About Austin Water - City of AustinAustin Water’s goal is to provide our community with safe, reliable, high quality, sustainable and affordable water services every day so Austin continues to be a livable city. We do this by providing excellent customer service, consistency and transparency in your water services. Austin Water provides water, wastewater, reclaimed water, conservation and environmental protection services to more than 1 million customers. We do this with a service area that covers more than 500 square miles with over 1,000 full-time employees.
Texas Health and Human Services — which includes the Texas Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) and the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) — has hundreds of programs and services that help more than 7 million Texans a month live better lives, and it’s our strong foundation of dedicated people who make it happen every single day.Over 38,000 HHS staff make a positive difference administering over 200 programs working in more than 1,000 locations across the state.
The Comptroller’s office serves virtually every citizen in the state. As Texas’ chief tax collector, accountant, revenue estimator, treasurer and purchasing manager, the agency is responsible for writing the checks and keeping the books for the multi-billion-dollar business of state government.As chief financial officer, the Comptroller’s office collects taxes and fees owed the state. Most of the office’s duties and powers are enumerated in the Texas Tax Code and in Chapter 403 of the Texas Government Code. As guardian of the state’s fiscal affairs, agencies depend on the Comptroller’s office to pay their bills and issue paychecks to state employees. Legislators rely on the Comptroller’s office to chart the course of the Texas economy, produce annual financial reports and estimate future state revenues. Local officials and businesses look to the agency for economic development guidance and data analysis. Taxpayers rely upon it for assistance and guidance regarding compliance with tax laws. And all Texas residents depend on the Comptroller’s office to safeguard their tax dollars and ensure they are handled wisely.As the state’s cashier, the Comptroller’s office receives, disburses, counts, safeguards, records, allocates, manages and reports on the state’s cash. In addition, the Texas Comptroller chairs the state’s Treasury Safekeeping Trust, which invests, manages and oversees more than $50 billion in assets.The Comptroller’s office is also the state’s purchasing manager, awarding and managing hundreds of statewide contracts on behalf of more than 200 state agencies and 1,750 cooperative purchasing members. The agency is committed to cultivating a healthy economic environment in Texas by providing a variety of services to business owners, taxpayers, local officials, HUBs and everyday Texans.The Comptroller’s office also administers a variety of programs, including the State Energy Conservation Office, Texas college savings plans, statewide procurement initiatives, and more.
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CROSSMARK accelerates brands throughout nearly every category of the consumer goods industry. Our team of 25,000+ employees is responsible for servicing all major retailers throughout North America from the buyer's desk to consumers' baskets—and our unparalleled eCommerce and omnichannel expertise continues to innovate our industry, well beyond brick and mortar. The newly launched proprietary CROSSMARK Accelerator™ platform delivers state-of-the-art insights and analytics through advanced modeling and artificial intelligence. The results are smarter, and faster growth. We take pride in our broad team of experts and innovators—and you’d never believe it all started as the work of one man at one store.Long before there were supercenters, supermarkets, and the fast-paced eCommerce industry we champion today, big ideas were brewing for a young man named Willis Johnson. The year was 1905. He saw an opportunity to make merchandising easier and faster within the booming town of Fort Smith, Arkansas. It was then that he decided to team up with E. Leslie Hunt to establish Johnson & Hunt Merchandise Brokers. That company would evolve into Willis Johnson & Company, a major player in its region. But just as the retail market changed…so did the company itself.
Hiring for TEAM KYLEThe City of Kyle is looking for high-performing team members that thrive in an inclusive, energetic and fast-paced team that is focused on community. Open job postings for the City of KyleTeam Kyle Culture is based on the Core Values (KYLE) listed below:KnowledgeKnowledgeable in all aspects of job and City operations; maintains high quality of work; follows health and safety guidelines.Yes-AttitudeDemonstrates superior customer service; treats other employees and citizens with kindness; promotes goodwill; solves conflict with tact.Leading EdgeContinually looking for areas to improve upon; decisive and adaptive; supports new ideas; a driver for change. Innovative.Employee AccountabilityActively seeks and gives performance feedback in order to determine developmental opportunities; uses feedback as an opportunity for continuous improvement. Team Kyle Leaders are also expected to live by these (2) two additional Core Values: Ability to Manage PerformanceOrganizes work processes to be effective and efficient; provides employees with the necessary training and resources to get the job done. Communicates clear performance expectations and standards to the team and provides formal feedback on performance on an ongoing basis constructively and tactfully.Develops and Leads an Effective TeamProvides learning opportunities to the team; encourages decision making and accountability. Establishes a vision and direction and motivates/inspires the team to follow suit. Leads by example.
