Human Resources Culture Coordinator

Linn County


HOURLY WAGE: Minimum: $25.74  ;  Midpoint: $30.53


  • Coordinates programs, trainings, projects and activities related to Linn County Customer Centered Culture (LC3) and serves as the communication liaison to employees.  
  • Functions as a human resource generalist and provides project management and administrative support for human resources and county customer satisfaction efforts.
  • Helps identify, revise and align department products with department and county strategic outcomes and work with other HR staff to develop metrics for measuring success in meeting outcomes.  
  • Assists with other Human Resources Department activities as needed.
  • Provides professional confidential human resources support work for countywide human resources programs such as recruitment and selection, new hire orientation, benefit enrollment and employee development.  
  • As assigned, work may include preparing, sorting, and compiling materials; coordinating training sessions; tracking information such as training attendance, key performance indicators, recruitment statistics; preparing reports; communicating information to employees; and maintaining databases and web documents.
  • Performs difficult clerical/secretarial and accounting tasks requiring responsible decision making in accordance with established policies and procedures.  
  • Considerable judgment and independent action is exercised.
  • This class specification represents only the core areas of responsibilities; specific position assignments will vary depending on the needs of the department.
  • Under the direction of the HR Director, serves as department liaison to various LC3 committees and project teams; prepares agendas, takes minutes, assists departments seeking to engage with LC3 and culture growth by providing information and resources; participates in LC3 department Learning Institutes; helps draft action plans and proposals; and coordinates LC3 and employee recognition events.
  • Coordinates execution of strategic initiatives and special projects for the Human Resources Department and other County departments and prioritizes project timelines and project progress among competing needs and opportunities; and promotes efficiency and effectiveness in local government.
  • Coordinates and schedules LC3 University sessions, Learning Institutes, and other training and development sessions and workshops; utilizes policy and learning management software to track attendance and compile session feedback; process evaluations; and maintain and update human resources policies, procedures, product matrix, and county job descriptions.  
  • Assists in the development of new training opportunities and serves as liaison to various County committees which may include Employee Recognition, Employee Development, Health Awareness, and Diversity.
  • In conjunction with HR Director and other HR staff members, strives to improve HR recruiting/selection and performance management practices to reflect, implement and maintain the LC3 culture initiative; researches innovative best practices; creates impact and ROI measurements tied to department sub-outcomes; evaluates County programs focused on culture, employee engagement, customer satisfaction and ethical leadership; and helps to develop, disseminate and analyze voice of the customer feedback.
  • Works with online application software system for applicant tracking and recruitment including posting jobs, screening and processing applications, communicating with applicants, creating reports from system data; maintains Human Resources website and intranet pages; enters, updates and maintains system data and program information in Dayforce and Docuware; reviews data accuracy and completion; maintains confidentiality of program information and data.
  • Reviews, tracks and processes forms, documents and information related to assigned human resources programs; follows up on missing documentation and required forms; assists in administering and identifying issues related to assigned programs.  
  • Maintains and updates the Human Resources Department webpage information.
  • Performs a variety of human resources functions as needed including answering questions, communicating with employees and other customers, assisting with new employee orientation sessions, helping with recruitment activities, administering testing to applicants, providing instructions related to policies, processes and procedures; and providing backup to the HR Director and other HR staff members.
  • Knows the County’s Customer-Centered Culture principles, the County’s Mission, Strategic Plan and Core Values and demonstrates a commitment to customer satisfaction for all customers on a regular basis.  
  • Knows the products they personally produce and the customers of each product.  
  • Listens to the “Voice of the Customer” and closes gaps between customer expectations and experience whenever possible.
  • Performs other duties of a similar nature and level as assigned; regular work attendance is required.


  • Bachelor’s degree is required.
  • Two (2) years of experience as an HR generalist in the field of human resources (training, labor relations, benefits, recruitment, etc.) and three (3) to five (5) years of experience working in a progressively responsible administrative position required.  
  • Project management and/or implementing organizational culture programs experience is highly desirable.  
  • Must pass a County physical examination which includes a drug test after offer of employment.
  • Subject to criminal background and credit history review.
  • Valid Driver’s License required or must have the ability to obtain transportation to attend off-site meetings and trainings.

SHIFT: Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

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Job Benefits:

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COVID-19 Precautions:

Linn County has reinstated its face mask mandate, and requires employees and visitors to wear face masks when in County buildings. This includes during orientation. Social distancing will also be practiced. Linn County strongly encourages all employees to get vaccinated.

Application Instructions:

DEADLINE: Monday, October 18, 2021 at 5:00 p.m.

Job ID: 77232

Posted 9 days ago

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