SENIOR HUMAN RESOURCES ANALYST
SALARY RANGE: $9,992 – $12,387 PER MONTH ($119,914 – $148,654 ANNUALLY) DOQ/DOE
This is an opportunity for a highly-qualified forward thinking individual with great communication and analytical skills to work alongside a team of dedicated human resources professionals committed to providing exceptional human resources management services to support to a world class organization.
The Marin Water is recruiting for a mid-management level Senior Human Resources Analyst to lead HR programs, perform complex human resources work in the areas of recruitment and selection, workers compensation monitoring (with our third party vendor), assist with employee relations matters, and assist or lead a variety of human resources programs. The ideal candidate will be a seasoned human resources professional highly adept at providing quality human resources support to business partners and in supporting employees with human resource needs. A collaborative minded person with a great knowledge of the principles and practices of human resources and an ability to work with and analyze reports and data will do well in this position. The Marin Water HR Department is excited to embark upon a number of initiatives designed to advance the organization and a creative team oriented person with a strong commitment to great customer service would be ideal for our team.
THE DISTRICT: The District is a medium-sized, municipal, water agency with a Board of Directors/General Manager form of government, 240 full-time employees and a $114,846,000 combined annual operating and capital budget for FY 2022. Annually, the District delivers water to 190,000 residents and businesses in the central and southern portions of Marin County and has stewardship responsibilities for 21,000 acres of pristine watershed lands on Mt. Tam.
This is a management level job class responsible for Human Resources programs. Duties consist of but are not limited to:
• In the absence of the Human Resources Manager, assumes responsibility of the Manager.
• Recommend and assist in the implementation of division goals and objectives; establish performance standards and methods for assigned personnel functions, including recruitment/selection and classification/pay; develop and implement policies and procedures.
• Direct and participate in recruitment activities, conducting high-level or difficult recruitments;
• Direct and conduct classification studies; develop class concepts based on job analysis, position audits, and organization studies; write class specifications and recommend salary rates for new classifications;
• Assist divisions with difficult or complex organizational issues and resolve concerns regarding appropriateness of classification and compensation levels.
• Direct and/or participate in conducting a variety of surveys and studies regarding organization, compensation, classification, benefit, and other human resources related issues; personally analyze study results and make recommendations on complex or difficult issues.
• Perform specialized and complex employee relations work relative to employee discipline, contract interpretation, grievance prevention and administration, performance evaluations, and complaints; schedule and conduct meetings with union representatives, research and investigate issues, and recommend corrective action as necessary for resolution.
• Participate in division budget preparation and administration, including assigned program areas; prepare cost estimates for budget recommendations; submit justifications for staff, supplies, and equipment, monitor and control expenditures.
• Act as a technical resource to human resources staff on a variety of matters, including the performance evaluation system, benefits administration, mandate compliance, training and development, and Workers’ Compensation.
• Prepare a variety of written analytical reports, correspondence, policies, procedures and other written materials.
• Exercises technical and functional supervision over other human resources staff.
In addition to the skills and attributes mentioned above, the ideal candidate will meet the following minimum qualifications:
• Training: Equivalent to a Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in human resources, public or business administration, or a related field. A Master’s degree in human resources, public administration, or a related field is preferred.
• Experience: Four years of progressively responsible professional human resources management experience. Some experience in a public agency setting is preferred.