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International Public Management Association - Human Resources

Proud Recipient of the 2017 IPMA-HR Chapter Award for Excellence and
2017 WRIPMA-HR Outstanding Chapter Award

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  • 04/12/2018 9:33 AM | Selina Zapien (Administrator)

    Final Filing Date: 04/26/18

    Salary: $47.17-$70.76 Hourly/ $3,773-$5660 Bi-weekly

    Under general direction, the Human Resources Manager (Rep20) performs complex managerial and analytical work in the management of a major division of the Human Resources Department; plans, administers, and directs one or more program areas including labor relations, recruitment, examination development and testing, classification and compensation, benefits administration and payroll and personnel actions, retirement, organizational development, training, equal employment, or other personnel program area; directs the work of human resources professionals; assures Division compliance with applicable laws, ordinances, and codes; and acts in the absence of the Director.


    This management classification is populated with multiple incumbents. Human Resources Managers manage a major program or section of the Human Resources Division, assist the Director in administering the City's Human Resources Program, and act for the Director during absences. This classification is distinguished from Senior Personnel Analyst in that the Human Resources Manager manages one or more programs or sections while the Senior Personnel Analyst performs responsible professional personnel work in one or more programs or sections.


    Knowledge of:

    Principles and practices of modern human resource management and public administration including labor relations, staffing, testing, examination development, recruitment, classification, organizational development, training, equal employment, salary administration, benefits administration, and retirement.

    Public relations techniques and practices. Effective practices used in collective bargaining.

    Federal, State, and local laws, regulations, codes, policies, and agreements in the public sector.

    Principles and practices of personnel management, including supervision, training, and performance management.

    Effective management principles and organization. Budget development principles and practices.

    Statistical concepts and methods used in human resources programs.

    Standard negotiating strategies, tactics, and impasse procedures; effective administration of grievance procedures.

    Current literature and trends in public and private sector human resource management. Principles of management rights, representation rights, and unfair labor practices.

    Practices used in public negotiations and patterns of arbitration decisions. Procedures for administering disciplinary appeals, including arbitration.

    Project management. Effective team building. Merit system principles.


    Any combination of education and experience that would provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be:


    Five years of progressively responsible administrative analytical experience in personnel programs, including a minimum of two years of advanced journey level or professional supervisory experience.



    A Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in public or business administration, human resources management, or a closely related field.


    Additional experience may substitute for the required education on a year-for-year basis. Proof of Education:

    Proof of education such as college transcripts and degrees must be submitted to the City of Sacramento Employment Office in person, as an attachment(s) to the online application, or fax to (916) 596-1556. If submitting in person or via fax, please include your name and Recruitment #020038-18 on your documents.

    An applicant with a college degree obtained outside the United States must have education records evaluated by a credentials evaluation service. This evaluation must be submitted before you will be considered for any positions.


    Driver License:

    Possession of a valid California Class C Driver License at the time of appointment. Individuals who do not meet this requirement due to physical disability will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis.

    For questions concerning this job announcement and the application process:

    Please visit for a comprehensive, step-by-step guide to the application process.

    Visit the City of Sacramento Human Resources Department website at; Send an email to;

    Call the Human Resources Department at (916) 808-5726; or Visit the Human Resources Department at Historic City Hall, 915 I Street, Plaza Level, Sacramento, CA 95814.

  • 04/10/2018 4:57 PM | Selina Zapien (Administrator)

    Director of Human Resources 
    Annual salary range: Commensurate with qualifications and experience of the successful candidate. 
    Application Deadline: Monday, April 30, 2018 

    The Port of Oakland is looking for a forward and strategic thinker who can still function as a working manager. The Director of HR for the Port of Oakland will serve in one of the nation's most diverse cities. The successful candidate will join an organization that generates significant annual revenue as well as touches nearly every resident with its services and programs. 

