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Associate Personnel Analyst

County of Monterey

Salinas, California 93901
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County of Monterey

Associate Personnel Analyst

$5,539 - $7,565/month



Monterey County Health Department seeks an accountable, results-oriented individual who demonstrates excellent communication and analytical skills. This position plays a vital role in the planning, coordination, and implementation of complex technical and analytical personnel work related to recruitment and examination, employee relations/discipline, benefits and leave management, and other related human-resources activities. Other duties may include coordinating and directing the work of paraprofessional staff and performing related activities as required.


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Under direction, an Associate Personnel Analyst performs professional Human Resources work in all the following areas: recruitment and examination, employee relations/discipline, and benefits and leave management. This is the advanced, journey-level, working class in the Personnel Analyst series. Incumbents independently perform difficult and complex assignments.



How to Apply:

Apply On-Line!


Applications may also be obtained from and submitted to:

Monterey County Human Resources Department

Attention: Irene Espinoza

168 West Alisal Street, 3rd Floor

Salinas, CA 93901-2439


Telephone: (831) 755-5129

Human Resources website:


Filing Deadline:

Friday, March 31, 2017




A combination of experience, education, and/or training which substantially demonstrates the following:


Knowledge of:

• The principles and practices of personnel management/administration and related program areas, including the development, preparation, implementation, and administration of recruitment, examination, employee relations and disciplinary action procedures, wage and salary administration, organizational development, and other functional responsibilities as required;


• Principles and practices of project management to include: planning, organization, coordination, and scheduling.


Ability to:

• Plan and conduct complex recruitments and administer examinations

• Provide excellent and courteous customer service and establish and maintain effective working relationships

• Understand, interpret, explain, and apply federal, state, and local legislation regarding equal employment programs and County human resources policies and procedures

• Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing

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