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Talent Management Coordinator

Summary
The Talent Management Coordinator is an integral role supporting the business partner and talent management function, and contributes to the overall success of the team by providing a high level of customer service, administrative support, and project coordination throughout the talent management process. The Coordinator will assist in creating and maintaining a positive customer focused experience throughout the life cycle of the team member. The Coordinator is responsible for timely and accurately scheduling meetings, coordinating and maintaining dashboards, employee relations logs, and supporting termination transactions and the processing of new job descriptions and/or organizational charts. While reporting to the Director of Talent Management you will be supporting the efforts of the Talent Management team and working within a cohesive team environment.
This position will require you to develop an understanding of the talent management processes for employee relations management, processing and monitoring job descriptions, managing spreadsheets, dashboards, scheduling, and coordination of team assignments, meetings, company policy administration, and other related activities in support of the Talent Management (TM) team.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities
Assist in the coordination and administration of routine, TM transactions.
Assist with Job Description creation, process, and status management.
Schedule meetings. Arrange travel and lodging, and support processing reimbursements, when needed.
Maintain professional relationships with Casino and Tribal business departments.
Provide administrative support to the Director of Talent Management and the Talent Management team.
Prepare termination paperwork and status management of terminations.
Assist in the coordination of meetings during phases of action planning, performance management, calibration, and employee related matters with team members.
Manage relationships with external vendors and support processing of invoices.
Conduct searches/sourcing for employee related matters, as tasked.
Generate reports related to your work and the work of your team members at a defined cadence.
Professionally interface with departments throughout the casino and tribal organization.
Prepare (i.e., copies, handouts, PowerPoint presentation) and assist during team member related presentations or events (e.g., working with IT, scheduling and making accommodations for vendors, and catering).
Perform other duties as assigned.
Education/Experience/Qualifications
High School Diploma or GED required
6 months to 1 year of experience in an administrative role, preferably with an HR-focus.
Ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks with deadlines.
Demonstrated ability to solve problems while exhibiting sound judgment.
Comfortable with change and ability to adapt quickly.
Ability to manage a sometimes unpredictable workload.
Polished and professional presentation and communication style; capable of communicating complex content in a succinct manner in-person, over the phone, and through written correspondence.
Ability to guide processes to closure. Attention to detail, high level of prioritization and organizational skills in a fast paced, high-volume environment.
Strong grasp of Microsoft Suite ? with focus on Outlook, Word, Power Point and Excel required.
Internet research skills required.
Social media savvy especially LinkedIn.
Excellent desk/computer/workflow organizational skills.
Preferred Qualifications
Bachelor's degree preferred.
Internship and/or 1 to 2 years of experience in a role in HR, project, or program coordination, or a role involving data entry.
Experience with an applicant tracking system or CRM. Experience or knowledge of the Recruiting process.
Certificates/Licenses/Registrations
At the discretion of the San Manuel Tribal Gaming Commission you may be required to obtain and maintain a gaming license.
San Manuel Band of Mission Indians and San Manuel Casino will make reasonable accommodations in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.



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