Friday, April 26, 2019

Human Resources Assistant

Human Resources Assistant


$41,140 - $51,440 a year
Announcement Number:
19-26

Court:
Middle District of Florida

City, State:
Orlando, FL

Court Website:
http://www.flmd.uscourts.gov

Permanent Position:
Permanent

Job Grade:
CL 25

Minimum Salary:
$41,140

Maximum Salary:
$51,440
Position Description
The Human Resources Assistant is responsible for providing personnel-related support to all court employees in the Middle District of Florida. This position is located in the District Court Clerk's Office in Orlando. The Human Resources Assistant reports to the Director of Human Resources. Occasional travel is required.
Representative Duties
Assists with processing a variety of personnel documents and payroll actions including appointments, promotions, separations, terminations, within-grade-increases, and insurance elections.
Assists with drafting vacancy and promotional announcements. Ensures that positions are advertised in accord with clerk’s office procedures. Assists with creating job descriptions for new positions. Reviews applications and routes qualified applicants.
Tracks employees’ due dates for promotions, performance evaluations, and within-grade-increases, and advises supervisors of same.
Conducts new employee orientation and exit interviews.
Provides information to employees about personnel-related forms, leave (including the Voluntary Leave Sharing Program), CSRS and FERS retirement, disability retirement (CSRS and FERS), workers’ compensation, Federal Employees Health Insurance Program (FEHB), Federal Employees Group Life Insurance Program (FEGLI), and other personnel functions.
Establishes and maintains a variety of personnel-related files, including individual personnel records
and standard personnel and payroll forms.
Maintains statistics for and assists human resource director with completion of annual Equal Employment Opportunity reports.
Receives, screens, and routes incoming mail directed to the Human Resources Department. Acts upon matters as authorized. Receives telephone calls and personal visitors. Answers routine inquiries and provides assistance to the public relating to employment in all court support units and judges’ chambers.
Maintains strict confidentiality of personnel information.
Qualification
Requirements include a minimum of three (3) years of progressively responsible administrative experience which demonstrates the particular knowledge, skills, and abilities to successfully perform the above-listed duties of this position. Applicants should present a professional demeanor, be detailoriented, analytical, possess excellent verbal and written communications skills, strong office and organizational skills, and solid computer skills. Familiarization with Excel and Microsoft Word for Windows is preferred.