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    • Wed, May 31, 2023 4:15 PM | Dena Culpepper (Administrator)

      Place of Business:
      City of Round Rock

      Position Description:
      Join the best-managed and most innovative city in Texas! The City of Round Rock is a municipality located in Williamson County, which is a part of the Greater Austin metropolitan area.

      We are currently recruiting for a Compensation Manager/HRIS Administrator to join our team! This position will be responsible for analyses and administration of the City's compensation and classification program, Human Resources Information Systems administration and Human Resources analytics.

      Job Duties and / or Responsibilities:

      • Responsible for the City's compensation and classification program, including but not limited to, gathering benchmark data, compiling and analyzing results, making recommendations for structure adjustments and changes to the matrix for merit increases; updating pay structures as needed; and producing reports for City management for determination of annual compensation proposals and/or to analyze trends.
      • Implements new pay structures including but not limited to, determining, communicating and implementing updated rates for current employees, coordinates with staff as necessary on the implementation of new pay structures for new hires.
      • Responsible for annual pay increases including processing longevity pay; and calculating, processing and communicating merit increases.
      • Coordinates with HR and Payroll staff to provide necessary technology support to facilitate the processing of employee compensation.
      • Conducts position classification, reclassification, and reorganization analysis which may include job audits, surveys, and updating job descriptions; responsible for development and updating of job descriptions including review and determination of FLSA exemption status.
      • Develops and recommends changes to Human Resources Policies and Procedures regarding the City's compensation and classification program; develops and recommends changes and updates to the Compensation Manual.
      • Researches, collects data, analyzes and produces analytical reports including but not limited to, City of Round Rock diversity, employee turnover, and other reports and analysis as requested; responds to external salary and benefits surveys and inquires; conducts research and special projects as needed; analyzes findings and makes recommendation for action.
      • Provides system administration for the Human Resources Information System (HRIS): assists with the maintenance and administration of enterprise-level technology; meet with end-users to help optimize and improve their workflows; performs systems audits to ensure data integrity; evaluates business processes and makes recommendations in the use of technology; leads and manages implementation projects for new functions within existing systems or new technology products; maintains system documentation and provides training as needed; actively monitors product development and upgrades, testing and implementing as appropriate; resolves system issues using technical analysis and/or escalation of issues to software provider; works closely with the IT department; develops and maintains applicable service agreements related to HRIS and coordinates the resolution of vendor problems; participates in the development of information technology strategy and technology deployment for HRIS

      Minimum Qualifications:

      • Bachelor's degree in Human Resources, Business Administration, Economics or related field. Additional experience may substitute for education on a year-by-year basis.
      • Four (4) years professional human resources experience in compensation, HR Analytics, or HRIS management.
      • Advanced proficiency in Microsoft products including Word and Excel.
      • Preferred Public Sector or non-profit experience.
      • Preferred SHRM-CP/SCP, PHR/SPHR, or CCP 

      Salary: $77,084.80 - $96,366.40 Annually

      Click here to apply.

    • Tue, May 30, 2023 11:50 AM | Dena Culpepper (Administrator)

      Place of Business:
      Texas Hospital Association

      Position Description:
      This position is responsible for assisting with supporting the administration of the THA Retirement Plans and performing administrative functions in order to support the Human Resource function. Process monthly and lump sum pension payments, answer participant questions relating to pension payments as needed. Provide administrative assistance to the VP as needed on projects.

