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Fernandina Beach, FL – Human Resources Director

Ideally situated on Amelia Island, approximately 36 miles from downtown Jacksonville, Fernandina Beach is the northernmost city on Florida’s Atlantic coast. It covers 15.7 square miles and is the county seat of Nassau County. The City offers great connectivity and easy access to the Fernandina Beach Municipal Airport, just three miles from the City’s historic downtown district, and Jacksonville International Airport, located 26 miles from Fernandina Beach. The City’s 12,103 residents enjoy its beautiful natural backdrop and its charming, small-town feel.

The City of Fernandina Beach seeks an innovative and visionary servant leader to serve as its new Human Resources Director. The ideal candidate is an individual of high integrity who will foster interdepartmental cooperation and collaboration and build trust with employees.

The selected candidate must hold a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in human resources, business management, public administration, or a related field and have 10 years of progressively responsible experience in the human resources field, preferably in the public sector, including a minimum of 5 years in supervisory positions. A master’s degree in human resources or a related field is preferred. Professional in Human Resources (PHR) or Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) credentials are preferred.

View complete position profile and apply online at:

For more information on this position contact:

Doug Thomas, Senior Vice President

Strategic Government Resources

(863) 860-9314

Posted 01/02/2020

Denton County

Training & Development Manager - Human Resources 


$62,225 - $72,181 Annual






The Training and Development Manager designs, develops, customizes, schedules and presents both on-site and e-learning training to Denton County employees. Training sessions are determined by department needs and requests. Topics include leadership development, performance evaluations, new hire orientation, policy adherence, legal issues, supervision, and employee development.


Teaches existing training modules to employees; assesses and tests employees on their gained knowledge.
Conducts weekly new employee orientation, Defensive Driving and other safety training courses, as needed.
Develops new on-site and e-learning training as needed or requested, including creating the materials for new training classes or courses.
Researches changing laws and trends and modifies or revises existing training programs as necessary, based on need for new material or change in policy.
Selects and purchases training resources, including all materials, videos, and speakers.
Prepares training budget and evaluates cost and performance.
Directs leadership program for county supervisors.
Conducts needs-assessments to determine the type and amount of training needed to ensure continued development of employee's skills and competency.
Schedules, announces, and conducts registration for training classes.
Administers the tuition reimbursement program for employees. Verifies accurate completion of reimbursement request forms and assists employees with questions regarding the policy. 
Manages and maintains instructional equipment, training materials and the HR training library including adding resources and checking out material to employees.
Offers employees and supervisors counseling and resolution strategies on workplace issues, assists with Re-classifications, and other HR projects and events.
Regular and punctual attendance is required.

Performs other related duties as required.


Bachelor's degree in related field and a minimum three years of experience in a related field; or an equivalent combination of education and related experience required.
Certification in the following preferred: Teaching and Adult Education, National Safety Council Defensive Driving Course Instructor, 7 Habits of Highly Effective People Facilitator, and Myers Briggs MBTI.
Possession of a valid driver's license required.   Must be able to obtain a State of Texas driver's license within 90 days.


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Posted 12/19/19

City of Denton, Texas

HRIS System Administrator


Responsible for the administration of the Human Resource Information System(s).

Essential Functions:

  • Performs system administration for the Human Resource Information System (HRIS), which includes: updating tables, troubleshooting problems and documenting the issues and resolution, assisting with HRIS conversion and upgrades, producing reports, setting up security for HRIS, and acting as the liaison between Human Resources and Technology Services for HRIS.
  • Acts as lead in the implementation of new software products, software updates, or processes for all modules within the HRIS.
  • Assists with setup and maintenance of electronic filing systems (e.g. Laserfiche) to accurately store and retrieve employee records; works with Technology Services or the vendor to troubleshoot as needed.
  • Designs user-friendly processes, guidelines, and documentation.
  • Trains system users on functionalities and new features of the HRIS.
  • Regularly conducts system audits to ensure data integrity.
  • Works with Technology Services and the HRIS vendor to ensure all HR-related systems are compliant with data protection laws, as applicable.
  • Develops and maintains (or works with Technology Services to monitor) applicable service agreements related to HRIS and coordinates the resolution of vendor problems.
  • Works closely with customers and other HR staff members to understand business needs and operational challenges to develop and implement SharePoint based solutions to improve communication, workflows, and accountability.
  • Participates in the development of information technology strategy and technology deployment for HRIS.
  • Makes recommendations of HR policies and procedures as it relates to areas of the HRIS.
  • Researches and produces statistical reports on various HR metrics.
  • Acts as technical resource; determines and translates business data into reporting needs within a variety of applications such as Microsoft Access, Excel, or SQL.
  • Conducts research and special studies as needed; analyzes findings and makes recommendations for action.
  • Works with Human Resources Director to evaluate ROI and develop strategic plans for various HR program
  • Stays abreast of workplace trends and developments, especially in HRIS providers, vendors, and technology, and makes recommendations to respond to these trends as appropriate.
  • May participate on or lead HR related committees, focus groups, or task forces as needed.

