Under general guidance of the HR Director, the Human Resources Analyst position is responsible for performing human resources administrative work and providing analysis of various human resource programs and initiatives.
- Administer assigned functions such as recruitment, onboarding, collecting and analyzing data, compliance reporting.
- Track trends and developments in assigned functional areas.
- HRIS administration.
- Gather information for employee relations and labor relations issues and work with the HR Director on any issues.
- Administration of benefit plans including enrollments, changes and billing reconciliation.
- Administration of compensation programs including implementing salary changes as required by the MOU, promotions, transfers and change of classifications.
- Assist HR Specialist with administration of government-regulated leaves, Worker’s Compensation, EDD and COBRA.
- Assist HR Specialist with payroll administration.
- Assist with employee activities and events including wellness.
- Train employees/managers on various topics.
- All other duties as assigned.
Skills and Abilities Required
- 2+ years of Human Resources experience preferred
- Union experience preferred
- Strong interpersonal skills
- Ability to maintain confidentiality
- Excellent verbal, written and listening skills
- Computer literacy in Microsoft Office
- Experience with HRIS programs. ADP preferred
Education and Training
- High School or equivalent.
- College degree in related field preferred.
Activity Percent of Shift
- Sitting – 90%
- Standing/walking – 10%
- Crawling/Climbing – 5%
- Bending Over – 60%
- Reaching Overhead – 60%
- Crouching/Kneeling – 30%
- Lifting – As much as 76-100 lbs – Often
- Repetitive Use of Foot Control – Seldom
- Repetitive Use of Hands – Seldom
- Firm Grasping with Hands – Often
- Fine Dexterity with Hands – Often
- Operation of Car or other Vehicle – Seldom
- Exposure to Dust, Gas, Fumes – Seldom
- Exposure to Marked Changes – Seldom
- Exposure to Marked Physical Exertion in excess of 5 minutes – Often
- Verbal Articulation
- Non-Verbal Communication