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  • 24 Feb 2021 3:00 PM | Anonymous

    Place of Business:
    Texas Center for Arts + Academics

    Position Description:
    Texas Center for Arts + Academics (TCA+A) is seeking an energetic, skilled Human Resource Specialist who is a team player and is passionate about recruiting, supporting and developing talent through the organization’s policies and management procedures to further the goals of educational excellence.

    The ideal candidate will be responsible and reliable, and willing to regularly contribute to making TCA+A a better place to work. They should be highly efficient, organized, and approachable. Applicants are expected to have a solid knowledge of various HR functions and administrative responsibilities. The ideal candidate will foster a healthy workplace by ensuring HR procedures run smoothly at all times.

    Job Duties and / or Responsibilities:
    •Ability to help develop, implement, support, and review all HR department initiatives, policies, procedures, and systems
    •Leadership and instructional aptitudes needed to provide training and oversight on policies and procedures
    •Continued involvement in and refinement of the recruitment process, including generating job descriptions, posting advertisements, and managing the hiring process
    •Strategic development skills to develop and evaluate onboarding plans
    •Cultivate training and development programs
    •Participate in performance evaluation processes
    •Composure and confidentiality required to handle disciplinary and grievance issues
    •Administrative duties, including upkeep of employee records (attendance, EEO data, time off, etc.), organizational charts, job descriptions and salary records
    •Compliance with all policies and legal requirements
    •Perceptive nature, careful monitoring of working conditions to ensure legal compliance
    •Prepare and review compensation and benefits packages
    •Analyze pay scale to ensure compliance with wage and labor laws
    •Forecast hiring needs and ensure recruitment process runs smoothly
    •Develop and implement HR policies throughout the organization
    •Process employees’ queries and respond in a timely manner
    •Stay up-to-date and comply with changes in labor legislation
    •Conduct intake meetings and investigate employment situations
    •Working with employees and management to resolve problems, identifying root causes for issues and recommending and/or implementing solutions.
    •Mentor and advice manager and other senior leaders on policy, procedures, attendance, dispute resolution, work performance and other employment matters.
    •This position will work in partnership with the President and CEO, CAO, Principals and Finance Director
    •Lead investigations and complaint resolutions ensuring investigations are conducted and written findings and recommendations are developed in an objective and thorough manner
    •Maintain understanding of School policies and practices and knowledge of relevant compliance needs
    •Provide timely, accurate direction and information to all employees
    •Manage all aspects of Workers’ Compensation Insurance (claims, audit, renewals, etc.)
    •Recommend and implement employee accommodations
    •Serve as a backup to payroll processing
    •Perform other duties as assigned

    Minimum Qualifications:
    •Proven 2+ years-work experience as an HR Specialist or HR Generalist preferred
    •Solid understanding of labor legislation
    •Excellent verbal and written communication skills
    •Good problem-solving abilities and detail-oriented
    •Team management skills
    •BSc/MSc in Human Resources or relevant field
    •Proficient with computers and Microsoft Office Applications
    •Proven track record of maintaining employee confidentiality
    •Able to work under pressure with strict deadlines
    •Experience with Title IX compliance preferred
    •Experience with school-based human resources preferred

    Salary Range: $25 - $30 hourly

    If you believe you possess the commitment, character, and skills to become part of our innovative team, we would like to hear from you.

    Click here to apply.

  • 19 Feb 2021 3:07 PM | Anonymous

    Place of Business:
    Diocese of Fort Worth

    General Position Summary:  The HRIS and Employee Benefits Administrator is responsible for providing customer assistance and total support to Priests, school administration, employees, supervisors, and managers for all aspects of the Diocesan employee Health and Welfare benefit plans.  Also provides support for processing vendor invoices and interfacing with ADP Payroll and Human Resources Information System (HRIS) vendor.

    Principal Accountabilities:

    • Ensure that all new hires, status changes, and terminations are accurately updated in the HRIS. Monitor and manage the HR email box for inquires and changes.
    • Collaborate with the Payroll department to ensure all employees are paid timely and accurately.
    • Maintain data in the HRIS to facilitate organization charts, create management reports, employee census reports, etc. Run essential and requested reporting and analyze for trends and efficiency.
    • Monitor employee eligibility for benefit plans, audit for changes and/or employee terminations, and work with Accounting to process all vendor and/or HR Department invoices on a timely and accurate basis.
    • Organizes and manages both the annual and new hire open enrollment processes.
    • Provide accurate and timely information regarding leave programs for all employees and direct employees to the correct carriers and/or third-party administrators (TPA’s) for support.
    • Coordinate the filing of employee life insurance claims for deceased employees and/or dependents to ensure accurate and timely processing of the claims.
    • Routinely monitor, update, and ensure accuracy of the Diocesan Employee Handbook, and other Diocesan material with regards to all employee benefits.
    • Ensure that all local, state, and federal employment reports are filed accurately and timely after obtaining review and approval from the CHRO.
    • Responsible for ACA reporting and accuracy.
    • Ensure that separating employees receive the appropriate documentation including post-employment benefits.  Send out Continuation of Coverage notices as necessary and process payments.
    • Process and reconcile monthly vendor invoices.
    • Maintains data file feeds to vendors and ensures accuracy.
    • All other duties as required.

