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  • 23 Sep 2022 9:11 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Place of Business:
    ACH Child and Family Services

    Position Description:
    The HR Generalist – Employee Relations is responsible for administering various human resource plans and procedures. The HR Generalist – Employee Relations will support and organize department goals and objectives to support Human Resource annual plan. The HR Generalist – Employee Relations will support the HR Manager in the overall delivery of employee relations support to the agency. The HR Generalist – Employee Relations will support the HR Manager in annual roll out annual performance management. This job requires sensitivity to the service population’s cultural and socioeconomic characteristics.

    Duties and Responsibilities:
    Human Resource Function:

    • Provide clerical and administrative support the Human Resource Department
    • Support audits, monitorings and accreditation processes
    • Maintain current and terminated (digital) employee filing system to adhere to best practices for file maintenance and storage
    • Ensure all terminated employee records are properly destroyed after the time line required by Federal Regulations
    • Support annual Performance Management process
    • Responsible for the employee recognition page and associated updates/changes
    • Manage the employee morale (ACE) committee
    • Process agency Stay and Exit interviews
    • Support HR Manager with overall Employee Relations (Corrective Actions, Terminations, ect)
    • Support HR Manager with the creation, and execution, of agency presentations
    • Partner with HR Talent Acquisition Team to develop, and implement, agency internship program
    • Special projects as needed

    HR Systems and Analytics:
    • Maintain monthly/quarterly/yearly Human Resource metrics and analytics for the department, as well as preparing on going dashboards and reports.
    • Main point of contact for HRIS support and solutions, being one of our onsite experts
    • Monthly goal(s) review
    • Assists with HRIS reporting
    • Will be responsible for assisting HR with HRIS reports or system analytics
    • Grants/Contracts reporting and support
    • Assists with ACH / OCOK Performance Management
    • Will be responsible for assisting in Performance Management
    • This includes annual compensation adjustments

    Qualifications:
    Education: High School diploma is required. PHR, or SHRM-CP, preferred.

    Experience: One-year experience working with employee relations, and two-years general Human Resources, is required. Experience with performance management preferred. Experience with HRIS preferred.

    Functional: Must be able to handle multiple task, detail-oriented, able to work independently. Must demonstrate excellent customer services skills. Strong oral and written communication skills.

    Working Conditions: Sitting for long periods of time at computer, receive and return phone calls. Lifting files and office supplies required, up to 25 pounds.

    Exposure to Confidential Information: Maintain confidentiality, and follow policies related to personnel.

    Click here to apply.

  • 22 Sep 2022 9:31 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Place of Business:
    Tarrant County

    Position Description:

    • Maintains a comprehensive compensation plan for Tarrant County including the performance appraisal and job evaluation processes.
    • Participates in Countywide policy development.
    • Serves as SAP process owner and maintains organizational information in SAP.

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Administers the performance appraisal process using the County’s automated system.
    • Administers the County’s merit increase process.
    • Conducts training on salary administration issues.
    • Performs reclassification audits.
    • Assists in the development of the salary increase budget for the Commissioners Court.
    • Participates in the overall County budgeting process including classification of jobs and positions.
    • Coordinates the position evaluation process.
    • Coordinates the maintenance of job and position description documents.
    • Communicates with departments regarding the compensation plan and policy changes.
    • May participate in the preparation of the Human Resources department budget.
    • Participates in County-wide policy development.
    • Performs supervisory duties.
    • Audits position and job descriptions for changes in compensable factors and helps to determine the FLSA exempt/non-exempt status of positions.
    • Works with the compensation consultant on annual job market analyses.
    • Prepares court communications and makes presentations to the Commissioners Court on compensation issues.
    • Performs special projects as needed.
    • Maintains organizational unit, job, and position information within SAP.
    • Works with ITD employees to maintain an efficient SAP system.
    • Assists employees and managers with questions.
    • Performs all other related duties involved in the operation of the department as assigned or required.

    Qualifications:

    • TO APPLY, must have a Bachelor’s degree + Five (5) full-time years of related compensation or human resources work experience OR
    • TO APPLY, must have a Master’s degree or higher in Human Resources + Three (3) full-time years of compensation or related human resources work experience.
    • TO APPLY, must hold a current and valid driver license. Note: A Texas driver license is required to hold the position.
    • Very strong spreadsheet and math skills required.
    • Thorough knowledge of human resources practices.
    • Ability to communicate effectively.
    • General knowledge of personal computers. SAP knowledge is preferred

    Click here to apply.


