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  • 29 Jun 2020 10:18 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Place of business:
    Penske Logistics

    Position description:
    The Human Resources Representative is an integral member of the Human Resources Team, reporting directly to the Area Human Resources Manager, and actively collaborates with our managers, supervisors and associates. This field-based position supports a business unit of 500 associates in Keller, TX. This position is responsible for proactively developing relationships and executing on all aspects of the human resources function with emphasis in the areas of talent acquisition, training and development, diversity, inclusion and engagement, associate and labor relations, and compliance. The Human Resources Representative will generate innovative solutions that drive processes and programs that help to ensure associates are equipped to achieve exceptional results, while at the same time realizing their professional goals and objectives.

    Job duties:
    MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:

    Associate and Labor Relations:

    • Make contributions that reinforce a workplace that mirrors our Employee Value Proposition
    • Ensure a positive Associate Experience, including Onboarding and New Hire Orientation
    • Participate in investigations, prepare summaries and make recommendations as directed by the HR Manager
    • Prepare and contribute key HR data to ensure successful outcomes within collective bargaining agreements
    • Collaborate with Business Agents, HR Manager and local management to resolve grievances and other local matters

    Training and Development:

    • Support in the preparation and execution of the talent review and succession planning process
    • Work with HR Manager to create and ensure successful completion of individual development plans
    • Train managers with the tools and training to optimize their performance
    • Schedule training events, identify participants and venues, prepare materials and facilitate as needed

    Diversity, Inclusion, and Engagement:

    • Champion and promote diversity in all aspects of human resource practices
    • Work with managers to create and maintain a diverse and inclusive workplace
    • Influence leaders in the execution and sustainability of associate engagement action plans

    Talent Acquisition:

    • Work with the Recruiting and Area teams to create an Area Staffing Plan based on business growth, workforce planning, analytics, and diversity objectives
    • Collaborate with the recruiting team to acquire top talent through improved selection tools and criteria, and local outreach efforts
    • Reinforce promotion process, ensuring a positive experience for the internal associate

    Compliance:

    • Ensure compliance with all federal, state, and local employment laws and regulations (e.g., FMLA, ADA, FCRA, EEO, and FLSA)
    • Communicate, interpret and consistently apply company policies and procedures
    • Ensure compliance with all Human Resource processes
    • Conduct regular compliance reviews at location level (Wage and Hour, etc.)
    • Partner with HR Manager and Safety team to ensure safe workplace

    Minimum qualifications:
    Bachelor’s degree required

    • SHRM or HRCI Certification(s) preferred (i.e. PHR)
    • 2+ years of Human Resources experience
    • Creative, independent self-starter who excels in a fast paced environment
    • Agile and quick learner, enjoys collaborative projects and continuous education
    • Ability to understand the business operations
    • Must be a confident communicator, (including written, and verbal skills)
    • Ability to effectively manage projects to timely completion
    • Some knowledge of employment law and regulatory compliance issues helpful (deeper knowledge may be required for certain states, such as CA, MA, etc.)
    • Must possess a high level of honesty, integrity, and ethics
    • Ability to travel as necessary (approximately 50%), work the required schedule, work at the specific location required
    • Must complete Penske employment application, submit to a background investigation (to include past employment, education, and criminal history) and drug screening
    • Regular, predictable, full attendance is an essential function of the job
    • Willingness to travel as necessary, work the required schedule, work at the specific location required, complete Penske employment application, submit to a background investigation (to include past employment, education, and criminal history) and drug screening are required.


    Physical Requirements: 
    The physical and mental demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an associate to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    The associate will be required to:

    • read; communicate verbally and/or in written form; remember and analyze certain information; and remember and understand certain instructions or guidelines.
    • While performing the duties of this job, the associate may be required to stand, walk, and sit. 
    • The associate is frequently required to use hands to touch, handle, and feel, and to reach with hands and arms. 
    • The associate must be able to occasionally lift and/or move up to 25lbs/12kg.
    • Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and the ability to adjust focus.
    Penske is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

    Please email Ellen Alphin - ellen.alphin@penske.com to apply.

  • 22 Jun 2020 2:14 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Place of Business:
    Landmark

    Landmark is an established leader in the water infrastructure market helping ensure reliable water supplies to communities throughout North America. With over 40 years of experience and principal offices in Dallas/Fort Worth Texas, Toronto, Ontario and Chicago, Illinois, we specialize in the design, engineering and construction of elevated water tanks. Landmark continues its success and growth by leveraging our core competencies of innovative design, engineering and construction excellence, project planning and execution, safety, quality, and client services. We believe in setting the highest standards possible and take pride in our key deliverables of Precision, Performance and Value. Our integrity as an organization defines our culture and we believe our people are the key to our success.

    The Director of Human Resources is a member of the Senior Leadership Team responsible for total oversight of Landmark's US and Canadian Human Resources function in support of the organizations vision and strategies.

