Director of Human Resources

Management
Full-time
County of Mariposa
7/02/2018
wendi@wbrowncreative.com
5416640376

The County of Mariposa seeks a Human Resources (HR) Director who is an experienced HR generalist, with strong communication skills and knowledge to address a variety of HR functions.  We seek a creative problem solver with a high level of emotional intelligence, professional ethics and integrity, and an effective collaborator, negotiator, relationship builder, and communicator. If you are seeking a professionally challenging and rewarding career in a great community with breathtaking beauty, small town feel, and you enjoy living and working with friendly townspeople and dedicated County leaders and staff, then this is the job for you.

 

For more information please see the complete recruitment brochure:

https://wbrowncreative.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/Brochure-HR-Director-Mariposa-7-FINAL.pdf

 

 

THE JOB / THE DEPARTMENT:

If you are seeking a professionally challenging and rewarding career, and you enjoy living and working with friendly townspeople and dedicated County leaders and staff, then this job is made for you. The County’s HR Department is responsible for maintaining and updating the County’s classification and compensation system, overseeing labor relations, collective bargaining, administering the County’s recruitment process, organizational and employee development, insurance coordination and workers’ compensation, and employee personnel records.  The HR programs are operated to provide a fair and equal employment opportunity to all.

 

In addition to overseeing all HR activities for the County, the Human Resources Director is responsible for the overall direction and vision of the department, including oversight of a healthy budget and staff of three.  The HR Director provides professional support and consultation and makes recommendations regarding operational, policy guidance and personnel matters to County executive and department leaders and the Board of Supervisors. This is an at-will position, which is appointed by the Board of Supervisors, and works closely with the County Administrative Officer on a day-to-day basis. 

 

THE IDEAL CANDIDATE:

With a small HR staff, this is a working HR Director role and the ideal candidate will find a good balance between visionary leader, producer, and delegator.  The ideal candidate is an experienced HR professional and generalist, who communicates effectively on a variety of HR functions.  The successful candidate will be a creative problem solver with a high level of emotional intelligence, professional ethics, and integrity.  The successful candidate will be a collaborative leader, successful negotiator, relationship builder, and wants to become invested in our community and committed to the well-being of those we serve. 

 

EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS:

  • Five years of increasingly responsible experience in public sector personnel/human resources management, with a minimum of two years in a supervisory capacity.
  • Possession of a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university, with major course work in business, public, or personnel administration, or directly related field.
  • Possession of a valid California driver’s license or ability to obtain one within 3 months of hire.
  • Ability to pass the California State Department of Justice fingerprinting clearance and the County’s pre-employment physical.
  • A Master’s degree in business or public administration is desirable.

 

 

COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS:

The annual salary for Human Resources Director is $103,866. In addition, Mariposa County offers an attractive benefits package, see link above for more details.

 

HOW TO APPLY:

This position is open until filled, however for first consideration apply by July 2nd; candidates are encouraged to submit as soon as possible.

 

SAVE THE DATES!

Interviews will take place on August 2nd and 3rd; candidates will need to be available for both days.

 

Please contact your recruiter, Wendi Brown, with any questions:

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