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Manager of Human Resources - Classification and Compensation, Employee Relations, and Recruitment and Retention (Employment) (Open Positions: 1) Location: Richland County Administration Building, Columbia, SC 29204Department: Human ResourcesDivision: Human ResourcesJob Status: Full-TimeShift: 8:30 AM - 5:00 PMDays Worked: Mon., Tue., Wed., Thu., Fri.Rate of Pay: $55,929.49- - Apply Now The purpose of the class is to develop and to manage the Total Rewards and Employee Development Divisions of the Human Resources Services Department. The major units include: ADA, Administration and Budget, Audits and Compliance, Benefits, Classification and Compensation, Employee Relations/Diversity/Inclusion, HRIS, Leaves, Performance Management, Policies and Guidelines, Recruitment and Retention (Employment), Recognitions and Rewards, and Training/Development/Communication, and Wellness. There is a significant responsibility for assuring compliance with numerous federal regulations applicable to the assigned work areas. This class works within broad policy and organizational guidelines and does independent planning and implementation, reporting progress of major activities through periodic conferences and meetings. Accurate and efficient delivery and management of customer services in areas of responsibility is a critical success factor. Must maintain business acumen of all County departments and knowledge of all functions of HR and is a member of HRSD Management Team. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS The tasks listed below are those that represent the majority of the time spent working in this class. Management may assign additional tasks related to the type of work of the class as necessary. FUNCTIONS TO BE MANAGED INCLUDE CLASSIFICATION AND COMPENSATION, EMPLOYEE RELATIONS, AND RECRUITMENT AND RETENTION (EMPLOYMENT): Classification and Compensation Develops, updates, and manages the three-year Classification and Compensation Strategic Plan, including reclassifications, job descriptions, job titles, internal equity, Department pay plans, policies, guidelines, and reorganization changes. Develops, updates, and manages the County's classification and compensation plan, providing proper classifications and pay ranges for all positions in compliance with exempt and non-exempt criteria of the FLSA; maintains wage and salary relationships for all positions. Develops, updates, and manages the development of job descriptions to ensure compliance with all applicable federal regulations such as FLSA, ADA, EPA, CRA, Uniform Guidelines, and HIPAA as applicable. Develops, updates, and manages the processes for personnel actions; including promotion, discipline, and termination. Manages the preparation, documentation, processing, and investigation of unemployment claims. Manages the County's Internship program Employee Relations, Diversity, and Inclusion Oversees the grievance and mediation process; coordinates and participates in the investigation of employee complaints and coordinates with Grievance Committee. Develops and implements strategies to enhance employee morale and increase retention rates. Manages employee relations, grievances, investigations, EEO, and diversity. Manages responses to external agencies such as SHAC and EEOC. Promotes civility among all employees, supervisors, managers, and Department Heads. Manages the processes for personnel actions for discipline and termination. Manages the confidential Employee Assistance Program (EAP). Recruitment and Retention (Employment) Manages an employee recruitment process which is consistent with federal statutes and which will provide qualified job applicants for County positions. Assists County departments in filling employment vacancies by recruiting individuals for advertised positions. Manages talent acquisition, New Employee Orientation, talent retention, and talent development training programs. Manages the County's substance abuse policy, background / reference / driver's license check processes, and alcohol and drug testing program. Manages the processes for personnel actions for new hires. Develops, updates, and maintains succession development program, Develops, updates, and maintains effective retention program. Develops, updates, and maintains effective recruiting program. VOCATIONAL/EDUCATIONAL PREPARATION : Requires Bachelor's degree in personnel administration, business administration, or closely related field. SPECIAL CERTIFICATIONS AND LICENSES : Applicable professional human resources certification (SHRM, World at Work, HRCI CEBS or IPMA) is preferred. EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS : Requires 4 years of progressively responsible experience in human resources management or demonstrated excellence in human resources functional areas with potential for management growth and at least two years of supervisory experience.