May 25, 2011 at 2:47 pm #131277
This position supervises professional human resource staff in all recruitment and personnel actions impacting the agency’s workforce and completes human resource projects impacting the entire agency. This position directs and supervises human resource activity for all civil service and commissioned personnel in the Field Operations Bureau, Human Resource Division, Property Management Division, Risk Management Division, Communications Division, Training Division, and the Claims Management program.
Five years of broad-based professional human resource experience including personnel supervision, strategic management, labor relations, classification and compensation, corrective action, and policy development and implementation.Ability to:
Bachelor degree with focus on business administration and/or human resource management or related field AND five years of broad-based professional human resource experience including personnel supervision, strategic management, labor relations, classification and compensation, corrective action, and policy development and implementation. Related experience may substitute year for year for the desired education.To learn more about this opening, click here.
- supervise and develop professional human resource staff
- develop policies and procedures
- participate or represent the agency at statewide negotiations for civil service and commissioned master bargaining agreements
- provide oversight, training and policy modification associated with Civil Service Rules (CSR) and Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) changes impacting human resource practices, policies, and internal processes; ensures communication to appropriate agency personnel through Daily Bulletin announcement, IOC’s, and training programs
- develop, modify, and provide human resource training to Human Resource Consultant/Human Resource Consultant Assistant staff in the Human Resource Division
- maintain current expertise/knowledge of state and federal human resource laws, employment case law, and knowledge of human resource management issues (i.e., strategic management, workforce planning and employment, human resource development, compensation and benefits, employee and labor relations, classifications, occupational health and safety programs, discipline and corrective action planning, etc)
- provide consultation to agency supervisors regarding personnel issues involving harassment, discrimination, and violence in the workplace
- determine Fair Labor and Standards Act overtime eligibility and overtime exempt status of all civil service positions within the agency
- develop, coordinate and provide human resource training curriculum for civil service and commissioned supervisors/managers with the Training Division
- attend statewide human resource manager meetings, Labor Relations Office meetings, and Attorney General’s Office meetings as directed by the HRD Commander
- develop and provide input on decision packages for budget/staffing alterations; analyzes and reviews legislative bills
- complete assigned projects as disseminated by the HRD Commander
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