Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Human Resource Assistant with Xactware (Orem, UT)

Title:  Human Resource Assistant              
Reports To:  Director of HR
FLSA Status:  Full-Time Non Exempt                      
Department: Human Resources

Summary of Responsibilities

The primary responsibility of the HR Administrative Assistant is to assist the Director of HR in areas specific to Human Resources as well as learning all areas and aspects of administrative support and will act as a back-up to other areas of specialty. The HR Administrative Assistant will answer phones, as well as perform daily tasks as specified.  The HR Administrative Assistant will project a professional image of Xactware to callers, visitors, and fellow employees and conduct themselves in a proper and confidential manner.

Essential functions:
1.     Assist Director of HR in all recruiting efforts, including: career fairs, job posting, screening and tracking of applicants, scheduling and interviewing.
2.     Assist Director of HR and General Managers in keeping job descriptions current
3.     Assist Director of HR in issues pertaining to employee benefits, programs, policies and procedures
4.     Assist Director of HR in keeping all employee and legal documents current
5.     Answer phones/greet visitors
6.     Assist with corporate hosting, company parties, and luncheons as requested
7.     Assist CEO, Vice Presidents and managers as assigned and needed
8.     Train in all areas of HR operations to become a back-up to the other team members
9.     Other duties, projects and assignments as assigned and needed.

Job Qualifications:
1.     Excellent communication skills-both written and verbal.
2.     Familiarity with recruiting and with HRIS systems a plus
3.     Ability to perform several tasks concurrently with ease and professionalism
4.     Proficiency with word processing and spreadsheet software, strong Internet skills
5.     Excellent organizational skills, detail oriented
6.     Ability to work in a team and contribute to the strength and cohesiveness of the team.
7.     Professional appearance, demeanor, and a strong commitment to confidentiality

Working Conditions:
1.     General office working conditions and environment
2.     Occasional exceptional hours as needed to meet deadlines

This job description does not list all the duties of the job.  You may be asked by management to perform other duties.  You will be evaluated in part based upon your performance of the tasks listed in this job description.


Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Corporate Recruiter with (Provo, UT)

Overview: Are you prepared to scout out the dream team? We need the best-of-the-best, who can then go out and find the best-of-the-best. We are looking for a home-run-hitting Corporate Recruiter to source new talent and fuel our rapid growth. A few areas you will focus your super powers on are: online marketing, maintaining and farming a strong talent network, and developing new talent acquisition channels. Our already excellent team is high-energy and success driven. We know there are more winners out there that would love working here. We want you to join the exponential growth over the coming years. If you think you’re the one to make it happen and harvest the cream of the crop, then this could be the place for you. Your mission, should you choose to accept it: Corporate Recruiter.

Position Responsibilities:
  • Always present in the best possible light
  • Actively source the absolute best talent in software development, system engineering and information technology
  • Develop new talent acquisition channels-- need to penetrate the industry and market thoroughly
  • Leverage your recruiting with ground-breaking ATS technologies
  • Have your game face on and think outside the box-- variety is the spice of life my friend. Let’s get creative and be effective
  • Help plan recruiting and company overview events that are out of this world
  • Maintain a strong online and social networking presence-- can’t go hiding in the corner, we need you out there and reaching the masses so you can bring in the best
  • Achieve monthly hiring quota and keep standards high
  • Be a Rock Star-- represent our company and culture
Position Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • 2+ years recruiting experience in technical environments
  • Strong network in technology sector
  • Proven experience in applicant tracking and human resource information systems
  • Extensive knowledge of full-cycle hiring processes
  • Strong presentation and communication skills
  • A people person is clearly a must
  • Basic knowledge of HTML
  • Experience working at a software company
Benefits: We offer stellar compensation plans, a fast-growth career track, and sweet benefits-- including medical, dental, life, disability, time-off, a gym membership, creative allowance, cross-function training, and more.


Thursday, October 18, 2012

Compensation Analyst with Franklin Covey (Salt Lake City, UT)

Title:  Compensation Analyst
Reports to:  Chief People Officer
Company Information

FranklinCovey is a global company specializing in performance improvement. We help organizations achieve results that require a change in human behavior. Our expertise is in seven areas: Leadership, Execution, Productivity, Trust, Sales Performance, Customer Loyalty, and Education. Our mission statement is “We enable greatness in people and organizations everywhere”.  We fulfill this mission by hiring “Achievers with Heart”.

