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Fresno, CA Full time
Posted on August 20, 2017

TULARE COUNTY JOBS PERSONNEL SERVICES OFFICER I AUTO MECHANIC II IT DOCUMENT TECHNICIAN Human Resources & Development Tulare County (559) 636-4900 www.tulare.ca.us/HRD

DUTIES may include, but are not necessarily limited to: Review and approve all personnel transactions involving hiring, promotion, demotion, discipline, or transfer for consistency with County and department procedures; develop, implement, and interpret departmental personnel policies; develop and coordinate departmental personnel selection procedures; maintain departmental personnel records and monitor the processing of all personnel transactions; establish and maintain position control records; serve as liaison with the County Personnel Department in advising the Department Head in all personnel matters pertaining to departmental personnel policies and standards; recommend changes or additions to County Personnel policies to facilitate operation of the department; participate with management in obtaining optimum development and utilization of human resources of the department; advise department managers of the personnel implications of management decisions; administer the department's employee relations program; meet with employees, employee groups, and employee relations staff to discuss and resolve employee grievances and complaints; counsel and instruct supervisory personnel at all levels on employee relations practices and techniques; assist County employee relations staff as part of the management negotiation team; serve as coordinator and counselor to line operations in disciplinary matters so that consistency is maintained with the general program of employee relations; conduct studies of turnover, absenteeism, and other personnel matters; advise the County Personnel Department of specific recruiting needs of the department; prepare employee performance evaluations; prepare memos, letters and reports; serve as the departmental Civil Rights Officer with respect to public assistance programs; assist with recruiting on college campuses and at professional conferences; investigate allegations of discrimination and sexual harassment; conduct training for departmental staff on human resource issues.

Perform related duties as assigned. (Essential duties may vary from position to position within this classification. Reasonable accommodation will be made when requested and determined by the County to be appropriate under applicable law.)

Employment Standards:
Knowledge of: Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity principles and guidelines; Personnel Management principles and practices including knowledge of recruitment and selection; counseling and interviewing principles and techniques; math sufficient to gather data for statistics and compute means and percentages.

Skill/Ability to: Read and interpret rules, regulations, policies and procedures; write clear, concise, grammatically correct case reports, records and letters; give and follow verbal and written instructions; use patience, tact and courtesy in dealing with people under various circumstances and under emotional stress; keep systematic and accurate records; define problems, collect and analyze information, draw valid conclusions and make appropriate recommendations; maintain confidentiality of all information and materials; provide training and instruction to staff; develop and implement policies and procedures; prepare, organize and give oral presentations; counsel individuals with discrimination complaints; establish rapport and maintain effective working relationships with agency personnel, management, employees, employee bargaining units and community organizations; communicate effectively with individuals and groups of various socioeconomic and educational backgrounds.

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

Education: Graduation from an accredited college or university with major work in public, business, or personnel administration.

Experience: Two years of increasingly responsible experience as a human resources generalist.

Knowledge of:
County personnel rules and procedures; training methods and techniques; CALOSHA regulations and compliance methods; programs associated with public assistance and social services; recruitment and selection methods and techniques; laws and regulations governing employee relations.

Possession of, or ability to obtain, an appropriate, valid California driver's license.</b