The state of California could soon have a major headache on its hands.
Human Resources Director
City of Stockton, California
Stockton is a renewed city! Stockton is a city that is perhaps better prepared for the future than any other city in California, with a thorough understanding of its operations and finances, and the tools to adjust to economic conditions for decades into the future. Currently, the City has four leadership opportunities within this vibrant and energized organization. Take your career to the next level and join Stockton!
As the Human Resources Department continues to move forward in excellence, the Human Resources Director will be responsible for developing and mentoring a new staff, supporting opportunities for training, and professional enrichment and employee recognition. . The new Director will oversee a department staff of approximately 29 FTE’s and a budget of over $3.5 million. The City of Stockton is seeking an energetic, customer-focused leader to develop a high-performing human resources staff and a collaborative team of dedicated City employees. A Bachelor's degree from an accredited four-year college or university with major course work in business or public administration, industrial relations or a closely related field and four years of management or supervisory experience in multiple areas of the human resources function, including labor relations. Experience in a public agency setting is desirable. The current annual salary range for the Human Resources Director is $139,799 - $178,398.
To apply for this exciting career opportunity, please send your resume and cover letter electronically to:
Peckham & McKenney
Resumes acknowledged within two business days. Please do not hesitate to contact Josh Agnew Peckham toll-free at (866) 912-1919 if you have any questions regarding this position or recruitment process.
Filing Date: April 16, 2018.
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