Job Summary
The Compensation Analyst helps develop, recommend and be the primary administrator of FranklinCovey’s compensation systems ensuring they are effectively aligned with getting results to move the company toward achieving profitable growth.

Essential Job Functions
o   Develops, recommends and administers compensation plans that are in alignment with the company mission and vision.
o   Administers sales and consultant pay plans including the calculation of sales commission plans and consultant pay each month.
o   Studies and analyzes market data and internal ranges in order to determine pay levels that are in alignment with the company compensation strategy, and market competitive pay that is internally equitable.
o   Ensures job descriptions and pay structures are accurately aligned to add value and facilitate career paths and succession planning.
o   Manage compensation data to ensure accuracy and availability when needed.
o   Conducts and participates in compensation surveys that are valuable to the organization.
o   Ensures legal compliance in relation to compensation.
o   Partners with company managers to ensure all region/team compensation needs are met.
o   All other projects and duties as assigned.
Position requires a minimum of 2-4 years general compensation experience required; BA/BS preferred.  Strong computer skills and must be exceptional with Excel.   Must possess an understanding of human resources laws relevant to compensation.  Experience with and the ability to use and interpret market data.  Position requires exceptional people skills including written and verbal communication skills.  We are looking for a team player and proven self-starter with strong initiative.
Franklin Covey is an Affirmative Action Equal Opportunity Employer


Trade Recruiter with SOS Employment Group (Salt Lake City, UT)

 A growing company is looking for an experienced Trade recruiter to work in our Murray office.  This is a great opportunity which offers growth potential, great benefits and a competitive wage.
Candidates should be organized self-starters with ability to establish and exceed benchmarks for quality customer service. As a Trade recruiter you will be conducting service calls, developing pools of candidates for employment and maintaining the office. You can expect on a daily basis to be hiring and monitoring a sufficient resource of skilled and qualified temporary associates to match with jobs that meet client needs. Experience in client retention and customer satisfaction is an important skill to this position.
  • Collaborate with Branch, RAD, Region and Corporate Sales management to maintain an ongoing awareness of open positions.
  • Establish working relationships with branch, RAD, region management teams to gain their cooperation and support for recruitment training and initiatives.
  • Identify and maintain regular contact with recruiting sources which can generate prospective in-market candidates with skills that meet current and prospective client needs.
  • Coordinate and participate in internal or external recruiting events as needed / requested.
  • Contact and prescreen Temporary Associate candidates. Introduce prospective candidates to the appropriate branch office.
  • Recruit and pre-qualify prospective candidates for direct hire placement. Introduce direct hire candidates to branch personnel or clients as appropriate.
  • Maintain and submit weekly activity and outcome reports to RAD/regional management.
  • Establish collaborative relationships with other Regional Recruiters to leverage strengths, coordinate event participation (as appropriate), and share best practices.
  • Complete other assignments assigned by manager in an accurate and timely manner.
  • College degree or equivalent years of experience and training
  • Minimum 1 year related experience
  • Able to effectively communicate with all levels of company personnel and outside contacts
  • Good organizational skills and detail orientation
  • Strong interpersonal skills.
  • Able to use company data system to perform job duties
  • Able to maintain a travel schedule consistent with job duties.

Talent & Human Resource Solutions Intern with Xerox Services (New York, NY)

 Job Description
At Buck Consultants you’ll discover an innovative, high-energy environment that inspires top achievement. As a prestigious highly successful leader in providing employee benefit, actuarial, outsourcing and HR management consulting services, we have the strong resources, solid reputation and global reach to enrich your work life and enhance your career.
 Assists project teams in preparing deliverables 


Duties and Responsibilities
•Assists in the development of client deliverables (e.g., charts, graphs and reports) •Works under close supervision of senior level consultants •Limited client interfacing
•Special projects or assignments as instructed by supervisor/manager

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required •Pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources Business Administration, or related field
•Ability to manage time effectively and work under deadlines
•Strong analytical and problem solving skills
•Strong computer skills; i.e., with spreadsheets, work processing, and presentation programs
•Able to grasp / apply compensation concepts
•Able to work in a team environment
Xerox Business Services, LLC and its subsidiaries is an Equal Opportunity Employer and considers applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, creed, religion, ancestry, national origin, age, gender/sex, marital status, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, use of a guide dog or service animal, military/veteran status, citizenship status, the basis of genetic information or any other group protected by Federal or State law or local ordinance. People with disabilities who need a reasonable accommodation to apply or compete for employment with ACS may request such accommodation(s) by calling 866-419-2226 or by sending an e-mail to [Click Here to Email Your Resume].

