Human Resources Coordinator - Bi-lingual

Fort Lauderdale, FL
Full Time
Mid Level


The Human Resources Coordinator is the face and voice of the Encompass mission and values.  You are the direct point of contact for our employees by leading onboarding, fielding employee inquiries, and being the administrative lead.  Our recruitment team partners with our HR Coordinators to efficiently bring on a high volume of new hires.  As one of the first persons a new hire meets, you become a career consultant that works with the employee to ensure a positive new hire and career experience within our organization. 

In this role, you will contribute to the growth of the company by providing a concierge level of service.  Our HR team creates a positive work experience for our team members allowing Encompass to be one of the most rewarding and respectful workplaces. 


  • Lead high volume onboarding process and consistently communicate with the new hire to ensure a positive hiring experience
  • Nurture a positive relationship with existing employees to be a reliable source of information
  • Providing timely responses to employee inquiries such as benefits, time and attendance, employee referrals, and company policies
  • Partner in managing employee relations in both union and nonunion environments
  • Team player who is flexible, positive, and leads projects to drive the company culture forward
  • Coordinate employee orientations, team-building activities, and employee-related programs
  • Assists with the benefits administration
  • Process action changes including new hires, transfers, terminations, and leave of absence, within our HRIS system. As well as creating and updating e-files for current and new employees
  • Make recommendations for process improvement with the use of technology
  • Maintains confidentiality in all work performed
  • Verification of employment
  • Designs and creates forms, composes a variety of correspondence incidental to work assignments
  • Oversee the administration of probationary performance evaluations
  • Performs other tasks as assigned
  • Knowledge of modern office equipment, practices, and procedures which include MS Office products including Word, Excel & PowerPoint,


  • 2 years of Human Resources Support or Employee Relations. Applicants with a degree in Human Resources will be considered without prior experience.
  • Bi-lingual in English and Spanish required, Creole is a plus
  • ADP and Jazz are the current HR systems, plus if familiar with these systems
  • Knowledge of modern office equipment, practices, and procedures which include MS Office products including Word, Excel & PowerPoint,
  • Valid Florida Driver’s license

Encompass is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to diversity in the workplace. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, gender identity, or any other factor protected by applicable federal, state, or local laws.


FLSA Status:      Non-Exempt

EEO Class Code:    Professional




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