    Position Description

    Essential Functions

    • Continuously drive the Human Resources function to provide an employee-oriented, high performance culture that emphasizes safety, empowerment, quality, productivity, goal attainment, and the recruitment and ongoing development of a superior workforce.
    • Establish and lead staffing practices and procedures necessary to recruit and retain a high performing and effective workforce.  Drive the recruiting process to ensure positions are filled timely and effectively. 
    • Ensure compliance with all laws and make sure all reporting is completed accurately and in a timely manner (EEO-1, AAP, 5500s, etc.)
    • Manage the HR budget and approve all related expenses.
    • Develop the Human Resources group's Business Plan, goals and metrics and provide appropriate monthly or quarterly reporting.
    • Counsel employees, managers and senior leadership on employee-related actions.
    • Manage investigation process and resolution of employee relation issues, anticipate problems whenever possible and develop and recommend appropriate steps for resolution.
    • Act as internal consultant and coach to managers and employees to help drive business objectives and foster company's culture
    • Direct and manage activities associated with partially self-funded group health program, including program evaluation, contract negotiation and administration of third-party administrator (TPA) contract, stop loss insurance, and prescription benefit manager (PBM); projects costs for employee and employer contributions; projects revenues and expenses
    • Management of all employment related litigation matters.
    • Serve as member of the Leadership Team involved in company-wide strategic planning, initiatives and performance.
    • Continuously drive the strategic direction of the human resources department.
    • Develop, implement and administer programs and policies for all human resources areas, including employment, employee relations, payroll, compensation, training and development, organizational development, performance management and benefits administration
    • Ensure consistent enforcement throughout company by holding managers accountable for enforcing these policies
    • Work closely with the Leadership Team to ensure HR practices and policies support organization's business objectives
    • Active participation in the implementation of safety policies and procedures and in all phases of safety awareness education and training programs
    • Support safe workplace conditions, participate in the investigation of all workplace accidents and injuries and manage workers compensation carrier to administer appropriate benefits to injured employees.
    • Lead any EEOC related charges and/or inquiries.
    • Manage corporate charity programs and employee activities committees, develop or review and edit company communications.
    • Maintain compliance with all applicable laws and regulations.

    Requirements/Qualifications

    To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    Requirements

    • Bachelor's degree in Human Resources or related field of study and PHR or SPHR certification Preferred.
    • Minimum of 10 years of applicable human resources management experience.
    • Experience performing similar duties in a construction organization preferred.
    • Excellent communication, organization, presentation, facilitation and conflict resolution skills are essential.
    • Strong computer skills including Excel spreadsheet, presentation communication software (PowerPoint and VISIO).

    Resume Submission

    Please submit your resume to careers@teamlandmark.com

    Landmark is an EEO employer.

  • 22 Jun 2020 8:25 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Place of business: Goodwill Industries of Fort Worth

    Position description:

    To provide accurate and timely administrative support and assistance in employment activities such as recruiting, pre-processing, onboarding, and providing backup to other HR functions. To contribute positively to the Goodwill mission of changing lives by providing job opportunities and resources to all, including the disabled and disadvantaged.

    Job duties:

    • Provide administrative support across multiple Human Resource functions while displaying excellent judgement and teamwork in keeping with the Goodwill mission of improving lives through the power of work. 
    • Such functions include but are not limited to: Having responsibility for posting new recruitments and managing related systems, accounts, job descriptions, hiring events, and recruiting technology. 
    • Additional responsibilities are: Performing all pre employment background checks and screenings in compliance with Company policy as well as Federal and State regulations. 
    • This includes: Conducting, evaluating and communicating results of checks such as educational, drug, criminal, motor vehicle, OIG checks, and physicals. 
    • The ability to understand complex policies and regulations as they relate to the position and demonstrate consistent compliance in a fast paced, deadline driven work environment is required. 
    • This position will complete other duties as assigned, including: cross training as backup to other HR functions, driving a van to transport candidates as needed, facilitating new hire orientation, and backup for reception desk coverage. 
    • Additional administrative responsibility will be assigned based on business needs.

    Minimum qualifications:

    • Minimum of 2 years of full-time administrative experience, preferably within a Human Resource capacity. 
    • High School diploma or GED with some college course work strongly preferred. 
    • Working knowledge of web based recruiting systems (Ultimate Software) is preferred and proficiency in Microsoft Office applications is required. 
    • Successful candidates will demonstrate excellent organization, attention to detail, proof reading skills, and the ability to work independently and take initiative in resolving issues pertaining to job responsibilities. 
    • Must be capable of maintaining confidentiality and working positively with individuals with multiple barriers to employment, and people with disabilities.
    • Physical Requirements & Working Conditions: Fast paced and deadline driven office environment.
    • Must be able to provide own transportation for travel to off-site locations and clear driving record to operate Company van. 
    • This position requires the incumbent to have communication capabilities, via cell phone and/or Smartphone technology. 
    • Legal Requirements: Valid documentation to satisfy the I-9, valid Driver’s License, pass background and drug screen.
    Goodwill Industries of Fort Worth proudly provides Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) to all persons regardless of age, color, national origin, citizenship status, physical or mental disability, race, religion, creed, gender, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, genetic information, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law. In addition, reasonable accommodations are provided for qualified individuals with disabilities.

    Click here to apply.

    


  






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