2H90

PAY RANGE: CP10-19-A

 

HUMAN RESOURCES PROFESSIONAL

 

Class Concept:

 

This classification encompasses career progression human resources positions from the entry level to the full performance level.  Positions work in the human resources, and labor relations central agencies and in the operating departments.  Positions in the central agencies specialize in various human resources disciplines, such as benefits, classification, compensation, EEO, hiring, labor relations, performance management, recruitment, and training. Positions assigned to operating departments function as human resources generalists. Employees assigned to the central agencies may rotate between assignments.  Employees report to a higher level human resources professional.

 

TYPICAL EXAMPLES OF WORK (ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY)

 

ASSIGNMENTS – CENTRAL HUMAN RESOURCES AGENCY

 

Classification and Compensation

 

 

Recruitment

 

 

Benefits

 

 

EEO

 

 

Hiring

 

 

Training

 

 

Shared Services/Certification/Transactions

 

·         May supervise or provide technical guidance to certification or transactions processing functions.

 

ASSIGNMENT – CENTRAL LABOR RELATIONS AGENCY

 

 

ASSIGNMENT – OPERATING DEPARTMENT

 

ALL ASSIGNMENTS

 

 

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SILLS AND ABILITIES (ALL ASSIGNMENTS)

 

KNOWLEDGE OF:

 

SKILL IN:

 

·         Use of personal computers

·         Interviewing

·         Narrative report writing

 

ABILITY TO:

 

PROMOTIONAL CANDIDATES – KNOWLEDGE OF:

OPEN COMPETITIVE CANDIDATES – ABILITY TO LEARN:

POSITION SPECIFIC REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE

Depending on the assignment, positions above the entry level will be required to possess knowledge of:

 

APPOINTMENT PROCEDURES AND RATES

 

·         A Management Trainee eligible list may be established and appointments will be made from that list to fill entry level Human Resources Professional positions.

·         Eligible lists for Human Resources Professional may be established to fill positions above the entry level.

·         Examinations announced to fill positions above the entry level will specify the assignment-related experience required and preferred. Separate eligible lists will be established for each assignment. 

·         Appointment rates for newly hired employees will be based on the qualifications and will be determined in accordance with Civil Service Regulations and Office of Human Resources policies and procedures.

 

 

Assignment Level

Initial Appointment Rate  -  CP step

Entry Level For:

Full Performance

4

Master’s degree or Certification    + 2 years experience or

Bachelor’s +3 years experience

Full Performance

3

Master’s degree or Certification    + 1 year experience or

Bachelor’s +2 years experience

Intermediate

2

Master’s degree or Certification  or

Bachelor’s +1 year experience

Entry

1

Bachelor’s degree

 

MINIMUM ACCEPTABLE TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE (The following statement represents the minimum training and experience standards which will be used to admit or reject applicants for tests. Applications submitted by candidates for this class will be reviewed based on training and experience requirements as approved on 5/14.)

 

EDUCATION:

All Positions:

Bachelor’s Degree with major course work in Human Resources, Personnel, Labor Relations, Industrial Relations, Industrial Psychology, Public Administration, or a related area.

EXPERIENCE:

Positions to Be Filled Above the Intermediate Performance Level

Two years experience in human resources related to the specified assignment.

 

Note: Experience in one of the classes listed below in the Office of Human Resources that occurs prior to completion of a bachelor’s degree program will be accepted as qualifying experience to fill positions above the entry level.

 

Administrative Officer

Administrative Services Supervisor/Assistant – Confidential

Hiring Services Support Supervisor

Administrative Trainee 1 or 2

Administrative Technician

All Positions:

Or any equivalent combination of education and experience that has included a bachelor’s degree.

 

Preferred Experience:

 

Compensation

 

Experience conducting internal evaluation using a method comparable to the Hay Guide Chart Evaluation and market pricing.

 

Benefits

 

Experience analyzing and administering health care benefits programs.

 

Hiring

 

Experience developing and administering employment selection instruments.

 

Preferred Education:

 

Master’s Degree in one of the areas described above.

 

Preferred Qualifying Certifications (Depending on Position)

 

SPHR, PHR CCP, CBP, CEBS

 

Accelerated Earned Pay Increase:

 

Employees permanently allocated to this career progression class may receive an accelerated earned pay increase of two pay steps in the career progression pay range when the employee secures the preferred professional certification or graduate degree related to the work of the class and defined above.  An employee is eligible for only one earned pay increase during any twelve month period. 

 

PHYSICAL AND MEDICAL REQUIREMENTS

 

Ability to physically perform the duties and to work in the environmental conditions required of a position in this class.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Positions in this career progression class were formerly allocated to the following standard classes:

 

2H01

Personnel Analyst 1

EP 13

2H02

Personnel Analyst 2

EP 19

2H18

Hiring Services Associate 1

EP 13

2H19

Hiring Services Associate 2

EP 19

2H55

Human Resources Associate 1

EP 13

2H57

Human Resources Associate 2

EP 19

2H60

Equal Employment Opportunity Analyst

EP 19

 

Spec. Revision and Consolidation with 2H01, 2H02, 2H18, 2H19, 2H55, 2H57, 2H60:

CSC – 10/08; Ad. Board – 11/08

Latest Spec. Revision: CSC – 5/14; Ad. Board – 5/14

 

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