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Date Posted 06/13/18
AgencyCivil Service, Department of
TitleHuman Resources Specialist 2 Attendance & Leave
Occupational CategoryAdministrative or General Management
Bargaining UnitM/C - Management / Confidential (Unrepresented)
Salary RangeFrom $73362 to $91658 Annually
Employment Type Full-Time
Travel Percentage 0%
Hours Per Week 37.50
From 9 AM
To 5 PM
Flextime allowed? No
Mandatory overtime? No
Compressed workweek allowed? No
Telecommuting allowed? No
Street Address Agency Building 2
Minimum Qualifications Permanent - Eligible for a Section 52.6 transfer
Duties Description The incumbent of this position will be assigned to the Attendance and Leave Unit located in the Governor’s Office of Employee Relations and will be responsible for:
• Responding orally or in writing to inquiries from agency personnel offices and employees on a variety of attendance and leave topics including vacation time, sick leave, overtime, the Family and Medical Leave Act, and Paid Family Leave.
• Drafting language for the Attendance and Leave Manual, negotiated agreements and related memoranda, bulletins, and reports.
• Analyzing issues related to leave benefits and proposed new benefits.
• Providing ongoing education and training to agency human resources staff.
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