    The Director of Human Resources is a senior management position at the Port of Oakland and provides the strategic vision and leadership in the development of all aspects of human resources for the Port. Reporting to the Chief Financial Officer (who is responsible for finance and administration), the Director also works closely with the Port’s Executive Director and Executive Management team. 

    This position requires a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university plus five years of increasingly responsible human resources management work experience. The ideal candidate will possess 7-10 years of senior human resources experience, preferably in the public sector in a complex civil services and unionized environment. 

    To be considered, please submit a detailed résumé, cover letter, and a list of six work-related references (who will not be contacted until the late stages of the recruitment and will be coordinated with the successful candidate). Please submit your materials through our website at: 

    For more information contact: 

    Teresa Webster 
    CPS HR Consulting 
    (916) 471-2462 

    To view an online brochure for this position visit: 
    Port of Oakland website: 

    The Port of Oakland is an equal opportunity employer.


  • 04/09/2018 1:06 PM | Selina Zapien (Administrator)

    Final Filing Date: May 4, 2018

    Salary: $139,584-$172,332 annually

    The City of Santa Monica is seeking a Human Resources Manager to lead the Labor and Employee Relations HR Division in delivering the department’s mission to provide exceptional service to the public, employees and City departments.

    Known for their amazing pier and beach, wonderful restaurants, and historical landmarks, Santa Monica is one of the most desirable destinations to live and work in.  As a progressive, caring community with a commitment to sustainability, the City of Santa Monica is constantly striving to ensure healthy, clean and memorable experiences for its residents and visitors.

    Santa Monica is a Charter City with a Council-Manager form of government.  The City Manager, Rick Cole, was appointed by the Council in 2015.  Under the direction of the Human Resources Director, the Human Resources Manager, will support the entire City organization in providing best in class labor and employee relations services.  The City has a total budget of $774.9 million for FY 2017-2018 and the Human Resources Department budget is $5 million with 27 staff members. 

    The ideal candidate for this position will be a forward thinking, people centric, team player with a strong background in delivering public sector employee and labor relations services.  This candidate will be an experienced leader and innovative problem solver with solid expertise in labor and employee relations.  Successful candidates will have experience operating within a fast-paced, data driven environment and possess the ability to respond to multiple stakeholders, while building productive relationships that are in in the best interest of the City.

    Graduation from an accredited college or university with a bachelor's degree in Human Resource Management, Public or Business Administration or a closely related field is required.  A master's degree in a related field is highly desirable.  Five years of public sector human resources experience including significant experience in employee relations and labor relations is required; and two of the required years must consist of supervisory and/or management experience. 

    Interested individuals should submit a letter of interest and resume by May 4, 2018 electronically to The position is open until filled.  Materials should reflect size and scope of management experience including staff managed, budgets administered, union contract negotiation experience, and significant human resources accomplishments. A complete brochure is available at

    Confidential inquiries are encouraged and should be directed to Ms. Brett Byers, 323-403-8279. or to Ms. Yonnine Hawkins, 323-252-1655,

  • 04/06/2018 10:08 AM | Selina Zapien (Administrator)

    Final Filing Date: May 25, 2018

    Salary: $77,100-$93,708 Annually

    Pittsburg was established as a fishing village nearly a century and a half ago at the confluence of the Sacramento and San Joaquin Rivers. The City is located thirty miles from San Francisco and home to a convenient BART station. Pittsburg is a city of both progress and promise. 

    The Human Resources Department supports the City of Pittsburg by providing comprehensive and timely human resources services. We have the responsibility for developing and implementing innovative strategies and programs that enhance the work experience for our employees. Our objective is to attract, develop, motivate and retain the best-qualified employees whose diversity and skills contribute to and sustain the City of Pittsburg as a quality organization.  The department is staffed with a Director of Human Resources, one Senior Human Resources Analyst and two Human Resources Specialists.

    The Human Resources Analyst performs administrative and professional work in a variety of areas of human resources management including classification, compensation, recruitment, examination, employee relations, safety, training, and benefits; performs surveys and studies and analyzes data; prepares reports and recommendations; maintains the City's personnel recordkeeping systems and other documentation programs; to serve as the subject matter expert on multiple subjects; and participates as a positive and effective team member.

