HR Business Partner I or II
Job Posting Title
HR Business Partner I or II
340 OKLAHOMA STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
340 Human Resource
Job Posting End Date (Continuous if Blank)
September 10, 2023
Note: Applications will be accepted until 11:59 PM on the day prior to the posting end date above.
Estimated Appointment End Date (Continuous if Blank)
Level I: The annual Salary is up to $49,000.00 based on education and experience.
Level II: The annual Salary is up to $58,000.00 based on education and experience.
Location: 123 Robert S. Kerr, Oklahoma City, OK
Full Time /Part Time: Full Time
Work Schedule: Monday-Friday
Primary Hours: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Why you'll love it here!
RESPECT. COLLABORATION. SERVICE. The Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) is committed to leading Oklahoma to prosperity through health. Our mission is to protect and promote health, prevent disease and injury, and cultivate conditions by which Oklahomans can thrive. Check out why were are passionate about public health and believe it is the career for you!!! What is Public Health?
Oh yeah, did we mention perks? We know that benefits matter and that is why we offer a competitive benefits package for all eligible employees.
- Generous state paid benefit allowance to help cover insurance premiums.
- A wide choice of insurance plans with no pre-existing condition exclusions or limitations.
- Flexible spending accounts for health care expenses and/or dependent care.
- Retirement Savings Plan with a generous match.
- 15 days of vacation and 15 days of sick leave the first year for full time employees.
- 11 paid holidays a year.
- Student Loan repayment options & tuition reimbursement.
- Employee discounts with a variety of companies and venders.
- Longevity Bonus for years of service
Level I or II: employees are assigned responsibility for the completion of a full range of professional level work at the full performance level in completing various human resources management or personnel administration activities, either in a specialized phase of human resources management or in all or several areas of an agency human resources management program. This will include a high degree of independence in completing work assignments and making decisions concerning various human resources management activities. Supervisory responsibilities will not normally be assigned at this level, but there may be some responsibility for providing training or guidance to lower-level staff.
- Performs human resources management administration activities involving responsibility for the interpretation and application of rules, laws and policies.
- Completes classification studies, job audits and other activities to identify duties and responsibilities assigned to employees; develops job descriptions, job specifications, organization charts and other materials to describe positions and duties performed by employees; determines appropriate classifications for individual positions.
- Conducts wage and salary surveys by collecting and evaluating salary data; prepares recommendations or requests for salary changes; determines salary changes authorized for specific actions, such as appointments, promotions, transfers, demotions and reinstatements.
- Administers the provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act: administers leave, FMLA, worker's compensation, insurance, retirement and other employee benefits programs, or special programs such as career fair, and charitable contributions.
- Collects and analyzes data on personnel selection procedures and methods, based on established psychometric techniques; prepares charts, graphs and other statistical information on examination results, develops tests and other selection devises.
- Performs centralized or agency recruiting activities; prepares recruiting announcements or other information concerning job vacancies; interviews applicants and evaluates application forms; provides job counseling to prospective employees; visits schools, colleges and other sources for recruitment.
- Prepares, processes, reviews, analyzes, or approves employee personnel transactions; ensures compliance with applicable laws and rules concerning appointments, promotions, demotions, transfers, separations and other actions.
- Interprets rules and laws concerning employee personnel actions; advises agency personnel staff, employees, supervisors and managers on various personnel related issues.
- Maintains a system of employee personnel records.
- Other duties as assigned.
Level I: Bachelor's degree or four years of technical human resources management experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Level II: Bachelor's degree plus one year of professional experience in human resources management; or a master's degree in human resources, industrial/organizational psychology, public administration, sociology, psychology or a closely related degree; or four years of technical human resources management experience plus one year of professional experience in human resources management. Note: Experience which was incidental to or not a major responsibility or duty of the position shall not be accepted as qualifying. Human resources management experience should include at least one of the following: job analysis, position classification, wage/salary and benefits administration, civil rights administration, recruitment or payroll administration.
Preferred qualifications : PHR/SPHR certification & Bachelor's or a master's degree in human resources, industrial/organizational psychology, public administration, sociology, psychology or a closely related degree.
Physical Demands and Work Environment: This position is set in an office environment, computer based. While performing the duties of the job, employees are frequently required to stand, walk, lift, and reach.
Telework: May be considered for a portion of this job based on employee's skills and abilities, and is subject of OSDH policy and supervisor's discretion.
- If education, certification or licensure is required to meet qualifications, applicants must provide documentation by the time of interview.
- All applicants are subject to a background check and must be legally authorized to work in the United States without visa sponsorship.
Equal Opportunity Employment
The State of Oklahoma is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of genetic information, race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin, or disability.
Current State of Oklahoma employees must apply for open positions through their Workday account. Go to Careers app on WD home screen>Click on 'Find Jobs-Internal State of Oklahoma'.