Human Resources Generalist
20001581 Requisition #
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The Human Resources Generalist will play a key role in the
foundation of a new service model that will support UT Health San
Antonio's (UTHSA) strategic goals by refining and improving our HR
processes to position us for future growth and success. There are
multiple new positions that will support all HR functions and
provide expertise to departments in our Long School of Medicine,
School of Nursing, and Vice President areas. The HR Generalist is a
dedicated resource to administer policies, programs, and processes
for talent acquisition, compensation, employee relations, benefits,
and learning and development.
+ Serves as the primary liaison to communicate changes to HR
policies and programs.
+ Responsible for the end-to-end management of transactions by
initiating, tracking, and closing actions in the Human Capital
Management (HCM) system. Transactions include, but are not limited
to percent effort actions, supplemental payments, leaves of
absence, entering approved changes in funding, position
creation/modification, terminations, and salary changes.
+ Confirms transaction completeness, accuracy, and compliance
with UT Health San Antonio's (UTHSA) and department policies and
procedures. Provide prompt feedback to unit employees when
additional information is required.
+ Responds to phone, email, in-person, and online inquiries to
provide information related to HR processes and practices.
+ Addresses routine employee relations issues and escalates to
HR Partner when necessary. Supports investigations by documenting
issues and gathering information.
+ Participates in client department meetings to confirm service
expectations and to anticipate upcoming needs.
Bachelor's degree is required.
Three (3) years of applicable experience is required.
+ PHR certification
+ Experience in an academic healthcare setting
UT Health San Antonio is an equal employment opportunity and
affirmative action employer. It is our policy to promote and ensure
equal employment opportunity for all individuals without regard to
race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual
orientation, disability, or veteran status.