The Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles ("HACLA") was established in 1938 by the City of Los Angeles under Resolution No. 1241, playing a critical role in providing housing and opportunities for low-income households. While originally focused on developing and managing low-cost housing, HACLA have since evolved to provide programs, services, and amenities that promote resident health and well-being for individuals and members of the broader community.
Throughout HACLA's evolvement, one important component that has remained steadfast in our organization is the commitment and focus we have on our employees. HACLA places great value on human capital as a key to success. To continue in our organization's endeavor, we are currently accepting applications for one of our organization's Human Resources Analyst position. All interested candidates who wish to apply for the position must submit an application through the following link: http://www.hacla.org/careers.
The initial review of applications will begin on Wednesday, February 2, 2022 at 8:00am.Applications received before the initial review date will be considered, with qualifying applicants being eligible to participate in the written examination, which is scheduled on February 9, 2022. Only top scoring applicants will be considered for the oral interview. Should there be a need, additional written examinations may be administered at a future date. The position will be open until filled.
Nature of Work: Under general supervision, perform professional personnel analyses and services; and perform related duties as required.
Examples of Duties / Knowledge & Skills
Typical Duties: Communicates with departments regarding recruitment, promotions, transfers, reinstatements, testing requirements, classification review procedures, benefits, grievance procedures, and other human resources related matters; assists in constructing and administering examinations such as written and performance tests, assessments centers, training and experience evaluations, and oral board interviews; reviews employment applications for acceptability and minimum qualifications; arranges for testing as required; compiles certification lists of eligible candidates for open positions; provides vocational counseling to prospective and current Housing Authority employees; composes memoranda, reports, recruitment bulletins and advertising material; performs job evaluation and classification studies; writes job classifications; performs salary comparisons with other area employers and recommend appropriate pay levels; conducts special studies and surveys; may supervise support staff; prepares and maintains a variety of files, records and reports related to various human resources activities; assists in developing and presenting training programs; participates with a variety of HACLA committees, study groups and task forces; attends a variety of meetings including staff meetings as required; maintains position control and classification logs; processes new employee benefit enrollments; acts as liaison in resolving unemployment insurance, disability, dental, health insurance and other related claims.
Minimum qualifications & Requirements
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: Knowledge of the organization and operations of public section organizations; principles and practices of human resources administration including current theories and practices of organizational effectiveness and management; standard office automation software applications.
Ability to work in any assigned area of human resources administration; analytic ability; planning ability; ability to speak and write effectively; establish and maintain effective working relationships.
Skill in the operation of personal computers and various standard office automation software applications.
Minimum Qualifications: Any combination of training, education and experience equivalent to: Bachelor’s degree in public administration; business administration, social or behavioral science or other closely related field and some related human resources experience.
APPLICATION AND EXMINATION PROCESS:
Applications will be reviewed for relevant experience, education, and/or training. Applications must be detailed and complete for proper evaluation. Resumes may be included but may not be submitted in lieu of application content. The initial review of applications will begin on Wednesday, February 2, 2022 at 8:00am.Applications received before the initial review date will be considered, with the most qualified applicants being eligible to participate in the written examination, and the top scoring applicants being invited to a final oral interview. The written examination is scheduled for February 9, 2022. Notices inviting qualifying eligible applicants to participate in the written examination will be sent no later than Friday, February 4, 2022. Should there be a need, additional written examinations may be administered at a future date.
SELECTION PROCEDURE: Applications will be reviewed for relevant experience, education and training. The application must be detailed and complete for proper evaluation.
HIRING INFORMATION: All job offers are contingent upon providing proof of full vaccination against COVID -19 and successful completion of a pre-employment evaluation, which includes: a post-offer medical examination (includes drug and alcohol screening), criminal records check, employment history and education verification, and documentation of the right to work in the United States. Fully vaccinated means 14 days have elapsed since receiving the second dose of the two dose vaccine or 14 days since receiving the one dose vaccine.
Candidates will start at STEP 1of an eight step salary range unless there are special exceptions in accordance with agency Personnel Rules.
Testing Accommodations: If you require an accommodation due to a physical, mental or learning disability, please call (213) 252-5400 for special assistance. Special testing accommodations may be arranged if verification of the disability is provided by a physician, rehabilitation counselor, or other authority.
Mandatory Vaccination Accommodations: If you are unable to submit proof of vaccination at time of acceptance of a job offer due to medical and/or religious reasons, you will need to submit a request for a reasonable accommodation to engage in an interactive process. Fully vaccinated means 14 days have elapsed since receiving the second dose of the two dose vaccine or 14 days since receiving the one dose vaccine.
As a condition of new and continued employment, employees in this classification must participate in mandatory direct deposit of payroll.
We are an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
Candidates who require a reasonable accommodation in any portion of the selection process should state their need in writing when submitting an application.
NOTE: The provisions of this announcement do not constitute an expressed or implied contract and any provisions contained in this announcement may be modified or revoked without notice.
Pursuant to the Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles' Conflict of Interest Policy, new and existing employees are required to refrain from participating in activities, employment or enterprises, which are in conflict with public interest and/or with his or her duties as an employee of the Authority. A copy of the Conflict of Interest Policy may be obtained by visiting our website at: