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  • 20 Jan 2021 2:42 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    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.

  • 19 Jan 2021 12:25 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Place of Business:
    Texas Christian University

    Position Description:
    The Office of Institutional Equity (OIE) Investigator is responsible for ensuring institutional compliance applicable federal and state laws related to unlawful discrimination, harassment, sexual misconduct and retaliation. The OIE Investigator will investigate reports and/or complaints regarding harassment, discrimination, sexual misconduct, and/or retaliation. Sexual misconduct investigations will also include sexual harassment, sexual assault, stalking, sexual exploitation, or relationship violence involving students, faculty, staff or third parties.

    Job Duties and / or Responsibilities:
    1. Investigates thoroughly complaints of discrimination, harassment, and retaliation based on age, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, ethnic origin, disability, predisposing genetic information, covered veteran status, and any other basis protected by law.
    2. Investigates thoroughly and reviews complaints of sexual harassment, sexual assault, stalking, sexual exploitation, or relationship violence involving students, faculty, staff or third parties.
    3. Investigates allegations harassment, discrimination, sexual misconduct and retaliation from inception to findings. This includes creating an investigative plan, conducting and memorializing witness interviews, making credibility assessments, preparing and presenting findings and appropriate supporting documents.
    4. Writes applicable correspondence related to complaint and investigation process including a comprehensive investigative report where appropriate and necessary.
    5. Work closely with the Title IX Coordinator to review and synthesize allegations to determine applicable interim measures.
    6. Explains outcomes of investigation to relevant parties involved in the investigation process.
    7. Provides timely reports and updates regarding the status of the OIE reports, assigned complaints, and investigations in process to the Title IX Coordinator and Director of Institutional Equity.
    8. Collaborates and coordinates with the Title IX Coordinator and other University offices and partners to identify and address any systemic problems, identify interim measures or any other relevant matter regarding an OIE complaint.
    9. Engages with other university stakeholders to ensure OIE policies are communicated to all campus community members.
    10. Assists with the preparation and maintenance of statistical, demographic, and subject matter data related to OIE complaints and trends. This includes being responsible for keeping thorough, accurate, and comprehensive records related to all assigned OIE reports, complaints and investigations.
    11. Assists in the creation and revision of campus policies and procedures regarding harassment, discrimination and retaliation.
    12. Assists with the development, implementation and delivery of comprehensive training programs for students, faculty and staff related to relevant federal and state laws and TCU policies prohibiting harassment, discrimination and retaliation.
    13. Remains abreast of any and all Title VI, Title VII, and Title IX policies and procedures.
    14. Performs other related duties as assigned.

    Minimum Qualifications:
    • Master’s degree from an accredited institution in a related field
    • 2 years of demonstrated experience in investigating Title IX complaints, incidents, and/or grievance investigation and resolution.
    • 2 years of demonstrated experience investigating Equal Employment Opportunity complaints, incidents and/or resolving such complaints.
    • Higher Education experience; preferably in student conduct or an office of discrimination and harassment, working with college students.

    Click here to apply.

  • 18 Jan 2021 11:39 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Place of Business:
    Cornerstone Staffing

    Position Description:
    CornerStone staffing has partnered with a client in the Alliance/ North Fort Worth area to identify an HR Coordinator to assist with high volume onboarding of new associates in warehouse positions.

    Job Duties and / or Responsibilities:
    • Facilitates onboarding process, including: preparing and sending offer letters, initiating background and drug screening, initiating new hire paperwork, executing I-9 and E-Verify, answering candidate’s questions, and entering new hire data in HRIS
    • Conducts new hire orientation
    • Completes master data change documentation and processes data changes in HRIS
    • Answers routine questions related to HR policies and procedures
    • Assists with gathering information and reports
    • Coordinates and assists with projects to completion

    Minimum Qualifications:
    • Minimum 2 years’ experience in a very fast-paced HR support role
    • Advanced skill level in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint
    • Previous experience with an HR Systems (Ultipro preferred)
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills – must be able to communicate effectively with all levels throughout the organization and with outside candidates
    • Strong teaming/interpersonal skills
    • Must be able to prioritize multiple projects and responsibilities

    Click here to apply.

