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Personnel Board - LFCHD Merit System Council

   

Category

Human Resources

Contact Info

Lexington-Fayette County Health Department

Job Title

Merit System Council Personnel Board

Contact Info  

Laura Foley
mailto:laura.foley@ky.gov

859-899-5238

Position Summary:  


Personnel Board Opportunity:


The Lexington-Fayette County Health Department (LFCHD) has two vacancies to serve on its personnel board: the LFCHD Merit System Council.


The Merit System Council makes recommendations to Lexington-Fayette County Health Department (LFCHD) regarding personnel and human resources practices. The council also oversees the merit appeal process, reviews activities of Human Resources, reviews classification and compensation plans and changes, and reviews and approves amendments to the Merit System Rules.


The Council meets once per quarter for about 2 hours each meeting to review recent personnel activities and to advise on trending Human Resources issues.



Qualifications  
      

Merit System Council Members must meet these qualifications:

  • Ability to serve minimum 2-year term
  • Ability to attend quarterly meetings on a Wednesday from 4:30p-6:30p
  • Experience in improvement of public administration and impartial selection of personnel
  • Resident of Fayette County
How to Apply 


The Lexington-Fayette County Health Department is an independent public health agency charged with helping Lexington be well, and in 2014 became nationally accredited. LFCHD is a recognized leader in health promotion, health protection, personal health care and prevention of disease. LFCHD is committed to providing essential Public Health services and we employ a diversified staff of approximately 160 employees


   

Posted September 10, 2018 

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Professional Development Coordinator

   

Category

Human Resources

Contact Info

Legislative Research Commission (Frankfort)

Job Title

Professional Development Coordinator

Contact Info  

Tim Holbrook

Tim.holbrook@lrc.ky.gov

Position Summary:  


Set the strategic direction for all professional development within the organization. This position will report to the Deputy Director/Chief Human Resources Officer.


Responsibilities:


  • Develop and conduct LRC orientations.
  • Consult with LRC leaders and designated committees and departments to design strategic training programs that will enhance the overall operations of the LRC.
  • Research, design, and develop training programs based on annual needs assessment.
  • Design and develop an evaluation tool in order to assess the impact of the organizational development and training on the LRC.
  • Serve as main contact for all training programs offered from the LRC.
  • Serve as an instructor for several LRC-provided training programs.
  • Develop faculty, within the LRC, for content-specific subject matters.
  • Work with other outside training vendors and evaluate the design and content of their educational programs.
Qualifications  
 
  • Bachelor's degree related to human resources development, organizational development, psychology, public administration, business administration, communications, or a related field. A master’s degree in any of the previous mentioned fields will be given added consideration. Three to five years’ experience in developing and presenting professional development programs is required. Education may be substituted for experience, and experience may be substituted for education at the discretion of the hiring supervisor/manager.
  • Excellent presentation skills.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite.
  • Outstanding organizational and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to work independently as well as in a team environment.
  • Ability to understand and uphold the strict confidential nature of legislative work.
  • Ability to uphold expectations of a nonpartisan staff member.
  • Ability to work extended hours as needed.
How to Apply 

  • Applications for this position must be submitted by the close of business September 10th, 2018. Review will begin immediately upon receipt.
  • All persons who meet the minimum requirements and are interested in this position must email a cover letter and current résumé to LRCresumes@lrc.ky.gov and list the job title in the email subject line. An application (which may be accessed at www.lrc.ky.gov/lrc/LRCapplication.pdf) must be completed prior to any interview. Each person interested in the position is encouraged to submit the application when submitting the cover letter and current résumé.
  • Alternatively, applicants may mail these materials to:

Tim Holbrook

Deputy Director/Chief Human Resources Officer

Legislative Research Commission

702 Capitol Avenue, Capitol Annex, Room 104

Frankfort, Kentucky 40601


   

Posted August 30, 2018 

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Human Resources Manager

   

Category

Human Resources - Management

Contact Info

Hawkins HR Consulting

Job Title

Human Resources Manager

Contact Info  

Karen Hawkins

Karen@HawkinsHRConsulting.com

Position Summary:  


Our client, a global Tier 1 Automotive Supplier in the greater Lexington, KY area, is seeking a HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGER. This position is responsible for the recruitment, retention, development and positive employee relations with the workforce. Additionally, this role will create and manage policies for an employee base of approximately 300 non-union and salaried individuals. This position pays $90-100K with up to 20% bonus potential.



Responsibilities:


    • Employee relations and communication regarding policies.
    • Recruiting and retention of full-time and temporary staff.
    • Employee development and succession planning, including training program management.
    • Benefits, payroll and compensation program administration.
    • Drives the performance management system for exempt and non-exempt staff.
    • Interfaces with Corporate HR Department as needed. This position reports directly to the Corporate HR Leader with a dotted line to the Plant Manager.
    • Coaches leadership team regarding disciplinary issues and development concerns.
    • Knowledgeable regarding Federal and State employment law.
    • Manages two direct reports in the HR department.
    • Manages departmental budget and participates in the development of goals and strategies for the department.
    • Maintain positive public relations and community reputation.
    • (Side note - Safety and Workers' Compensation programs are administered by the EHS department).

