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Human Resources Assistant

Company: LC Staffing
Location: Manhattan
Posted on: January 16, 2022

Job Description:

Human Resources AssistantA Bozeman firm is seeking a Human Resources Assistant to be a part of their nationwide team that provides retirement and benefits counseling for federal government employees.Human Resources Assistant DutiesAnswering and routing incoming calls into the Benefits Service CenterPerform Records Request to Various Agencies and OrganizationsSupport the Preparation and Completion of Retirement PackagesSupport Incoming and Outgoing Correspondence and Telephone Inquiries Between Employees and the Benefits Service CenterEnter cases into ticket tracking systemSupport Personnel Actions ProcessingSupport Benefits Team Manager in Duties as AssignedHuman Resources Assistant Experience / QualificationsMinimum high school diploma or equivalent requiredAdditional experience and/or education in the human resources field is desirable but not requiredReliable and dependableEnergetic self-starter with excellent organizational and interpersonal skillsExemplary communication skills and can communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writingAbility to maintain confidentiality of recordsAbility to learn computer software programs; enter and maintain accurate data and statistical informationProficient in Microsoft Outlook, Word, ExcelPass a background checkSchedule40 hours per week, Monday to FridayHuman Resources Assistant CompensationSalary: $41,000 a yearFull medical, dental, and vision insuranceAll federal holidays off!Get in touch! Call or text 406-582-8795 for Reid in our Bozeman LC Staffing Office.37900

Keywords: LC Staffing, Billings , Human Resources Assistant, Human Resources , Manhattan, Montana

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