EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:
Under administrative direction , oversees the activities performed within an administrative section of a City department. Monitors the administration of personnel, payroll, departmental policy manual revision, and budget activities. Attends second-step employee grievance meetings and prepares departmental responses to grievances. Represents Department at labor relations and personnel administration meetings. Monitors the departmental budget, accident and safety record, and payroll. Provides interpretations of departmental labor contracts, policies, applicable Civil Service Rules, and personnel manual. Performs other job-related duties as required.
A High School Diploma or GED is required. A Bachelor's Degree in Business/Public Administration, Human Resources, or closely related field from an accredited four year college or university is required. Three years of full time paid experience in Personnel Administration is required. (Substitution: Two years of experience may substitute for each year of college education lacking.)
Assist the Office of Professional Standards Administrator in monitoring the administration of personnel. Overseeing and monitoring the budget for the Office of Professional Standards. Managing staff training for OPS and the Civilian Police Review Board. Managing the process of revising and maintaining the Operations, Policy, and Procedural Manual. Managing the response process for Public Records Requests. Overseeing management of unit vehicle fleet
Additional Department Duties
Under the administrative direction of the OPS Administrator, this position will have the day to day responsibility for the management of the Office of Professional Standards. Duties include the management of investigators, preparation of case presentation to the Civilian Review Board, interaction with citizens, community organizations, and victim assistance organizations.