Entry Level HR Jobs

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The entry level HR jobs guide is a tool for new and aspiring HR professionals to learn more about what to expect in their first HR position. The content covers places to find jobs, job descriptions, salary range, tips from the pros, and other career resources.

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Entry Level HR Jobs

  1. 1. Entry Level HR JobsThe Ultimate Guide
  2. 2. Contents1. Places to find jobs2. Job duties3. Salary Ranges4. Tips from the Pros5. Career Resources
  3. 3. Places to Find Jobs● SHRM.org jobs database● Local SHRM chapter job boards● Generic job boardsPro tip: search for specific titles to target yoursearch. Examples: hr assistant, hr clerk, hradministrative assistant, hr intern, junior hrrepresentative, payroll assistant, etc.
  4. 4. Job DutiesA few sample entry level HR tasks:● Prescreens job applicants● Maintains personnel records● Provides support in filing documentation and tracking paperwork● Completes new hire orientation with staff● Compensation and benefits recordkeeping support● Explains company policies and rules to staff and applicants● Process employee benefits changes
  5. 5. Salary RangeCommon entry level HR salaries are in the low-to mid-30k range. This is dependent uponlocation, experience, education level, industry,and more. Credit: Salary.com
  6. 6. 5 Tips from the Pros1) Never take an action that compromises yourintegrity. Stand up for what you know is just,fair and ethical. Always.
  7. 7. 5 Tips from the Pros2) Your HR knowledge must be an ongoingevolution. Continue to learn and grow andnever be content with what you’ve achieved atthe moment.
  8. 8. 5 Tips from the Pros3) Form as many solid relationships (both upand down the ladder) as you can. Treat allpeople with respect and learn to be a stronglistener.
  9. 9. 5 Tips from the Pros4) Never let your boss be surprised by anissue. There is a fine line in under/overcommunicating, so work this out with your bossfrom day one.
  10. 10. 5 Tips from the Pros5) Immediately do what you say you are goingto do…or at least be honest when you can’t.This builds trust, which is a key component forestablishing an HR career.
  11. 11. Additional Resources● How to get into HR● How to establish credibility● How to make your work meaningful
  12. 12. AboutThis slidedeck was developed from the EntryLevel HR Jobs Ultimate Guide on upstartHR.Check it out for more information, dozens oftips, and additional resources.

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