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The UC San Diego Human Resources Department is the campus central office encompassing numerous core campus organizations that include DisAbility Counseling and Consulting, Equal Opportunity Services, Compensation and Classification, Benefits, Employee Relations, Talent Acquisition and Data Analytics, Faculty and Staff Assistance Program, Labor Relations, Retirement Resource Center, Policy Development and Work Life, Staff Education and Development, and Temporary Employment Services.
As a member of Campus Human Resources Talent Acquisition and Data Analytics unit, this position provides integrated Human Resources support to assigned campus departments, working directly with departmental senior management, hiring managers and Campus Human Resources.
The incumbent will provide guidance, counsel, and support for the full range of Human Resources related issues. This position will actively participate in the development of staffing goals, recruitment strategies, and is responsible for planning, organization, coordination, and implementation of positions. This position sources candidates and establishes network protocols for identifying and maintaining diverse and qualified candidate pipelines. By utilizing specialized Human Resources and employment expertise, this position supports a variety of Human Resources activities related to general and executive level recruitment, compensation, employee and labor relations, organizational development, policy research and compliance, and effectively analyzes and resolves complex issues without precedent and/or structure.
In addition, and in collaboration with Campus Human Resources, this position advises managers, supervisors, and staff regarding compensation, employee and labor relations matters and organizational development. Provides expert advice to departmental leadership on a broad range of human resources management practices and issues. Exercises leadership and discretionary authority, using a high degree of independence, ingenuity, and analytical skills to resolve complex, unusual, and non-routine problems or issues in a timely and satisfactory manner. Analyzes, drafts, develops, interprets, implements, evaluates, and revises policies, procedures, and guidelines and presents this information to managers and employees. Leads and coordinates support for employees at all levels of the Department. This position may serve in a lead capacity, providing guidance to other Human Resources professionals.
The successful candidate will be a self-starter who is comfortable with the execution and completion of critical deliverables, strong attention to detail, and be driven by a desire to meet the campus business needs.
Two vacancies available:
Vacancy 1 will support the Office of Ethics and Compliance.
Vacancy 2 will support the following VC-CFO departments: Campus Budget Office, Real Estate and Organizational Strategic Initiatives.
Please submit a cover letter for a complete application.
Knowledge and experience with wage and hour laws, and other laws and regulations relating to employment, compensation, collective bargaining, and EEO/AA. Thorough knowledge of human resources concepts, policies and procedures, employment practices, labor relations, salary administration, training and other areas of human resources.
Demonstrated experience in interpreting, analyzing, advising on, and implementing policies, procedures, and regulations related to recruitment, employment, employee relations, performance management, compensation, payroll, benefits, affirmative action, visas, discipline, conflict resolution, and collective bargaining units.
Demonstrated experience participating in short- and long-term strategic HR planning to create, update, and improve policies, procedures, and HR programs.
Experience advising on professional recruitment techniques and processes in a competitive marketplace.
Demonstrated experience (typically two year min.) in administrative analysis or operations research.
Knowledge of a human resources management system (HRMS), and / or other related business software programs and systems. Demonstrated experience working with a variety of software packages including spreadsheet, word processing and database applications, such as Microsoft Excel, Word, and Access.
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