Admin to President's Assistant/Some HR Duties

Company Name:
Technology Professionals
Our client is a $40 million engineering firm serving the civil, architectural, environmental, construction, and surveying engineering sectors. They have thirteen offices in the southeast, one in the northeast, one in the southwest, a significant presence in the Caribbean, and are growing explosively due to the volume of work they do for some of America's largest corporations. They offer spectacular benefits, competitive salaries, and plenty of room for advancement and professional development. If you're looking for a stimulating environment where you will be empowered to attain professional growth, this could be the right opportunity for you.
The company has an immediate need for an Admin to the President's Assistant. This position involves about one third Human Resource related duties and a myriad of administrative tasks both related and unrelated to HR.
Ideal candidates would have the following qualifications and experience:
? A strong command of administrative duties (advanced documents and proposals, mailmerge, spreadsheets, etc.)
? Outstanding oral and written communication skills
? At least some basic experience and training in the human resources arena (knowledge of EEO, I-9's, W-4's, credentialing, etc.)
? Experience in advertising for open positions, resume review and parsing, new hire packet preparation, as well as the benefit administration aspect of HR would be helpful
? Computer literacy and knowledge of common software packages (Microsoft Suite, QuickBooks, etc.)
? Able to work with little supervision and comfortable dealing with executives at a high level
? A stable work history and the ability to pass a drug screen and background check
? Must be able to multi-task in a variety of venues all at the same time
This is a contract to direct hire position.

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