    Minimum Qualifications:

    Qualified applicants must possess a bachelor's degree in public administration, business administration, human resources, psychology, or a related field supplemented by at least three (3) years of progressively responsible experience performing administrative, program/project management, and/or analytical functions in a public agency or other similar organization. Work experience in human resources is desirable.

    For more information or to apply, please visit:

  • 04/06/2018 9:48 AM | Selina Zapien (Administrator)

    Salary: $133,868-$208,668

    Final Filing Date: Monday, May 7, 2018

    San José is the 10th largest city in the United States and is recognized as the capital for the world’s center for innovation. San José is also home to an energetic, talented and diverse population and is located within the beautiful San Francisco Bay Area with an abundance of great weather.

    The Human Resources Department delivers innovative and timely human resources services and leadership to enable the City, its departments, and employees to provide world class municipal services to its residents and visitors. The Department Divisions include: the Employment Division, the Benefits Division, the Health and Safety Division and the Strategic Support Division. Powered by People, one of seven enterprise priorities for the City Manager, is also overseen by the HR Department. This priority is intended to support employee retention, engagement, and advancement through training and development programs. The City Manager’s Office of Employee Relations handles labor and employee relations.

    The newly added Assistant Director is an executive-level staff position that will be responsible for providing leadership and support in the planning, organization, and overall direction for the operations of the department. The Assistant Director will report to the Director of Human Resources and provide supervision and guidance to the Department’s Divisions. With a demanding workload, fast paced environment, and limited resources, the new Assistant Director must be organized, able to lead and mentor staff, an excellent communicator, and maximize the use of technology to improve service delivery.

    To view the online brochure and submit your materials, please visit:

    For information about this position, please contact:

    Teresa Webster
    CPS HR Consulting
    Ph: 916.471.3462

    To view an online brochure for this position visit:
    City of San José website:

    The City of San José is an equal opportunity employer.

  • 04/05/2018 10:20 AM | Selina Zapien (Administrator)

    Final Filing Date: April 24, 2018 at 4:30

    Salary: $4,846-$5,620/biweekly

    Under the general direction of the Director of Human Resources or his/her designee, provides oversight of the daily operation of the Human Resources Department with a focus on Employee and Labor Relations and customer service excellence. This position also assists in the development and interpretation of policies and procedures for recruitment, testing, interviewing, evaluation, compensation, staff development, training and discipline.  


    • Functions as the Director of Human Resources in the absence or unavailability of the Director; and
    • Supports Director of Human Resources in all department activities as needed; and
    • Assists with the supervision and management of the Human Resources Department staff to ensure excellent customer service, and 
    • Assists with management of Human Resources Department budget and vendor contracts; and
    • Ensures compliance with  all Federal, State and local laws, and Authority policies and procedures; and 
    • Conducts complex investigations into alleged violations of policy or law; and
    • coordinates personnel matters, requiring legal interpretations with Authority’s legal counsel; and    
    • Maintains an effective fair employment practices program; and
    • Provides professional advice and counseling to employees regarding rights, classification, benefits, privileges and responsibilities; and 
    • Ensures that the Authority’s various employee benefits are properly and efficiently executed in accordance with Authority policy and contractual agreements; and 
    • Participates in development and maintenance of classification, reclassification and salary structures, including development and maintenance of job descriptions; and    
    • Assists in the management of the Authority’s negotiation process with the collective bargaining units; and
    • Partners with other members of the Human Resources team and Authority legal counsel to provide training and support to supervisory and management personnel in the administration of collective bargaining contracts, resolution of personnel issues, grievances, disciplinary actions and other employee relations issues; and
    • Supports management with preparation of employee evaluations; and
    • Acts as a mediator regarding organizational development, compliance and intervention; and
    • Responds promptly when information is requested by agencies with proper jurisdiction and authority; and
    • Provides tools to assess skills, and access to development resources for staff support and training; and    
    • Completes complex assessments, and reports regarding Human Resource operations, programs; and

    • Composes  professional level memos and letters for executive and legal purposes; and,

    • Attends Board of Commissioners, all-staff and departmental meetings as required.


