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Through the Texas SHRM Career Center, top employers can post their HR positions which will be promoted via e-mail and on social media platforms to our database of over 15,000 HR professionals.   

Price Per Posting: 
$250 - Someone from your company must hold an active membership in a local SHRM Affiliate chapter. 
$350 - Not a Member 

Job Posting Price Includes:

  • 30-Day listing
  • Job shared via e-mail to our database twice per month.
  • Job shared on social media platforms weekly for a 4 week period.

Payment Options: Mastercard, Visa, American Express

NOTE: If ads are closed at customer's request before 30 days, fees will not be prorated, and no money will be refunded.

Career Center Submission Form

  • May 30, 2023 11:58 AM | Dena A Culpepper (Administrator)

    Place of Business:
    McLane Company

    Job Location:
    Fort Worth, Texas

    Position Description:
    The Human Resources Manager at McLane is an integral part of the leadership team at the Distribution Center. The HRM provides and manages human resources services, programs, and policies that attract, retain, train, and develop qualified teammates for the successful operation of the division and to meet the organization's future needs. They provide excellent service to McLane teammates, exhibit effective leadership abilities, and uphold the beliefs and values of the company.

    McLane is one of the largest and most stable supply chain services leaders in the United States. We’ve been at the forefront of delivering grocery and foodservice solutions for convenience stores, mass merchants, drug stores, and chain restaurants for over 125 years. Our vision is to be an agile, innovative, and unified supply chain partner that delivers a superior customer experience, improves the lives of our teammates and community, and produces best-in-class returns.

    DAY 1 BENEFITS such as medical, dental, and vision insurance and company-paid life insurance.
    401(k) with annual company match starts on your 90th day.
    Paid holidays, vacation time, educational assistance program, and more!

    Duties and Responsibilities:
    PREFERRED qualifications for this position include: Human Resources-focused Bachelor's degree; PeopleSoft experience; demonstrated knowledge of distribution systems, markets, and competition.

    Ensure compliance with all company and government regulatory standards in all areas of human resource governance.

    Work in partnership with division leadership to determine required people resources, training needs, identification of leadership talent, and succession planning.

    Implement and administer teammate benefits programs and heighten teammate awareness of these programs.

    Assist with the budgeting process for training, safety, benefits, and other initiatives and activities.

    Administer compensation policy and direct day-to-day salary administration and planning.
    This position has additional duties; special projects may be assigned.

    Minimum Qualifications:
    Bachelor's degree.
    7+ years of human resources experience.
    Knowledge of Microsoft Office.

    Candidates may be subject to a background check and drug screen, in accordance with applicable laws.

    All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or status as a protected veteran.

    Click here to apply.

  • May 30, 2023 9:26 AM | Dena A Culpepper (Administrator)

    Place of Business:
    El Paso County

    Job Location:
    El Paso, Texas

    Position Description:
    The Employee Relations & Development Manager is responsible for developing the Employee Relations, Training and Development function, investigating employee relations/policy issues, partnering with assigned County Department managers and leaders to provide advanced professional level human resource management services to include consulting with department leaders, delivering organizational development and training solutions, advising on talent management solutions including performance management, employee grievance administration, succession planning and conflict resolution. This position works under direction with increasing latitude for independent judgment.

    Duties and Responsibilities:
    Provides a broad range of professional employee relations activities including but not limited to employee consulting, training, development, conflict resolution, complaint investigation, policy interpretation and the preparation and delivery of related summary reports and recommendations. Interacts with all levels of leadership regarding legal compliance, discipline, terminations, and negotiated separations. Works with a great deal of independent discretion in decision-making and execution of responsibilities;

    Is recognized as a subject matter expert who applies theory into practice with in-depth understanding of the professional field with limited oversight from managers;

    Performs independently the full range of responsibilities within the function; requires deep job knowledge of area typically obtained through higher education combined with experience;

    Manages and analyzes complex problems/issues with diverse scopes to determine potential solutions;
    As assigned manages large projects or programs that include formulating strategies and administering policies, processes, and resources;

    As assigned serves as lead investigator for various workforce issues including harassment, discrimination, and misconduct;

    Ensures service delivery is aligned with the County’s Guiding Principles including Equity and Fairness, Fiscal Sustainability, Operational Excellence and Leaders in Innovation;

    Works in close partnership with managers to deliver an effective and consistent employee experience in matters relating to performance management, conflict resolution, misconduct, accommodation issues, and separations;

    Develops and/or leverages processes and tools to support delivery of services, identify training opportunities, and identify, create, or recommend process improvements for making Human Resources services, including employee relations;