      Duties and / or Responsibilities:
      •The position requires problem-solving, independent, and collaborative interaction, multi-tasking, and organization skills.
      •Accurately review and complete required forms prepared by third-party for all participants terminating employment, retiring, deceased, disabled and in-service withdrawals for the participating hospitals in the THA Retirement Plan system.
      •Review and input plan contributions and expenses for the Retirement Plans utilizing QuickBooks.
      •Review and resolve problems for pension annuitants and THA Retirement Plan participants. (Currently 1,000+ pension annuitants and 12,000+ participants).Work with Benefits Analyst, third party administrator and VP to complete work timely and accurately.
      •Provide administrative support to the Actuary of THA Retirement Plan system (i.e., benefit distributions, hospital contributions, deferrals, new monthly annuitants, deaths).
      •Provide administrative support to the plan auditors.
      •Process expense reports for VP.
      •Assist with day-to-day operations in HR Department.
      •Manage HR Department events calendar. Assist with all aspects of meeting preparations for various HR meetings (including conference calls) and committees by preparing communications and meeting notices, copying, collating, and distributing meeting materials, arranging caterers and taking minutes as requested.
      •Maintains all employee and applicant documentation and files per HR policy and governing agencies.
      •Assists with recruitment and hiring processes, conducting screening interviews, managing appropriate paperwork, background, and reference checks, scheduling new hire physicals, onboarding and new employee orientation, etc.
      •Acts as payroll liaison, ensuring any employee changes are entered into HRIS and included on bi-weekly payroll memo; input personnel changes, Qualifying Life Event changes, withholdings updates, direct deposit updates, etc.
      •Maintain & troubleshoot HRIS database and process paperwork for new hires, terminations, and other status changes. 
      •Performs payroll/benefit related reconciliations and conducts audits of various payroll, benefits or other HR programs as requested.
      •Assist with annual finance and FISMA audits.

      Minimum Qualifications:

      •Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Accounting, Finance or Human Resources degree preferred or equivalent experience.
      •Two-five years’ work experience in a fast-paced office environment. Must be highly organized, resourceful, and have strong attention to detail and work experience in human resources.
      •Knowledge of labor laws and practices

      THA is an Equal Opportunity Employer – regardless of race, sex, veteran or disability status, gender identity, or sexual orientation.

      THA uses E-Verify to check the work authorization of all new hires. You may visit  to learn more about E-Verify.

      Click here to apply.

    • Wed, May 24, 2023 5:40 PM | Dena Culpepper (Administrator)

      Place of Business:
      Watkins Insurance Group

      Position Description:
      Award-winning insurance agency seeks a dynamic and skilled Training & Development Specialist to join our team. In this role, you'll play a vital part in developing, implementing, and assessing training programs across the agency to ensure employee performance enhancement and alignment with the department's objectives. In addition, you'll work closely with management and subject matter experts, ensuring the highest levels of engagement and performance recognition. You'll also assist in administrative tasks to support the Human Resources department.

      About You:
      You have a passion for principles and methods for curriculum and training design, teaching and instruction for individuals and groups, and measuring training effects.

      You are curious about human behavior, individual differences in learning and motivation, and enhancing performance.

      You are comfortable with the latest technology and multimedia training platforms.

      You are driven by collaboration to optimize results.

      Experience in the insurance or financial services industry is preferred. Applied Epic knowledge is a bonus.

      Essential Duties and / or Responsibilities:
      Design, teach, or coordinate training sessions and baseline training courses for software with subject matter experts (outsourced and/or in-house), ordering training materials, and maintaining comprehensive training records, including training effectiveness.

      Coach and evaluate internal trainers and training materials, enhancing their effectiveness. Facilitate the selection and validation of staff who conduct training.

      Select appropriate training methods or activities (e.g., simulations, mentoring, on-the-job training, professional development classes) that drive the highest levels of engagement, learning, and motivation.

      Minimum Qualifications:
      Bachelor’s degree in Education, Training and Development, or a related field preferred. Four years of relevant experience accepted in lieu of education (plus any additional required experience).

      Three years of experience in corporate training and development.

      Click here to apply.

    • Fri, May 19, 2023 12:20 PM | Dena Culpepper (Administrator)

      Place of Business:
      Viva Day Spa

      Position Description:

      We're seeking a hands-on Director of Human Resources for our vibrant Austin-based day + med spa. If being the best part of each other’s day gets you out of bed in the morning and you possess a proven track record of leading full cycle HR functions for a fast-paced company while managing and developing a strong, inclusive team, read on.

      You'll report to our VP of Operations, and as our Director of HR, you will be one of the senior leaders and heart of the culture, where you'll provide human resource leadership and strategic planning to all operational departments in support of our culture, core values, policies, and programs. You'll champion DEIB and ensure our amazingly talented people are offered the best possible work culture.

      Viva is an Austin-based day spa + med spa with three locations, with a fourth opening this summer! We are industry trailblazers in the beauty and wellness sphere with a 19 year proven track record with over 1 million services performed. We attribute much of our success to our incredible employees and are firm believers in caring for the talented people who, in turn, care for our guests.

