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Senior Human Resources Analyst (Employee Benefits)
$6,209 - $8,311 month
The City of Oceanside is accepting applications for the position of Senior Human Resources Analyst. There is currently one vacancy in the Human Resources Department - Employee Benefits Section.
The Senior Human Resources Analyst will be responsible for maintaining and overseeing the City's employee benefits program; managing employee leaves; and other Human Resources related duties as assigned.
The recruitment may close once sufficient number of applications have been received.
FIRST SCREENING WILL BE MADE ON 1/25/18
APPLY AS SOON AS POSSIBLE
The Senior Human Resources Analyst will be overseeing and coordinating the City's employee benefits program (Health, Dental, Vision, COBRA compliance, CalPERS retirement benefits); analyzing benefit plans for cost effectiveness and benefit optimization; monitoring and ensuring compliance in benefit programs; writing benefit policies; working with contracted broker, negotiating with providers and serving as liaison between providers and the City; developing operating procedures for effective processing of benefit programs; counseling employees regarding benefits; developing and coordinating employee incentive and motivation programs; conducting new employee benefit orientation; monitoring leave of absence program; ensuring CFRA/FMLA/PDA/ADA compliance and developing related policies and procedures; and processing unemployment claims.
Qualified applicants must possess four years of increasingly responsible professional and administrative, analytical work equivalent to the level of a Human Resources Analyst II AND a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in personnel/human resources, public administration, economics, business administration or a related discipline.
Direct experience in the administration of Employee Benefits and a Master's Degree are highly desirable.
Application Deadline: February 9, 2018. Please apply online at www.ci.oceanside.ca.us
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