Provides administrative support to HR personnel including but not limited to the Director of Human Resources, Hiring Managers, Benefits Specialist and Benefits Coordinator. Responsibilities including but are not limited to: data entry, generates reports, maintains record keeping systems including assuring accurate maintenance of the human resources files. Completes reports from payroll system as necessary. Coordinates all for personnel files including but not limited to internal and external audits. Inputs all new hires and status changes forms into the Payroll System. Responsible for assuring HR files are scanned and stored as necessary and order files as necessary. Provides coverage for other HR Assistant including coverage of front desk/reception area on a regular basis. Completes various background checks for new hires including State Central Registry checks (requires a valid NYS drivers license to perform this responsibility).
Any combination of education and experience in human resources. Required experience: Must have excellent computer skills, exceptional knowledge of various computer programs including but not limited to Word, Excel, Access and Outlook. Must be able to easily and independently learn to input information into various data bases associated human resources; read, analyze, and interpret policies, procedures and regulations; effectively communicate human resource policies and procedure to employees. Must be able to write reports and business correspondence internally and externally; effectively present information and respond to questions from people receiving services, their families, employee’s and other service providers as well as the general public in person, in writing and by phone. Must have experience working with ADP payroll system or similar payroll system required; be able to independently run reports and queries from ADP.
Over 40 years ago a group of loving families in the Brockport area shared a common vision for an organization that would allow their children with intellectual and developmental disabilities to live with the highest possible level of independence. This dream started to become a reality when Lifetime opened its first day treatment program, serving 32 people in November 1978.
Today, thanks to the generous support of a great many people throughout Western New York, Lifetime Assistance serves over 1,800 people every day at over 70 sites. Lifetime provides a full spectrum of individualized services to help children and adults with developmental disabilities reach their maximum potential by promoting independence, dignity and respect for individuals with disabilities.
Lifetime Assistance provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, disability or genetics or any other lawfully protected classes.Apply for this job online