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Director of Employee Relations, Engagement, and Development

Company: Oklahoma City Community Colleges
Location: 7777 South May Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK 73159



The Director of Employee Relations, Engagement, and Development serves as a key member of the HR Leadership team, and is responsible for evolving and delivering the core practices of employee relations work. The Director of Employee Relations, Engagement, and Development will be responsible for the exceptional development, management, and execution of critical employment areas including (but not limited to): investigations, complaint resolution, employment law, Workers Compensation, Unemployment, FMLA, Disability leave administration, corrective action, and other employment initiatives. This position plays a critical role in guiding, teaching, and coaching leaders to effectively manage employee relations with the expectation of creating a strong culture of engagement, development, retention, and positive customer service. The Human Resources Department is currently undergoing reorganization. Although the essential functions of this position will largely remain as stated in this job description, there may be some changes to the title and/or reporting structure of the position.


Contact Name: Kevin Glover

Phone: 405-682-7542
Website: https://www.occcjobs.com/postings/14212

Human Resources Director

Company: Canadian County Commmissioners
Location: 201 N. Choctaw, El Reno



Works as a Human Resources Director to plan, implement and deliver human resources support. Such services and support include, but are not limited to, employment, compensation, employee relations, training, and employee services. Deals with sensitive and confidential information on a routine basis and maintains confidentiality with this information. Interacts regularly with elected officials, senior management, and department heads. In addition develops personnel policies and procedures, and provides a full range of human resource services and support to elected officials, department heads and all county entities inclusive of the Canadian County Children’s Justice Center.


Other duties may be assigned.

  • Demonstrates professional, ethical behavior and maintains appropriate level of confidentiality and discretion in the discharge of duties.
  • Maintains regular attendance at work and is consistently on-time. At times, may work at other county facilities or off-site locations.
  • Provides critical information and counsel on matters pertaining to human resources management.
  • Establishes procedures and protocols for handling grievances, and receives and reviews grievances and complaints that have been suited by county employees.
  • Assists the County Officers and Department Heads in handling EEOC complaints, and helps collect and provide information for inquiries and investigations, wage/hour and fair labor standards reviews, as well as by other regulatory and administrative agencies requiring statutory compliance.
  • Writes and develops Human Resource policies and procedures, as well as evaluates policies, procedures and protocols for regulatory and statutory compliance with state and federal laws relating to EEOC, FLSA, ADA, FMLA, sexual harassment, etc.
  • Assesses, creates and delivers appropriate training in the area of human resources. This training includes, but is not limited to, harassment and discrimination, diversity, compliance with federal, state and local laws and statutes, and HR best practices.
  • Creates and maintains forms and standards for proper annual employee evaluation as to job skill development and efficiency.
  • Conducts periodic surveys to measure employee satisfaction and engagement as well as planning and implementation of periodic employee team building and appreciation events.
  • Administers the County Mandatory Drug Testing Program, relates to the service provider and maintains confidential records of results.
  • Provides support for all recruitment activity, offering direction, consultation and guidance to County Officers and other hiring supervisors.
  • Provides support in the development and implementation of procedures for receiving and maintaining applications for job positions as requested.
  • Assists with periodic reviews and/or updates of the County Employee Handbook for regulatory and statutory compliance.
  • Conducts regular job analyses, and provides support to all County Officers and Department Heads for development and creation of job descriptions, job information guides as required by the U.S. Labor Department.
  • Conducts wage and salary reviews and analysis through compiling salary analyses, wage and salary surveys, reports and overall gathering of data.
  • Maintains records required by law or local governing bodies, or any other departments within the County.
  • Advises the Board of County Commissioners and other County Officers of situations requiring the District Attorney’€™s Office to issue an opinion on legal matters that may adversely impact the county (i.e. federal and/or state statutes).
  • Other related duties may be assigned.



  • Ability to think analytically to synthesize complex or diverse information.
  • Ability to use intuition and experience to complement research data.
  • Ability to design workflows and procedures.
  • Ability to translate concepts and information into images and creative solutions with attention to detail.
  • Ability to apply problem solving skills and logic to develop alternative solutions.
  • Ability to develop and coordinate project plans, and communicate changes and progress to project team members.
  • Ability to manage difficult or emotional customer situations.
  • Ability to build morale and group commitments to goals and objectives.
  • Ability to develop workable implementation plans, communicates changes effectively, builds commitment, and overcomes resistance.
  • Ability to effectively influence actions and opinions of others by inspiring respect and trust.
  • Knowledge of, respect for, and sensitivity to cultural diversity.
  • Knowledge of city, county, and state organizational structures, programs, and procedures.



Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Personnel Management or related field preferred with seven years relative experience in the human relations field. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered. Proficient in Microsoft Office and allied software.



Ability to read, analyze, and interpret the most complex documents. Ability to respond effectively to the most sensitive inquiries or complaints. Ability to write and communicate orally using original or innovative techniques or style, especially when making presentations on controversial or complex topics to top management, fellow employees or stakeholders.



Ability to apply advanced mathematical concepts and operations to such tasks as detailed budgets, plans, purchasing, receiving, and payroll data.



Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions. Ability to interpret an extensive variety of technical instructions in mathematical or diagram form and deal with several abstract and concrete variables.



A successful employee in this position should possess, or pursue upon employment membership in Human Resource Organizations and Societies. A PHR or SPHR certification is desired. Must possess a valid Oklahoma Driver’€™s License.



This position has no direct supervisory responsibilities, however it may provide support and direction regarding a broad range of human resource issues to various County employees, department heads and elected officials.



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. While performing the duties of this job, the employee may be occasionally exposed to construction project environments, including work near heavy equipment and moving mechanical parts; work in high, precarious places; fumes or airborne particles; toxic or caustic chemicals and outdoor weather conditions. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.



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 use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms and talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to stand; walk and sit. The employee is occasionally required to climb or balance and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee must sometimes lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus.



The employee shall be knowledgeable about, and follow Canadian County's safety policies and procedures. They should immediately report (i.e. during current shift) any accidents, unusual occurrences, or any other safety-related issues to the supervisor. Canadian County is a Drug-Free Workplace. All employees are subject to Canadian County’s Drug-Free Workplace Policy. All job applicants are subject to a post-offer, pre-employment drug screen to determine eligibility for hire.




  • Public Administration.
  • Human resources management.
  • Information technology.
  • Detention facility/juvenile justice center management.
  • Organizational leadership.



NOTE: The omission of specific statements or duties listed above does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment to the position. This job description does not constitute an employment agreement between Canadian County government and the employee, and is subject to change by Canadian County as the needs and requirement of the job change. EEO: An Equal Opportunity Employer


Contact Name: Marc Hader, District 1 Canadian County Commissioner

Phone: 405-295-6200
Website: http://www.canadiancounty.org/Jobs.aspx?UniqueId=78&From=All&CommunityJobs=False&JobID=Human-Resources-Director-19


Company: Bob Moore Auto Group
Location: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma



The recruiter is responsible for managing the end-to-end recruitment process. The position will excel at talent identification, talent attraction, candidate assessment and delivering a positive candidate experience. This role owns and delivers the recruiting goals for internal customers by driving strategic programs, services and tools. The position will work closely with the Director of HR and Director of Marketing to develop and execute a social medial strategy. This position will also be responsible for the ongoing creation and growth of talent acquisitions social media presence.


Responsibilities described in this section are fundamental to the position:

  • Partner with hiring managers and HR Business Partner to understand the hiring needs and execute sourcing and recruiting strategy.
  • Perform full life-cycle recruiting, including sourcing, screening, interviewing, recommending a qualified talent pool and selection.
  • Develop innovative and creative media content across social media platforms and ensure that social media activities are aligned with talent acquisition strategy.
  • Maximize sourcing channels, networks, social media, university relations, career fairs.
  • Maintain and track all social media platforms used for recruiting to ensure maximum visibility and brand recognition.
  • Participate in campus recruiting programs, including interaction with colleges, building and maintaining strong relationships with colleges, planning on-campus recruiting events.
  • Develop an effective pipeline of key talent to support succession planning needs.
  • Provide Best-in-Class candidate experience through communication, relationship building, and execution of the recruitment process.



The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or abilities required:

  • Direct knowledge of recruiting and talent acquisition strategies and practices
  • Experience with Applicant Tracking Systems required
  • Recruiting experience using social media (i.e. LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, etc.) experience is required
  • Creative mindset for suggesting ideas that improve talent pool sources.
  • Maintain and track all social media platforms used for recruiting to ensure maximum visibility and brand recognition.
  • Ability to develop and communicate appropriate metrics, interpret trends, and adjust strategies as needed in response to change
  • Customer focused, adaptable, has strong follow up and organizational skills
  • Experience with employment practices and human resource policies and procedure



The requirements listed below are the minimum degrees, certifications, knowledge, skill, and/or ability required of this position:

  • Bachelor’€™s degree required
  • Full life-cycle recruiting experience required
  • Valid Driver License and ability to maintain an acceptable, safe driving record
  • HR Certification, or willingness to complete


Contact Name: Emilee Costner

Phone: 405-595-3246
Website: www.bobmoore.com/careers

Human Resources Director

Company: City of Altus
Location: Altus, Oklahoma



Are you a people person? We have the ultimate position for you! You will be helping to welcome and orient new employees to the organization; coordinating policies and programs and ensuring that the City of Altus is in compliance with employment laws and regulations. You will assist departments in improving their training, and performance, and assist with compensation and benefits to the employees. In addition, you will be supervising 1 to 2 employees. You will be working under the guidance and direction of the City Manager.


City of Altus (population 19,214) is a full-service local government organization with approximately 215 full-time and 55 part-time employees. Some of the benefits available to City of Altus employees include: vacation, holiday, and sick leave; health, vision, and dental insurance; retirement options.


Bachelor’s or Master’€™s degree in human resource management, public or business administration preferred; however, years of experience may be substituted for educational preferences; 3 to 5 years’ experience in human resources preferred; Previous supervisory experience preferred.


Typical working hours: Monday to Friday 8 am to 5 pm
Salary: DOE (Depends on Experience)
FLSA Status: Exempt


Contact Name: Elizabeth Moncada

Phone: 580-481-2229

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