    Participates as a subject-matter-expert in rewriting and providing insight on HR policy, best practices, and procedure updates;

    Provides assistance and guidance with third-party (federal, state, and local entities) service providers and vendors;

    Ensures policies, procedures and practices are in compliance with applicable Federal, State, and County employment laws and policies including EEO, FMLA, Workers Compensation, ADA, FLSA. Develops and maintains key relationships and alliances with relevant County, City, and State management staff and HR personnel;

    Oversees the delivery of training and informational initiatives connecting employees with organizational goals through traditional and digital methods;

    Creates opportunities for streamlining employee relations, development and training;

    Assists other human resources professionals and managers to provide all employees with clear explanations of guidelines, procedures, and policies and oversee training programs;

    Trains and develops employees through understanding and learning about the culture;

    Monitors changes in employee behavior and devise proactive strategies to improve efficiency and workplace morale;

    Advises and trains managers and supervisors in best employee relations practices and strategies for managing supervisor problems and employee grievances. Possess a thorough understanding of negotiation techniques and dispute resolution;

    As assigned investigates and responds to complaints of discrimination based on Title VII, Civil Rights Act of 1964 and 1991, Americans with Disabilities Act, Age Discrimination in Employment Act, and other Federal and State EEO laws and affirmative action regulations and other Federal, State, and Local laws related to employment with sound and applicable investigative principles, techniques and procedures;

    Evaluates complaints in consultation with legal counsel and collaboratively develops an investigation strategy, if an investigation is warranted;

    Interviews persons involved in equal opportunity complaints to verify case information; Interviews witnesses, suspects, or claimants;

    Reports findings and discusses recommendations with management in an effort to initiate change in the workplace environment that may be perceived as discriminatory in consultation with legal counsel;

    Identifies, monitors, and reports significant trends to mitigate risks and liabilities;

    Investigation reviews and the development of proposed dispositions pursuant of EEOC guidelines;

    Initiates resolution process in consultation with legal counsel including gathering, analyzing, and evaluating documents for purposes of preparing files for investigations, hearings, requests and/or other administrative requirements;

    Monitors the implementation and impact of guidelines for nondiscriminatory employment practices;
    Coordinates, monitors, or revises complaint procedures to ensure timely processing and review of complaints;

    Acts as a management advisor in the area of investigations;

    Advocates for just and fair application of policies and procedures;

    Assists legal counsel in representing department in fact-finding hearings and on-site investigations of charges;

    Provides information, technical assistance, or trainings to supervisors, managers, or employees on topics such as employee supervision, hiring, grievance procedures, or staff development;

    Assists Counsel (internal/external) in discovery and preparation in event of a lawsuit;

    Attends meetings and provides staffing for department;

    Interprets civil rights laws and equal opportunity regulations for individuals or employers;

    Meets with persons involved in equal opportunity complaints to arbitrate and settle disputes;

    Develops guidelines for nondiscriminatory employment practices;

    Explains regulations, policies, or procedures;

    Negotiates agreements to resolve disputes;

    Recommends organizational guidelines or policies;

    Monitors organizational processes;

    Conducts surveys in organizations;

    Trains personnel on managerial topics;

    Confers with personnel to coordinate business operations;

    Provides support, mentors, transfers knowledge, and skills to staff at all technical levels in a team environment to meet established goals and objectives;

    Attends and participates in meetings, training, and information sessions;

    Stays abreast of new trends and innovations in the field;

    Commits self to providing excellent customer service and demonstrate commitment through cooperative team and individual efforts; and

    Creates a high-quality work culture through participation in and emphasis on training and mentoring to develop leadership, management, and technical skills in self and all employees, including safety related training and skills.

    Other Important Duties*

    Performs such other related duties as may be assigned;

    Maintains a safe and healthy work place environment;

    As members of the County of El Paso Emergency Response System, all El Paso County employees are designated as Disaster Service Workers during a proclaimed emergency and may be required to train on emergency response and/or perform certain emergency services at the direction of their supervisor. 

    Minimum Qualifications:
    Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Business Administration, Public Administration, Organizational Development, Psychology, or a directly related field and a minimum of five (5) years of experience in Human Resources functions to include three (3) years of progressive Employee Relations experience (i.e. EEO/AA compliance, legal interpretation, complaint investigation and reporting, grievance processes and outreach, and discipline/discharge procedures) and one (1) year supervisory or lead experience; or an equivalent combination of related education and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities. SPHR, PHR, GPHR, ARM, CEBS, GBA, or CMS certification or SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP is preferred.