      Voted Best Day Spa by the Austin Chronicle, Austin Monthly, Austin Young Chamber of Commerce, and we're extremely proud to have been ranked Best Places to Work by the Austin Business Journal four times.

      Our incredible team is a testament to our most important values, including providing a happy and prosperous employee experience by maintaining a safe and nurturing place to work, along with a fun & caring culture, and a growing list of competitive benefits.

      Essential Duties and / or Responsibilities:
      You'll lead and scale the HR dept including managing internal team, external resources, systems, dept budget, initiatives, and KPIs, and you will be a trusted strategic, human capital business advisor to the Leadership Team.
      You'll champion and facilitate continual DEIB initiatives, and foster a safe, nourishing & upbeat culture; and you'll ensure...

      - the very best people are in all the right positions;
      people have the very best resources and opportunities; and
      you'll provide exceptional, high touch support for a meaningful full lifecycle employee experience, where our incredibly talented people are committed to our mission and vision; and

      - you’ll be the best part of each other’s day by exhibiting Viva's Core Values of Authenticity, Excellence at Every Touchpoint, 360 Degrees of Caring, and Doing the Right thing.

      - You'll lead and scale all HR functions for the entire employment lifecycle including onboarding, continuous employee engagement & retention, training & dev, career pathing, performance management, people marketing, and compensation, etc.

      You'll also...

      - provide leadership on people-related issues and policies; and you'll handle sensitive, complex employee matters, TWC claims, etc.; and

      - partner with Leadership to understand and execute the HR & overall talent strategy;

      - analyze trends, research, and propose competitive pay & benefits programs to attract and retain top talent;
      proactively recruit, and oversee and support hiring managers and ensure optimized hiring plans;

      - provide support & guidance when complex, specialized, and sensitive questions and issues arise; administer and execute routine tasks for delicate circumstances such as providing reasonable accommodations, investigating allegations of wrongdoing, and terminations;

      - respond to unemployment and worker's compensation claims;

      - process payroll and work with HR Coordinator to address employee payroll issues;

      - manage HR systems (ADP), and HR records, employee handbook, and company benefits, and maintain compliance with federal, state, and local employment laws & regulations, and recommend best practices to maintain compliance and scalability;

      - maintain knowledge of trends, best practices, regulatory changes, and new technologies in human resources, talent management, and employment law;

      - and other job functions as determined

      Minimum Qualifications:

      What you’ll bring to Viva:

      - A true desire to be the best part of each other’s day
      Proven ability to navigate employee relations with confidentiality, empathy and good judgment

      - Growth mindset with passion to grow and develop self and others

      - Service-focused passion for wellness, and luxury day & med spa services

      -Self-motivated, directed, organized, and able to self manage and prioritize shifting priorities

      - 7+ years' of HR experience and in leading HR teams, ideally in high growth, fast-paced companies

      - Proven experience implementing performance management plans and feedback

      - Full cycle recruitment experience

      - Deep understanding of how to develop leaders and managers

      - Champion of employee engagement and DEIB

      - Experience in sales positions and recruiting in the Austin, TX market preferred

      - Experience developing & managing effective compensation, benefits, reward, and recognition programs

      - Ability to think strategically but also focus on tactical and operational issues

      - Refined verbal and written communication skills
      Excellent interpersonal, negotiation, and conflict resolution skills

      - Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail

      - Strong analytical and problem-solving skills

      - Ability to prioritize tasks and to delegate them when appropriate

      - Ability to act with integrity, professionalism, and - confidentiality

      - Reliability and consistent attendance and punctuality is an essential function of this position

      Education & Technical Requirements:

      - Bachelors or Masters in Business, Organizational Development or Human Resources preferred

      - SHRM SCP CP or SPHR or PHR certification preferred

      - Proficiency with ADP software, Microsoft Office, Zoom, Google Drive; and Slack

      - Preferred prior experience migrating payroll systems and scaling HR functions in rapid growth environment

      - Thorough knowledge of Texas and National labor laws,
      - HR compliance and legal considerations

      - Exceptional spoken, written, typing + grammar skills

      Your general abilities:

