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Job Coach/Career Development

Goodwill Industries of SETX & SWLA
Beaumont, TX
Full Time

SUMMARY:  Provides a supportive work environment through Goodwill thrift stores along with hands-on training and guidance to participants with barriers to employment.  Helps to prepare and equip participants for long-term community job placement, enhancement of daily life skills, and successful goal setting and completion.

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: (other duties may be assigned)

  1. Prepares and delivers lessons and other instructional materials to meet the needs and goals of the participants.
  2. Creates and implements Individualized Service Plans with each participant to establish measurable goals and objectives for their learning path.
  3. Positively promotes the agency through community meetings, site visits, social media, and other channels, as appropriate.
  4. Establishes and maintains contact sources with valuable community partners including but not limited to external employers, staffing agencies, fellow non-profits, public libraries, educational institutions, vocational training centers, transitional houses, and correctional facilities.
  5. Effectively works with and serves diverse populations.
  6. Provides general assessments and intakes to help determine the best course of action for participants.
  7. Consults with any needed partners including but not limited to community partners, prospective employers, Goodwill retail management team, VP of Store Operations, VP of HR, CEO, and/or the VP of Mission Services to better meet the participant’s needs.
  8. Continuous knowledge of local, federal, and state programs to assist participants with various needs and barriers.
  9. Effective oral, written, and digital communication skills.
  10. Acts in a professional manner while maintaining a space of integrity, confidentiality, and empathy.
  11. Works with participants to increase motivation, provide continuous reinforcement to learning, assess level of functioning, and provide feedback for all learning and work activities.
  12. Collaborates with Career Development Specialists and the Vice President of Mission Services to develop job search plans, application completion skills, life skills courses, job readiness courses and materials, and resume assistance to help participants successfully complete their personal goals.
  13. Assists participants with a person-centered, individualized approach through hands-on retail operations in a Goodwill retail location.
  14. Maintains detailed records including database profiles with documentation of participants, resources and referrals log, employer contacts, etc.
  15. Provides advocacy for the TWE (Transitional Work Experience) participants enrolled in the program.
  16. Delivers measurable results as evidenced by the number of participants served, outcomes and objectives reached, and growing a network of vital community partners.
  17. Works in a fast-paced retail thrift environment while provide coaching, training, and hands-on instruction to TWE participants with various employment barriers.
  18. Delivers excellent internal and external customer service.
  19. Additional needed key skills:  problem-solving, direct professional communication skills, active listening skills, empathy, supportive, assisting with needed accommodations, conflict resolution, teamwork, attention to detail, patience, retail/customer service skills, and creative thinking skills.

 

 

QUALIFICATIONS:  To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

 

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE:

·       High school diploma required

·       Preferred 2 or 4 year service-related degree (Education, Social Services, Mental Health, or other related)

·       Minimum of two-years relevant work experience

·       Valid Class C driver’s license

 

LANGUAGE SKILLS:   Able to effectively present information to diverse groups of people.  Able to read, analyze and interpret government regulations, technical procedures, and applications.  Able to create presentations, write reports, facilitate business correspondence, and interpret policy and procedure manuals.  Bilingual in Spanish and/or ASL desired, but not required.

 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: 

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand, walk, reach with hands and arms, and talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to walk, climb or balance, stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl. The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 40 pounds.

 

WORK ENVIRONMENT:  The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

 

Office, retail thrift stores and donation centers, and classroom environment with moderate noise levels.

 

COMPUTER LITERACY:  Must be proficient in using the Microsoft Office Suite including PowerPoint, Excel, Word, and Outlook, as well as ZOOM proficiency. Must be able to provide basic trouble-shooting for various software and hardware needs.  In addition, must be able to instruct and support participants with the aforementioned programs.

 

SCHEDULE:  Hourly, 40 hours/week.  Must be available to work a varied schedule including some evenings and Saturdays as dictated by the needs of the program.  Shifts will be 8AM-5PM or 10AM-7PM.

Annual salary $38-40K DOE

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Career Development Specialist

Goodwill Industries of SETX & SWLA
Beaumont, TX
Full Time

SUMMARY:  Teaches career readiness, life skills, and computer skills classes to participants with barriers to employment to equip them for community job placement and/or to enhance daily living skills.