  • 15 Jan 2021 12:10 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Place of Business:
    Tarrant Regional Water District

    Position Description:
    The Human Resource Analyst will research, compile, and analyze HR regulations, best practices, data, metrics, and statistics to develop outlines, recommendations, reports, graphics, and executive summaries for the Human Resources Manager. This role requires high business acumen, strong oral and written communication skills, consultative demeanor, ability to foster valued business relationships, knowledge of HR systems and data integrity, data analysis, reporting, timeliness, accuracy, and sound judgment.

    Essential Functions and Responsibilities:

    • Collect and compile HR metrics and data from a variety of sources including Lawson (HRIS), payroll outputs, management and employee surveys, exit interviews, employment records, employee life cycle data, as well as other internal sources.
    • Research and analyze data, statistics, and regulations for trends, patterns, and legal requirements in areas such as, but not limited to, recruitment, hiring practices, motivation, turnover, compensation, benefits, and compliance with employment laws and regulations.
    • Prepare relevant, audience-based reports to present and explain findings and recommendations.
    • Maintain data used to identify and recommend short and long-term goals, milestones, and benchmarks for key performance metrics.
    • Act as a resource and investigative partner to the Human Resources Manager in areas such as employment law, organizational strategy, process improvement, and data mining.
    • Produce and deliver standard (monthly, quarterly, and annual) as well as customized HR reports such as EEO, ACA, OPEB, and audit reports ensuring comprehensive accuracy.
    • Maintain HR data tools, reporting, KPI’s, and dashboards.
    • Respond to HR data requests on an ad hoc basis by gathering, analyzing, and reporting relevant data from various sources.Maintain HR data integrity by ensuring the accuracy and consistency of input data. Audit HR data and troubleshoot irregularities.
    • Provide analytical assistance with Human Resources related roles such as payroll, benefits, compensation, employee performance, recruiting, and departmental budgets.
    • Coordinate annual HR budget preparations and routine budget versus actual reporting within the department throughout the fiscal year.
    • Evaluate the effectiveness of employee relations programs with the use of metrics
    • Interact and collaborate with other members of the Human Resources Staff.
    • Maintain familiarity with the District’s strategic objectives.
    • Continuous improvement monitoring and innovative efforts.
    • Perform other duties as required.
    • Five years of experience in a Human Resources related area such as Lawson HRIS, data analytics and reporting, data modeling, dashboard management.
    Desired Experience:
    • Eight or more years of experience in a related role.
    Required Education/Certification/License:
    • Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Business Administration, Accounting, or related field required.
    • Valid Texas driver’s license

    Desired Education/Certification/License:

    • SHRM-CP, SHRM-SCP, PHR, or SPHR certification
    Success Factors/Job Competencies:
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
    • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
    • Knowledge and understanding of local, state, and federal laws involving employment, HR, and HR policies with a strong ability to research and investigate when needed.
    • Advanced skills with Microsoft Office Suite, particularly Microsoft Excel.
    • Ability to learn and understand the organization’s HRIS, payroll, and similar employee management software.
    • Prior experience working with and contributing to a diverse workplace.
    • Excellent interpersonal, customer service, time management, and project management skills.
    • Proven ability to develop strong, respectful relationships, to inspire confidence and to build trust.
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
    • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
    • Knowledge and understanding of local, state, and federal laws involving employment, HR, and HR policies with a strong ability to research and investigate when needed.
    • Advanced skills with Microsoft Office Suite, particularly Microsoft Excel.
    • Ability to learn and understand the organization’s HRIS, payroll, and similar employee management software.
    • Prior experience working with and contributing to a diverse workplace.
    • Excellent interpersonal, customer service, time management, and project management skills.
    • Proven ability to develop strong, respectful relationships, to inspire confidence and to build trust.
    • Ability to maintain employee privacy and confidentiality.

    Click here to apply.

  • 13 Jan 2021 10:24 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Place of Business:
    Tarrant Area Food Bank

    Position Description:
    The Director of Human Resources provides leadership and guidance to the organizations HR operations and manages talent engagement, training and development, compensation, benefits, employee relations and regulatory compliance. The Director is responsible for setting, enforcing, and evaluating legally compliant human resources policies, procedures, and best practices, and identifying and implementing long-range strategic talent management goals.

    Job Duties:

    • Work closely with the EVP to develop and implement an integrated People and Culture strategic plan with quarterly priorities to support the TAFB’s hunger-relief priorities.
    • Create and manage the annual HR operating budget.
    • Collaborate with executive leadership to define the organizations long-term mission and goals; identify ways to support this mission through talent management.
    • Identify key performance indicators for the organizations human resource and talent management functions; assess organizations success and market competitiveness based on these metrics.
    • Serve as advisor and provide guidance and leadership to executive leadership team in administering policies and procedures relating to all phases of human resource activity.
    • Develop and implement comprehensive compensation, benefits, performance appraisal plans that are competitive and cost effective for the organization.
    • Develop strategic recruiting and retention plans to meet the human capital needs of strategic goals.
    • Assist with, lead when necessary, resolution of human resource, compensation, and benefits questions, concerns, and issues escalated employee relations, performance management and people policy issues.
    • Exemplify TAFB Core Values of Lead, Care, Innovate and Respect.

    In addition to:

    • Create and administer staff performance management processes, including performance appraisals, coaching and manager training on how to hold employees accountable to all TAFB employment policies.
    • Keep leadership apprised of federal laws and employment related legislation that impacts the organization.
    • Maintain HRIS database including employee changes, PTO, templates and training.
    • Administer 403(b) retirement plan, annual discrimination testing and audit.
    • Administer federal and regulatory compliance for FMLA, disability, worker’s compensation and other claims.
    • Negotiate terms for HR-related services; reconcile vendor invoices.
    • Serve as an advocate for employees in crisis and provide referrals to appropriate resources.
    • Represent TAFB with Texas Workforce Commission and prepare correspondence regarding unemployment claims.
    • Perform other duties as assigned.
    Education and Experience:

    Bachelor’s degree and 10-15 years of HR experience, must include 5 – 8 years of supervisory experience, strong leadership presence.

    Technical Proficiencies:

    Proficient knowledge of Microsoft Office, payroll and timekeeping software.

    Communication Skills:

    Excellence in speaking, writing and presenting information; bilingual in Spanish preferred.

    Other Competencies:

    Knowledge of principles and procedures for compensation, benefits and regulatory compliance; active listening, critical thinking, problem sensitivity and confidentiality essential; interpersonal skills including conflict resolution and consensus building

    Physical requirements:

    • Works in an office environment, on occasion may work in warehouse or at outdoor events.
    • This position requires frequent walking, standing, sitting and occasional lifting up to 40 pounds.
    • Occasional travel in service areas and within state and nation.
    • Requires work schedule flexibility with occasional weekend and evening availability.

    To apply, submit a cover letter and resume to jobs@tafb.org.

  • 11 Jan 2021 3:30 PM | Anonymous member

    TITLE: General Counsel
    REPORTS TO: Executive Director
    CLASS: Exempt

    APPLICATION PERIOD: January 5, 2021-February 12, 2021

    GENERAL PURPOSE:
    The General Counsel of the Fort Worth Employees’ Retirement Fund (FWERF) has overall responsibility for the provision of legal services to the $2.5 billion defined benefit fund, its Board of Trustees (the “Board”), the Executive Director, the Chief Investment Officer (CIO), and staff, to include advice and legal guidance to ensure FWERF remains compliant with federal, state, and city laws on pension investing, retirement benefits, and legislative or regulatory issues. The General Counsel is the sole in-house legal expert and receives assignments from the Board, the Executive Director, and the CIO. FWERF is a separate legal entity from the City of Fort Worth.

    As an experienced attorney, the General Counsel independently performs legal research, reviews and drafts contracts and agreements related to investment and operational transactions, prepares formal and informal opinions, drafts internal policies, provides governance direction, and represents FWERF in administrative hearings and related litigation.

    ESSENTIAL AND OTHER DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:

    1. General Legal Expert: Provides competent legal advice to the Board and staff. Prepares, reviews, and negotiates contracts and agreements, including investment management and banking services. Functions as in-house expert on federal and state pension laws and regulations, city pension ordinance, trusts, fiduciary duty, and employment-related matters. Ensures compliance with the Open Meetings and Public Information Acts.

    2. Outside Counsel: Assures appropriate, effective, and timely handling of all legal matters referred to outside legal counsel through proper assignment and direct supervision.

    3. Policy and Rule Development: Assures effective administrative functioning through the research of relevant law and the development, review, and update of administrative rules, Board governance, and operational policy documents to be recommended to the Board for approval and adoption.

