The Employee Relations and Investigations Administrator is responsible for managing a range of activities related to employee relations in the school division. High-level administrative work is performed in the coordination and supervision of employee relations activities.
Work is performed under the general supervision of the Chief Human Resources Officer; however, employees frequently develop and refine their own work routines and are expected to carry assignments through to completion independently. Supervision is exercised over assigned staff as required.
Positions assigned to this level manage a subfunction or operation requiring supervision of staff, programs, or services which are department or division wide and specialized, and may involve highly technical personnel and programs; other positions are responsible for management of programs and services directed to a special population.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE CLASS (May not include all duties performed)
Provides advice and counsels administrators and employees on a broad range of issues including policy interpretation, work conditions, employment laws, and employee development as well as performance management.
Conducts investigations of employee disciplinary matters, prepares documentation and makes disciplinary recommendations. Writes reports and letters, as well as maintains discipline and investigation files, and the tracking method of complaints.
Conducts investigations of EEOC complaints, prepares documentation, collaborates with attorneys, and makes recommendations on the school division’s position regarding these complaints.
Responds to questionnaires, surveys and requests for information as necessary and appropriate.
Interprets school board personnel policies and administrative procedures and provides technical guidance and assistance to administration to help resolve employee issues and concerns.
Consults with all employees to help resolve personnel-related concerns and assists in the arbitration of grievances.
Supervises and evaluates the work performance of assigned staff members.
Ensures compliance with all state and federal discrimination and employment regulations through thorough investigations. Acts as a liaison between the administration and teacher association groups.
Provides oversight to Title IX investigations to ensure compliance, and serve in the role as decision maker to those investigations.
Provides guidance and training to administrators on the Title IX process and procedure.
Serve on the school division Threat Assessment Committee.
Perform other related and additional duties as required and assigned.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
Thorough knowledge of current federal and state laws and regulations applicable to public school employment
High level problem solving skills and the ability to analyze facts and present recommendations effectively in oral and written form
Excellent planning and organizational skills with a solutions driven mentality
Must be a reliable, flexible, adaptable and independent thinking self-starter willing to accept challenges
Ability to use time effectively and efficiently while managing multiple and competing priorities
Ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with administrators, school officials, employees and the general public
Advanced experience with Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and the use of the Internet and Intranet
MINIMUM EDUCATION, TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS
Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution in human resources, business management, business administration, or a related area required. Master's degree from an accredited institution in a related area preferred. 5 years' experience including 3+ years of progressive experience at a leadership level in human resources management, employee relations, and/or investigations preferably in a school system highly desired.
Work is executed in accordance with best practices/body of knowledge as set forth by organizations such as American Association of School Personnel Administrators (AASPA), Human Resources Institute (HRCI), Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) or International Public Management Association (IPMA). Human Resources Certification from an accredited body desired.
Work requires normal physical attributes required for walking, standing sitting, operating office equipment, communication equipment, lifting, moving, carrying light equipment, supplies, etc.
Highly developed verbal and written communication skills for expressing or exchanging ideas, hearing to perceive information at a normal spoken word level and visual acuity for preparing and analyzing written or computer data.
Work involves exposure to normal, everyday risks.
Assignments involve activities in schools, centers, in the community, and require one to have or arrange for own transportation.
Some activities are subject to tight deadlines.
Some activities involve discipline, dismissal of employees who may become irate, angry, or hostile.
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Only qualified, short-listed applicants will be invited for furthers process.
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