• May 22, 2022 9:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Company Name:  Integrity Group, LLC

    Job Description

    The Human Resource Generalist will run the daily functions of administering pay, benefits, leave and enforcing company policies and practices.
    Job Duties and/or Responsibilities

    Essential Functions:

    • Manage the day-to-day inquiries and system maintenance of payroll
    • Prepare, review and submit semi-monthly processing of payroll
    • Maintain database including new hires, terminations and other changes
    • Oversee and maintain employee benefits files and ensures benefit changes are entered appropriately into payroll and carrier systems
    • Verify and process monthly premium statements for all group insurance policies
    • Provide support for payroll and benefits related audit inquiries
    • Act as liaison between HR, vendors, brokers and Team members to provide support as it relates to benefit policies, procedures and claim disputes
    • Maintain group benefits database in carrier portals
    • Conduct benefits orientations and explain benefits enrollment processes to new Team members
    • Assist in preparation and execution of annual open enrollment
    • Oversee Workers Compensation claims
    • Assists in the hiring, onboarding process, and new employee orientation.
    • Conducts background checks, drug screenings and employee eligibility verifications as needed.
    • Maintains records retention and compliance guidelines
    • Maintains compliance with federal, state, and local employment laws and regulations, and recommended best practices; reviews policies and
    • practices to maintain compliance.
    • Maintains knowledge of trends, best practices, regulatory changes, and new technologies in human resources, talent management, and employment law.
    Additional Duties:
    • Assists in employee recognition programs, team development, training and other events.
    • Handles employment-related inquiries from applicants, employees, and supervisors, referring complex and/or sensitive matters to the appropriate staff.

    Minimum Qualifications

    • High School Diploma
    • 5 years of human resource experience

    • Any combination of related education, experience, certifications, and licenses that will result in candidate successfully performing the essential functions of the job.

    URL to apply to this position:

  • May 22, 2022 8:42 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Company Name:  Hydro Aluminum Metals USA, LLC

    Job Description 

    Do you want to shape a sustainable future?

    We are Hydro, a global family of 30,000 people, present in a broad range of market segments for aluminum and metal recycling, and energy and renewables, offering a unique wealth of knowledge and competence.

    We have a proud history and are committed to leading the way in shaping a sustainable future by developing natural resources into innovative products and solutions. In doing so, we truly believe that our people matter the most to make the difference.

    The Human Resources Manager position in Commerce is an exciting opportunity to join our team of talented people!

    Job Duties and/or Responsibilities 
    • Provide business partnership, advisement and coaching to the leadership team and Operations Director.
    • Ensure compliance with laws, regulations, company values, and Hydro global governance documents.
    • Manage local policies and processes in order to ensure that they are fit for purpose.
    • Establish short and long term goals, Key Performance Indicators (KPI's), strategies and action plans in line with management objectives.
    • Coach, train and guide leaders during the Talent Management and Annual Compensation Planning processes. Collect local market data to ensure competitiveness and maintain lead market position.
    • Establish proactive talent recruitment and retention strategies that result in a highly engaged workforce and enables growth opportunities.
    • Organize and lead local organizational development initiatives through Hydro system of performance and potential ratings and succession planning. Support local leaders in performance and development discussions with their team members by sourcing internal and external training and development material as needed.
    • Monitor key organizational metrics collecting data to identify and analyze issues, offering recommendations to optimize organizational performance.
    • Administer systems for payroll, benefits administration, workers compensation, and other deployments and records maintenance for employee base.
    • Consult leaders on employee matters that require in depth knowledge of policies, procedures and local legislation. Conduct investigations and manage employee relations cases.
    • Build relationships in the local community through programs that support Hydro’s social responsibility initiatives.
    Minimum Qualifications
    • BS Degree in HR, Business or related field or equivalent combination of experience and training
    • SPHR or PHR certification is a plus
    • 5+ years progressive experience in Human Resources leadership role, preferably in a manufacturing environment
    • Strong interpersonal skills including the ability to influence and shape decision making, build and leverage cross-functional collaborative teams, and lead and drive organizational change.
    • Good communication, coaching, and counseling skills are essential.
    • Strong belief in and commitment to a diversity strategy and initiatives.
    • High level of energy, motivation and integrity
    URL to apply to this position:

  • May 10, 2022 5:42 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Company Name:  Denton County

    Job Description

    The Recruitment Manager provides professional support in the areas of talent planning and compensation. This position is responsible for preparing recruitment material and graphics, establishing hiring criteria, sourcing potential candidates and reaching out to prospects via email, phone, or face-to-face meetings; as well as researching and analyzing data and making hiring recommendations. Work also involves the collection of compensation data and market analysis. This position responds to critical staffing shortages due to COVID-19 and related market conditions.

