Human Resource Coordinator
HUMAN RESOURCE COORDINATOR
DATE: March 15, 2012
JOB TITLE: HUMAN RESOURCE COORDINATOR
IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR: CITY ADMINISTRATOR
DIRECTION OF OTHERS: None
NATURE OF WORK: Work is performed under guidance and direction from the City Administrator and Finance Director. Performs professional work and support in functional areas of human resources and safety including but not limited to recruitment and interviewing, personnel records, labor relations, assistance with labor negotiations, performance evaluation, compensation management, benefits administration, workers compensation and personnel policy development.
EDUCATION TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE
Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resource Management, Industrial Relations, Public Administration, or closely related field.
Two (2) years’ experience working in a human resources capacity.
Must possess a valid Class D Minnesota Driver’s License.
Two years human resource experience in local government.
WORK PERFORMED/AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY
- Coordinates personnel/human resource services for the City in accordance with applicable policies and laws.
- Assists in compliance activities as related to employment and labor law generally; and specifically Pay Equity, COBRA, Affirmative Action, ADA, HIPPA, FMLA, FLSA, and PELRA.
- Develops and updates personnel policies, procedures, and guidelines and similar documents.
- Assists supervisory personnel with performance management functions to maintain organizational consistency and compliance with collective bargaining agreements.
- Advises on coaching and counseling strategies.
- Coordinate employee recruitment, hiring and orientation process.
- Monitor the city wide salary structure and compensation system, conducts studies, surveys and analysis as necessary.
- Conducts job and task analysis; develops and revises job descriptions
- Assist City Administrator with labor relations responsibilities.
- Responsible for unemployment claims administration
- Administers the City’s benefit program; evaluates program costs and benefits; assists in negotiations to obtain the desired benefit coverage.
- Coordinate the City’s Safety and wellness program and policies.
- Ensure implementation and updating of written safety and wellness programs
- Assure compliance with OSHA mandated programs
- Development and scheduling of the safety and health training curriculum
- Maintenance of employee training records and other required documentation (MSDS sheets, medical questionnaires etc.
- Facilitate the city safety meetings
- Administer Worker’s Compensation program in its injury management application to employees.
- Administers City’s drug and alcohol testing policy
- Serve as liaison to city wellness committee
EXTENT AND TYPE OF INTERACTION WITH PUBLIC:
- Represents City government through direct contact with the public.
REQUIRED LICENSES, CERTIFICATIONS, AND REGISTRATIONS:
- Must possess a valid Minnesota driver’s license.
- Attendance at various training classes.
EQUIPMENT AND TOOL OPERATION:
- Employee must be capable of operating a variety of office equipment relative to this position which shall include but may not be limited to: Communication equipment, main frame computer, PC, network backup, check signing machine, copiers, fax machines, and calculators.
WORKING HOURS AND CONDITIONS:
- Hours may vary, but generally 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, with some evening meetings. II. This position works primarily in an office environment, with little exposure to outdoor temperature variations or environmental factors. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act the following represents the Physical and Environmental Demands: This position requires an equal amount of time spent standing, walking, and sitting. Lifting, pushing/pulling, or carrying objects weighing up to twenty (20) pounds is sometimes required, with a maximum of forty (40) pounds infrequently required. Climbing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, crawling, twisting, and bending are sometimes required. Repetitive movements of the hands are sometimes required. Audio, visual, and verbal functions are essential functions to performing this position. The majority of the workday is spent indoors