Do you have expertise in the classification arena? Are you driven and ready for a challenge? If you have the ability to effectively and efficiently manage a team and can positively influence stakeholders towards the most advantageous end; we want to talk with you about an amazing opportunity!
The City of Baltimore, Department of Human Resources (DHR) is recruiting for a Classification Manager who will report to the Chief of Classification and Compensation Division Chief; supervise a team of analysts; and manages the day-to-day classification operations of the Division in a manner that supports the City's internal and external competitiveness.
TYPICAL EXAMPLES OF WORK
Manages the day-to-day activities of the classification analysts; includes hiring, coaching, development, and discipline of staff.
Applies job evaluation methodologies to ensure validity and reliability of classification-based requests and projects.
Reviews the effectiveness of existing classification policies, guidelines, and procedures; recommending plan revisions as well as new plans which support the City's classification target and are both cost effective and consistent with market trends.
Liaises and builds effective working relationships with agency business partners. Analyze classification and compensation policies, government regulations, and prevailing wage rates to develop competitive compensation plan.
Through audits, reports and administration, ensure that the classification programs are consistently administered and in compliance with Baltimore City policies and government regulations.
Review and recommend classification standards. Create new classifications, apply job evaluation standards, conduct salary surveys to justify compensation and develop specifications.
Prioritizes, reviews, and recommends to executive staff actions to resolve problems and challenges.
MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS
Bachelor's degree in human resources, business administration, or management from an accredited college or university. (Human Resources is preferred.)
Five years of experience in job evaluation and classification designs- DHR design, policies, and practices including
Two years of experience supervising compensation and/or classification or analysts.
Experience with DBM and/or HAY job evaluation systems and experience working in government preferred.
Equivalencies – Equivalent combination of education and experience.
Classification: This career opportunity offers a salary of up to $92,250 compensation commensurate with education and experience and a full range of comprehensive benefits, including medical, dental, vision, deferred compensation, paid leave and retirement plan options. For additional information and/or immediate consideration, qualified and interested applicants must submit an employment application including a letter of interest and resume via the City's online recruitment system at: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/baltimorecity/default.htm