Leave Administration Coordinator

San Joaquin County Human Resources
(209) 468-3370
(209) 468-0508

Annual Base Salary: $85,530-$103,979
In addition to base salary, members of the Confidential Unit receive a 10% supplement.

The Leave Administration Coordinator will function in a leadership role, with specialized knowledge and expertise in personnel management to address complex leave administration cases, applicable policy development and regulatory compliance in the field of Human Resources. This position will perform the most complex and detailed technical assignments with a significant level of independence, intended to expand the level of HR service currently provided to County Departments in leave administration. The typical duties will include HR advising in the areas of absence management, interpretation of entitlement leave laws, regulations and applicable County policies to ensure consistency Countywide. In addition, this position will be responsible for developing and facilitating compliance related trainings for both HR staff and Department e-pad processors, supervisors and managers.

This position plays a critical role in the division and must be a collaborative and merit principal based problem solver. The ideal candidate will possess public sector experience directly related to leave administration and demonstrate performing such duties with a high level of independence and professional judgement. Candidates must possess excellent oral and written communication skills, which will be used to advise and educate County departments on all aspects of leave administration.

Click on the website link above to learn more about this exciting opportunity! We look forward to seeing your application. San Joaquin County is an equal employment opportunity employer.

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