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Human Capital Management Manager - 20037778 at STATE OF OHIO

Posted in General Business 30+ days ago.

Type: Full-Time
Location: Columbus, Ohio

Job Description:

The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services’ mission is to improve the well-being of Ohio's workforce and families by promoting economic self-sufficiency and ensuring the safety of Ohio's most vulnerable citizens.

The Office of Employee and Business Services (OEBS) manages the agency’s administrative services, including human resources, facility operations and organizational development. OEBS and its component bureaus support the primary goal of the ODJFS by providing continuous, accurate and timely administrative services to the program areas within the department. OEBS's customers include all ODJFS employees, clients, service providers, county agencies, and the public.

Major Duties and Responsibilities

Under general direction, serves as human resources manager for the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services (ODJFS) and responsibly directs implementation of human resources sub-programs (i.e., New Employee Orientation and Recruitment Outreach): develops new methods and techniques for recruitment outreach for ODJFS with concentration on hard to fill positions and classifications; collaborates with ODJFS Office of Communications to ensure positions are posted on social media; researches and chooses job advertising options; leads recruitment initiatives (e.g., conducts agency wide surveys; facilitates meetings with ODJFS managers to obtain information and feedback on knowledge, skills, abilities, and competencies needed for specific positions; develops business relationships with colleges, universities, and trade schools to locate applicants for hard to fill positions; participates in job fairs); tracks recruitment metrics (e.g., time to hire; quality of hire); conducts training and workshops for human resources staff to ensure effective rollout of recruitment strategies (e.g., ensures human resources presence and support for ODJFS hiring managers when conducting employment interviews); advises and trains managers on interviewing techniques; leads new employee orientation process and trains human resources staff on implementation of new process; monitors, updates, and maintains new employee resources on innerweb.

Coordinates human resources sub-programs and advanced sub-programs (e.g., Position Specific Minimum Qualification (PSMQ) Validation; Content-Valid Assessment/Selection Design; Personnel Actions; Position Descriptions; Selection; Organizational Design): provides technical assistance and advises Deputy Directors and managerial staff on issues related to human resources sub-programs and advanced sub-programs and human resources policies; confers with all levels of management staff to determine human resources needs; composes and edits position descriptions; coordinates the entire hiring process for assigned Offices (e.g., enters requisition requests and ensures all approvals are obtained; ensures an accurate position description is completed; conducts validity studies and job analysis process including a weighted summary to ensure written assessments and structured interviews are valid and defensible; works in close coordination with hiring manager(s) to determine additional criteria needed for posting; participates as a panel member for interviews as required; assists with onboarding of new employees); coordinates assigned ODJFS Office payroll and benefit matters with Payroll/Benefits staff; supports and promotes implementation of human resources goals and objectives; prepares workforce and succession planning documents; prepares human resources information for records retention (e.g., selection files); prepares required administrative and confidential reports, forms, and correspondence; utilizes the worker tracking system (i.e., SP-WTS) to enter and edit information for internal movement of employees and off-boarding of employees.

Carries out established recruitment, hiring, and selection process (e.g., screens applications to determine if minimum qualifications are met; works with hiring manager to determine additional screening criteria when appropriate; compiles lists of applicants to be tested and/or interviewed; provides hiring manager with information and guidance in hiring process; processes selection packages).

Performs other related duties as assigned (e.g., participates in and/or makes presentations at staff meetings; travels to attend trainings and meetings; operates personal computer to produce correspondence, reports, and other documents; maintains logs, records, and files).

The following are the minimum qualifications for this position. For further consideration, applicants must clearly identify how qualifications are met within the education and/or experience sections of the application.

The ideal candidate, at minimum, must have the following:

  • Completion of undergraduate core program in human resources, business or public administration

  • AND 24 mos. exp. in human resources which included 12 mos. exp. in supervisory &/or management principles & techniques.


  • 4 yrs. exp. in human resources


  •  12 mos. exp. as Human Capital Management Senior Analyst, 64613


  •  equivalent of Minimum Class Qualifications For Employment noted above

Salary: $16.00