Place of Business:
Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT)
Apply to Job ID #112813
Job closes January 8, 2019 at 11.59 pm. Application MUST be submitted before closing date/time to be considered.
Are you an expert with demonstrated evidence of guiding Organizational Leaders and HR professionals through EEO & Ethics, employee conduct and performance, employee relations, legal compliance, due-diligence etc. while dealing with conflict? If so, we have your next challenge! We invite you to be part of an organization that has driven past 100 years of history down the Texas road ways.
Work Location: 200 East Riverside Drive, Austin, TX 78704
Overnight Travel: 25% plus
- Bachelor's Degree
- Doctorate Degree – Professional Law is preferred
- Five (5) plus years in employee relations or related Human Resources activities
- Three (3) plus year’s supervisory/managerial experience.
- Project leader or lead worker experience may substitute for supervisory/managerial experience.
Directs and provides leadership for the Ethics & Employee Conduct Section of the Human Resources Division. Oversees employee conduct activities to include: Ethics, EEO, harassment, discrimination, retaliation, violence prevention program, disciplinary actions, employee appeals process and training outreach programs. Reports to the Human Resources Division Director. Work requires contact with other state and federal agencies and private entities. Employees at this level establish their own work plan and priorities to meet set objectives.
- Advises district, division and executive staff on complex ethics and EEO matters.
- Acts as the Department’s Ethics Officer.
- Leadership of section activities to ensure efficient and effective proactive operations.
- Interprets policies and procedures and advises district/division personnel regarding employee conduct related concerns.
- Monitors proposed legislation, writes impact statements, fiscal notes and implementation of approved legislation that impacts business functions.
- Represents the department and makes presentations to professional groups regarding programs.
- Stays abreast of changes in employee relations-related federal, state and local ordinances, laws, rules and regulations and practices in the private and public sector.
- Performs other job responsibilities as assigned
- Knowledge of Federal and state laws, regulations, and guidelines governing the human resources field to include harassment, discrimination and violence in the work place
- Developing and implementing innovative/effective employee relation programs
- Directing and establishing objectives; clarifying roles and responsibilities through individual performance plans; monitoring and measuring performance against goals; evaluating results and making necessary adjustments to meet deadlines
- Analyzing issues, facts and available information to develop logical solutions; researching inconsistencies of facts or data; drawing correct inferences from information and making recommendations that support business decisions
- Planning, assigning, directing, coordinating and reviewing the work of professional, administrative and technical employees
- Analyzing and organizing business and technical data
- Developing and giving presentations
- Interpreting and analyzing legislation, rules and regulations
- Communicate effectively
- Shows integrity and ethical behavior; respects confidentiality, business ethics and organizational standards
$76,356.00 - $129,137.00
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