Human Resources Analyst I/II
The County of Yuba is currently recruiting for the position of Human Resources Analyst I-II in the Human Resources Department. The Human Resources Analyst performs a wide range of complex and professional analytical duties in support of a centralized human resources, organizational services and risk management office.
This incumbent will use their strong understanding of human resources competencies and regulations to provide advice to supervisors, managers, and employees on all aspects of human resources policies, practices and procedures; research and analyze laws and regulations for compliance of human resources functions; administer the County’s workers’ compensation, injury and illness prevention (safety), and leave management (FMLA/CFRA/PDL) programs; and assist with the ADA/FEHA interactive process. Other responsibilities may include merit based recruitments; classification and compensation studies; risk management; organizational reviews and recommendations; diverse training for new and current staff; employee records and data systems’ accuracy and support; initial labor and employee relations; coordination of employee benefits; and other duties as assigned.
Minimum Level I: A Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in human resources, public or personnel administration, industrial relations, business, economics, or a closely related field.
Minimum Level II: A Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in human resources, public or personnel administration, industrial relations, business, economics, or a closely related field and two years of experience equivalent to a Human Resources Analyst I.
Note: Candidates with strong experience who lack the degree and can demonstrate they possess the required knowledge, skills and abilities are encouraged to apply.
Preferred: In addition to the minimum requirements, additional years of experience and possession of a valid SPHR/PHR certification, and/or an advanced degree in a closely related field and additional years of professional experience in a private/public sector human resources department. Knowledge of risk management, cost analysis and/or employee safety or experience in a public agency setting is desirable.