Randstad HR Administrator in Oakland, California
salary:$24 - $35 per hour
date posted:Thursday, December 6, 2018
One of the top companies to work for in the Bay Area, our employee owned Construction and Development company is seeking a HR Administrator for the Oakland office. This will be part of a team of three working directly under the Regional HR Manager for Northern California. If you are detail-oriented, a strong communicator, and have a passion and interest in Human Resources, this could be the perfect opportunity to launch your career!
location: Oakland, California
job type: Contract
salary: $24 - 35 per hour
work hours: 9 to 5
education: No Degree Required
experience: 2 Years
Entering employee and other data into Workday
Ordering equipment for new hires
Coordinating and supporting new hire orientation
Posting open jobs in Workday, coordinating interviews
Communicating with various assigned employee groups, acting as the liaison between employee groups and Human Resources
About you: detail-oriented, strong communicator, not afraid to ask questions, prompt with follow up, accurate, enjoy working with other people
2+ years experience in an Administrative/Project Management role
Experience with Workday is a plus, prior experience working with an HRIS system is highly preferred
Bachelor's Degree is preferred but not required
For immediate and confidential consideration, please email Antonio.Ang@randstadusa.com and include a copy of your resume.
skills: MS Office
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