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Personnel Services Officer I/II

Definition To plan, organize and administer a personnel program for a large County department and to advise departmental management on all considerations relating to the maintenance and development of human resources. Supervision Received and Exercised General direction is provided by the Support Services Manager or a higher level management position within the department.

Responsibilities may include the direct supervision of clerical staff. Typical Duties Duties may include, but are not necessarily limited to: Review and approve all personnel transactions involving hiring, promotion, demotion, discipline, or transfer for consistency with County and department procedures; develop, implement, and interpret departmental personnel policies; develop and coordinate departmental personnel selection procedures; maintain departmental personnel records and monitor the processing of all personnel transactions; establish and maintain position control records; serve as liaison with the County Personnel Department in advising the Department Head in all personnel matters pertaining to departmental personnel policies and standards; recommend changes or additions to County Personnel policies to facilitate operation of the department; participate with management in obtaining optimum development and utilization of human resources of the department; advise department managers of the personnel implications of management decisions; administer the department's employee relations program; meet with employees, employee groups, and employee relations staff to discuss and resolve employee grievances and complaints; counsel and instruct supervisory personnel at all levels on employee relations practices and techniques; assist County employee relations staff as part of the management negotiation team; serve as coordinator and counselor to line operations in disciplinary matters so that consistency is maintained with the general program of employee relations; conduct studies of turnover, absenteeism, and other personnel matters; advise the County Personnel Department of specific recruiting needs of the department; prepare employee performance evaluations; prepare memos, letters and reports; serve as the departmental Civil Rights Officer with respect to public assistance programs; assist with recruiting on college campuses and at professional conferences; investigate allegations of discrimination and sexual harassment; conduct training for departmental staff on human resource issues. Perform related duties as assigned.

(Essential duties may vary from position to position within this classification. Reasonable accommodation will be made when requested and determined by the County to be appropriate under applicable law.)

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Human Resource Manager A close up of a logo Description generated with very high confidence

Under direct supervision and general direction of the Site Director West Coast and the Director of Human Resources Corporate, will be responsible for the direction and coordination of general human resources operations comprised of establishing/executing key talent management processes including optimizing organizational design, employee recruitment and development, performance management and succession planning.

Key Responsibilities

  • Manage full cycle recruiting including job posting, screening, interviewing, background verification on-boarding/off-boarding, and mentor-ship development

  • Optimize full time and contract worker strategy

  • Oversight contract workforce inter-relationships and assist in selection and development of contracts with vendors

  • Work with HR Director to consolidate and optimize benefit providers

  • Oversight all California regulatory needs including I9 compliance, EEO regulations, USDOL audit compliance etc

  • Oversee workers compensation, unemployment claims, and safety (OSHA) programs

  • Develops and directs wage and salary management strategy including localized benchmarking.  

  • Assist Director of HR with the development and management of an HRIS system

  • Works with Site Director to optimize employee performance while fostering collaboration and accountability against both personal and company goals.

  • Develop programs to optimize employee morale and generate a positive culture which integrates with corporate values


  • Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources or a related Field preferred

  • Minimum of 4 years experience in Human Resources and preferably 2 years as a Manager

  • Certifications – PHR, SPHR

  • Strong communication skills, with a demonstrated ability to develop relationships and influence people at all levels with the organization

  • Self Starter, strong intuitive and critical thinking skills

  • Bi-Lingual (Spanish) a plus


  • Target Salary $85 - 100K/year

  • Very good benefit package including medical, dental and vision insurance

  • 401K

  • Opportunity to progress in a fast-growing company

Juliane Montgomery

Sobba Group


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