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  • 23 Apr 2019 11:04 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Firm Name:    Whitley Penn LLP

    Job Title:         Human Resources Generalist/Talent Acquisition Specialist

    Apply:              email resume to becky.vela@whitleypenn.com

    Firm Overview

    Whitley Penn continues to be one of the region’s most distinguished public accounting firms. With offices in Austin, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, Texas City, and Plano, 66 partners, more than 550 employees, and a worldwide network affiliation via Nexia International, the firm is strategically positioned for continued growth both locally and internationally.

    Our unyielding commitment to quality service has helped us land on the “Best of the Best” list of INSIDE Public Accounting’s rankings of the top 25 accounting firms in the U.S., for more than a decade. We have consistently been recognized as one of the “Top 100 Firms in the U.S.” by INSIDE Public Accounting as well as one of the “Top 100 Firms” by Accounting Today.

    Our steady growth over the past 35 years reflects our leadership’s knack for hiring individuals with talent and integrity, and our ability to stay one step ahead of the issues our clients face in an ever-changing business landscape. We define our culture by our open atmosphere and our entrepreneurial spirit.

    Summary of Responsibilities:

    The HR/Talent Acquisition Specialist will provide human resources support in the Fort Worth office while being part of a functional-based HR team.  As a key member of the HR team, this position will conduct the pre-hire and OnBoarding processes as well as assist with compliance.  This position requires a deadline-driven, self-starter who can serve professionals at all levels in a client service environment while handling multiple projects simultaneously.  Talent Acquisition responsibilities involve the coordination, implementation, evaluation, and administration of recruiting processes for assigned areas.  High-level of teamwork and responsibility with heavy interaction with all levels of employees, including partners and management, as well as other members of the HR team.

    Essential Job Functions:

    • ·         Coordinate the recruitment process for experienced candidates (e.g. post hiring needs, screening applicants, coordinating interviews, making recommendations for hire) to meet the firms talent needs.
    • Utilize effective recruiting strategies and develop fresh approaches to keeping up with the changing employment market.
    • Creative candidate sourcing skills in a tight labor market.
    • ·         Maintain various candidate tracking tools to identify the firm’s progress, efforts and success.
    • Act as the primary contact for candidates throughout the recruitment process.
    • Contribute in sustaining a culture that provides a healthy work environment, is team-oriented and strives for professional excellence.
    • Consult with management on personnel issues ensuring effective decision making.
    • Conduct new hire orientation process, including maintaining HR forms and materials, firm wide department involvement and communication to new hire.
    • Assist with firm records compliance to ensure accordance with firm policies, relevant laws, and other agreements.
    • Assist with activities including career fairs, presentations, social events, and interviews.
    • Maintain electronic files (e.g. background information, personnel files, Form I-9, etc.) in compliance with regulatory and firm policy. 
    • Update firm’s organizational charts on a monthly basis.
    • Work with management to identify current hiring needs.
    • Performs other duties assigned.

    Qualifications and Personal Attributes:

    • Bachelor's degree
    • HR Certification preferred
    • Three+ years professional HR and recruiting experience, preferably in professional. services firm.
    • Professional Appearance and Demeanor.
    • Strong organizational skills.
    • Exceptional customer service focus.
    • Confident at quickly adapting to a changing work environment and ability to prioritize.
    • Comfortable working with various levels of management and teams members in different office locations.
    • Good listening and communication skills.
    • Proficient in Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint & Publisher

    Whitley Penn is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer that is committed to inclusion and diversity. We take affirmative action to offer employment and advancement opportunities to all applicants including minorities, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities. We recruit, employ, train, compensate and promote without regard to race, creed, color, national origin, age, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, veteran status or any other basis protected by federal, state or local law.


  • 18 Apr 2019 4:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Job Title:Human Resources Generalist      
    Manager: Human Resources Manager
    Department:  Human Resources                 
    Apply:
    email resume to cwilliams@ulterra.com

    Job Summary:

    The Human Resources Generalist will provide human resources support to Ulterra U.S. team. This position will be located in Ft. Worth Texas at our manufacturing plant. The Generalist will be the point of contact for day to day activities for our sales team, corporate functions and manufacturing operations.

