Staffing Coordinator

This position will be responsible for assisting the human resource manager and coordinating the hourly staffing functions for Coquille Plywood and Coos Bay Shipping Terminal.
Key Responsibilities
Provides support to the human resource function
Reviews applications and resumes'
Screens applicants, including scheduling of appropriate assessments
Schedule interviews with applicants
Pre-employment reference checks
Schedule and track pre-employment background checks, post offer physicals, drug testing and plant tours
Maintain applicant hiring documentation as specified
Participates in new hire orientations (forms, policies, etc.)
Tracking of all new employee progress
Attends local job fairs and other recruiting activities
Uses all means available to communicate available jobs to community ties and employment agencies
Maintains plant manning levels to budgeted labor costs
Monitor Applicant Pool for admin recruitments, send out to hiring managers, respond with thank you letters as appropriate
Maintains part time employee list and disbursement of work
Maintains pool of applicants to attain complex hiring needs
Adheres to and supports safety policies and procedures
Other duties as assigned
Model company core values
Required Qualifications
High School diploma or GED
Minimum of 3 years' human resources experience
Excellent listening, written and oral communication skills
Must be a team player with team building skills
Excellent interpersonal skills
Maintain the highest ethical standards in dealing with confidential information
Ability to make decisions when under pressure
Excellent PC operation and experience (Word and Excel Spreadsheets, PowerPoint)
Proven leader and results driven
Good understanding of company hiring policies
Willing to expand education/training
Preferred Qualifications
Associates degree and 0-3 years of related human resources experience
Experience with recruiting and hiring processes
Coquille Plywood and Coos Bay Shipping Terminal, Human Resources
Reports To
Human Resources Manager

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