Minimum Qualifications / Acceptable Equivalency:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Business Administration, Computer Science, Information Systems or related field with emphasis on computer information systems;
  • Four years professional human resources experience with HRIS systems including compensation, performance management, payroll, and employee general information.
  • Advanced proficiency in Microsoft products including Word and Excel.


  • High school diploma, or GED, and eight years professional human resources experience with HRIS systems including, but not limited to, compensation, performance management, payroll, and general employee information.
  • Advanced proficiency in Microsoft products including Word and Excel.


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


Conditions of Employment:

  • Must have a valid Class “C” Driver’s License prior to employment
  • Must pass a drug test, driver’s license check, and criminal history background check


  • Bilingual in Spanish and English
  • Exceptional skills in Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, or other equivalent software packages
  • Experience in JD Edwards application system and familiarity with third party reporting
  • Experience in Oracle HCM as a system administrator over recruiting, performance management, and learning management.
  • Experience working within a municipality.


For a full job description and to apply online visit

Equal Opportunity Employer

Health Services of North Texas, Inc.

AP/AR Clerk 

Passion. Commitment. Purpose. Community.

Find your calling at Health Services of North Texas.

Our mission: Improving the quality of life for all North Texans through medical care, support services and advocacy. Our vision: A healthy community.

HSNT is seeking a full-time Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable Clerk (A/P and A/R Clerk) that is passionate about helping others by providing accounting support in a community health setting to patients and families that may have very limited options for their medical needs.

Our Accounting team loves HSNT because we are truly able to make a difference in the lives of the patients that we serve. Individuals that are successful in this role tend to be customer-focused, detail oriented, organized, and can manage multiple priorities with competing demands.

In joining HSNT as an A/P and A/R Clerk, you’ll be stepping into a strong, established team that is passionate about their work and focused on learning and developing their skills.

A day in the life of our A/P and A/R Clerk may look like this:

  • Accounts Receivable: Prepare, Code and Enter a high volume of receipts and deposits.

  • Accounts Payable: Compile, Prepare, Code, Enter, Research and Track all invoices and resolve any discrepancies. Issue checks for AP, track checks through signatures, prepare mailing backup and mail checks. High volume.

  • Procurement: Supply ordering for headquarters office. As directed, coordinate bidding process for purchases.

  • Maintain all files for the Accounting Department. Including but not limited to: Scanning, filing, research and updates.

  • Maintain strict confidentiality of client and employee information.

  • Perform clerical and accounting functions, as directed.

We ask that our A/P and A/R Clerk has the following:

  • Education: High school diploma or equivalent.

  • Proven ability to organize and prioritize work and manage multiple priorities.

  • Excellent attention to detail and follow through.

  • Ability to retain data.

  • Ability to research and analyze data.

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

  • Proficient use of Microsoft Office application and internet resources.

  • Ability to relate to individuals from a variety of ethnic and cultural backgrounds, including various sexual orientations.

At HSNT you’ll find an innovative, pioneering approach to tackling community health issues—we find it extremely rewarding and fulfilling and we think you will, too! We invite you to apply online at:

We also invite you to visit our website and see what our patients have to say:

2018 Winner: Best of Denton County

Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) and FTCA Deemed.

A partner agency of United Way


Posted 11/12/19

Human Resources Manager – Ardmore, OK 


The Noble Research Institute's Human Resources department is seeking a Human Resources Manager to provide leadership and oversight for the administration of the human resources function for the Institute. The ideal candidate will be computer and software system savvy, with a passion for detail, accuracy and confidentiality and demonstrates poise, diplomacy and professionalism in their role.

What does our HR department have to offer?  Human Resources at the Institute is a professional, challenging and fun working environment.  We are passionate about people and their desire to grow and develop in the organization.  Each member of the department is valued for their contribution, ideas and individual qualities that make them a unique member of the team.  We are highly engaged and strive to provide strategic thinking and support to the employees and programs of the Institute.

The Noble Research Institute offers a competitive salary and an excellent benefits package. Employment in this full-time position will be at the organization’s main campus in Ardmore, Oklahoma. 

