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Human Resources Analyst I/II/Sr. (Employee & Labor Relations)

County of Tuolumne Human Resources   Sonora, CA   Full-time     Human Resources
Posted on June 2, 2022
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This exciting opportunity is for the Human Resources Analyst who wishes to deliver consultation, facilitation and resolution strategies for workplace issues raised by employees, managers or collective bargaining members.   In the role, you will assist and support administrative investigations, employee discipline, collective bargaining agreement negotiations and administration, grievances and other complaint processes, legal compliance, policy development and implementation, and non-industrial leaves of absence and disability management. 

THE IDEAL CANDIDATE

Our new Human Resources Analyst will have an understanding of employee and labor relations and be self-directed, solution driven, team oriented, and positive.  The incumbent must be able to partner with departments and other key stakeholders of the County to help support their needs.   It is expected that you will be a responsive professional with exceptional communication skills, both written and verbal.  The ability to be calm and collected in confidential, high-pressure situations is critical to being successful in this position.  As an important part of our team, you will operate with a high level of collaboration and engagement. 

THE DEPARTMENT

The County of Tuolumne Human Resources & Risk Management Department  provides services to all County  departments to assist employees at all levels of the County’s organization and Board of Supervisors to advance the County’s goals.  The department is responsible for employee relations, labor relations, collective bargaining,  employee leaves management, benefits administration, classification and compensation, recruitment and retention, workforce planning,  development, and training, risk management and employee safety programs, and liability insurance administration.  The department operates with a staff of six dedicated public servants who are strategic partners and pride themselves on finding creative solutions for our County departments.

THE MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Human Resources Analyst I/II/Sr.: Equivalent to graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with major coursework in human resources management, business, public administration, or a related field; or equivalent to graduation from a two–year college and certification as a human resources professional through the completion of an approved formal training program such as those developed by the International Public Management Association for Human Resources or California Public Employers Labor Relations Association.

Human Resources Analyst II: Two (2) years of professional experience personnel and/or human resources, preferably in the public sector, or one (1) year of experience equivalent to Human Resources Analyst I at Tuolumne County.

Senior Human Resources Analyst: Three (3) years of progressively responsible human resources generalist experience, preferably in the public sector, or two (2) years as a Human Resources Analyst II in Tuolumne County.

THE COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS

The County of Tuolumne offers a comprehensive compensation and benefits package.

  • Human Resources Analyst I (non-exempt): $27.0551 - $33.0287 /hr.
  • Human Resources Analyst II (non-exempt): $29.8931 - $33.0287 /hr.
  • Senior Human Resources Analyst (exempt): $74,778 - $91,289 /yr.

The Human Resources Analyst series is part of the Executive/Confidential compensation plan.  Employees under this plan are afforded the following benefits:

  • Health, Dental and Vision insurance coverage with up to $2,119 County contribution towards those plans.
  • $200k County provided life insurance policy, accidental death and dismemberment policy.
  • Longevity incentive pay for 5 (2.5%), 10 (5%), 15 (10%), 20 (15%), and 25 (20%) years of service.
  • Advanced degree pay: 5% for Master's degree.
  • CalPERS and Social Security retirement.
  • County contribution to 457(b) deferred compensation: 7% of base wage upon completion of probation increasing to 8% at five years of service.
  • 12 paid holidays.
  • Personal Leave in lieu of sick/vacation:  200 - 300 hours annually, depending on years of service.
  • May be eligible for Public Service Student Loan Forgiveness program.
  • Housing down payment assistance program.
  • Dedication to professional development: Education assistance/reimbursement program, career coaching, mentoring, and job shadow programs.

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THE APPLICATION PROCESS

Candidates that best meet minimum qualifications will be invited to participate in our interview process.   To be considered for this opportunity please apply online.  APPLY NOW!  This position is open until filled. EOE