HR Classifications Analyst (HRA2) – with an HRA1 Underfill Opportunity job vacancy in Oregon Housing and Community Services (Salem, OR)

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Company name : Oregon Housing and Community Services
Location : Salem, OR
Position : HR Classifications Analyst (HRA2) – with an HRA1 Underfill Opportunity

Description :
Initial Posting Date:
08/17/2022

Application Deadline:
08/31/2022

Agency:
Oregon Housing and Community Services

Salary Range:
$4,852 – $7,135

Position Type:
Employee

Position Title:
HR Classifications Analyst (HRA2) – with an HRA1 Underfill Opportunity

Job Description:

Oregon Housing & Community Services

HR Classifications Analyst

[HRA2 with an HRA1 Underfill Opportunity]

Salem, OR

Oregon Housing and Community Services (OHCS) is growing our programs and personnel by leaps and bounds! If you have experience in Classification and Compensation or understand the work but may fall a little short of meeting the HRA2 minimum qualifications, this is an opportunity you do not want to pass up. Let’s grow your resume and get you ready to level up in HR! If you are up for the challenge, then you’re exactly who we want and need! Don’t hesitate and apply today!

This recruitment is a Limited Duration (HRA2 with an HRA1 Underfill Opportunity) and has an end date of 06/30/2023
This position is full-time and management service/non-supervisory.
This recruitment will be used to establish a list of qualified applicants to fill the current vacancy and may be used to fill future vacancies as they occur, and may close at any time.
Working Condition: Will be fully remote.
The “How to Apply” section of the announcement contains the required information for your application to be considered. Incomplete applications submitted will be removed from the recruitment process.

WHAT YOU WILL DO

The person in this position will ensure consistent and accurate application of the state classification system by analyzing people, positions, and structures to ensure classification equity and alignment.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: All performed with an Equity & Racial Justice Lens

Workday Compensation Partner/Organizational Partner

Manage and approves classification and compensation staffing processes.

Maintains the organizational structure and role assignments for the assigned organizations in the agency.

Classification

Provides advice and training to agency management on job classification issues, processes, and criteria.

Policy Development

In partnership with agency policy analyst, recommends changes to internal agency policies and practices on classification – and compensation -related topics ensuring alignment with federal and state laws, rules, and policies; takes initiative to raise issues with management when changes to the contract, process, or policy creates deviations from original purposed; recommends to management, changes as appropriate.

Other Duties

Represents the agency at statewide HR meetings and on special work groups and committees related to classification and compensation.

Affirmative Action, Diversity, and Team Responsibilities

Understands the agency’s affirmative action goals and objectives. Recognizes and champions the value of individual and cultural differences and contributes to a work environment where individuals’ differences are valued. Consistently treats colleagues, customers, and stakeholders/partners with dignity and respect. Supports outreach and diversity-related efforts to diversify the workforce.

WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOU

You will become part of an innovative and strategic group of professionals and enjoy a competitive salary and benefits package!

A positive environment that offers opportunities for career growth and cross-training.

An agency that supports and encourages work/life balance and overall wellness.

Generous benefits package that includes employer-paid health insurance, vacation, and sick leave, ten paid holidays, three paid personal days, flexible spending accounts, and an employer contribution retirement plan (

PERS
).

OHCS commits to inclusive excellence by advancing equity and diversity in all that we do. We are an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer and encourage applications from members of historically underrepresented racial/ethnic groups, women, individuals with disabilities, veterans, LGBTQ+ community members, and others to help us achieve our vision of a diverse and inclusive community.

RECRUITMENT TIMELINE

*These dates are approximate and may change. *

Recruitment Closes:
Sunday, 08/31/2022

Application Screening:
Ongoing

Interview Period:
Week of 09/05/2022

Final Interviews:
Week of 09/12/2022 if needed

Anticipated Start Date:
Monday, 09/19/2022 or Monday, 10/03/2022

WHAT WE’RE LOOKING FOR

The most competitive candidates will possess the following requested skills, experience, and knowledge:

Experience conducting classification and compensation analysis in and knowledge of the pay equity law

Knowledge of human resource laws, rules, and regulations

Working knowledge of current management theory, human resource theories, and best practices

Ability to work and lead effectively in a cross-cultural or multi-cultural organization ensuring equity and inclusion initiatives are implemented and measured across the organization

Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff at all levels of the organization, and carry responsibilities t independently with an awareness of human resources services issues and sensitivities

Experience in promoting a culturally competent and diverse work environment and/or lived experience that will demonstrate your ability to do this job

Strong knowledge of Workday HRIS system regarding the administration of compensation responsibilities.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

We recognize that your time is valuable. We will be looking for the following m
inimum qualifications
in addition to the skills listed above:

To qualify for the full performance level of the Human Resource Analyst 2, ($4,852 – $7,135):

A Bachelor’s degree in Human Resource Management, Organizational Behavior or Development, Business or Public Administration, the Applied Behavioral Sciences, Industrial Relations or a job-related course of study determined by the appointing authority; and two (2) years of Human Resource professional-level experience related to the position.
OR
Valid Certification as a Professional in Human Resources awarded by the Human Resource Certification Institute, and three (3) years of Human Resource professional-level experience related to the position.
OR
Five (5) years of Human Resource experience related to the position. Three (3) of the five (5) years must have been at the professional level.

