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Service Advisor - Human Resources

Service Advisor - Human Resources

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US-NY-New York
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Band 52
Financial Operations & Treasurer (WS1220)
Systems & Svcs-PeopleLink Advisors

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Position Summary

*** Please note, this is a one year term assignment and is eligible for full-time benefits.


The Service Advisor-Human Resources will provide advice to clients through email and phone for questions related to Benefits, Payroll and HR policy. Acting as a subject matter expert, interface with NYU constituents to provide HR advisory support and service to both address on demand/urgent issues. Deliver detailed information around payroll matters and time entry, as well as provide clients with practical guidance through the HR management processes across the HR lifecycle. Work closely with management to assist in resolving more complex HR issues for clients. Work with school/unit representatives, University HR, Finance, and other central units (Benefits, Compensation, Employee Relations, TLOD, Applications, Payroll Operations, Budget, Finance, Academic Appointments, Risk Management, Equal Opportunity, Wasserman, Registrar, ITS, etc.) as a point of escalation for client inquiries related to Payroll and Time Entry. Resolve issues by analyzing information maintained in University systems. Have the discretion to create off-cycle requests when necessary due to pay adjustments or upon request by clients.



Required Education:
B.A. degree

Preferred Education:

Required Experience:
5+ years of experience with Payroll and HR Information Systems (HRIS), knowledge Benefits, HR and Compensation.

Preferred Experience:
5 years of experience within a functional area (i.e. HR, Benefits, Compensation and/or Payroll). Experience in Higher Education and/or a Shared Services environment

Required Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:
Must be fully committed to providing the highest level of customer service with excellent interpersonal, problem solving, and conflict resolution skills. Ability to quickly define the issue, accurately assess level of urgency, and efficiently resolve client inquiries and issues. Excellent written and verbal communication skills including public speaking. Must be able to work independently, collaborate with the team, and handle multiple tasks in a deadline driven environment.

Preferred Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:
Experience with HRIS and/or case management systems (Workday/ServiceNow), and Time and Attendance systems.

Additional Information

EOE/AA/Minorities/Females/Vet/Disabled/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity

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