South Coast AQMD's Human Resources (HR) office has a staff of 17, performing a full range of professional human resources functions. HR is a high-volume, high-expectation unit in the Administrative and Human Resources department with a critical mission, and our closely knit HR team works hard to provide excellent service.
We seek a team player who thrives on challenge and change in a dynamic environment, takes pride in finding creative and workable solutions to problems, communicates clearly and effectively, and is sensitive to organizational needs, employee goodwill, and the agency's public image.
Under general direction, this Human Resources Analyst (Risk Management) position is responsible for a wide variety of personnel duties in the Risk Management unit, requiring strong professional, technical, and analytical skills; and does other work as required.
In addition to the Minimum Qualifications which follow, the most competitive candidates will also possess the following:
- Experience working in a union environment is desired
- Three (3) years of experience performing complex management analyst assignments with limited direction under a Safety and Workers' Compensation program
- A valid Class C Driver's License at the time of appointment
- Possession of an OSHA 30 card (General Industry, 29CFR Part 1910) at the time of appointment or be able to complete within six (6) months from the of date of hire
- Possession of a HAZWOPER 40-hour certificate (29CFR Part 1910.120) at the time of appointment or be able to complete within six (6) months from the of date of hire
Training and experience at the professional journey level which would demonstrate good knowledge of the principles and practices of public personnel administration, including position classification, wage and salary administration, recruitment and selection, employee benefits, employee relations and affirmative action; basic laws, regulations and standards governing employee benefits, worker's compensation and safety programs; organizational and administrative analysis and research methodology; functions, operations and objectives of the South Coast AQMD; computers and computer applications; basic statistical methods and techniques; report writing methods and practices.
Ability to perform a wide variety of technical and professional work in position classification, wage and salary administration, recruitment and selection, employee relations or affirmative action; conduct studies and analyses of personnel, administrative and organizational policies, procedures and programs; research assigned topics, assemble and analyze data and prepare and present recommendations and reports; perform a variety of technical duties involved in the conduct of South Coast AQMD employee benefits, workers' compensation and safety programs; understand, interpret, explain and apply personnel and South Coast AQMD rules, regulations, standards and procedures; carry out assignments and projects without detailed instructions; analyze situations and adopt an effective course of action; communicate effectively, orally and in writing; evaluate and recommend improvements in operations, systems, procedures, policies and methods; establish and maintain effective working relationships with South Coast AQMD personnel and other agencies; maintain required confidentiality in carrying out assignments, studies and projects.
Evidence of the required knowledge, skills and abilities may be demonstrated, in part, by graduation from an accredited college or university, preferably with a major emphasis in public, business or personnel administration or a related field.
A master's degree in one of the above areas or related fields may substitute for some of the professional level experience.
Deadline: 3/31/23 11:59pm
To apply and for full job details, please visit our Careers page at: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/scaqmd