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The Department of Human Resources is now recruiting for its next Chief Deputy Director, Department of Human Resources.

The Department of Human Resources (DHR) is committed to providing innovative, effective, and efficient HR solutions to support public service by recruiting, developing, and retaining a highly qualified and diverse workforce. DHR serves as the County’s central human resources agency providing support to 38 departments. DHR serves as partners with line HR operations to provide an integrated approach to human resources management with a centralized-decentralized balance.

The Chief Deputy works closely with the Director of Personnel and is responsible for guiding the departmental mission, vision, policy, and strategy, as well as managing the internal operations of DHR to ensure the department leads collaborative system improvement efforts focused on best practices of human resources. The ideal candidate will have extensive demonstrated success as a Chief Operating Officer providing administrative leadership, oversight, and accountability for the fiscal, budget, information technology, personnel, and other administrative functions of the department.

1) A bachelor’s degree in public administration, business administration, human resources management, law, organizational development, industrial-organizational psychology, organizational behavior, or closely related field and 2) five years of experience managing large complex and diverse organizations, in fields such as public administration, human resources, legal  counsel, and/or strategic planning.

Required License
A valid California Class “C” Driver’s License or the ability to utilize an alternative method of transportation when needed to carry out job-related essential functions.

Examples of Duties
• Directing the development and implementation of changes in organization, staffing, work processing, and management  information systems to increase department effectiveness and efficiency and reduce administrative costs.
• Managing the formulation and implementation of the department’s vision, mission, and strategic plan by providing leadership to management staff and working in a team environment to meet short and long-term departmental goals.
• Formulating department administrative policy, directing execution, and evaluating work accomplished.
• Partnering with departmental human resources managers to provide a strategic and integrated approach to human resources management across the County while maintaining a centralized-decentralized balance.
• Ensuring compliance with federal, State, and local laws pertaining to the administration of human resources policies and procedures, including Title VII matters.
• Serving as the Director’s chief liaison with other County departments, governmental agencies, and the public, concerning the operations of human resources program.

• Graduated from an accredited college or university with a juris doctorate or master’s degree in business administration, human resources, public administration, industrial organization, or a closely related field.
• Demonstrated leadership skills and ability to manage large and complex organizational projects and diverse teams.
• Significant experience in strategic planning, policy development, and project management.
• Experience with implementing human resources information systems and data analytics, complex technology projects, and a strong understanding of IT enterprise management concepts.
• Extensive knowledge and experience in the implementation and evaluation of performance-based metrics and customer and program-based continuous improvement initiatives.
• Expert knowledge of federal, State, and local labor and employment laws and regulations.

Demonstrated performance and success implementing efficiencies and innovative projects in human resources in large organizations.
• A comprehensive knowledge of management and organizational principles, control systems, utilization of resources, and a strong track record of success in large-scale fiscal and budgetary management.
• A track record of results demonstrating initiative and successful engagement with public officials, executives, managers, professional staff, and the general public.
• Strong knowledge of Talent Management practices and strategy.

Annual Salary: $212,120 – $329,890
Starting annual salary will be dependent on qualifications and career accomplishments. This unclassified position is subject to the provisions of the County’s Management Appraisal and Performance Plan (MAPP) and is compensated at the MAPP Range of R18.

The County provides an excellent benefits package that allows employees to choose benefits that meet their specific needs. The package includes:
• Retirement Plan – The successful candidate will participate in a defined benefit plan.
• Cafeteria Benefit Plan – Benefits may be purchased from the MegaFlex Cafeteria Benefit Plan using a tax-free County contribution of an additional 14.5% of the employee’s monthly salary.
• Flexible Spending Accounts – In addition to tax-free medical and dependent care spending accounts, the County contributes $75 per month to the Dependent Care Spending Account.
• Savings Plan (401k) – Optional tax-deferred income plan that may include a County matching contribution of up to 4% of the employee’s salary.
• Deferred Compensation Plan (457) – Optional tax-deferred income plan that may include a County matching contribution of up to 4% of the employee’s salary.
• Non-Elective Days – 10 paid days per year with the option to buy elective annual leave days. Annual leave can be used for vacation, sick, or personal leave.
• Holidays – 13 paid days per year.

Job Information

  • Job ID: 71410858
  • Workplace Type: On-Site
  • Location:
    Los Angeles County, California, United States
  • Company Name For Job: Los Angeles County - Los Angeles, CA
  • Position Title: Chief Deputy Director, Department of Human Resources
  • Job Function: Human Resources
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