Company Overview
We are a group of talented people who provide business process outsourcing and information technology (IT) services to schools, small businesses, government agencies, and Fortune 1000 companies – we span all types and sizes of organizations – worldwide. We are dedicated to innovation, service and giving our clients the freedom to focus on what matters most: Their real business.

We have the technology and services to take on all our clients’ essential business processes. It’s a powerful statement and one that defines and differentiates our company. We offer our clients the most diverse array of business process and IT outsourcing support. We’re the people who make technology work for a variety of industries, including education, energy, financial, government, healthcare, retail, and transportation

Human Resources Internship with Verizon Wireless (Rochester, NY)


A Verizon internship is a chance to channel your drive and enthusiasm. An experience that puts you front and center. Hands-on. Contributing your creative energy to high-impact projects from the moment you arrive. And because we know the value of your education, we pay you for the talent and solutions you bring to the table. In this summer internship program you will be offered an opportunity to be involved in meaningful work/projects; be exposed to daily operations; attend informational sessions; participate in networking activities with other interns, professionals, and business leaders. You'll learn from the best minds in the industry and have a unique opportunity to use your Human Resources knowledge and skills in an environment dedicated to maintaining industry superiority. You will be introduced to useful tools and resources that will help you grow both professionally and personally throughout the program. Internship opportunities available in any one of the following areas: Staffing Administration Benefits Administration Compensation Employee Relations Talent Management Staffing Programs and Initiatives (Employee Experience) Candidates graduating after December 2013 (interns) are encouraged to apply at Start dates for these opportunities are typically in the spring/summer.


To be successful you ll need: To be enrolled in an Undergraduate/Graduate Human Resources/Labor Relations or equivalent degree program To be graduating after December 2013 3.0 GPA or better in major preferred Previous human resources internship experience preferred Interest in pursuing a career in human resources Strong analytical skills and solid communication skills Strong command of MS Office Products (Specifically Excel and PowerPoint) Our recruiters will review your application for available intern HR opportunities at Verizon. If a possible match is identified, a recruiter will contact you to further discuss your skills and professional interests.

Equal Employment Opportunity
We are an equal opportunity employer m/f/d/v.
Job ID: 298945


HR Assistant - Executive Office Division with Rainforest Alliance (New York, NY)

Reports To: Vice President, Human Resources
Type: Job Opportunities
Locations: United States - New York, NY

The Rainforest Alliance is an international nonprofit organization that works to conserve biodiversity and ensure sustainable livelihoods by transforming land-use practices, business practices and consumer behavior. Based in New York City, with offices throughout the United States and worldwide, the Rainforest Alliance works with people whose livelihoods depend on the land, helping them transform the way they grow food, harvest wood and host travelers. 

Position Summary: 
The Human Resources Assistant will be responsible for providing support to the Vice President of Human Resources and will work with other members of the HR team in areas such as Community Life, Benefits, Recruitment, Internship and Volunteer programs, and other HR-related functions. This individual must possess strong writing and organizational skills. 

