Emory’s community of Human Resources Representatives provides facilitation and support for employment functions and processes at all levels throughout the university. The HR Rep Certificate Programs is designed for current and aspiring human resources representatives who wish to develop core competencies in human resource administration. The descriptions that follow are typical responsibilities performed by HR Reps with that Level designation and should not be considered to be all-inclusive.
Transactional (Level I): Human Resource compliance monitoring, tracking and record keeping, transaction processing, general knowledge and coordination of Human Resource functions; may respond to inquiries and advise on University processes; provides human resource services to a specified administrative unit.
Practitioner (Level II): Performance of complex Human Resource functions for a large administrative unit; contributes toward developing and establishing unit’s human resource practices and procedures; advises and consults with managers on employee issues, University policy and practices.
Strategic (Level III): Provides expertise to a major administrative unit in all areas of Human Resources at the strategic level requiring research and analysis of major human resource issues to enhance services; provides advice and consultation for managers on employee and human resources issues, University policy and practices; may provide functional oversight of Human Resources activities.