$203,000 – $260,000
San Francisco is the fourth largest city in California with more than 865,000 residents and a daytime population that swells to more than 1.2 million. It is one of the most ethnically diverse major cities in the United States, and is also home to the third largest concentration of members of the LGBTQ community among the 50 largest U.S. cities.
The Director of Human Resources is nominated by the Civil Service Commission, selected by the Mayor, and confirmed by the Board of Supervisors. The Director reports to the Mayor and is responsible for the administration of the merit system and human resources program for the City and County of San Francisco, including recruitment and selection, classification and compensation, certification and referral, EEO complaint investigations, workforce development, human resources information systems, employee/labor relations, workers' compensation, occupational health and safety programs, departmental budget development and implementation, human resources management, employee engagement, diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives, and other related programs.
Candidates should have a four-year degree and 10 years of professional experience in personnel, human resources management, labor or employee relations (collective bargaining). At least five of these years must be in federal, state, or local government personnel management. Requires a strong awareness of diversity issues and trends with experience in developing and implementing strategies to recruit and retain a diverse workforce. Also requires experience from similarly large municipal organizations with unions.
The salary range is $203,000 to $260,000.
How to Apply
Apply by November 13, 2020 www.alliancerc.com. For more information, contact Sherrill Uyeda or Cindy Krebs at (562) 901-0769 or at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
The City/County of San Francisco encourages women, minorities and persons with disabilities to apply. Applicants will be considered regardless of race, color, creed, national origin, ancestry, sex, marital status, disability, religious or political affiliation, age, sexual orientation, medical condition or pregnancy.