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Employee Relations Analyst

SMUD


Location:
Sacramento, California 95817
Date:
03/10/2017
Job Code:
50051710
Job Type:
Employee
Job Status:
Full Time
Shift:
1st Shift
Categories:
  • Employee Relations
  • Labor/Industrial Relations
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Job Details

Purpose

SMUD Title: Human Resources Analyst (J)

Provides professional analytical support and consulting services to business units in a variety of human resource areas including benefits, classification, compensation, labor/employee relations, workers' compensation, salary administration, recruitment, and selection, etc.

NOTE:  This position is posted until a sufficient number of qualified applications are received.  This posting may close any time after 10 business days, after March 16, 2017.  For immediate consideration, applicants are encouraged to apply early. 


Major Duties & Responsibilities


- Provides guidance and assistance to SMUD employees and leaders regarding fair employment issues, investigative findings and related matters to ensure they understand their rights and responsibilities.

- Ensures that Federal, State, and local laws, and SMUD policies and procedures have been communicated, understood and are being complied with through training and education.

- Mediates, facilitates, monitors, and follows up on implementing plans to resolve relevant employment matters.

- Conducts fair, thorough, and timely internal investigations regarding claims of discrimination, harassment, retaliation or other policy violations or misconduct and in order to ensure that complaints are thoroughly reviewed and that employees receive fair and consistent treatment as it relates to administration of the policies.

- Writes defensible investigative reports based on neutral fact finding that ensure management has pertinent information to evaluate investigation results and make appropriate decisions.

- Assists in the planning, development, implementation and communication of employee and labor relations policies, programs and procedures by researching, reviewing and analyzing the impact on current SMUD programs of new fair labor, wage, discrimination and related federal and state laws, codes and regulations.

- Supports activities related to SMUD’s negotiated agreements by analyzing pay and other data; reviewing the impact on SMUD operations and work activities of proposed agreements on hours, wages, benefits and working conditions; reviewing the proposed language in negotiated agreements; representing SMUD at grievance, disciplinary and other related hearings; and providing other assistance as requested.

- Provides advice and assistance to management and employees by interpreting MOUs and personnel policies; communicating changes in agreements, grievance procedures, disciplinary actions and other personnel practices; investigating and recommending solutions to employee relations issues.


Minimum Qualifications

Experience:  3 or more years of progressively responsible relevant work experience functioning in a Human Resources environment in one or more of the following areas: Labor and Employee Relations or other relevant human resources programs.

Knowledge of:
Federal, State, and local laws, codes, regulations, and requirements governing EEO and labor relations functions in California; investigative, survey, facilitation, and mediation techniques; EEO and employee relations/labor relations reporting requirements and standards; techniques for exercising leadership and authority; principles, practices, methods and techniques related to labor relations activities in the public sector; techniques of interest based bargaining; principals and practices of personnel administration; methods and techniques for report preparation and writing; techniques and practices for negotiating; techniques and strategies for public speaking; techniques and practices for cost benefit analyses; techniques and practices for problem research and resolution; techniques and practices related to negotiations and compromise; concepts and methods of project development and administration; safety policies, practices and procedures.

Skill to:
Communicate effectively orally and in writing; establish and maintain effective working relationships internally/externally; write concise and accurate investigative reports; schedule and prioritize own work assignments to meet expected timeframes; interact with others to influence, motivate and challenge; negotiate acceptance and cooperation; identify and assess training and fair employment needs; interpret Federal, State and local laws and SMUD policies, procedures; compile and prepare statistical and/or analytical reports; express ideas/facts clearly and concisely to individual or groups, taking into account the audience and nature of information; serve as a support person and consultant to management; utilize a personal computer and/or computer terminal, systems and software relevant to the job; and, make good oral presentations.


Licenses/Certificates


Desirable Qualifications

3 or more years of increasingly responsible relevant work experience in employee and labor relations in the public sector, including conducting internal investigations (EEO, policy violations, etc.).

BA/BS degree from an accredited college or university majoring in Public or Business Administration, Industrial Psychology, Human Resources, or related field or equivalent experience.

Certification in Human Resource functions: CCP, IPMA-CS, SHRM, CPS, Labor Relations, Investigations
Physical Requirements


Additional Posting Info for Candidate

NOTE:  This position is posted until a sufficient number of qualified applications are received.  This posting may close any time after 10 business days, after March 16, 2017.  For immediate consideration, applicants are encouraged to apply early. 

Requirements

Minimum Qualifications

Experience:  3 or more years of progressively responsible relevant work experience functioning in a Human Resources environment in one or more of the following areas: Labor and Employee Relations or other relevant human resources programs.

Knowledge of:
Federal, State, and local laws, codes, regulations, and requirements governing EEO and labor relations functions in California; investigative, survey, facilitation, and mediation techniques; EEO and employee relations/labor relations reporting requirements and standards; techniques for exercising leadership and authority; principles, practices, methods and techniques related to labor relations activities in the public sector; techniques of interest based bargaining; principals and practices of personnel administration; methods and techniques for report preparation and writing; techniques and practices for negotiating; techniques and strategies for public speaking; techniques and practices for cost benefit analyses; techniques and practices for problem research and resolution; techniques and practices related to negotiations and compromise; concepts and methods of project development and administration; safety policies, practices and procedures.

Skill to:
Communicate effectively orally and in writing; establish and maintain effective working relationships internally/externally; write concise and accurate investigative reports; schedule and prioritize own work assignments to meet expected timeframes; interact with others to influence, motivate and challenge; negotiate acceptance and cooperation; identify and assess training and fair employment needs; interpret Federal, State and local laws and SMUD policies, procedures; compile and prepare statistical and/or analytical reports; express ideas/facts clearly and concisely to individual or groups, taking into account the audience and nature of information; serve as a support person and consultant to management; utilize a personal computer and/or computer terminal, systems and software relevant to the job; and, make good oral presentations.


Licenses/Certificates


Desirable Qualifications

3 or more years of increasingly responsible relevant work experience in employee and labor relations in the public sector, including conducting internal investigations (EEO, policy violations, etc.).

BA/BS degree from an accredited college or university majoring in Public or Business Administration, Industrial Psychology, Human Resources, or related field or equivalent experience.

Certification in Human Resource functions: CCP, IPMA-CS, SHRM, CPS, Labor Relations, Investigations
Physical Requirements

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