Under the general direction of the Manager of Equal Employment Opportunity Compliance Programs, this position is responsible for performing journey-level professional Human Resources work administering the non-industrial medical leaves of absence (Absence Management Program), supporting EEO/employee relations, creating and conducting District-wide EEO trainings and assisting with special projects. Independently administers Absence Management Program for compliance including tracking and managing employee non-industrial leaves, reviewing and evaluating the overlap between federal, state and local laws and facilitating the return-to-work and interactive processes; develops and conducts related trainings. Assists to resolve problems through consultation, analysis and recommended actions. Exercises discretion and independent judgment and possesses expert knowledge of related laws, regulations, policies, rules and procedures. Researches, evaluates and implements new methods and tools for enhancing program services. Consults with managers, employees, administrative staff and union representatives on all aspects of non-industrial leaves of absence.
A combination of college level training and position related experience equivalent to:
? Bachelor’s degree with coursework in Human Resources Administration, Public Administration or a related field. Position related experience may be substituted on a year-for-year basis in lieu of degree. A written statement detailing experience in lieu of degree must be submitted at time of application.
? Three years of progressively responsible experience in human resources. Absence management experienced preferred.
? Experience interpreting federal and state leave and EEO laws
? Experience providing advice and consultation to employees regarding leave benefits, such as FMLA, CFRA, ADA, PDL, etc.
? Experience creating trainings and presenting at all levels
? Experience conducting internal EEO investigations and employee relations desired
? Experience in a public sector unionized environment desirable
LEAVES ANALYST (PS101235)
? Professional certification in Human Resources or equivalent desirable
? Professional certification in Disability Management desirable