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Reporting to the Mailman School of Public Health/ICAP Director, Human Resources (HR), the temporary Human Resources Generalist is responsible for providing day-to-day guidance to the ICAP New York on a range of HR-related activities including full cycle recruitment, on-boarding, performance management, promotions, professional development and staff retention. The incumbent will provide high level customer service to all colleagues, regardless of their location.
- Manages the recruitment effort for all exempt and nonexempt personnel, and temporary employees.
- Grants hiring managers temporary access to Columbia University recruitment systems (JAC/RAPS) and shares email submissions for country office-based positions
- Screens CVs and resumes and issues interview recommendations to hiring managers that best match the position description
- Collaborates with the Director of HR to develop competitive salary offers and ensures the required background clearances are received prior to candidate’s start date
- Oversees management of all internal HR/personnel records and ensures the timely submission of Personnel Action Forms to MSPH
- Collaborates with employees to identify relevant professional development opportunities that are aligned and integrated within the organization’s strategic vision
- Develops and maintains ICAP NY organization charts and salary rosters
- Maintains absolute confidentiality and sensitivity in all HR-related matters.
- Completes special projects and performs other related duties as assigned
- Requires a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in education, training and experience, plus four years of related experience.
MINIMUM REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS, EXPERIENCE, AND SKILLS
- 4+ years of progressive and successful HR experience within multi-cultural non-governmental organizations, academic institutions, private foundations or the international corporations
- Ability to prioritize work related demands and meet deadlines
- Demonstrated experience working independently with minimal supervision
- Strong negotiation skills with the ability to establish and maintain professional working relationships
- High level and effective interpersonal and communication skills both oral and written
- Demonstrated proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office Suite (especially Word, Excel and PowerPoint)
PREFERRED EXPERIENCE AND OTHER SKILLS
- 2+ years of HR experience within an international development or humanitarian relief organization and recruitment/retention under United States Government-funded grants and contracts
- Knowledge of Columbia University HR-related systems (e.g., JAC, RAPS, Peoplesoft and PAC) or other common HRIS systems or platforms
- Advanced degree in Human Resources Management or Public Administration related fields
- PHR, GPHR, SHRM-CP Certification
About the Organization
ICAP was founded in 2003 at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health. Now a global leader with expertise in HIV prevention, care and treatment, and health systems strengthening, ICAP provides technical assistance and implementation support to governments and non-governmental organizations in more than 30 countries. ICAP has supported work at more than 5,300 health facilities around the world. More than 2.5 million people have received HIV care through ICAP-supported programs and nearly 1.4 million have begun antiretroviral therapy. Visit ICAP online at: icap.columbia.edu