GENERAL STATEMENT:The Compensation Analyst provides compensation expertise by advising and directly supporting Human Resources team members and all levels of management in providing compensation solutions covering a wide range of pay issues including job structure and salary range development, base pay administration, and pay guidance. This position serves as a collaborative team-member in the design, development, and implementation of city-wide compensation programs, practices, policies and procedures that are competitive, cost-effective, and equitable. The successful candidate will use a proactive and innovative approach to ensure that our employee compensation offerings are competitive, drive operational results, are aligned with our culture, and are understood and valued by our managers and employees. Must be both strategic and passionate. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:Plans, designs, develops, implements, and evaluates major classification and compensation projects and programs with the approval of the Director of Human Resources and City Manager.Develops proposal for compensation procedures city for the Director of Human Resources to review.Provides advice and recommendations to leadership on a broad range of classification and compensation issues and decisions.Identifies, analyzes, and recommends solutions for various compensation problems and monitors implementation of agreed upon actions until the problem has been resolved.Analyzes organizational structures and jobs to establish job descriptions, classifications, placements, and market matches for pay comparison purposes.Thoroughly analyzes complex compensation data to assure equitable pay practices and makes recommendations for adjustments in accordance with Federal, State, and Local regulations.Coordinates the conducting and analysis of both formal and informal compensation surveys.Coordinates the development of cost estimates of the financial impact of compensation programs and actions.Supports Human Resources Manager/Civil Service Director in overall operations of the department and as needed.Analyzes morale indicators and other personnel measurements such as, but not limited to, surveys, turnover, and grievances; presents recommendations for new or revised compensation programs when needed.Provides training, technical assistance, policy interpretation, and advice to managers and staff regarding classification and compensation topics and .Designs communication instruments to educate and inform management in the daily activities related to compensation/classification.Consistently applies policies and procedures when trouble shooting classification/compensation issues and provides technical advice to departments in the resolution of these issues.Develops and maintains salary structures by ensuring market matches reflect as close as possible to City of Kyle benchmarked positions to maintain established level of competitiveness.Develops and maintains knowledge and skill in conducting market salary surveys using standard compensation practices such as aging market data, familiarity with variables affecting the external market to support a competitive pay for the City of Kyle to attracts, retain and motivate human resources to meet departmental business needs.Reviews position classification and FLSA designations for management proposed staffing plans, reorganizations, and vacant postings.Reviews and recommends hourly, salary, and executive level salary offers and salary adjustments for conformance to established policies, practices, and guidelines, ensuring internal and external equity, and legal compliance of organizational pay practices.Conducts special studies, custom surveys, and special reports by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing information and trends relating to HR and recommends best practices or solutions.Maintains relationships with municipalities or similar organizations to identify and analyze organizational trends and best practices in compensation and recommend appropriate action.Develops and conducts training and communication materials on compensation-related topics to continually educate management and employees on Team Kyle compensation philosophy, programs, and practices to ensure proper performance, pay decisions, and compliance with legal standards.Acquires and applies advanced knowledge of relevant human resources discipline(s); provides insight and guides management on issues identifying opportunities and potential solutions.Performs all other duties as assigned. Kyle Core Roles as an Employee by:Knowledge - Knowledgeable in all aspects of job and City operations; maintains a high quality of work; follows health and safety guidelines.Yes-Attitude - Demonstrates superior customer service; treats other employees and citizens with kindness; promotes goodwill; solves conflict with tact.Leading Edge - Continually looking for areas to improve upon; decisive and adaptive; supports new ideas; a driver for change. InnovativeEmployee Accountability -Actively seeks and gives performance feedback in order to determine developmental opportunities; uses feedback as an opportunity for continuous improvement. REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:Experience