The HR Generalist will work with CUMC HR and Academic Affairs, Immigration Affairs as well as NYPH Medical Staff and Nursing Credentialing offices to resolve issues and to ensure timely processing of new hire appointments, reappointments and other related transactions. S/he will assist with the orientation of new faculty and staff.
Reporting to the Human Resources Director and to the HR Manager of Operations in Neurology, the HR Generalist will be responsible for assisting in the coordination of the day-to-day Human Resource and Academic Affairs related functions of the Department, including but not limited to compiling, reviewing and processing HR and academic affairs related transaction paperwork; coordinating new hire appointments and reappointments, termination and related processes for faculty and staff; reviewing editing and posting faculty and staff position advertisements in the University systems as well as.
The incumbent will also be responsible for tracking and ensuring compliance with respect to I-9 processing, annual trainings, annual medical surveillance, visa status and other regulatory matters. In addition, the HR Generalist will prepare vacation summaries for Officers and SSA employees, including monitoring the timely submission of time sheets. Responsible for processing payroll for Service Corp. and casual employeesassisting with recruitment for such positions and managing the casual temporary employee-hiring process and short-term visitors paperwork.
Requires a bachelor's degree or equivalent in education, training and experience plus 2 years of related experience.
Possess excellent interpersonal skills, oral and written communication skills; ability to prioritize assignments. Must be detail-oriented while able to handle multiple tasks.
Equal Opportunity Employer / Disability / Veteran
Columbia University is committed to the hiring of qualified local residents.
Internal Number: 515159
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