Senior Personnel Analyst I

Transfer | Location: Civic Center

contact information

Ernesto Gomez
(213) 228-7430

job description


Supervise staff in the performance of a wide range of Personnel matters. Act as liaison analyst for the 72 Branch Libraries, Central Library, and/or various internal divisions and sections; advise managers and supervisors on all personnel matters including employee discipline, grievances, labor relations, Administrative Code, Civil Service Rules, Memoranda of Understanding (MOU), Department policies, and General Manager's Instructions. Act as a chairperson on Skelly Meetings; act as management advocate in Civil Service Appeal Hearings or Arbitrations related to discipline; appear before the Civil Service Commission or the Employee Relations Board to represent the Department in the final disposition of discipline cases or employee relations matters. Attend first and/or third level grievance meetings and participate in the resolution of employee grievances and the preparation of grievance responses. Meet with Union Representatives on labor relations matters including the interpretation of MOUs, Department policies and procedures, employee disciplinary matters, grievances, and Unfair Employee Relations Practice claims. Review and evaluate employee job performance as well as administer discipline and corrective measures when necessary.

Act as Department's Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) and Sexual Harassment Prevention Coordinator. Prepares and disseminates EEO and Sexual Harassment Prevention Information; investigates complaints, resolves problems; and, recommends disciplinary action.

Provides training to all staff in areas such as supervisory skills, EEO and sexual harassment awareness, employee safety, workplace violence prevention, Workers' Compensation, Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), and employee selection guidelines.

Investigates and monitors potential and confirmed COVID-19 cases for the Department, and maintains information and basic statistics in Excel and Google Sheets.

Facilitates projects with Department and interdepartmental staff such as developing
policies and procedures.

Other related duties.

How to apply

Candidates must submit a completed, up-to-date, departmental application (resume optional) to the Library Human Resources Office at The bulletin will be open until sufficient applications have been received. 

Please note, all applications will be reviewed and each candidate's personal and professional qualifications as delineated in his/her application will be reviewed for qualifications relative to those of other candidates. Candidates who present qualifications which most closely match those required for the position will be invited to interview.