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Human Resources Analyst Trainee

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County Of San Bernardino San Bernardino , CA 92401

Posted 2 months ago

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The County of San Bernardino seeks dynamic, creative and innovative individuals with strong analytical skills looking to start their career as HR professionals.

Opportunity to automatically promote to HRA I (Up to $146,948 in total compensation)

upon successful completion of trainee period.

PLUS FUTURE SALARY INCREASES
3.0% Effective July 20, 2019
3.0% Effective July 18, 2020

OUR EXCELLENT BENEFITS INCLUDE

Under close supervision, Human Resources Analysts Trainees provide professional level HR support in one or more of the following functional areas: recruitment and selection; classification and compensation; equal employment opportunity; and benefits administration.

There are immediate vacancies in recruitment/selection or classification. The eligible list established may be used to fill future vacancies in benefits administration and Equal Employment Opportunity. Depending on assignment, essential duties include:

  • Managing full cycle recruitment and selection processes, including conducting job analysis; planning and managing recruitments; developing job announcements and advertising plans, promotion on social media, local, regional, and national job boards as appropriate; sourcing and engaging talent; evaluating applicant qualifications for employment; developing minimum requirements and predictive selection instruments.

  • Conducting classification studies of new and existing positions; performing job analysis to establish new classifications; developing/revising class specifications; conducting compensation studies and salary surveys; making salary recommendations for new classifications; conducting total compensation surveys and research in support of negotiation processes; conducting organizational studies, analyzing organizational structures, and making recommendations on organizational realignment.

  • Developing, reviewing, and coordinating comprehensive employee benefits programs and plans; developing and coordinating Requests for Proposals (RFPs); researching and preparing specifications and evaluating bids; interpreting and monitoring vendor contracts to resolve complex contractual issues and ensure compliance and/or performance; developing a variety of employee benefits materials and conducting informational presentations to employee groups.

  • Responding to and investigating complaints of employment discrimination and harassment; conducting in-depth interviews, gathering and evaluating information, determining facts, preparing reports, and making recommendations; researching, interpreting, developing, and providing countywide presentations and trainings on relevant legislation, policies, and procedures; supporting the County's Equal Opportunity Commission; making presentations to new employees, other formal bodies, and the public.

Conditions of Employment: Trainees must acquire the necessary knowledge and skills and demonstrate successful work performance to qualify for promotion to Human Resources Analyst I within 12 months or be terminated.

NOTE: We are also accepting applications for HR Analyst I - Recruitment/Selection/Classification; a separate application is required for interested applicants.

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Minimum Requirements:

Option 1: A Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in Business or Public Administration, Behavioral or Social Science, Human Resources Management, Organizational Psychology, Communications/Marketing or a closely related field.

Option 2: Candidates possessing experience as a Personnel Technician for San Bernardino County Human Resources may substitute experience for education on a 2 for 1 basis up to a maximum of 4 years of experience for 2 years of education. Qualifying experience must include one or more of the following areas: recruitment/selection (conducting recruitments, developing job announcements; evaluating applicant qualifications; and researching advertising sources and placing ads); classification/compensation (researching and responding to salary/benefits surveys, updating class specification, and reviewing routine requests); benefits administration (researching, interpreting, explaining and applying state, federal or other benefits related regulations, policies and procedures, researching and developing request for informal bids; and researching and responding to benefits related surveys); equal employment opportunity (complaint intake, assist in researching responses to DFEH or EEOC complaints, and supporting EEO commission). Qualifying education must include at least 15 semester/23 quarter units in the qualifying degree areas.

Desired Qualifications:

The Ideal Candidate will exceed in the following:

  • Experience supporting HR functions in the areas of recruitment/selection, classification, equal employment opportunity or benefits administration for a government agency's HR department.

  • Be eager to learn, take on new challenges and not afraid to ask questions.

  • Be a team player with a positive attitude and ability to work cooperatively with peers and clients.

  • Possess outstanding analytical skills and be an innovative problem solver with the imagination and common sense to come up with solutions that are both creative and practical.

  • Excellent organizational skills with the ability to take initiative, adapt, prioritize and multi-task in a fast-paced environment.

  • Possess excellent written and oral communication skills, advanced computer skills, including MS Office and publishing software and experience using multiple social media platforms.

Selection Process:

There will be a online assessment of knowledge and skills which may consist of the following areas:

  • Personal Effectiveness and Interpersonal Communication

  • Human Resources Concepts

  • Written Communication

  • Analysis and Attention to Detail for Decision-Making

Details of the online assessment process will be emailed once the recruitment has closed. All communications regarding the remainder of the selection process will be via email. Be sure the email provided on this application is always current; it is your responsibility to update your personal information. Update your Spam, Junk, Bulk and Firewall settings as needed to ensure that you receive all information pertaining to this recruitment. Be sure to provide an email address that you check frequently and that will not spam/block/filter communications from email addresses with the following domain _____@hr.sbcounty.gov.

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Human Resources Analyst Trainee

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County Of San Bernardino