Human Resources Manager / Clerk to BoardSouth Granville Water & Sewer Authority
Performs responsible advanced human resources and personnel management functions and
serves as Clerk/Secretary to the Board.
Essential Duties and Tasks:
*Maintains personnel and medical records; reviews and processes employee evaluations; prepares
necessary personnel notices and actions; reviews licensing requirements of employees and
applicants; assists employees with certification enrollments; coordinates and/or conducts employee
*Processes and maintains records related to Applications for Employment; performs background
investigations, reference checks, pre-employment physicals and/or drug screens; performs
orientation and on-boarding of new staff.
*Develops, plans, and implements goals and objectives, policies, and priorities of the human
resources programs designed to help achieve the organization’s mission.
*Coordinates employee benefits programs, facilitates open enrollment for employee benefits.
*Assists the Executive Director in implementation and enforcement of the Authority’s Personnel
Policy; recommends changes or corrections to the Policy. Ensures compliance with regulations
including but not limited to FMLA, ADA, HIPAA, USERRA, workers compensation.
*Maintains records related to workers compensation; assists with OSHA reporting; assists the
Safety Officer with employee training.
*Serves as Clerk to the Board; prepares and distributes agenda packets; distributes and publishes
meeting materials; sets up meeting room for and attends Board meetings; writes minutes of these
meetings; processes ordinances, resolutions and other actions of the Board.
*Serves as custodian of public records and permanent records including ordinances, resolutions,
contracts, agreements, and minutes; executes legal documents and attests to their compliance
with general statues and Authority ordinances.
*Coordinates and handles public inquiries, public records requests, and similar tasks.=
*Serves as liaison between Authority officials and the public.
*Acts as Notary Public for the Authority.
*Processes Allocation Requests in coordination with Engineer and/or Executive Director; maintains
related allocations records and documentation.
*Thorough knowledge of the theory, principles, practices, and regulations of human resource
management preference given to those with experience in the public sector.
*Considerable knowledge of organizational development and organizational psychology.
*Ability to communicate effectively in oral and written form and to make presentations.
*Ability to analyze human resources issues, make sound judgments, and recommend solutions.
*Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with Authority officials, department
heads, employees, and the general public.
*Ability to maintain confidentiality in all aspects of the position.
*Skill in collaborative conflict resolution, customer service and public contact.
*Considerable knowledge of office technology including word processing, data base management,
presentation software, calendaring, and spreadsheets.
*Accuracy in data entry and proofing.
*Ability to set and follow appropriate work priorities and meet established deadlines.
*Ability to work independently and as a team member.
*Clerk to the Board activities, legal framework, advertising requirements, and processes.
*Standard and approved practices and procedures employed in the processing, safekeeping and
utilization of official Authority records and documents.
*North Carolina General Statues and ordinances governing the responsibilities of clerks.
*Ability to exercise sound judgment in making decisions in conformance with laws, regulations, and
*Ability to take notes of the proceedings of official meetings and to prepare accurate minutes
reflecting the actions taken.
Desirable Education and Experience:
Required: Graduation from high school and a minimum of three (3) years of progressive
experience in human resources and personnel administration with preference given to candidates
with experience in the local government sector. Desired: Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with a degree in personnel administration, business administration, or related program or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Preference given to candidates with Human Resource certification. Existing Clerk certification(s) and notary license a plus.