Place of Business:
Office of Injured Employee Counsel
Employee Relations Director (Director I)
The employee relations director is responsible for managing a range of activities related to employee relations and staffing functions. This includes managing OIEC’s internal personnel practices, policies and programs with emphasis on performance management, employee discipline, and leave management, insuring that the organization is in full compliance with applicable laws and regulations. The employee relations director will serve as OIEC’s HR Liaison to the Texas Department of Insurance Human Resources Department and supervise program specialists who assist with executing OIEC’s personnel practices, policies and programs. In addition, the position works closely with agency leadership in developing, implementing and evaluating ongoing talent acquisition activities.
- acts as OIEC’s ADA Coordinator;
- oversees the agency’s FMLA administration;
- conducts workplace investigations, drafts written investigation reports, and makes recommendations to management;
- reviews requests for employee discipline and makes recommendations about corrective actions to management;
- responds to workplace complaints;
- assists OIEC HR liaisons with complex leave issues;
- manages the daily administration of other personnel services as directed or assigned, including recruitment and selection, promotions, transfers, job classifications, performance evaluations, and employee relations in accordance with quality management principles and overall objectives of the organization;
- develops, prepares, generates and analyzes ongoing and ad-hoc special reports pertaining to employee personnel information and data, including issues such as turnover, absenteeism, recruitment, applicant tracking, compensation, promotions, etc.;
- works with OIEC supervisors to administer OIEC’s performance management process in a timely manner;
- trains agency supervisors on employment practices, policies and programs with emphasis on performance management, employee discipline, and leave management, insuring that the organization is in full compliance with applicable laws and regulations;
- maintains and expands knowledge and understanding of existing and proposed federal and state laws/regulations affecting human resource management. Identifies trends that could affect organizational objectives and/or operational resources. Interprets appropriate laws and policies and advise management and employees accordingly.
This position requires:
- graduation from an accredited four-year college or university. Relevant experience may be substituted for education on a year-for-year basis;
- five years full-time experience in an office setting performing human resource’s employee relations work including administering ADA and FMLA programs, evaluating performance, and creating employee discipline documents.
Salary: $5,833.34 - $6,250.00/mo.
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