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: (other duties may be assigned)

  1. Assists the Director of Mission Services in planning and designing live, digital and/or virtual-based curriculum for job readiness skills, life skills, and technology skills.  Prepares computer lessons and other instructional materials to meet the needs of the participants.
  2. Provide career readiness services to participants including resume building, interview preparation, job search, application completion, creating cover letters, employer follow-ups, and communication skills.
  3. Conducts and delivers computer courses to participants along with homework assignments, quizzes, assessments, and various other check-ins.
  4. Creates and implements Individualized Service Plans with participants to establish measurable goals and objectives for their learning paths.
  5. Promotes classes and agency offerings through meetings, newsletters, emails, site visits, social media, and other channels, as appropriate.
  6. Establishes and maintains contact sources with valuable community partners, external employers, staffing agencies, fellow non-profits, public libraries, educational institutions, vocational training centers, transitional houses, and correctional facilities.
  7. Able to effectively work with and serve diverse populations.
  8. Able to provide general assessments and intakes to help determine the best course of action for participants and further using assessments to consult with any needed community partners, contacts, and/or the Director of Mission Services.
  9. Continuous knowledge of local, federal, and state programs to assist participants with various needs.
  10. Effective oral, written, and digital communication skills.
  11. Able to always act in a professional manner while maintaining a space of integrity, confidentiality, and empathy.
  12. Works with participants to increase motivation, provide continuous reinforcement to learning, assess level of functioning, and provide feedback for all learning activities.
  13. Collaborates with Computer Skills Instructor(s), Workforce Development Specialist(s), and the Director of Mission Services to develop job search plans, application completion skills, life skills courses, career readiness courses, and resume assistance to help participants successfully complete their personal goals.
  14. Assists participants with a person-centered, individualized approach.
  15. Maintains detailed records including database profiles with documentation of participants, resources and referrals log, employer contacts, etc.
  16. Works collaboratively with other Goodwill staff members, community partners, and other resource providers.
  17. Serves as an advocate for the participants served through Goodwill.
  18. Able to deliver measurable results as evidenced by the number of participants, outcomes and objectives reached for the participants, and extending the reach to vital community partners.

 

 

 

QUALIFICATIONS:  To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE:  BS/BA or equivalent service-related degree with a minimum of two-years relevant work experience.  One year proven educational instructor experience may be substituted for each year of college if applicant possesses a high school diploma.  Individual must also possess a valid Class C driver’s license.

 

LANGUAGE SKILLS:   Ability to effectively present information to diverse groups of people.  Ability to read, analyze and interpret government regulations, technical procedures, and applications.  Ability to create presentations, write reports, facilitate business correspondence, and interpret policy and procedure manuals.  Bilingual in Spanish and/or ASL desired, but not required.

 

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

 

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk and hear.  The employee frequently is required to sit. The employee is occasionally required to stand.  The employee must occasionally lift and/or move objects up to 25 pounds.

 

WORK ENVIRONMENT:  The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

 

Indoor office and classroom environment with moderate noise.

 

COMPUTER LITERACY:  Must be proficient in using the Microsoft Office Suite including PowerPoint, Excel, Word, and Outlook, as well as proficient in using ZOOM. Must be able to provide basic trouble-shooting for various software and hardware needs.  In addition, must be able to instruct and support participants with the aforementioned programs.

 

Salary range $38k-40k annual

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Financial Coach

Southeast Texas Food Bank
Jasper, TX
Full Time

Organization and Program Overview

Southeast Texas Food Bank – Jasper Resource Center, to provide our eight-county area with financial resources for our community members; we offer career and financial coaching programs to families living on a low-to moderate-income so they can build effective money habits and focus on financial bottom line to reach their goals.

 

Financial Opportunity Centers (FOC) help low to moderate income families boost earnings, reduce expenses, and make appropriate financial decisions that lead to asset building through an integrated service model approach.  The centers provide individuals and families with services across three critical and interconnected areas: employment services, financial coaching and access to income supports.

Position Description

The financial coach provides direct services to low to moderate-income individuals who are enrolled as Financial Opportunity Center participants.  Financial counseling and coaching involve an ability to engage and motivate clients, a strong understanding of personal finances, and the ability to teach that knowledge to others.  The financial coach is responsible for assisting clients in developing plans of action that are intended to help the client reach their goals and achieve financial stability.  The financial coach is expected to focus services in a one-on-one counseling format.  However, the coach might also conduct classes and workshops on topics such as budgeting, credit building, and banking products.

 

The financial coach will work with the employment counselors and income supports counselor to ensure that the client is getting assistance across these three major service areas.  The financial coach reports directly to the Chief Operating Officer.

