Deputy Chief, Classification and Compensation

Baltimore County Office of Human Resources

Location

Towson, MD 21204

Compensation

$67,820 – $83,409
per year

  • Under general supervision, oversees and performs advanced professional human resources administration work functioning as the Deputy Chief with the Office of Human Resources – Classification & Compensation Division.
  • Serves as Senior Specialist to several large County agencies, providing complete and accurate advice and information to employees, supervisors, and managers on a wide range of human resources policies and practices. 
  • Oversees the FMLA leave administration process from the employee’s initial notice of the need for leave to the return to work. This includes gathering and completing all required paperwork, determining leave eligibility, designating leave as FMLA-qualifying, requesting medical certification as needed, and accounting for intermittent and reduced schedule leave use.
  • Supervises, coordinates, and reviews the work of professional and support personnel engaged in human resources administration activities. 
  • Manages all day to day activities of the office.
  • Oversees the compensation incentive programs including bonus award program and requests for Meritorious Increases. Reviews to ensure compliance with C&C regulations and processes the requests. 
  • Maintains all compensation actions in Workday.
  • Manages the review and classification of jobs within the classified service including the reclassification of jobs through the Position Description Form (PDF) process.
  • Serves as the ADA Specialist for Baltimore County agencies. Works with employees to determine reasonable accommodations needed for professional success.
  • Records interactions with employees with disabilities and analyzes effectiveness of accommodations; compiles reports and analyzes data related to accommodations, compliance, and program effectiveness.
  • Maintains confidentiality of employee files, as applicable.
  • Reviews position descriptions, performs desk audits of positions, and recommends allocation of positions to appropriate classes.
  • Drafts new and revised class specifications. 
  • Participates in high-level classification and compensation surveys.
  • Creates, modifies, and updates spreadsheets and other electronic media in order to help illustrate recommendations, trends, and a variety of market data.
  • Prepares draft correspondence and reports.  Participates in large, complex and special projects as assigned.
  • Conducts research and studies, and prepares recommendations to the Class and Comp Chief. Establishes and recommend procedures to implement divisional policies and best practices. 
  • Participates in long range division planning.
  • Performs other duties as required.

Job Requirements

Graduation from an accredited college or university with a bachelor's degree, preferably in human resources administration, business or public administration, or psychology
plus
four years' professional experience in human resources administration.

How to Apply

To apply for this position, please go to the Baltimore County Deputy Chief, Classification and Compensation  job post on our website.