Job Requisition Number: 26258. Central Human Resources is valued as UC Berkeley’s proactive people partner while utilizing the following HR Strategies:
One HR: • Bring clarity and efficiency to HR processes and structures through cross-team collaboration and transparent communication.
People: • Use development opportunities beyond training to create deeper engagement, higher trust and better performance.
Culture: • Apply Berkeley brand to developing a shared “enterprise contributor” mindset among all employees.
Recruiting Operations: •Manage, update and complete recruitment tickets in a timely fashion. •Plan, direct and coordinate the delivery of a variety of employment services to the Berkeley campus, which includes requisition review and approval, advertising coordination and recommendation, human resources management system trouble shooting and customer service to hiring department and applicants for the campus. •Assist and partner with Talent Acquisition peers on recruitment issues and client requests. •Maintain high quality, consistent service to campus clients. •Conducts advertising campaigns and places employment ads in publications and internet sources. •Produce unit’s reports measuring metrics in the areas of employment activity for the campus. •Draft offer letters and employment contracts. •Draft Job posting and advertising materials.
Recruitment: •Sources, screens, interviews and recommends candidates for multiple levels of positions in the organization, including professional •Work in a highly collaborative manner with others across the organization, external contacts of significance, and members of campus management.
Training and Development: •Facilitation of workshops and various events sponsored by Central Human Resources. •Deliver job search preparation workshops. •Active liaison and presenter for Manager/Supervisor training program that impacts campus supervisors. •Evaluate and measure all training results; modify training programs as needed.
Project Management: •Serve as project manager on various program and events sponsored by Central Human Resources such as job fairs, networking and diversity and inclusion events. •Conduct research and analyzes data on assigned projects. •Assist with data, metrics and analytics associated with Recruitment programs such as Diversity and Outreach.•Experience in recruitment, screening, interviewing and referral process. •Requires knowledge of diversity outreach initiatives, strategic networking, and community partnership development. •Intermediate knowledge of employment law •Experience providing effective customer service and follow-through in a high volume work environment, including listening to customer needs, responding appropriately in a timely manner, resolving complaints, and balancing workload and customer needs. •Must have skills associated with conducting needs assessment, providing input on candidate selection, problem solving, effective communication and interpersonal skills. •Effective training, facilitation and presentation skills for diverse audiences including staff professional development and external outreach. •Well-versed in use of online social networking venues such as LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter to support clients’ networking activities. •Bachelor's Degree and/or equivalent experience or training. • This position is classified as an Employment Representative 2 (7747U). • 100% FTE • Career appointment
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