$31.15-$38.59 hourly / $5,399.67-$6,689.24 monthly / $64,796.04-$80,270.88 annual
Performs a variety of professional personnel work of moderate complexity related to areas such as compensation, classification, rules, and policies, organizational studies, recruitment and examinations, equal employment opportunity and affirmative action, and employer-employee relations.
Revises class descriptions based on knowledge of positions gained from field audits or research in case folders and reports.
Recruits and examines applicants for a variety of positions in the Classified Service.
Constructs, analyzes, edits, and organizes a variety of examination material.
Contacts private firms and public agencies to obtain classification and/or salary data.
Compiles, verifies, analyzes, and correlates information on personnel matters and develops and presents data in graphic, tabular, written, and oral forms.
Prepares reports, presentations, and other communications containing descriptive, analytical, and evaluative content including the preparation of recommendations based on findings.
Assists in developing new and improved procedures, operating practices, and forms for assigned areas.
Resolves problems, discrepancies, and responds to inquiries related to areas such as classification, compensation, rules, personnel policies, organizational analysis, recruitment and examinations, equal employment opportunity and affirmative action, and employer-employee relations.
Confers with District and college staff regarding assigned projects and may make recommendations based on findings.
Answers requests from other school districts, agencies, and individuals for information concerning personnel policies and procedures, compensation, and job classifications.
Effectively utilizes the capabilities and functions of specialized and standard office software applications such as data management, spreadsheet, presentation, and word processing in completing assigned projects.
Participates in workshops and seminars intended to increase knowledge of personnel management.
May present workshops to District employees on designated personnel related matters.
May participate in analysis of proposed legislation, Board Rules, and administrative regulations related to personnel practices and procedures.
May provide work direction to clerical staff.
Performs related duties as assigned.
An Assistant Personnel Analyst performs professional personnel work of moderate complexity related to areas such as classification and compensation, personnel rules and policies, recruitment and examinations, and employer-employee relations, which are subject to closer supervision and review than work performed by a Personnel Analyst.
A Personnel Analyst performs a variety of complex journey-level professional personnel work related to classification of positions, wage and salary and benefit administration, personnel policies, rules, and procedures, recruitment and selection, equal employment opportunity and affirmative action programs and services, and employer-employee relations.
Immediate supervision is received from a higher-level technical supervisor. Work direction may be exercised over clerical staff.
Principles, purposes, functions, policies, and practices of personnel management, including basic Merit System principles
Principles, terminology, and techniques of classification and compensation plans, examination preparation, interviewing, and recruitment
Statistical methods and graphic presentation
Fact-finding methods and procedures
Techniques of data collection and analysis
Research techniques and sources of reference material and information regarding personnel management
Capabilities of computer systems, applications, and hardware used in personnel management
Gather, compile, and analyze data related to areas such as classification, compensation, rules, personnel policies, organizational analysis, recruitment and examinations, equal employment opportunity and affirmative action, and employer-employee relations
Interpret, apply, and explain Board of Trustees Rules, Personnel Commission Rules, Human Resources Guides, Education Code Sections, and collective bargaining agreements
Prepare and present reports in written, oral, graphic, and tabular form
Plan and organize work to meet deadlines
Work effectively and cooperatively with District administrators, employees, bargaining unit representatives, representatives of private and public agencies, and individuals from a variety of ethnic, social, and economic backgrounds
Effectively communicate orally and in writing
Make effective presentations on various personnel related topics
Learn specialized software applications
Education and Experience:
A. Graduation from a recognized four-year college or university, preferably with a major in human resource management, public administration, industrial or organizational psychology or a related field.
One year of full-time paid professional-level experience in one of the following areas: position-classification, compensation, wage and salary administration, recruitment and selection, affirmative action, or employer-employee relations. Public personnel work is desirable.
B. A master’s degree from a recognized four-year college or university with a major in human resource management, public administration, industrial or organizational psychology, or a related field.
A valid Class “C” California driver's license may be required for some positions. Travel to locations throughout the District may be required for some positions.
Our class specification generally describes the duties, responsibilities, and requirements characteristic of the position(s) within this job class. The duties, responsibilities, and requirements of a particular position within this class may vary from the duties of other positions within the class.
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Los Angeles Community College District provides reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with covered disabilities on a case-by-case basis throughout the application, examination, and hiring processes and throughout employment. If an individual is in doubt about his or her ability to perform the duties and responsibilities of a position or possession of any other requirement noted in a class specification or job announcement, he or she should always apply for a position and request reasonable accommodation at the appropriate time.