Position Information

Human Resources Manager
Position Summary
Senior level professional, managerial position which provides leadership and supervision to a shared services Human Resources department. The incumbent reports to the Chief Deputy of Administration. The position provides human resources services to the judges and staff of the District Court, Probation and Pretrial Services. The incumbent is responsible for recruitment, benefits, compensation, employee relations, policy development and administration, training and development of personnel within all units. The position requires excellent customer service and communication skills with the ability to handle multiple responsibilities.
 
Summary of Representative Duties and Responsibilities
  •  Partner with Human Resources staff and all levels of the organization to promote a team culture; support the human resources team in a shared service environment, with an emphasis on strategic and critical analysis and proactive customer service; foster a team environment by coaching, counseling, and mentoring human resources staff.
  • Provide guidance, support, innovative approaches, and oversite of: recruitment; onboarding; talent management; employee relations; performance management; employee recognition; intern program; equal employment opportunity; leave administration; classification and compensation administration; benefit and retirement plans administration; policy and procedure development and administration; professional and organizational training and development; strategic workforce planning; workers’ compensation; and human resources information system administration.
  • Collaborate with key stakeholders to develop and implement change management strategies to support the work of the Court, cultivate employee engagement and enhance the execution of competing priorities.
  • Responsible for review, interpretation and compliance to the Guide to Judiciary Policy Volume 12: Human Resources.
  • Process a variety of human resources and payroll time sensitive actions such as appointments, promotions, separations, terminations, within grade increases, and changes to benefit elections. Prepare and utilize spreadsheets to track personnel actions.
  • Maintain and monitor human resources records, including payroll and leave records. Maintain and audit leave and timekeeping records.
  • Maintain the facility access card program, room and equipment. Coordinate facility access card activities, supplies and equipment repair as needed with HR professionals in multiple agencies.
  • Prepare local and nationally required HR reports and other HR metrics.
  • Responsible for the coordination and oversight of the Court’s Continuity of Operations (COOP) program.
  • Work with the Chief Deputy of Administration to provide oversight and assistance with the Court’s community relations and public education programs.
  • Perform other related duties as assigned.
Position: Human Resources Manager
Organization: U.S. District Court
Location: St. Louis,  MO 
United States
Salary: $71,811-$116,688
Posting Start Date: 7/24/2019
Date Posted: 7/24/2019
Requirements A minimum of three to five years of progressively responsible human resources management experience in the above representative duties and:
  •  Strong customer service skills; proactive problem-solving approach; mature and decisive judgment; ability to handle matters discreetly and confidentially.
  • Flexible, able to adapt quickly and a willingness to take initiative.
  • Detail oriented, with outstanding organizational skills; capable of managing a variety of projects and duties in a timely manner.
  • Skill and accuracy in data entry and ability to process human resources paperwork and electronic transactions.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to communicate effectively to individuals and groups in all levels of the organization to provide information regarding human resources matters.
  • Skills in gathering and analyzing information to process and perform human resources activities according to policies, procedures and internal controls.
  • Ability to assist in the review of organizational functions and make recommendations on staffing, structure, and other human resources matters.
  • Bachelor’s degree; master’s degree in Human Resources or related field is preferred.
Apply online at: MOED Online Application System
Status: This listing expires on: 8/23/2019
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Organization Information
Name:
U.S. District Court
Address:
111 South 10th Street
Room 3.300
St. Louis,  MO 63102
United States
Email:
nicole_rode@moed.uscourts.gov
Phone:
314-244-7952
Fax:
314-244-7996
Contact:
Nicole Rode