23359 - HR Coordinator - Temporary

Andersen Corporation Aurora, CO
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Andersen is the largest window and door manufacturer in North America. Founded in 1903 and headquartered in Bayport, Minnesota, Andersen Corporation includes Andersen Windows & Doors, Renewal by Andersen Window Replacement Services, Silver Line Windows & Doors, American Craftsman, Andersen Storm Doors, MQ Luxury Windows and Doors, and Heritage Windows and Doors. With $2.5 billion in sales, over 20 manufacturing and technical centers, 13,000 employees, we proudly serve customers in North America and Europe. Our employees are globally diverse, innovative, and passionate. Our vision is to lead the window and door industry by creating products and services that are different and better, as measured by our customers. With a variety of rewarding and challenging opportunities, Andersen is a great place to launch and grow a career. Make your difference with us today.

Provides support to human resources function, carrying out responsibilities in the following areas: HRIS, recruitment, records retention, employee relations facilitation and payroll troubleshooting and interface. Coordinates and plans employee and special events. Performs staffing duties for production positions, including attending job fairs, ad placement, application screening, interviewing and selection and orientation. In addition, this position handles routine administrative duties, such as production data entry, record keeping, and maintaining supplies.


Order and maintain needed inventory of supplies

Coordinates the company wide health program initiatives

Manages invoices and payments for Human Resources department


Coordinates recruiting efforts through ad placement, postings at local job centers, colleges and other highly visible outlets to ensure adequate applicant flow and diverse applicant pool

Screening, interviewing and selecting candidates for temporary positions, both through staffing service and Company summer temporary program

Coordinates necessary pre-employment testing

Acts as liaison between Company and staffing service partners

Coordinates full-time production associate hiring selection and process

Conducts new hire orientation process and ensures all required paperwork and benefits forms are filled out correctly and processed through the ESC

Partners with Corporate staffing and business partners with the coordination of the recruitment process


Enters new employees into system

Runs queries for information as needed to support delivery partners

Ensures completion of I9 paperwork and enters information into E-Verify in a timely manner


Visible and accessible to all associates, providing policy clarification, answering routine HR-related inquiries and referring complex matters to management and/or HR Generalist.

Acts as site liaison in troubleshooting associate issues relating to payroll, timekeeping and benefits.

Coordinate various associate meetings, including scheduling, invitations, room arrangements, lunches

Oversees special events for staff by coordinating committees and schedules, and staying within budget

Maintains facility bulletin boards and communication via standup meetings

Participates in community partnership events and activities


Maintains personnel files in compliance with records retention policy and applicable legal requirements.


Identifies process improvements.

Assists department in carrying out various human resources programs and procedures for all manufacturing & operations associates.

CULTURE AND BENEFITS: Our vision is to make the world a better place by living up to the promise that everyone benefits from their association with Andersen. We're committed to making a difference through challenging ourselves each day, recognizing and rewarding success, taking pride in our work and honoring a legacy built on doing the right thing. There is great respect for life outside work so that you can bring your best self to work.


BA/BS degree in Human Resources or similar discipline preferred, or equivalent combination of education and experience.

A minimum of 2-5 years' experience

Ability to build relationships and trust with strong skills in coaching and mentoring

Analytical and problem solving skills, with the ability to see hidden problems and look beyond the obvious for answers, uses data to make decisions.

Excellent conflict management and negotiation skills – can bring others together and reconcile differences.

Good organizational and time management skills; multi-tasking and prioritizing, planning work activities efficiently to meet deadlines and high level goals; managing multiple projects simultaneously.

Proficient in MS office products, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook.

Experience with HRIS


Human Resources


Aurora, OH US


Andersen Corporation

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