Salary Classified Management Grade 050: $135,399 - $164,580 annually
Length of Work Year: 12 months
Employment Type: Full Time
4 Year Degree
Internal Number: 2215
The San Diego County Office of Education is recruiting to fill a vacancy for a Director, Classified Human Resources in the Human Resources Services division. Reporting to the Executive Director, Human Resources and the Personnel Commission, the Director is responsible for all aspects of classified human resource matters including classification, compensation, testing, selection, personnel commission functions, overall operations; and serves as personnel director for classified personnel in conformance with Merit System requirements under the direction of the Personnel Commission and in cooperation with County Office administration. This position serves as Secretary of the County Office of Education's Personnel Commission. The Director position is full-time and will offer the classified management benefits package, which includes medical, dental, vision, and life insurance coverage. and will participate in the CalPERS state retirement system.
The Director classification requires a bachelor’s degree in business, public administration, industrial/organizational psychology, organizational development, human resources administration or a closely related field, and five (5) or more years of significant, directly related and progressively responsible experience in public personnel administration, including at least two years of experience in a merit or civil service agency, and at least two (2) years in a management position requiring supervision of assigned staff.
Master's degree and previous Merit System experience strongly preferred.
This position requires knowledge of Merit System provisions of the California Education Code and other applicable California and federal statutes, codes, laws, regulations and related case law pertaining to Human Resources administration and public employment labor relations; principles, practices, problems and techniques of organization, administration and public personnel administration; and job analysis and evaluation methodologies. The Director must have an ability to promote a human-centered culture that elevates the strengths of others creating a sense of belongingness.
In addition to your EDJOIN application, please add the following attachments:
Resume, detailing education and experience
Letter of Introduction
Copies of transcripts verifying BA degree or higher
Two current letters of recommendation
The results of this recruitment will be used to establish an eligibility list to fill the current vacancy and any other vacancies in this classification for the next six months.
Comments and Other Information
Employment with SDCOE is contingent upon successful completion of a post-offer background check and physical exam, which includes a drug screening. The San Diego County Office of Education is an equal-opportunity employer.
Join our amazing team! The San Diego County Office of Education is a collaborative organization that works toward a future without boundaries for our students. We are passionate about equity for students and employees, support innovative learning, offer great employee benefits, and professional growth opportunities!
The San Diego County Office of Education (SDCOE) serves our county’s most vulnerable students, and supports school leaders, teachers, and students across the county. We support nearly 780 schools and more than 500,000 students, including the 3,150 children we educate each year through our Juvenile Court and Community Schools. SDCOE provides a variety of services for the 42 school districts, 124 charter schools, and five community college districts in the county.