Human Resources Analyst
Human Resources Analyst Application
Deadline: September 4, 2020, 4:00 p.m.
Do you want to do meaningful work serving the public in an organization committed to providing equal access to justice? The Butte Superior Court is looking for a detail-oriented Human Resources Analyst with analytical and critical thinking skills, a strong work ethic and the ability to work in a fast-paced environment. This position performs a variety of difficult and responsible professional-level technical, analytical, and Human Resources functions including benefits administration, recruitment, classification, research and analysis, legal compliance, training and employee relations. Under general supervision, this confidential, non-exempt classification requires strong relationship management and customer service skills and comprehensive knowledge of technical HR systems and processes. It is imperative the candidate have strong task management and organization skills, due to the often complex and detailed nature of tasks, as well as flexibility, as frequent interruptions and changes are common. Work requires creativity and resourcefulness to accomplish goals and objectives. Incumbent is expected to demonstrate a high level of independent problem solving and have the ability to maintain a high degree of confidentiality. Benefits experience is highly desirable. Candidates will be subject to a background and reference check, including fingerprinting for criminal convictions through the DOJ and the FBI. All offers of employment are contingent upon submission of documents verifying identity and authorization to work in the United States using E-Verify. The California Courts have been serving the public for over 150 years, and the need for qualified and committed individuals continues to grow. Butte Court offers a competitive compensation and benefits package and a rewarding and challenging career with opportunities for professional development and advancement. Don't wait, join our dynamic team!
JOB FUNCTIONS: The following duties are typical of those performed by the incumbent in this classification; however, other duties may also be required. Coordinates Court benefit programs; facilitates open enrollment; maintains benefit-related files, documents and contracts; assists employees regarding benefit-related inquiries. Coordinates the recruitment process including posting job openings; screening resumes and applications, corresponding with candidates, organizing various examinations, maintaining files and related documents, conducting background checks, and monitoring hiring processes to assure adherence to legal requirements, personnel policies and applicable MOUs. Conducts organizational studies; researches personnel issues and regulations; conducts classification, compensation and other surveys of comparable organizations; analyzes results, proposes solutions, and makes recommendations. Facilitates employee orientation/onboarding as well as employee retirement/separation processes. Responsible for monitoring and tracking employees' leaves of absence. Works with employees and third party administrator to coordinate workers' compensation claims from intake through employee's return to work. Provides training to Court employees; assists with coordinating training opportunities inside and outside the Court. Counsels and assists Court staff with the interpretation and correct application of legal requirements, relevant legislation, personnel policies, procedures and processes, MOUs and Resolutions, and other employment issues. Reviews changes in legislation, Rules of Court, et al. and makes applicable recommendations to ensure Court compliance. Reviews and/or produces personnel action forms to document changes in employee status. Audits and maintains HRIS system and assists with maintaining the HR internet and/or intranet sites. Utilizes various software including word processing, spreadsheet, database and desktop publishing programs. May train and provide direction to other Human Resources personnel. Maintains highest degree of confidentiality and professionalism.
KNOWLEDGE OF: Principles and practices of employee and labor relations, recruitment and selection, benefits administration, safety, worker's compensation, and training Judicial Branch, County, State and Federal laws, statutes, rules, ordinances, codes and regulations governing human resources activities and functions Court policies and procedures Court organization and functional responsibilities of each Division Principles and practices of personnel administration, personnel files, records management, and effective customer service Basic principles and practices of accounting, payroll and mathematical computations Computers and word processing and spreadsheet software programs
ABILITY TO: Research, analyze, interpret and apply Court policies and procedures, and Federal, State and local laws and regulations pertaining to employment and employee relations Define problems, collect data, make recommendations for resolution of issues, manage multiple projects, and prioritize multiple tasks and demands Follow oral and written directions and instruction Work within deadlines to complete projects and assignments Provide training to Court staff Work cooperatively, tactfully and courteously with the public, Court employees, justice partners and judicial officers Communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing Safeguard sensitive information and maintain confidentiality Use good judgment Work in a fast-paced, sometimes stressful, environment Operate a variety of office equipment Travel between Court facilities when required
EXPERIENCE: Any combination of education and experience that would provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying.
A typical way to obtain the knowledge abilities would be: Bachelor's degree in Human Resources, Public Administration, Business Administration, or related field. Two (2) years of professional experience in human resources position.
SALARY: $26.34 - $32.01 hourly
- CalPERS retirement
- New/PEPRA Members: 2% at 62
- Classic Members: 2% at 55 Annual Time Off
- 12 Holidays plus 1 Floating Holiday
- 12 days of Sick Leave
- 15 days of Vacation (accrual rate increases with longevity)
- Longevity pay at 10, 15, 20, and 25 years of service
- Choice of 4 Health Insurance Plans (HMO/PPO)
- Dental & Vision Insurance $25,000
- Basic Life Insurance (paid by the Court)
- Additional coverage available for purchase
- ICMA 457
- Deferred Compensation Plan
- ADP Flexible Spending
- Section 125 Account (health/dependent care)
- Employee Assistance Program
Superior Court of California, County of Butte, Human Resources 530.532.7027 - email@example.com