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Personnel Analyst

State of Nebraska

Lincoln, Nebraska 68509
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Administrative Services has an exciting opportunity for an inquisitive and innovative professional with strong analytical and communication skills. As a Personnel Analyst you will discover the impact and mission of each assigned agency and act in a consultative role to agency management in pursuit of these missions. You will apply classification and compensation review processes to ensure the appropriate and consistent classification of duties and assigned pay ranges state-wide. The Personnel Analyst will act in an advisory capacity to agency management, conducting research projects and providing recommendations regarding organizational and compensation issues which often have State-wide impact. Effective communication abilities will be used to explain interpretations of State and Federal labor laws and regulations, proposals, and analysis findings. This position will be understaffed as a Personnel Analyst I with the expectation of promoting to a Personnel Analyst II. This position will be understaffed as a Personnel Analyst I with the expectation of becoming a Personnel Analyst II. Starting pay for Level I is $18.394. Level II starting pay is $22.850.


REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor's degree in personnel or human resources; management; business administration; employee or labor relations; organizational or business communications; or related general administrative disciplines, and one-year experience performing personnel/human resources work involving recruiting and onboarding new employees; or conducting fact-finding and providing guidance concerning grievances, disciplinary actions, and other employee related issues; or interpreting and applying recruitment and selection, or salary administration, or employee relations, or other personnel policies, criteria, and standards. OTHER: Must have valid driver's license or ability to provide independent transportation.

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