Human Resources Representative

Company Name:
Taylor Corporation
Do you thrive onnewgrowthopportunities, value collaboration and hard work, and believe there is always a better way to serve customers? Navitor is the place for you! Navitor is a leader in the dynamic print industry, and we are looking for candidates with the talent and experience to become a part of our company. Join our team of experts who are redefining what's possible in the printing industry.
As aHuman Resources Representativewith NavitorInc.,you will provide administrative HR support related to general HR topics by applying your general knowledge of HR topics such as recruitment and staffing, personnel records, employee relations, benefits, and training. You will maintain employee records for timely access based on compliance standards. You will process various forms related to documenting human resources activities such as new-hire, change-of-status, performance evaluations, benefits, terminations, etc. This position will conduct new-hire orientations, conduct employee exit interviews; coordinate recurring employee programs (i.e. open enrollment, work anniversaries, health/wellness initiatives) and tally general statistics including headcount tracking. You may assist in preparing pre-employment screenings & writing job descriptions as well as facilitating employee trainings as well as being a point of contact for some HR related topics.
High school diploma or equivalent.
Minimum one to three years' experience in a related field required.
Ability to communicate effectively through written and oral communication with employees, department representatives, vendors and customers in a courteous, professional and timely manner.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Outlook, Excel, Word, PowerPoint).
Strong administrative, organizational, multi-tasking and problem-solving skills.
Must be able to work in a fast-paced, multi-faceted environment.
Must be a team player with a solution oriented approach.

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