Human Resources Director

  • State of Oregon - Oregon Legislature
  • Salem, OR, USA
  • Oct 05, 2018
Full-Time Human Resources

Job Description

The Office of Legislative Administration is recruiting for a full time, continuing Human Resources Director for the Legislative Branch.

Legislative Administration supports the Oregon Legislature, promotes access to the legislative process, and provides efficient, effective, accountable and customer-oriented services to all legislators, legislative departments, the public, and other government agencies.

As directed by legislative leadership and the Legislative Administrator, this position serves as the human resource point of contact for all legislative agency directors providing centralized human resource support.
This position is responsible for managing the agency's Employee Services unit, which provides for human resource related issues to include: personnel policy administration; staff recruitment; payroll; employee personnel file administration; employee benefit administration; discipline and discharge; classification and compensation; diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives and workplace harassment training, prevention and investigations. 

Skill Requirements

A Bachelor's degree in Human Resource Management or a related field (e.g. Business Administration, Public Administration, Communication, Public Policy)  AND
Five (5) years of professional experience managing personnel/human resource functions.  This experience must include two (2) years of supervision or management which included responsibility for the following:

  • development of program rules and policies;
  • development of long- and short-range goals and plans;
  • program evaluation;
  • budget planning and development; AND
  • supervision of staff (hire, assign and review work, prepare performance evaluations, and handle disciplinary actions).

Preference may be given for an advanced degree or graduate level coursework in a field related to human resources; management (e.g., Business or Public Administration). 
Preference may be given for HR Certifications by SHRM or HRCI.
Preference may be given for prior legislative experience.

Any combination of education and experience may be considered.