Job Opportunity

Human Resources Analyst I/II
Mendocino County

Date Posted:

August 12, 2019


$49,316.80 – $69,409.60 Annually


Under general supervision, performs advanced journey-level professional human resources work of difficult and complex nature in the areas of recruitment and selection, examination development, classification/salary administration, training and employee development, employee relations, labor relations, medical leave, ADA, and/or related fields; gathers and analyzes data and information; drafts reports and makes recommendations; and performs related duties as required.

This recruitment is OPEN UNTIL FILLED. It is subject to close at any time; please apply immediately to assure consideration.

The vacancy is in Ukiah. This is an at-will position; exempt from Civil Service.


Education: Bachelor’s degree; AND

HR Analyst I: One year of highly responsible, technical experience in a related personnel function.

HR Analyst II: Two years of analytical experience in a centralized personnel system at a level equivalent to Mendocino County’s HR Analyst I, including at least one year involving one or more of the following: job analysis, examination development, labor relations, etc.

Related experience may be substituted for the education at a rate of two years of experience to one year of education. (Please visit our website below for the complete job description.)

Licenses and Certifications: Valid California Driver’s License

How to Apply:

To be considered for this career opportunity, please submit a County application and resume using the County’s online application system.
Depending upon the number of qualified candidates, a Qualifications Appraisal may be administered.

Human Resources Department
County of Mendocino
501 Low Gap Road, Room 1326
Ukiah, CA 95482
Phone: 707.234.6600, fax: 707.468.3407
E-mail questions to:

Filing Deadline:

Open until filled

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