$54,683 – $62,555
Under the direction of the senior leadership team, administers the County's Labor and Employee Relations program in conformance with Federal and State laws and applicable County rules and policies; and assists with oversight of the daily functions.
- Assists Senior Compliance Officer in performing complex, technical and administrative tasks in the fields of labor and employee relations and human resources.
- Assists Senior Compliance Officer in the preparation and negotiation of collective bargaining agreements.
- Administers ratified labor agreements; Assists with scheduling, hearing and resolving employee grievances and appeals.
- Researches a variety of labor and human resources issues and maintains accurate records of all activities performed.
- Manages and assists with Labor Management Meetings; Attends consultation meetings between the County and the Union.
- Reviews grievance decisions; Provides support for hearings and meetings; Maintains and ensures follow-up actions are completed as needed; Disseminates Board decisions as required.
- Acts as Employee Relations Liaison providing guidance to managers on disciplinary actions.
- Assists with performance management issues in partnership with the Training Division.
- Assists departments in the interpretation and application of laws, rules, regulations, policies and procedures and memorandum of understandings.
- Drafts correspondence, reports and documents; Conducts research on various labor relations or human resources issues.
- Analyze employee and labor relations documents; Assists with identifying areas of compliance vulnerability; Anticipates and mitigates potential compliance risks and challenges. Develops short and long term goals to avert risks in partnership with the Office of Law.
- Coordinates with management in providing a variety of employee developmental programs including but not limited to mandatory training programs; Manages the Employee Assistant Program.
- Performs related work as assigned.
Graduation from an accredited college or university with a bachelor's degree, preferably in human resources administration, business or public administration, education, or psychology
two years' professional experience in human resources administration.
How to Apply
To apply for this position, please go to the Baltimore County Employee and Labor Relations Analyst - Human Resources Analyst II job post on our website.