Job ID #2474: Senior Human Resources Analyst



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PositionSenior Human Resources Analyst
 
Salary$6,809.03 - $8,276.43 Monthly
 
AgencyCity of Chula Vista
 
Deadline01/31/2019
 
Description
Minimum Qualifications
Any combination of education and/or experience and training that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying.  A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be: three years of increasingly responsible experience in the human resources field and training equivalent to a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in personnel management, public administration, business administration or a related field. Public sector human resources experience in the areas of recruitment, selection, classification and compensation is highly desirable.

Essential Functions

Functions may include, but are not limited to, the following: provide leadership, train and participate in the coordination and implementation of recruitment and selection activities including announcement development, application screening and evaluation, examination selection and development, testing and candidate certification; assist in overseeing announcement preparation, sources for recruiting, correspondence and application review; design, develop and administer selection tests including but not limited to training and experience evaluations, multiple-choice tests, structured interviews, writing exercises, performance test and assessment centers; construct test items, review and analyze test results and recommend passing scores; perform research to determine reliability and validity of tests; coordinate and conduct structured interviews; instruct interview boards of pertinent department procedures and State and Federal rules and regulations; develop and implement diversity strategy to enhance recruitment, employee relations and other employment/policy matters; apply diversity initiatives; provide technical assistance to staff; provide staff support in labor contract negotiations and arbitration; interpret labor contracts to represented employees and department managers; draft and recommend contract language; research, analyze and report on costs of contract proposals; participate in the collection and evaluation of salary and wage data; oversee salary studies for various classifications conducted by lower level staff; conduct classification and reclassification studies; allocate positions; develop and revise classification specifications, and recommend salaries and/or bargaining units; plan, coordinate and conduct large and/or highly sensitive and political classification studies that may involve multiple job classes and/or cross departmental lines; perform the more difficult work related to the development of class specifications and allocation standards; oversee classification and reclassification studies performed by lower level staff; evaluate recruitment/selection and classification/compensation protests and appeals; prepare responses; and explain examination methods and results to departments, employees, applicants/candidates and the general public as appropriate; confer with employees, department heads, labor representatives regarding recruitment, examinations, compensation plans, position allocation data evaluation, contract provisions and other pertain information; plan, participate in and evaluate special projects requiring coordination of activities across departmental and functional lines, to include the responsibility of project leadership over other professional and technical staff; develop and revise City human resources policies and procedures; conduct specialized research, analyze data, determine steps required to reach a conclusion or desired result and prepare written and statistical reports and recommendations for a variety of human resources issues and topics; make oral presentation as required; update and revise rules, regulations, and various handbooks as appropriate; may conduct human resources-related presentations and/or classroom training; analyze the effects of new laws or administrative regulations as it affects human resources programs.  
 
Additional InformationFor additional information about the position, please visit our website at www.chulavistaca.gov.
 
To ApplyTo be considered, applicants must submit a City Application by 5:00 p.m., Thursday, January 31, 2019. Candidates whose applications indicate education and experience most directly related to the position will be invited to participate in the selection process. Apply online at  https://agency.governmentjobs.com/chulavista/default.cfm.