Cover letter and resumes are being accepted for the position of Human Resources Director with the City of South San Francisco.
The City is now seeking a strong leader and experienced human resources professional to effectively manage and lead a talented and service-oriented staff in supporting the City’s full-service human resources operation. The ideal candidate will be a proven self-starter and creative problem solver who is highly energetic and motivated, innovative, flexible, and comfortable with multi-tasking. The successful candidate will be someone with a candid and honest style who is comfortable addressing sensitive and problematic issues and exercises a high level of ethics and integrity, while possessing the ability to gain the confidence and cooperation of public officials, administrators, employees, employee representatives, and the general public.
Any combination of education and experience that would provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities, would be qualifying. Typically, a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in business or public administration, human resources administration, organizational development, industrial relations, or a related field, and five (5) years of progressively responsible professional experience in human resources administration and employee relations, including two (2) years’ experience in a supervisory or managerial capacity, would provide such opportunity. A Master’s degree and IPMA-HR CP certification are desirable. Candidates must possess an appropriate and valid California Driver’s License and a satisfactory driving record.
The annual salary range for the incoming Human Resources Director is $179,787–$217,543, DOQ. The City offers an attractive benefit package, as well as a CalPERS plan and participation in social security.
Apply online at www.bobmurrayassoc.com and contact Mr. Joel Bryden at (916) 784-9080, should you have questions. Filing Deadline: March 23, 2018.
This general announcement is subject to change. It does not constitute an express or implied contract.