    Job Duties and/or Responsibilities 
    • Designs and implements recruiting strategies to source talent for vacant leadership and other hard-to-fill positions utilizing a variety of search methods including, but not limited to, social media, applicant systems, database searches, networking, etc. Assists with phone screens, and interviews and send out follow-up communication to applicants.
    • Works with County Administration on American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) eligible uses related to premium pay, worker retention incentives, restoring pre-pandemic employment, and ancillary administrative costs related to hiring, support, and retention.
    • Works with hiring managers to identify challenges and develop a clear, consistent, and effective hiring process for current and future recruitment needs.
    • Maintains records of open positions and new hire trends and provides graphs by county departments to Commissioner Court monthly.
    • Works with the Director of Community Relations on a recruitment campaign.
    • Serves on the Employee Engagement Committee to improve the overall employee engagement of the County and provides input and ideas on best practices.
    • Joins social media groups and professional networks and interacts with potential candidates.
    • Applies online and offline sourcing techniques, such as utilizing college and high school career readiness programs, networking at career events and searching for potential hires through resume databases, and building talent pipelines for future hiring needs.
    • Confirms all job postings are accurate and advertised on appropriate job boards, media outlets, and specific associations’ websites.
    • Screens non-administrative candidates for appropriate qualifications.
    • Verifies all hiring, promotions, demotions, and lateral transfers to ensure compliance with Denton County hiring policy prior to Commissioners Court approval.
    • Coordinates and attends job fairs and organizes career events.
    • Uses Boolean search to look for qualified candidates for hard-to-fill roles.
    • Collaborates with North Texas Counties and Municipalities to analyze workforce trends and impacts.
    • Provides analytical and technical support related to the design, implementation, and ongoing delivery of compensation.
    • Assists in the design of salary surveys; analyzes results and researches any discrepancies.
    • Ensures the correct physicals are in place for all positions.
    • Participates in conducting annual job audits.

    Minimum Qualifications

    • Bachelor’s degree and a minimum four years of experience in a related field; or an equivalent combination of education and related experience required.
    • PHR certification preferred.
    • Possession of a valid driver’s license. Must be able to obtain a State of Texas driver’s license within 90 days.

    URL to apply to this position. 


    Salary: $64,093.00 - $74,348.00 Annually

  • April 17, 2022 8:05 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    COMPANY NAME:    Denton County Transportation Authority
    JOB TITLE: Senior Manager of Human Resources
    DEPARTMENT: Human Resources
    LOCATION: Lewisville, Texas
    SALARY GRADE: DOQ ($80,508.00 - $100,635.00 annually)
    STAFF: Human Resources & Training Specialist

    The incumbent provides leadership, support, and guidance and is responsible for performing professional assignments and tasks in the execution of DCTA’s payroll process, benefits programs, human resources, employee relations, employee engagement, and hiring process.

