Human Resources Analyst (Anchorage) Job #21-6485


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United States of America




Corporate Values:  Integrity, Respectful, Leadership, Sustainable





Position Summary:

The Human Resources Analyst is a professional level job class performing a variety of human resources activities in the areas of classification and compensation, recruitment and selection, employee relations, employment labor law compliance, program and policy development directly related to human resource management.






The duties of the Human Resources Analyst require a high degree of independent judgment to analyze facts, recommend solutions, develop procedures, and apply sound fiscal, personnel, and management policies and principles. Responsible for technical and advanced duties related to information input and monitoring, HR/Payroll system updates and changes, position vacancy announcements, records management, and employee recordkeeping.  Responsible for the applications process, administration and recordkeeping. 


SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED:  Non-Exempt, non-supervisory position.



The HR Analyst will be accountable for the extraction, production, analysis and interpretation of employee data used for operational and tactical decision-making and strategic workforce planning.


The HR Analyst will perform a critical role in advancing the self-service reporting and analytics tools. The Analyst will also work in collaboration with HR Business partners to advance the broader reporting and analytics capabilities and approaches across the various technology platforms this position will be a key champion for data governance, data management and data quality best practices, and HR-specific data governance activities.


Conduct individual position reviews to determine the appropriate job classification. Collect job data through the review of position descriptions, comparison to class specifications, and review of work products. Determine appropriate allocation, position status, and overtime eligibility. Prepare standard memoranda summarizing information gathered, analysis performed, and action recommended. Notify affected personnel of the final determination.


Recruitment efforts for all positions including classified, partially exempt, temporary, and volunteer positions. Post position vacancies; maintain listings and files of all applicants. Maintain position tracking for selected applicants, interviewed applicants, number of positons posted, number of applicants, and types of position. Produces letters of response to applicants. Review and approve recruitment bulletins, monitor advertising efforts, evaluate applicant information to determine eligibility for consideration. Conduct background checks, and coordinate the Drug/Alcohol and Pre-employment physical program.


Evaluate internal processes, develop policies and procedures, find solutions to difficult recruitment issues, and represent the corporation at job fairs and recruitment functions. Investigate and draft the initial response to applicant appeals regarding the recruitment system, minimum qualification determinations, and the selection process. Respond to inquiries regarding employment opportunities.


Conducts employee orientation for regular and temporary employees.  Reviews and verifies completeness of all documentation pertaining to new hires and employee actions in accordance with procedures.


Independently complete the full range of personnel actions from appointment through separation in accordance with established policies and procedures to include transfers, promotions, acting status, merit/longevity increases, leave cash-ins, and leave donations.


Provide advice and information to managers, supervisors, and employees on human resource processes such as payroll, leave, retirement, benefits, recruitment, and the performance evaluation process through the interpretation of personnel rules, policies, and procedures.


Prepares budget for yearly submission to the budget department; recommends changes to funding including cost savings, and writes budget justification. 


Purchase and prepare billings HR department, which may include benefit payments, office supplies, training needs, etc.


Performs technical duties related to administration and recordkeeping of employee files and coordinates records management including transfers and destruction.


Responsible for ensuring compliance with FMLA rules and regulations as needed.


May represent department with external and internal audit concerning employee benefits, employee files, rules and procedures, departmental procedures, and computer systems, etc.

Prepare periodic and ad hoc statistical and narrative reports.

Other duties as assigned.


Knowledge, Skills and Abilities


Knowledge of: 


Principles, practices and terminology of human resources administration; methods and procedures utilized in recruitment, employment law, rules, policy and procedures relating to employee relations functions. Knowledge of State and Federal Family Medical Leave laws.


Skills and Abilities:  Skills in:  developing and maintaining databases; preparation of statistical reports; working with confidential documents and issues; computer graphics and spreadsheet applications.  Proficiency in Microsoft Suite and HR/Payroll software.


Ability to:  gather and analyze data, reason logically and accurately and draw valid conclusions; comprehend written material and interpret and apply rules and instructions;  prepare clear and concise reports, analyze administrative problems and make appropriate recommendations; make accurate mathematical computations; compile budget estimates; function with a high degree of independence.  Provide information both orally and in writing.  Maintain total confidentiality of all employee records and information.  Identify discrepancies or inaccuracies in data and make corrections.  Plan, organize and prioritize work to meet deadlines.



Minimum Requirements


Minimum Qualifications:


Bachelor’s degree and two years’ experience which must include any combination of the following: basic personnel administration, employee benefits, recruitment, payroll, advanced general clerical or technical work experience; and one year experience in a computerized HR/payroll system (preferably Kronos) and PC systems; Microsoft Suite (Word, Excel).


Substitution: Related work experience may be substituted for required education on a year for year basis.


This is a level 18 position with an annual salary of $59,220.00 (26 pay periods).  Excellent benefits package.


All external applicants tentatively selected for this position shall be required to submit to urinalysis and breath alcohol testing to screen for illegal drug/alcohol use.






AHFC provides employment opportunities to low and very-low income persons, in compliance with Section 3 of the HUD Act of 1968. Public Housing Residents are encouraged to apply.