Jobs: Human Resources

Wednesday, November 28, 2018

WSDOT has a Human Resources opening in Shoreline

Human Resource Consultant 1

Opening Date: 11/27/2018
Closing Date: 12/11/2018 11:59pm

The Washington State Department of Transportation’s Northwest Region (NWR) Office is looking for a skilled Human Resources professional to join our dynamic HR team. This position will provide generalist support to Senior Human Resources Consultant(s) and assigned client groups. Duties will include, but are not limited to, benefits administration, retirement administration, employee relations, compensation, performance management, reasonable accommodation, and leave administration. This is an excellent opportunity for someone who wants to solidify their foundational knowledge in HR to become a full-spectrum professional.

The Northwest Region Human Resources Office supports approximately 1,400 employees in Western Washington. Besides being an initial point of contact the incumbent independently responds to routine inquiries from employees and managers and ensures that human resources policies and procedures are implemented efficiently. The top candidate must be prepared to maintain acute attention to detail through a highly repetitive and often substantial daily workload. Additionally, the incumbent must possess the ability to quickly build, develop and maintain positive working relationships with diverse customer groups. You will use professional experience in human resources practices, policies and procedures and collective bargaining agreements to respond to inquiries, educate staff and communicate updates and changes.

To view the entire job posting and apply, please visit: HRC 1


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