  • S/he will provide administrative support to the VP of Human Resources and manage calendar, scheduling, invoices, monthly AMEX statements, expense reports and other tasks as assigned;
  • In coordination with the HR Associate, s/he will organize community life activities such as staff outings, holiday parties and special gatherings, as well as purchase and present gifts of appreciation;
  • S/he will manage the department intranet site on SharePoint;
  • S/he will assist with recruitment-related responsibilities such as sorting incoming resumes in the personnel inbox, pre-screening for specific recruitments, scheduling, reference checks, posting on internal/external sites, processing payments/invoices and maintaining/updating the recruitment database in Access;
  • Participate in the maintenance of confidential personnel files in accordance with legal requirements and ensure personnel files are complete, current and accurate; 
  • Ensure the internal HR drive is organized and maintained in a logical order;
  • Maintain adequate levels of supplies and forms for HR team;
  • Research HR-related topics and resources as needed;
  • Coordinate the internship and volunteer program;
  • Coordinate the employee exchange program; and
  • Other duties as assigned. 
  • Bachelor’s Degree;
  • 1-3 years administrative experience, focus on HR preferred;
  • Knowledge of HRIS systems preferred, ADP experience a plus;
  • Proficiency in Microsoft programs, knowledge of SharePoint is a plus, familiarity with conducting internet research and comfortable working with database programs;
  • Ability to prioritize multiple tasks and strong organizational skills are required;
  • S/he must be detail-oriented, possess strong analytical skills and have the ability to maintain professionalism and discretion on confidential matters;
  • Must have excellent writing and verbal communications skills;
  • Ability to be flexible, work with interruptions, and shift priorities of work as required; and
  • Positive attitude and ability to work well in a team environment is important. 
Commensurate with experience. Competitive benefits package provided.

Send resume, cover letter and salary history to Human Resources, Rainforest Alliance,  665 Broadway, Suite 500, New York, NY 10012; Fax: 212-677-2187; Email: If emailing, use the following format in the subject line: first name and last name, job title of position you are applying for.

HR Assistant with Freedom House (Washington, DC)

Freedom House promotes the spread of freedom and democracy around the world through research, effective advocacy, and programs that support frontline activists.  We are a leader in identifying threats to freedom through our highly regarded analytic reports, including Freedom in the World, Freedom of the Press, Freedom on the Net, Nations in Transit, and Countries at the Crossroads.  With 13 field offices and two U.S. offices, we support the right of every individual to be free.

Position Summary
The HR Assistant will assist with the administration of the day-to-day operations of the human resources functions, duties and responsibilities. This position is based in Washington DC and reports to the Human Resources Director. This is a part-time position for up to 20 hours per week.

Minimum Qualifications
  • Bachelor’s degree in related field
  • Minimum 2 years of directly related experience
  • Strong ability to communicate effectively in English, both verbally and in writing
  • Ability to communicate fluently in a second relevant language strongly preferred
  • Mastery of MS Office Suite, specifically Word, Excel and PowerPoint
  • Ability to apply superb attention to detail and consistently and speedily produce error free work
  • Extremely perceptive person, who is capable of relating to individuals at all levels
  • Dependable, consistently at work and on time, strictly follow instructions and policy
  • Demonstrate accuracy and thoroughness, and monitor own work and ensure quality
  • Demonstrable commitment and passion for client-centered service delivery
  • Possess a long-term interest in the Human Resources profession
  • Discretion, flexibility, the ability to deal with and negotiate conflict effectively
  • Ability to consistently apply good judgment in problem solving and decision making
  • Strong ability to plan, organize, prioritize work, and multi task to meet tight deadlines
  • Exhibit ethical conduct and maintain the highest degree of confidentiality regarding all aspects of work at all times
Some Duties and Responsibilities
  • Maintain accurate employee files safely, securely, and in line with FH policy
  • Reconcile benefits statements and process invoices for payment
  • Support the on-boarding process to include orientation, file set-up and maintenance
  • Assist with development, and training logistics and recordkeeping
  • Assist with performance management and improvement tracking systems
  • Assist with employee communication, employee safety, welfare, and health reporting
  • Assist with the prompt and accurate processing of separations
  • Schedule seminars and conferences by reserving facilities within and outside the organization 
  • Prepare documents, reports and presentations
  • Make photocopies, fax documents and perform other clerical functions
  • Assist with talent acquisition and retention functions as assigned
  • Conduct new employee orientation as needed
  • Ensure all work products meet standards, policies, and mission of Freedom House
  • Other related duties as assigned.
We invite qualified candidates to send a resume, and cover letter with salary history and desired salary
(only candidates who send salary requirements will be considered for the position) to: or fax at (202) 822-3893, Attention: HR Dept., referencing 2012-097 HR Assistant. Only candidates who have been selected for an interview will be contacted.
Only candidates authorized to work in the U.S. without any restrictions need apply.

