“Great opportunity to work with a growing, service oriented organization. Help us support the first responders that serve our community!”
Renton Regional Fire Authority is currently recruiting for an experienced human resource professional to help support our HR section. The position is open until filled.
Why work for Renton RFA?
You love helping people. It’s what drives you. Whether you’re mentoring hiring managers or welcoming new team members, you shine in an environment where your technical expertise collides with your passion for people to create meaningful experiences.
We get it. Our organization is built around the vision of creating positive impacts. We also understand that individuals with your talent need the space and support to effect change - to create a genuine experience at the heart of our organization. Because at the end of the day, the heart of our organization is our people.
As a Senior HR Analyst for Renton RFA, you’ll have the responsibility of helping take care of our most valuable asset – our members. Your knowledge of laws, policies, and contract language combined with your qualities of warmth and approachability will help our staff flourish, personally and professionally. Each day will present new challenges, and your innovative approach to problem solving, along with your desire to put the HUMAN back in Human Resources, will help us grow. Not every situation will be easy, but your professional experience and your compassion for people will guide us through and shape the future of HR at Renton RFA.
The person who will succeed in this position is the person with the desire and the passion to help us build something brand new. Build a welcoming and inclusive culture. Build a well-oiled HR machine. Build an environment where members don’t just see a job, but a rewarding, life-long career. If that person is you – please apply. We look forward to meeting you soon.
Act as a Human Resources generalist by performing professional and analytical duties in most or all HR functional areas including recruitment and selection, employee and labor relations, classification and compensation, training, HRIS, and/or benefits. Actively participate on HR project teams and oversee projects and programs as assigned. Complete tasks according to established policies and procedures, work independently with limited supervision. Provide experienced technical, professional, and analytical Human Resources consultation and oversight to managers and employees. Apply appropriate laws, policies, and contract language to HR issues and provide responsive, approachable, and effective customer service.
Reports to: Chief Administration Officer
Recruitment and Selection: Counsel hiring managers on all aspects of the recruitment and selection process. Screen applications, prepare written tests, practical examinations and interview questions, participate on interview panels, reference and background top candidates, assist with job offers and write offer letters, and ensure recruitment files are complete and adequately archived. Oversee and coordinate promotional Civil Service exam processes.
Employee Relations: Council managers and staff on employee relations issues and conduct investigations as necessary.
Labor Relations: Participate on the labor negotiation team and handle grievances as assigned.
Compensation and Classification: Research and analyze salary data and draft recommendations on wage and salary administration, revise job descriptions, conduct job analysis and classification studies reviews, recommend appropriate classification levels, conduct internal salary studies as assigned, and respond to external salary survey and other data requests.
Benefits: Oversee leave and accommodation requests, conduct benefit orientations and annual open enrollment.
Training: Prepare for and assist in conducting internal training on HR-related topics, including team building, performance management, policy compliance, etc. Assist with external training as necessary.
HRIS: Run HR-related reports on a regular and ad-hoc basis, maintain and update various HR systems (payroll/HR, Internet website, Intranet website, recruitment and selection, performance management, etc.), research and correct data entry, position control, payroll and systems issues, ensure proper retention and retrieval of data and reports, etc.
Policies and Procedures: Assist with the development and revision of various policies and procedures, and answer questions regarding policies and procedures.
Civil Service: May serve as Secretary and Chief Examiner to the Civil Service Commission. Ensure compliance with Civil Service rules and regulations when handling HR actions and especially recruitment and selection. Recommend changes to Civil Service policies and procedures, and ensure approved changes are implemented and followed.
Ensure actions and recommendations are in compliance with HR policies and procedures, and federal, state, and local laws.
Act as ADA Coordinator.
Remain current with relevant technological advancements as it relates to field.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Requirements:
Oral communication and presentation skills.
Written communication skills, ensuring correct grammar, spelling, punctuation and vocabulary.
Interpersonal skills using tact, patience, and courtesy.
Effective, professional, and positive interactions with difficult individuals.
Understand and follow direction given, yet work independently with little direction.
Maintain confidentiality of information and data.
Work confidentially with discretion and flexibility.
Meet schedules and deadlines.
Accurate mathematical and analytical skills.
Report preparation and distribution skills, including ability to generate complex reports.
Detail oriented and organization skills.
Problem solving skills.
Ability to compose, proofread and edit correspondence.
Federal, state, and local employment laws.
Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook at an advanced level.
Methods, resources, and tools used in Human Resources work.
Education, Experience and License Requirements:
Bachelor’s degree in human resources, public administration, business, or related field.
Four years human resources experience in recruitment and selection, employee relations, labor relations, classification/compensation, training, HRIS, benefits/leave administration, and/or related human resources field.
Or 8 years of relevant education and experience.
Civil Service experience preferred.
Public sector experience preferred.
PHR or SPHR certification preferred.
Company address: 18002 108th Ave SE, Renton WA 98055
Posted date: 21 days ago