in analyzing large data sets and creating compensation data models.Knowledge of employment Federal, State, and Local laws pertaining to Human Resources practice.Knowledge of City human resources practices, policies, and procedures.Knowledge of classification and compensation systems and methodologies.Knowledge of quantitative and qualitative research methodologies, data collection, analysis, synthesis and research finding presentation.Strong analytical and research skills.Skill in oral and written communication.Excellent presentation skills.Skill in handling multiple tasks and prioritizing.Skill in using computers and HR related software applications including Microsoft Office products with emphasis on Excel (VLOOKUP, pivot tables, etc.)Skill in data analysis and problem solving.Ability to meet aggressive deadlines.Ability to process, manipulate, and summarize reports.Ability to lead, coordinate, and implement multiple and complex activities. Ability to communicate concisely and effectively, both verbally and in writing.Ability to independently set priorities, meet timelines, and use rational judgement in decision making.Ability to prepare detailed and accurate reports and to present to leadership to include City Council as requested by City ManagerAbility to develop policies and procedures for a public organization.Ability to provide leadership within the Human Resources Department and throughout City departments.Ability to think innovatively while supporting an appreciation and understanding of past practices.Ability to establish and maintain good working relationships with other city employees and the public. QUALIFICATIONS, EXPERIENCE, AND/OR CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university.High School Diplomas or equivalent and additional full-time directly related human resources generalist and or compensation experience may be substituted on an equivalent year-for-year basis in lieu of Bachelor's degree. Minimum of four (4) years of directly related human resources generalist experience, with at least two (2) years of that incorporating compensation and classification experience.Master's Degree in Human Resources, Management, or Business Administration from an accredited agency preferred but not required.Certified Compensation Professional (CCP), Professional in Human Resources designation (PHR), or Senior Professional in Human Resources designation (SPHR) preferred.Valid State of Texas Driver's License. Anyone who has a direct threat to the health and safety of himself/herself or others in the workplace will be deemed not qualified for this position. PHYSICAL DEMANDS & WORKING CONDITIONS:The physical demands/working conditions 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. Physical requirements include lifting up to 20 pounds rarely. Subject to sitting, handling, fine dexterity, vision, hearing and talking constantly; reaching frequently; standing, walking and pushing/pulling occasionally; lifting, carrying, kneeling, crouching, bending and foot controls rarely. Employees work under typical office conditions, and the noise level is usually moderately quiet. This position description has been prepared to aid in defining job responsibilities, physical demands, and skills needed. It is not intended as a complete list of job duties, responsibilities, and/or essential functions. This description is not intended to limit or change the right of any supervisor to assign, direct, and control the work of employees under supervision. The City of Kyle retains and reserves any or all rights to change, modify, amend, add to, or remove, from any section of this document as it believes, in its judgment, to be proper.
In search of Human Resources Director #job #humanresources Texas Council on Family Violence(TCFV)www.tcfv.org Human Resources DirectorThe HR Director leads all human resource functions for TCFV to support and enable the strategic and operational performance of the organization. The ideal candidate is a true HR Generalist, well-rounded in leading all HR operations and functions, and preferably with experience in or familiarity with a non-profit operation. The HR Director will be a member of the TCFV’s Sr Leadership team and be a trusted advisor, coach, and thought partner to the team. In conjunction with the Sr. Leadership team, the HR Director develops a comprehensive human capital strategy for the organization in alignment with the mission of TCFV and with a focus on attracting, developing, and retaining the talent required to achieve organizational goals. The successful applicant must be a Texas resident and available to work in a hybrid office capacity in the Austin-area office at least four times per month, and periodically as needed. For the detailed job description and how to apply: www.tcfv.org/careers
The Right Step Hill Country is the drug and alcohol addiction treatment center Austin and San Antonio, TX residents rely upon. The Right Step delivers a peaceful, private setting in which you can focus on recovering. Our experienced professionals provide 24-hour, on-site care that promotes health, positive coping mechanisms, and lifelong recovery. At The Right Step, we do everything we can to help you take the right step toward long-lasting recovery.
