Township of Union, NJ
Union County
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[Amended at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. I)]
There is hereby created and established within the Department of Administration a Division of Human Resources.
The Division of Human Resources shall operate under the direction and control of the Township Administrator. Daily operations shall be coordinated and supervised by the Chief of Administrative Services.
Subject to budgetary appropriations, the Township Administrator shall exercise all necessary judgment and discretion with regard to the organization and management of said Division.
The Chief of Administrative Services shall administer and control the following functions thereto:
Supervises work pertaining to the operation of personnel and supportive units of the jurisdiction and develops suitable work programs and working procedures.
Gives assignments and instructions to individuals and the heads of several units within the administrative and support unit.
Acts as liaison with the NJ Department of Personnel and any other public agency which directly affects the jurisdiction's operation.
Serves as advisor to higher levels of management in the handling of personnel matters and employee relations problems.
Oversees the employee performance evaluation program.
Supervises the preparation of resolutions and/or other documents relating to creation of new positions, work to be performed, qualifications required, and other personnel matters.
Maintains a job classification and salary plan.
Compiles, evaluates and approves personnel action material for submission to state.
Recommends personnel actions such as hiring, firing, promoting or disciplining.
Interprets applicable laws, policies, rules and regulations for subordinates.
Answers questions about application of regulations or policies.
Consults with staff members for identification of staffing or operational needs.
Settles conflicts or problems in a supervisory capacity.
Informs individuals of procedures necessary for completion of forms or applications and explains agency programs and services.