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Analyst I: $67,121 - $81,619
Analyst II: $73,257 - $89,044
In addition to the starting salary, employees in the Analyst I/II classification shall also receive an approximate five percent (5%) ongoing non-pensionable pay.
Working at the Citrus Heights Police Department is all about character. Our reputation and ability to effectively serve is built on the words, actions, and habits of our people. The Citrus Heights Police Department is the place for you if you seek a destiny of excellence surrounded by professionals of high character. This is our mission. Do you have what it takes? Then join us … at CHPD, it’s all about character.
*This recruitment has been reopened as of 7/19/2018
The City is currently seeking a highly energetic, motivated individual with strong analytical skills for our Human Resources Analyst II position. This is a journey-level class in the professional Human Resources Analyst series.
Incumbents in this class conduct recruitment, selection, and classification activities; carries out special projects; conducts salary and benefit studies; performs related work as required.
The City is seeking a creative, innovative, and experienced Division Manager to lead and manage a new direction for our Health & Safety and Workers’ Compensation Division of the Human Resources Department. This includes managing a staff of six individuals that will be a strategic partner with a diverse array of departments to develop and implement health and safety programs to better serve our employees in injury prevention and workplace safety. The City’s “Powered by People” priority recognizes the importance of our employees – health and safety is essential to that commitment.
The City of Palo Alto is in an era of transformational change. The structures, practices, and organization of this local government are evolving to be more innovative and flexible. The government of the future must attract, retain and grow talent and create new, more pliable organizational structures focused on participation and results, and foster an environment of collaboration, co-production, and shared responsibility.
The City of Milpitas is seeking a Human Resources Director.
The Human Resources Director reports to the City Manager and works closely with elected officials, peer department heads, and the City-wide organization providing progressive leadership and innovative approaches and programs to benefit City operations. The ideal candidate will be collaborative, approachable, an open communicator, and a credible advisor who is committed to mentorship and the professional growth of the City organization.