Human Resources Services

Rank and salary commensurate with degree, experience and qualifications. All reclassifications must be approved by the appropriate administrators. Several factors are taken into consideration before the reclassification, including demonstrated increased competencies appropriate to the next higher-level job, performing at a satisfactory level in their current position, and the department must have a genuine need for the higher level work.


Human Resources Assistant

Human Resources Assistant (Level 4; Non-Exempt)
Bachelor's degree in human resources, business administration, counseling or a related field.  College coursework in human resources.  Excellent communication and interpersonal skills required.  Demonstrated ability to maintain confidentiality and effectively handle highly sensitive and personal information with sound judgment, tact, and discretion. Strong analytical, critical thinking and problem solving skills.  Commission as a Notary Public in the District of Columbia or the ability to obtain and maintain one without interruption.  

Human Resources Associate (Level 6; Exempt)

Bachelor's degree in human resources, business administration, counseling or a related field.  A minimum two years of experience in the human resources field.  Excellent communication and interpersonal skills required.  Demonstrated ability to maintain confidentiality and effectively handle highly sensitive and personal information with sound judgment, tact, and discretion. Strong analytical, critical thinking and problem solving skills.  Commission as a Notary Public in the District of Columbia or the ability to obtain and maintain one without interruption.  

Human Resources Specialist (Level 8; Exempt)
Bachelor's degree in human resources, business administration, counseling or a related field.  A minimum five years of professional experience in the human resources field.  Excellent communication and interpersonal skills required.  Evidence of the ability to use knowledge and good judgment in responding to complex questions that directly affect employee welfare.  Demonstrated experience applying and interpreting human resources policies and procedures.  Demonstrated ability to maintain confidentiality and effectively handle highly sensitive and personal information with sound judgment, tact, and discretion. Excellent writing skills to independently draft effective correspondence and documentation.   Strong analytical, critical thinking and problem solving skills.  Commission as a Notary Public in the District of Columbia or the ability to obtain and maintain one without interruption.