Title Human Resources Analyst
Categories Human Resources
Salary $20.51 – $25.98 – $36.95
Start Date 2017-08-30
Department Human Resources
Status Full Time
Hours 9 Hour Shift
Job Information

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.

Essential Functions

  • 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.

Competencies

Business Acumen
Effective Communication
Cultural Awareness
Ethical Practice

Qualifications

 

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.

 Physical Requirements

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

Sensory Requirements:

  • Verbal Articulation
  • Non-Verbal Communication
  • Hearing
  • Sight
  • Smell/Taste
  • Touch
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