    Job Responsibilities:

    • ·         Manage in talent acquisition and recruitment process for our sales and administrative staff.
    • ·         Primary point of contact for sales employees.
    • ·         Conduct new hire orientation for exempt and non-exempt staff
    • ·         Data Entry and Data Maintenance in the HRIS database
    • ·         Provide support to employees in various HR related topics such as leaves, compensation, development and resolve issues and conflicts.
    • ·         Oversee the timekeeping process and weekly completion for all non-exempt staff
    • ·         Assist in the development and implementation of human resources policies and processes.
    • ·         Maintain employee files and records in electronic and paper form.
    • ·         Ensure pre-employment testing is successfully completed prior to the commencement of the on boarding process
    • ·         Maintain employee files both electronically and paper
    • ·         Other job duties as assigned or required

    Job Requirements

    Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources, Business Administration or related field or equivalent experience is required. PHR/SHRM-CP preferred.

    Experience: 2-3 years of experience in Human Resources, ideally with roles of increasing responsibility.

    Skill Requirements:

    • Basic reading, writing and oral communication skills.
    • Able to understand written and oral instructions.
    • Fast learner with ability to multi-task in a very fast paced environment with changing priorities
    • Understanding of general U.S. human resources policies and procedures
    • Experience with HRIS systems; Namely and TimeClock Plus experience is a plus
    • Good attitude with the ability to work in a team environment
    • Excellent communication skills to include verbal and written

    Other Requirements or Experience: Experience in a corporate or sales environment is preferred. Ability to travel occasionally also preferred. Bi-Lingual/Spanish speaking preferred.


  • 12 Apr 2019 3:34 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Position Summary

    This is a management position in the Administrative Services Division leading the human resources strategic operations and the planning, development and maintenance of human resource information systems that supports the Authority’s short term and long term business plans.  

    Essential Duties & Responsibilities

    • 1. Establish vision and strategic direction for HR services and develop systems, policies, objectives, initiatives, and organizational structures that support the Authority’s growth and reputation as an employer of choice.  Monitors industry trends and best practices in human resource operations, including advances in technology to provide HR service delivery. 

               

    2. Ensures policies, procedures and operational practices are ethical and compliant with regulatory requirements and employment laws. 

    3. Lead, direct and administer the human resources technology functions, including fostering innovation, planning and managing projects and organizing and negotiating the allocation of resources. 

    4. Serve as a liaison between management, IT and functional team members to ensure effective definition of and delivery of HRIS applications and HR system interfaces with other business software.  Benchmark, analyze, report on and make recommendations for the improvement and growth of the HRMS infrastructure and HRIS systems.

    5. Leads all areas of human resource specialization such as employee relations, compensation, benefits, performance management, training and development, risk management, organization development and records retention. 

    6. Develops budgets and manages procurement activities for several funds.

    7. Performs others duties, including special projects, analysis and oral presentations as directed by the Manager, Administrative Services and serves as Acting Manager, Administrative Services as required.

    8. Directly and indirectly supervises exempt and non-exempt employees to include hiring, training, scheduling, and performance evaluation.

    9. May be assigned other duties and responsibilities as directed by the Manager, Administrative Services. 

    Position Qualifications

    Education:

    Bachelor degree required.  Degree in human resources, business management, MIS, or related field preferred.  Professional Human Resource (PHR) or Senior Professional Human Resource (SPHR) certification preferred. 

    Minimum Experience:

    Four years of progressive supervisory experience in human resource management or a related field.

    Special Requirements:

    Valid Texas driver's license.

    Cognitive Abilities:

    Must possess a high level of mathematical, verbal, and analytical ability to write clear, concise and accurate reports.  Knowledge of developing and implementing learning and development programs.  Ability to establish and maintain good contact with various public agencies.  Must be able to communicate effectively with others.  Strong leadership, project management and problem solving skills.

    Physical Demands:

    This position requires minimum physical exertion with daily lifting requirements generally under 10 pounds.  Activities may include carrying office materials, pulling and pushing file drawers and organizing paperwork. 

    Working Conditions:

    Duties are almost always carried out in an office environment.

    Tools or Equipment Used:

    Office machines including computer/laptop, calculator, scanner, copier/printer,  telephone, and microfilm reader.

