About the Organization
Capital Impact is now part of the Momentus Capital Family of Organizations which includes Capital Impact Partners, CDC Small Business Finance, and Ventures Lending Technologies. Together, we work to ensure local leaders and communities have equitable access to the capital & opportunities they deserve. With a mission rooted in social impact, we support locally led solutions through our continuum of lending, impact investments, training programs, & technology programs. By joining our team, you will play a key role in how Momentus Capital is transforming the financial sector to help communities build health & generational wealth.
The Human Resources Coordinator is primarily responsible for providing support of HR operations in the areas of talent acquisition, payroll and benefits.
This position reports to the Human Resources Manager and is based in the Arlington office.
Work with recruiters, hiring managers, interview panel participants and candidates to schedule interviews using Google calendar
Initiate background checks in ADP WFN
Coordinate and schedule orientation with new hires and managers
Assist recruiters with sourcing as needed
Send new hires electronic onboarding documents through ADP WFN and complete new hire I-9 forms within first three days of employment
Create payroll action forms for changes such as; annual merit increases, promotions, etc.
Enter all benefit changes, enrollments, terminations and employee information changes in insurance carrier websites
Recommend and facilitate wellness activities for all employees
Complete benefit invoice reconciliations monthly
Become familiar with payroll processes and all benefit plans to assist employees with questions
Maintain paper and electronic employee files
Monitor HR intranet pages, add new pages and update information as needed
Assist HR department members and other departments with projects such as collecting documentation for audits, open enrollment meetings, employee engagement/events, quarterly reporting, training, contracts etc.
Professional Skills, Education and Experience
High school diploma or equivalent with 1 year of experience in Human Resources OR Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources or related field
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Attention to details, organizational and prioritizing skills
Ability to easily transition between different tasks and priorities
Basic understanding of employment laws
Ability to handle sensitive information with discretion and maintain confidentiality
Outstanding follow-through, self-directed and highly motivated with a strong sense of urgency
Customer service focused
Proficiency with Microsoft Office (particularly Word, Excel), Google Suite
Experience working with ADP WFN or other HRIS preferred