Job Openings Human Resoures Analyst (Towson)

About the job Human Resoures Analyst (Towson)

Human Resources Analyst needed for our education client in Towson.  The Human Resources Analyst will collaborate with Principals, Department Heads, and/or Supervisors to recruit and hire a quality workforce while adhering to bargaining unit master agreements, Board Policies, federal/state laws, and school system procedures.   One year contract position. The non-negotiable pay rate is $34.00 per hour.

Essential Duties:

  • Reviews applications and screens individuals qualifications.
  • Facilitates screening interview panels which includes developing interview questions, establishing consistent guidelines for panel members, and ensuring a fair and equitable process is adhered to for candidate and vacancy.
  • Computes, processes, and authorizes personnel related actions regarding regular and temporary personnel employees, following established guidelines for salary placement.
  • Provides interpretation and guidance to employees, administrators, and department heads regarding master agreements, Board Policies, HR laws/regulations regarding personnel/HR related issues.
  • Develops and presents recruitment sessions which include creating materials and advertisements, scheduling dates, location and staff, delivery of presentation to candidates, and facilitating the interview and recommendation of candidates.
  • Creates and maintains partnerships within the local community (i.e., workforce development/job centers, trade schools, BCPS stakeholders, etc.) to address critical shortage area and/or hard-to-fill positions.
  • Works with administrators regarding staffing which involves reconciliation of organization worksheets provided by the Office of Position Management, determining vacancies, and identifying potential surplus employees.
  • Works with employees who are involuntarily excessed, voluntarily request a transfer, or are returning to work from an approved leave of absence about a suitable assignment.
  • Collaborates with offices such as Staff Relations, EEO/Compliance, Employee Absence & Risk Management, and Employee Benefits/Retirement/Leaves to facilitate assignment accommodations, respond to requests for information, EEO concerns, grievances, unemployment, and general HR related concerns or questions.
  • Participates in the administration of the Substitute Employee Management System (SEMS) and/or utilization of the HR information and applicant tracking systems.
  • Serves as a liaison with the Department of Information Technology and Business Management Information Systems to investigate and resolve HR system concerns.
  • Assists applicants with applicant tracking system.
  • Serves as a liaison to central offices regarding the staffing of programs to include coordination and monitoring of the application and on-boarding process.
  • Develops and maintains databases and spreadsheets to track all related personnel data.
  • Develops reports, statistics, and analysis as requested by HR Supervisor and/or HR leadership.
  • Assists in preparing departmental correspondence, forms, and other related documents.
  • Develops, organizes, and conducts new hire orientation sessions.
  • Participates and assists in activities such as job fairs, recruitment events, and high school job training programs.
  • Attends and actively participates in team meetings to assist in continuous improvement with delivery of service, communications, and strategic planning.
  • Consults with the Office of Investigations and Records Management on pre-employment and post employment reviews and investigations involving employees.
  • Prepares written reports and recommendations on variety of personnel matters such as policies, procedures, and recruitment strategies. Serves on various workgroups and committees.


  • Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration, Human Resources or related field is required.
  • Must have three years of increasing responsible professional experience directly related to human resources administration, laws, codes, regulations, standards, development, preparation and presentation of training programs.
  • Certification in Professional in Human Resources (PHR) or Sr. Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) certification issued by the Human Resources Certification Institute or SHRM-Certified Professional (SHRM-CP) or SHRM-Sr. Certified Professional (SHRM_SCP) issued by the Society for Human Resources Management is preferred. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Thorough knowledge of human resources laws, codes, regulations, and standards.
  • Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint skills are required along with a Typing speed of at least 40 wpm.
  • Must be able to work from 8:30 am-4:45 pm Monday through Friday with a 30 minute non paid lunch.
  • Must be able to pass a FBI background check and drug test.