      - Able to lift at least 25 pounds

      - Able to see and hear so as to effectively talk on the phone, work on a computer, and work with individuals and groups both digitally and in person


      • Competitive pay
      • Competitive and Flexible Health, Dental & Vision Benefit Plans
      • 3 Weeks Paid Time Off
      • 3 Weeks Paid Parental Leave
      • 2% Matching 401K
      • Solid Managerial/Leadership Operational Framework
      • Ongoing Learning Opportunities
      • Deep Discounts on Services and Products
      • Free Medical Spa Services
      • CEU Reimbursement
      • Laptop provided
      • AT&T Phone plan coverage
      • The most awesome co-workers you can imagine!

      BE HERE NOW.
      If spreading love by serving people makes your heart skip a beat, and you value Authenticity, Excellence at Every Touchpoint, Doing the Right Thing, and 360 Degrees of Excellence, and - like us, you encourage creativity, initiative, high accountability, collaboration and playfulness, YOU BELONG HERE.


      Click here to apply.

    • Wed, May 17, 2023 12:16 PM | Dena Culpepper (Administrator)

      Place of Business:
      Goodwill Central Texas

      Position Description:
      The Director of Talent Acquisition & Experience is responsible for designing and implementing talent strategies in alignment of the organization’s strategic plan while collaborating closely with a variety of key stakeholders.

      Essential Duties and / or Responsibilities:
      • Create an environment and culture that focuses on fulfilling the company’s mission, vision, and values.
      • Build and deliver full-cycle talent acquisition practices to ensure the attraction, evaluation and hiring of highly qualified and diverse talent
      • Lead the ownership of the applicant tracking system (ATS). Ensure the ATS is configured and used to drive an optimal candidate and recruiter experience.
      • Develop relevant documentation to ensure the talent acquisition process is efficient, measurable, and is delivering a positive experience for our candidates.
      • Enhance and develop new tools and solutions to drive automation within the talent acquisition & experience process
      • Build the foundation for a data-driven talent organization by developing and reporting critical KPIs, metrics, reporting and data analytics to track progress, drive decisions and determine success.
      • Deliver regular data and analytics to all key stakeholders
      • Assess recruiting channels and recommend improvements to elevate performance
      • Evaluate potential third-party recruiting partners, guide decision making, manage vendors and evaluate/track vendor effectiveness
      • Identify recruiter training opportunities on tools and processes to ensure their success
      • Remain up to date with the latest trends in talent acquisition tools and practices.
      • Partner with business leaders to forecast hiring needs
      Other Duties and Responsibilities:
      Perform other duties as assigned
      Supervisory Responsibility:
      This position has supervisory responsibilities.

      Minimum Qualifications:

      • Minimum of 5 year’s proven experience as a Talent Acquisition Director or similar role
      • Minimum of 5 year’s demonstratable experience managing full-cycle recruiting and employer branding initiatives
      • Understands the organizational talent strategy, talent plans and supply chain of internal and external talent. Drives business talent strategy and plans by applying talent acquisition, workforce planning, total rewards and inclusion and diversity practices to drive talent outcomes
      • Expert knowledge and understanding of sourcing techniques and tools (e.g., social networks)
      • Expert knowledge and understanding of establishing key metrics for talent acquisition teams
      • Hands-on experience with Applicant Tracking Systems (ATSs) and HR databases
      • Excellent leadership skills for creating high performance teams
      • Excellent communication skills with the ability to foster long-term relationships with internal teams, external partners, and candidates
      • Exhibit excellent written and oral skills

      All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, age, marital status, pregnancy, genetic information, or other legally protected status. Post offer background check is required to ensure applicant meets all eligibility requirements for the assigned customer/location. Alternative work locations may be offered as appropriate.


      Established in 1958, Goodwill Central Texas is a non-profit organization that has transformed thousands of lives through the power of work. We are the leader in workforce development, one of the largest employers in our region, and a cornerstone of the community. Our mission is funded through our donation-driven retail stores, comprehensive business and staffing solutions, and generous community support. Our vision is to empower every Central Texan to transform their lives through work and education. Join the team whose work empowers people to transform their lives!