Monday, October 15, 2012

HR Assistant with St. Mark's Hospital (Salt Lake City, UT)

Last updated : 10/15/2012 2:11:52 PM

Responsible for performing various Human Resource front-line clerical and customer service functions in a timely manner. Duties include answering the telephone and assisting walk-ins with HR
specific and general information and paperwork in a professional and friendly manner. Assists applicants with questions/inquiries regarding application process. Assists with new hire paperwork, and provides other clerical support (filing, badges, data entry) that contributes to the objectives and functions of the department. Also assures that all paperwork and files are maintained accurately, logs and manages various information groups, and coordinates special projects as assigned. Must be able to multi-task, prioritize and produce high volume of work. Ability to follow-through on tasks to satisfactory completion. Performs other clerical and support duties as may be assigned.

Key Accountabilities / Competencies

1. Provides courteous in-person customer service by answering questions, assisting with problems, giving directions, and information in a friendly, helpful, and professional manner.

2. Works with Department Director to schedule new employee for drug screen; accepts background check information; inputs request timely; secures results of drug screen and background checks; notifies Director of results; Preschedules new employee for next appropriate New Employee Orientation.

3. Once job offer is extended and accepted, will access Taleo to fill requisition and move candidate to new hire status.

4. Regularly accesses background web site to pull and review all new employee background checks; escalates appropriately for clear direction.

5. HR Assistant is responsilbe to create accurate new offer letter, including any applicable policies to send to employee prior to starting.

6. Is responsible to ensure all new employees are scheduled for orientation; creates the NEO list and ensures packets and badges are ready for the first day. Hand off of employee files to HR Rep for input occurs once everything is complete.

7. Creates all new employee files upon receiving clearance related to drug screen/background checks; reviews new hire packet with prospective employee, provides instruction as to completion of packet information; ensures receives all new hire paperwork prior to NEO, completes checklist as receives information so file is complete at time of NEO. Turns file over to HR Rep for Lawson data entry.

8. Is in charge of updating the HR bulletin boards throughout the hospital. Is responsible for gathering employee recognition cards throughout the hospital on a regular basis and providing copies to appropriate directors.

9. Filing: critical part of overall function within HR Department. Must be able to accurately file all paperwork and maintain weekly filing at a minimum.

10. Is responsible to ensure the employee recognition programs; i.e. breakfast/lunch with administration is communicated, Employee of the Month, etc., organized and ordered appropriately.

11. Proper and effective management of various information groups (i.e. EEO sheets, applicant tracking, health files)

12. Is responsible for ensuring sufficent supply of all office supplies and new hire employee packets; i.e. maintaining supply and ordering timely.

13. Effectively utilizes and operates PC software for database management, letter writing, processing emails, and general navigation of windows.

14. Expeditiously utilizes Lawson database as a resource for manager inquiries, employee inquiries, and information updates.

15. Prompt problem solving for employee badges when needed and efficient manufacturing of badges when necessary.

16. Is responsibile for all payments by check requests for any services used by HR.

  • High School education or equivalent preferred. Some college preferred.
  • 1-3 years HR experience strongly preferred.
  • Previous secretary or receptionist experience (1-2 years) required.
  • Experience in a medical setting preferred.
  • Good computer skills, demontrated knowledge of Excel & MSWord.
  • Knowledge of database programs helpful.
  • Good written and verbal communications skills
  • Excellent telephone and customer service skills
  • Excellent organization and attention to detail skills required.
  • Accuracy in all work processes required.
  • Must be able to handle multitasks professionally and accomplish high work load.
  • Must be able to handle high stress level.
  • Must be able to follow tasks through to satisfactory completion.

Human Resource Assistant with Stanley Black & Decker (Indianapolis, IN)

Job Summary:

The incumbent will provide administrative support to the human resources function in areas such as, recruitment and staffing, personnel records, employee relations, compensation & classification, etc. The Human Resources Assistant helps the Human Resources Team partner with business unit customers to ensure strategic business and departmental objectives are met. The incumbent is responsible for the day-to-day administration of initiatives assigned that meet established objectives in the “Specific Responsibilities” listed below.

Organizational Relationship:

This position reports directly to a Human Resources Manager. The incumbent provides administrative support to the HR team. This position will work closely with, employees, supervisors, & managers. There are no direct reports to this position.

Key Result Area:

  • HR Process Administration 60%; 
  • Kronos Administration 20%; 
  • Metrics & Reports 10%, 
  • Other HR Functional Support 10%.

