The Position Of Human Resources Director With Your Corporation

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I consider myself the perfect candidate as defined in the professional description for the position of Human Resources Director with your corporation. I am providing this information so that I can apply and hopefully gain the aforementioned position. My edification and immense familiarity with all facets of the background of human resources and additional executive positions would count me in as an asset and a favorable addition to your organization. You will find that my abilities and expertise are listed in detail and other credentials can be found by reading my attached resume: • I have knowledge with presenting and relaying precise job analysis. • I have expertise in resource and time management. • I am detail oriented and have…show more content…
Education South University, Bachelor of Science, Business Administration, Expected Graduation date December 2015 SKILLS AND ABILITIES • Proficient use of Microsoft Office products including but not limited to Word, Excel, and Access • Experience managing constantly competing demands for time, and coordinating multiple projects • Experience preparing clear, concise and comprehensive reports, correspondence, studies and other written materials • Experience with conducting presentations to groups within the organization • Able to maintain confidentiality with a positive attitude every day • Always willing to assume additional responsibilities • Flexible in daily workload and work hours • Managed high-call volumes EMPLOYMENT HISTORY Human Resources Manager (April 2011 – Present) Frontier Communications, Fort Wayne, IN • Develops and direct numerous human resources processes and events for all corporation laborers. • Plan, categorize and oversee all events of the division. • Contribute to the evolving of division goals, objectives and systems. • Introduce and annually update payment program; rewrite job descriptions as necessary; conducts annual salary surveys and develops merit pool (salary budget); analyzes compensation; monitors the performance
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