• January 29, 2023 9:53 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Company; City of Sachse

    Job Description

    Hiring Range $ 60,200 - $72,240

    Primary contact for benefits administration, risk management, and safety. Responsible for all day-to-day duties in primary areas, and provides back up and support for payroll, recruiting and other areas of human resources as needed.

    Interacts daily with employees, vendors, applicants and the general public in person, by phone and by email. Remote work is not available for this position.

    Preference will be given to candidates with proven experience in benefits administration or risk management in the public or private sector, or general human resources experience in a municipality.

    Job Duties and/or Responsibilities

    Under the direction of the Director of Human Resources, the Human Resources Analyst is responsible for the coordination, administration, and oversight of one or more human resources functions including, but not limited to, recruitment, payroll administration, benefits administration, compensation and classification, employee relations and employee development. This work is performed under general supervision – the incumbent normally receives little instruction on routine work and general instruction on new projects and assignments; work is reviewed periodically through conferences and written reports for adherence to established policies and procedures.

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

    NOTE: The omission of an essential function does not preclude management from assigning duties not listed herein if such functions are a logical assignment to the position or to reasonably accommodate individuals with disabilities.

    Implements and administers programs and acts as primary contact and subject matter expert for assigned human resources functions which may include recruitment, payroll administration, benefits administration, compensation and classification, employee relations and employee development.

    Understands and interprets the City’s Personnel Policies and Procedures Manual and applicable federal, state, and local statutes related to employment, and explains said policy to City employees at all levels, as well as job applicants, and other internal and external customers.

    Provides a high level of customer service in addressing day-to-day inquiries on various human resources topics and related concerns received from City employees at all levels.

    Exercises a high level of tact, diplomacy, and discretion in order to maintain confidentiality.

    Reconciles, audits, prepares, edits, and/or submits various human resources and financial documents, files, records, reports, surveys, and other related media and projects as assigned, and ensures all information is accurate and appropriately maintained in accordance with federal, state and local law and City policies.

    Performs all recordkeeping and administrative aspects related to employee records and assigned area(s) of specialization; accurately enters information into various databases and spreadsheets.

    Implements, administers, coordinates, or assists in coordination of various human resources/employee activities and events sponsored by the Human Resources Department, such as open enrollment, employee development sessions, employee engagement activities, wellness activities, employee recognition events, etc.

    Researches, reviews, recommends, develops, and implements new or improved human resources programs, policies and/or procedures.

    Acts as backup for other members of the Human Resources team during periods of absence or unavailability; cross trains in other areas of Human Resources in order to successfully perform duties as needed.

    Serves as a liaison for employees and third-party administrators by responding to and resolving inquires, troubleshooting, and escalating issues to the appropriate level as needed.

    Gathers data from our benchmark cities via surveys, and creates meaningful information and presentations, and responds to surveys submitted by benchmark and other peers as needed.

    Assists in preparation of annual budget and monitoring account expenditures and balances.

    Demonstrates punctuality in work assignments, adherence to policy/standards, trustworthiness, reliability, dependability, personal organization, attention to detail, focus, flexibility, and overall effectiveness in simultaneous work assignments.

    Engages in highly interactive face-to-face relationships with any level of employee that will require being physically present at work on a regular basis; exhibits a temperament that strengthens trust and respect with each client and co-worker.

    Manages stressful and fast-paced situations while utilizing team resources where necessary to deliver results/information in a timely manner.

    Shows respect for the nature of a wide variety of City jobs and individuals within those jobs in a public environment.

    Assesses one's own and others' work and information for completeness and accuracy; carefully prepares for meetings and presentations; follows up with others work environment to ensure that agreements and commitments have been fulfilled.

    Performs other work as assigned.

    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

    Working knowledge of human resources functions to include, but not limited to, recruitment, payroll administration, benefits administration, compensation and classification, employee relations and employee development.

    Working knowledge of federal, state, and local laws, ordinances, and regulations applicable to employment, payroll, and human resource management.

    Working knowledge of governmental organizations and the essential characteristics, educational and training requirements of a variety of positions in public service.

    Skill in compiling data and in preparing comprehensive and coherent reports, correspondence, graphs, charts, presentations, and spreadsheets.

    Skill in conducting and analyzing research, critical thinking, and problem solving.

    Skill in the operation of modern office equipment, computers, and software, including Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.).

    Ability to make critical and difficult decisions that conform to the policies and procedures of the City and the Department with some or little direction.

    Ability to analyze data, develop recommendations, and present findings based on developments, trends, changes or other relevant factors.