WE ARE TCEQAre you ready to make a positive impact in Texas? At TCEQ, protecting the environment is at the heart of everything we do. Choose a career where your perspective, passion, and skills are valued. We strive to protect our state’s public health and natural resources consistent with sustainable economic development. Our goal is clean air, clean water, and the safe management of waste.TCEQ employees get some great perks, including a hybrid work schedule, paid leave, health insurance, and state and federal holidays. See Benefits and Perks at TCEQ.TELEWORKThis position offers an opportunity for a hybrid work schedule with a minimum 2-day work in office. YOUR FUTURE TEAMAs part of the executive director’s office, you would support management of the agency's day-to-day operations. See details about what we do.This position is a member of our External Relations Division.WHAT YOU WILL DOAs a part of the division’s Media & Community Relations team, our Marketing & Outreach Specialist will play a key role in achieving TCEQ’s mission. You would use your skills and experience to:Plan, develop, prepare, and conduct research, presentations, events, and outreach for the Take Care of Texas (TCOT) program of the TCEQ.Provide outreach and assist with marketing the TCOT program to local governments, schools, nonprofit organizations, businesses, other state agencies, and the public.Work with management to develop and implement the annual TCOT marketing plan. Contribute ideas to annual content calendar.Research and develop outreach materials including blog articles, website content, newsletters, emails, publications, digital resources, fact sheets, video scripts, social media content, and related items. Identify effective distribution plans for materials and information.Conduct presentations for community and professional groups to promote and stimulate interest in the TCOT program. Present at conferences and related events to increase participation and program awareness. Qualifications MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONSA bachelor’s degree with a major in journalism, public relations, advertising, communications, English, or a natural resources or science related field, plus two years of full-time experience in writing, scripting, editing, related areas in communications, or in positions involving such activities as journalism, outreach, public relations, advertising, preparation of public information releases and reports, and other news materials, or performing related activities in a public or private enterprise. ORThree years of full-time experience in writing, scripting, editing, related areas in communications, or in positions involving such activities as journalism, outreach, public relations, advertising, preparation of public information releases and reports, and other news materials, or performing related activities in a public or private enterprise.PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONSExperience developing and implementing a marketing or outreach campaign.Experience in public speaking.TRANSCRIPTS / COLLEGE HOURS OR COURSE WORKSee instructions on how to attach documents. A copy of your official college transcript or evaluation of foreign credentials in CAPPS is required if needed to meet the minimum qualification requirements outlined above. CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENTTCEQ will conduct a criminal history records search, driving history (if required for the job) on candidates offered employment. In compliance with ADA, if you need any special accommodations during the employment process, please contact HRSS for assistance at (512) 239-0102.Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) codes can be found at: https://hr.sao.texas.gov/CompensationSystem/JobDescriptions/. Please click the hyperlink under ‘Occupational Category’ for the respective Class Title.Texas Commission on Environmental Quality is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
ABC Industrial Supply is proud to say we are the largest privately held company in the maintenance, repair and operations industry. Although we're family owned, we are large in size with 18 branches nationwide! We have been blessed to experience continued growth throughout this Pandemic and we are looking to add new people to our team! We pride ourselves on maintaining the core values of a family atmosphere filled with love, respect, and appreciation! If you are interested in a company that provides job security, growth opportunities, and is built on good values, then we are looking for you! Many of our leaders started with ABC Industrial Supply looking for a job, just like you, but found long-term career opportunities at one of our many locations across the country. Our Company is growing, and we would love to have you grow with us!
The City of Austin is excited to announce that registration is now open for the 2023 Career Expo. When: Wednesday, April 12, 2023Time: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.Where: Palmer Events Center 900 Barton Springs Road Austin, TX 78704 We look forward to seeing you there!
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PC Instructor - Part TimeAustin Community College Continuing EducationAustin, TX• Austin, TX: Reliably commute or planning to relocate before starting work (Required)• Austin Community College Continuing Education is looking for a CompTIA A+ and Network+ certified instructor to teach 8-20 hours a week in-person classes in Austin / Northridge, and/or Round Rock• Classes to train future PC Technicians how to maintain, troubleshoot, and manage technological infrastructure. • Classes can be during days, evenings, and Saturdays• 8 - 20 hours a week• Current pay is $40.00 - $45.00 per hour• Teaching experience preferred email resume to: Marcela Nouzovska <email@example.com>Also posted on Indeed.
