Manages the daily operations of several human resources programs by establishing goals, objectives, performance measures; assigning and monitoring the progress of projects and overall productivity of employees, including supervising, evaluating, hiring, training, and developing process improvements in support of Dallas County’s strategic plan.
Plans, organizes, directs and manages the daily operations of the human resources function and provides professional expertise to staff in the area of human resources issues.
Establishes goals, objectives and performance measures for divisions including risk management, employment, compensation, staff development and training; and develops process improvements as well as policies and procedures.
Develops programs and initiatives to improve efficiency and increase productivity and service levels, and.
Assigns and monitors the progress of projects and overall productivity of the department.
Maintains a working knowledge of all laws and guidelines and advises commissioners’ court, elected officials and department heads of legal policy requirements to facilitate decisions that affect county operations.
Assesses human resources issues and keeps the Director informed of decisions and /actions.
Assists in preparing and monitoring the departmental budget.
Serves as a liaison between departments and elected officials and serves on boards and commissions as assigned.
Education and experience equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in Human Resources, or in a job related field of study.
Five (5) years of management experience in human resources. Skilled in the use of standard software applications.
Ability to effectively communicate both verbally and in writing, and establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, departments and the general public. Knowledge of state and federal labor laws including but not limited to FMLA, FLSA, EEO and affirmative action laws. Standard office environment.
An extensive pre-employment background investigation will be conducted on all applicants who have been offered a position with Dallas County. The hiring process involves successful completion of each step. The steps include: Criminal History Review, Traffic Violations Record, Review of Personal History Statement and Documents, Physical Examination, and Background Investigation. AmeriCorps, Peace Corps, National Service Alumni volunteers, and persons with a criminal background are encouraged to apply. Dallas County is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.
Internal Number: IRC#006114
About Dallas County
Who are we?Dallas County is the second most populated county in Texas.. With more than 6500 employees we are continually recruiting to hire employees each year.What do we do?Dallas County’s purpose is to make a difference in the community, and it’s our employees who make that happen. Working primarily within justice administration, health and social services, juvenile services, transportation, and law enforcement, they serve in positions as diverse as clerk, administrative assistant, accountant, attorney, physician, nurse, case worker, engineer, IT professional, maintenance technician, mechanic, heavy equipment operator, law enforcement officer, teacher, trainer, supervisor, and manager, to name only a few.What do we have to offer you?Challenging opportunities, a diverse & dynamic work environment, plus a full range of exceptional benefits; including competitive pay, professional development and more.Our invitation to you…Join us. Make a difference. Every day.