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Total Rewards Manager (Manager II)
Keyskills: Management, Human Resources
Summary: Job Title: Total Rewards Manager (Manager II)
Salary: $92,851.00 - $162,490.00 Annually
Closing Date: Mon. 02/18/19 11:59 PM Pacific Time
The purpose of the TR manager position is to direct, develop, determine and maintain a comprehensive City-wide classification/compensation structure and employee health and welfare program. The TR manager supports the program by providing advice and counsel to City leaders and other stakeholders on classification and compensation, plan design and cost strategies, monitoring all aspects of rewards, and aligning program purpose and priorities with Citywide and BHR goals and objectives. The incumbent will drive implementation of programs and manage vendor performance. Specifically, the TR team will be responsible for establishing best practices, pay philosophy/methodology and monitoring key metrics to track the performance of the program with the goal of retaining and attracting talent. The TR Manager will be responsible for business case development, strategic planning and stakeholder management/engagement. For more information and apply, please visit www.portlandoregon.gov/jobs.
Human Resources Director/EEO Officer
Keyskills: CLASS TITLE: HUMAN RESOURCES DIRECTOR/EEO OFFICER
DEPARTMENT: Human Resources Department
ACCOUNTABLE TO: Central Services Director
STATUS: Regular, full-time, non-union
Primary Objective of Position: Under general direction, oversees and administers the human resources function for the City of Missoula.
Essential Functions: Essential functions, as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the following tasks, knowledge, skills, and other characteristics. This list of tasks is ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY, and is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and tasks performed by positions in this class.
Duties are primarily performed in an office setting where hazards and discomforts are minor and controllable. Duties require high level of contact with city officials, elected officials, employees and citizens.
Represent the City of Missoula as chief spokesperson in collective bargaining with labor unions representing city employees, prepare contract proposals and counter proposals, implement and administer adopted contracts; handle grievances, unfair labor practice cases, unit determination/clarification cases, and other matters before the Board of Personnel Appeals.
Advises and assists department heads, elected officials, managers and supervisors on a wide variety of human resources questions and issues.
Serve as City's Equal Employment Opportunity Officer; draft responses to the Human Rights Commission for any complaints received regarding the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Affirmative Action, the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and Montana Human Rights Act; represent the City in any ensuing proceedings; serve as City's ADA coordinator, including reviewing and implementing any necessary ADA compliance plans or workplace accommodations; responsible for HIPAA compliance and serves as the HIPAA privacy officer.
Oversee third party administration of the City's employee health benefit plan, wellness program, employee assistance program, employee development, drug and alcohol testing, worker’s compensation and all other fringe benefit programs; coordinate with the Employee Benefits Committee regarding the health insurance plan.
Oversee the administration of the classification and compensation system for all city positions; develop human resources policies regarding recruitment, termination, work hours, and conditions of work; oversee the maintenance of complete, accurate, and secured personnel records for all city employees; review all changes in pay rates, longevity pay, hiring, firings, promotions, and disciplinary actions.
Develop, update and implement human resources policies; supervise employees and oversee all operations of the Human Resources Office; recruit, train and evaluate employees; coordinate work plans and evaluate procedures and workflow; identify and implement improvements of service delivery methods and procedures.
Oversee the recruitment process for all city positions and responds to challenges or complaints; supports other department heads on the development and implementation of general training programs for city employees; prepare the annual budget for the Human Resources Office; serve on the City's Administrative Leadership Team.
Knowledge, Skills, and Other Characteristics:
Knowledge of public sector human resource administration principles and practices, including the principles of classification, compensation, benefits, employment, and employee relations;
Knowledge of State and Federal employment laws, regulations, and guidelines;
Knowledge of the rights, responsibilities, and benefits of City of Missoula employees;
Knowledge of the City of Missoula;
Knowledge of the principles and practices of employee training and supervision;
Knowledge of collective bargaining laws and processes;
Skill in managing the day-to-day operations of a human resources office;
Skill in understanding and interpreting complex laws, regulations, policies, procedures, and guidelines;
Skill in supervising, training and evaluating employees;
Skill in conflict resolution and mediation techniques;
Skill in negotiating and communicating, in person and in writing;
Skill in establishing and maintaining effective relationships with elected officials, city employees, and citizens.