    Demonstrated experience with Federal, State, and Local employment laws, diversity, and investigative strategies.

    Demonstrated experience with EEO training and presentations.
    Demonstrated computer competency and preferably knowledgeable of HRIS systems;

    Or any equivalent combination of education, experience, and training which provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.

    Must have or obtain by date of hire a valid driver's license applicable to job responsibilities, with a driving record acceptable to the County of El Paso.

    $88,212.57 - $92,678.32 Annually

    Click here to apply.

  • May 24, 2023 11:33 AM | Dena A Culpepper (Administrator)

    Place of Business:
    Formosa Plastics Corporation, Texas Site

    Job Location:
    Point Comfort, Texas

    Position Description:
    The HR Generalist position will provide communications between upper management and the hourly employees in an informal manner. Provide consistent communications with all employees in responding to policy inquiries and concerns, while sustaining a safe and healthful working environment that meets environmental, health and safety regulatory and Company requirements. This position will support all facets of employment in FPCTX Human Resources; it will have a primary emphasis in employee relations, compliance, policy development and integration, staff training and development, conflict resolution and performance management, to include special projects.

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Policy Administration: Review plant policies and procedures for enhancements and improvements. Benchmark policies in an effort to maintain a competitive status with the local area plants.
    • HR Investigations: Investigate employee issues in a consistent and unbiased manner. Maintain a high level of impartiality and confidentiality in all employee investigation issues.
    • HR Training: Conduct training on HR-related subjects for employees on an as-needed basis. This training would include Leadership Training as well as general policy training which will aid in reducing employee complaints and legal issues.
    • Employee Relations: Provide support to management, departments, and employees/families during incidents/crises and/or when circumstances arise.
    • Employment Law Implementation: Keep Company practices compliant by remaining abreast of all current and changing employment laws. Provide HR Manager with up-to-date changes in order to move policies forward in a timely manner. Participate in assigned committees and relay pertinent information to stakeholders

    Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration with a focus in HR Management is preferred.
    HS Diploma or equivalent with a minimum of 5 years of Employee Relations, HR Employment Law, Conflict Resolution, Policy Administration, Incident Investigations, Training and Development, and relevant immigration experience considered.

    Apply Here  

  • May 15, 2023 1:50 PM | Dena A Culpepper (Administrator)

    Place of Business:
    Ultra Intelligence & Communications

    Job Location:
    Austin, TX

    Position Description:
    Innovating today for a safer tomorrow. At Ultra Intelligence & Communications (I&C), our mission is to ensure the safety of people, platforms, and critical infrastructure. Our people are the driving force behind us achieving mission success. We are experts in delivering intelligence and information advantage when and where it matters most. Through our engineering accomplishments, we are recognized for our contributions in tactical communications, cybersecurity, and military command and control systems.

    Ultra I&C has an exciting opportunity for a Director of Human Resources. The Director of Human Resources will be responsible for execution of all HR programs and activities for the C2I Business Unit. The Director will report to the President of the C2I Business Unit and take strategic direction from the Chief Human Resources Officer.

    This position will be based in Austin, TX.

    Duties & Responsibilites:
    The Director of Human Resources will be responsible for managing an organization of 250+ employees in the UK and US.

    Key Responsibilities:

    *Work closely with senior leaders, managers, and HR leadership in areas of organizational strategy, talent management, compensation planning, performance management, recruitment, and employee engagement and retention.

    *Act as primary liaison for Employee Relations to remedy employee issues, investigate and resolve workplace concerns and work with legal counsel when necessary.

    *Responsible for HR strategy and budget including creation, presentation to executive management, and execution upon approval.

    *Maintain knowledge of federal, state, and local legal requirements for existing and new legislation, enforce adherence, and advise management to ensure company compliance.

    *Provide training and development required to support HR and the business strategy.

    *Manage HR data and ensure availability for federal and state reports, executive management teams, and corporate reporting.

    *Be proactive with the recruiting process and understand the competition for staffing in all areas and locations and work with HR leaders to create competitive and strategic recruiting techniques.

    *Provide leadership to Human Resources staff.

    Required Skills & Qualifications:
    *Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources or a related field.

    *7+ years of progressive experience in an HR leadership role.

    *SHRM-SCP/PC and/or SPHR/PHR certification

    *Ability to travel approximately 10% annually to domestic and international sites.

    *Ability to obtain a US Government Security Clearance. Clearances are granted to US Citizens.

    Click here to apply.