Human Resources Manager
◦Talent acquisition – direct and manage the recruitment and selection process, and train line managers in interviewing and assessment procedures. (Assist appropriate staff with planning and implementing a comprehensive program to recruit, employ, retain, reward, in-service train and develop competent employees for the County’s existing and future needs.)
◦Learning and development – implement and monitor effectiveness of training programs.
◦Organizational Development – Develop strategies for broad employee training and development programs that will enable the organization to develop and transform its workforce in support of future work. Collaborate with leadership to ensure the development and implementation of programs that will enhance productivity and efficiency and ensure an agile and flexible workforce.
◦Human resources policy – develop, implement and maintain human resources policies across the organization, including training programs to educate and promote awareness of regulatory compliance.
◦Reporting and management of human resources metrics – produce reports on key metrics, including remuneration and benefits, workforce characteristics and demographics, absenteeism and turnover.
◦Development of yearly budget for the HR department. Asses staffing needs in cooperation with senior staff members.
◦Leadership – mentor direct reports and provide coaching to help them reach their potential.
◦Compliance-ensure compliance with state and federal employment law.
◦Bachelor’s degree in a course of study related to Human Resources.
◦A minimum of five years’ experience in administration of Human Resources and payroll, or any equivalent combination of skills, knowledge and abilities.
◦SHRM-CP/SCP and APA FPC/CPP required.
◦Knowledge of the BAI financial software system for local government (AS 400) preferred.
◦Local Government experience a plus.