New Job Human Resources Analyst Trainee-12/Human Resources Specialist 13 - Classifications & Selections In Michigan

Human Resources Analyst Trainee-12/Human Resources Specialist 13 - Classifications & Selections
Human Resources Analyst Trainee-12/Human Resources Specialist 13 - Classifications & Selections

Human Resources Analyst Trainee-12/Human Resources Specialist 13 - Classifications & Selections

Company : State of Michigan
Salary : $48,734 - $90,022 a year
Location : Michigan

Full Description


$48,734.40 - $90,022.40 Annually


Lansing, MI

Job Type

Permanent Full Time

Remote Employment


Job Number



Department of State

Opening Date


Closing Date

9/27/2023 11:59 PM Eastern

Bargaining Unit


Job Description

This position is posted at multiple classifications/levels. The chosen candidate will be assigned to the highest class/level that he/she is eligible, but this does not guarantee that the selected candidate once they become eligible will receive fewer classes/lessons.*


Human Resources Analyst-Trained P11 - The primary responsibility of this position will be to partner with work areas and the manager and work area to integrate various functions into an effective process flow, handling Jenkins Compensation and Benefit Inquiries as necessary, training Department selections, preparing reports and queries. In addition, this position serves as a resource for all HR systems and transformations. Also responsibilities include performing related transactions:

This position would consist of duties/tasks listed above in a training capacity until the employee has completed the trainee requirements. '

Human Resources Analyst 12 - The incumbent serves as the agency's recognized resource and career planning coordinator for the Department. This position is the point person for employees reaching out with questions regarding career growth within the department. This
position will also create and update procedural documents and policies regarding career growth. The incumbent will work with the section manager to restore the "Career Growth" site on the intranet and be responsible for the upkeep of the web page. This position also serves as a classifications and selections analyst, developing partnerships with work areas to assist with human resource activities such as classification requests, and recruitment/selections activities. Other responsibilities will include completing special projects as assigned by the Section manager and Office of Human Resources director, represent the Department at various meetings, and perform related tasks. This position will also serve as a Law Enforcement Information Network (LEIN) Operator.

Human Resources Specialist 13 - In this role, the incumbent serves as MDOS' point of contact for all progressing positions and employee engagement initiatives related to human resources. The incumbent is also responsible for reviewing, developing and presenting ideas for new employee policy changes. These include:

APPOINTMENT TYPE/BENEFITS - This position is Full-Time. Therefore, you would be eligible to participate in the benefits offered by the state.


Required Education and Experience

Possession of a bachelor's degree in any major.


Human Resources Analyst 9
No specific type or amount is required.

Human Resources Analyst 10
One year of professional experience providing human resources services equivalent to a Human Resources Analyst 9.

Human Resources Analyst P11
Two years of professional experience providing human resources services equivalent to a Human Resources Analyst, including one year equivalent to a Human Resources Analyst 10.

Human Resources Analyst 12
Three years of professional experience providing human resources services equivalent to a Human Resources Analyst, including one year equivalent to a Human Resources Analyst P11.

Human Resources Specialist 13
Four years of professional experience equivalent to a Human Resources Analyst, including two years equivalent to a Human Resources Analyst P11 or one year equivalent to a Human Resources Analyst 12.

Alternate Education and Experience

Human Resources analyst (Domicile) 9 (Twenty-Five)

Educational level typically acquired through completion of high school.

Four years of experience as an advanced 9-level worker in an ECP Group One classification.
Three years of experience as an E9, E10, or E11-level worker in an ECP Group One classification.
Two years of experience as an experienced level worker in an ECP Group One technician or
paraprofessional classification.
Two years of experience as a first-line supervisor in an ECP Group Three classification.
One year of experience as a second-line supervisor in an ECP Group Three classification.

  • Paraprofessional classes are those requiring an associate's degree or two years of college. '

On a proportional basis, educational substitution-college credits may be substituted for up to one half of the required experience (one year of college education can substitute for one quarter of necessary experience).

Additional Requirements and Information

Please attach an updated resume and cover letter to your application for review. If you fail to attach these documents, your applications may be screened out of the selection process.

You must apply through the NEOGOV system, click on "Apply" in the job posting for instructions in submitting your electronic application.

Your application does not guarantee that you will be contacted by the Department for further consideration, only those applicants who were interviewed and confirmed will receive notification of the results. '

Due to criminal justice requirements for LINO operators, the position requires the incumbent to submit fingerprints for state and federal criminal background checks, qualify for access under the Federal CJIS Security Policy and Michigan addendum, pass the LINO Certification test and be certified within 6 months of employment or admission. Retest/recertify every 2 years. (Criminal conviction policy)?

Civil Service Commission Rule 2-7 requires that all newly hired state employees submit to and pass a pre-employment drug test prior to their actual appointment. Because of the nature of work of the Department of State, criminal records will be checked for employment eligibility. '

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Updated: 11/14/2022