EOE Minorities/Females/Protected Veterans/Disabled


The successful candidate will be responsible for managing multiple HR related functions at the Institute, including benefits and compensation, recruitment and employment, employee training, employee relations, and general administrative oversight for the HR department.  Duties of this position will include but are not limited to:

  • Monitoring the Institute's employee benefit programs and related vendors for appropriate scope and levels of coverage, cost effectiveness and level of service;

  • Fostering an employee culture to maximize the goals of the Institute and maintain a positive level of job satisfaction among employees;

  • Evaluating and developing recruitment and retention strategies as dictated by the current and future needs of the Institute through the development and maintenance of the organizations workforce planning process to include, but not limited to our Affirmative Action Plan. Maintain HR portion of the overall organizational budget;

  • Develop training materials and conduct presentations regarding contemporary issues of concern, as well as regulatory compliance issues, for employees and supervisors;

  • Handle day-to-day office administration issues and address services requests of employees, supervisors, and management. Provide daily direct supervision to HR employees in a manner that fosters employee growth, teamwork, and accountable independence.


Bachelor’s degree with a business emphasis along with 8 years of human resources and supervisory experience are required. Graduate degree in business, human resources or related field is preferred. Additionally, candidates holding PHR/SPHR, SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP, and/or CEBS or CBP certification(s) are encouraged to apply.

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Posted 11/11/19

Field HR Business Partner Coordinator – Fort Worth, Texas


 Summary Description: This position is responsible for overseeing the Human Resources function for one zone, with responsibilities to include direct employee relations and strategic human resources consultation and advice for Zone Operations management. Advises and provides recommendations to management on employee relations issues, performance management and succession planning. Coaches and counsels Family Members as needed and successfully gains the confidence and loyalty of Operations management and Family Members in assigned Zone.


  • Partners with and provides advice and recommendations to Zone Operations Leadership on strategic Human Resource direction and initiative based on Company-wide strategy and/or specific to assigned Zone.

  • Conducts HR Unit Evaluations at restaurants in assigned Zone to identify and address any employment-related issues. Provides coaching and mentorship for Family Members in assigned Zone, Field support system and Operations management personnel.

  • Handles employee related issues and concerns; provides recommendations to Zone management personnel.

  • Conducts HR investigations and prepares written responses to Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), Department of Labor (DOL) and equivalent state and local agencies, unfair treatment, sexual harassment, and discrimination claims. Makes recommendations and options for consideration to Operations, HR Leadership and Legal on remedial measures from investigation and handling of administrative action.

  • Monitors company operations for compliance with EEOC, DOL and other federal, state and local employment related regulations.

  • Conducts HR investigations and maintains responsibility for the timely and accurate handling of unemployment claims, including representing the Company in hearings as appropriate and EEOC claims while keeping Operations abreast of status. Partners with Field Managers/Field Director when necessary.

  • Monitors and provides guidance and recommendations concerning Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) leaves to ensure compliance with the plan and any correlations with Employee Quality Protection Plan (EQPP); reviews eligibility requirements and works with Corporate HR on administration of FMLA.

  • Advises Zone Operations Leadership on controlling trainee and management turnover, as needed. Oversees verification of and approval of employment re-hires.

  • Participates in Zone and/or Area Quarterly Business Review (QBR) and/other Field Support meetings as presenter and advisor to Zone Operations Leadership.

  • Interprets company policies and procedures appropriately and explains company procedures, policies, and benefits effectively to Family Members and applicants.

  • Assumes additional responsibilities as assigned




  • Bachelor’s Degree Preferred

  • 6+ months’ experience preferably in restaurant industry or multi-site environment

  • 2+ years’ supervisory experience in Human Resources

  • 6+ months’ experience preferably in restaurant industry


  • Proficiency in MS Office Word, Excel, Outlook, Power Point and Visio (as applicable)

  • Proficiency in JD Edwards (as applicable)

  • Ability to work in a team environment

  • Working knowledge of Numara (Footprints) to report actions taken, decisions made, and status of pending claims and investigations

  • Working knowledge of EEOC, DOL and other federal, state and local employment related regulations

  • Basic professional or theoretical knowledge and fundamental concepts, practices and procedures of a particular field of specialization in the execution of assigned duties and responsibilities

  • Basic understanding of budgetary concepts and procedures

  • Basic understanding of departmental structure and policies with a basic understanding of the cross- functional structure and policies of Whataburger Restaurants LLC

  • Basic ability to delegate tasks and get work done through others


  • PHR or SHRM – CP Certification


  • Expected to work the necessary time to satisfactorily fulfill job responsibilities

  • Must be able to report to work timely and as required by operational/business needs Must be able to work a full-time schedule and work outside of normal business hours when necessary

  • Must be able to travel occasionally both locally and long distances (including air travel), to worksites, meeting sites, and other locations

Must possess a valid driver’s license, submit to releasing a Motor Vehicle Record that adheres to the Whataburger standards and maintain current automobile liability at minimum levels in their state of residence

Candidates may submit their resumes to:

Posted 11/1/19

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