    Job Duties and/or Responsibilities


    • Responsible for compliance with DCTA policy, legal and federal requirements and timely reporting as they pertain to payroll and benefits issues
    • Accountable for proper maintenance and auditing of personnel files to ensure legal compliance
    • Takes ownership over the human resources functions with regard to annual external audit
    • Responsible for the HRIS system and payroll process including new hire set-up, terminations, and data maintenance
    • In charge of all aspects of payroll, including preparing, verifying, reconciling, and processing semi-monthly payroll for DCTA as well as reviewing bi-weekly payroll for third-party contractor and preparation of any supplemental payments (i.e. child support, voluntary deductions)
    • Responsible for compliance and accuracy of quarterly and annual payroll tax packages for DCTA; audits third-party contractor tax packages, where applicable.
    • Prepares and manages the Human Resources Department budget as well as preparing the compensation and benefit financial projections of employees for budgetary staffing purposes
    • Holds a permanent position on the DCTA Wellness Committee to ensure compliance with HR laws, and ensure the wellness budget is maintained
    • Coordinates with Accounting and ensures that all payroll transactions are appropriately recorded, with regard to both DCTA and applicable third-party contractor’s payroll
    • Responsible for ensuring that both fiscal and calendar year end procedures are completed in an accurate, compliant, and timely manner, including reconciling and distributing W-2s
    • Oversees all aspects of paycheck production including the input of time, calculation of pay, pay adjustments, and final review of the checks for accuracy
    • Monitors and maintains all employee earnings records, wage statements, and taxes paid
    • Reconciles and reports earnings, taxes, and pensions to federal and state agencies
    • Takes ownership of full-cycle benefit programs, including selection, budgeting, contract management, plan setup, implementation, communication to staff and Board of Directors as needed, enrollment, and is responsible for resolving any and all issues that arise
    • Updates and revises DCTA Benefits Program guide annually and conducts various benefit program information and enrollment sessions for employees
    • Acts as a backup to the Human Resource & Training Specialist to assist employees and dependents in the completion of various benefit forms and facilitates contact with benefits representatives
    • Supports, guides, and executes the full-cycle recruiting process including recruiting, interviewing and processing of applicants to ensure compliance with DCTA policy and other governmental requirements
    • Oversees all new hire processes, including pre-employment screenings, onboarding, and the communication or scheduling of any needed training across the agency
    • Accountable for updating and maintaining DCTA Employee Handbook consistently, and in charge of directing and executing training to ensure compliance with all policies and procedures
    • Manages, communicates, and administers needs for any and all FMLA/administrative/short-term disability/long-term disability leave, and maintains compliance for legal and federal requirements; while upholding strict confidentiality in all matters
    • Responsible for handling any employee relations matters, and with the ability to remain confidential
    • Acts as a liaison to management on performance management objectives, working with supervisors to implement necessary disciplinary actions and/or terminations to ensure compliance with policies and legal guidelines
    • Responsible for any internal personnel conflict resolution as necessary, including but not limited to investigations, disciplinary actions, EEOC complaints, and terminations. Serves as the EEO Officer for the agency.
    • Provides guidance to senior management in regard to staffing needs, reclassifications/promotions, and performance management processes
    • Acts as second-tier response for employee and vendor inquiries and concerns
    • Reviews third-party contract Human Resources programs and deliverables, where necessary, to ensure compliance.
    • Oversees employee outreach initiatives, employee engagement programs, and employee relations/teambuilding activities
    • Manages the development, selection, and execution of training & development materials for staff, facilitating with external vendors as required
    • Responsible for working with applicable vendors to complete a full-cycle compensation study every three years
    • Performs other duties or projects of similar nature and level as assigned

    Minimum Qualifications


    • Knowledge of:Working knowledge of Human Resources practices
    • Microsoft Office suite including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook
    • Advanced knowledge of payroll laws, rules, and processes including Affordable Care Act, medical insurance, fringe benefits, payroll administration, and applicable year-end reporting requirements
    • Advanced knowledge of IRS tax rules and procedures as it pertains to payroll
    • Kronos Payroll System (“UKG Ready”) experience preferred

    Ability to:
    • Establish cooperative working relationships and communicate effectively and sensitively with all levels of staff, both verbally and in writing
    • Work independently to perform a variety of functions and manage multiple projects at one time while working in a dynamic environment with changing priorities to meet established deadlines
    • Make presentations, develop and present training material and teach concepts
    • Preserve confidentiality of sensitive material routinely encountered as part of work assignments
    • Analyze situations carefully, recommend solutions, adopt effective courses of action
    • Compile and maintain complex and extensive records and prepare reports
    • Remain up-to-date to ensure agency’s compliance in all Human Resources, Benefits, and Payroll functions

    The ideal candidate will:
    • Possess a positive attitude, and practices good judgement, while open to receiving/providing feedback
    • Hold the ability to get along with others, individually and in a large group. Has the desire to care for the organization’s well-being and for the co-workers he/she interacts with. Interested in partaking in group development and team building activities
    • Be open to collaborate and work in a team-oriented and helping environment
    • Possess an influential and welcoming communication style
    • Foster a culture that values critical thinking and problem solving; and encourages constructive feedback, engagement, inclusion, and diversity at all levels

    EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE (Any equivalent combination of education and experience)

    • Bachelor’s Degree in business administration, human resource management, or related field from an accredited college or university preferred. Five (5) years of experience in human resources, payroll and employee benefits programs, contract management, and claims resolution
    • SHRM-CP/SCP (PHR / SPHR) certification preferred

    Special Requirements: Hold a current valid Texas Driver's Licenses or have the ability to obtain one upon entry into the position.


    Physical activities include, but are not limited to: on a continuous basis, sitting at a desk for long periods of time; researching information both in written form and on the computer; using a computer and monitor for long periods of time; intermittently twisting and reaching office equipment; writing or using keyboard to communicate through written means; lifting light weight; reaching above the waist, and reaching below the waist; repetitive motion and fingering when using computer keyboard; and talking and hearing when dealing with internal and external customers. The essential functions of this position require the daily use of a computer and telephone. The essential functions of this position are performed in an office environment.

