|HUMAN RESOURCES ASSISTANT (SHERIFF)|
|Works under the direct supervision of the HR Coordinator to assist in planning, carrying out, and evaluating Human Resources activities.
EEOC CODE: 60
|1. Two (2) years of experience in a Human Resources environment; and
2. Two (2) years College Study from an accredited College or University; or
3. Equivalent combination of education and experience.
4. (Thorough knowledge and experience in Microsoft Excel creating and maintaining spreadsheets preferred.)
5. (PROOF OF EDUCATION, TRAINING AND/OR EXPERIENCE IS REQUIRED)
|1. Updates and maintains internal Position Control Budget via the Sheriff’s Office System. Ensures the internal records balance with Shelby County Government’s Position Control Budget.
2. Coordinates new/promotion/transfer/reclassifications and position assignments (prepare Payroll Data Sheet for payroll & departmental memos).
3. Coordinates internal position/re-assignments of law enforcement.
4. Manages Sheriff’s Office budget and transfers funds appropriately upon necessity. Also, inputs and updates salaries in Sheriff’s Office System.
5. Assigns employee S-numbers of all employment status (new civilian employees, Reserves, EMS, Explorers etc.).
6. Prepares productivity reports, monthly statistical reports for employee activity which includes vacancy report, key indicator presentations and other reports.
7. Generates annual semi-annual reports for payment of Holiday Pay, In-Service, Uniform Allotment and Education Incentive.
8. Acts as department coordinator for generating Sheriff Office System reports.
9. Create, update and maintain SCSO performance appraisal templates.
10. Perform other related duties as assigned.
|1. Knowledge of administrative functions, programs, policies and procedures.
2. Knowledge of organizational, financial (including budgeting, accounting and/or auditing), purchasing and/or personnel management techniques.
3. Knowledge of Shelby County program and policies and services and related federal, state, and local programs.
4. Knowledge of Sheriff’s Office System (SOS) and the ability to run and generate reports.
5. Ability to make oral and written reports (including graphs and charts) and presentation to relate findings, identify problems clearly, concisely and effectively.
|201 Poplar Avenue, Suite 925, Memphis, Tennessee 38103|