This role will perform all functions of the Office of Employee Relations identified in the Protocol for the Coordination of Reported Violations of the RVSM and ADP between OIE, AHR, OER and Unit Leadership, as amended, including: reviewing notices of complaints; consulting with and advising campus units concerning interim employment actions; tracking and monitoring pending matters; facilitating communication between OIE, relevant campus units and other stakeholders; reviewing Preliminary and Final Investigative Reports, closing letters and similar documentation; consulting with campus units concerning appropriate employment actions in consideration of relevant law, regulation, University policies and collective bargaining agreements; and properly tracking and documenting actions taken. This position will also provide input and consultation in human resources and labor relations matters and may perform other labor relations duties.
Unit Specific Education/Experience/Skills
Knowledge equivalent to that which normally would be acquired by completing a four-year college degree program in Human Resources Administration, Labor and Industrial Relations, or a related field; three to five years of related and progressively more responsible or expansive work experience in human resources administration, project management, data and/or statistical analysis, and/or program development and implementation in a Human Resource area related to the area of employment; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Master’s in human resources/Labor Relations or similar degree with a focus on human resources or labor relations.
Required Application Materials
Resume and at least three professional references, including two current or former supervisors
Internal Number: 636851
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