    Ability to interpret, explain, establish and implement federal, state, and local laws related to employment, contracts, and City policies and procedures.

    Ability to work a flexible schedule as needed which may on occasion include nights or weekends.

    Ability to complete tasks in a timely manner, multi-task, organize workload, meet deadlines, follow-up and take tasks to completion.

    Ability to maintain focus and flexibility with frequent interruptions; ability to follow up and monitor status of ongoing projects.

    Ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with employees at all levels, and the general public, and to communicate information tactfully and impartially, both in person and in writing.

    Ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions and keep accurate records.

    This position is performed with working knowledge – the incumbent has ability to recall and apply important and commonly-used information from relevant source documents or information in a particular subject field.

    Minimum Qualifications

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

    Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in Human Resources, Public Administration, or related field, supplemented by a minimum of five years of experience in human resources management. Experience in local government preferred. An equivalent combination of education, training and experience, which provide the necessary knowledge, skills, and abilities and other competencies required for the position may be considered.

    CERTIFICATIONS, TRAINING, SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

    Possess and maintain a valid Texas Driver license Class C or must obtain within 30 days of hire per state law.

    Certification as Professional in Human Resources (PHR), SHRM Certified Professional (SHRM-CP), or equivalent or higher certification in human resources preferred.

    Note: All certifications must be current at the time of application and must be maintained as a condition of continued employment.

    URL to apply to this position.

    www.sachsejob.com

    Salary

    $ 60,200 - $72,240 (Minimum to Mid-Point)

  • January 28, 2023 8:55 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Company Name: The Holdsworth Center

    Job Description

    The Holdsworth Center seeks a District Support Consultant who believes in the promise of public schools to deliver excellent and equitable results for students, and who believes their unique skills and inner purpose would be a great match for Holdsworth’s mission, culture, and values.

    Our organization & mission

    The Holdsworth Center is an Austin, Texas-based nonprofit founded in 2017 by Charles Butt, an education philanthropist and Chairman of H-E-B, a regional retail company. Our mission is to impact, over time, the quality of K-12 public education for all Texas students by supporting and developing leaders.

    The Holdsworth Center partners with Texas public school districts to help educators become experts at leadership and to grow stronger leaders within their own systems. Holdsworth makes investments within districts and brings education leaders from across Texas to learn at its Campus on Lake Austin, a one-of-a-kind place dedicated to the idea that public education matters. Holdsworth hosts educators for learning sessions on the 44-acre campus, which has 186 sleeping rooms and state-of-the-art classroom space.

    Our work

    In our leadership development programs, superintendents, central office administrators, principals, assistant principals, teachers, and other campus leaders engage with some of the nation's top experts in their fields from a variety of sectors, including K-12 education, academia, government, and business.

    In some of our partner districts, we embed Holdsworth consultants to work hand-in-hand with central office leaders to define what great leadership looks and help them build custom solutions to identify and develop future campus leaders, place them in leadership roles and support them as they progress in their leadership journey.

    Our theory of action is that stronger leaders will build stronger systems that achieve stronger results for students. That belief is backed by research showing that after teachers, school leaders have the greatest influence on student outcomes.

    Our culture & values

    We have three core values at Holdsworth: Drive for Excellence & Equity, Be of Service and Believe in People. Our values flow from the vision and beliefs of our founder, Charles Butt, and guide our daily words and actions, bringing meaning to the work we do.

    About the Position

    This full-time position works alongside Holdsworth Partner District teams to develop and implement high quality leadership development systems that enable a strong principal pipeline. Partnering with school leadership, human resource, and other central office and campus-based teams, District Support Consultants help districts to assess and address strengths and weaknesses in their systems for identifying, developing, placing, and supporting new principals in order to ensure every school is served by an excellent leader. Over the course of five years, our team works to ensure these systems are built, implemented, strengthened, and set up for ongoing success beyond the life of the Holdsworth Partnership.

    Additional Responsibilities and Expectations

    This is a full time, individual contributor role that may involve changing assignments with multiple districts over time. Weekly, in-state travel is required for meetings and convenings with our partner districts. Typical travel requirements include two to three per days per week of travel, including at least 1-2 overnights.

    The Holdsworth Center is based in Austin, Texas. Candidates not residing in the Austin area will be required to travel to Austin for another 2-3 days per month for staff development and collaboration opportunities.

    How to Apply

    Interested candidates can submit a current resume and cover letter, detailing their interest in this position and how their experience will contribute to the work of The Holdsworth Center by clicking here.

