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Deputy Human Resources Director

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DEFINITION: Under administrative direction, plans, organizes, and supervises a major division of the Human Resources Department; assists the Human Resources Director in the development and administration of the County human resources program; and performs related duties as required.

EXAMPLES OF DUTIES: Directs, coordinates and supervises the work of staff members in the recruiting, testing, and classification, training, certification, compensation, and benefits programs; reviews with Human Resources Analysts their recruiting plans, job analysis, tests, classification studies and the like and provides suggestions or assistance as necessary; serves as spokesperson or management representative in meet-and-confer sessions with employee representatives and assists in the contract administration process; acts for the Human Resources Director as assigned at the Board of Supervisors, Civil Service commission and other departmental meetings; interprets civil services rules, County policies, procedures, programs and objectives to County officials, employees, employee representatives and the public; develops, implements, and evaluates policies and procedures to improve the human resources program to better meet departmental and County needs and to satisfy changing laws and regulations; coordinates and participates in community and other salary surveys; analyzes and interprets salary survey data and comparative fringe benefit practices and recommends changes; coordinates with the Administrative Office staff regarding organizational requirements for new or existing programs.

EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS:

1. Four years of progressively more responsible professional experience in human resources administration; or,
2. a combination of training, education, and experience that is equivalent to the employment standard listed above and that provides the required knowledge and abilities.

Knowledge of: federal and state laws and regulations which relate to the human resources function; current practices in human resources administration in the areas of recruitment, selection, affirmative action, classifications, and compensation.

Ability to: deal tactfully and persuasively with others on controversial issues; prepare and present accurate and comprehensive reports and recommendations both orally and in writing; assemble and analyze facts and formulate rational conclusions; understand, interpret, apply and explain complex regulations, laws, and guidelines; coordinate human resources program objectives with the general goals of the organization.
 



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