Job Code: R43210
Full Time Salary Range: $5,693.00 – $7,876.00
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At the Colorado Judicial Department our mission is to provide a fair and impartial system of justice that:
• Protects constitutional and statutory rights and liberties
• Assures equal access
• Provides fair, timely and constructive resolution of cases
• Enhances public safety
• Supervises offenders
• Facilitates victim and community reparation
STATEMENT OF DUTIES
General Statement Of Duties:
Provides professional human resources services for the Colorado Judicial Department. This position may be assigned to and required to provide human resources related services to specific departments throughout the Judicial Department.
The Human Resources Analyst is distinguished from other human resources classifications due to the responsibility of performing a wide variety of human resources related functions. The Human Resources Generalist provides advice and assistance to judges, management, and employees on a broad range of human resources issues including; the interpretation of personnel rules and federal, state and local laws concerning employment in order to reduce liability; implementation of human resources rules and policies; employee recruitment and retention; performance management; training and development; and employee relations. This position will effectively interface with employees, all levels of management and members of the Human Resources Division. Supervision is received from the Manager of Employee Relations.
The primary work location could be in the Fourth Judicial District in Colorado Springs Colorado at the El Paso County Justice Center or the 10^th Judicial District in Pueblo at the Pueblo County Courthouse or the 11^th Judicial District in Cañon City at the Fremont County Courthouse. This position will be responsible for providing human resources services to the following Judicial Districts, the 3^rd, 4^th, 10^th, 11^th, 12^th, 15^th, and 16^th and will be expected to travel and work from those locations as needed.
The Colorado Judicial Department is seeking a versatile Human Resources professional to serve in a dynamic role as a Human Resources Business Partner. The successful candidate has the opportunity to develop and grow collaborative relationships with department leaders, judicial officers and employees by serving as the primary point of contact for human resources related matters. The successful incumbent will also be well versed in educating adult learners to keep our staff at the forefront of knowledge surrounding anti-harassment, code of conduct, and diversity issues. This position will be part of a larger employee relations team but will often operate independently with communication to the team via telephone/email/Webex/Microsoft Teams. The Human Resources Division of the Colorado Judicial Department is a fast paced and forward-thinking unit with a strong foundation of providing top notch human resources assistance that supports the vision of the organization.
Reviews, interprets, and advises on federal, state and local employment regulations including but not limited to Family Medical Leave Act, Fair Labor Standards, Workers’ Compensation, and the Americans with Disability Act. Initiates changes to Judicial Department policy to ensure compliance.
Creates and facilitates training on human resources topics which incorporate employment trends, remains consistent with federal and state regulations, and addresses management and employee needs.
Provides advice and management consultation to Judges, District Administrators, Chief Probation Officers, Division Directors, and employees regarding human resources issues requiring the interpretation and application of personnel rules, human resources laws and individual circumstances.
Conducts office hours in various assigned locations on a regular basis.
Monitors the employment environment to ensure consistent treatment of employees state-wide.
May represent the Human Resources Division on various judicial committees or as a participant in various projects.
Participates in creating and implementing specialized projects in the area of human resources. Areas may include but are not limited to, EEO, HRIS, Database Administration, Employee Relations, Training, Performance Appraisals, Investigations, and Compensation Analysis.
Provides support on the research, design, implementation and communication of human resources initiatives.
Human Resources Analysts participate as an advisory member on regional Performance Management Teams (PMT).
Conducts classification reviews and provides recommendations regarding proper classification. Provides recommendations for updates and revisions to job descriptions as needed.
May assist in conducting wage analysis and providing compensation recommendations.
Drafts personnel rules, administrative recommendations, Chief Justice Directives; designs forms; proposes procedures and directives based upon research and evaluation of issues and problems; and analyzes proposed legislation for possible impact on the Judicial Department.
Participates in recruitment and selection for Colorado Judicial Department personnel.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS CONT.
Responds to EEOC complaints, conducts investigations into claims of discrimination and harassment, and makes formal recommendations. Assists in the resolution of employee disputes. Some positions may provide mediation.
The Human Resources Analyst shall be available to local district management and employees on issues related to corrective and disciplinary actions. May be considered a first line of contact during employee emergencies.
Attends meetings and training as required.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Responsible for one’s own work product and may provide leadership, guidance, assistance, or mentorship to coworkers including scheduling of work, instructing in work methods, and reviewing work products for a work group. May include formal supervision of less than three subordinates with duties that include scheduling and assigning of work, conducting performance appraisals, providing input into and participating in discipline, dismissal, and hiring processes and decisions impacting the pay, status and tenure of others.
Graduation from an accredited college or university with a bachelor’s degree and three years of experience in human resources, benefits, and/or organizational development which must have included one year of training (group facilitation) experience. Additional work experience in these or other related fields may be substituted on a year for year basis for the required formal education.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk or hear. The employee frequently is required to use hands and fingers and reach with hands and arms. The employee is occasionally required to stand and reach with hands and arms. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, and ability to adjust focus.
The noise level in the work environment is usually quiet. This position is subject to varying and unpredictable situations; may handle emergency or crisis situations; is subject to many interruptions; may handle multiple calls and inquiries simultaneously; and may occasionally handle absentee replacement on short notice. Position may require frequent travel with overnight stays.