The I-9 Analyst serves as a resource for newly hired faculty, staff and students. Reporting to the University Director of HR, Employment Services, the I-9 Analyst has duties that include but are not limited to:
- Explains the University's obligations and individuals' responsibilities for completing the Form I-9, determines who needs to be processing through the E-Verify system, instructs international new hires how to obtaining a US Social Security number and then follows up with Human Resources and Payroll once they receive their SS number.
- In many instances, serves as the first contact point for newly hired employees and the Analyst's representation and communication skills - in a matter that is sometimes complex and difficult.
- Routinely interacts with faculty, staff and students in the process of completing the Form I-9 - in regular, ongoing communication with departmental administrators in the routine processing of I-9 forms, and in HR-initiated or department requested trainings or assistance sessions.
- Associate's degree - Bachelor's preferred
- 2+ years of prior closely-related administrative experience - preference for experience processing high volume of documents with great attention to detail highly
- Knowledge of I-9, E-Verify, and immigration regulations, processing, and documents
- Strong organization skills, along with a keen attention to detail - particularly with immigration documents
- Ability to effectively communicate information both verbally and in writing with people from diverse backgrounds
- Ability to handle complex employee service issues in a professional manner, exercising good judgment in dealing with sensitive issues
- Outstanding customer service, as well as analytical and problem solving skills
- Attention to detail and accuracy, and the ability to prioritize multiple tasks to meet deadlines
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office, in particular Excel, and Adobe Acrobat
- Knowledge of HRIS processing and data entry
- Familiarity with University systems, including Georgetown Management System and Cognos reports
- Some experience working in Human Resources and some knowledge of labor laws
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