Website Development, Management, and Success - O'Toole Marketing

***Posted 03-17-2020

Job Title:
Director, Employee Relations, Texas Woman's University
(Salary Competitive)
(Résumé and Cover Letter Required) – IRC32167

Position Overview:
Provides a full range of employee relations services to the University, including consultation and support to management and employees related to performance management, attendance, conflict management, workplace guidelines and employee issues.  Analyzes and interprets University policies and procedures, reviews applicable employment and labor laws, and provides objective problem-solving and decision-making assistance. Coordinates and conducts investigations involving allegations of harassment, discrimination, or misconduct, including Title VII, Title IX and ADA. The Director provides leadership that includes strong partnership with other areas of the university.

Minimum Qualifications

Bachelor's degree in Business Administration or a related field preferred.  Title IX related training or certification through a nationally recognized organization and PHR, SPHR or SHRM-CP certification preferred.

Experience: Seven years of progressively responsible experience in employee relations with demonstrated experience in investigations and HR programs.  A minimum of two of the seven years must be in higher education.

Knowledge Skills and Abilities Required

ESSENTIAL DUTIES - May include, but not limited to the following:

*   Monitors compliance with all federal and state anti-discrimination laws.
  *   Consults with managers to develop workplace and job expectations and address performance issues of employees; provides counsel related to documenting and training; assists with preparing and reviewing formal corrective actions documents, including performance improvement plans; provides strategies for resolving complex and critical employment matters.
  *   Coordinates and conducts timely investigations of alleged violations. Evaluates, prepares and presents documentation regarding recommendations for corrective action/progressive discipline.
  *   Develops and reviews professionally written, comprehensive, unbiased written reports that include a summary of facts and findings.
  *   Provides guidance on Human Resources policies and practices including, but not limited to, performance management and disciplinary actions. Analyzes and recommends solutions to employee performance issues.
  *   Oversight of unemployment claims.
  *   Assists with the coordination of the exit interview program; meets with employees, compiles feedback and maintains program metrics reports.
  *   Maintains applicable website information for accuracy and completeness of information and links.
  *   Develops and conducts University training sessions for areas of responsibility.
    *   Tests and confirms newly installed Oracle patches for impact on functionality in system.

SHRM.SCP.PHR and SHRM.SCP.CCP – preferred

For Full Description and To Submit Application:

Resume and Cover Letter

***Posted 03-12-2020

Job Title:
Organizational Development Consultant

Position Overview:
This position reports directly to the Director of Organizational Development and Engagement (ODE) and is responsible for providing responsive, strategic, transparent human resources consulting services to management in the areas of organizational development, change management, employee engagement, training and development strategies, and efforts related to improving the work environment and developing high-performing teams. This position will have an emphasis for providing coordination, management, and execution of employee engagement initiative within the UNT System.

Minimum Qualifications:
Bachelor’s Degree in related field and six years of human resources experience; or any equivalent combination of education, experience, and training and experience.

Preferred Qulaifications:
Master Degree in business, organization development, training and development, HR, industrial/organizational psychology or related field
Certified Professional in Learning & Performance (ATD) Experience in Higher Education

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Required:
The following knowledge, skills, and abilities are required: Knowledge of the principles and practices of human resources management; of human resources programs such as employment, compensation, classification, employee relations, benefits, workers’ compensation, or organizational development; and of federal, state, and local laws and regulations governing personnel activities.

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***Posted 03-06-2020

Job Title: Clery Act Compliance Officer
Agency: Texas A&M International University
Department: University Police Department
Proposed Minimum Salary:  $3,555.50 monthly
Job Location: Laredo, Texas
Job Type:
Job Description
Reporting to the Chief of Police and Director of Public Safety, the Clery Act Compliance Coordinator  works  collaboratively  with  various  offices  at  the  University  to  ensure  the  institution’s compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act and associated regulations

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***2 Postings 02-21-2020

1) Assistant Director/Associate Director of Business Operations - University of Texas at San Antonio

This is an Administrative & Professional (A&P), benefits eligible, position.
Salaried position, requiring a Bachelor’s Degree, required from an accredited institution, preferred Accounting, Finance, Business Administration or a related field.

MS Office Experience Required:
Word, Excel, Outlook

Other Computer and Software Skills Required:
Use of personal computer and other standard office equipment.

Experience and Other Skills Required:
Assistant Director - Five years of increasingly responsible professional experience in financial and business management in a complex office environment to include two years of experience working in an environment with multiple funding sources.

Associate Director - Eight years of increasingly responsible professional experience in financial and business management in a complex office environment to include two years of experience working in an environment with multiple funding sources.

Four years of experience in a supervisory capacity.

Two years of experience with contract management, human resources and administrative operations.

Excellent written and verbal communication, organizational and analytical skills.

Independent decision making and problem solving ability. Tact, diplomacy and discretion required at all times.

Proven ability to work effectively and cooperatively in a complex organizational environment, both as a team member and team leader.

Strong customer service skills.

Other Skills Required:
Thorough knowledge of University administrative structure, policies and procedures.

Experience with PeopleSoft and Hyperion.

The Office of Operations & Advancement Services seeks an analytical, solution-oriented individual with excellent organizational and communication skills to serve as the Assistant Director/Associate Director of Business Operations. For more information, and to apply online, please go to:

2) Assistant Director, Talent Acquisition - University of Texas at San Antonio

This is an Administrative & Professional (A&P), benefits eligible, position.

Travel will be required.

Salaried position.

Bachelor’s Degree require. Master’s Degree preferred.

Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources or Organizational Development or directly related field from an accredited institution.

Computer and Software Skills required:
Experience with Microsoft Office.

Experience with an Applicant Tracking System.

Experience and Other Skills Required:
Eight (8) years of experience in full cycle recruitment, to include a minimum of three years in a leadership role.

Demonstrated knowledge to all federal, state and local regulations governing the employment process.

Demonstrated experience in designing and implementing an overall recruitment strategy for an organization.

Proven people leadership and capability in building and leading high-performing teams.

Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills.

Ability to drive strategy, work with data and analytics, and demonstrated capability in effective and creative recruiting and sourcing strategies.

Must have the ability to provide outstanding coaching services and to effectively manage change.

Other Skills Preferred:
SHRM-CP or HRCI-PHR certification.

Experience in higher education setting.

Experience with faculty recruitment.

Experience identifying and developing recruiting and hiring strategies for under-represented groups.

Familiarity and experience with EEO and diversity recruiting initiatives.

Demonstrated experience with HR agile values and agile principles.

Proven work experience in a Talent Acquisition/Recruiting Manager role.

UTSA is seeking an established human resources and talent acquisition leader with innovative experience developing wide-ranging talent acquisition programs. The successful candidate will embrace and advance the university’s HR mission, while promoting diversity, inclusiveness, collaboration, innovation, and respect.

• Function: Leads the Talent Acquisition team to develop, implement and maximize recruiting skills while ensuring timely and accurate expected levels of customer service to client groups.

• Scope: Ensures recruiting strategy, methodology, and processes are aligned with business needs, talent strategy and desired employee capabilities/skills.

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