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Human Resources Analyst

Company: County of Colusa
Location: Woodland
Posted on: September 16, 2022

Job Description:

THIS POSITION IS LOCATED IN COLUSA, CA

ONLY APPLICATIONS SUBMITTED THROUGH GOVERNMENT JOBS WILL BE CONSIDERD.

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SALARY: $28.76 - $47.19 Hourly
$4,674.00 - $7,668.00 Monthly
$56,088.00 - $92,016.00 Annually
DEPARTMENT: Human Resources

OPENING DATE: 09/12/22

CLOSING DATE: 10/02/:59 PM

DEFINITION & DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS:

Come Grow With Colusa County!

Are you a dedicated professional who is ready to make a difference in the community? Are you seeking work/life balance and ready to grow your career? Do you enjoy great benefits, competitive wages and opportunities for growth?

If so, come GROW with us and APPLY today!

The County of Colusa Human Resources Department is recruiting for a Human Resources Analyst to perform or assist in complex human resources work involving analytical studies, staff recruitment, maintenance of the classification and salary plan, and perform related duties as assigned.

This recruitment will be used to fill a current vacancy and establish an eligibility list to fill other openings without reposting.

SUPERVISION & EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:

SUPERVISION RECEIVED:

Receives general direction from the Human Resources Director.

SUPERVISION EXERCISED:

May exercise supervision over technical and clerical staff.

EXAMPLES OF DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Held in Common:
Supports the Mission of the County and its elected and appointed officials. Exhibits the duty of loyalty as an employer's representatives.

Provides courteous and timely service to the public as the ultimate employer.

Works cooperatively with other county employees.

Essential Job Specific Duties:

Administers assigned functions, such as recruitment, classification review, compensation studies, employment analysis, leave and benefit administration.

Collects and analyzes data.

Tracks trends and development in assigned functional areas.

Conducts studies, performs research and prepares reports.

Trains employees on various topics.

Other Job Specific Duties

Reviews, interprets and recommend policies.

Participates in working groups and committees.

Manages special projects.

Maintains personnel files in compliance with applicable legal requirements.

Maintains compliance with federal and state regulations concerning employment.

Perform related duties and responsibilities as required.
QUALIFICATIONS:

REPRESENTATIVE COMPETENCIES AND QUALIFICATIONS:

The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and ability required to satisfactorily perform the job's essential duties and responsibilities.

Knowledge of:

Principles and practices of public human resources administration.

Pertinent Federal, State, and local laws, codes, regulations and policies.

Principles and procedures of budget preparation and administration.

Statistical and reporting methods used in administrative and personnel work.

Principles of supervision, training, and performance evaluation.

Office procedures, methods, and equipment.

Basic computer applications and techniques.

Research techniques, business writing and English.

Ability to:

Collect and effectively analyze data.

Interpret and apply County policies, procedures, laws and regulations.

Develop and maintain effective working relationships with others and gain their respect and confidence.

Select, supervise, train, and evaluate staff.

Engender confidence and credibility with regard to complex human resources issues.

Identify, design, and plan projects involving human resources services and solutions.

Employ tact and diplomacy to resolve sensitive human resources issues.

To comfortably interact with County employees at all functional levels.

Evaluate and analyze improvements in operations, procedures, policies, or methods.

Operate all forms of office equipment.

Utilize various software programs relevant to the position.

Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

The following requirements generally demonstrate possession of the minimum requisite knowledge and ability necessary to perform the duties of the position.

One year of experience and exposure to human resources functions.

Equivalent to a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in human relations, public or business administration or a closely related field.

Human Resources professional certification desired.

WORKING CONDITIONS:

The work environment characteristics described are representative of those an employee encounters in performing the essential functions of this job.

Work is primarily performed indoors.

Noise level is quiet to moderately quiet.

Hazards are minimal.

ESSENTIAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of the job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable employees with disabilities to perform the essential duties.

Sit for extended periods of time.
Stand, walk, and bend.
Hear and speak both in person and on the telephone.
Use hands and fingers to operate office equipment.
See well enough to read documents and operate office equipment.
Lift and move up to 25 pounds.

SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION:
ABOUT THE COUNTY
The County of Colusa is a general law county, nestled in the heart of the Sacramento Valley approximately 60 miles north of Sacramento and 100 miles northeast of the San Francisco Bay Area. It is a vibrant community rich in history and tradition, offering a wonderful environment in which to live, work and play. The County, with approximately 22,000 residents, includes two incorporated cities: Colusa, which is the county seat, and Williams. The local economy is largely agriculturally based, producing crops valued at more than $900 million each year and exporting farm commodities throughout the United States and to about seventy countries worldwide.
Colusa County's residents enjoy the best of both worlds: ready access to major metropolitan areas while taking advantage of affordable housing associated with the area's friendly, small town environment. The region is blessed with sweeping mountain vistas, open space, and clear skies.
Some County government business is still conducted within the beloved Antebellum court house which was built in 1861 and has operated continuously ever since. The County's annual General Fund budget is approximately $35.7 million and the total budget is about $113.1 million. The workforce is comprised of 17 department heads and approximately 400 full-time equivalent positions. The County is governed by a five member Board of Supervisors, each of whom represents a district based on an equal representation of the County's population. The Board of Supervisors serve as the legislative body for Colusa County and provide policy direction for all branches of County government including the County Administrative Officer. Each Board member is elected to a four- year term by the voters in their district.
Colusa County also offers many diverse outdoor recreational opportunities and is considered to be a sportsman's paradise. Portions of five national protected areas are located within the county including: the Butte Sink Wildlife Refuge, Colusa National Wildlife Refuge, Delevan National Wildlife Refuge, Mendocino National Forest, and the Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge. Recreational opportunities such as hiking, bird watching, camping, and water sports abound. The Sacramento River, which meanders through the County, along with local lakes, offer world class fishing.

ABOUT THE COMMUNITY
Established in 1850 as one of the original 27 counties created by the first state legislature , Colusa is centrally located approximately 60 miles north of Sacramento. Interstate 5 offers a north / south route through the county. Our location is approximately:

2.5 hours from Lake Tahoe
One hour from downtown Sacramento
Three hours from the Fort Bragg-Mendocino coastline
Two hours from San Francisco

Colusa County's economy is based on agriculture and agricultural-related businesses. As you travel throughout the basin floor, you'll see a variety of crops such as: alfalfa, almonds, Asian pears, beans, corn, cotton and rice.
Our country roads are lined with various natural and man-made waterways where you'll see an abundance of wildlife, including, but not limited to: blue herons, cranes, deer, ducks, fox, geese, pheasants, possums, raccoons and swans.
Take a break from the hustle and bustle of city life and come work for Colusa County!

The County of Colusa is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the County will provide reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with disabilities. Colusa County encourages both incumbents and individuals who have been offered employment to discuss potential accommodations with the employer.

APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT:

250 5th Street
Colusa, CA 95932

Job Type: Full-time

Work Location: One location

Keywords: County of Colusa, Woodland , Human Resources Analyst, Human Resources , Woodland, California

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