Summary: The City of Missoula is seeking an individual to plan, organize, and direct all phases of the City's Human Resources Office including recruitment and selection, classification, compensation, benefits, labor relations and training. Requires Bachelor's degree in human resource management, public administration or related field, and five years professional level human resource administration work including experience in labor relations and negotiating union contracts. Master's degree in human resource management, public administration or related field, and three years professional level human resource administration work preferred. Apply on-line at http://www.ci.missoula.mt.us/jobs. Closing Date: 5:00 p.m., Friday, February 15, 2019. EEO/AA/ADA Employer. Qualified veterans, women, persons of color, members of the LGBTQ community, and individuals with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.
City of Missoula - City Hall
Human Resources Program Manager
Five years of progressively responsible related professional human resources experience, preferably in the public sector, including at least one year of supervisory or program management experience.
Professional work experience includes: Work involving creativity, analysis, evaluation and interpretation; it involves applying law, principles, or theory; evaluating the research of others; and assessing the need for and validity of proposed changes and improvements in procedures and methods. Professional work requires application of professional knowledge and ability.
Equivalent to a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in the assigned program area. Additional qualifying professional level experience may be substituted for the educational requirement.
License and Certificates:
Professional in Human Resources (PHR) or Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) is preferred.
Must pass a criminal records check.
For more information related to the duties and skills necessary for this position please refer to the Senior Management Analyst classification linked here.
Summary: Application Deadline: Wednesday, February 27, 2019 at 5:00 pm PST
ONLINE APPLICATIONS ONLY
Does being a critical member of a skilled professional team motivate you? Do you exude confidence in managing and practicing a variety of Human Resource disciplines? As a lifelong learner, do you love the thrill of new and interesting challenges? Is it important for you to have fun at work? Have you imagined yourself living in the lush landscape and vibrant culture of the Pacific Northwest?
If you answered yes to these questions this position might be right for you.
The Human Resources Manager plays an integral role in our city organization, which is committed to providing quality services for the citizens of the City of Eugene. Using our unique HR service delivery our team is committed to excellence and innovation as we focus on business partner outcomes.
The ideal candidate has the following key skills and abilities: •Leadership: Fosters employee development and success; provides strategic partnership to managers and supervisors in order to achieve strategic business outcomes.
•Respectful and Inclusive: Helps create and support a work environment that embraces and appreciates diversity; understands the importance of being inclusive in our service delivery.
•Collaborative: Thrives in a collaborative environment, approaches work with creativity and purpose. Is a thinking partner with a high capacity for influence and ability to reach consensus.
•Ethics and Integrity: Respects and maintains confidentiality. Earns trust, respect, and confidence of coworkers and customers through honesty, forthrightness, and professionalism in all interactions.
•Emotional Intelligence: Builds and maintains relationships at all levels within the organization, delivers exceptional customer service.
•Communication: Conveys thoughts and information clearly and concisely, adjusts style to different audiences, excellent writing and editing skills.
•Now and Later: Ability to work at team and organizational level. Understands the importance of imparting community values and council initiatives into our daily work and recognizes where the organization is moving and is able to easily adjust as needed.
The City of Eugene has a strong city manager form of government. In this form of government, the city council develops legislation and policies to direct the City. The city manager, hired by the city council, provides administrative direction to the organization, oversees City of Eugene personnel and operations, and carries out the city council's direction. The City of Eugene has over 1,400 employees and a $722 million total budget. The City of Eugene is service-oriented and a welcoming organization that provides services through six departments: Central Services, Fire and Emergency Services, Police, Public Works, Planning and Development and Library, Recreation and Cultural Services. (JEN – CAN YOU ADD A LINK HERE? LETS SEE IF THEY HAVE THE MOST RECENT STATE OF THE CITY VIDEO UPLOADED AND MAYBE WE JUST LINK TO IT?)
The Human Resources Manager resides in the Human Resources (HR) Division which is part of the Central Services Department. This position reports to the HR Director and is a member of the leadership team. The HR team delivers innovative human resource services to help the City attract and retain a high performing, diverse workforce that creates an overall positive place to work. With a staff of 16 full-time, regular employees, our focus is building trust and confidence within the organization and community as we support departments in reaching their strategic goals and initiatives.
DIRECTOR OF PERSONNEL & TALENT MANAGEMENT
Ten (10) years of progressively responsible experience in public or private personnel/human resources administration or service in education or public administration, including five (5) years in the supervision of a professional staff, experience in selection/recruitment, training, labor relations, and human resources, with a familiarity of affirmative action programs. Bachelor’s degree and considerable knowledge of Human Resources, Labor Relations, Industrial Relations, Personnel, Business Administration, Public Administration, Education Administration or related field required.
