Human Resources Analyst III (Outreach / Diversity)
Metropolitan Water District of Southern California
EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
- Education and Experience: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in a related field and four years relevant experience; or two years as a MWD Human Resources Analyst II.
Relevant Experience is defined as: Human Resources, EEO, Affirmative Action, Nondiscrimination, Talent Acquisition, Diversity Recruiting, Employment Specialist, Compliance, Data Analytics, Diversity & Inclusion, Outreach, and Community Engagement in any setting.
This classification performs work that requires maintaining confidentiality and is routinely privy to matters that either involves confidential information, sensitive personnel issues, or exposure to confidential and sensitive strategic corporate information.
CERTIFICATIONS, LICENSES, AND REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS:
- License(s): Valid California Class C Driver’s License or equivalent (required at time of application) that allows you to drive during your employment.
As a talent seeker, you understand that diversity is critical to the success of an organization. Diversity, outreach and EO compliance are areas that have been an essential part of your career and you are committed to these concepts. You understand the importance of data analytics in supporting and driving workforce diversity and talent outreach efforts. You enjoy meeting people, developing partnerships and educating others on employment opportunities.
This role will assist with maintaining and expanding sourcing activities for talent in support of the organization’s EEO, Affirmative Action and Nondiscrimination programs. Data accuracy will be critical when preparing and interpreting workforce analytics related to these programs. Strong communication, presentation and interpersonal skills will enable the successful candidate to build relationships that promote talent pipelines with underrepresented populations. This role will collaborate with internal stakeholders on actions and approaches that assist Metropolitan in achieving a diverse and skilled workforce.
Here is more about what this role will be doing:
- Working under the direction of the Equal Employment Opportunity Manager, the primary focus will be to further outreach efforts that support the attraction of qualified and diverse talent in support of compliance programs.
- Responsibilities include: developing, improving and identifying partnerships for Metropolitan's outreach and diversity efforts; collaborate and interface with resources and partners to disseminate information on employment opportunities to generate a qualified and diverse candidate pool.
- Recommends the establishment of new programs relating to EEO/AA programs and recruitment outreach efforts.
- Proficiency in Microsoft office suite, in particular Excel.
- Strong organizational skills and excellent attention to detail are necessary as you clean and combine large workforce data sets.
There is approximately 30 - 40% travel within Metropolitan’s service area including occasional evening, weekend workout and out of town.
This job announcement has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work being performed by employees in this classification / job.
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- Competitive compensation
- Excellent medical, dental, life, vision plans.
- Deferred compensation in the form of a 401(k) plan (with matching contribution) and a 457 plan.
- Retirement benefits under the California Public Employees' Retirement System
- Tuition reimbursement
- Training and advancement opportunities
- Excellent working environment
- Public transportation reimbursements and van pools
- Hub of public transportation: rail, subway, buses, and taxis
- On-site fitness center
The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California is a consortium of 26 cities and water districts that provides drinking water to nearly 19 million people in Southern California. Metropolitan’s mission is to provide its service area with adequate and reliable supplies of high quality water to meet current and future needs in an environmentally and economically responsible way. Metropolitan’s facilities include the 242-mile Colorado River Aqueduct, five water treatment plants with a combined capacity of 2.3 billion gallons per day, nine surface water reservoirs, 800 miles of pipeline, and 16 hydroelectric power plants.
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