Full-Time and Permanent; Exempt; 7.5 Hours/Day; 252 Days/Year; 12 Months/Year
Bachelor's degree in business, education, public administration, or related field, from an accredited college or university. Considerable experience in personnel administration as a HR Generalist or Coordinator which involved human resource management responsibilities; or any equivalent combination of education and experience that would provide the noted knowledge, skills, and abilities.
Thorough knowledge of practices and procedures of school personnel administration, employment interviewing strategies and procedures, the legalities governing the relations between employers, employees and Virginia School Law.
Thorough knowledge of the general organization and function of a public school division and organizational mission of a human resources department.
Thorough knowledge of the applicable provisions of the Virginia Retirement System.
Thorough knowledge of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).
Ability to conduct professional interviews, deliver articulate oral and written reports, and effectively interact with administrators, teachers, and other employees.
Ability to utilize a wide variety of computer technology hardware and software applications.
Ability to communicate clearly and concisely orally and in writing.
Excellent interviewing, supervision, data collection, and report writing skills.
Nature of Position
Assists in curriculum-related and instructional activities such as programdevelopment and evaluation, aiding in the development of instructional goals by individual members of the school staff, evaluating staff, and advising staff on methodology and resource materials.
Coordinates the recruitment, screening and selection of candidates for classified (support) positions within the Transportation and School Nutrition Services Departments.
Screens and interviews credentials of applicants to determine their eligibility for employment; recommends selection and assignment of personnel.
Administers and ensures accurate documentation for the processing of personnel actions including entries, promotions, reinstatements, reassignments, leave requests, salary adjustments, retirements, and resignations of employees.
Participates in the development and utilization of staffing models and student population projections, and collaborates with the leadership of the Transportation and School Nutrition Services Departments to eff ectively staff with qualified personnel.
Serves as consultant and advisor to Transportation and School Nutrition leaders on employee relations or other personnel matters; interprets personnel policies, regulations, procedures and practices; advises on whether proposed actions are in compliance with regulations and policies; and coordinates or performs employee relations tasks at the department or division level.
Participates in administrative reviews of classified employees' performance.
Develops, coordinates, and participates in workshops to provide staff development and training sessions; provides individual or small group career counseling sessions.
Participates in the maintenance of classification and compensation plans; maintains up- to-date records of personnel including location, classification, and budget.
Establishes, leads, and provides assistance with the recruitment program and actively participates in recruiting candidates for positions in the Transportation and School Nutrition Services Departments;plans and attends recruiting events.
Serves as school division or departmental liaison to universities, City of Norfolk agencies, other school divisions, professional organizations, advisory or community groups as assigned by the Executive Director of Human Resources.
Serves as a member of the committee for developing employee evaluation handbooks and the NPS Employee Handbook.
May assist with investigating and compiling reports related to harassment and other pertinent areas of human resources as it relates to the Transportation and School Nutrition Services departments
Maintains new hire and terminated employee database for statistical purposes and transfers data into a format suitable for presentation in a report form.
Counsels employees regarding grievance procedures, disciplinary matters, and retirement; processes applications for accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act and requests for leave associated with the Family and Medical Leave Act.
Performs related duties as assigned by the Executive Director of Human Resources.
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