Specific Responsibilities:

1. Timely and accurately processes personnel action transactions in PeopleSoft which includes, but is not limited to: New Hires, Promotions, Pay Changes, Job Code & Department Changes, Reassignments, Terminations, Technology Access, etc. in designated systems. This also includes verifying data is correct and all necessary information is received.
2. Supports the recruiting and staffing by performing such duties as producing offer letters, responding to inquires pertaining to staffing activities and career opportunities, and maintaining and produce employment reports as assigned.
3. Responsible for ensuring new employee background checks and drug screens are completed and reviewed prior to an offer of employment being extended. This includes the data entry required for the background check, monitoring and reviewing received data and communicating as appropriate.
4. Responsible for performing new employee orientation/on-boarding ensuring established processes and all required paperwork is completed and the information disseminated to appropriate person in a timely manner
5. Produce and submit Kronos Timekeeping files in a timely and accurate manner for the U.S.
6. Administer the Kronos time keeping system for all locations; including employee maintenance, system changes, creating and generating reports, assisting Managers and Supervisors with technical system support, and ongoing training for Kronos users.
7. Respond to general inquiries from employees regarding earnings, deductions and computation of paychecks.
8. May periodically assist with other payroll-related functions including processing of employment verifications, temporary wage reports, earning verification reports for court orders and tax liens, and manual checks.
9. Responsible for the administration of the Education Assistance Program by communicating the program to employees, ensuring paper work is completed and processed, maintain and update all reports, and monitor the program for utilization.
10. Responsible for administering the Service Now for Hardware, Network access, account extensions, terminations.
11. Responsible for creating, maintaining, and generating reports for the HR Department, as well as the corporation.
12. Answers employee’s general HR questions from walk-ins.
13. Assist department members with general administration and clerical duties. These duties include, but are not limited to: filing, generating check requests, ordering office supplies, maintaining vendor relationships, and maintaining the company bulletin boards.
14. Perform other duties as requested to support departmental goals.


• Skills or experience with personal computers, including electronic E-mail, personal scheduling, word processing and electronic spreadsheet skills. All at least at the intermediate level.
• Knowledge of employment laws
• Human resources general knowledge
• Excellent communication skills, both written and oral
• Must possess strong organizational skills and time management skills
• Strong ability to handle confidential information
• Ability to professionally represent the department and the company
• Ability to listen and empathize well
• Ability to work in a fast paced environment


• High school diploma or equivalent
• College Education preferred
• 1-2 years human resources clerical experience preferred
• HRIS (Peoplesoft) Transaction experience preferred
• Kronos Administration experience preferred
• 2 years administrative experience
• 2 years office environment experience
• PowerPoint experience a plus

Key Dimensions:

• Financial Scope:
• Responsible for tracking expenditures of ~$250K
• Personal:
• Work Standards – Detail Oriented & Timely Execution
• Collaboration - Team Work Orientation
• Customer Service Orientation
• Quality Orientation
• Action Biased
• Solutions Focused

Functional Requirements:

• Must be able to manipulate a computer keyboard.
• Must have the ability to reach with hands and arms.
• Must be able to verbally communicate via telephone.
• Must have good vision with the ability to adjust to focus and use close vision.
• Must have the ability to lift up to 20 pounds


Human Resources Analyst with the City of Benicia (Benicia, CA)

The City of Benicia is seeking a highly motivated Human Resources Analyst I to perform professional human resources work in a variety of areas including recruitment and examination, employee and labor relations, classification and compensation, training and development, workers’ compensation, and benefits administration; to provide administrative support to higher level Human Resources Department staff; and, to perform other related duties as assigned.

The Human Resources Analyst is an un-represented classification within the City.

Distinguishing Characteristics:

The Human Resources Analyst I is the entry level class in the professional human resources analyst series that allows the incumbent to develop journey level knowledge and abilities.   The incumbent is not expected to perform with the same independence of action and judgment on matters allocated to the journey level.   Initially, under immediate supervision, the incumbent performs the more routine and less complex human resources assignments. As experience is gained, there is greater independence of action within established guidelines.

The Human Resources Analyst I is flexibly staffed with Human Resources Analyst II. Based on the needs of the City, the Human Resources Analyst I may advance to the higher classification upon gaining experience and demonstrating a level of proficiency that meets the qualification requirements of the higher-level class.

