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Human Resources, Compliance, Employee Relations

Los Angeles, California, United States
April 19, 2018

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Ashford University, MA Degree, Organizational Management & Human Resources, February 2010. University of Southern California, BS Degree, Public Policy, Management & Urban Planning, May 2000. PHR-Certified Professional Certificate, April 2017. HIGHLIGHT

High Level Full Cycle Recruiting, Strategy and Organizational Management. Drive the HR functions to meet the needs of the business through analysis, communication, process methods and workflow that will align with the strategic direction of the organization.


Managing and Supervising

Academic Student Personnel Services

Academic Faculty Recruitment and Promotions

Human Resources

Employment Laws & Practices, I-9 and WOTC

Compliance, Payroll, HR Compliance

Taleo, HRIS Systems, Workday, Smart Post

HIPPA Compliance and Certification, Medical


Microsoft Word, Outlook, Excel, and Power Point

Technical Programs: SAS and PC TEX.

Program-Specific Annual Business Plan and Budget Development

Employee Selection, Retention, Training and



Research Reporting and Analysis


Human Resources Talent Acquisition Analyst 01/2016- Present Toyota Motor Sales, USA, Inc.

Recruitment: Manage the hiring needs for both Union and Non-Union hourly logistic services positions including recruitment, selection and other employment activities for 11 Parts Distribution Warehouses, 6 Vehicle Distribution Centers and 5 Transport Centers.

• Assess and anticipate hiring needs both Union and Non-Union hourly positions

• Create and post job descriptions, maintain resumes and application forms, review and move applicant through the application process

• Schedule and conduct interviews and make recommendations to managers

• Schedule assessments

• Background and drug screen adjudications

• Schedule post hire medical and warehouse assessments

• Generate offer letters

• Onboard new hires for payroll

Employee Relations: Partner with supervisors and managers to ensure consistent application of HR policy. Assesses and anticipates associate needs. Communicating needs proactively with management, seeks to develop integrated solutions.

• Variable workforce employee investigations this includes grievances, arbitrations, unfair labor practice charges, meet and discuss/confer sessions

• Develop and maintain working knowledge of labor and related laws, industry trends, and effective human resources practices Strategy:

• Define and develop new tools and processes in support of recruiting needs in a high-growth environment

• Develop and implement plans to support companywide merger, relocation and reorganization

• Provide day-to-day guidance and interpretation of employment policies and resolution Human Resources Specialist 08/2015-11/2015

Kaiser Permanente, Pharmacy Administration

HR Policies and Compliance for internal and external Audits. Manage license and certificate compliance requirements set by hospital administration, applicable state and local government, for pharmacy personnel. This includes Liaison. Compliance: Establish standard operating procedures for tracking and meeting personnel compliance for department’s licenses, certifications, disclosures, and related agreements.

• Create and update employee database for annual audits, trainings and certifications

• Monitor all existing licenses/certifications for expiration and notify appropriate department staff for resolution

• Ensure all related records in the department’s database are updated and maintained in a timely manner. Draft and send out reminders/ administrative leave correspondences

Personnel Coordinator: Create and accurately maintain personnel files for pharmacy employees

• Onboarding, transferring and terminating employees using hospital systems

• License verification for new employees

Budget Coordinator: Order office supplies and equipment, procurement, expense reporting on One Link Administrative Specialist-Executive Assistant

University of California, Los Angeles 12/2014-01/2016 Manage the daily administrative operations of the office including troubleshooting/problem solving of administrative issues and provide administrative support to the department Chair.

• Travel Coordinator: coordinate and schedule the Chair’s calendar of activities, including complex international travel arrangements, and departmental events

• Budget Processor: order supplies, low value orders, purchase orders, special items, process payments and reimbursements.

• Chair’s Assistant: liaison between the Chair and the department faculty, staff, students, and the general public. Interface with the Dean’s office and other campus entities. Manage all aspects of faculty meetings including taking minute. Compose and edit correspondences and reports

• Develop and maintain various databases of departmental contacts for outreach, networking, public relations, and development purposes

• Research and prepare grant and gift proposals, and planning for new departmental initiatives

• Provide support to the Chair on special projects and activities Office Manager-Human Resources Generalist 08/2006-11/2014 University of Southern California Department of Sociology Manage the daily administrative operations for an academic office of 90 plus faculty, staff and graduate student employees troubleshoot/problem solve administrative financial, payroll, personnel and student issues. Employee Relations: Provide day-to-day guidance and interpretation of employment policies and resolution, professionally handle sensitive inquires and maintain confidential information, advise faculty and staff on personnel implications of policies, programs, and proposed organization changes.

• Primary contact with University Administrators (Provost, Deans and Directors)

• Successfully completed projects with strict deadlines and met semester/yearly goals Personnel Coordinator: Assist HR department with employment processing and compliance. Oversee and maintain employee information, such as personal data, compensation, benefits, attendance, performance reviews or evaluations, disciplinary actions, and terminations/separations of employment

• Maintain the PeopleAdmin recruitment system

• Employment guidance for Faculty, Staff & Students

• Interviewing, hiring and training

• Research and problem resolution for financial and payroll accounts

• Faculty searches/part time recruitment, faculty leaves, joint appointments and 3rd year reviews Supervisor: Directly plan, organize, lead, coordinate, delegate, review, and appraise the work of assigned staff daily work assignments.

• Conduct performance appraisals

• Staff scheduling and staff development

• Coach and support staff employee relation issues

• Address performance behaviors

• Faculty Promotions successfully coordinated and assembled dossiers for yearly promotions-90% promoted, prepared Academic Department Management:

• Schedule over 50 classes on SIS every semester and upload faculty course load recommendations into scheduling and staffing for yearly budget proposal

• Approve, track, monitor and reconciled assigned budget expenditures, financial requests and reports, process check request, purchase orders, blanket requisitions and internal requisitions, control equipment and supplies, set up vendors in Kuali

• Advise both undergraduate and graduate students on courses and university policy and procedures, coordinate orientation, assist w/graduate student office assignments, teaching assistantship allocations, PhD placement and tracking

• Plan & coordinate special events (i.e. commencement, weekly seminars, faculty recruitment)

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