HR Liaisons serve as a communication link between Human Resources and SF State's departments and play an integral role in the coordination of human resources activities (i.e. benefit enrollment, performance management, leave reporting, etc.) for employees in their departments. As partners of the Human Resources Department, HR Liaisons play a key role — from creating a welcoming environment for new hires to maintaining workplace unity while supporting employees and management. Excellent oral and written communication is critical and essential for this role. The employee must not have any disciplinary actions and have a meets expectation on their performance management plan.
- Disseminate information and news such as policy changes, benefits updates, training opportunities, classification and compensation updates, etc.
- Prompt in communicating HR information to their departments, as it is generally time-sensitive information.
- Complete required training associated with liaison role and functional duties.
- Attend HR Liaison Meetings, HR Forums, and additional HR sponsored events.
- A contact point for focus groups or pilot programs for Human Resources initiatives.
- Broaden knowledge of Human Resources
- Cross-functional exposure
- Professional and Leadership Development
- Enhanced communication skills
Meet with liaisons on a quarterly basis throughout the year, as well as impromptu sessions when the need arises. HR will determine the required training to be completed by the HR Liaison on laws, rules, regulations, and procedures, etc. HR will provide information that will be disseminated and answer questions.
Department heads and Supervisors support the HR Liaison as they disseminate information in a timely manner. They also allow HR Liaison to attend training, meetings, and informational sessions.
Future Staff Employees
The hiring process starts with opening a new position and ends when your new hire settles in. Human Resources has created a Hiring Tool Kit with a goal of assisting hiring managers to streamline the hiring process, and improve new hire retention.
SF State Pay Structure
Use the button below to access the California State University Salary Schedule. Use the basic search to learn minimum, middle and maximum salaries for employees across various bargaining groups.
Future Students Employees
Recruiting, interviewing, and selecting student worker positions (part-time, hourly, non-benefits eligible) is a completely separate process from hiring full-time and part-time benefits-eligible employees, and hourly nonstudent employees administered through Human Resources system.