New York, New York - Posted on: Friday 09/13/13
The HR Analyst will primarily research Human Resources issues as they arise, recommending modifications to existing procedures to improve internal processes. Responsibilities will heavily involve the auditing of all HR and Payroll transactions. This will include serving as the intermediary between Timekeeping and Payroll staff with regard to the coordination of employee hires, separations, implementation of disciplinary stipulations, and the monitoring of processing fees. S/he will participate in the review and interpretation of OPA Payroll USIs and will work with Payroll staff in the drafting of all correspondence and documents relating to FMLA usage, employee leaves of absences and separations. S/he will be responsible for the supervision and administration of Worker's Compensation claims and Financial Disclosure for the agency. Other responsibilities will also include: Researching and implementing Longevities; assisting with interpreting and implementing Collective Bargaining Agreements; drafting correspondence and documents; and updating and maintaining HR reports and logs. In addition, s/he will manage the administration of special projects and programs as needed.
1. A master’s degree from an accredited college or university, accredited by regional, national, professional or specialized agencies recognized as accrediting bodies by the U.S. Secretary of Education and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) in economics, finance, accounting, business or public administration, human resources management, management science, operations research, organizational behavior, industrial psychology, statistics, personnel administration, labor relations, psychology, sociology, human resources development, political science, urban studies or a closely related field; or
2. A baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university, accredited by regional, national, professional or specialized agencies recognized as accrediting bodies by the U.S. Secretary of Education and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) and two years of satisfactory full-time professional experience working in one or a combination of the following areas: working with the budget of a large public or private concern in budget administration, accounting, economic or financial administration, or fiscal or economic research; or in management or methods analysis, operations research, organizational research or program evaluation; or in personnel or public administration, recruitment, position classification, personnel relations, labor relations, employee benefits, staff development, employment program planning/administration, labor market research, economic planning, social services program planning/evaluation or fiscal management; or in a related area.
To be eligible for placement in Assignment Level II, individuals must have, after meeting the minimum requirements, one additional year of professional experience as described in "2" above.
Experience using NYCAPS, PMS, CHRMS preferred. Proficiency in MS Word and Excel is essential. Excellent verbal and written communication skills are necessary. Strong
organizational skills are required. Familiarity with Personnel Services Bulletins (PSB's) and Personnel Rules and Regulations of New York City. Ability to prioritize workload,
multi-task and process assignments within prescribed deadlines. Ability to maintain confidentiality at all times.