HR Analyst-Talent Acquisition
The Human Resource Analyst-TALENT ACQUISITION, is responsible for providing proactive human resource services to the organization. This position serves as the expert for planning and implementing recruitment efforts for the City of Littleton.
This position is fundamental to the organization and key to reaching organizational objectives given to the Human Resources department by City Council and the City Manager. The ideal candidate will be innovative, forward thinking, collaborative, intrinsically motivated, excited to learn new things and grow professionally. The candidate selected will be empowered to make changes, create efficiencies, form stronger partnerships with customers and try new approaches to challenges.
The preferred candidate will be driven by excellent customer service demonstrated by strategic mindset and collaborative demeanor. The preferred candidate will also able to assist with other areas of specialization include; organizational training and development, risk and workers compensation, HRIS, compensation and benefits, and employee relations.
The City of Littleton believes in attracting and retaining the best talent and our strategies include hiring in at or above market pay and career development opportunities. In addition to your application, please submit a cover letter that describes why you are the best candidate for this position and the City of Littleton.
Starting pay is at or above $73,848.
- Essential Duties & Responsibilities
- Actively partners with City departments in planning and implementing recruitment processes and strategies;
- Responds effectively and timely to questions and inquiries from applicants, employees and management regarding recruitment matters;
- Makes recommendations regarding candidate qualifications and hiring decisions;
- Conducts final screening, review of work experience and partners with the compensation analyst to establish rates of pay;
- Conducts reference and pre-post background checks;
- Coordinates and develops new hire employee orientation, including on-boarding and off-boarding processes;
- Prepares and deliver conditional and/or final offers of employment to successful candidates;
- Negotiates salary, and understands scope of authority when making conditional offers of employment;
- Provides objective interpretation, guidance and assistance on city policies and procedures to managers, supervisors and employees;
- Researches and carry outs hiring strategies by identifying organizational needs for career fairs, trainings, and other tactics to increase talent pool;
- Collaborates with department heads and supervisors to develop applicant evaluation and testing methods and tools;
- Ensures that all employment and personnel records are filed timely and maintained in accordance with established records retention procedures;
- May provide back up support and assistance to other functional areas;
- May be assigned to citywide projects to represent the Human Resources department;
- May serve as emergency worker;
- Performs other similar duties as assigned.
- Minimum Qualifications
- A Bachelor's Degree in Human Resource Management and 3 years experience, or
- An equivalent combination of education, formal training, and work experience that produces the knowledge, skill, and ability to perform the essential duties and responsibilities of the position.
- Knowledge, Skills, Abilities
- Advanced knowledge and ability to manage the recruitment processes, including difficult to fill positions;
- Advanced knowledge of employment law, including pre and post-employment processes;
- Ability to utilize NEOGOV for essential duties and reporting and performance measure tracking;
- Basic knowledge of compensation structure and strategies;
- Demonstrated ability to take initiative and appropriately inform others without prompting;
- Provides updates regularly and/or at critical moments or when appropriate;
- Ability to recognize and identify areas for process improvement, understand impact of changes;
- Ability to prioritize tasks, projects and customer service requests.
- Work is primarily conducted in a standard office environment. Minimal outdoor work includes travel to/from other offices or facilities for meetings;
- Long periods of sitting, standing or walking may be required.
- Requires the following physical abilities to perform essential job functions: lifting, carrying, pushing or pulling objects weighing up to 25 pounds with or without assistance.