Closing Date: May 1, 2018
The HR Generalist II carries out the following functional areas: talent acquisition, employee relations, training and development, benefits, compensation, departmental development, FMLA, Workers Compensation, Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS) and other HR and agency projects.
The work in this class involves complex work projects in a wide variety of Human Resources areas requiring minimal supervision. Employees in this class work a conventional work week. The work requires minimal physical exertion.
TYPICAL EXAMPLES OF THE WORK:
- Partners with departmental managers to execute the day to day operations of the Convention Center and the Department of Human Resources.
- Serves as an advocate for the employees, community, leadership and business partners to promote a great culture and environment.
- Evaluates job applications for minimum qualifications, records and acknowledge applications received; sets up and participates in interview panels that determine the hiring and promoting of personnel.
- Interviews and screens job applicants; prepares advertisements; post positions on the application tracking system; market positions with various social media outlets, partners with community based organizations and the Department of Human Resources to promote career opportunities and advancements.
- Reviews position classification requests and job specifications and make recommendations to manager; conducts organizational and staffing studies and makes recommendations; submits and ensures accurate paper work is submitted accurately and timely for approval.
- Recommends personnel policies and procedures; provides information to employees on benefits and procedures.
- Manages FMLA, Workers Compensation, and Leave Management policy. Ensures City, State, and Federal policies and laws are followed.
- Acts as agency liaison with the Department of Human Resources and other agencies, confers on HR matters, and resolves problems.
- Conducts New Employee Orientation, organizes and assists with Staff Development activities, trainings and City wide activities.
Education – A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university.
Experience – Three years of experience in human resources, industrial psychology or organizational development.
EQUIVALENCIES: Equivalent combination of education and experience may be substituted for the education requirement. SELECTION PROCESS: Only candidates who meet the minimum qualifications will be considered for this classification.