    Applications submitted without a cover letter will not be reviewed. Applications will be screened regularly until a sufficient pool of candidates is identified.

    The Holdsworth Center is committed to creating a diverse, equitable and inclusive environment. All employment decisions are based on job requirements and individual qualifications without regard to race, color, religion, gender identity and/or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

    Job Duties and/or Responsibilities

    Responsibilities:

    Assess the current state of our partner-district’s principal pipeline through quantitative and qualitative data collection and analysis of their leadership development systems.

    Support partner-district leaders in creating a compelling vision for the future state of specific leadership development systems, including measures of success, key behavioral changes, and requirements for sustainability.

    Develop and manage clear plans to transform and build high-quality systems for leadership development, including systems to identify high-potential future leaders, professional development for aspiring leaders, transparent and rigorous selection processes, effective onboarding, and sustainable distributed leadership in campus roles (e.g., teacher leaders and assistant principals).

    Produce ready-to-use tools and detailed recommendations that demonstrate best practice in leadership development and lay the groundwork to achieve the district’s principal pipeline aspirations.

    Support key district leaders to implement, perform, and continue to iterate on systems to ensure sustainability and long-term success through rigorous project and change management.

    Minimum Qualifications

    Desirable candidates will have a range of prior experience and capabilities to include:

    Mindsets and Knowledge:

    Desire to work with mission-driven peers in a dynamic, outcomes-focused environment

    Working knowledge of education systems and belief in the potential for excellence in public education

    Drive to deliver polished, detailed, practical deliverables quickly and independently

    Highly collaborative work style and openness to feedback in support of mutual learning and continuous improvement

    Leadership and Technical Skills:

    Strong strategic thinking supported by the ability to analyze qualitative and quantitative data and synthesize actionable themes

    Relationship-building that instills confidence and can align internal and external partners to work together and make decisions

    Project and change management that includes setting clear goals and benchmarks and managing diverse individuals against delegated activities, as well as changing mindsets, building skills, and strategic communications

    Effective meeting facilitation and design

    Very strong written communication skills that can bring nuance and life to things like guiding documents, project plans, goals, parameters, etc., including comfort working in PowerPoint to communicate ideas and facilitate meetings.

    Education

    Bachelor's degree required, MBA preferred

    Desired Qualifications

    Strong candidates for the District Support consultant role have a range of prior experiences and capabilities. As we seek to build a team with a diverse set of experiences and qualifications, we’re currently particularly looking for candidates with prior experience in the following areas:

    Human Resources

    Leadership Development

    Education leadership

    Human capital consulting

    Management consulting

    Public education consulting

    URL to apply to this position.

    https://holdsworthcenter.bamboohr.com/careers/46


  • January 02, 2023 9:51 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Company:  Cook Children's

    Job Description

    Cook Children’s Health Care System is expanding their Compensation team. We are looking for a Senior Compensation Analyst who will be responsible for representing the Compensation team as a Business Partner. You will be responsible for timely and accurate salary analysis, documentation, support, and administration of various pay program.

    As our Senior Compensation Analyst, you will also deliver consulting and training to management on compensation programs, as well as legal issues surrounding compensation.  Your duties will also include providing staff compensation support, as well as providing guidance to HR staff on associated issues. 


    Job Duties and/or Responsibilities


    Teamwork and professional courtesy are essential for the performance of this position.  The ideal candidate will have previous experience in Healthcare and TJC.  The key attributes we want are:

    Build Relationships
    Change Agent
    Influence
    Business Acumen
    Problem Solving
    Coaching

    Please note, this job is required to train onsite for a period of six months, before you can work hybrid.


    Minimum Qualifications

    Qualifications:

    Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, business or related field

    Five years of progressive experience in compensation administration required

    CCP/SHRM/HRCI Preferred

    Knowledge, Skills, Abilities:

    Proficient user of MS Office suite, particularly Excel, is critical. Knowledge of MS Access a strong plus

    Resourceful and organized with strong project management and teamwork skills with ability to manage multiple priorities in a fast-paced dynamic environment

    Highly detail and results-oriented with strong work ethic, sense of urgency and passion for delivering solutions

    Working knowledge of FLSA, DOJ, EEOC, and other regulatory agencies
    Ability to solve complex problems

    Strong communication skills (verbal and written)

    Key competencies include Problem Solving, Ability to Influence, Business Acumen, and act as a Change Agent

    Cook Children's is an EOE/AA, Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran employer.


    URL to apply to this position:

    https://cookchildrenscareers.hctsportals.com/jobs/1109119-senior-compensation-analyst


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