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File #: 1417-2018    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Consent Calendar Status: Passed
File created: 5/15/2018 In control: CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF NAPA
On agenda: 6/19/2018 Final action: 6/19/2018
Title: Classification Specifications and Salary Ranges for Human Resources Manager, Safety Analyst and the Classification Revision for Human Resources Coordinator
Attachments: 1. ATCH 1 - Resolution, 2. EX A - Safety Analyst Class Spec, 3. EX B - HR Manager Class Spec, 4. EX C - Human Resources Coordinator Class Spec
To: Honorable Mayor and Members of City Council

From: Jennifer Brizel, Assistant Human Resources Director

Prepared By: Jennifer Brizel, Assistant Human Resources Director

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Classification Specifications and Salary Ranges for Human Resources Manager, Safety Analyst and the Classification Revision for Human Resources Coordinator

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RECOMMENDED ACTION:
Recommendation

Adopt a resolution amending the City classification plan by adopting new classification specifications and salary ranges for Human Resources Manager, Safety Analyst and the classification revision for Human Resources Coordinator.
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DISCUSSION:
The Human Resources Department has conducted a review of the classifications within their department to maximize resources and operate with greater efficiency and cost effectiveness.

With the retirement of the Safety Officer, Human Resources staff reviewed the scope of responsibilities for the role and recommend streamlining responsibilities. The Safety Officer managed health and safety regulatory compliance, site safety inspections and meetings, led the Citywide safety committee meetings, managed the workers' compensation and employee DMV pull notice program as well as Safety Training, reasonable accommodation administration and the ergonomic program.

Some of the duties performed by the Safety Officer required close collaboration with the HR Department's Management Analyst II responsible for leave administration, compliance, training and workers' compensation case management.

The Safety Officer role helped to manage safety issues as they arose and coordinated with department managers to implement training. However, the responsibility for overall safety management was directed to the Safety Officer. Citywide Safety requires more direct oversight and enhanced coordination with the leave administration programs to identify workers' compensation and leave of absence trends in order to develop quality mitigation plans as well as ensure...

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