Human Resources TechnicianLas Vegas Valley Water District/SNWA/Spring's Preserve － Las Vegas, NV
07/2014 to 10/2015
Human Resources TechnicianState of Nevada － Las Vegas, NV
04/2012 to 07/2014
Supervisor Human Resources Technician IIIState of Nevada
Hours Per Week: 40 Last Monthly Salary: 2,723.10 Reason For Leaving: Offered/Accepted Promotion Major Duties: Appointed Safety Representative - Responsible for ensuring departments followed the NAC, NRS, and OSHA policies and procedures in the event of a threat or various safety violations.
Represent DWSS HR in Committee Meetings, complete proper documents, and notify proper chain of command to report accidents or any discrepancies noted during inspections.
Human Resource Management - Prepare for and direct new hire orientations of up to 70 employees, ensure ESMT's are completed and coded correctly based off of NAC and NRS codes, enter into Advantage and PDS timely.
Ensure Certification Lists are properly coded and submitted.
Determine if applicants meet the citizenship requirements (I-9).
Evaluate and process any changes requested by employees through NVAPPS/NEATS, communicate employee changes to PEBPs and PERS for over 3,000 employees in Southern and Northern Nevada.
Complete termination paperwork for employees, ensuring correct and timely processing.
Train new employees.
Other duties/special projects as assigned.
Payroll - Actively communicate with employees, supervisors, and central offices with payroll questions.
Verify and process employee's salary changes and complete special salary adjustments, including corrections from HR Data Warehouse.
Research HR Data Warehouse to ensure Auto-Progressions, Special Salary Transactions, Demotions, New Hire/Separation, and Promotional payouts were accurate.
06/2009 to 12/2011
Supervisor Personnel Officer IIDOD
Hours Per Week: 40 Last Monthly Salary: 2,723.10 Reason For Leaving: Offered/Accepted better opportunity with different state agency Major Duties: Recruitment - Request, review, adjust, and file Essential Functions as well as WPS.
Actively communicate with managers, directors, and supervisors daily in regards to filling vacant positions, recruitment criteria in order to create, submit, and disperse job announcements for external and internal customers.
Establish, maintain, update, and review personnel files.
Audit files to ensure NAC, NRS, and Joint Commission standards are met.
Train new employees.
Assigned special projects and high priority recruitments.
Selection - Conduct, review, and ensure applicant's application is complete and verify references.
Evaluate applicant's eligibility for other positions as well as specific programs offered throughout the agency.
Responsible for ensuring employees throughout the agency were licensed, reviewed any discrepancies on licensures.
Prepare letters of appointment, direct new hire orientations (I-9 verifications), exit interviews, as well as Pre-Employment.
Code and submit hiring lists from NVAPPS/NEATS.
Enter transactions into Advantage timely.
Request, prepare, and evaluate budget approvals.
Submit NPD-4s to reflect applicant's income, work experience, licensures, training, and education.
Worker's Compensation Administrator - Assist and actively communicate with supervisors, staff, Worker's Compensation BackUp, and the Payroll Department.
Report all information to TPA and abide by OSHA and Risk Management rules and regulations for over 800 employees.
Process paperwork and reports from HR Data Warehouse for employees on LWOP, including PERS and PEBP.
Interpret and explain Worker's Compensation policies and procedures as well as the "Early Return to Work Program".
Obtain, monitor, and report sensitive information such as wages, leave, and overtime to TPA.
Coordinate appropriate forms, maintain files securely, and coordinate work programs such as modified duty.
Work with HR Analyst on Catastrophic Leave and Long Term Disability.
Assist with FMLA as needed.
Supervisor Human Resources Manager
Hours Per Week: 40 Last Monthly Salary: 3,958.93 Reason For Leaving: None, Current Employer Number and Titles of People You Supervised: 5-10+, Clerical Staff/Student Workers/Temp Employees/Volunteers Major Duties: Human Resources - Assists with office and administrative support, including word processing to prepare schedules, overheads, charts and other documents, responding to customers, applicants and the public on a variety of questions and backing up other department office and administrative staff when required.
Administer the Internship Program.
Responsible for coordinating placement of temporary employees; maintains records regarding the use of temporary employees and time worked.
Assists in monitoring the performance planning and appraisal program; orients new supervisors and managers on use of the program.
Prepare and verify responses to employment verification requests in accordance with District policy.
Oversees and participates in the maintenance of employee personnel files; maintains recruitment, selection and other records.
Recruitment - Actively communicate with supervisors and directors in regards to open positions.
Draft job announcements, advertisements and other recruitment materials, screen/score applicant qualifications, answer applicant and candidate questions regarding District employment and generating notices and correspondence to applicants and candidates; creates lists of applicants and qualified applicants in existing applicant pools.
Conduct background and drug tests.
Draft employment offer letters.
Generate periodic and special notices, reports, and projects.
Interprets and administers leave programs and policies in accordance with the applicable federal and state employment laws (FMLA, ADA, Workers' Comp, etc.).
Approves and/or denies leave cases based on relevant medical information.
Coordinates and organizes all medical information and ensures that HIPAA and Employee Privacy guidelines are closely monitored and effectively executed.
Ensures that all reportable workers' comp claims are submitted to the department and CCMSI within 7 business days from the date of the incident.
William Ide Supervisor Title: Chief of Education and Training Phone: 702.652.5281 Hours Per Week: 40 Last Monthly Salary: 1,600.00 Reason For Leaving: Position Eliminated Major Duties: Customer Service - Answered phones, typed, filed, and scanned electronic/paper based office records.
Actively communicated with several other universities to ensure students were following degree requirements.
Scheduled examinations, assessments, and typing tests.
In-processed/out-processed military and civilian personnel.
Responsible for weekly briefings and yearly CCAF graduations.
Assisted Financial Officer with inputting and processing financial information such as payments, reimbursements, and waivers.
Appointed Safety Representative of the Education and Training Office.
Ensured all staff followed OSHA and Air Force Guidelines.
Completed proper documents when employees were injured, notified the proper chain of command to report accidents/discrepancies, and investigated the incident(s).
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