Compensation and Application Process
Open Competitive Examination for: Director of Personnel and Talent Management for Waterbury Public Schools - Salary Range $110,000-$130,000 – Open Until Sufficient Applications are Received.
• Excellent Fringe Benefits.
• To Apply you must complete an application which can be found on the website at:
• Home Page of Human Resources—Click on Director of Personnel for details & instructions http://www.waterburyct.org/content/9569/9605/9625/default.aspx
• Application can be found at bottom of Human Resources Home page or with this link
• Or visit Civil Service Office, Chase Municipal Building, 236 Grand St., 2nd Floor, Rm 202 Waterbury, CT 06702 for application and notice of position.
• First Screening process of Applications will be on March 8, 2019—Copies of Degree or Transcripts and applicable Certifications must be submitted with Application. Applications must be submitted via mail to office above or via email at email@example.com or fax to 203-574-8087
• If you have questions about the position please contact our consultant—Ms. Randi Frank at firstname.lastname@example.org or 203-213-3722. See Profile on City Web Site or at www.randifrank.com
City of Waterbury is an Equal Opportunity Employer—E.O..E. M/F/H/V
EEOP Utilization Report available upon request
Summary: DIRECTOR OF PERSONNEL & TALENT MANAGEMENT
POSITION AVAILABLE -WATERBURY PUBLIC SCHOOL
CITY OF WATERBURY, CT
Under the direction of the Superintendent of Schools, working very closely with the Chief Operating Officer, this position is responsible for the development and administration of personnel and labor relations in the Department of Education; provides leadership, direction and guidance for the strategic initiatives and day-to-day operations of Talent recruitment and development of certified and non-certified staff, personnel records and leave policies, collective bargaining and compliance with various state and federal rules and regulations.
• Supervises 10 staff members including: Talent & Professional Development Supervisor, Senior and HR Generalist, HR Assistants and administrative staff.
• Oversees and handles such issues as: unemployment compensation, affirmative action goals, training and development, investigation of complaints (discrimination, harassment, etc.), fair enforcement of leave policies, staff evaluations, performance evaluation for certified staff, recruitment etc.
• Provides leadership and support to management and their subordinates regarding their professional responsibilities, organizational develop, employee services and overall human resources strategic plans.
City of Waterbury
Deputy Director of Human Resources
Keyskills: See job description.
Summary: City of Hayward, CA
Deputy Director of Human Resources
Annual salary range: $138,195 to $163,960
The City offers an attractive benefit package.
Application Deadline: Friday, March 22, 2019
An amazing opportunity to join a progressive leadership team in a city unafraid of change. Strategically located on the thriving eastern shore of the San Francisco Bay, the City of Hayward (pop. ~160,000) has steadily grown, developed and continued to reinvent itself. The Human Resources Department uses a cross training model and rotates assignments to promote and cultivate individual professional growth and fosters flexible work schedules to encourage work life balance.
The Deputy Director of Human Resources provides day-to-day oversight, improves efficiency, and ensures excellent service delivery of citywide human resources programs. The Deputy Director will be a savvy HR professional who is knowledgeable of current and trending practices in the industry. The Deputy Director creatively addresses issues and thinks beyond bureaucracy to find innovative solutions tailored to the unique needs of the organization. Collaboration across departments to find ways to say yes is essential to how the Deputy Director addresses problem solving and delivers customer service. Because the Deputy Director is responsible for accomplishing divisional goals and objectives, they must also be a dedicated project manager, who can manage timelines and projects through to successful completion while ensuring that assigned program functions meet all applicable laws and regulations.
To download the recruitment brochure which includes comprehensive application instructions, please go to: https://secure.cpshr.us/escandidate/JobDetail?ID=432
For more information contact:
CPS HR Consulting
Recruitment brochure: www.cpshr.us/search
City of Hayward, CA website: www.hayward-ca.gov
The City of Hayward, CA is an equal opportunity employer.
Director and above
Human Resources, Director of Employee and Labor Relations
Keyskills: Minimum Requirements:
Bachelor's degree in human resources management, labor law, organizational behavior or other related field and seven years of relevant experience, or a combination of education and relevant experience.
Summary: Salem-Keizer Public Schools is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Director of Employee and Labor Relations.
The Employee and Labor Relations Director, in support of the district Superintendent and Executive Director of Human Resources, develops and implements employee and labor management practices which contribute to a fair, respectful, diverse, and performance-focused organizational culture.
