Job ID #2435: Human Resources Analyst I/II

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PositionHuman Resources Analyst I/II
Salary71,808 - 118,525
AgencyCity of Fremont
DeadlineFirst Review December 12, 2018
-An organized overachiever.  You will need to work in a fast-paced environment with competing requirements and deadlines.
-Analytical and data driven.  You will understand and have the ability to research, analyze and present  data on a variety of topics using a variety of sources.
-Creative! You will work to resolve customer challenges with a “Can Do” perspective!
-An experienced HR professional.  You will have demonstrated work experience in more than one HR discipline and have resolved complex Labor Relations challenges; including experience with the collective bargaining process.  
-A polished professional.  You will represent the City at a variety of venues including meetings with bargaining units, employee meetings and off site training sessions.
-Able to build support for and implement change across  a range of diverse interests.
-Able to deliver stand up employee training.
-Able to develop/implement comprehensive succession plans.
-Support the bargaining function including preparing negotiation proposals and completing cost analysis.
-Administer labor agreements and represent the City in labor and management issues.
-Provide information to City employees and others using sound judgment and effective interpretation of policies, laws, rules and procedures.
-Work collaboratively with the Human Resources Manager to provide counsel and assistance regarding employee relations and organizational development matters including employee investigations, disciplinary corrective actions, and grievance resolution.
-Support the administration of the leave of absence program and ensure CFRA/FMLA/FEHA/ADA compliance.
-Support the work of the Citywide Organization Development Team to develop Fremont’s future leaders.
-Support Citywide employee engagement and training initiatives.
-Assist in the implementation and management of the city wide employee Performance Management efforts.
-Support Labor Relations  and Benefits efforts by researching, gathering, analyzing and summarizing data.
-Perform  Benefit research, studies and project management.
-Research and analyze emerging trends in Human Resources and develop recommendations to improve our programs and address challenges.
-Coordinate request for proposals, summarize proposals and make recommendations for the acquisition of services.
-Improve Human Resources efficiencies by implementing industry best practices.
-A Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Public Administration, or a closely related field.
-Two or more years of experience performing Human Resources work would be ideal.   However, the totality of education and experience will be considered to determine the best qualified candidates.
-A valid California Driver’s License.
-A  Human Resources certificate from SHRM, IPMA or Calpelra is highly desirable.
-Labor relations work experience in a public agency and a Master’s degree are highly desirable.

Additional InformationCOMPENSATION & BENEFITS
The annual salary is $71,808—$118,505, depending on qualifications.
Current benefit features include:
CalPERS Retirement Benefit*
-Classic Employees* - 2.0% @ 60 benefit, 3 year final average compensation.
-New Employees *- 2.0% @ 62 benefit, 3 year final average compensation.
-Required PERS contributions vary by plan. All required contributions are tax deferred.
-Cafeteria Benefits Plan for employees/dependents includes $2,130.13 monthly to purchase medical, dental and vision plans. Child care and medical expenses can be paid for with pre-tax dollars.
-City paid, 2% 401(a) Contribution.
-A generous leave plan including Management Leave.
-A complete benefits summary can be found at or by using this link: Benefits Summary
*Refer to CalPERS web site for complete definitions of Classic and New employees:
This is an Unrepresented Management position with a 12 month probationary period.
A complete  benefits summary can be found at
To be considered for this  position, apply online by submitting a completed City application, cover letter and resume through our online application system:
The testing process for this position may include an individual and/or panel interview, written exercise, background investigation including credit and reference checks, and other selection components.  Only those candidates who have the best combination of qualifications in relation to the requirements and duties of the position will continue in the selection process.  Meeting the minimum qualifications does not guarantee an invitation to participate in the process.