Under administrative direction, the purpose of the position is to ensure that district wide processes and procedures are integrated and implemented consistently in the area of Human Resources Services. Plans, directs, administers, and controls human resources services of the District. Supervises the District’s human resources services for all classified and certificated employees; and works in cooperation with the Director of Classified Personnel who oversees the Districts’ Classified Merit System.
Administers Human Resources Services policies to promote and facilitate the accomplishment of School District goals and objectives; assists in the development, evaluation and implementation of policies and procedures; ensures all appropriate measures are in effect for all services; identifies organizational strategies to promote effective use of district resources.
Develops and maintains a system for personnel records for all employees in order to provide comprehensive, efficient, accurate and current records of all matters pertinent to employment, transfer, tenure, retirement, leave, and promotions.
Keeps abreast of governmental statutes, regulations and rules relating to personnel administration and advises appropriate parties of the provisions of the law.
Plans, directs, coordinates and participates in the recruitment of certificated and classified personnel for the District; maintains open communication with all departments and schools in planning and anticipating certificated and classified personnel needs; supervises the selection of qualified certificated and classified candidates.
Supervises the screening and processing of employment applications of internal and external candidates; maintains up-to-date application files of prospective candidates for all certificated and classified positions.
Receives, reviews and processes requests for transfer according to District policy and regulations.
Interprets existing personnel policies and regulations to the staff and makes recommendations concerning the formulating of personnel policies, regulations and collective bargaining agreements.
Counsels with employees to resolve complaints, difficulties and other matters related to personnel management and works with supervisors on difficult or sensitive personnel matters.
Coordinates and interprets the evaluation program of employees and assists in the development of regulations for the certificated and classified advancement program.
Supports the professional growth program for certificated and classified personnel.
Supervises the reclassification process for classified personnel in coordination with the Director of Classified Personnel.
Drafts job descriptions for new staff positions and coordinates the periodic review and revision of existing job descriptions.
Assists in labor relations activities including preparation for disciplinary actions for certificated and classified personnel, serving as a member of the negotiating team and advising staff on appropriate actions.
Serves as the affirmative action and gender equity officer for the District.
Processes recommendations for termination of employment, assembling substantiating information for dismissal of employees and arranging any necessary conferences and hearings; ensures that exit interviews are conducted for personnel leaving the District.
Administers the contract and salary schedule for all personnel and assists in developing and recommending salary policy and structure.
Prepares and maintains statistical information on all personnel and submits the necessary Federal, State, County and local statistical reports; assists with research pertaining to personnel, including salary research, studies of staff characteristics, professional standards and other pertinent projects.
Prepares the Superintendent's personnel recommendations for submission to the Board.
Develops and administers the human resource program budget; forecasts additional funds needed for staffing, equipment, materials, and supplies; directs the monitoring of and approves expenditures; recommends adjustments as necessary.
Performs other tasks as assigned by the District Superintendent that support the overall objective of the position.
Deadline to apply is January 31, 2020. Please apply via www.edjoin.org
Sanger Unified School District is an Affirmative Action Equal Opportunity Employer
About Sanger Unified School District
Sanger Unified School District is made up of twenty-one schools. There are fourteen elementary sites, a middle school and one comprehensive high school. There are two K-8 and one K-12 charter schools. In addition there is an alternative education continuation school, an alternative education independent study school, a community day school, and an adult school. The district covers 180 square miles and serves a population of 31,000.
Within the boundaries of Sanger Unified is the city of Sanger and the communities of Centerville, Del Rey, Fairmont, Lone Star, Tivy Valley and portions of the Sunnyside area of metropolitan Fresno. Attendance in the District's schools currently numbers 11,360 students.