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Human Resources Director, Franklin County Sheriff's Office, Closes September 8, 2017


JOB TITLE: Human Resources Director

The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office is seeking applicants to fill its Human Resources Director vacancy. The Human Resources Director works in the Administrative Services Division and serves in an unclassified position. Under the direction of the Sheriff the HR Director:

  • Supervises all human resources, payroll and labor relations operations.
  • Administers 6 collective bargaining agreements (CBA) including: labor negotiations planning, scheduling, and proposal preparation.
  • Conducts training on Sheriff’s Office policies and procedures, including FMLA and EEO training. May assist with employee investigations.
  • Assists the Board of Commissioners with administering health benefits. Works on committees for strategic planning, wellness, and RFPs.
  • Formulates policies, procedures and rules necessary for efficient management of Sheriff’s Office.
  • Advises employees and managers regarding HR and payroll or CBA issues.
  • Assists with the grievance process.
  • Acts as the Sheriff’s designee as assigned regarding HR, payroll, or labor relations functions.
  • Testifies as Sheriff’s Office representative in employment matters.
  • Works with Prosecutor’s Office on employment matters involving the Sheriff’s Office, lawsuits, arbitrations, unemployment compensation, etc.
  • Conducts classification audits and makes recommendations.
  • Acts as hearing officer for pre-disciplinary matters, writes reports and makes recommendations to the Sheriff.
  • Prepares various types of documents such as settlement agreements, labor negotiations proposals, memorandums, disciplinary and termination notices, etc.
  • Plans, schedules and oversees hiring process for deputy and civilian positions.
  • Conducts applicant interviews and performs background investigation and follow-up as needed.
  • Recommends applicants for hire, ensuring all minimum qualifications for the position to be filled are met.

Applicants should have several years’ experience working in human resources and/or labor relations, with excellent writing skills. Experience working in the public sector and unionized environment is required. Experience conducting employee investigations and collective bargaining negotiations are preferred. The position is an ORC 124.11(A)(9) unclassified position serving at the discretion of the Sheriff. Compensation will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. The Sheriff’s Office is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Interested applicants must submit updated resume and cover letter to David Masterson, Director of Administrative Services at dmmaster@franklincountyohio.gov by September 8th.