Position OverviewThe Executive Director is the leader of Helping Hands and maintains the overall operational well being of the organization. This includes interactions with the many volunteers and donors who sustain the organization. The Executive Director is a skilled administrator and a person who inspires and develops members of the community through building powerful relationships. Together with the Board and staff, the Executive Director develops programmatic, organizational, and financial strategies, and carries out the plans and policies authorized by the Board of Directors.Primary Duties and ResponsibilitiesVision & StrategyWork closely with the Board of Directors and Board Committees to set the strategic direction of the organization and develop and implement policies and programs that support the organization’s missionCommunicate effectively with the Board of Directors in a timely and accurate manner, providing all necessary information allowing the Board of Directors to make informed decisionsServe as principal spokesperson, representative, liaison, and advocate with community partners and funding agenciesEnsure representation of the organization at community eventsOversee programs, assuring that they align with the organization’s mission and goalsCollaborate with the Resource Committee to develop an actionable plan for fundraisingCollaborate with the Resource Committee to establish reasonable yet ambitious fundraising expansion goalsFunction as primary grant writer Collaborate with the Marketing & Development Committee to establish short- and long-term goals and develop an implementation processIdentify and cultivate new funding sources and opportunitiesMaintain and deepen the relationships and communications with current fundersCollaborate with the Board of Directors to strategize, plan, and solicit major corporate sponsors and individual donorsPlan and execute annual Fundraising and Donor Appreciation EventsAdministrative and Organizational ManagementOversee the efficient and effective day-to-day operations of the organizationManage staff and volunteers, delegating responsibilities, setting clear expectations and goals, and providing training and development opportunitiesOversee Marketing, Development, Programs, and Operations components of the organizationDevelop and implement systems and processes to ensure the smooth and efficient functioning of the organizationManage all finances and monthly cash flowAs the face of Helping Hands of Georgetown, participate in collaborative meetings with other non-profits and meetings with city partners, including but not limited to Georgetown Chamber of Commerce, Southwestern University, City of Georgetown, Georgetown Independent School District, and Georgetown Ministerial AllianceStay abreast of City activitiesCoordinate Fundraisers and EventsCoordinate monthly Board of Directors meetings and Annual Planning SessionParticipate in public speaking engagements as Qualifications and RequirementsBachelor’s degree in marketing, communications, or related fieldMinimum of 3 years’ experience in non-profit managementAbility to work nights and weekends, as neededAbility to lift and carry up to 50 lbs.Must be able to operate a motor vehicle and possess a valid driver’s licenseAbout Helping HandsHelping Hands of Georgetown is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization founded in 2015 by longtime local resident Bob Weimer. HHG began as a relatively simple idea … to feed the hungry and underserved of Georgetown, TX. Bob created a way to empower those less fortunate with the means to grow and succeed.Today, our organization has grown to serve 600 Brown Bag lunches a week PLUS a good hot meal served every Sunday. In addition, faced with the COVID pandemic that resulted in job lay-offs, businesses closing, and no school lunch programs, we launched our Mobile Food Pantry in March 2020. We are now providing 125 pantry bags, each containing the fixings for 5-6 meals, each week to the families we serve. Our success is due to the volunteers who offer their time and talents as well as local organizations and businesses who provide lunches for our people. We couldn’t make this program a reality without them.
Company Description:Mission Critical Facilities International is a company that specializes in data center power and cooling infrastructure, equipment and projects.We are focused on providing best of class data center infrastructure products and services. Our approach to business is driven by personal relationships with our employees, partners and customers, delivering the highest level of value to our clients, unmatched responsiveness in the market, and high attention to detail in the solutions we provide. Job brief:We are seeking an Accounting Manager, to supervise, track and evaluate day-to-day activities. Accounting Manager responsibilities include establishing financial status by developing and implementing systems for collecting, analyzing, verifying and reporting information. This employee will be responsible for the management, supervision and training of a team of 3 – 5 hourly finance employees.Responsibilities include: Manage and oversee the daily operations of the accounting department including:· Month and end-year process· Accounts payable/receivable· Cash receipts· General ledger· Utilities· Treasury, budgeting· Cash forecasting· Revenue and expenditure variance analysis· Capital assets reconciliations· Trust account statement reconciliations,· Check runs· Fixed asset activity· Debt activity· Monitor and analyze accounting data and produce financial reports or statements· Establish and enforce proper accounting standards, methods, policies and principles· Coordinate and complete annual audits· Provide recommendations· Improve systems and procedures and initiate corrective actions· Assign projects and direct staff to ensure compliance and accuracy· Meet financial accounting objectives· Establish and maintain fiscal files and records to document transactionsRequirements and Skills:Minimum 5 plus years of proven work experience as Accounting Manager, Accounting Supervisor or Finance Manager, ideally in a distribution, professional services, construction, or manufacturing and distribution environmentAdvanced computer skills on MS Office, accounting software and databasesSage 300 CRE experience is idealProven knowledge of bookkeeping and GAAP accounting principles, practices, standards, laws and regulationsHigh attention to detail and accuracyAbility to direct and superviseBS degree in Accounting or Finance desirableSalary - $85 – S130K, plus medical, dental and 401-KOn-site to HybridContact:Patti Boylepatti@purepotentialconsulting.com949-306-4262