  • 21 Sep 2022 10:17 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Place of Business:
    Non Profit through CornerStone Staffing

    Position Description:
    We have a fantastic opportunity with one the most well established non profits in Fort Worth to use your talents to impact the community! This is a HR Generalist Supervisor role with specialization in Benefits where you will get to use your experience to lead the organization's benefit and compliance functions, systems and programs ensuring compliance with government regulations but in a manner that is in line with both agency strategic objectives but also serves the employees well!
    100% on site until after training, option for 1-2 days a week remote after training period.

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Oversee HR benefit and compliance functions, systems and programs, ensuring the policies and procedures comply with all government regulations and company guidelines.
    • Support the planning and strategic initiatives for assigned areas of responsibility.
    • Works with HR team to review and analyze current procedures, identify areas for improvement and develop and implement a standardization system across different departments.
    • Works with benefits brokers and providers to review /review benefits annually; deploy open enrollment; ensure new employees select their benefits; and continuously communicate the package and changes.
    • Ensures delivery of periodic dashboard, reports and audits as well as required HR government reporting such as ACA, EEOC.
    • First point of contact for multiple HR vendors, including: HRIS, Benefits Brokers, provider, ect.
    • Provide leadership, counseling, and coaching to employees. Maintains positive employee/employer relations.
    • Leads New Hire Orientations

    Qualifications:

    • Bachelor's degree preferred but not required
    • Minimum of 5 to 8 years of experience working directly in benefits. Experience working in non profit or social services areas preferred
    • Experience processing Annual Open Enrollment
    • Experience with File-Feeds
    • Experience with FMLA, LOA, ADA, and Worker s Compensation

    Click here to apply.

  • 14 Sep 2022 6:05 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Place of Business: EECU

    Position Description:
    EECU is looking for talented people who are passionate about service. We are looking for a highly energetic, talented Payroll & Benefit Specialist who will facilitate all technical and operational functions of payroll processing, including administering the bi-weekly payroll for over 400 employees, reporting payroll data to accounting and coordinating the 401(k) and profit-sharing contributions. Serves as subject matter expert for payroll, time & attendance, and benefits. Maintains daily processes regarding timekeeping, payroll employee changes, onboarding/offboarding employees, promotions, transfers, executive compensation, and commission/bonus payments.

    Benefit administration includes maintaining relationships with third party benefit plan administrators, bill pay reconciliation, administration of retirement plans, employee queries regarding benefits. Create the annual benefit guide and oversee benefit open enrollment process for the credit union. Coordinates in partnership with third party administrators regarding employee leaves. Supports employees and Human Resources as an integral part of our team.

    This position is eligible for a $750.00 sign-on bonus.

    For more than 80 years, Fort Worth-based EECU community credit union has been committed to providing members A Better Way of Banking®. Today, EECU is one of the largest credit unions in Texas with over $3.3 billion in USD assets and serves over 260,000 members through 16 financial centers across North Texas. In the true spirit of the credit union philosophy “people helping people” EECU was recently honored with the Fort Worth Business Press Corporate Philanthropy Award for employee volunteerism, named Best Bank/Credit Union by the Fort Worth Star Telegram’s readers, and became the 1st credit union in Fort Worth to become Blue Zones certified for promoting employee well-being.

    Responsible for compliance of all Federal and State rules and regulations pertaining but not limited to Bank Secrecy Act, Anti-Money Laundering, Bank Bribery Act, NCUA Privacy Regulations, Reg DD, Reg E, Reg CC, Reg Z, Reg B, FCRA/FACTA, and Service Members Civil Relief. Required to attend initial and ongoing annual Bank Secrecy Act training.

