Position Summary Welcome visitors and provide administrative support to the HR department.
Basic receptionist duties
Ensure that visitors and callers to the HR Department are greeted and directed to the appropriate person in HR for support or guidance
Provide administrative support to HR Recruiters in recruiting strategies and tactics, and to the department, as needed
Learn and oversee the required on-boarding paperwork and procedures for new staff, which may include issuance of ID and facility access badges
Establish and maintain legally-sound job files for all recruitment activity, ensuring that all HR files are properly maintained and expunged as required
A deep and growing walk with the Lord Jesus that includes your personal spiritual growth and the ability to support others in their spiritual growth
Embrace the vision, mission, and core values of JAARS
Excellent organization and communication skills with all levels of staff
Flexible, team-oriented professional, willing and ready to provide administrative support for all recruiting and on-boarding aspects of JAARS Internship Program, with a long-term interest in JAARS future recruiting initiatives, strategies, and goals
A proactive, efficient, can-do, goal-oriented work style that can negotiate, yet also quickly adapt to ever-changing HR priorities; comfortable with periodic interruptions based on needs and requests
Ability or willingness to learn HR consultation to managers on all aspects of recruitment: position description design, sourcing, interviewing, offer negotiation to external hires and JAARS internal transfer invitation process
Proven computer skills and experience, preferably in Google Suite and Microsoft Office suite
Knowledge of and ability to stay concurrent with employment law to ensure compliance with JAARS commitment to EEO policies is preferred
There are nearly 600 million people in the world with little or no access to Scripture in the language they know best, their heart language. JAARS is here to do something about that.
JAARS makes Bible translation and language development possible, especially in the most remote and difficult places on earth. We do that by enabling locally-appropriate and sustainable solutions in transportation, technology, media, and training.
We need more staff to make in possible. Of those who work at the JAARS Center in Waxhaw, N.C., 50% are volunteers either short- or long-term, full- or part-time, and of all ages and training backgrounds. Missionaries and a few paid personnel round out the staff.
Consider becoming part of our team that impacts people for eternity by helping give them God’s Word!