    Bachelor’s degree in Business, Human Resource Management, or other related major.

    Seven (7) years of relevant Human Resources experience, including two (2) years managing staff.

    Three (3) years managing and/or leading an Employee Relations function in a unionized environment.  

    Equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.

    Requires a valid California driver’s license and an insurable driving record as conditions of employment.


    KNOWLEDGE OF: Principles and techniques or personnel and human resources management; public sector labor management principles and State and Federal statutes; and principles of risk management.

    ABILITY TO: Plan, organize, and direct the work of staff engaged in personnel activities; mediate employee disputes; investigate employee complaints; prepare clear and concise reports and present them effectively both orally and in writing; work effectively and collaborate with diverse groups of individuals at all organizational levels; conduct training and/or make effective presentations; analyze situations accurately and adopt an effective course of action; communicate effectively, both orally and in writing (or with audio and visual capacities); maintain ethical standards, confidentiality, and integrity;  demonstrate proficiency in use of MS Word, Excel and Power Point in a PC environment.

    TO APPLY:  Please complete an Employment Application online at Applications must be received by 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 24, 2018.


  • 04/05/2018 10:17 AM | Selina Zapien (Administrator)

    Final Filing Date: April 17, 2018 at 4:30

    Salary: $2,406.79-$2,862.22/biweekly 

    Under  the direction of the Director of Human Resources or his/her designee,  Provides support to the Human Resources team by performing complex and confidential clerical and administrative tasks.  


    ·         Assists all member of Human Resources department with general clerical tasks including but not limited to document collection, data entry, word processing, phone answering, and scanning; and 

    ·         Maintains accuracy and completeness of personnel files and HRIS data; and

    ·         Performs initial screening of employment applications for minimum requirements; and

    ·         Assists with all administrative aspects of the employee recruitment process and training classes; and 

    ·         Reviews and facilitates personnel transactions; and

    ·         Reviews and enters life insurance, pension, and medical benefits; and

    ·         Processes disability, and unemployment compensation claims; and

    ·         Prepares and runs regular reports from multiple locations, including HRIS; and

    ·         Conducts new hire orientation information review and initial data entry of new hire information; and 

    ·         Processes benefits and payroll documents; and

    ·         Prepares and posts job announcements on applicable web site and physical locations; and

    ·         Responds to survey questionnaires; and

    ·         Serves as a contact person for Oakland Housing Authority employees and building visitors; and

    ·         Administers details of, and assists in resolving problems in fringe benefit program; and

    ·         Administers & coordinates COBRA,  and other personnel programs; and

    ·         Drafts examination announcements; and 

    ·         Drafts basic memoranda and documents as assigned; and

    ·         Orders and inventories office supplies; and

    ·         Prepares and enters documents into electronic accounting systems; and

    ·         Assists with scheduling and coordination of HR team calendar


    Graduation from high school or G.E.D., and completion of 60 hours of credits from an accredited college;


    Two years of increasingly responsible experience in performing technical clerical duties in a personnel office, including fringe benefits administration;

    A bachelor’s degree, with an appropriate major, and three years of applicable experience.

    Equivalent combinations of education, training and experience will be considered.


    KNOWLEDGE OF: human resources related laws, modern office practices, methods, practices and basic terminology used in accounting.

    ABILITY TO: follow oral and written directions; communicate effectively and confidentially; perform financial and statistical clerical work; make rapid and accurate mathematical calculations; use a desk-top computer.

    TO APPLY:  Please complete an Employment Application online at Applications must be received by 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 17, 2018. 

  • 03/26/2018 1:07 PM | Selina Zapien (Administrator)

    Final Filing Date: April 15, 2018 11:59 p.m.

