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HUMAN RESOURCES ANALYST

Posted: 09/14/2022

CHARACTERISTICS OF THE CLASS
Professional administrative classification under the general
direction of the Human Resources Director. Responsible for
overseeing all transactional processes of the Department with
particular emphasis on Payroll, Benefits Administration,
Workers’ Compensation, Employee Onboarding and Offboarding,
Wellness Program development, Classification & Compensation, and
a variety of special projects. Provides ongoing analytical
review of processes & procedures and assists Director in writing
Human Resource policy and procedures. An individual in this
classification shall possess a working knowledge to perform
tasks in all functional areas of Human Resources administration
and acts as an internal advisor to employees on Human Resource
matters. The work requires the exercise of considerable
discretion and independent judgment and is evaluated through
observation, feedback, and results obtained.
EXAMPLES OF ESSENTIAL FUNCTION
1. Manages, maintains and communicates all benefit programs to
all employees, retirees, and elected officials, as
applicable. Inputs all benefit data, reconciles &
maintains all health insurance databases. Serves as the
primary point of contact for non-public safety employees
with questions regarding benefits.
2. Performs activities related to payroll administration,
including processing and reconciling personnel action
forms, benefits entries, FRS, and producing associated
reports and imports to various databases.
3. Processes and reports Workers’ Compensation injuries and
accidents. Maintains Workers’ Compensation records, follows
case progression and communicates with departments to

arrange for light duty assignments and staff replacement.
4. Oversees Wellness Programming and attends meetings to
coordinate initiatives; promotes wellness topics citywide.
5. Processes human resources transactions, implements programs
and procedures to ensure compliance with applicable laws,
regulations, guidelines and policies.
6. Maintains regular contact with Public Safety & Human
Resources Partner regarding payroll, benefits, and other
HR-related activity.
7. Facilitates onboarding and offboarding of employees in
partnership with the Public Safety & Human Resources
Partner.
8. Administers and maintains employee databases and generates
human resources related reports utilizing the automated
Human Resource Information System.
9. Produces HR metrics and other statistical findings.
10. Updates compensation plan by systemically surveying wage
markets consistent with Commission directive. Serves as
primary contact for all salary and benefits surveys
(incoming and outgoing) and transferring public-safety
specific surveys to the Public Safety & Human Resources
Partner.
11. May participate in candidate interviews if requested.
12. Assists in the creation and implementation of human
resources policy, programs and procedures; provides
employee guidance, assistance and follow-up on policies,
procedures, and documentation, primarily with non-public
safety employees.
13. Creates, edits and maintains job descriptions as needed.
Conducts job analysis when required.
14. Administers Drug-free Workplace policy, including adherence
to DOT regulations.
15. May facilitate learning and development sessions with
employees.
16. May assist Director with employee and labor relations
matters.
17. May serve as back-up to Public Safety & Human Resources
Partner if requested. Also serves as backup to Human
Resources Specialist.
18. May serve as back-up to Director as assigned.
Performs other duties assigned as related to the job class.
NOTE: The examples of essential functions as listed in this
classification description are not necessarily descriptive
of any one classification position. The omission of an
essential function of work does not preclude management
from assigning duties not listed herein if such functions
are a logical assignment to the position.
REQUIREMENTS
A. Training and Experience:
Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources Management, Personnel
Administration, Behavioral Science or related academic
discipline supplemented by four (4) years of progressively
responsible experience in a Human Resources position,
preferably in a Generalist capacity and in the public
sector. PHR or SHRM-CP certification desired. Specific
human resource experience as defined in this classification
may substitute on a year for year basis for the required
education.
Current Florida Driver License as required for the
position.
B. Knowledge, Abilities and Skills:
Knowledge of applicable federal, state and local laws and
regulations, recent developments; current literature and
sources of information in the field of human resources
management, including employment and benefits laws.
Knowledge of Human Resource Management principles and
practices.
Knowledge of compensation, benefits and insurance
principles and practices.
Knowledge of statistical reporting venues, concepts and
methods.
Ability to communicate clearly and concisely and with
compassion, both orally and in writing.
Ability to take the lead and provide technical direction in
one or more specialized areas of human resources.
Ability to exercise tact, discretion and independent
judgment.
Ability to develop and maintain effective working
relationships at all levels within and outside the
organization.
Ability to practice effective customer service techniques,
telephonically, in writing, and through digital means.
Ability to shift direction in the performance of duties on
a moment’s notice when needed.
Skill in the use of computers, software programs and database
systems.
Skill in creating correspondence, policies, and procedures.
C. Physical Requirements:
Task involves some physical effort in standing, bending,
stooping, stretching and walking, or frequent moderate
lifting (30 pounds); and standard dexterity in the use of
fingers, limbs, or body in the operation of shop or office
equipment. Task may involve extended periods of time at a
keyboard.
D. Environmental Requirements:
Task is regularly performed without exposure to adverse
environmental conditions.
E. Sensory Requirements:
Task requires sound perception and discrimination.
Task requires visual perception and discrimination.
Task requires oral communications ability.
 
 

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