Regional Campus: Rutgers University-New Brunswick
Posting Number: 17ST2185
Job Type: Full Time
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey is seeking a Human Capital Management Specialist I for University Human Resources. Reports to the Manager, Human Capital Management. Serves as a resource and assists in the administration of salary/compensation programs and actions for approximately 29,000 faculty and staff.
Initiates, calculates, reviews, completes data input, and implements individual salary and data actions for faculty and staff from hire through termination.
Reviews documentation for compliance with federal and state regulations, university policy, and bargaining units' contracts.
Troubleshoots clients' salary, payroll, and access issues; resolves problems; and provides customer service with clear, thoughtful, and considerate responses to salary related inquiries.
Inputs data and ensures that all compensation/salary/status actions are processed accurately.
Collaborates with the Payroll Department to complete weekly payroll processing.
Monitors workflow to ensure the completion of tasks within deadlines.
Maintains and updates all databases and programs needed to execute the actions and track and report on activities. Researches, analyzes, and provides internal and external reporting; participates in the development and implementation of training for clients; and assists with formal and ad hoc total compensation, salary, and HR benchmarking reporting.
Assists with coordinating and processing contract implementations, merit implementations, and other mass implementations.
Ensures good customer service and the confidentiality of work, databases, and communications.
Reviews, updates, and creates new procedures for work and to preserve confidentiality of work.
Runs reports, tracks data, reviews, and works to ensure accurate implementations within deadlines.
Completes special projects as assigned.
Home Location Campus: Cook (RU-New Brunswick)
Preferred Qualifications:Experience with MS Access, MS PowerPoint, and PeopleSoft Human Capital Management systems, and with university HR and payroll processing is preferred.
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Requires effective data entry, analytical, mathematical, statistical, problem solving, organizational, interpersonal, communication, collaborative, and client service skills; attention to detail; flexibility; the abilities to: follow direction; understand and apply contract terms and federal and state laws; set priorities; meet deadlines; research; create action plans; work independently, collaboratively, and within a team; and maintain confidentiality. Also requires computer literacy to include Internet and web-based systems and demonstrated proficiency in Microsoft (MS) Excel and Word.
Department: University Human Resources
Special Conditions: There are multiple openings for this position.