    4. Legislative Proposals: Reviews and/or proposes legislative initiatives, provides legal support as needed in connection with communications with constituent groups regarding legislative changes, and researches and prepares supporting documentation, as necessary.

    5. Liaison: Acts as the Retirement Fund’s liaison with its legislative specialist, the Texas Pension Review Board, the Texas Attorney General’s Office, legislative staff for the Texas General Assembly, and the City Attorney’s Office.

    6. Public Information Requests: Responds to and ensures all compliance with the Texas Public Information Act and FOIA. Drafts briefs to the Attorney General and coordinates response briefs from effected entities. Handles dissemination of FWERF’s public information, including any viewing of copyrighted documents.

    7. Education: Organizes and schedules Board and staff training regarding open meetings, public information disclosures, ethics, fiduciary duties, and governance. Tracks and ensures compliance with pension trustee education requirements established by the Pension Review Board (PRB).

    8. Investigations: Provides oversight to ensure that the retirement disability claims investigator abides by appropriate procedures. Specific to disability retirement applications, supervises the review process of member eligibility for benefits, employer pension coverage of employees, and compliance with state statutes, administrative rules, and city ordinances.

    9. Compliance: Provide oversight of investment compliance efforts in collaboration with an external compliance advisor. Provide support to the Executive Director and CIO to review and implement proposed revisions to the compliance effort. Communicate compliance testing results and other compliance matters to the Board.

    10. Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned.

    JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

    Skills and Experience:

    Proficient at independently researching relevant statutory authority and civil case law; providing sound legal advice; recommending legally sound actions which meet investment, benefit administration, and operating objectives; communicating legal findings verbally and in writing; and handling litigation. Able to remain impartial, to be tactful, to exercise independent judgment and discretion. Able to work effectively with staff, city counterparts, outside counsel, and investment professionals. Experience performing in an advisory role with boards or committees. The ideal candidate will have experience in advising on investment transactions; drafting legislation; administrative rules and policy documents; employment law; and litigation. Excellent written and verbal communications skills.

    Knowledge:

    Federal and state laws related to pension trusts; legal research methods; methods and procedures of trial advocacy; rules of evidence and procedure; file retention; format and content requirements for legal documents such as contracts, briefs, written opinions, motions, etc. An understanding of the legal principles relating to securities law; financial markets and investment instruments in both the public and private markets; proxy voting; employment law; public administration; and the ABA Code of Professional Responsibility.

    Education and Experience:

    • JD from an accredited law school
    • License to practice law in the State of Texas
    • At least five years of professional legal experience
    • Candidates who hold a Bar membership from another state, qualify for the Texas State Bar membership, and who intend to seek admission to the Texas Bar will also be considered

    Working Environment / Physical Activities:

    Office desk work; occasional out-of-town travel involved.

    SPECIFICS:

    • Salary range: $140,000 - $180,000 annually
    • Comprehensive benefits package
    • Education and training opportunities
    • Professional dues
    • Challenging work in a friendly, professional, team-oriented culture
    • Send cover letter and resume to: annette.connor@fwretirement.org


  • 11 Jan 2021 3:23 PM | Anonymous member

    Member Services Specialist, Fort Worth, TX

    Full‐ time

    Salary Range $50,352 ‐ $61,595

    The Fort Worth Employees’ Retirement Fund is seeking to fill a full‐time position to join the benefits team. The work schedule is Monday through Friday, 7:30 to 4:30 pm.

    The candidate will conduct one‐on‐one counselling sessions, retirement seminar presentations, perform complex benefit calculations, process retirement applications, monthly retiree payroll and bi‐weekly nonperiodic payments. Candidate must be a team player willing to support other team members in the day‐to‐day operations and must have at least 2 – 5 years of experience in a similar role. [See job description below]

    Candidate must submit to a pre‐employment background verification. FWERF is a drug‐free workplace.

    Applicants should send resume to HR@fwretirement.org.

    TITLE: Member Services Specialist
    REPORTS TO: Director of Member Services
    CLASS: Non-Exempt
    GENERAL PURPOSE:

    To coordinate and administer the activities and operations of the Retirement Fund’s benefit programs (10,000 + members); including retirees and survivor benefit payments, retirement processing, the disability program, and death benefits.

    ESSENTIAL DUTIES / RESPONSIBILITIES:

    1. Conduct one-on-one pre-retirement counseling to active members.

    2. Perform complex benefit calculations:

    i. Calculate buybacks and service credit purchases.

    ii. Run projected and final retirement benefit calculations.

