|HUMAN RESOURCES ANALYST|
|SEIU Professional Exempt|
|Performs professional and administrative work in the Personnel Management Bureau. Primary generalist duties, but are not limited to include reviewing, screening, and ranking applications, counseling applicants and employees, administering tests, and maintaining related records; administration of employee service programs such as Service Awards, Merit Awards, Outstanding Employee and Incentive programs, Unemployment Claims, Educational Assistance, etc.; assist with the development of the Police and Fire Applicant/Testing/Processing, entry-level and promotional exams and procedure; assist with the development and evaluation of the City's Training program, administration with various educational institutions, training consultants and city personnel, and designing training brochures and related materials . Work is performed under the supervision Program Manager or other administrative superior depending on area of assignment, and is reviewed through observations, reports, conferences and results obtained.|
|Serves as a resource providing information and consultation to applicants, the general public, City employees on employment matters, policies and procedures, and posted vacancies;
Interviews applicants and screens applications; evaluates applicants' training, work experience, and skills to determine qualifications. Recommends applicants for interviews.
Develops new or recommends revisions concerning procedures and methods to increase productivity and ensure adherence to EEO requirements.
Counsels applicants and employees regarding employment, promotional opportunities and qualification requirements for positions.
Develops and recommends recruitment efforts, i.e., planning of strategies, test procedures, advertising.
Assist in selecting, developing and administering entry-level and promotional exams;responsible for scoring, communicating results, and advising applicants of their status.
Conducts training workshops in interviewing rules and techniques; may revise training manuals as needed.
Assists in the maintenance of Employment applications and Affirmative Action statistics.
Assists in monitoring applicant flow; recommends extensions, closings, and/or additional recruitment efforts for posted positions.
Performs other related duties as assigned.
|Considerable knowledge of successful recruitment strategies.
Considerable knowledge of the goals and objectives, principles and practices of modern public personnel administration.
Considerable knowledge of acceptable practices of test development, test administration, scoring, and interpretation of results; and the ability to effectively administer written tests.
Knowledge of the structure, goals and objectives, programs and activities of municipal government.
Knowledge of EEO guidelines.
Knowledge of interviewing/selection techniques and the ability to effectively conduct group and individual interviews.
Skill in conducting training seminars.
Ability to conduct research, gather and organize data, analyze data and formulate intelligible recommendations.
Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with departmental officials, other employees, representatives of other agencies, employment applicants and the general public.
Ability to operate personal computer.
|Bachelor's degree in personnel administration, human resources, social sciences, or related field with two (2) to three (3) years professional experience in human resource generalist experience preferably in employee services, staffing, testing and/or training activities; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. A valid Florida Driver's License is required.
REVISED: 8/31/92 - SV
7/15/02 - VCJ