      Goodwill Central Texas is committed to fostering, cultivating and preserving a culture of diversity and inclusion in which all employees are valued for their skills, experience and unique perspective. This commitment is embodied in our company policies and in the way we do business. Working together as a diverse and inclusive organization is essential to our success.

      We embrace and encourage our employees’ differences in age, color, disability, ethnicity, family or marital status, gender identity or expression, language, national origin, physical and mental ability, political affiliation, race, religion, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, veteran status, and other characteristics that make our employees unique.

      Click here to apply.

    • Tue, May 09, 2023 2:16 PM | Dena Culpepper (Administrator)

      Place of Business:
      Teacher Retirement System of Texas

      Position Description:
      The IMD University Strategy & Employee Engagement Program Manager is responsible for supporting IMD internship and engagement activities. The incumbent will oversee the Investment Management Division (IMD) internship program, university and pipeline organization relationships, IMD ERG coordination, employee award and recognition activities, and the IMD mentoring program. This position will proactively work with the IMD staff, members of IMD management, university contacts, and TRS employees. This position reports to the Head of Performance and Engagement.

      Job Duties and / or Responsibilities:
      IMD Internship Program Management

      • Partners with business leads to understand university hiring needs and craft job descriptions.
      • Coordinates candidate review, interviews, and offer process:
      • Drives resume reviews and candidate interviews by working closely with key decision makers.
      • Liaises with Talent Acquisition on the offer and onboarding process.
      • Sets a standard of program responsibilities and expectations to university and internal business partners as well as program participants for a consistent intern experience across groups with substantive work.
      • Plans and executes key events and programming such as orientation, training and enrichment, mentorship, check-ins, and networking opportunities.
      • Oversees end of program evaluations and full-time offer process.
      University and Pipeline Organization Liaison
      • Develops and strengthens strategic relationships with career services, key faculty, departments, and partners.
      • Designs and executes the annual campus engagement plan:
      • Determines high impact interactions/events to build awareness of TRS brand and opportunities.
      • Leverages and engages alumni to identify and build relationships with high potential candidates.
      • Identifies, coordinates, and attends events for prospective candidates – ensuring engaging content, managing investment professional involvement, and tracking candidate interest.
      • Dedicates efforts to identifying, building, and supporting a robust pipeline.
      • In partnership with Talent Acquisition, develops tracking and reporting to understand the return on investment for partner organizations and recruiting events to inform university recruiting going forward.
      Employee Engagement
      • Drives employee recognition throughout the division:
      • Gathers nominations and selection process for formal recognition that reinforces culture and celebrates wins.
      • Seeks out best practices and how the division can implement to recognize employees.
      • Manages mentoring program evolution and implementation:
      • Defines goals that are supported by program design, including the application and matching process and providing resources.
      • Gathers feedback and reporting on program effectiveness relative to program goals.
      • Coordinates IMD Employee Resource Groups alignment.
      • Performs related work as assigned

      Required Education:

      • Bachelor’s or advanced degree from an accredited college or university in a related field.
      Required Experience:
      • Six (6) years of progressively responsible human resources experience.
      • Four (4) years of experience working with recruiting, intern, or employee engagement programs or activities, preferably within financial services.
      • Experience engaging with multiple stakeholder groups.
      • Experience may be concurrent.
      Preferred Qualifications:
      • Disciplined self-starter; resourceful and able to prioritize in a fast-paced environment.
      • Experience working with subject matter experts (SMEs) and cross functional teams.
      • Reporting and analysis experience: experience gathering, organizing, analyzing and presenting large amounts of data clearly and concisely to help make fact-based decisions

      Salary: 89,083.00 - 111,354.00, Annual Salary

      Click here to apply.

    • Fri, May 05, 2023 11:03 AM | Dena Culpepper (Administrator)

      Place of Business:
      Home Slice Pizza

      Position Description:
      Human Resources Manager
      As a growing restaurant, Home Slice Pizza is excited to recruit a hands-on, energized, bilingual (English/Spanish), mission-driven human resources professional to join our team. The Human Resources Manager will be responsible for: human resources planning, employee relations, salary and wage administration, compliance, and all employee benefits and payroll processes.