    Working Conditions and/or Physical Requirements:

    • This position works in a typical office environment but is subject to stress due to the evolving and quickly expanding needs of the Diocese, tight deadlines and moderate workloads.
    • Ability to sit and perform computer work for lengthy periods of time.
    • Able to access and maintain centralized departmental files.  Involves extending arms and reaching files stored in multiple levels on shelves, climbing up a stepladder to access files.
    • Significant amount of time regularly spent on the telephone providing customer service support and problem solving for both internal and external customers.
    • Ability to accept work interruptions while still remaining focused on duties.
    • Data entry via computer keyboard that requires repetitive and frequent hand and wrist movements.
    • Ability to lift up to 35 pounds without assistance and up to 60 pounds with assistance.

    Travel Requirements:

    • Infrequent travel may be required by car to parishes and/or schools.

    Education and Experience Preferred:

    • Degree (preferred) in Human Resources or a related field or currently attending college with a major in HR or an equivalent of work experience or a combination of education and work experience.
    • Certifications in Human Resources, Payroll, and/or Benefits (preferred).
    • 2 to 3 years of experience with Payroll / HRIS and employee benefit plans in a multi-location organization of 1,000 or more employees.

    Knowledge and Skills Preferred:

    • Microsoft Office / Intermediate to advanced capabilities with a heavy emphasis in Excel, PowerPoint and Word.
    • Demonstrated professional written and verbal communication skills.
    • Demonstrated analytical, customer service skills and the ability to multi-task.
    • Active member in good standing of a Roman Catholic parish community preferred.
    • Bilingual (English/Spanish) preferred.

    FLSA Designation:  Exempt 

    Up To $60K Salary

    To Start Immediately Apply At:  https://fwdioc.org/employment

    Then Click On…

    Catholic Center and Parishes Employment

  • 17 Feb 2021 11:07 AM | Anonymous

    Place of Business:
    MHMR of Tarrant County

    Position Description:
    The Diversity Specialist will develop and implement the organization’s diversity initiatives and strategy to attract, hire, and maintain a diverse workplace.

    Job Duties and / or Responsibilities:
    A) Researches, develops, recommends, and executes creative strategies to foster the organization’s diversity goals.
    B) Reviews current practices and policies, assessing and analyzing the extent to which they support or hinder the company’s diversity goals.
    C) Collects and analyzes statistical data to evaluate the company’s population in accordance with diversity standards and goals.
    D) Drafts and implements recruiting and hiring strategies to attract employees from diverse backgrounds.
    E) Develops and/or acquires training and development to aid diversity and retention initiatives.
    F) Provides guidance to supervisory and human resources staff in developing objective performance and other employee evaluations and policies.
    G) Acts as company liaison with government agencies concerning affirmative action and equal employment opportunities.
    H) Maintains knowledge of diversity-related issues, legislation, and best practices.
    I) Provides training and policy updates to colleagues, ensuring legal compliance of management and human resources staff.
    J) Performs other related duties as assigned.
    K) Provides administrative support to CHRO
    L) Provides support to Employee Relations
    M) 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.”
    N) Perform other job duties or responsibilities as requested or assigned

    Minimum Education
    Bachelor’s degree

    Defined Education
    Human Resources or related field

    Master’s degree preferred


    Years' Experience
    2 years

    Defined Experience
    Human Resources or related experience required with at least two years specializing in equal employment opportunity, affirmative action, and diversity programs.

    Valid Texas Driver’s License with good driving record.
    SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP preferred

    Special Courses

    Required Supervisory

    Testing Requirements
    Pre-employment tests including drug and TB Screening

    Lifting Requirement
    Up to 15 pounds

    Click here to apply.

  • 10 Feb 2021 9:28 AM | Anonymous

    Place of Business:
    Ben E. Keith Company

    Position Description:
    Responsible for administering the company’s disability and leave of absence programs. Also, serves as first tier contact person for employee benefit inquiries, reviews and processes transactions in the Ceridian Dayforce system, as well as coordinates health fairs at branch locations. 

    Job Duties and / or Responsibilities:
    • Responsible for administering the company’s disability and leave of absence programs.
    • Serves as leave of absence Subject Matter Expert for branch HR and office managers.
    • Conducts training sessions for branch HR and office managers on leave of absence and disability topics.
    • Partners with the leave of absence and disability provider to track the status of employee claims as well as actively engaged with branch staff in resolving issues.
    • Troubleshoots eligibility issues for Family Medical Leave (FMLA) in compliance with federal guidelines.
    • Serves as first tier contact for employee benefits inquires and escalates issues to appropriate team member.
    • Handles employee benefit inquiries received through the Kace Ticketing System and escalates issues to appropriate team member.
    • Handles employee benefits inquires received through the Benefits Team email inbox.
    • Handles employee benefit inquiries and complaints to ensure quick, equitable and courteous resolution.
    • Reviews and approves Life Event benefit changes in Ceridian Dayforce.
    • Reviews and approves new hire enrollments and dependent verification documentation in Ceridian Dayforce.
    • Participates in testing employee enrollment systems in preparation for Annual Enrollment.
    • Coordinates and participates in Health Fairs at branch locations.
    • Participates in the review and editing of communication materials.
    • Provides census data as needed for actuaries, benefits carriers and management.
    • Participates in ongoing process improvements to the benefits administration process.
    • Performs other tasks as assigned by the Benefits Manager.

    Minimum Qualifications:
    • Knowledge of federal, state and local laws and regulations related to benefits plans
    • Knowledge of Ceridian Dayforce or similar HR technology system, along with excellent Microsoft Office computer skills
    • Outstanding communication and customer service skills, both verbal and written
    • Ability to manage highly confidential and sensitive information
    • Excellent problem solving and influencing skills
    • Minimum of four (4) years of experience in human resources/benefits administration

    Click here to apply.

  • 08 Feb 2021 11:59 AM | Anonymous member

    CornerStone has partnered with a long established local company to assist in recruiting for a Spanish Bi-lingual Recruiter in a manufacturing facility in West Fort Worth!  This would be a great way to gain HR experience as well as this role will be trained as the on site HR Representative!

    Job Title: Bilingual Recruiter

    Location: Fort Worth

    Pay: $16-18/hr. depending on experience

    Schedule: Monday Friday 8am -5pm

    Duration: Temp to Hire


    • Must have new hire processing experience

    • Bilingual in English and Spanish required

    • I-9 and E-verify experience required

    • Microsoft Office experience (will be tested in office)

    • Data Entry skills (will be tested in office)

    Application Process Includes:

    • Drug testing

    • Background check

    • Client Interview

    • Clerical testing

    To Apply for this Job:

    Apply online at www.CornerStonestaffing.com or email ambert@cornerstonestaffing.com directly!

  • 21 Jan 2021 9:00 PM | Anonymous

    Place of Business:
    TTI, Inc.

    Position Description:
    Looking for a Top-Notch Recruiter to join our growing organization. This position will be at our Corporate Headquarters located in North Fort Worth, TX.

    The Corporate Recruiter is accountable for the full-cycle recruitment of candidates to meet current and future staffing needs including developing and implementing creative recruiting strategies; candidate sourcing; screening and interviewing; testing; assisting with the background/drug/reference checking; and onboarding process. The position is also accountable for managing temporary/staffing agency relationships and serving as a subject matter expert for Applicant Tracking System. The ideal candidate will have a strong focus on

    Job Duties and / or Responsibilities:

    • Enables TTI to meet current and future staffing needs by developing an understanding of our business operations as it relates to employee talent needs and by developing and recommending/implementing creative recruiting strategies.
    • Assists TTI in meeting Affirmative Action objectives by developing and implementing action-oriented programs in support of diversity.
    • Supports the recruiting needs of the Corporate and Sales organizations by assisting with recruiting strategy development, ad placement, resume screening and additional duties as required.
    • Effectively utilizes all available recruiting resources to post positions and proactively source qualified candidates for open positions. Measure the time required to fill each position to ensure critical resources are identified and processed promptly.
    • Effectively manages the employee selection process for all exempt and non-exempt level positions for all Corporate/Sales Departments, may assist Operations as needed, by ensuring all positions are posted internally in accordance with TTI policy; sourcing external candidates, presenting hiring managers/Human Director/ Human Resources Business Partner/Generalist with qualified, pre-screened (interviewed and tested) candidates; and by coaching managers on selection process and testing tools.  The position is also accountable for conducting references checks before extending offers, and providing assistance to ensure background and drug testing is completed in accordance with TTI Policy. 
    • May assist the HR Director, HR Business Partner/Generalist in the offer development, approval and extension process (verbal and written) for Corporate/Sales openings ensuring offers extended are internally equitable and externally competitive by collaborating with hiring managers, Compensation and Human Resources as needed to develop the offer and offer extension strategy.
    • Effectively manages temporary/employment agencies supporting company hiring needs including short-term temporaries, temporary to permanent placements and direct placements by negotiating cost-effective terms, coordinating candidate flow and selection and by providing ongoing review and interaction with the agency on service and quality expectations.
    • May support Human Resources Director/HR Business Partners/HR Generalists with college recruiting initiatives by assisting with college recruiting strategy development and by participating in the college recruiting selection process.
    • Serves as subject matter expert as it to the Applicant Tracking System module and works with HR Analyst to coordinate system modifications as needed.
    • Performs special recruitment programs/projects as assigned by Human Resources Director and Human Resources Business Partners (e.g. Hiring Events, Job Fairs, Recruitment Analysis) in a timely and accurate manner.

