Human Resources Assistant

Job Type

Part Time




120 Broadway
38th floor
New York
United States



The Human Resources Assistant/Intern assists with the day-to-day operation of Human Resources, and provides support to the HR team will all functions, including recruitment, payroll, onboarding of new employees, employee training and events, and special projects.


• Assist with day to day operation of Human Resources by providing support and assistance to members of the HR team.

• Process highly confidential and sensitive information; file documentation into appropriate employee files, verify I-9 documentation, respond to in-person inquiries, prepare and distribute materials to employees as requested. 

• Assist with the recruitment process by reviewing resumes, scheduling interviews, conduct phone screenings, and reference checks. 

• Audit existing HR hard copy records/employee files with assistance from HR member.

• Assemble new hire orientation packets for onboarding new hires.

• Coordinate logistics of onboarding activities/events.

• Coordinate health and wellness reimbursement program.

• Develop recommendations to improve Trinity’s health and wellness program. 

• Assist with researching upcoming lunch and learn/spotlight ideas and topics, screen potential presenters and provide support in scheduling the lunch and learn/spotlight events.

• Assist with registration and confirmation for staff events and trainings.

• Coordinate logistics for staff events and training sessions. 

• Conduct research on new initiatives, tracking systems and HR best practices; present clearly organized findings and ways to implement these practices within the organization as requested.

• Adhere to confidentiality rules and all other Trinity Wall Street policies, procedures and rules.

• Perform all duties in a manner that promotes Trinity’s mission and core values.

• Assume other related responsibilities and special projects as required.

Required Skills and Knowledge:

• Excellent oral and written communication skills

• Good interpersonal skills; professional and discreet

• Curious, creative and independent thinker

• Highly organized, demonstrated project management skills, and able to juggle multiple projects 

• Demonstrated experience in creating data-driven reports and conducting quantitative and qualitative analysis

• Excellent computer skills (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Access)

• Adaptable to shifting priorities and a sense of humor

Required and Preferred Education, Experience, and Credentials:

• A Bachelor’s Degree is required, or an equivalent combination of training and experience required

• Two or more years of human resources and/or office experience required

• Interest in Human Resources, experience in the field preferred

• Non-profit work experience preferred 

• Project management experience preferred

• Highly organized and fastidious with detailed project work

Professional Level

Entry level

Minimum Education Required

4-year degree

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