    EECU is an EOE/Vets/Disabled Employer.
    We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against applicants due to veteran’s status or on the basis of disability.
    For more information on our organization and our best in class benefits please visit EECU Careers at www.eecu.org/careers

    Key responsibilities for the Payroll & Benefit Specialist:
    • Prepare, maintain, and process biweekly payroll for 400+ employees
    • Reconcile quarter and year end payroll taxes
    • Manage all employee payroll changes, deductions and timekeeping
    • Manage onboarding/offboarding employees in HRIS & Payroll System
    • Prepare payroll reports for Accounting and Management, including general ledger
    • Provide support to the efficient operations of the Human Resources department, including reporting on overtime, vacation usage, turnover, headcount, and compensation payouts
    • Benefit administration including bill pay reconciliation, retirement plans, employee benefit inquiries
    • Create annual benefit guide and oversee benefit open enrollment
    • Coordinate employee leaves with third party vendor, including managing time off and benefit payments in conjunction with short-term disability insurance
    • Assist department with special projects

    Candidates for EECU should possess the following knowledge and experience:
    • At least a minimum of 3 years of HR/Payroll experience
    • Minimum of 2 years of experience with Payroll and Time & Attendance processing (ADP a plus)
    • Minimum of 2 years Benefit Administration
    • Strong organization skills and attention to detail
    • Strong PC and advanced Excel skills
    • High level of interpersonal skills to handle sensitive and confidential situations and documentations
    • Must possess excellent communication and skills both oral and written
    • Familiarity with HRIS systems and Human Resource processes
    • Bachelors in HR or other degree or equivalent years of HR/Payroll management experience preferred
    • PHR Certification preferred

    Click here to apply.

  • 14 Sep 2022 2:44 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Place of Business: Goodwill North Central Texas

    Position Description:
    Goodwill North Central Texas, a recognized community non-profit known for creating lives of independence by skill training and job placement, is seeking a seasoned HRIS Business Systems Analyst to join our HR team. We are seeking candidates who share our values, provide excellent customer service, embrace diversity, and is committed to continuous quality improvement. The successful incumbent will be working with current HRIS systems, especially UKG and will collaborate with functional and technical staff to coordinate application capabilities, upgrades, etc. while performing work in a hybrid (home/office) environment. Through Business Intelligence creates and generates reports/queries, as well as has a proficiency working with payroll and benefit related information and reporting.

    Job Duties and / or Responsibilities:

    • Point-of-contact regarding system maintenance and security. Collaborates with functional and technical staff to coordinate application, upgrades, or corrections, if necessary. Maintains HRIS system tables. Documents process and results.
    • Ensures the system is set-up and maintained for payroll processing to include calendaring, general ledger expense accounts, pay groups & codes, deductions, etc.
    • Ensures that the HRIS system is set-up properly to maintain State and/or Federal reporting (i.e.—W-2s, 1095Cs, unemployment, etc.) Ensures that the HRIS system is set-up properly for benefit-related reporting and transmissions (i.e.—401k, Healthcare, Life, etc.) Work with vendor to add and/or update any reports that are transmitted on a routine basis. Through Business Intelligence creates and generates reports/queries, including writing, maintaining, and supporting a variety of reports or queries utilizing appropriate reporting tools. Assists in development of standard reports for ongoing customer needs. Helps maintain data integrity in systems by running queries and analyzing data.
    • Utilizes interpersonal skills when working with various customers and peers to accomplish project goals. Recommends process/customer service improvements, innovative solutions, policy changes and/or major variations from established policy, which must be approved by appropriate leadership prior to implementation.
    • Conducts training, including developing user procedures, guidelines, and documentation. Trains clients on new processes/functionality. Trains new system users.
    • Through classes, reading, CBTs or other mechanisms, continuously increases both HR knowledge and UKG /HRIS application/tools knowledge. Participates in user group meetings/conferences. Performs other related duties as assigned

    Minimum Qualifications:
    Bachelor’s degree in computer science or related field or equivalent work experience. At least 4 plus years’ experience required working with current HRIS application (UKG (formerly Ultimate) HRIS software a plus) and proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite is a must. Uses effective approaches for choosing a course of action or develops appropriate solutions to issues that arise. Excellent verbal and written communication skills, organizational and time management skills. Strong analytical and problem-solving skills as well as attention to detail.

    Physical Requirements:
    Hybrid home/office environment with prolonged periods of sitting at a desk and working on a computer. This position requires the incumbent to have communication capabilities, via cell phone and/or Smartphone technology, as well as personal internet access when working from home.

    Click here to apply.

  • 14 Sep 2022 2:40 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Place of Business:  Goodwill North Central Texas

    Position Description:
    To provide accurate and timely administrative support and assistance in employment activities such as posting job opportunities, conducting background checks, drug testing, onboarding, and providing backup to other HR functions. To contribute positively to the Goodwill mission of changing lives by providing job opportunities and resources to all, including the disabled and disadvantaged.

