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Human Resources Resource

Location:
North-East Coconut Grove, Florida, 33133, United States
Salary:
55000
Posted:
June 20, 2019

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Israel A. Tirado Rodríguez

**** ****** **. ***** ** 33133-2516

• Cellular 787-***-****

PROFILE A position in which my education, experience and expertise provide beneficial to a Human Resources Organization. Support the organization presenting creativity, innovation guiding and manage greater amount of responsibility. Organized and detailed oriented professional with fifteen years of Human Resources experience.

EDUCATION Ph.D. Project Management

2013 – Present International Iberoamericana University Mexico (online)

Master Degree in Human Resources Management

2000 – 2002 University of Phoenix Guaynabo, PR

Bachelor in Psychology

1992 – 1996 University of Puerto Rico San Juan, PR

EXPERIENCE

Administrative Officer III

2018 – 2019 University of Puerto Rico San Juan, PR

Current Duties

Evaluate records and credentials of professors for contract with the institution

Evaluate the courses offered with their respective records

Evaluate documents such as Additional Compensations for professors

Prepare reports for supervisors with all the necessary documentation regarding professors

Human Resource Analyst III

2012 - 2018 University of Puerto Rico San Juan, PR

Current Duties

Develop and create studies to classify personnel. Verify the possible classification changes, position or employee impact and associated actions to assure compliance with overall human resources requirements. Implement an appropriate employee compensation structure. Verify all the payroll process. Help guide the organization and analytics strategy of the policy and regulation.

Perform full cycle recruitment process, formatting documentation, arranging assessments, pre selecting candidates, enrollments, submit investigation, change and termination process.

Support the system with workforce planning, strategies and initiatives. The use of the collective agreement, the Classification plan, the Dictionary of Occupational Titles and the University of Puerto Rico rules to perform my duties.

Responsible of all paper work needed to develop a complete regulation or policy for a new reclassification.

Ensure that the division meets all state and federal regulation regarding employment law.

Conduct training to personnel and prepare present using the Microsoft Applications.

Administrative Officer II

2011- 2012 University of Puerto Rico San Juan, PR Current Duties

Administrative and management duties in the School of Public Policy. Affairs and Administration.

Prepare the contracts of faculty, Buying supplies and materials for office.

Analysis and evaluation of the budget assigned.

Work directly with the Director of office.

Auxiliary Director of Administrative Affairs

2007 - 2011 University of Puerto Rico San Juan, PR

Current Duties

All tasks assign to Auxiliary Director such as manage daily operation; analytical methods; keep information flow for schedule event.

Supervise over twenty employees. Coordinates the overall administration of the human resources activities, services and policies of the University of Puerto Rico. Create budget analysis and studies of event, seminar and student activities. Possess knowledge and experience with State contracts which includes a working knowledge of the government acquisition regulations methods, techniques and analytics strategy.

Support the system workforce planning, strategies and initiatives. Knowledge of organizational structure, functional activities, and administrative programs including Human Resources, and buying and supplies process.

Manage accounting function including maintenance of general ledger, account payable, account receivable and timeliness.

Skill in providing a variety of administrative management services in support of program activities.

Acts as a liaison between the University and external companies to meet information needed as accountant.

Ability to counsel and advise all levels of staff management.

Conduct disciplinary action as needed.

Prepare seminars and present training for the employees in respective administrative areas.

Acting Director in various occasion and event.

Administrative Officer II

2006- 2007 University of Puerto Rico San Juan, PR

Current Duties

Administrative duties evaluate and supervise personnel (14 persons), purchase material in the Administrative Office.

Analysis and evaluation of the budget assigned. Work directly with the Director of Division.

Human Resource Consultant

2002 - 2005 H.R.B.C Human Resources Business Consultant San Juan, PR

Current Duties

Human Resources Consultant. Provide training to personnel in any branch of Human Resources.

Human Resource Analyst II

2004 - 2006 University of Puerto Rico San Juan, PR

Current Duties

Develop and create studies to classify personnel. Verify the possible classification changes, position or employee impact and associated actions to assure compliance with overall human resources requirements. Help guide the organization and analytics strategy.

The use of the collective agreement, the Classification plan, the Dictionary of Occupational Titles and the University of Puerto Rico rules to perform my duties.

Responsible of all paper work needed to develop a complete regulation or policy for a new reclassification.

Obtain all information regarding a new position following standard such as interview or any other that can support the hiring process. The information will be evaluated with the head of the Human Resources Department to make recommendation; a writing report will be generated describing the result and recommendation of all candidates.

Maintain all personnel salaries with the proper classification, having in consideration the starting date or any other specification such as experience, time in grade, education.

SEMINARS/

TRAINING

Key competencies for human resources organization

Organizational Coaching/ Personal Coaching

Conflict Solution in the work environment

Personnel Evaluation Formulas in the Work Area Specialized Training

Labor Law for the Human Resources

Negotiation workshops

How to be a good supervisor

Management and Supervisory skills

Training and development

Strategic Planning / Project Management

Reporting and Analysis

Sales /Recruitment Marketing / Branding

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Training, American Red Cross

REFERENCES

Carlos Rosado - 787-***-****

Jordan Sonnier - 337- 303-6776

María Díaz Porto - 787-***-****

Jessica Muñoz - 305-***-****



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