Entry Level HR Positions Titles

1. HR Intern:
– Fixed-term role supporting HR with administrative tasks like screening calls, data entry, scheduling interviews, and assisting in employee onboarding.

2. HR Assistant:
– Supports HR departments through administrative tasks related to employee records, recruitment, and general HR functions.

3. HR Coordinator:
– Assists in managing HR activities, including recruitment, employee onboarding, and provides administrative support for smooth HR operations.

4. HR Associate:
– Performs tasks such as maintaining employee records, supporting onboarding, entering employee time, and assisting with HR training materials.

5. Recruitment Coordinator:
– Organizes and coordinates various aspects of the recruitment process, including scheduling interviews and providing administrative support to the recruitment team.

6. Talent Acquisition Coordinator:
– Facilitates and coordinates the end-to-end recruitment process, including candidate sourcing, interview scheduling, and supporting talent acquisition efforts.

7. Diversity and Inclusion Coordinator:
– Supports initiatives fostering a culture of diversity and inclusion, and handles employee reporting of potential issues or violations.

8. Benefits Administrator:
– Manages and administers employee benefits programs, ensuring employees understand and receive their benefits packages.

9. HR Generalist:
– Handles a wide range of HR functions, including employee relations, recruitment, benefits administration, and policy implementation.

10. HR Support Specialist:
– Assists with recruitment, onboarding, and guides employees with general HR questions.

11. HR Compliance Coordinator:
– Assists in maintaining compliance with labor laws, posts requirements, conducts training, and communicates key regulations to managers and the workforce.

12. Employee Engagement Coordinator:
– Develops and administers engagement initiatives and programs, particularly in the area of career development.

13. HRIS Analyst:
– Manages HR data, develops and runs reports, and ensures data integrity, including payroll, compensation, and personal confidential data.

14. Compensation Analyst:
– Conducts market research on salary data, consults on merit increases, promotions, and bonuses, and performs compensation compliance audits as needed.

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