Human Resource Administrative Assistant

This wonderful woman owned healthcare information technology and healthcare consulting firm in the very cool U street corridor area of DC seeks an HR Administrative Assistant supporting their medical records coding line of business.  The HR admin assistant will work with the coding practice manager and resource manager to coordinate the recruitment and on-boarding of medical coders and auditors, and develop a stable staff pool for long-term coding contracts.

You will provide administrative and organizational support for human resources (HR) functions and processes for the company’s medical records coding business unit.  Support recruiting by screening and testing applicants; notifying existing staff of internal opportunities; maintaining personnel records.  Assist in onboarding of new hires by distributing orientation information packets; providing overviews of company policies and available benefits; gathering withholding and other payroll information; ensuring enrollment paperwork is completed and submitted.  Document HR actions by completing forms, reports, logs, and records at the direction of the resource manager.  Propose improvements in HR processes and technology to support the growth of the medical coding practice.  Maintain frequent communication with company leadership, coding supervisors, finance staff, and coding staff.

You must have strong MS Word, Outlook, PowerPoint and Excel with accurate 45 wpm typing.  Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field (HR, Communications, Health Information Management, Health Administration, Business Administration, or related field) and 2 years of AA, Secretary, and human resources experience.  Experience working in a healthcare setting or experience with healthcare terminology preferred

9-5:30, some rare overtime, $40,000 – $45,000 and they offer a competitive benefits package, and the opportunity for growth. Equal opportunity employer. Veterans are strongly encouraged to apply.  The selected candidate will be required to undergo a background investigation.