Human Resources Coordinator
Reports to: VP, HR & Organizational Development (OD)
We’re looking to hire a Coordinator for our Human Resources team. You’ll provide project and general administrative support to the HR team. Also, you’ll be the face of the HR department, interacting with a variety of staff at all levels.
In an average week, you can expect to:
- Support the VP, HR & OD in an administrative capacity, along with special projects.
- Partner with the HR Associate in conducting New Hire Orientation.
- Support benefits, employment, and recruitment process.
- Manage the 120-day review process.
What success looks like:
- After 60 days, you’ll know the team and how we work together, along with your daily duties.
- After 120 days, you’ll be helping to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of our department by make suggestions on processes and thinking outside the box.
You must have:
- College degree in a related field such as: Human Resources, Human Organizational Development, or Business Administration.
- Two to three (2-3) years’ of administrative office experience, previous human resources experience preferred, or equivalent combination of experience and education.
- Excellent interpersonal skills with a customer service orientation and ability to produce high quality work.
- Strong communication, organizational and problem-solving skills.
You should have:
- HRIS experience.
- Interest in public broadcasting and the non-profit sector.
Founded in 1961, WETA is Washington, DC’s leading public broadcasting station. As a PBS and NPR member, we not only serve the DC metro area with our local programming and classical radio station, but also the nation with Washington Week, PBS NewsHour, and our partnerships with Ken Burns and Henry Louis Gates, Jr.
Our staff comes from very diverse backgrounds, but we all have one thing in common; we believe in our mission and the service we provide to the public.
WETA is an equal employment opportunity employer. WETA does not discriminate against employees or applications on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, age, national origin, citizenship status, disability, medical condition, genetic predisposition or carrier status, military or veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status or any other characteristic protected by applicable local, state or federal law.