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Idaho Youth Ranch Volunteers

HR Assistant



Job Description
Who: You have begun training and education and/or have various experience as an HR professional. You are detail oriented, approachable, and self-motivated. You are gaining the knowledge of the human resources profession and want to gain practical application experience. You have skills and knowledge to contribute. You understand and maintain confidentiality and professionalism.

What: HR Assistant will:

Update employee files with current content
Review and understand sensitive & confidential information.
Provide clerical support for HR projects as needed.
Assist with benefits
Assist with data entry
Assist with onboarding
Assist with recruitment
Assist with reference checks

Why: To support IYR’s mission of helping Idaho’s kids find their promising futures.

When: Monday – Friday, between 8am and 5pm. Minimum 2-4 hours per week, ongoing opportunity.

How: In order to volunteer for this opportunity, you will need to:
Must be at least 16.
Submit application and resume
Submit to and pass a criminal background check
Complete interviews
Comply with all Idaho Youth Ranch Volunteer Policies and Procedures







About Idaho Youth Ranch Volunteers
Idaho Youth Ranch is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping vulnerable, at-risk kids transform the pain and despair of childhood trauma into hope for a promising future.


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