    Departmental Human Resources Analyst I Monthly Salary: $5,357 - $6,511

    Departmental Human Resources Analyst II Monthly Salary: $5,997 - $7,289

    Contra Costa County recognizes that our employees are our biggest asset. We value the contribution of our team members and work collaboratively to solve problems and introduce innovative solutions. If you are a creative HR professional who is ready to join our progressive team and hit the ground running, then this is the job for you!
    The Departmental Human Resources Analyst classifications are part of a flexibly staffed series and are used in multiple departments throughout the County. Vacancies may be filled at any level in the series, depending upon the selected candidates' experience and qualifications, as well as departmental needs.

    Incumbents perform professional-level human resources functions in a variety of areas including, but not limited to:

    • Recruitment and Selection
    • Classification and Compensation
    • Employee/Labor Relations
    • Training and Development
    • Performance Management
    • Leave Administration

    The ideal Departmental Human Resources Analyst candidate:

    • Is analytical, technical and resourceful in nature
    • Has broad knowledge and experience within a variety of HR functions
    • Is self-motivated with the ability to anticipate needs and take on projects and tasks that need to be completed
    • Has a flexible approach to the job with the ability to quickly reprioritize work as needed to accomplish goals
    • Is highly organized with excellent follow-up and follow-through skills
    • Has a welcoming, professional and personable demeanor
    • Is able to work effectively with a diverse workforce
    • Has excellent oral and written communication skills

    A few reasons you might love this job:

    • Exposure to a variety of HR activities that allow for learning opportunities and career growth
    • Using your expertise to make a positive impact on complex organizational operations
    • Working with a knowledgeable and diverse team who is passionate about what they do
    • Influencing a dynamic group of Directors, Managers and Supervisors through constant guidance to assist them in reaching operational goals

    To view the full job description, along with knowledge and skills requirements for each analyst classification, please visit the website: The employment list established from this examination may remain in effect for one year.


    Tentative Writing Proficiency Date:  April 18, 2018
    Tentative Oral Board Date:  May 3, 2018

    Typical Tasks:

    • Provides consultation to departmental staff on personnel practices, policies, regulations and procedures
    • Provides guidance and interpretation to departmental staff on Personnel Management Regulations, Administrative Bulletins, Memorandums of Understanding, Salary Regulations, Resolutions and reference materials related to recruitment, testing and classification; assists in the formulation of new personnel policies, procedures and practices
    • Conducts compensation and classification analysis and makes recommendation regarding the appropriateness of salaries and allocation of positions; prepares position adjustment resolutions and board orders for the Board of Supervisors agenda; may prepare fiscal cost and organizational analysis
    • Investigates employee grievances and serves as a department representative in the grievance process, up to and including mediation and some arbitration proceedings
    • Provides consult, advice and recommendations to department staff on employee performance and discipline issues; investigates employee misconduct and recommends appropriate level of discipline; prepares disciplinary documents including reprimands and Skelly notices; and may serves as Skelly hearing officer
    • Works with County Counsel in arbitrations, mediations, Merit Board appeals, and trial proceedings; gathers and analyzes information; prepares formal documentation; testifies during hearings; and implements legal decisions
    • Investigates and responds to employee discrimination and harassment complaints, and works closely with County Counsel in preparing written responses toEqual Employment Opportunity Complaints or Department of Fair Employment and Housing complaints
    • Administers departmental reassignments and temporary upgrades; reviews and approves personnel transaction requests
    • Identifies, develops, and presents training on departmental personnel related matters, employee relations, and human resources issues; conducts new employee orientations
    • If authorized by the County Human Resources Director, may plan, develop, and administer recruitment, examination and selection processes for Department-specific classifications
    • May evaluate requests for leave of absence and ADA accommodations; participate in the interactive process; coordinate return to work and worker's compensation programs; and advise employees and management staff on various leave management issues
    • May develop and implement the department safety program