Employee and Labor Relations Director
Salem-Keizer School District – Salem, OR
Employee and Labor Relations Director
Salem-Keizer Public Schools Human Resources (HR) is committed to advancing the department’s position as the best-led, best-managed, and best customer service oriented provider of any school district HR department. We support the district’s mission by creating and sustaining a culture of excellence and outstanding customer service, fostering innovation and growth, promoting diversity and respect, and encouraging balance of work and life responsibilities. The Employee and Labor Relations Director, an integral part of the HR department, manages employee and labor-management relations that contribute to a fair, respectful, diverse, and high-performance culture.
We are seeking an Employee and Labor Relations Director with a focus on the district’s labor relations program and ability to lead HR staff. Reporting to the Executive Director of Human Resources, the Employee and Labor Relations Director is one of three HR director positions, working closely with the Director of Staffing and Strategic Initiatives, the Director of Recruitment and Staffing, and the Executive Director. This position is responsible for developing and implementing a collective bargaining strategy and managing all activities associated with negotiations, including the design, implementation, administration, and application of the collective bargaining agreements, policies, and procedures. This position serves as the lead negotiator and the primary point of contact for the district’s day-to-day technical expertise regarding such agreements. Additionally, this position provides advice, counsel, and training to HR managers, school and district managers, employees, and other members of the Salem-Keizer community in employee and labor relation matters.
Why Salem-Keizer School District is for YOU
We have a strong district mission and serve over 7,000 dedicated staff, two labor unions, and over 42,000 students in a dynamic and progressive work environment. We seek individuals driven to impact the future of our community and improve outcomes for staff and students. Located in the heart of the Willammette Valley in the beautiful Pacific Northwest, we support a lifestyle of recreation, culture, and commitment to elevating the educational outcomes for all the students we serve.
Start Date: June 1, 2019
$104,400 - $132,100 (Salary based on the 2018-19 salary schedule)
Human Resources Specialist I/II
Keyskills: A combination of experience and education that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities may be qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be:
HR Specialist I: Six months responsible Human Resources experience and education equivalent to an Associate of Arts degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in business administration, public administration, psychology or related field are required.
HR Specialist II: One or more years of responsible Human Resources experience is required. Six months related public sector Human Resources experience can be substituted for the one year requirement. Education equivalent to a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in business administration, public administration, psychology or related field is also required.
LICENSE OR CERTIFICATE: Due to the performance of some field duties which require the operation of a personal or City vehicle, a valid and appropriate California driver's license and an acceptable driving record are required.
Summary: Candidates are encouraged to apply immediately as this recruitment may close at any time. The first review of applications will be completed on March 5, 2019 with oral interviews tentatively scheduled for March 21, 2019. Applicants that apply after the first review are not guaranteed to be considered for this recruitment. This recruitment may close at any time without notice after the first review date. Candidates are required to submit a resume that briefly addresses their experience along with a completed on-line application in order for the application package to be considered complete.
The City offers an excellent benefit package and membership in the California Public Employees' Retirement Systems (CalPERS). Retirement formula is based on appointment date and membership status with CalPERS and the employee is required to contribute 13%of pay toward retirement costs.
Currently there is one (1) full-time vacancy in Risk Management. The ideal candidate should be well versed in general liability, workers' compensation, safety, property and general insurance administration, loss control and loss prevention.
This is a flexibly staffed series and the vacancy may be filled at either the Human Resources Specialist I or Human Resources Specialist II level depending on the applicant's qualifications. The eligibility list created from this recruitment may be used to fill future Human Resources Specialist I/II vacancies as they occur.
HR Specialist I ($4,955 to $6,963 per month)
HR Specialist II ($5,478 to $7,709 per month)
DEFINITION: To perform a variety of responsible technical and administrative staff work in support of Human Resources Department functions; provide responsible administrative assistance to professional and management staff.
Human Resources Specialist I: This is the entry-level paraprofessional class in the Human Resources Specialist series. This class is the trainee level and distinguished from the Human Resources Specialist II by the lesser degree of independence, responsibility and accountability exercised in the fulfillment of duties, and by the performance of more routine tasks and assignments.
Human Resources Specialist II: This is the journey-level class in the Human Resources Specialist series. Positions in this class are flexibly staffed and are normally filled by advancement from the Human Resources Specialist I, or when filled from the outside, normally require prior public sector human resources experience.
SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED: Receives supervision from professional and management staff.
For more information and to apply, please visit: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/newportbeach/jobs/2359850/human-resources-specialist-i-ii?pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs