HUMAN RESOURCES

Deb Phillips
Director Human Resources/Payroll Services - 287-4925, cell 592-3309

Oversight and management of all HR programs for five natural resource agencies, to include contract negotiations for all agencies; policy development and implementation; state-wide labor/management committees; coordination of labor relations matters to include representing agencies at grievances, conducting, assisting, and advising agencies with administrative investigations, responding to MHRC concerns; assist agencies and NRSC staff with personal services budget development; monitoring legislation relating to employment; oversight, coordination, and management of workers compensation, payroll and employee benefits, classification/compensation; ensure compliance with state and federal employment laws. EEO/AA and training coordinator for the Natural Resource Service Center, as well as providing overall direction in EEO/AA and training programs for agencies served by the NRSC.

Agencies served: Agriculture, Conservation & Forestry, Environmental Protection, Marine Resources, Inland Fisheries & Wildlife


Jon Madden
Secretary Associate - 287-2214

Reports to the Director of Human Resources, NRSC, provides administrative assistance of a complex nature for the Natural Resources Service Center, with primary responsibility to HR Division of the center. This position is the point of contact and coordinator for all administrative support activities for the Center.


Kim Pierce
Personnel Officer - 287-5055

Agencies: Inland Fisheries & Wildlife, Agriculture, Conservation & Forestry, (excluding Parks and Lands).

Primary contact for the above referenced agencies, coordinating activities, and providing assistance to agencies relative to professional and complex HR matters, to include conducting and assisting with agency investigations, grievance processing, employee performance matters, contract interpretation, training, classification/compensation and position needs, in conjunction with other NRSC HR staff assigned to process these functions. The position serves as agency coordinator for AA/EEO issues, as well as coordinator for HR training programs for these agencies.


Amanda Beckwith
Personnel Officer - 287-7578, cell 592-2878

Agencies: Marine Resources, Environmental Protection, Conservation Parks & Lands

Primary contact for the above referenced agencies, coordinating activities, and providing assistance to agencies relative to professional and complex HR matters, to include conducting and assisting with agency investigations, grievance processing, employee performance matters, contract interpretation, training, classification/compensation and position needs, in conjunction with other NRSC HR staff assigned to process these functions. The position serves as agency coordinator for AA/EEO issues, as well as coordinator for HR training programs for these agencies.


Marie Miner
Personnel Specialist - 287-4929

Agencies: Agriculture, Conservation & Forestry, Marine Resources,

Primary contact for coordinating and processing recruitment activities, job postings and advertising, working with supervisors in reviewing interview and selection processes to include applications, interview process and questions, interview panel training, and final selections; processing VDT reimbursement requests, coordinate worksite assessments, workers compensation reporting and claims management; OSHA reporting.


Thomas Cotnoir
Personnel Specialist - 287-5046

Agencies: Environmental Protection, Inland Fisheries & Wildlife, NRSC

Primary contact for coordinating and processing all recruitment activities, job postings and advertising, working with supervisors in reviewing interview and selection processes to include applications, interview process and questions, interview panel training, and final selections; processing VDT reimbursement requests, coordinate worksite assessments, workers compensation reporting and claims management; OSHA reporting; and NRSC website management.


Peter Schlosser
Personnel Specialist - 287-4997

Agencies: Agriculture, Conservation & Forestry, Environmental Protection, Marine Resources, Inland Fisheries & Wildlife

Working closely with NRSC HR Staff, the position is responsible for coordinating and processing of all requests for new positions, reclassifications and other classification changes, position management and reporting; , assisting with costing out positions for budget preparation and reclassifications; coordinate and manage FTE reports, Family Medical Leaves, Voluntary Cost Savings Program, Government Intern Program; maintaining seniority lists for all agencies, and developing and updating agency organizational charts.

 

 

February 28, 2014 1:40 PM