    3. Counsel family of deceased participants concerning death benefits, secure necessary

    verifications/authorizations, and process post-death retirement benefits.

    4. Process periodic monthly and non-periodic bi-weekly retiree benefit payrolls.

    5. Prepare contribution refund letters upon verification of termination of employment. Assist with rollover and qualified transfer transactions. Research and verify archived contribution refund payments as necessary.

    6. Prepare monthly meeting agenda detail of retirement applications for Board approval.

    7. Update the pension administration system for all new and/or revised participant information.

    8. Ensure that participant personal identifying information is kept confidential and securely filed.

    9. Coordinate and conduct in-house and job-site retirement benefit seminars, securing guest speakers as necessary.

    10. Coordinate and conduct home visits to home-bound participants.

    OTHER DUTIES / RESPONSIBILITIES:

    1. Contact and schedule guest speakers for retirement seminars.

    2. Function as a Retirement Fund expert to assist members in understanding the City of Fort Worth Retirement Plan provisions.

    3. Provide support to receptionist/front desk and other staff members in their absence.

    4. Answer questions regarding the 1099R forms.

    5. Perform one or more of the following related duties as assigned:

    I. Death Benefit processing – review of the member file and verification of benefits, notification of benefits by mail, counseling of spouse/family members on benefits available and procedures to request benefits, processing payments and answering all inquiries.

    II. Research and verify archived contribution refund payments upon request.

    III. Prepare member contribution letters after verification of information.

    JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

    Knowledge, Skill and Ability:

    Knowledge of:

    • Defined Benefit Pension plans.
    • Simple versus compounding interest.
    • Business letter writing and advanced report preparation.
    • Public meeting agenda packet preparation.
    • Confidentiality requirements related to personal identifying information.
    • Pertinent Federal, State and local laws, codes and regulations.
    • Schedule and calendar maintenance.
    • Banking and payroll processes.

    Skills and Competencies:

    • Team player
    • Excellence in communication
    • Problem solver
    • Organized
    • Ethical
    • Detailed-oriented
    • Comfortable and experienced in public speaking and seminar presentation
    • Excellent at customer service
    • Mathematical aptitude
    • Experienced in Office applications: Word, Excel, Power Point, SharePoint
    • Pension Administration system or Human Resources / Payroll system experience a plus

    Ability to:

    • Apply actuarial concepts.
    • Understand the organization and operations of the Fund, the City of Fort Worth and of outside agencies as necessary to assume assigned responsibilities.
    • Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.
    • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with team, Board, participants, and other stakeholders.
    • Interpret and explain the Fund’s Administrative Rules, policies, and procedures.
    • Identify and respond to issues, concerns, and needs. Ability to recognize when escalation to supervisor is required.
    • Operate a variety of office equipment and telephone systems; input and retrieve data and text; securely organize and maintain both paper and electronic filing.
    • Prepare and review documents.
    • Work independently when needed, meet deadlines.

    Education, Formal Training or Experience:

    Any combination of experience and training that would likely provide the required knowledge and ability to qualify.

    Experience: Two – Five years of increasingly responsible human resources or employee benefits administration experience.

    Education: High School Diploma supplemented by college level course work in human resources, business administration or a related field. Equivalent combinations of education and experience may be considered. Undergraduate degree is preferred.

    Equipment and Software Directly Used: Networked personal computer with peripherals, fax machine, copy machine and telephone. Microsoft Office Software and other web-based systems. 

    Working Environment / Physical Activities: Office environment; exposure to computer screens; working closely with others. Essential and other important responsibilities and duties require maintaining physical condition necessary for sitting for prolonged periods of time; being able to lift and carry a minimum of 30 pounds; must be able to stand, reach bend and kneel; manual dexterity required.

  • 01 Jan 2021 5:20 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    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 Qualifications:
    A) Minimum Education: Bachelor’s degree
    B) Defined Education: Human Resources or related field
    C) Preferences: Master’s degree preferred
    D) Substitutions: None
    E) Years’ Experience: 2 years
    F) Defined Experience: Human Resources or related experience required with at least two years specializing in equal employment opportunity, affirmative action, and diversity programs.
    G) License/Certifications: SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP preferred
    H) Special Courses: None
    I) Supervisory Experience: None

    Click here to apply.

    


  






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