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STATE HOSPITALS, SALINAS VALLEY PSYCHIATRIC PROGRAM

Title:  PERSONNEL SPECIALIST
Salary: $2,602.00 - $4,819.00
Posted: 11/14/2013

Job Description:
Under the supervision of the Personnel Supervisor I, the Personnel Specialist applies laws, rules and regulations concerning personnel transaction, payroll, benefits and various documents. Independently interprets reference materials and follows oral and written directions. Communicates with employees both verbally and in writing of their entitlements. Utilizes various computer systems. Maintains personnel records including the Official Personnel File. Responsible for processing and keying of various personnel documents for an assigned employee roster. This includes Personnel Action Request (PAR’s), Employee Action Request (EAR’s). Process documents for personnel appointments, miscellaneous transfers, terminations, and adverse actions. Applies the appropriate Laws and Rules utilizing various manuals for documentation. Provides and processes employee health, dental and/or flex elect benefits. Prepares and/or reviews personnel/payroll related materials for accuracy. Provide customer service to staff and outside agencies, answer questions, and respond to written requests for information relative to personnel matters. Initiates and keys appropriate documentation for master pay and overtime including the processing, calculating and keying of 7k overtime for R06 employees. Process employees’ holiday, shift differential pay and MOD night shift incentive pay. Keys employee pay docks and certain pay differentials. Reconcile pay with payroll request documentation and clear salary advances and accounts receivables. Responsible for insuring all timesheets are submitted on a monthly basis. Responsible for initiating, tracking and setting up appropriate account receivable documentation in the required time frame. Process in a timely basis appropriate documentation for employee garnishment, payroll adjustments, out-of-class assignments, Non-Industrial Disability Leave Insurance (NDI), Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), uniform allowance and salary advances. Provide service to institutional staff, answer questions, and respond to written requests for information relative to personnel matters. On a monthly basis update employees leave usage/accruals onto the employee leave card and input onto CLAS. Reconcile both the leave card and CLAS by the SCO calendar date. Candidates currently in the classification eligible to transfer, eligible lateral transfers, voluntary demotions, reinstatements, eligibles on certification list, and employees on a SROA list or designation surplus are encouraged to apply. SROA/Surplus candidates must include copy of certification letter. State applications (STD 678) can be downloaded from www.jobs.ca.gov. Clearly indicate the position you are applying for and the basis of your eligibility in the Explanation section located at the bottom of page one. Lateral transfers must submit a copy of current performance report. All applications will be screened and only the most competitive candidates will be invited for an interview. Position is offered as limited term with the possibility of becoming permanent.

Additional Information:

Working Title Position Number
None Specified 488 - 205 - 1303 - VAR
Location County
Soledad MONTEREY
Timebase Tenure
Full Time Limited Term  12 month(s)
Final Filing Date: Department Link:
12/02/2013 http://www.dsh.ca.gov
Contact Unit/Address Contact Name/Phone
Selection Services Unit
PO Box 1080
Soledad, CA 93960
Desiree Abad
831-678-5500 ext 7342

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