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Employee Handbook

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Introduction

Welcome to Bonneville County. We hope you will find your work experience here a rewarding one. The purpose of this personnel policy handbook is to promote a safe, efficient and cooperative working environment; establish standards of conduct and work performance; and provide information regarding benefit programs for all County employees. It is designed as a guide to provide employees with important information about working conditions, employee benefits, and some of the policies affecting employment with Bonneville County.

Although this handbook is designed to answer many of the questions which employees may have regarding employment with Bonneville County, it is impossible to anticipate every circumstance or question which may arise. As conditions change and Bonneville County continues to grow, it may be necessary to make changes to this handbook from time to time. Accordingly the Board of County Commissioners reserves the right to make changes when it deems it necessary or appropriate.

In order to promote the development and implementation of sound policies the Board of County Commissioners has established an Executive Committee made up of the elected officials of Bonneville County with other key managers including the Human Resource Director as advisory members to assist in developing, implementing and maintaining general County policies, procedures, compensation and benefit programs. Employees are also encouraged to submit comments or suggestions for changes in County policies or benefit programs to the Board of County Commissioners for consideration. However, the Board of County Commissioners reserves the exclusive right at its discretion to add to, modify or revoke any of the policies or provisions of this handbook as it deems appropriate without the consent of employees or the approval of any other body.

All employees are required to read and become familiar with the contents of this handbook. Employees who have questions regarding the interpretation or application of this policy are encouraged to contact the Human Resource Office for clarification. A Personnel Advisory Committee has been established to assist in resolving disputes over the interpretation and application of County personnel policies. However, in cases where the policy may be incomplete or unclear the Board of County Commissioners reserves the sole right to interpret and apply the policy as it deems reasonable and appropriate.

This handbook has been developed under the authority of the Board of County Commissioners and supersedes or replaces all previous general County personnel or employment policies in their entirety. This handbook is not to be construed as creating a contract of employment between Bonneville County and its employees. It is not intended to limit the reasons for which the employment relationship may be terminated or create any contractual obligations between the county and its employees with regard to terms, conditions, or duration of employment.

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Human Resources

Contact Information

(208) 529-1340

Welcome to Bonneville County's Human Resource Department. Bonneville County is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate with regard to employment, advancement, training, benefits or working conditions on the basis of age, race, gender, religion, national origin, or disability. Qualified U.S. Military veterans will be given preference in hiring.

The county regularly employs over 550 people in a variety of occupations including bookkeeping, clerical, legal clerical, waste management, custodial & building maintenance, computer programming & network management, law enforcement, corrections, probation, property appraisal, criminal law, recreational resource management, heavy equipment operation & road maintenance, community planning & development and more. We offer a pleasant and stable work environment with competitive wages and an excellent benefit package for qualified employees.

Bonneville County generally accepts applications only for positions that are currently vacant. Applications for temporary summer employment are accepted after January 1st for the coming season.  Regular full and part-time vacancies are generally posted with the Idaho Department of & Labor. Job announcements are also sent to local university placement offices and other nonprofit placement agencies on request.

Follow the links on the Human Resource Department tab at the top of the page for more information on current employment opportunities, application forms and employee benefits.

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Human Resource Assistant I/II job

March 5, 2021

TO: To All interested persons

Bonneville County is now accepting applications for the following position:

Position: HR Assistant I/II

Starting Salary: Pay Grade 9-11 - starting salary $13.9729 - $15.6999 per hour

Work Hours: 40 hours a week

Closing Date: Applications will be accepted until filled

GENERAL PURPOSE

Performs a variety of working level, technical clerical, secretarialand administrative duties as needed to expedite the record keeping, maintenance and operational functions of the Human Resource office.

SUPERVISION RECEIVED

Works under the close to general supervision of the Human Resource Director. Receives immediate supervision on technical and complex projects.

SUPERVISION EXERCISED

None.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

Assists with the recruitment and selection process; may prepare and place recruitment ads and notices. May review applications and conduct preliminary screening of applicant compliance with recruitment notices; follows established guidelines to determine relevancy of applicant credentials toward meeting minimum qualifications; may schedule interviews, etc., for job applicants; administers selection tests; maintains formal applicant tracking and notification system; prepares employee packets and participates in new employee orientations.

Creates and maintains a variety of computerized and hard copy files and records on employee related programs and classification and compensation; receives and processes personnel action forms; updates employee records to reflect status changes; conducts employee orientations.

Monitors scheduled personnel actions related to promotions, general pay raises, terminations and leave; monitors performance evaluation review dates and appraises department heads of deadlines.

Assists in benefit program administration; orients employees to program options and provisions; responds to questions and problems related to benefits and claims; performs routine research as needed to determine answers to problems and questions.

Maintains department computer files and records; prepares correspondence, reports, announcements, memos, and related communications; orders office supplies; monitors expenditures; maintains confidential employee records under the direction of the department director and/or county commissioners; creates or revises various forms for personnel, treasurer's and assessor's offices.

May assist with receiving

Performs clerical maintenance functions related to updating classification program, position descriptions, salary schedules, etc.; assists in preparing and completing various surveys and reports as required by state and federal agencies in monitoring employment practices and procedures (EEO/AAP).

Assist mail room clerk and may provide backup for recording clerks.

Performs related duties as assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

1. Educations and Experience:

A. Graduation from high school with course background in general office practices and procedures;

AND

B. Two (2) years of progressively responsible secretarial work experience; One (1) year of which must have been directly related to above duties;

OR

2. An equivalent combination of education and experience.

3. Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

Some knowledge of basic procedures related to recruitment and selection; generally accepted Personnel policies and procedures; benefits programs; interpersonal communication technique; modern office practices and procedures; alphabetical and numeric filing and documenting; English composition, spelling, grammar, punctuation, etc.; telephone etiquette; standard office equipment operation; computerized word processing, equipment and programs; computerized data base management and program applications; spreadsheet uses and applications; of Personnel management theory, methods, and practices; benefit, retirement, and compensation laws and guidelines; federal and state laws as they apply to Personnel management practices.

Ability to learn and understand in a short period of time complex aspects of a personnel system; prepare technical reports, documents and agreements; analyze a variety of routine HRM issues and problems and make determinations relative to policy compliance; communicate effectively verbally and in writing; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with professionals, executives, department heads, coworkers and the public; work independently and deal effectively with stress caused by work load, management/supervisory relationships and time deadlines.

  1. Special Qualifications:

Proficient typing skills.

  1. Work Environment:

Incumbent of the position performs in a typical office setting with appropriate climate controls. Tasks require variety of physical activities, not generally involving muscular strain, but do require physical activities related to walking, standing, stooping, sitting, reaching, talking, hearing and seeing. Common eye, hand, finger dexterity required to perform essential functions. Mental application utilizes memory for details, verbal instructions, emotional stability, discriminating thinking and guided problem solving.

BONNEVILLE COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

WITH PREFERENCE GIVEN TO QUALIFIED VETERANS

This job was posted on Mon Apr 05 2021 and expired on Wed Apr 07 2021.
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