 Representative Duties / Qualifications:

The representative duties listed include essential and marginal functions of the classifications.  Individuals with disabilities will be considered for placement into positions in this class based upon an assessment of the essential functions of the particular position.  Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following:

Conduct recruitment activities including job analysis and establishing selection criteria; develop, administer and evaluate recruitment strategies, selection instruments, examination materials and processes, and establish and refer eligibility lists.

Perform job audits and analysis of individual positions, classifications and series; prepare and revise class specifications; prepare reports of findings; and make recommendations regarding position allocation and/or incumbent reclassification as appropriate.

Assist in or conduct salary and benefit surveys; analyze data and make recommendations.

Assist and participate in meet and inform or meet and confer sessions with employee groups and union representatives regarding class descriptions and salary recommendations and other human resources activities.

Prepare or assist in the preparation of agenda items and supporting materials for the Civil Service Commission and the City Council.

Assist in the development, implementation and evaluation of new or revised human resources policies, procedures, and programs.

Provide technical support to and participate in collective bargaining with employee groups including conducting cost analysis and preparing reports and agreements.

Assist in the development and presentation of human resources training programs.

Provide administrative assistance on various employee benefit programs including assisting employees in filing claims for benefits; interacting with benefit plan providers to resolve coverage and claims issues; evaluating requests for FMLA benefits and tracking usage; and, assisting in open enrollment activities.

Serve as a resource to City managers, supervisors and employees, the public, and other agencies and City staff regarding human resources matters; interpret and explain human resources policies and regulations and related provide information as requested.

Research, collect, compile, and analyze complex data and statistical information from various sources.

Prepare or assist in the preparation of technical records and reports to present and interpret data, identify alternatives, and make and justify recommendations.

Coordinate and monitor human resources information and applicant tracking systems, procedures and processes.

Maintain confidential human resources records and files.

May conduct or assist in internal investigations and documentation of complaints.

May make public presentations on a variety of human resources topics.

Perform related duties as assigned.


This position requires one year of human resources experience that demonstrates application of the requisite knowledge, skills and abilities, and the equivalent to a BA degree with course work in human resources, psychology,  public or business administration or a closely related field. Public sector human resources experience is preferred.   Additional professional human resources experience can be substituted for education on a year for year basis.

Required Knowledge/Abilities:
  • Basic principles and practices of human resources administration, including recruitment and selection, classification and compensation, training, benefits administration, and employee relations.
  • Applicable Federal and State laws related to employment and labor.
  • Basic principles and methods of mathematical and statistical research and analysis.
  • Principles of business letter writing and report preparation, including presentation of statistical data and complex analysis of a variety of human resources issues.
  • Techniques and principles of effective interpersonal communication.
  • Correct business English usage, including spelling, grammar, construction, and punctuation.

Ability to:
  • Understand and apply pertinent policies, procedures, memoranda of understanding, laws, rules and regulations.
  • Learn to operate and use human resources information and applicant tracking systems.
  • Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.
  • Maintain confidentiality of human resources information.
  • Organize and prioritize work to handle multiple tasks/projects concurrently and meet critical deadlines under pressure.
  • Accurately collect, compile, analyze and evaluate a variety of information from various sources.
  • Make accurate arithmetic and statistical calculations and perform statistical analysis.
  • Exercise initiative and sound judgment within established guidelines.
  • Interact tactfully and effectively with others, both internally and externally.
  • Analyze issues and problems, formulate reasonable alternatives and conclusions, and recommend effective resolutions.
  • Make effective presentations to groups.

Supplemental Information:


Individuals interested in being considered for the Human Resources Analyst I must submit an electronic application and responses to the required supplemental questions through the NeoGov system by the filing deadline.  Individuals wishing to file a paper application in lieu of the on-line application process should contact the City of Benicia Human Resources Department.  Applicants are expected to accurately document their related experience and any training, education, and/or skills relevant to this position.  Applicants should respond to all supplemental questions, even if the information is also contained in the application.


Application materials will be carefully evaluated; applicants who document possession of experience and education which most closely meet the requirements of the position will be invited to participate in the next phase of the selection process, which may include an assessment center and interview process. 

Prior to appointment, candidates must pass a thorough background investigation and a pre-placement medical screening.