A master’s degree in any of the above-listed courses of study may substitute for one year of professional-level experience.

The State Certified Human Resources Professional (SCHRP) certification, awarded by the Oregon Chief Human Resources Office, substitutes for six months of human resource professional-level experience.

Valid Certification as a SHRM Certified Professional awarded by a nationally recognized organization, substitutes for one year of human resource professional-level experience.

To qualify for the full performance level of the Human Resource Analyst 1 ($4,185 – $$6,172 ):

A Bachelor’s degree in Human Resource Management, Organizational Behavior or Development, Business or Public Administration, Applied Behavioral Sciences, Industrial Relations, or a job-related course of study determined by the appointing authority; OR

Valid Certification as a Professional in Human Resources awarded by the Human Resource Certification Institute, and one-year Human Resource experience;
OR three years of Human Resource paraprofessional or technical-level experience.

The State Certified Human Resources Professional (SCHRP) certification, awarded by the Oregon Chief Human Resources Office, substitutes for six months of human resource professional-level experience.

Valid Certification as a SHRM Certified Professional awarded by a nationally recognized organization, substitutes for one year of human resource professional-level experience.

To request a copy of the position description, please contact:

HCS_HR.Solutions@HCS.oregon.gov

HOW TO APPLY

OHCS & Statewide Employees: Apply via your employee Workday account. Please be sure to update your profile if needed.

All Applicants:
Please attach a resume. Failure to do so will remove your application from further consideration.

AFTER YOU APPLY

Log in to your Workday account before the job announcement closes to see if you have any pending tasks or actions, and make sure to complete these tasks or actions before the job announcement closes. These can be found under the “My Applications” section.

Be sure to check both your email and Workday account for updates regarding this recruitment.

WHO WE ARE

Oregon Housing and Community Services (OHCS) is Oregon’s housing finance agency. We provide financial and program support to create and preserve opportunities for quality, affordable housing for Oregonians of lower and moderate income. Our vision is that all Oregonians can pursue prosperity and live free from poverty.

Across Oregon, housing has emerged as a paramount concern. The lack of available housing, high rents, and high home prices are driving rapid increases in housing instability and homelessness. The data is clear: too many Oregonians are without a safe, stable, and affordable place to call home.

The Statewide Housing Plan
is a bold new agenda that articulates how Oregon Housing and Community Services will pave the way for more Oregonians to have access to stable housing opportunities necessary for self-sufficiency. It lays the foundation for OHCS to be a data- and research-driven organization and proposes a new way of collaborating and focusing resources and energy to address the most pressing housing issues facing Oregon today. Our plan lays out ambitious goals to increase access o housing, including goals and strategies to prevent and address homelessness.

DEPUTY DIRECTOR DIVISION: HUMAN RESOURCE SOLUTIONS SECTION

The Human Resource Solutions Section operates within the Deputy Director Division and provides agency-wide consultation and oversight for all aspects of personnel administration, human resource programs, organizational development, and strategic workforce planning.

WHY JOIN US

OHCS values a diverse and culturally competent workforce. We stand by our commitment to being an equal opportunity, affirmative action organization that does not discriminate against applicants of a protected class, including disability status and veteran status. We encourage individuals of diverse backgrounds, who promote diversity, and inclusion to join our agency.

Our Vision is that all Oregonians can pursue prosperity and live free from poverty.

Our Mission is to provide stable and affordable housing and engage leaders to develop integrated statewide policy that addresses poverty and provides opportunities for Oregonians.

Our Core Values: Collaboration – Compassion – Equity – Integrity – Leadership – Transparency.

WANT TO KNOW MORE? LET US HELP YOU!

Your candidate profile and résumé are the perfect places to display your interest in the position and highlight the skills and experience you will bring, making you the best candidate for the position. Submissions are screened for consistency of information and communication skills at the professional level (attention to detail, spelling, grammar, etc.).

The salary listed is the non-PERS qualifying salary range. If the successful candidate is PERS qualifying, the salary range will reflect an additional 6.95%. Please review the

Classification and Compensation
page for more details.

Please save a copy of this job announcement for your reference, as it may not be available for you to view after the job closes. If you have questions about the job announcement or need an alternate format to apply, please contact the HR Solutions Inbox at:

HCS_HR.Solutions@oregon.gov

Finalists will be subject to a computerized criminal history check. Adverse background data may be grounds for immediate disqualification.

Work Authorization: OHCS does not offer visa sponsorship. Within three days of hire, applicants will be required to complete I-9 documentation and confirm authorization to work in the United States. If your employment authorization and documentation are contingent on sponsorship now or in the future, you will not meet DAS employment eligibility standards.

Veteran’s Preference: Eligible veterans who meet the qualifications will be given veterans’ preference. For further information, please see the following website:

Veterans Resources
, or call the Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs at
1-800-692-9666 NOTE: If claiming veterans’ preference please be sure to check your Workday account for pending tasks or actions under your “My Applications” section.

HELPFUL LINKS & RESOURCES

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Pay Equity Information & Resources

To learn more about Oregon Housing and Community Services, visit our website:

https://www.oregon.gov/OHCS/pages/index.aspx

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