      The HR Manager will be the go-to for all employee-related HR issues. Our people are our most important resource, as such, the successful candidate will ensure a productive, positive, equitable, and compliant workplace where everyone works together to advance our mission. Promoting institutional values and shaping a positive culture is a vital aspect of this role. This position will also support and help develop Home Slice’s Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) Plan, as well as ongoing strategic planning processes. The HR Manager will partner with senior leadership to develop and implement human resources strategies and initiatives aligned with larger strategic priorities and business goals. Reporting to ownership and Director of Operations, and supported by Partners and General Managers, the Human Resources Manager has an opportunity to work with a great team and make a big impact.

      We like working with friendly, dynamic, and motivated people who:
      - Love taking care of people and providing a positive experience with every interaction.
      - Strive to do their best in everything they do and are committed to continuous improvement.
      - Take responsibility for their own actions and personal growth.
      - Have pride and satisfaction in the work that they do.
      - Aren’t afraid to ask questions, and are open to new ideas.
      - Can bust ass in a fast-paced yet playful environment.
      - Are very strong at multitasking and problem-solving with impeccable attention to detail.
      - Serious and dedicated, but also compassionate, considerate, and good natured.
      - Can inspire positive attitudes and keep standards high without pretension.
      - Forward thinking, proactive, and results-oriented.
      View both positive and constructive feedback as respectful.
      - Can crack a joke (or at least take one).

      What we offer:
      - Competitive salary
      - Excellent benefits including:
      - Subsidized medical, dental plans
      - No-cost life insurance
      - No-cost employee assistance program offering free counseling and legal, personal-development and work-life resources
      - Cell phone stipend
      - Paid vacation plan
      - Personal comp tab
      - Excellent work environment and best-in-class culture in an Austin-original, iconic establishment

      Duties and Responsibilities:

      - Take lead on internal HR related issues, providing investigation, documentation, and recommended actions to provide a workplace that is safe for all employees.
      - Exercise skill in defusing conflict and guiding groups to co-create solutions.
      - Support management teams by facilitating and documenting staff exit Interviews.
      - Facilitate both large and small-group HR training with multiple stakeholders.
      - Offer support to our Diversity & Inclusion Committee, and explore launching additional ERGs.
      - Support current and future business needs through the development, engagement, motivation, and preservation of human capital. With support from hiring managers, oversee all onboarding and offboarding of staff to meet OSHA, DOL, state, and local standards. Assist in aspects of hiring and recruitment.
      - Develop and monitor ongoing HR processes and company policies and ensure consistent implementation of these policies.
      - Ensure legal compliance by monitoring and implementing applicable federal, state, and local HR/payroll requirements. Ensure that all personnel files are secure and documentation is compliant with company record retention policies and federal/state laws.
      - In collaboration with the Director of Operations, oversee and manage a performance appraisal system that drives high performance. Support managers in ongoing performance management.
      - Investigate and resolve complex payroll issues according to FLSA, State Wage and Labor Code, INS, and IRS regulations, and related company policies and procedures.
      - Administer the Workers’ Comp program and take a leadership role in any audits from the DOL and insurance providers for WCI.
      - Manage quarterly and annual employment reporting to local, state, and federal agencies - ACA, EEO, WCI, insurance provider employment verification census - with support from administrative staff.
      - Support founders and the Director of Operations in workforce development opportunities.
      - Responsible for periodically reviewing and updating Home Slice’s employee handbook.
      - Remain abreast of human resources trends, particularly legislative and regulatory changes that affect Home Slice’s operations and processes, and recommend updates to the employee handbook to reflect these changes. Work in coordination with Home Slice’s employment attorney as necessary.
      - Oversee payroll administration by working in concert with the payroll officer and supporting them by taking the lead on vendor relations and process facilitation.
      - Coordinate with the payroll officer when employee issues impact payroll.
      - Oversee employee benefit programs including health benefit administration, vacation/sick time tracking, and holiday schedule with support from office team administrative staff.
      - Build effective relationships with restaurant management staff and provide effective and timely HR consultation to them. Work one-on-one with managers and lay employees in resolving minor gaps in communication. Provide real-time coaching to managers to help them as they support their teams.
      - Collaborate with and fully support the office team, and work to maintain the cohesiveness of the group.
      - Other duties as required.

