County of Marin

Human Resources Analysts perform professional human resources services to departments across the organization. The analyst works closely with department managers, supervisors and employees in the interpretation and application of personnel policies and regulations, counseling managers and employees on human resources procedures and practices and performing a variety of analytical studies and projects. In this specific area of assignment, the analyst works with assigned departments to develop staffing plans, strategies, and timelines to ensure competent and diverse candidate pools while also participating in classification studies and classification plan maintenance and is an integral part of the centralized Human Resources division.

ABOUT YOUOur Highly Qualified Candidate has excellent analytical, research and project management skills, strong knowledge/experience in recruitment and related human resources subject areas and thrives in a fast-paced work environment.  The ideal candidate is highly organized, has exceptional attention to detail, strong time management skills, possesses excellent written and oral communication skills, is proactive, flexible in their approach to their work and solves problems creatively.  In addition, the ideal candidate has a demonstrated ability to work successfully in a team environment, working respectfully, collaboratively and developing and maintaining positive working relationships with colleagues, clients, and the public. Public sector experience in recruitment is highly desirable.

We recognize your time is valuable, so please note that you must have at least the following required Minimum Qualifications to be considered for this position:
Equivalent to graduation from a four-year college or university with a major in business or public administration, industrial relations, public policy, psychology or a field related to the work and one year of experience equivalent to a Human Resources Analyst I performing professional level human resources work requiring use of the knowledge and abilities listed in the class specification.  Experience in technical human resources work may be substituted for the education on a year for year basis.

For additional information regarding what constitutes human resources experience and the difference between technical and professional experience, please see our HR Experience Definitions.

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