    Minimum Qualifications

    Any combination of education and experience that would likely provide the required knowledge, skills and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge, skills and abilities would be:
    Possession of a Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university. A major in human resources management, business administration, industrial/organizational psychology, public administration or closely related field is preferred.
    Departmental Human Resources Analyst I: Two (2) years of full time experience performing complex technical or paraprofessional Human Resources duties.
    Departmental Human Resources Analyst II: Two (2) years of full-time or its equivalent professional human resources experience. Qualifying experience should include areas of responsibility such as conducting classification studies, compensation analysis, recruitment and staffing, employee and/or labor relations, and leave administration.
    Note: Professional Human Resources experience is defined as performing duties that require interpretation, independence of judgment and application of defined principles, practices and regulations.

    Apply online:

  • 03/26/2018 1:04 PM | Selina Zapien (Administrator)

    Final Filing Date: Continuous, Open until filled

    Salary: $96,206-$116,940 Annually


    Why join the Contra Costa County Public Works Department?

    Contra Costa County recognizes that our employees are our greatest asset. The Public Works Department provides construction, maintenance, and infrastructure improvements within the unincorporated area of the County and the Flood Control District, as well as maintenance of county buildings and grounds. The department is organized to conform to the process of developing and building projects. Public Works maintains 660 miles of roads and 150 miles of streams, channels and other drainage facilities as well as 93 county buildings. In order to achieve these goals the Public Works Department needs to have an effective manager who will lead our departmental Personnel team and maintain strong partnerships with Department staff,  County Human Resources,  Labor Relations teams.  

    The Departmental Personnel Officer will report to a Deputy Director and will be responsible for managing, coordinating and supervising staff performing payroll, employee and labor relations, training, safety and personnel operations for the department.  

    We're looking for someone who is:

    • An effective relationship builder who develops and establishes rapport and maintains mutually productive relationships and relates well to people from varied backgrounds and in different situations.
    • A resilient leader who is a capable decision maker who identifies and understands issues, problems, and opportunities while adjusting effectively in changing priorities, work processes, responsibilities, and environment.
    • An organized, results-focused individual who thrives working in a fast-paced environment with competing requirements and deadlines.
    • Knowledgeable in current labor relations trends and issues, with the ability to effectively represent the Department in grievances and negotiations.
    • A professional and ethical leader who maintains and promotes individual and organizational integrity, accountability, effectiveness, and high standards for the conduct of all activities.

    What you will be responsible for:

    • Advising the executive and management team on personnel management issues and the formulation of departmental policies and procedures.
    • Exercising direct supervision over assigned professional and administrative staff.
    • Advising managers and supervisors on labor relations issues, union MOU/CBA interpretation, disciplinary actions, grievances, employee coaching, counseling, performance monitoring and evaluation, employment laws, and County and Department policies.
    • Partnering with the Labor Relations Division in the County Administrator's Office on labor negotiations and the implementation of MOUs in the Department
    • Providing training to managers on labor issues and trends, including administration and facilitation of disciplinary and grievance processes.
    • Investigating employee complaints and concerns and providing recommendations or solutions.
    • Keeping current with federal, state and local employment laws to ensure the Department management and employees are in compliance.
    • Developing and implementing strategies related to recruitment, hiring, retention, and succession planning activities for the Department.
    • Overseeing the Department's timekeeping and payroll processing and ensuring effective collaboration with the Auditor-Controller's Office and adherence to County requirements.
    • Overseeing the Department's training and safety programs, including assessment of department wide training needs and developing strategies to implement training.

     A few reasons you might love this job:

    • You will work in a highly visible role within the Department.
    • Your work will have a direct impact on one of most important relationships for the Department.
    • You will be challenged daily.
    • You will work with people who are passionate about their work.

     A few challenges you might face in this job:

    • You will work in a highly complex unionized environment with rules and policies that at times are overlapping and conflicting, and your staff will expect your help and guidance in determining how to proceed.
    • You will have many stakeholder groups to consider, sometimes with competing interests and agendas, and you must manage and meet expectations.
    • You will be expected to exercise sound judgment in making decisions on sensitive issues with a high consequence of error.