    Education & Experience:

    • Two to five years’ experience with full-cycle recruiting efforts in a corporate recruiting environment is required.   The position must have direct experience recruiting for all position levels from entry-level to management.
    • Bachelor Degree in a related field (e.g. Human Resources or Business) is preferred.
    Skills & Certifications:
    • Demonstrated ability to develop and implement creative recruiting strategies.
    • Strong talent assessment skills to screen, evaluate and select talent including experience with behavioral-based interviewing.
    • Demonstrated track record of building confidence and credibility with internal customers (e.g. hiring managers).Knowledge of federal and state laws pertaining to human resources practices and procedures.
    • Possesses excellent verbal and written communication skills including strong listening skills.
    • Exhibits strong interpersonal/teamwork skills in order to build effective working relationships.
    • Possesses a strong customer service orientation in order to respond to internal customer needs in a timely manner.
    • Exhibits strong organizational and multi-tasking skills in order to handle multiple, competing priorities and duties (planned and unplanned).
    • Experience using an automated Applicant Tracking System is strongly preferred.
    • Knowledge of all Microsoft applications at the intermediate level preferred.
    • A professional-level certification from SHRM or HRCI preferred

    Click here to apply.

  • 20 Jan 2021 2:42 PM | Anonymous

    Place of Business:
    Wagner-Smith Equipment Co.

    Position Description:
    Responsible for making our #1 critical success factor, safety first, a priority in all tasks and activities performed by self and all others involved. Reporting to the President, the incumbent is responsible for the timely delivery of value-added services which include implementing, administering, and coordinating all human resources policies, programs, practices and procedures for the organization. Effective oral and written communication skills, while maintaining confidentiality to the highest degree is crucial. Knowledge of federal and state labor and employment laws, including work practices and procedures is essential.

    Major Responsibilities / Essential Job Functions:
    1. Provides support for the Human Resources functions by providing administrative, employee relations, recruitment, benefits, onboarding, and compensation – assist in the updating, revising and development of current and future programs.
    2. Assists on a variety of policy and benefit administration items. Answers basic policy or benefit questions. Processes benefit forms. Distributes communication material related to company programs.
    3. Supports recruitment process, including posting jobs internally and externally, updating job descriptions; following process through closeout of requisition.
    4. Screens and assists in interviewing and hiring candidates for open positions. Ensures completion of required pre-employment testing (MVR, drug test, background verifications), and new hire paperwork.
    5. Oversees staffing and recruitment efforts along with maintenance and reporting for affirmative action programs, EEO-1, VETS- and other required reporting.
    6. Assists in coordination of onboarding new hires and conduct HR orientation on day one.
    7. Consults with supervisors and managers on employee relations, organizational and human resources issues including coaching and disciplinary action.
    8. Maintains HR documentation in Spectrum including processing and scanning pertinent documents.
    9. Completes verifications of employment and other requests requiring employment verification per established processes and procedures.
    10. Assists in the development, administration, communication, and interpretation of policies that relate to the human resources function.
    11. Assists in the administration, communication, and interpretation of policies that relate to the human resources function including, but not limited to, harassment and violence in the workplace, benefits, employment, and paid time off.
    12. Travel to surrounding jobsites as needed.
    13. Perform additional duties as assigned.

    Minimum Qualifications:
    Must possess a working knowledge of employment and benefit laws; human resources processes, and employee relations practices at a level normally acquired through completion of a four-year degree in human resources management or a business-related discipline or equivalent experience; and six years of progressively responsible human resources experience. SHRM-CP or PHR certification required.

    Click here to apply.



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