WE ARE HIRING
Francisco Reveles, Ed.D.
Superintendent of Schools
Employer: Yuba County Office of Education
Date Posted: March 4, 2019
Contact: Lindsay Moore
Kingsley Bogard, LLP
600 Coolidge Drive, Suite 160
Folsom, CA 95630
Opening: Director of Human Resources
(Certificated or Classified depending upon certification of selected applicant)
Length of Work Year: Certificated: 217 days
Classified: 258 days (inclusive of vacation and observed holidays)
Employment Type: Full Time
Application Deadline: March 22, 2019 at 11:59 p.m.
Salary: Certificated: $83,341 - $125,197
Classified: $80,677 - $122,767
Available Stipends: Master’s Degree: $1,200
Location: 935 14th St Marysville, CA 95901
Benefits: In accordance with Management, Unrepresented and Confidential Employees’ Handbook
Interview Date: April 2, 2019
JOB DESCRIPTION/ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS
DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES
Under direction of the County Superintendent of Schools, this position performs and coordinates those activities necessary for the efficient operation of all personnel functions and support operations of the County Office.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
General Personnel Administration: Responsible for all aspects of personnel administration including, but not limited to, recruitment, selection, employment processing, supervision, evaluation, discipline, and termination; prepares personnel transaction reports; responsible for personnel wage and salary administration, including collaboration with payroll and the preparation of various salary schedules and determinations of individual salary placement; develops policies and administrative regulations and staff handbooks; maintain the personnel files and records for all personnel; develops and maintains a position control system for the close monitoring of authorized, budgeted position allocations.
Credential Monitoring: Supervises and performs all functions involved with the County Office credential operations including the verification of credentials for internal County Office certificated staff; assists school districts in credential processing and training of credential technicians; coordinates the monitoring function of the County Office with respect to proper teacher assignment in school districts; evaluates applications and issues Temporary County Certificates for school districts within the county; maintains contact with Commission on Teacher Credentialing ensuring compliance with laws, regulations and policies.
Substitute Services: Organizes and directs the processes involving the recruitment, placement, evaluation and selection of substitute teachers and other instructional personnel; ensures substitutes are available and properly licensed for assignment in County Office Programs as well as the Tri-County Substitute Teacher Consortium.
Employer/Employee Relations: Prepares for and assists in the negotiation and administration of employee collective bargaining agreements, including but not limited to, interpreting collective bargaining agreements and processing grievances. The Director also maintains current knowledge of laws, regulations and policies pertaining to employee relations and provides periodic updates to administrative staff on same.
Administrative Action: Responsible for the development and administration of the County Office affirmative action program. The Director also develops periodic reports to the Board regarding employment composition and analysis of goal progress; investigates and resolves discrimination complaints.
Education, Training and Experience
The education and training or experience requirements may be modified or waived at the sole discretion of the Superintendent. At least one of the education and training, or experience requirements must be met; both requirements cannot be modified or waived.
Education and Training
Any combination of education or training equivalent to a bachelor’s degree from any accredited college or university with major coursework in human resources management, industrial relations, business administration, public administration, or a related field. In addition, specialized human resources training in the field of California public education is highly desirable.
Five years of increasingly responsible human resources experience (or closely related field), in public education, including experience in supervision and evaluation, collective bargaining wage and salary administration, health and welfare benefits administration and industrial relations.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Ability to utilize current technology; ability to analyze problems and data and make sound conclusions and recommendations; ability to prepare and present written and oral reports; knowledge of principles of job analysis and classification; ability to develop and interpret complex files and contract language; knowledge of principals of wage and salary administration; ability to plan, direct, organize and supervise the work of subordinates; ability to prepare clear and concise reports; ability to maintain poise and use good judgement; demonstrated ability to communicate effectively; knowledge of recruitment techniques, various selection methods/techniques, including test construction, validation and administration; knowledge of due process requirements or disciplinary action; knowledge of principles of training, supervision and evaluating staff; knowledge of state and federal regulations in the area of equal employment opportunities, affirmative action, recruitment, selection and employment guidelines; knowledge of California credentialing and licensing requirements; knowledge of CalSTRS and CalPERS retirement systems; ability to prepare budget and forecast expenditures; knowledge of affirmative action programs; knowledge of organizational dynamics and school and county organization; knowledge of compensation administration; knowledge of legal terminology, practices and procedures for the conduct of administrative hearings; effective communication skills including group presentations; ability to organize and implement a staff development program; knowledge of employment processing, i.e., fingerprinting, TB tests, medical exams and other forms; knowledge of unemployment insurance regulations; and knowledge of staff laws relating to records retention, credentialing and licensing.
Employees in this position must have the ability to:
1. Sit for extended periods of time
2. Enter data in a computer terminal/typewriter, operate standard office equipment, and use a telephone.
3. See and read a computer screen and printed matter with or without vision aids.
4. Hear and understand speech at normal levels and on the telephone.
5. Speak so that others may understand at a normal level and on the telephone.
6. Stand walk, and bend over, reach overhead, grasp, push, pull and move, lift and/or carry up to 25 pounds to waist height.
Employees in this position will be required to work indoors in a standard office environment and travel between Yuba County Office of Education facilities; and come in direct contact with staff, local school district staff and the public.
REQUIREMENTS FOR APPLYING
Each applicant must apply in EdJoin at the following link:
Each applicant must submit the following documents:
1. Completed application
2. A cover letter
3. A current resume
4. A copy of all relevant degrees/certificates
5. A copy of all postsecondary transcripts
6. Minimum of three current letters of recommendation
7. Reference list with at least three professional references