Principal Responsibilities: The HR & Compliance Coordinator will be responsible for the onboarding process of full time and temporary employees of the Youth & Family Department, including all legal and compliance requirements based on grant and contract conditions. The ideal candidate will have a deep understanding of government contract requirements, attention to detail, organizational skills, and communication skills. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Maintain systems to on\u001aboard new Youth & Family staff members, ensuring all pre\u001aemployment requirements are met, including all regulatory background checks (OMH, OCFS, OPWDD, SCR, SCL, Justice Center, etc.), in compliance with DOH and DYCD standards; Prepare new hire files for input into payroll system, managing compliance paperwork for all Youth & Family staff members; Distribute documents needed for a new hire; Complete all Y system\u001awide reporting and paperwork requirements in a timely manner, including payroll materials, tracking materials, employment paperwork, and others as needed; Ensure effective administrative systems are in place to support Youth & Family programs; Ensure appropriate records and present and updated both at the agency and at external site files; Manage ongoing maintenance and retention of personnel files and other employee\u001arelated material to ensure the security of all confidential information, documents and files; Work with Program Directors in the Youth & Family Department to ensure training requirements and needs are met and tracked; Ensure hiring information is collected and processed by HR and payroll prior to the start of each program. Programs include our Summer Day Camp, our four external After School Programs, our in-house After School program, and our Summer Youth Employment Program Oversee DYCD Summer Youth Employment Program staff integration with Summer Day Camp; Implement recruitment strategy to attract and retain top talent while maintaining cost effectiveness; Maintain an updated database of candidates for different positions in the Youth & Family Department. Minimum Qualifications: Experience in Human Resources; Experience with DOE licensed programs; Successful track record organizing high volume material; Successful track record working collaboratively with management and junior staff; Excellent verbal and written communication skills; Excellent computer skills in Microsoft Windows and Google environments; Ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality and coach organization managers to do the same; Excellent organizational skills; Bachelor's degree in Human Resources, Business or similar degree preferred; Bilingual English\/Spanish preferred. STATUS: Full-time, 40 Hour Week, Non-Exempt Typical schedule 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM with half hour lunch - schedule subject to change Agency Information: A destination for culture, education and compassionate support since 1917, the YM & YWHA of Washington Heights and Inwood (\u001athe Y\u001a) elevates the lives of our diverse and evolving Washington Heights and Inwood community through programming and service informed by universal Jewish values.