City of Santa Monica

The City of Santa Monica is searching for a people-centric leader to serve as the Human Resources Manager (Labor and Employee Relations)!

Santa Monica (pop.90,400), the 3rd city to be incorporated in Los Angeles County, recognized as a destination city not only for travel but also for quality living, offers beautiful neighborhoods, a remarkable beach and pier, fabulous restaurants and other attractions that draw 250,000 tourists, shoppers and employees daily.  The Santa Monica community is additionally known for its high level of engagement in civic affairs, with an engaged resident population as well as an innovative city leadership team. To learn more about the City of Santa Monica, please visit www.santamonica.gov.

The City has an annual general funds budget of approximately $614 million, and  1,877 citywide staff represented by 11 recognized employee organizations.

Reporting to the Chief People Officer/Human Resources Director, the Human Resources Manager will be responsible for managing a variety of labor and employee relations activities, including collective bargaining, performance management, investigations, staff development, and leave administration. This includes serving as lead negotiator for complex labor contracts, developing City-wide labor relations strategies, building collaborative relationships with key stakeholders, and cultivating and developing a highly engaged team of employee relations professionals that provide best in class services.

Candidates must be adept in  managing and delivering public sector employee and labor relations services. The City seeks an innovative thinker who can yield credibility with a high level of emotional intelligence and interpersonal skills.  A human resources professional with a positive reputation for facilitating collaborative teams who can work with a number of diverse stakeholders in a political environment is essential.

Serious candidates will have a track record of at least five (5) years of progressively responsible and professional-level public sector human resources experience with the requisite education and at least two years included in directing the work of others. Interested and qualified individuals are invited to submit a resume and a compelling cover letter electronically to [email protected]  Resumes received by April 18, 2022 will receive first consideration. The position is open until filled.  The profile is available at www.thehawkinscompany.com.

To apply for this job email your details to sm.hrm.cn@thehawkinscompany.com