Administrative Analyst II/III Human Resources by Alameda County Water District Sep 10, 2019 Job Location Fremont, CA Application Deadline 09/30/2019 How to Apply Application materials which include a supplemental questionnaire must be submitted online at www.acwd.org by the final filing date of Monday, September 30, 2019 at 5:00 p.m. Candidates who present the best job-related qualifications will be invited to participate in a qualifications appraisal panel, tentatively scheduled for the week of November 4, 2019. Description The Alameda County Water District is seeking a highly skilled general analyst to fill a current vacancy in the Human Resources Division. The position will be responsible for a variety of special projects and District-wide initiatives related to policy development and implementation, human resources, risk management, organizational development, and change strategy. The Human Resources Division is responsible for recruitment and onboarding; performance management; professional development and training; employee engagement; labor relations; workers’ compensation, property/general liability insurance and general risk management; workplace safety; employee wellness; benefits administration; and other District-wide programs. As the Human Resources Administrative Analyst (classification: Administrative Analyst II), you will be responsible for operational and business planning related to human resources and risk initiatives; assisting with Division budget and fiscal management; developing and managing performance metrics for the Division and District-wide efforts; policy development and implementation; general responsibility for various human resources activities and programs; assist in management organizational development, strategy and change management, and other initiatives. The Ideal Candidate will: Be skilled in developing and articulating the business case and performing analysis, cost/benefit considerations, and creating and maintaining performance metrics; Have experience developing, implementing and managing agency-wide programs as well as organizational-wide performance metrics; Possess strong business writing skills; Possess strong project management skills, with proven ability to execute agency-wide projects, build consensus across stakeholders, and execute projects with time management; Be a self-starter with a high degree of initiative and autonomy to initiate and execute projects; Be team-oriented, working well with all members of the HR Team as well as possess strong skills to build consensus among diverse customers from across the District; Possess strong computer and Excel skills and skill in performing cost analysis; Possess experience with labor relations; and Have experience as an analyst in a county, city or special district department and/or human resources generalist experience in the public sector. Thorough Knowledge of: principles and practices of public and/or business administration; principles and practices of budget administration; methods of research, program analysis and report preparation; principles and practices of policy and procedure development; modern office procedures and report writing techniques; application, use and capabilities of computer software programs used to store data and to prepare reports, spreadsheets, graphs, and informational displays; mathematics, statistics and statistical analysis; pertinent federal, state and local laws, codes and regulations; data collection, analysis and interpretation. Skill and Ability to: apply the principles of public administration; work independently under limited or no supervision, exercise independent judgment, and use initiative; analyze, interpret and effectively apply pertinent policies, procedures, regulations and contract provisions; maintain strict confidentiality; effectively handle multiple assignments and maintain attention to detail while working under varying deadlines; read, analyze, evaluate and summarize written materials and statistical data. For a complete job description, please visit the District’s website at www.acwd.org. Education and Experience – Any combination of education and experience that would likely provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge, skills, and abilities would be: Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university in public administration, business administration, or a closely related field and: Administrative Analyst II: Four (4) years of increasingly responsible experience performing administrative and analytical support duties which include two (2) years of experience at/above the Administrative Analyst I level or its equivalent. Administrative Analyst III: Six (6) years of increasingly responsible experience performing administrative support and analytical duties which includes two (2) years of experience at/above the Administrative Analyst II level or its equivalent.