City of San Rafael
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Principal Human Resources Analyst
Department of Human Resources
City of San Rafael, California
Annual Salary: $117,348 - $142,632 DOE/DOQ

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The City of San Rafael is seeking a Principal Human Resources Analyst to oversee the Department of Human Resources’ labor and employee relations functions and other high-level Human Resources functions. This leader will support the Director of Human Resources, while overseeing an HR Analyst and contributing to the development of an approximately $674K Department budget. They will have a strong understanding of the principles, practices, and techniques of public sector collective bargaining under the Meyers-Milias-Brown Act, as well as personnel/HR administration, employee relations, recruitment, classification and compensation, labor relations, progressive discipline, Civil Service employment, COBRA, ADA/interactive process, FMLA, FLSA, EEO compliance, and training and development. The successful candidate will have exemplary relationship-building skills, as this role involves maintaining effective working relationships with labor union representatives, department management personnel, public officials, and employees. They will provide guidance, mentorship, collaboration, and oversight to encourage professional development and to ensure compliance within the Department and organization. If you are looking for an innovative, forward-thinking organization where you will have exceptional opportunities to advance your career, take on exciting projects, and be a part of a dynamic leadership team, then this is a great match for you!
  THE IDEAL CANDIDATE The ideal candidate will bring labor relations, contract negotiations, employee benefits, and local government experience while being results-oriented, flexible to change, and customer-service-focused. The successful candidate will enjoy the autonomy this position allows, along with the unique challenges of working with eight bargaining units. The Principal Human Resources Analyst will also have the ability to analyze complex HR issues and use strategic thinking to develop sound and creative solutions. Strong interpersonal skills to establish effective working relationships with department managers, public officials, employees, and union representatives is a must! The ideal candidate will be tech-savvy, ensuring the City stays up to date on the latest technologies and recommending more effective processes and systems where there is an opportunity to do so. The City is eager to find an exemplary leader who has exceptional HR knowledge and skills who can make this position their own and champion an effective labor relations process!