Labor Relations/ Human Resources Manager

County of Solano

Solano County is seeking an experienced and talented LABOR RELATIONS / HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGER who will oversee the County-wide labor and employee relations program and direct the classification and compensation activities for the Human Resources Department.  This position will serve as the County’s Chief Labor Negotiator on meet and confer and employee relations matters, and partner with leadership and labor consultants. The successful candidate will have excellent analytical, collaborative, project management and communication skills and have the ability to think well on their feet, as well as a high degree of emotional intelligence. Additionally, our ideal candidate brings excellent written and verbal communication skills, and preferably some experience negotiating in a public sector labor environment .
For more information please see the complete recruitment brochure on our job board:
Background and Education:
  • Bachelor’s degree or higher from an accredited college or university with a major preferably in public or business administration, industrial/labor relations, employment law, human resources/personnel management, or a closely related field; or active membership in the California State Bar Association, and
  • Four years of public sector labor relations experience that included negotiating collective bargaining agreements, developing bargaining proposals, and responding to grievances at precedent-setting levels;
  • Possess a valid California Driver’s License, Class C.

Compensation and Benefits:
Salary: $127,003 – 154,373 DOQ/DOE (subject to approval, which is anticipated 12/10/19)
Salary is supplemented by a generous benefit program, please see the full brochure for more details.

Open and continuous, but apply December 20 for first consideration. 
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Questions: Call 541-664-0376 - Direct; or 866-929-WBCP – Toll Free or email Wendi at

Mark your calendar for a potential two day interviewing process on January 23rd and 24th, 2020 (first and second interviews) – please reserve your calendars. 

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