    Apply at: https://www.trinityra.org/joblist.htm


  • 09 Apr 2019 2:10 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Job Title: Employee Relations Specialist

    Company Name:  MHMR Tarrant County

    I) Job PurposeThe Employee Relations Specialist is part of the Employee Relations team reporting to the Managing Director of Human Resources. The Employee Relations Specialist will advise, guide, and coach MHMR Tarrant corporate people managers on employment matters including policy interpretation, HR procedures, employee conflicts, engaging employees, performance management, and employee transitions within and/or out of the company. The Employee Relations Specialist will also conduct investigations into Employee Relations (ER) matters focusing on employee complaints, advising employee relations team on termination and coaching, and applicant/employee complaints. The Employee Relations Specialist will partner with the Employee Relations Team and Managing Director of Human Resources to ensure a fair and consistent approach to policies and procedures, thus promoting a positive ER culture within the business. The Employee Relations Specialist will work closely with Executive team, Talent Acquisition, Total Rewards, Benefits, Employee Relations Team, and Business Leaders.


    II) Essential Functions 

    1.     Coach and advise managers via phone to provide resources and guidance when complex workplace issues arise among employees or between employees and managers, especially at key points of the employee life cycle such as performance management, leaves of absence, internal job changes, and end of employment.

    2.     Conduct high-volume investigations, including time falsification, theft of company property, customer or competitor behavior complaints, employee complaints, and applicant/employee complaints, and other areas as needs arise.

    3.     Ability to listen well, understand root causes of a situation, then provide exceptional guidance and coaching to leaders on how to proceed.

    4.     Knowledgeable of employment law; must be up-to-date with current Employee Relations legislation. Strong negotiation and influencing skills with proven success in influencing employees at all levels of the organization in a consultative manner.

    5.     Highly collaborative in working with key stakeholders to develop solutions that drive measurable results.

    6.     Excellent verbal and written communication skills Excellent analytical ability. Independent judgment and decision-making skills.

    7.     Well-organized and able to successfully handle several priorities simultaneously.

    8.     Ability to use modern workplace technology (e.g. IP phones, video conferencing, etc.) and software, including Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, etc.

    9.     Performance standards are performed as applicable with MHMR’s We CARE values “We Connect People in Our Community.  We Provide Access to Services.  We Link People to Resources.  We Empower People.”

    10.  Professional tasks of managing directors calendars, overnight accommodations related to travel and flights, tracking expenses.

    11.  Tracking Legal case details

    12.  Other clerical duties as they may be assigned and perform other job duties or responsibilities as requested or assigned.


    III) Knowledge of Laws, Regulations, Policies/Procedures, Skills, and Abilities

    • Risk Management - Identifies and constructively challenges policies and practices that produce legal, regulatory, and/or ethical risks to the business or employees. Facilitates the discussion, planning, and implementation of actions to mitigate potential risks.
    • Managing Investigations - Expertly conducts investigations of policy violations according to company process, company policy, and federal and state law; reaches the proper conclusions based on all pertinent factors; thoroughly documents findings; manages communication of decisions and outcomes with management and employees.
    • Consulting - Consults and contracts to manage client and manager expectations, stakeholder needs, and partner deliverables.
    • Coaching - Listens patiently and provides meaningful counsel and advice to business leaders, peers, and colleagues.
    • Tracking Legal issues and billing
    • Administrative tasks as assigned


    IV) Internal & External Customer Service

    • This position requires extensive internal and external contacts with all levels of management and field personnel. The employee will accomplish this with advanced written and verbal skills.
    • External: Vendor management and technical personnel, consultants, and personnel from other MHMR offices.
    • Internal: Executive Management, Senior Management, MHMR Staff


    V) Travel Travel between facilities for events and meetings as needed. This position may require temporary or permanent re-assignment to any MHMR of Tarrant County facility as determined by program needs or the Division Chief. May travel to conferences as needed with overnight stay on a minimal basis.

    Job Requirements:

    Required EducationBachelor’s Degree 

    Defined EducationHuman Resources Management, Human Resources Development, Employee & Labor Relations, Business Administration or similar field required

    Required ExperienceThree (3) years

    Defined ExperienceProgressive HR experience required which should include HR Generalist/Employee Relations experience in all areas of HR Compliance, EEO, FMLA, and ADA. Experience investigating ER matters required.

