Coordinator, Human Resources

Company Name:
Motion Picture Association of America, Inc.
The Human Resources Coordinator is responsible for carrying out several tasks supporting many Human Resources (HR) functional areas, including recruitment, employee benefits, legal compliance, on-boarding, employee engagement, and maintaining employee records. This position will interact with managers and employees to support various HR programs globally. This position requires a positive, passionate, self-starter with a "let's get things done" attitude and willingness to go above and beyond.
The incumbent must be extremely organized and able to effectively juggle multiple tasks and assignments simultaneously. This position primarily reports to the Manager, Human Resources, and at times the Vice President, Human Resources.
Key Responsibilities
Provide administrative support to the HR team, which includes assisting in the coordination of employee benefits-related matters, handling employee and manager questions related to company policies and procedures, and maintaining confidential employee information, records and files.
Manage and enhance the new employee orientation program, including the coordination of new hire and benefit orientation programs and the creation and distribution of new hire materials.
Provide benefit administration support by processing new enrollments, terminations, mid-year changes, open enrollment elections and invoice payments.
Assist the Talent Acquisition function with various administrative tasks such as coordinating interviews, managing data in the ADP System, placing online job postings and ensuring the completion of applications and background screenings.
Ensure department compliance and organization with the proper creation and maintenance of employee personnel files.
Support the administration of employee recognition activities, such as the tenure award recognition program.
Assist in the administration of Workers Compensation claims and leaves of absence.
Maintains Association employee directory and Organization charts.
Work closely with human resources team to enhance knowledge and understanding of employment law, HR practices and procedures and areas of interest.
Maintain compliance with federal and state regulations concerning employment, including that all legal requirements for equal employment and compliance are met by monitoring changing laws and by implementing necessary practices/programs to ensure compliance.
Other duties as assigned.
Education and Experience Requirements
Bachelor's degree in Human Resources or related field.
No less than 3 years of experience with competence in recruitment, onboarding/offboarding, leave of absence and benefit administration.
Current experience with ADP strongly preferred.
Essential Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Must possess the highest level of work ethics and integrity.
Exhibit professional etiquette with proven ability to handle confidential information.
Ability to develop and maintain positive and professional relationships with managers and employees, with a focus on delivering exceptional customer service.
Must possess a high level of judgment and discretion.
Strong knowledge of labor laws.
Acute attention to detail, well-organized & demonstrated ability to prioritize multiple-tasks and achieve desired results within set deadlines.
Cooperative attitude with team-oriented disposition with the ability to work independently.
Ability to manage multiple competing priorities while demonstrating ability to remain flexible and adaptable in a changing work environment.
Ability to effectively communicate and collaborate effectively with a diverse range of people and job functions, including written and verbal communications.
Proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Outlook.

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