Qualifications  

  • Five years of human resources management experience is required in automotive or other heavy industrial manufacturing environment.
  • 24/7 operation experience in HR is strongly preferred.
  • Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Business or a related field.
  • Union and Non-Union HR experience preferred
  • HR Certification:  PHR, SPHR, SHRM-CP, SHRM-SCP is desired.
  • Benefits:

    • Excellent pay including up to 20% bonus incentive program. 
    • Very strong benefit package including 100% employer paid life, STD and LTD.       
    • Health, dental, vision are also included with the employer paying ~ 75% of premiums. 
    • The 401(k) has matching and defined contributions that are quite generous.   

How to Apply 

Contact Info: Karen Hawkins

Karen@HawkinsHRConsulting.com

859-559-1910

   

Posted July 26, 2018 

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HR Generalist - Employment

   

Category

Human Resources

Contact Info

KCTCS

Job Title

HR Generalist - Employment

Contact Info  

Click to apply here

angela.fields@kctcs.edu

Position Summary:  


Support work within the Human Resources Employment area for System Office and colleges to support the mission and operations of KCTCS.


KCTCS offers a competitive benefits package and an attractive work environment that supports excellence, innovation and creativity. Positions with the KCTCS System Office are term-contract positions, with the expectancy of continuance based on performance.



Responsibilities:


  • Assist with all aspects of system office recruiting, including but not limited to advertising/posting jobs, collecting resumes/applications, reviewing credentials and facilitating search process.
  • On-boarding of system office employees – coordinate and conduct new hire orientation and distribute and collect materials/paperwork.
  • Assist system office supervisors and employees through the FMLA process, keeping current with federal laws and guidelines. To include tracking FMLA data in HRMS (PeopleSoft) and generating reports.
  • Assist with KCTCS Sick Leave Sharing program system office employees.
  • Respond to unemployment notices and maintain employment files serving as a liaison between colleges and the system office when completing notices. Reconcile quarterly unemployment insurance claims billing and respond to requests for wages.
  • Additional duties as assigned within the HR Generalist function (Comp/HRIS/Employment).

Qualifications  

  • Bachelor's degree and two (2) years position-related experience or equivalent
  • Preferred Competencies:
      • Bachelor's Degree and five (5) years position-related experience or equivalent
      • PHR or SHRM Certification


How to Apply 

  • To apply, visit http://systemoffice.kctcs.edu and click on "Job-Seekers"

  • Applicants will be notified if selected for an interview.

  • Initial review of applicants will begin on August 9, 2018.

  • Position is open until filled.

  • KY law requires state and national pre-employment background checks as a condition of employment. 

 KCTCS is committed to achieving excellence through cultural diversity.
We actively encourage applications and/or nominations of persons of color, women,
veterans, persons with disabilities and other individuals.

KCTCS is an equal opportunity employer and educational institution.



   

Posted July 20, 2018 

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Compensation Specialist

   

Category

Human Resources

Contact Info

KCTCS

Job Title

Compensation Specialist

Contact Info  

Click to apply here

angela.fields@kctcs.edu

Position Summary:  


Support work within the Human Resources Compensation area for System Office and colleges to support the mission and operations of KCTCS. 


KCTCS offers a competitive benefits package and an attractive work environment that supports excellence, innovation and creativity. Positions with the KCTCS System Office are term-contract positions, with the expectancy of continuance based on performance.


Responsibilities:



  •  Evaluate new positions and reclassification requests for System Office and colleges. Recommend title, band, FLSA status and IPEDS   code.
  •  Provide analysis of salary equity checks for new hires, promotions and reclassifications for System Office and colleges including   analysis of salary exceptions.
  •  Perform duties within HRIS (PeopleSoft) to support the compensation/employment function (includes setting up jobs, positions   numbers, testing and corrections).
  •  Provide analysis and general support to departments in regard to compensation requests (Open records, DOL investigations, FLSA,   IPEDS).
  •  Research and complete internal and external salary survey requests.
  •  Additional duties as assigned within the HR Generalist function (Comp/HRIS/Employment).
Qualifications  

  • Bachelor's degree and two (2) years position-related experience or equivalent
  • Preferred Competencies:
      • Bachelor's Degree and five (5) years position-related experience or equivalent
      • PHR or SHRM Certification
      • Certified Compensation Professional (CCP)


How to Apply 

  • To apply, visit http://systemoffice.kctcs.edu and click on "Job-Seekers"

  • Applicants will be notified if selected for an interview.

  • Initial review of applicants will begin on August 9, 2018.

  • Position is open until filled.

  • KY law requires state and national pre-employment background checks as a condition of employment. 

 KCTCS is committed to achieving excellence through cultural diversity.
We actively encourage applications and/or nominations of persons of color, women,
veterans, persons with disabilities and other individuals.

KCTCS is an equal opportunity employer and educational institution.


   

Posted July 20, 2018 

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