      - College degree in related field, HR certification, or major course work in human resources management, public administration, business administration, or related field and 5 years' experience in human resources and benefits management; or equivalent combination of training and experience.
      - Trained in conflict resolution best practices and methodologies.
      - Profound knowledge of human resources practices and management.
      - Proficiency in interpreting complex human resources policies and procedures.
      - Well versed in state and federal legal requirements including EEO, ADA, Workers’ Compensation, Wage and Hour, COBRA, FMLA, and ACA.

      Professional and technical knowledge:
      - Knowledge of job classification systems and organizational design and development.
      - Highly skilled in benefits/health insurance management and administration. Strong in payroll and benefits vendor management and negotiation skills.
      - Advanced computer skills including Microsoft Office and Google Suite, working knowledge of HRIS (Paylocity a plus), and knowledge of data integrity best practices.
      - Highly skilled in benefits/health insurance management and administration.
      - Strong in payroll and benefits vendor management and negotiation skills.
      - Ability to establish and maintain filing and records systems.

      Communication skill and interpersonal savvy:
      - Excellent professional verbal and written communication skills.
      - Ability to effectively present information verbally and respond to questions from all levels of staff.
      - Desire and commitment to maintain a high level of cooperation, communication, and rapport with all employees.
      - Discreet, able to handle confidential and proprietary information appropriately with a high level of integrity.
      - Ability to interact with individuals who possess diverse levels of responsibility and experience within the company, and to provide excellent support service to a diverse and growing staff.
      - Spanish language proficiency. Must be a strong Spanish speaker and use your ability in facilitating communication among employees of all levels, thereby ensuring every employee has a voice in the company.

      Emotional intelligence:
      - Strong initiative with the ability to anticipate issues and act proactively.
      - Committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion supporting Home Slice’s role as an anti-racist organization and cultural anchor Austin.
      - Ability to succeed in a fast-paced environment with limited guidance.
      - Commitment and ability to work in a collaborative environment, free of ego and full of support in reaching shared goals.
      - Strong, honest commitment to maintaining/enhancing the excellent employee experience at our company.
      - Strong organizational, attention to detail, and administrative skills.
      - Ability to work independently while exercising sound judgment.
      - Ability to ask for help when needed and know when additional input is required.

      Click here to apply.

    • Fri, May 05, 2023 10:20 AM | Dena Culpepper (Administrator)

      Place of Business:
      Texas Education Agency (TEA)

      Position Description:
      TEA’s Human Resources (HR) Division supports a diverse and talented workforce of more than 1,100 employees. This position is part of the Talent Acquisition and Workforce Management Strategy (TAWMS) Team in the Division of HR. Our division believes that the success of TEA’s mission and vision depends on the agency’s ability to attract, support, and retain a workforce of high-performing individuals who are committed to improving outcomes for Texas’ students.

      With that core belief as a guiding principle, the Workforce Management and Compensation Specialist performs advanced (senior level) human resources management work.

      This role is instrumental in supporting HR’s core functions, providing expert data analysis, guidance, and advice regarding employee classification and compensation. The position’s primary function is to handle a high volume of internal classification and compensation inquiries, review and suggest improvements to increase alignment of position job descriptions, assess the equity and competitiveness of staff salaries, and serve as thought-partner to agency leaders and supervisors to help determine the appropriate classification and compensation of agency staff. This role also helps monitor the agency’s Full-time Equivalent (FTE) Cap and the status and life cycle of the agency’s vacant positions.

      This position reports to the TAWMS and Compensation Lead, and works under limited supervision, with considerable latitude in the use of initiative and independent judgment.

      Flexible work location within the state of Texas may be considered for qualified candidates.

