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Principal Employee & Labor Relations Specialist (Principal Human Resources Analyst)

County of Riverside Human Resources Department


Location:
Riverside, California 92501
Date:
06/27/2017
2017-06-272017-07-27
Job Code:
74768
Job Type:
Employee
Job Status:
Full Time
Categories:
  • Employee Relations
  • Labor/Industrial Relations
  • Legal
County of Riverside Human Resources Department
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The Human Resources (HR) Department is currently recruiting for a Principal Employee and Labor Relations Specialist (Principal Human Resources Analyst) to support the Employee and Labor Relations Division. The position will act as a subject matter expert and advisor to HR Services Teams and County departments on employee discipline and investigations, collective bargaining, interpretation of memorandums of understanding (MOUs), and investigations of harassment, discrimination, and workplace violence. The position will also review and make decisions regarding grievances at the second step, per relevant bargaining unit MOUs.

Competitive candidate will have experience in collective bargaining and contract negotiation, as well as experience providing employee relations training, and advising departments and HR employees on best practices. Experience in a public sector/unionized environment is highly desired. Please visit https://jobs.co.riverside.ca.us/ for recruiting guidelines and to apply.

DEADLINE EXTENDED - Applications and a detailed resume/work history must be received by 11:59 PM PST on Thursday, July 20, 2017.

Requirements

Education: Graduation with a bachelor's degree.

Experience: Four years of professional, journey-level experience in employee or labor relations, job analysis, recruitment and selection, employment test construction, position classification, compensation analysis, organizational development, training, benefits, or other human resources functions that demonstrate acquisition of the required knowledge, skills, and abilities for the position. (A graduate degree from an accredited college or university may substitute for up to one year of the required experience.)

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