University Personnel is currently recruiting for the following positions (click the title to learn more or to apply):
- The Assistant is responsible for the daily processing of volunteer and other Person of Interest (POI) appointments, including determining whether background checks are required and monitoring the outcomes, determining if the appointment is appropriate and valid, and assisting department users with the completion of forms and data entry. In addition, the Assistant supports the Coordinator with compliance duties such as monitoring and responding to emails and updating information related to online compliance training.
- The Employee Support Services Representative works independently under general supervision to provide personnel support for all university employees. Incumbent performs moderately complex duties related to processing the full range of personnel transactions and employment-related documents for all categories of University employees. Personnel transactions include reviewing and auditing temporary faculty and academic student employee appointments and ensuring adherence to the Unit 3 (CFA) and Unit 11 (UAW) collective bargaining agreements and Academic Senate policies and procedures.
- The Senior Compensation Analyst is the primary compensation professional on campus. The incumbent acts as the subject matter expert for classification and compensation for campus and for the Recruiting team in University Personnel. The incumbent is responsible for conducting and making decisions on classification & compensation reviews for staff, management and faculty employees (when applicable) and is responsible for reviewing and maintaining equity across the campus while ensuring adherence to CSU policies and Collective Bargaining Agreements.
- The Senior Analyst works under limited supervision and performs journey-level professional employee/labor relations staff duties including investigation design, research and analysis; assists in the resolution of disputes; assists in the preparation of grievance and complaint responses; assists with the design, development and facilitation of employee/labor relations related training. Provides advice and interpretation of Collective Bargaining Agreements, CSU policies and procedures to managers and work leads/supervisors; assist investigators with related duties and performs related duties as required. This position will also provide support to the area of equal opportunity as needed.
If you know someone outside of the university who might be interested, please direct them to apply via jobs.sjsu.edu.