Trinity County is seeking an enthusiastic leader with the ability to quickly and effectively assess, engage with, and acclimate to the organization’s needs. This role requires creative ability, resourcefulness and discriminating judgment in the analysis and solution of complex problems. The successful candidate will be a collaborative team player willing to roll up their sleeves to get the job done in this small organization. Exceptional leadership, interpersonal, and communication skills will be critical to the success of the next Director.
Reporting to the County Administrative Officer, the Director of Human Resources is responsible for managing all Human Resource functions and operations, including risk management; recruitment and selection; classification; affirmative action plans and training; maintaining County salary plans; keeping employee records; processing payroll; maintaining the personnel system; and manages the collection of departmental OPEB contributions for submission to the County’s irrevocable trust with PARS. There are three direct reports including Administrative Coordinator II, Personnel Technician and Loss Prevention Specialist II.