    Job Duties and / or Responsibilities:
    Provide administrative support across multiple Human Resource functions while displaying excellent judgement and teamwork in keeping with the Goodwill mission of improving lives through the power of work. Such functions include, but are not limited to, having responsibility for managing electronic job postings and systems, answering recruiting questions, related systems, organizing and participating in hiring events, and implementing recruiting technology. Additionally, the position requires performing all pre- employment processes, such as background checks and screenings, in compliance with Company policy as well as Federal and State regulations. This includes conducting, evaluating and communicating results of checks such as educational, drug, criminal, motor vehicle, OIG checks, and physicals. The ability to understand complex policies and regulations as they relate to the position and demonstrate consistent compliance in a fast paced, deadline driven work environment is required.

    This position will complete other duties as assigned, including driving a van to transport candidates as needed, facilitating new hire orientation, and cross training as backup to other HR functions. Additional administrative responsibility will be assigned based on business needs.

    Skills and Minimum Qualifications:
    Minimum of 2 years of full-time administrative experience, preferably within a Human Resource capacity. High School diploma or GED with some college course work strongly preferred. Working knowledge of web based recruiting systems (Ultimate Software) is preferred and proficiency in Microsoft Office applications is required. Successful candidates will demonstrate excellent organization, attention to detail, proof reading skills, and the ability to work independently and take initiative in resolving issues pertaining to job responsibilities. Must be capable of maintaining confidentiality and working positively with individuals with multiple barriers to employment, and people with disabilities.

    Physical Requirements & Working Conditions:
    Fast paced and deadline driven office environment. Must be able to provide own transportation for travel to off-site locations and clear driving record to operate Company van. This position requires the incumbent to have communication and hotspot capabilities, via cell phone and/or Smartphone technology.

    Legal Requirements:
    Documentation to satisfy I-9. Ability to pass a background check, drug screen, and Motor Vehicle Report. Maintains a valid Class C driver’s license.

    Click here to apply.

  • 14 Sep 2022 10:08 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Place of Business:
    Alzheimer's Association

    Position Description:
    Manage all day to day employee relations and talent management issues; partner with Home Office COE to identify and deliver Learning & Development to the assigned Area. Assist with interpretation and execution of HR programs and policies throughout the business.

    Duties and Responsibilities:
    Essential functions and responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

    • Manage all requests for promotions, grade and salary adjustments, status changes (hours worked, FLSA status), and spot/interim bonuses, following established protocol, including working with field leaders and HO COE for Compensation.
    • Manage all voluntary terminations including working with the HR Coordinator and payroll; conducting exit interviews, apprising managers of trends based on the PWC exit survey tool
    • Coach and guide employees and managers through our Initial Employment Period, Corrective Action and other disciplinary procedures and policies. Conduct investigations for hotline reported and other issues, with a view to fast and fair resolution, keeping in mind risk and our commitment to DE&I.
    • Provide strategic guidance for restructuring requests; manage all involuntary terminations including engaging in risk assessment pre, during and post-termination.
    • Deliver an excellent customer service experience to internal customers by responding in a timely manner, and being an approachable, consultative subject matter expert.
    • Work with AD, Talent Acquisition in the states where exempt and non-exempt minimum wages change annually or from time to time, to ensure compliance.
    • Perform other duties assigned, including staying up to date on state and local laws. Work with other members of the HR Ops team to ensure compliance with state and local laws and policies like our COVID policy.

    Qualifications:

    • Bachelor’s degree
    • 8 or more years of HR generalist experience, including talent acquisition, benefits, compensation, culture & recognition, training, DE&I, learning & development.
    • 4+ years’ experience with performance management and employee relations
    • PHR/SHRM-CP certification or higher strongly desire
    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
    • Ability to function with tact and diplomacy across all levels of staff and leadership.
    • Solid, working knowledge of unconscious bias in talent management
    • Strong knowledge of compensation management and employment laws, including FMLA, ADA, GINA, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act. Experience conducting investigations and working on highly sensitive employee issues.
    • Ability to navigate and thrive in a highly complex, matrix organization
    • Ability to support internal customers who operate out of various locations other than where incumbent will be based.
    • Team oriented individual with the ability to work with a diverse group of employees
    • Ability to present information in concise manner, to a variety of audiences
    • Proficiency in software: MS Office suite, Google applications and Zoom; proficiency with use of Applicant Tracking Systems and LinkedIn Recruiter
    Position Location: Remote (or can work out of the Home Office or a local chapter office if preferred)

    Full time

    Click here to apply.