 

Responsibilities

  • Provide one on one financial coaching
    • Teach clients about the value of their services and engage the client in a long-term relationship.
    • Assist clients in resolving current financial situations, while providing a wide lens on their financial health to shift the approach to proactive financial management.
    • Work with clients to complete a very detailed financial assessment including:
      • Work with the client to document a budget and provide strategies for budget improvements.
      • Access the clients credit report/score and provide strategies for credit building.
      • Document the client’s balance sheet and provide strategies for increasing net worth.
    • Develop plans of actions for both the client’s financial goals and the client’s employment goals and provide tools, resources, and accountability to the client to help them meet their goals.
    • Understand other services offered by the agency and community partners, such as employment services and income supports counseling, and connect and engage the clients with these other services.
  • Outcome tracking—track the stories and successes of program participants
    • Use LISC’s Salesforce, a client management system, to document and reflect the outcome of their clients accurately and in a timely manner
    • Completing Combined Financial Assessment (CFA) for financial counseling clients (budget, balance sheet, credit score)
    • If other team members are working to support the client, ensure that any changes to the client’s CFA (new job, new benefit, change in credit score) is properly documented in Salesforce.
  • The financial coach may conduct workshops as a means of outreach and education
    • The classes may be part of a larger job readiness class offered, or may be occasional workshops to the public.
    • Develop workshop materials or tailor existing materials to meet the needs of the community.
    • Workshop topics should be relevant to the community, and may include topics such as: budgeting, savings, banking products, credit building, identity theft, and more.
  • Develop relationships with local financial institutions and community organizations
    • Work with mainstream financial institutions to understand the needs of the community so they can provide products and services that fit.
    • Create a network of referral organizations to help you assist the client meet his goals (e.g. local housing counseling agency, legal aid, etc.).
    • Work closely with the Legacy Institute for Financial Education (LIFE) FOC in Lufkin, TX to coordinate and collaborate on efforts and shared resources for clients.

 

 

Qualifications

Qualifications for the financial coach position include, but are not limited to:

  • A strong understanding of personal finances, particularly in the areas of budgeting, asset building, and credit building.
  • A bachelor’s degree from a four-year accredited institution, or 5 years of relevant work-related experience.
  • Previous work experience in the financial sector (banking, lending, insurance, investments) is a plus.
  • Strong communication skills, both written and oral.
  • Previous work experience with the FOC’s target population, and/or the ability to provide financial counseling/coaching services in a culturally sensitive manner.  A good financial coach is able to relate well to team members and clients.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
  • Internet and Resource Savvy

Salary is dependent on experience.  The Southeast Texas Food Bank is an equal opportunity employer.

Please send resume and cover letter to: jsparks@setxfoodbank.org

Educational Activity Coordinator for BTA/Neches River Adventures

Big Thicket Association
Beaumont, TX
Part Time

The Neches River Adventure Programs are adventure-based discovery programs developed to engage students in hands-on learning activities.

 

POSITION SUMMARY

This is an hourly position. (Average 22-25 hours/week) Primarily spring semester (March, April, May).

The Educational Activity Coordinator (EAC) supports Neches River Adventures Environmental Education (NRIB) program with land activities while students are awaiting their tour on the Ivory Bill.

This position reports to the Director of Environmental Education with NRIB.

 

DUTIES OF THE EAC INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:

  1. Work and communicate professionally/effectively with NRIB Director of Environmental Education, volunteers, teachers and students with a positive attitude and demeanor.
  2. Verify age level of students attending land activities to coordinate appropriate activities for age level. Coordinate rotation of student groups depending on time frame and number of students.
  3. Gather learning materials and arrive at Collier’s Ferry park punctually 30 minutes prior to class arrival. Begin helping volunteers set up stations for station rotation as needed. Report any materials missing to Director of Environmental Education.
  4. Instruct any new volunteers on activities they will be participating in that day.
  5. Coordinate with teachers upon arrival at Collier’s Ferry Park and direct student groups and teachers to appropriate station locations.
  6. Teach various groups of students during station rotation throughout the day.
  7. Collect all learning materials used and check park for any left-over items. Consult check off list.
  8. Report ANY incidents or concerns to Director of Environmental Education BEFORE leaving the park.
  9. Return learning materials/supplies to designated location.
  10. Dress code: School activities require closed toe shoes, sleeve shirts that cover midsection, and pants/shorts of modest length. Hat, sunscreen, and mosquito repellant if desired.
  11. Responsible for your own food, snacks, drinks, water and other needs.
  12. Perform other duties as assigned by Director of Environmental Ed.

