I-9 E-verify process lead coordinator This position is responsible for leading the I-9 E-verify process for all new U.S. salaried employees. This position reports to the onboarding supervisor within the TA&O organization. This role will provide the unique opportunity to establish a wide internal network and build strong partnerships across the several onboarding partners and stakeholders. Key duties and responsibilities:Council, educate, and support onboarding team, talent advisors, hiring manages and HRBO partners on the I-9 E-verify process Responsible for ensuring correct and timely completion of all I-9 E-verify forms for new employeesHandle new hire inquiries/communication related to the requirements/completion of their I-9 E-verify form Serve as the liaison between the new hire, hiring manager, visa verification lead, HRBO, internal and external counsel to address any inquiries pertaining to an I-9 E-verify caseConduct weekly audit to identify TNC open cases and ensure their timely resolutionWork closely with the Onboarding lead to ensure accuracy of weekly E-verify new hire reportAssist TA's with the E-verify location verification process prior to an offer being extendedManage the escalation process for I-9 E-verify casesSupport the onboarding team with the I-9 overall process as needed Position qualifications:Associate degree or equivalent requiredExcellent presentation, collaboration, and verbal & written communication skillsHigh level of efficiency, accuracy, integrity, and attention to detailExperience with Microsoft office technologyAbility to work independently and in a team Strong organization and case management skills Previous experience with handling I-9 forms and E-verify process would be a plusThis position will require in person interface with new hires. The candidate must be able to work out of the Dearborn,MI areaRandstad Sourceright is an Equal Opportunity Employer and makes all employment decisions based solely on the basis of qualifications and without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, genetic information, disability, protected veteran status or any other legally protected group status.