TCEQ- Manager IV (00029073) Organization: TEXAS COMMISSION ON ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY Primary Location: Texas-Austin Work Locations: Headquarters (582-HQAUS) 12100 Park 35 Circle Austin 78753 Job: Management Employee Status: Regular Schedule: Full-time Standard Hours Per Week: 40.00 State Job Code: 1603 Salary Admin Plan: B Grade: 25 Salary (Pay Basis): 6,376.09 - 6,376.09 (Monthly) Number of Openings: 1 Overtime Status: Exempt Job Posting: Dec 21, 2022, 12:00:00 AM Closing Date: Ongoing Description WE ARE TCEQAre you ready to make a positive impact in Texas? At TCEQ, protecting the environment is at the heart of everything we do. Choose a career where your perspective, passion, and skills are valued.We strive to protect our state’s public health and natural resources consistent with sustainable economic development. Our goal is clean air, clean water, and the safe management of waste.TCEQ employees get some great perks, including a hybrid work schedule, paid leave, health insurance, and state and federal holidays. See Benefits and Perks at TCEQ. TELEWORKThis position offers an opportunity for a hybrid work schedule with a minimum 2-day work in office. YOUR FUTURE TEAMAs part of TCEQ Compliance and Enforcement, you would help ensure that those we regulate comply with the state’s environmental laws. See details about what we do.This position is a member of our Monitoring Division. WHAT YOU WILL DOAs a part of the division’s Business and Financial Services team, our Manager IV will play a key role in achieving TCEQ’s mission. You would use your skills and experience to:Manage staff, resources, and daily activities of the Business & Financial Services Section of the Monitoring Division.Oversee activities related to contracting, purchasing, invoice payment, administrative, budget and grant oversight. Formulate plans and organize section workload including the development of training plans and goals.Hire, manage, and appraise the performance of Business & Financial Services Section staff.Coordinate with internal and external parties, particularly the Financial Administration Division and Budget & Planning Division as well as other sections within the Monitoring Division, to ensure program activities are implemented and completed in a timely manner.Contribute to strategic planning process and oversight of operational budget expenditures for the division and development of the division’s biennial operating budget plan including coordinating procurements associated with Legislative Appropriations Requests.Represent the division in meetings, public functions, and training events. Qualifications MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONSExperience in the management of a business function, division, or department relevant to assignment. OR Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with major course work in a field relevant to assignment. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONSExperience in a supervisory capacity over administrative, professional, and/or technical staff.Experience with state procurement and/or contract laws and regulations and/or applying guidelines to implement purchases and contracts.Experience with specific phases of contract management/administration and/or grant administration, including providing guidance on policies and procedures to internal customers, contractors, and/or staff. TRANSCRIPTS / COLLEGE HOURS OR COURSE WORKSee instructions on how to attach documents. A copy of your official college transcript or evaluation of foreign credentials in CAPPS is required if needed to meet the minimum qualification requirements outlined above. CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENTTCEQ will conduct a criminal history records search, driving history (if required for the job) on candidates offered employment.In compliance with ADA, if you need any special accommodations during the employment process, please contact HRSS for assistance at (512) 239-0102. MILITARY OCCUPATIONAL SPECIALTY (MOS) CODES:Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) codes can be found at: https://hr.sao.texas.gov/CompensationSystem/JobDescriptions/. Please click the hyperlink under ‘Occupational Category’ for the respective Class Title. Texas Commission on Environmental Quality is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality is the environmental agency for the state. We have approximately 2,800 employees, located in our central office in Austin and 16 regional offices around Texas.
We are seeking IT Support Administrative Assistant for a long-term contract with our Austin, Texas-based client. Must be local to Austin and two days/week on-site in downtown Austin, Texas, with the possibility of additional days. This role requires strong administrative skills to handle the onboarding and off-boarding of personnel effectively. You must be detail-oriented and able to effectively multi-task and make sure all tasks are completed accurately and on-time. Desired Skills and ExperiencesCustomer service-oriented professional, comfortable working directly with the clientStrong written and oral communication skillsExperience monitoring and tracking status during on-boarding, deployment and off-boarding of technical servicesExperience documenting organization requirementsExperience using Microsoft ExcelExperience with Microsoft SharePointExperience supporting IT Asset Management tracking and documenting proceduresMust pass a background check