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Human Resources Administrative Assistant

Job Description JOIN OUR FUN-EMPLOYED FAMILY! This is a GREAT opportunity to SHINE the spotlight on your ORGANIZATIONAL skills!!! Come join the ranks of the FUN-employed at Historic Tours of America Job Summary The HR Administrative Assistant assists the HR Manager with the pre-employment process, new hire on-boarding, preparing and processing personnel data and records, and process bi-weekly payroll. This position is responsible for answering the phone, data entry, scanning, creating files, filing, processing paperwork, and other clerical duties to support the business unit in a busy office environment. CASTmember Benefits All FT Employees are eligible for paid vacation time as well as company sponsored health and wellness plans All FT, PT and Seasonal employees are eligible for: Paid sick time 401K plan with company matching Eligibility requirements must apply Flexible schedules, including a combination of weekdays and weekends are available Fun, upbeat work environment with various award and recognition celebrations throughout the year Discounts in retail stores and free admission to all company attractions Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Knowledge of office equipment, practices and systems with basic computer skills Demonstrate accurate typing speed of 40 to 45 words per minute Ability to perform on-your-feet routine physical activity Ability to sit for long periods of times Ability to work independently over long periods of time within the scope of established rules and regulations to satisfy the needs of our guests Ability to read, write and speak fluent English in order to communicate with fellow CASTmembers and the general public Ability to work flexible shifts, including days, evenings, weekends and holidays Ability to lift up to 40 pounds Qualifications High school graduate or equivalent preferred Prior experience in clerical, secretarial, or business administration preferred Successful candidate must undergo a drug test and a background search

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