 

Required Minimum Qualifications:

  • First Aid/CPR Certification
  • Minimum of high school education

 

Desired Skills:

  • Past experience working with students
  • Desire to share your love of nature with students
  • Ability to manage a variety of tasks, and to plan, implement, and prioritize work tasks
  • Basic knowledge of Google Sheets

 

Notice: The Big Thicket Association does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations. These activities include, but are not limited to, hiring and firing of staff, selection of volunteers and vendors, and provision of services. We are committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all members of our staff, clients, volunteers, subcontractors, vendors, and clients.

 

 

Submit resume and references to:
Director email: btajobs18@gmail.com

 

Advocate Supervisor in Jasper, Newton and Sabine Counties

Casa of the Sabine Neches Region
Beaumont, TX
Full Time

Responsibilities:

  • Provide case management and support to insure all requirements are being met.
  • Assist with advocate recruitment, retention and recognition activities
  • Mentor and coach court advocate volunteers, providing guidance and direction.
  • Assure all case activity is documented within 72 hours.
  • Keep accurate records of dates of Hearings, Trials, Planning and Placement Meetings
  • Document contact with advocates monthly to assure their case is progressing appropriately
  • Review Court Reports and co-sign with advocate
  • File Court Reports in accordance with the Cooperative Working Agreement with Texas Department of Family and Protective Services (TDFPS), and assure their distribution to appropriate individuals
  • Accompany advocates to Court Hearings, PPTs and case staffing
  • Assure documented contact is made monthly with the DFPS caseworker, primary placement provider
  • Assist advocates in making contacts and/or visits within the required timeframe
  • Assure regular contacts with the attorney ad litem, mental health and other healthcare providers, educational and community systems are documented to assure the child’s needs in these areas are met and cooperative solutions are facilitated among parties.
  • Provide information regarding community resources
  • Collect and verify advocate’s monthly contact/time/mileage logs
  • Report concerns regarding advocates to the Program Director
  • Report advocate’s concerns to the Program Director
  • Assure complete and accurate case records for all cases under supervision
  • Participate in CASA continuing education activities
  • If an advocate/volunteer is not available to work the case, it is the supervisor’s responsibility to manage the case personally. This includes, but is not limited to, scheduled visits with the child, caregiver, and parents. Contact with CPS caseworker, attorney ad litem and other relevant parties.
  • An Advocate Supervisor may not supervise more than thirty active volunteers or a maximum of forty-five cases. In the event the staff is required to perform duties other than supervision of volunteers, the number of volunteers the staff can supervise shall be reduced pro rata.

Additional Duties:

  • Affiliate with other local and state organizations where appropriate
  • Attend national, regional, and state conferences and meetings when appropriate
  • Complete special projects and tasks as assigned by the Executive Director
  • Turn in time logs, reimbursement requests, and other documentation by requested due dates

Pay: DOE

Benefits Offered:

  • 401K
  • Paid Time Off

Send resume and cover letter to kveillon@casasnr.org.

Assistant Director of Philanthropic Services

Baptist Hospitals of Southeast Texas Foundation
Beaumont, TX
Full Time

Summary/Objective

The Assistant Director of Philanthropic Services reports directly to the Director of the Foundation and is responsible for assisting with managing the institution’s largest, most complex foundation donors and developing new to ensure continued growth and community awareness of hospital foundation.

Essential Job Duties

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  1. Responsible for organizing and leading all capital campaign efforts under the direction of Foundation Director.
  2. Responsible for leading Foundation initiatives assigned by the Baptist Hospital Foundation Director including charity events, employee Engagement/appreciation, and capital campaign fundraising.
  3. Developing relationships with key community members and potential donors through multiple points of contact including private and public community forums.
  4. Oversees the hiring and management of potential future Foundation staff.
  5. Lead Foundation digital marketing efforts including all approved social media platforms in coordination with hospital marketing/ communications team.
  6. Managing all foundation finances including bookkeeping activities.

Required Education and Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree in related field required
  • Strong communication and marketing skills
  • Experience in leading fundraising events
  • Self motivated
  • Flexible work schedule to meet the needs of the foundation and organization – will include some nights and weekends.
  • Preferred experience with volunteer organizations in a leadership role (Management, Chair, or Co Chair)
  • Preferred experience in supporting major gift or capital campaign fundraising.

  • Matched Retirement Plan
  • Paid Time Off
  • Comprehensive Benefit Plan – Medical, Dental, Vision and Much More!

