The HR Coordinator is responsible for providing support to the Human Resources function. This includes employee data entry and file maintenance, recruiting + onboarding, responding to employee questions, and general administrative support to HR and internal teams. This person will help in coordinating certain company-wide office services and related activities.



  • Provide assistance to the HR Department for new employee orientation.
  • Create offer letters and maintain employee files for OBE’s sister staffing agency (On Brand Staffing).
  • Conduct background checks and assist with the onboarding process; follow up with new hires on open items.
  • Prepare schedules for timesheet configuration.
  • Provide payroll and HR with information needed on projects/people hired for each pay period to ensure all people that worked were processed by payroll.
  • Assist with recruiting efforts and management of the ATS; pre-screen candidates and schedule interviews as needed.
  • Assist with HR and companywide Diversity Equity & Inclusion commitments and initiatives.


  • Assist in planning and hosting office, department and company events (in-person/virtual).
  • Coordinate employee rewards and recognition.
  • Meet or exceed deadlines on special projects, as assigned
  • Provide administrative support to OBE staff as needed, such as for expense reports, client requests, etc. 
  • Support the purchase of office supplies, furniture and office equipment, as assigned



Associates or Bachelor's degree in Human Resources or related field and HR Certifications preferred.


  • Minimum 1-2 years as a HR coordinator or HR Assistant supporting an extremely fast paced HR department
  • Recruiting and DE&I experience preferred


  • Excellent interpersonal and verbal/written communication skills
  • Strong Computer skills:  Microsoft Office, (including PowerPoint, Excel, Word and Outlook)
  • Working knowledge of databases and excel spreadsheets; project management software a plus
  • Strong attention to detail and high level of accuracy in all work
  • Ability to work under pressure with strong time management skills
  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills
  • Strong decision-making skills with the ability to execute in a timely manner
  • Ability to work independently and to drive assigned projects
  • Experience with ATS (i.e. Greenhouse) preferred


  • Strong skills in office administration, planning and effective organization, and meeting deadlines
  • Maintain confidentiality in performing certain duties, be respectful, flexible, and demonstrate sound work ethics
  • Customer service oriented attitude to all assigned duties
  • Willingness to work from the office as needed (following CDC and DOH guidelines)

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