  • 12 Sep 2022 1:34 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Place of Business:
    Catholic Diocese of Ft. Worth

    Position Description:
    The ADP HRIS Coordinator is responsible for providing customer assistance and total support to Pastors, Priests, School Presidents, Business Managers, Bookkeepers, for all aspects of providing the necessary information needed to manage their locations. Also provides support for processing vendor invoices and interfacing with the ADP Workforce Now Payroll and HRIS team.

    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., upon request.
    - Provide support in HRIS, for the populating of the correct compensation classification and salary grades.
    - Monitor and send out notifications regarding employee appraisals being completed and submitted to Human Resources, by employees’ managers.
    - Assist in monitoring employee eligibility for benefit plans, audit for changes and/or employee terminations, and work with accounting department to process all vendor and/or HR Department invoices on a timely and accurate basis.
    - Provide support for both the annual and new hire open enrollment process and ensure that separating employees receive the appropriate documentation including post-employment benefits.
    - Ensure that all local, state, and federal employment reports are filed accurately and timely after obtaining review and approval from the CHRO. Those include the year-end ACA report, the annual EEO-1 report and others.
    - Create, maintain, and audit all new employee files, benefit files, termination files, etc., for thoroughness and accuracy as necessary.
    - Responsible for all other projects, tasks, etc., as assigned.
    Travel Requirements:
    - Infrequent travel, by car, may be required to Diocese Parishes and/or schools.

    Education and Experience Preferred:
    - Degree (preferred) in Human Resources, Business, or a related field or currently attending college or an equivalent of work experience or a combination of education and work experience.
    - Certifications in Human Resources, ADP Workforce Now Payroll and/or HRIS (preferred).
    - Requires 2 to 3 years of experience with ADP Workforce Now Payroll / HRIS in a multi-location organization of 1,000 or more employees.

    Knowledge and Skills Preferred:
    - Microsoft Office 365 / 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.
    - Ability to write reports in ADP Workforce Now HRIS and do V-Lookups and Pivot Tables. 

    Click here to apply. 

  • 12 Sep 2022 1:31 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Place of Business:
    Catholic Diocese of Ft. Worth

    Position Description:
    The Employee Benefits Coordinator is responsible for providing customer assistance and total support to Pastors, Priests, School Presidents, Business Managers, Bookkeepers, and employees, for all aspects of the Diocesan employee Health and Welfare Benefit, Retirement plans and Workers’ Compensation program. Also provides support for processing vendor invoices, building electronic file feeds to the various Carriers and Third-Party Administrators (TPAs) for enrolling employees in the various plans and for providing necessary information on a regular basis for billing purposes.

    Principal Accountabilities:
    - Ensure that all eligible new hires can access the open enrollment platform, in ADP Workforce Now’s benefit platform, and provide any necessary assistance when needed so they can complete the open enrollment process.
    - Collaborate with the Diocese Payroll department to ensure all employees are having the appropriate payroll deductions made for the benefit plans they are enrolled in.
    - Maintain data in the ADP Workforce Now HRIS to facilitate the creation of management summary reports, employee benefit census reports, etc.
    - Utilize the ADP Workforce Now HRIS for monitoring employee eligibility for benefit plans, audit for changes and/or employee terminations, and work with the accounting department to process all Carrier and TPA invoices for payment on a timely and accurate basis.
    - Provide support for terminating employees who are eligible for Continuation of Benefits and coordinate with Christian Brothers within the specified time allotted for doing so.
    - Provide accurate and timely information regarding leave programs for all employees and then direct employees to the correct carriers and/or TPAs for support in processing their claims.
    - Coordinate the filing of employee life insurance claims between employees and the life insurance carriers, to ensure accurate and timely processing of the claims.
    - Coordinates the flow of information required between retiring employees and the Diocese Pension Plan with the TPAs for both the Priest Plan and the Lay Employee Plan.
    - Coordinates the flow of information between employees and the Diocese Workers’ Comp Carrier, with regards to Workers’ Comp Claims,
    - Routinely create, monitor, update and ensure accuracy of the Diocesan Employee Handbook, and other Diocesan material with regards to all employee benefits.
    - Supports the recruiting program by participating in Job Fairs.
    - Ensure that all local, state, and federal employment reports are filed accurately and timely after obtaining review and approval from the CHRO.
    - Create employee census reports as required and/or requested by Carriers and/or TPAs and verify for thoroughness and accuracy as necessary.
    - Responsible for all other projects, tasks, etc., as assigned.
    Travel Requirements:
    - Infrequent travel may be required to Diocese Parishes and/or schools by car.

