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State of Nebraska

Lincoln, Nebraska 68509
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The Department of Administrative Services – State Personnel Division is seeking a confident, experienced HR leader to facilitate change and direct the operations of our Classification & Compensation and Recruiting program. The successful candidate will possess the ability to successfully collaborate, build relationships, and partner on strategic initiatives with our internal and external stakeholders.


REQUIREMENTS: Bachelors degree in personnel/human resources management, organizational development, business or public administration, labor relations, employment law, or a related administrative field, and five years of progressively responsible experience, specifically within an area directly related to the program assigned, in a supervisory, administrative, or managerial capacity (areas/programs include but are not limited to job classification and compensation, employee recruitment and placement, employee benefits, human resources information systems, or organizational/employee development). Additional years of progressively responsible experience in personnel/human resources administration or a related area may substitute for the Bachelors degree requirement on a year-for-year basis.

PREFERRED: Proven and successful experience managing full-cycle recruiting processes consisting of sourcing, screening, on-boarding, coaching, and terminating, and have a reputation for being a process-driver, leveraging efficiencies in the use of technologies, workflows, and process. Have an ability to work in a fast-paced and constantly evolving environment, be innovative and be welcoming to change, and be proactive and self-motivated working under minimal supervision.

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