HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGER

CA CONTRA COSTA COUNTY, CA | Temporary

Post Date: 10/19/2015 Job ID: 1350 Municipal Skills and Departments: HUMAN RESOURCES/RISK MANAGEMENT Pay Rate: 0.00
A local government agency in southern Contra Costa County is looking for an experienced Human Resources Manager to join its Administraion Department to fill a position vacancy for 4+ months. This is full-time position and can be extended or made permanent at clients discretion. Compensation is DOE/DOQ.

PRIMARY DUTIES:
Plans, organizes and directs overall personnel administration and risk management programs and activities; supervises, coordinates, assigns and evaluates the work of staff in these areas.
Supervises recruitment and selection activities to ensure agencywide consistency, job-related valid screening techniques and conformance to federal and state laws and regulations.
Oversees or participates in the development or revision of class specifications; recommends classification and compensation allocations for existing or new positions.
Counsels and advises departments on employee relations practices and techniques and disciplinary matters.
Represents the agency as a member of the management negotiation team.
Supervises the administration of employee group health and welfare benefits and retirement plans.
Oversees the investigation of property, liability and worker's compensation claims; determination of agency liability; and adjustments and settlement of claims.
Analyzes insurance needs and makes recommendations for needed coverage; makes recommendations for reducing losses and the cost of these losses.
EDUCATION, TRAINING AND/OR EXPERIENCE:
Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with major coursework in personnel or human resources management, public or business administration, industrial relations or a related field. A Master s Degree is desirable.
Five years of broad and progressively responsible personnel/human resources management experience, including experience at the supervisory level. Public sector experience is preferred.

REQUISITE KNOWLEDGE AND SKILL LEVELS:
Principles and practices of personnel and risk management program development, implementation and administration.
Federal, State and local laws, codes and regulations governing employment, labor relations, worker's compensation, occupational safety and risk management programs.
Principles and practices of contract and labor negotiations.
Practices and procedures involved in the investigation, evaluation, adjustment and settlement of personal injury, property, liability and/or workers compensation claims.
Principles and techniques of supervision, training, budgeting, record keeping, statistical measurements and applications; risk and insurance financing and accounting.

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