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Advanced level human resources professional. Develops university-wide policy, programs and procedures. Provides professional consultations to employees, supervisors, and management on human resources issues. This is the third level of professional human resources work which is distinguished by the complexity and scope of issues, independence and discretion, and technical expertise required. Positions assigned to this level function at the highest degree of these factors.


Provides professional human resources services in a specific area such as employment, training, classification/compensation, benefits, or employee relations.

May serve as an human resources generalist providing a variety of services to specific organizations within the university.

Assists in developing university wide policies, procedures, and programs. Researches, analyzes, and makes recommendations for specific policy related issues.

Interprets policies, procedures, laws, and regulations. Provides advice and assistance to university employees, supervisors, and management.

Maintains, and actively enhances, effective working relationships with university employees, supervisors, and management.

Prepares reports concerning human resources activities.

Performs related work as assigned.


Graduation from an accredited college/university with a Bachelor's degree plus four (4) years of experience in related field; or equivalent combination of education and experience.


Strong interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to work effectively with a wide range of constituencies in a diverse community.

Ability to make administrative and procedural decisions on sensitive, confidential issues.

Ability to analyze complex information, and to define and solve problems.

Ability to apply standard software applications to data issues and analysis.

Extensive knowledge of human resources laws and regulations.

Extensive knowledge of concepts, methods, practices, and procedures of human resources.



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