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Financial Administrator and Human Resources

Shorkey Center
Beaumont, TX
Full Time

Shorkey Education and Rehabilitation Center is a non-profit United Way Partner Agency, established in 1944. They proudly provide pediatric therapy to over 300 children per week and offer an inclusive preschool.

Overall Responsibilities: Under the direction of the Executive Director (ED), and guide of the Board and CPA, the individual will be responsible for financial management of the Center’s programs and manage aspects of employment, and insurance.

Qualifications: This position requires a two- or four-year degree in accounting, finance or a business-related major with a strong background in financial management. Must be trustworthy and professional, and place extreme importance on confidentiality. A strong understanding of non-profit operations is important. Writing and communication skills must be on par with professional qualifications. Must have strong organizational skills and have good bookkeeping abilities. Needs to be detailed orientated with capability to work independently. Employee must maintain emotional control under stress, work with frequent interruptions, use repetitive hand motions and prolonged use of computer. Proficient technology skills to navigate multiple platforms.

Finance Responsibilities

  • Team Approach
  • Financial Data Entry and Bank Reconciliation
  • Accounts Payable and Receivable
  • Billing and Revenue Cycle
  • Financial Reporting/Documentation and Recordkeeping
  • Payroll Processing
  • Support Services

Human Resource Responsibilities:

This individual will be responsible for processing new employees and terminating employee paperwork. This individual will be responsible for keeping personnel records. This person must be able to handle sensitive/confidential issues in a tactful/professional manner, be flexible, and possess the ability to handle multiple tasks.

  • Onboarding and Termination
  • Benefits Administration
  • Policy Implementation

This job description is not intended to be all-inclusive.

Must pass a background check with fingerprinting.

Pay: From $45,000.00 per year

Benefits:

  • 401(k)
  • Dental insurance
  • Health insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Paid time off

Schedule:

  • 8 hour shift
  • Monday to Friday

Sexual Assault On Call Advocate

Rape & Suicide Crisis Center of Southeast Texas, Inc.
Beaumont, TX
Full Time

A Rape & Suicide Crisis Center Sexual Assault Advocate provides specialized direct services to sexual assault survivors, their family members and friends when they present at a medical facility for evidence collection, help to reduce the trauma a sexual assault survivor experiences from an attempted or completed sexual assault. Provide emotional support and information to sexual assault survivors, family members and friends. Assist sexual assault survivors to understand their choices and select the options that are best for them.  Provide information to help sexual assault survivors understand sexual assault, police procedures, the sexual assault examination, legal process, counseling opportunities, and other service providers as found in the packet that will be given at the time of service.  SAPCS-State (29 hours per week)

 

Complete statistical data on sexual assault survivors both primary and secondary and turn in to the Crisis Center’s staff within 72 hours of the services provided SAPCS-State (1 hour per week)

 

Qualifications

  • Able to work as a team member.
  • Able to accept supervision.
  • Ability to empathize with others.
  • Good listening skills

Requirements

  • Complete an interview and screening process.
  • Complete 40 Hour Certified Training as required.
  • Attend required in-services.
  • Must sign & maintain confidentiality agreement.
  • Must be at least 21 years of age.
  • complete the Certified Training Program and in-service as required (6.5 hours per day for 5 days a week until a 40 Hour Certified Training has been completed)
  • Be available for a minimum of 48 hours per weekend for medical accompaniment.
  • Report immediately if unable to work a shift (4 hours per day)
  • Arrive at the hospital to serve sexual assault survivors within 30-60 minutes (4 hours per day)
  • Immediately discuss problems experienced while providing medical accompaniment to the Executive Director and/or Volunteer Coordinator (4 hours per day)
  • Act professionally when interacting with survivors, family members, friends, law enforcement personnel, SANEs, district attorney office personnel, and all other service providers (4 hours per day)
  • Submit statistical information promptly—no more than 72 hours after responding to a call (a minimum of 6 hours per day)
  • Must adhere to Protocol for Advocates in the ER (4 hours per day)

 

Criteria

  • Must pass background check.
  • Be able to listen actively in a style that is natural for you.
  • Be empathic.
  • Be able to focus with the survivor on his/her main problems or concerns.
  • Help the survivor generate options and alternatives and yet allow them to make final decision.
  • Be aware of your own feelings and biases; learn to set aside your reactions and tendencies to be judgmental while you listen and offer counseling and support services.

