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HRIS Administrator

An excellent career opportunity is currently available for an HRIS Administrator.  This exciting opportunity is in a high growth environment where you will utilize your technical and administrative experience to support compliance, reporting, and administrative processes of the People Experience (PeopleX) department.

Aires (www.aires.com) has been providing best-in-class relocation management services for over 30 years and is a recognized industry leader in delivering high quality relocation and assignment management services to leading corporations.

We Have…

  • An award-winning technology platform, built in-house, that aligns with the future state of Global Mobility
  • A financially stable organization with a history of 15%-20% organic annual growth
  • A competitive compensation, a high internal promotion rate and a full benefits package including a 401K match

Responsibilities:

  • Serves as a backup for payroll processing
  • Assists with weekly administration of timecards
  • Enters new hire data & employee address changes into HRIS systems
  • Monitors onboarding process: administering Navigator program, ordering name plates, adding e-learnings in Compass, and auditing checklists to ensure compliance
  • Maintains performance management database
  • Maintains compliance of I-9 administration and E-Verify
  • Files application & processes invoices for WEDNetPA (Workforce and Economic Development Network of Pennsylvania)
  • Prepares & communicates daily attendance reports
  • Processes benefit invoices
  • Prepares termination packets & enters COBRA enrollments
  • Assists with recruitment process: posting positions, conducting phone screens, scheduling interviews, gathering job fair materials, and preparing offer letters
  • Manages PeopleX department page on employee intranet site - 2019 Project: Revamp Page
  • Reconciles monthly PeopleX credit card statements
  • Maintains employee records & other filing – PeopleX Team
  • Administers service recognition program
  • Administers DiSC profiles & reporting as needed
  • Prepares and communicates new hire bios
  • Adds & removes badge photos from all necessary systems

Qualifications:

  • Associate or Bachelor’s Degree preferred, but not required
  • 1-2 years’ experience in an HRIS or related role
  • Advanced level in MS Office skills, particularly in Microsoft Excel (Sorting/Filtering, Formatting, Formulas, VLOOKUPs, Pivot Tables, Mail Merge and Word)
  • Excellent process and system skills
  • Proficiency with numbers and strong attention to detail
  • Familiar with HRIS systems; capable of administering backend programming with training and user guides
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Demonstrated ability to handle and maintain confidential information

 

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