    Additional perks and benefits that accompany full-time employment with DCTA:
    • Telecommuting options available, if suitable for your position.
    • Flexible office hours are permitted, given a regular 8-hour workday that brackets the agency’s core hours from 9:00am – 4:00pm (i.e. 7:30 am to 4:30pm, or 9:00am to 6:00pm). These flex hours are coordinated with your supervisor.
    • One 8-hour paid day off for your birthday.
    • Employee portions of Medical and Dental benefits are 100% paid by the employer.
    • If you have utilized a Proportionate Retirement Program in the past, the service time transfers to DCTA’s retirement system, TCDRS. The following systems apply: Texas Municipal Retirement System (TMRS), Employees Retirement System (ERS), Judicial Retirement System of Texas (JRS), Teacher Retirement System of Texas (TRS), City of Austin Employees Retirement System (COAERS)
    • Expanding time-off accruals: 12 days of vacation time accrued for the first year, increasing by one day each year, with a max of 17 days annually. Additionally, employees earn 12 days of sick time each year, 1 personal day, 2 floating holidays, 1 birthday, 8 fixed holidays, and the ability to earn two additional days off through the Wellness Program.
    • Regional transit passes (bus and rail) for you and your immediate family.
    • DCTA strives to continually improve our Servant Leadership culture. We pride ourselves in having an open, caring, and communicative community of employees, with the drive to help build each other up.
    • Flexible dress code: business casual, allowing jeans every day (unless otherwise specified for external/special meetings, events, etc.).
    • Extensive Wellness Program, including several opportunities to volunteer with the agency, sporadic lunch and learn events, chair massages, the potential to earn two extra days off each year, and continual efforts to improve wellness throughout the agency.

    URL to apply to this position:   https://www.dcta.net/about-dcta/careers

  • April 17, 2022 7:43 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Company:  Group O

    Job Description

    Group O is in search of a Director of Talent Acquisition to join its team. This role will design, build, and improve upon recruiting strategies and onboarding processes and programs, and partner closely with our leadership and hiring managers across the organization, to source, attract and hire top talent and ensure exceptional candidate and new employee experience. 

    In this position you will be responsible for the development and execution of sourcing and marketing strategies for multiple markets, including profiling target candidates and identifying appropriate sourcing and marketing tools to build a pipeline and effectively and efficiently attract non-exempt and exempt candidates.

    The Director of Talent Acquisition manages a team of Recruiters with varying levels of experience. The individual that assumes this role should have strong business acumen and will place an emphasis on supporting leadership across a complex, matrixed enterprise. As our Director of Talent Acquisition, you will be a critical member of our HR team and will serve an important, high-profile role in leading our talent acquisition and onboarding efforts. This is a full-time position reporting directly to the VP of Human Resources.

    Job Duties and/or Responsibilities

    • Partners with leadership to effectively forecast future requirements with the ability to incorporate attrition, promotions and expansion into any models developed.
    • Build a data-driven recruiting organization and process, including analytics, and dashboards, using an existing ATS, and a culture of continuous improvement to shape our operational roadmap and priorities.
    • Finds and develops creative ways to seek underserved populations to generate interest by promoting the Group O brand within those populations.
    • Proactive approach to developing a robust and diverse talent pipeline for the future.
    • Develop goals, objectives, and systems within the recruiting, talent retention, and training functions through the use of data and analytics.
    • Provide training and education to hiring managers and partners on the recruiting process, interviewing techniques, effective networking strategies, etc.
    • Evaluate and refine recruiting processes and tools to ensure standardized recruiting processes and documentation are in compliance with legal requirements and guidelines as well as providing maximum efficiency and optimal candidate experience.
    • Develops OFCCP, affirmative action, and EEO compliance strategies; maintains other records, reports, and logs to conform to these and other associated regulations.
    • Identify, negotiate and maintain vendor relationships to obtain the most competitive pricing and service from contingent search firms and other third-party vendors.
    • Participate in developing and managing departmental goals, initiatives, and budgets.
    • Participate in external and internal audits.
    • Participate in the business development process as needed. This may include contributing to RFP/RFQ/RFI responses and participating in client meetings.

    Minimum Qualifications


    • Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent combination of education and experience

    • 8 to 10 years’ experience in full lifecycle recruiting
    • Minimum 3 years supervisory experience
    • Demonstrated ability to develop a successful recruiting team in a high volume, multi-state, - multi-location and fast paced environment
    • Experience with iCIMS preferred
    • Proficient skills with Microsoft Office required

    • Professional in Human Resources (PHR) certification or SHRM-CP certification
    • Employee development and performance management
    • Exceptional verbal and written communication skills
    • Excellent organization and time management skills
    • Budgeting
    • Demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects/initiative simultaneously
    • General knowledge of employment laws and practices.
    • Must be able to work on sensitive issues with discretion and a high level of commitment to confidentiality

    To Apply Click Here:  


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