 

 

This position description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by the jobholder.  He/she will be required to follow any other instructions or perform any other duties as requested by his/her supervisor or manager.  This is not meant to be an exhaustive list of job duties.  Essential elements may change when necessary.

E-mail resumé to: ruby@rsccsetx.org

Human Resources & Safety Coordinator

Goodwill Industries of Southeast Texas and Southwest Louisiana
Beaumont, TX
Full Time

Goodwill Industries of Southeast Texas is a non-profit agency serving Southeast Texas and Southwest Louisiana. Our Mission is to enhance the dignity and quality of life of individuals and families by strengthening communities, eliminating barriers to opportunity, and helping people in need reach their full potential through learning and the power of work. We serve our community by providing employment related services. Our programs are supported by revenue generated through the sale of donated goods in our retail stores.

We’re currently seeking to add a qualified and experienced team member to our Human Resources & Safety Department. The individual will report to the Vice President of HR & Safety and will work with and support all members of our multi-facility organization.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Create, audit and maintain personnel records.
  • Report new hires and terminations via the internet to the State of Texas and State of Louisiana
  • Assist in the administration of employee benefit programs, performance appraisals and salary administration according to established policies, contracts and guidelines. This includes but is not limited to enrollment in medical and ancillary insurance plans.
  • Develop and maintain tracking systems for various ongoing efforts and projects.
  • Manage and update LMS.
  • Verify employee authorization, complete employment verification forms, and return to employee or entity requesting information.
  • Screen, interview and perform reference checks on candidates.
  • Complete first report of injury and related reports.
  • Assist in developing, maintaining and training delivery of safety program, coordinate safety committee meetings.
  • Act as primary point of contact for department.
  • Initiate and monitor internal and external incidents/accidents and provide rapid response, investigation and reporting of all emergencies.
  • Follow all company and safety policies.
  • Record minutes and attendance for various meetings.
  • Other duties as assigned.

 

Consideration will be given to candidates who have 1 year of relevant experience, high school diploma or equivalent (required), a bachelor’s degree in related field (preferred), a current and valid driver’s license and demonstrate excellency in skills such as:

  • Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, federal and state regulations, and procedure manuals.
  • Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram or schedule form.
  • Ability to write routine reports and correspondence.
  • Ability to speak effectively before groups of employees of the organization. Bi-lingual (English/Spanish) preferred.
  • Ability to calculate figures and amounts such as discounts, proportions and percentages.
  • Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists.
  • Interpersonal and customer service skills.
  • Organizational skills and attention to detail.
  • Working knowledge of HR-related laws and regulations and best practices.
  • Ability to comprehend, interpret, and apply the appropriate sections of applicable policies.
  • Ability to acquire a thorough understanding of the organization’s hierarchy, jobs, qualifications, compensation practices, and the administrative practices related to those factors.
  • Time management skills with a proven ability to meet deadlines.
  • Analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Technology skills (Microsoft Office Suite or related software.

 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand, walk, reach with hands and arms, talk and hear.

Pay: $18.00 – $22.00 per hour

Expected hours: 40 per week

Benefits:

  • Dental insurance
  • Employee assistance program
  • Employee discount
  • Health insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Paid jury duty
  • Paid time off
  • Tuition reimbursement
  • Vision insurance

 

Schedule:

  • Day shift
  • Monday to Friday

***Interested individuals: click here to submit an employment application!

Associate Director of Stewardship and Development

Diocese of Beaumont
Beaumont, TX
Full Time

The Catholic Diocese of Beaumont is seeking candidates for the position of Stewardship & Development Director. The Director will be responsible for assisting the Bishop with broadening and deepening the relationship of the Bishop with the faithful to lead efforts to engage lay and pastoral leaders in advancing the work of the Diocese of Beaumont through meaningful contribution of gifts and talents. The Director will guide initiatives of organizational fundraising, communications strategies, and promoting the public image of the organization by engaging donors and leaders in support of the mission of the Diocese. Interested individuals must have experience in strategic leadership, effective communication, cultivating donor relationships. Candidates must have a Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Marketing, Communications or related field with four to eight years demonstrated competency in non-profit management, community organizing, and financial/and or administrative management. Applicant must be able to meet multiple deadlines, possess personal initiative, be highly motivated, and be a Catholic in good standing with the Church.

For consideration, send resume with letter of interest:

Human Resources Director
Director Stewardship & Development Position PO Box 3948 Beaumont, TX 77704-3948
Or email: humanresources@dioceseofbmt.org

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