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Human Resources Administrator

The Human Resources Administrator is responsible for general administrative duties at a nonprofit organization.  Duties include HR functions, data entry and collection, intake support, project planning, and records retention.  The Human Resources Administrator is a full time position (40 Hours) with a full benefits package.  The position reports to the Office Manager.

Human Resources Duties:

  • Process payroll reports, coordinates Human Resources functions, provides employee benefits information, and employment verifications. Assists with new employee orientation, schedules open enrollment meetings for healthcare, provides updates on health insurance and retirement plans.
  • Maintain personnel records and documentation, processes personnel action forms, assists in updating Employee Handbook.
  • Maintain I-9 files for compliance.
  • Responsible for tracking volunteer hours for projects, programs and meetings.
  • Participates in weekly meetings or conference calls with accountant and financial staff.

General Administrative Duties:

  • Provide back up support for overflow volume in telephone/reception intake and creating contacts in Family Force.
  • Assist Office Manager with specific fund development duties, including annual campaign planning and mailings, special events, and other activities.
  • Under supervision of office manager, inventories and places orders for office supplies.
  • Assists with day to day processing of funds, donations received by mail and electronically, and through workplace giving.
  • Provide Survey Monkey data entry and evaluation activities.
  • Assist Office Manager with annual audit process, annual update of Business Continuity Plan and Financial Policies and Procedures.


  • Minimum of three years of Human Resources and general administrative experience.
  • Strict compliance with confidentiality and records retention requirements.
  • Proficiency in office technology applications and web based communications.
  • Excellent customer service and communication skills; uses appropriate language, grammar and spelling.
  • Dependable, well-organized, and adapts to a variety of assignments and tasks.
  • Accuracy, attention to detail.
  • Ability to work cooperatively and effectively with others.
  • High level of sensitivity to the needs of families of children with disabilities.

        Raising Special Kids values diversity in the workplace.  Qualified candidates are encouraged to apply by sending a resume to: 

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