    SubstitutionsNone

    Required LicenseMust have Human Resources Certification from either SHRM or HRCI

    Required Supervisory ExperienceOne (1) year

    Testing RequirementsPre-employment tests including drug and TB Screening

    Lifting RequirementsNone

    Benefit Information
    As a full-time employee, you are eligible to participate in MHMR’s employee health benefits program. Health benefits eligibility date is the 1st of the month following completion of sixty (60) days of employment. Your eligibility for other benefits, including the 401(a) (including employer match) and tuition reimbursement will take place per company policy.

    Please visit the website listed below to apply:

    https://wfa.kronostm.com/index.jsp?locale=en_US&applicationName=MHMRofTarrantCountyKTMDReqExt                  


  • 05 Apr 2019 4:19 PM | Anonymous member

    Academic Partnerships is growing and we're looking for an experienced HR Specialist to join our team. In this fast paced role, you will provide support to managers and employees within our professional call center in downtown Dallas. This is a fantastic opportunity for a HR professional with employee relations, general human resources, and full life-cycle recruiting experience!  

    Email resumes to bea.sayavongsa@academicpartnerships.com

  • 04 Apr 2019 1:24 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Ajilon has partnered with two global companies to fill several Sr. HRIS Analyst roles in Fort Worth and Grapevine. Both companies are looking for candidates with a strong HRIS background and ambition to drive processes and implementation as well as streamlining existing software. If you’d like to be considered, please email your resume to sarah.whitehouse@ajilon.com


  • 29 Mar 2019 11:39 AM | Justin Dorsey (Administrator)

    NextStep Recruiting has joined hands with a long-standing client located in Irving, as they are  urgently in  need of an HR Generalist. This is an amazing company where you truly will work hard and play hard! Essentially, you will be responsible for handling benefits administration. immigration, human resources reporting, recruiting support (offer letters, pre-hire checks), and onboarding. Light payroll support will be required as well. Must have prior experience in UltiPro - all modules. If you are looking to join a stable company and be a part of an integral team - apply today!!!

    Please email your resume to Don Kling. dkling@nextstep-recruiting.com

  • 25 Mar 2019 2:34 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    JOB TITLE:    Human Resources Assistant            

    REPORTS TO:  Human Resources Director          

    WAGE RANGE: $13 - $16 per hour

    LINK TO APPLY: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=16267&clientkey=6C20835DC4CCC923EAC31BBC43F0512A      

    Visit our website for other job openings that are both year-round and seasonal:

    https://www.rivercrest-cc.org/employment

    River Crest Country Club, Fort Worth’s oldest Country Club is seeking a part time Human Resources Assistant. Come work for Fort Worth's premier country club. Historic, yet modern and hip!

    JOB SUMMARY:

    The Human Resources Assistant provides administrative support to the Human Resources Director.  With a variety of administrative and compliance-oriented duties the position provides support in the functional areas to include, but not limited to, employee benefits, talent acquisition, worker’s compensation and the HR/Payroll system. The Human Resources Assistant is expected to perform all responsibilities with a commitment to providing superior service to the Club’s management and staff. 

    QUALIFICATIONS & WORK REQUIREMENTS:

    Ø  High school education + at least 2 years HR experience is the minimum requirement.

    Ø  Ability to manage highly confidential and sensitive information

    Ø  Knowledge of and experience administering HR policies and procedures

    Ø  Knowledge of HR compliance areas such as FLSA, FMLA, ADA and ACA

    Ø  Proficiency with Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, Outlook)

    Ø  Able to work independently with flexibility and willingness to learn and to take initiative on variety of tasks and projects

    Ø  Excellent communication and customer service skills, both verbal and written

    Ø  Attention to detail and mental concentration are necessary for accurately performing tasks and tolerating frequent interruptions

    Ø  Must present a neat and clean personal appearance

    Ø  Must have timely, reliable attendance

    Ø  Must have a professional, courteous & respectful attitude toward members, guests, vendors, co-workers and supervisors

    RESPONSIBILITIES / DUTIES / FUNCTIONS / TASKS:

    Ø  Assist with the talent acquisition process      

    Ø  Assist with the new hire onboarding and orientation

    Ø  Assist with benefits enrollment

    Ø  Assist with a variety of HR projects as assigned

    Ø  Assist with the employee recognition and rewards programs

    Ø  Maintain employee information in the HR/Payroll system with a high level of accuracy

    PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORK ENVIRONMENT

    Ø  Indoor, temperature controlled, smoke-free, open office environment.


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