    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, and/or Benefits Programs preferred.
    - 2 to 3 years of experience with employee benefit and retirement plans in multi-location organizations of 1,000 or more employees.
    - 2 to 3 years of experience working with Brokers, Carriers, Providers, and TPAs

    Knowledge and Skills Preferred:
    - Microsoft Office 365 / 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.
    - Ability to write reports in ADP Workforce Now HRIS and do V-Lookups and Pivot Tables.

    Click here to apply. 

  • 12 Sep 2022 1:16 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Place of Business: Catholic Diocese of Ft. Worth

    Position Description:
    The Senior Human Resources Business Partner/Schools is responsible for performing HR-related duties on a professional level and reports directly to the Chief Human Resources Officer, and indirectly to the Superintendent of Schools in supporting the Diocese of Fort Worth’s schools. This position carries out responsibilities in the following functional areas: talent acquisition, employee relations, HR policy development & implementation, and employment law compliance. The incumbent also conducts training in the position’s respective areas of responsibility and serves as a liaison between Human Resources at the Catholic Center and the Diocese of Fort Worth’s Schools.

    Principal Accountabilities:

    • Coordinates the talent acquisition program for the Diocese of Fort Worth’s Schools to ensure all necessary steps are taken to recruit the best available candidates while conducting background checks as required and allowed by policies and law. Works with the General Counsel in the development and drafting of employment agreements, required by the schools.
    • Trains appropriate school employees on ADP’s Applicant Tracking System, who perform recruiting and/or HRIS input process for new hires.
    • Partners with the Chief Human Resources Officer, Superintendent of Schools and the General Counsel on confidential employee relations concerns, complaints and harassment allegations in the schools and actively participates in investigations when needed.
    • Coaches, counsels, and collaborates with managers on the employee disciplinary action process and recommends course of action, regarding corrective disciplinary action.
    • Ensures compliance with federal and state regulations concerning employment within the schools.
    • Investigates anonymous ethics hotline and reports out to designated committee regarding inferred violations in the schools.
    • Facilitates or provides training to key staff on topics such as policies, procedures, recruiting, employee relations counseling, etc.
    • Coordinates committee(s) to develop and implement needed changes to HR programs, employee policies and procedures, in the schools.
    • Sends HR communications and updates to sites as needed.
    • Joins local and regional professional HR Associations to be aware of employment trends and new laws that might impact the Diocese of Fort Worth’s employment practices.
    • Works with the Payroll department to ensure all employees system records are current and are paid timely and accurately.
    • Analyzes exit interview data and makes recommendations for corrective action and continuous improvement.
    • Supports employee onboarding sessions, when needed.
    • Responsible for all other projects, tasks, etc., as assigned.
    Travel Requirements:
    • Frequent travel may be required to Diocese Schools and Parishes by car.

    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 (preferred).
    • Requires hands-on experience with ADP’s Workforce Now HRIS, especially utilizing the online application tracking system (ATS).
    • 5 to 7 years or more of experience with talent acquisition, employee relations, coaching and mentoring supervisors, managers, and employees.
    • 3 to 5 years of HR experience in ISD’s or private school systems.
    • Familiar with budget process for projecting costs associated with talent acquisition within the schools, as well as other areas.
    Knowledge and Skills Preferred:
    • Microsoft Office / Intermediate to advanced capabilities.
    • Demonstrated professional written and verbal communication skills, including public speaking.
    • Established customer service skills and the ability to multi-task.
    • Excellent organization and time management skills.
    • Experienced in developing and conducting training for leadership groups, employees, and others.
    • Verbal and written communication proficiency along with the ability to communicate with people in difficult situations.
    • Bilingual (English/Spanish preferred).
    • Active Catholic, in good standing, and a member of a Catholic parish community preferred.

    Salary: $70,000 - $75,000

    Click here to apply.

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