City of San Pablo 13831 San Pablo Avenue, San Pablo, CA, USA
Nov 06, 2018Full Time
POSITION: Under general direction, plans, organizes, and provides direction and oversight for Human Resources Division functions including classification and compensation, recruitment, selection, employee benefits, wellness and engagement programs, workers' compensation and safety, labor and employee relations, training, learning and organizational development. The Human Resources Manager provides highly responsible and complex Human Resources support to City Management. This position reports directly to the Assistant City Manager who serves as the City’s Personnel Administrator. EXAMPLES OF DUTIES: Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following: Essential Plan, direct, and administer all Human Resources programs and functions including advising executive and management staff regarding sound Human Resources practices and techniques to effectively plan for and manage the City's workforce. Develop and implement the Human Resources Division's goals, objectives, policies and programs in accordance with City policies, goals and objectives. Supervise staff performing Human Resources Division functions, schedule activities and set work priorities, provide staff development and evaluate work performance. Direct and administer employee relations activities including contract interpretation, grievance process administration, progressive discipline, facilitate negotiation of new and revised policies and procedures, and maintain ongoing communication with employee unions and associations. Consult with the City Manager, Assistant City Manager, department and division heads, employee representatives and others on matters related to policy interpretation, discipline, grievances and other personnel practices and matters. Coordinate with the City's Risk Management JPA on Workers' Compensation cases, general liability and provision of safety programs. Maintain the City's Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP), ensure compliance and perform all related functions. Provide strategic assistance in labor negotiations. Develop, direct, and administer the City's classification and compensation systems including recommending the adoption or elimination of classifications, recommending salaries, conduction compensation and benefit surveys, and participating in the development of related strategies for labor negotiations. Develop and administer City-wide development and training programs, and employee wellness programs. Direct and administer a comprehensive employee benefits program, administer contracts and plan documents, and monitor the work of third-party administrators. Oversee and participate in the development and administration of the division's annual budget; participate in the forecast of funds needed for staffing, equipment, materials and supplies; monitor and approve expenditures; implement adjustments. Serve as the liaison for the Human Resources division with other divisions, departments and outside agencies; negotiate and resolve sensitive and controversial issues. Remain current of professional and legal issues and continually monitor's the City's compliance with federal, state and local laws and regulations as it pertains to Human Resources. Prepare City Council staff reports and resolutions relating to implementation of new salary levels and amendments to the City’s Classification plan and other items affecting the Human Resources Division. Plan and manage administrative work related to personnel action, mediating any disputes between employees and benefit providers. Administer the maintenance of accurate, complete and up to date confidential personnel files. Participate in the development and implementation of new systems for efficient and effective performance in all above areas. I mportant Perform related duties as assigned. Work Environment : Work is performed indoors, using a computer and other office equipment; working alone; working around or with others.