      Duties and Responsibilities:
      • Classification Analysis: Conducts employee classification analysis, performs routine classification and job description quality-control audits; serves as a resource to agency leadership and hiring managers by providing support with job descriptions, classification, and compensation-related inquiries resulting from changes in job duty assignments or reorganizations. Enters and tracks all personnel action requests in the agency’s systems
      • Compensation Analysis: conducts employee compensation analysis; researches and analyzes internal compensation and market data to make compensation recommendations to divisions and agency leadership as part of the classification review process. Supports the implementation of the agency’s merit policy and is responsible for producing Total Compensation summaries and distributing them to all agency employees at the beginning of each fiscal year
      • FTE and Position Monitoring: tracks the status of the agency’s FTE cap, initiates the review of new position requests, supports the monitoring and reporting on the agency’s vacant positions, the end date of term positions, and the creation of the manager-to-staff ratios and related-reports required or requested by other government or legislative bodies
      • Workforce Data Analysis: produces timely, accurate, and impactful analyses of the Agency’s workforce data to inform talent management strategy and the development of workforce plans; responds as needed to ad hoc data requests to inform policy decisions of agency leadership or to respond to Public Information Requests (PIRs)
      • Workforce Management Onboarding and Ongoing Training: develops, maintains, and delivers Workforce Management, Classification, and Compensation onboarding and training to ensure new and current agency supervisors, division leaders, and PAF coordinators are familiar with the agency’s Career Growth and Compensation System and are equipped to skillfully implement all relevant policies, procedures, tools, and resources available to them

      Education: Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university

      Experience: At least four [4] years of experience in Human Resource Management work or related fields, of which at least two [2] years include having managed, maintained, or implemented compensation and/or career advancement systems, job structure and salary range development, pay guidance, and or position control

      Substitutions: An advanced degree may substitute for two years of required experience.

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    • Thu, May 04, 2023 1:06 PM | Dena Culpepper (Administrator)

      Place of Business:
      Texas Legal Services Center

      Position Description:
      The HR Coordinator supports the delivery of human resources services, implementation and maintenance of processes, including payroll, recruiting, onboarding, benefits and leave administration, HRIS data entry, employment changes, performance appraisals, job descriptions, policies and procedures, record keeping and filing.   The incumbent in this position is required to complete all work in full adherence of applicable organization, HR and payroll policies or procedures as well as state and federal requirements.   

      Essential Functions:  

      • Assist with full recruiting cycle, including posting open positions on various job boards, reviewing resumes, maintaining applicant tracking system and required documentation, conducting phone screens, scheduling interviews, checking references, and processing background checks.
      • Participate in onboarding and off boarding processes and completion of associated required documentation, i.e. I-9, W-4s, direct deposits, exit interviews and termination paperwork.   
      • Review and ensure accuracy of timekeeping information.
      • Process bi-weekly payroll after verifying timesheets, accurate pay and deductions, and report generation. 
      • Support benefits and leave administration including annual benefits open enrollment processes, broker and insurance carrier research and review, as well as report development.   
      • Reconcile monthly employee insurance premium statements, fund FSA accounts, and process 403(b) contributions.
      • Track employee work-related illnesses and injuries, prepare the OSHA 300 Log, and post February 1 – April 30.
      • Ensure data integrity with HRIS entries, HR and payroll documentation. 
      • Develop, prepare and generate ongoing and ad-hoc employee data reports.
      • Create and maintain employment files and HR records.
      • Document core HR processes and seek opportunities to automate manual processes and identify process efficiencies.

      Other Functions:

      • Assist with completion of verification of employment requests.
      • Maintain strict confidentiality regarding benefits, human resources and payroll matters.
      • Perform other duties as assigned.

      Education/License (Required):

      • Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources or related field; or, equivalent combination of education and experience.  
      • PHR or SHRM-CP preferred

      Experience (Required):
      Minimum two years of HR and payroll processing experience.

      Knowledge/Skills (Required):
      Current knowledge of state and federal employment and payroll laws/regulations and human resources best practices.
      Proficiency with Microsoft Office suite.
      Experience working with ATS, HRIS and payroll systems such as Paylocity.
      Outstanding interpersonal and collaboration skills.
      Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
      Strong organizational skills with a critical eye for attention to detail.
      Proven ability to meet deadlines and effectively manage time.
      Solutions focused, with the ability to exercise integrity and sound judgment.
      Adept at exploring new ideas and identifying process efficiencies. 
      Ability to work both independently and collaboratively.
      Ability to maintain a high level of integrity and confidentiality

      Physical Requirements:

      • Sedentary work that involves sitting most of the time. 
      • Occasional bending, squatting and kneeling. 
      • Exerting up to 10 pounds of force occasionally and a negligible amount of force is needed at times to lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects.

      *This job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

       Click here to apply.

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