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Corporate Staffing Representative

    Job Title:      Corporate Staffing Representative

    Company:    BCBS of Kansas


    Essential Functions:

    • Schedule interviews for internal and external applicants for hourly and salaried vacancies circulated within the company and/or externally, to include coordination with supervision and/or management personnel.
    • Manage the assessment process to include scheduling and administering applicant assessments as well as monitoring usage and availability of frequently used assessments.
    • Assist in the input of records into the HRIS system to include the input of interview information, applicant information as well as any additional documentation as needed in the HRIS system.
    • Utilize the HRIS system, Imaging system and various hard copy files for verification of employee data.
    • Serves as a subject matter expert on questions related to the interview and selection process/procedures, test administration, pre-employment background screenings, Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) and I-9 documentation. Tracks and maintains assessment data, pre-employment screening documentation and invoices, and drug testing results and billing.
    • Assist applicants with travel and lodging arrangements, when necessary, for on-site interviews.  Tracks and submits receipts to accounting for applicant reimbursement.
    • Manage the pre-employment screening process on potential employees. This includes education verification, professional reference, drug testing, criminal background check, license verification, etc. Responsible for ensuring the information received is consistent with what the applicant provided and researching any discrepancies to make sure complete and accurate information is provided to the Corporate Staffing Specialist. 
    • Handle confidential information/situations in a professional manner, as well as work in an extremely fast-paced environment with constant interruptions and the challenge of meeting and prioritizing many different customer needs at the same time in the same professional manner. 
    • Participate in the set-up of new employee orientation (NEO) and distribute any needed documentation and items to the hiring area. Responsible for reporting new hires to the Kansas Department of Labor. Assist in presenting information to new hires through the NEO process.
    • Responsible for submitting purchase requisitions for office supplies.
    • Participate in or help coordinate career fairs and other recruitment activities.
    • Work is performed typically in a comfortable office environment and involves constant customer interaction. Requires the ability to handle a consistently heavy workload, frequent deadlines and large volume of calls and inquiries.  Ability to repeatedly change between a sitting and standing position to greet and/or assist internal and external customers. Ability to perform keying functions approximately 80% of each day.



    • High School Diploma or equivalent is required. One year of related human resource experience, preferably within a staffing emphasis at a large company where primary duties are coordinating recruiting (testing, interviews and pre-employment screenings) OR a Bachelor’s degree in a related discipline (i.e. human resources, business administration) in lieu of the HR experience.
    • Strong PC skills and the ability to operate multiple systems, such as HRIS systems, Word, Excel, and email. 
    • Requires high level written and verbal communication skills and the ability to interact professionally with all levels of internal and external contacts and diffuse difficult situations.
    • Strong verbal, written and presentation skills.
    • Knowledge of FCRA, employment laws and regulations, and EEO requirements to complete the background screening process, as well as assist with application screening is preferred.
    • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with applicants, managers and outside vendors.
    • Requires the ability to deal with confidential information/situations, as well as work in an extremely fast-paced environment with constant interruptions and the challenge of prioritizing and meeting many different customer needs at the same time.
    • Self-motivation and discretion to work independently with little direct supervision to drive projects to completion while meeting numerous and frequent deadlines.
    • Requires the ability to help judge the work experience of job applicants as needed in order to determine if they have the minimum qualifications or will be considered for the position(s) applying for.
    • Must maintain a low record of unscheduled absences.
    • Ability to work independently and cooperatively within a team environment.

    Interested candidates may contact Erin Shuford at

    Post until 1/21/2019