HR Analyst wanted in Maricopa County

Scott Murdoch

PHOENIX, AZ — The Superior Court of the Judicial Branch of Arizona in Maricopa County is looking for an HR Analyst. If this is something that interests you, read on:

As part of Employee Relations, the Human Resources Analyst provides practical and strategic assistance to the judiciary. The position manages a lot of leave requests. A successful candidate will have the ability to accurately assess risk, choose effective solutions, provide proactive guidance to managers, and resolve all issues.

The entry salary range is $52,000.00 to $62,192.00, and the full salary range is $52,000.00 to $92,768.00 annually.

Position Qualifications


Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources or a closely related field


Two (2) years of professional-level human resources experience in:

1) Employee Relations: which includes advising/counseling managers and employees on employee relations issues, administering discipline and grievance processes and includes working with federal employment laws such as ADA, Title VII, and FMLA and/or

2) Leave Management: which includes managing FMLA and ADA cases


Combined education and experience qualifications:

An equivalent combination of post-secondary education and Human Resources professional experience as outlined above may substitute for the minimum requirements on a year-per-year basis

Paraprofessional HR experience as outlined above may substitute for professional experience on a two for one basis (i.e. two years of paraprofessional experience substitutes for one year of professional experience)

Preferred Candidate has to have employee relations experience and/or experience administering FMLA/ADA in a public-sector environment, as well as the following knowledge, skills, and abilities:

Knowledge of:

  • Principles and practices in human resources management and administration including research and data analysis methods and techniques
  • Pertinent Federal and State laws, codes and regulations, specifically those focusing on FMLA and ADA
  • Principles and processes for providing customer service

Skill in:

  • Analyzing information and evaluating results to choose the best solution and solve problems that comply with applicable laws, regulations and policies
  • Problem solving and decision making
  • Computers and related software applications
  • Organizing, prioritizing and performing multiple tasks
  • Both verbal and written communications
  • Establishing and maintaining effective working relationships

Ability to:

  • Learn and apply Judicial Branch policies and procedures
  • Provide expertise related to the application of human resources theories and principles
  • Evaluate information to determine compliance with standards
  • Pay close attention to detail and thoroughly review work products

Working conditions:

May require travel to and from job-related locations during the course of a scheduled workday.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to speak clearly and hear; see details of objects that are less than a few feet away; sit for long periods of time; stand, walk, use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; and occasionally push, pull or lift up to 20 pounds.

All Judicial Branch offers of employment and continued employment are contingent upon passing a thorough background/fingerprint check. Applicants must completely and fully answer any questions regarding felony and misdemeanor convictions including any convictions that have been expunged or set aside. Failure to include criminal history information is grounds for termination of an offer and employment. A conviction may not automatically disqualify an applicant.

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