Human Resources Assistant - Compensation

Human Resources
Work Hours
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Hours Per 2-Week Pay Period
80 Hours
Weekend Requirements
Weekends and holidays as scheduled


The Human Resources Assistant for Compensation performs multiple tasks, including assisting employees and retirees, maintaining HRIS.  Creates, organizes and maintains records and databases and is responsible for information reporting.  The Human Resources Assistant for Compensation primarily supports  the functional area of Human Resources in compensation/HRIS. 



  1. Provides front desk coverage, receives incoming phone calls and customers to division, responds accurately to questions or redirects as appropriate.
  2. Maintains employee files, name badges and other general systems.
  3. Continuously improves systems to ensure efficient work flow completing work by established due dates.
  4. Works independently on special projects.


  1. Maintains employee information in the HRIS database and performs audits.  (i.e., new hires, out of title, pay adjustments, biographic, tax and position changes.)
  2. Answers staff inquiries regarding hospital compensation programs.
  3. Maintains and advances knowledge of Workforce Central, HRIS, Word, Excel and other appropriate computer software programs to create reports and respond to inquiries.
  4. Completes employee verification of wage requests, unemployment insurance, leave of absence and EEOC Report.
  5. Completes procesess related to union contracts.  This includes annual salary and step increases, probation, PTO/PBT Cash Out, NYSNA Sick Time Cash Out, longevity bonus and union dues.
  6. Maintains, verifies and updates all professional licenses and certification.
  7. Prepares reports to conform to union contracts such as semi-annual seniority posting, biographic information and employee change requests.
  8. Provides time and attendance training as well as assistance to management.
  9. Other duties as assigned.


  1. High school diploma with two years of relevant compensation, accounting or related experience is required.  Associates degree preferred.
  2. Experience in the use of personal computer; proficiency in word, excel, spreadsheets and database management. 
  3. Must have excellent interpersonal, communication and customer service skills. 
  4. Must be highly organized, service and detail oriented and able to maintain confidentiality.
  5. Must have ability to set priorities, multi-tasking and work independently with minimum supervision


As applicable, the individual has training/competency in attending to the special needs and/or behaviors appropriate to the age of the patients for which care is being provided.


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