    Competencies Required:
    Legal & Regulatory Navigation - Understanding, interpreting, and ensuring compliance with laws and regulations.
    Professional Integrity & Ethics - Displaying honesty, adherence to principles, and personal accountability.
    Negotiating - Reaching mutually satisfying agreements and compromise.
    Leading Cross-Divisional Collaboration - Demonstrating cooperation and teamwork while working within and across divisions and teams.
    Coaching & Developing Others - Supporting others in stretching and expanding their capabilities.
    Displaying Ownership and Accountability - Holding self and others accountable for measurable high-quality, timely, and cost-effective results.
    Building and Maintaining Relationships - Establishing rapport and maintaining mutually productive relationships.
    Decision Making – Choosing optimal courses of action in a timely manner.


     Any combination of education and experience that would likely provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge skills, and abilities would be: 

    1. Possession of a Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university with a major in Business or Public Administration, Social or Behavioral Science, Human Resources Management, Organizational Development, or a closely related field.
    2. Four (4) years of full-time or its equivalent personnel management experience which included responsibility for conducting or participating in negotiations with labor organizations on issues pertaining to employer/employee relations, and the performance of departmental personnel functions, at least two (2) years of which must have been in a supervisory or lead capacity. Experience in a public sector agency is desirable.


    Apply online:

    The process may include a panel interview and performance exercise. Applicants will be required to complete a supplemental questionnaire at the time of application. Meeting the minimum qualifications does not guarantee an invitation to participate in the selection process. Applications will be screened down further using the desirable qualifications and competencies listed above. 

    You must attach a cover letter detailing why you are interested in this opportunity to your application.


    It is the policy of Contra Costa County to consider all applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, ethnicity, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender, gender identify, gender expression, marital status, ancestry, medical condition, genetic information, military or veteran status, or other protected category under the law.

  • 03/23/2018 11:01 AM | Selina Zapien (Administrator)

    Final Filing Date: Continuous, until filled

    Salary: $46.01-$55.91 per hour/$7,976-$9,692 per month/$95,706-$116,298 annually

    ***This is a temporary position, not to exceed 6 months or 1,040 hours***

    The incumbent will need to be successful in a permanent civil service hiring process to be considered for the permanent position

    The human resources team at the Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing (HSH) strives to support HSH’s mission by recruiting and retaining the passionate individuals who work at HSH. The human resources team acts as champions of HSH’s culture and values.

    As a Senior Human Resources Analyst, you will lead a full range of human resources activities for the department.  Your primary job functions will be related to employee/labor relations support and you will serve as the department's reasonable accommodation coordinator. You will also have the opportunity to be involved in recruitment and selection activities, policy development, and other special projects. 

    With your knowledge of applicable state, federal, and local employment laws and practices, you will serve as the department’s reasonable accommodation coordinator, review leave requests, advise on EEO, employee and labor relations issues. You will partner with the Human Resources Manager, Department of Human Resources and the City Attorney’s Office to interpret policies, collective bargaining agreement provisions, and procedures and advise on fair and equitable employment practices. At the same time, you will provide human resources advice, expertise and counseling in the areas of performance management, absence management, and coaching and development. You will use your ability to think creatively and your commitment to customer service in every facet of the job.

    Current Position Type: Temporary
    The incumbent will need to be successful in a permanent civil service hiring process to be considered for the permanent position.

    The many benefits of working for the City and County of San Francisco include:

    • Vacation: 10 days per year (after one year of service); 15 days per year (after five years of service); 20 days per year (after 15 years of service)
    • Sick Leave : 13 days per year
    • Legal Holidays: 11 days per year
    • Floating Holidays: 4 per year

    The Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing supports a healthy work-life balance.  Flexible work schedules, including 9/80 work schedules, are available to all eligible employees.  In addition, HSH employees receive a free gym membership to Fitness SF.

    View the job posting and submit your application today!

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