The Supreme Court of Ohio is seeking to fill the position of HR/Fiscal Specialist in the Office of Human Resources. The successful candidate will provide high-level customer service and coordinate, monitor, and perform a variety of administrative fiscal control and human resources activities for the Supreme Court of Ohio and its affiliate courts and divisions.
What's in it for you:
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What you will do:
• Answers phones, directs callers, and greets visitors. This includes daily interaction with the staff members of the Supreme Court of Ohio, as well as judges and the judicial staff throughout the State of Ohio.
• Schedules interviews and meetings.
• Prepares various queries or reports using spreadsheets, databases or other reporting tools to track and summarize fiscal and human resources information.
• Composes routine correspondence based on general instructions or standard forms.
• Maintains records for accounts payable and accounts receivable including invoices, purchase requisitions, grant awards, expense reimbursements, and deposits. Reviews documents for completeness and compliance with policy; identifies discrepancies and follows through on their correction.
• Creates and maintains personnel and fiscal files in compliance with applicable legal requirements. Prepares new hire paperwork; completes routine forms (e.g., purchase requisitions); and responds to requests for verification of employment.
• Maintains sign-off process for retrieving checks and updates records with the Treasurer's Office, Office of Budget and Management and the Department of Administrative Services.
• Maintains physical vendor files and coordinates setup of new vendors according to the requirements established by the Office of Budget and Management.
What we're looking for...
• Associate degree in related field and minimum of three years of job-related experience, preferably in a human resources or fiscal department; or any equivalent combination of education and experience.
• Bachelor's degree preferred.
• Strong working knowledge of HR, payroll, and fiscal functions and procedures is preferred.
• Experience with Kronos timekeeping system will be considered a plus.
• Requires at a minimum intermediate command of Microsoft Office application software, and some knowledge of automated human resource management systems (e.g., PeopleSoft).
• Requires advanced communication skills, both verbal and written, to establish positive public relations and to interact effectively with justices, judges, attorneys, supervisors, co-workers, and the public.
• Exceptional organizational and time-management skills.