ASSOCIATE HUMAN RESOURCES ANALYST
Pasadena Unified School District - Pasadena, CA

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Under direction of the Personnel Commission Director or Human Resources Analyst, as assigned, assists in performing professional-level personnel duties in planning, developing, administering and analyzing examinations for the selection of classified employees; and assists in participating in classification and compensation activities for the District.

---MUST APPLY ONLINE ONLY---
Position is subject to five furlough days per fiscal year.

TRANSCRIPTS, CERTIFICATES OR ANY OTHER REQUIRED DOCUMENT MUST BE ATTACHED AND SUBMITED TOGETHER WITH THE APPLICATION

U nit/Degree verification (including equivalency of foreign degrees) must be submitted with the online application as an attachment in the form of unofficial transcripts. Equivalence of foreign degrees must have been reviewed and verified by a regionally accredited foreign degrees review agency

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS AND SPECIAL LICENSE OR LANGUAGE SKILLS:

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Experience: Two (2) years of professional-level experience that includes the development, research, or analysis of personnel selection procedures or psychological testing methods, is required. One year of graduate level course work in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Human Resources, Public Administration, or related field may be substituted for one year of the required experience.

Education: Graduation with a Bachelor's Degree from a recognized college or university with a major in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Human Resources, Psychology, Public Administration or related field, is required.

SPECIAL LICENCE OR LANGUAGE SKILLS

A valid Class C California Driver's License and use of a private automobile may be required for some positions that require driving. For positions that drive, evidence of insurability at standard rates must be submitted in the form of a DMV printout.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Learns and applies policies, regulations, procedures, and techniques of human resources administration in performing the tasks listed below:

  • Designs and conducts job analyses for the purposes of position classification, salary evaluation, test construction and validation, recommendation of entrance requirements, and/or determination of necessary staff development programs
  • Designs, constructs and conducts or assists in constructing and conducting surveys to gather compensation, classification, entrance requirements, rules, employee selection, or other human resources data
  • Designs and implements recruitment strategies to obtain highly qualified candidates
  • Works with subject matter experts to develop and recommends examination plans, and develops tests (e.g. written tests, performance tests, interviews, etc.)
  • Compiles, calculates, and analyzes numerical data to provide recommendations for pass points and other employment decisions
  • Composes or assists in composing a variety of technical written materials including rules, procedures, class descriptions, classification and salary reports, recruitment materials, employment examinations, correspondence, job market trend reports, meeting minutes, agendas, and other specialized reports
  • Operates personal computer related software programs such as: Applicant Tracking System, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Access, Windows, Internet, and related testing software
  • Screens applications to determine whether applicants meet the minimum qualifications of a classification
  • Attends Personnel Commission meetings, conferences and workshops, as directed, to maintain current knowledge of human resources trends and practices
  • Analyzes laws, rules, reports, publications, and court cases for information relating to human resources
  • Maintains and controls the secure handling of all examination files, interview tapes, and other exam records
  • May represent the District at career days, job fairs, and other recruitment functions
  • May administer tests, brief interview panels, and give work direction to those proctoring tests
  • May select qualified panelists for oral panels
  • May fill in for higher-level or lower-level personnel during short term absences
  • May recommend and develop procedures and/or Personnel Commission policy guides
  • May assist Director in investigating appeals of examinations, disqualifications, and other selection actions
  • Performs other related duties as required
EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS AND WORKING CONDITIONS:
KNOWLEDGE OF

  • A variety of job analysis methodologies
  • Basic principles and terminology of employment selection, position classification, salary administration, and staff development
  • Research methods, techniques, and sources of information regarding human resources administration
  • Advanced statistical procedures required to calculate means, standard deviations, and reliability estimates
  • Laws, rules, regulations involved in test creation and validation, recruitment, compensation and classification
  • Basic principles of merit that relate to human resources
  • Principles of equal employment opportunity
  • Computers applications including word processing, spreadsheet, and SPSS
  • Basic data-processing principles and procedures
ABILITY TO

  • Prioritize tasks with respect to importance and deadlines
  • Adjust priorities and adapt well to changes in assignment and priorities
  • Interpret and apply personnel laws, codes, rules and regulations appropriately
  • Use critical judgment in the evaluation of data and the development of plans, test materials, reports, and other materials
  • Logically grasp and think through issues and problems
  • Generate a range of alternative solutions and courses of action with benefits, costs, and risks associated with each
  • Use new technology and find ways to apply technology to tasks to increase speed, quality, or create new capabilities
  • Use correct vocabulary, grammar, sentence structure, spelling and punctuation when constructing written correspondence, reports, or other Personnel Commission documentation
  • Show interest in and understanding of the needs, expectations, and circumstances of internal and external customers
  • Establish rapport and maintain positive working relationships
  • Speak clearly and communicate effectively on a one-to-one basis for the purpose of obtaining information
  • Formally deliver oral presentations to audiences of various size and type
  • Exercise tact and judgment in meeting and dealing with sensitive, complex and confidential personnel issues and in explaining procedures to candidates, employees, and others
  • Come up with novel, resourceful, or imaginative approaches to problems or opportunities
  • Take responsibility for developing oneself and his/her career
  • Understand the concerns of protected groups and the disadvantaged and relate technical activities to those concerns in an equal opportunity program of selection and promotion based on merit

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