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Full Time
5/16/2019
The Woodlands
Our story starts with a simple universal truth: Every business is a people business. Our people are our greatest assets at Alight Solutions because People Matter! We want you to join our company with 25 years of industry experience. Be Real with Alight and help us re-imagine how people and organizations thrive. We are now hiring ambitious, motivated Customer Care Representatives to work in our team focused premier HR contact centers. In this role, you will be on the front-line of care, ensuring the customer understands his or her health benefits, helping to navigate the annual enrollment process, qualifying a retirement plan withdrawal, or resolving payroll and other HR-related issues.

We Offer You A competitive total rewards package, continuing education & training, and tremendous potential with a growing worldwide organization: A full Benefits Package, starting on your first day of employment Health, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance and more. A 401k plan that includes a corporate match. Three weeks (15 days) of paid vacation and six paid holidays per calendar year. Career Development & Growth:  We provide ongoing training, coaching and development. We reward continuous improvement and encourage you to own your own development.  Take advantage of some of the best training and tools in the world to learn more about multiple areas of Human Resources!
As a Customer Care Representative, a typical day may include the following: Handling a high volume of inbound calls from our clients’ employees to answer questions, provide education, and solve complex HR and financial issues related to their health care benefits, 401k savings and retirement plans, leaves of absence, payroll, etc.  Processing transactions such as health enrollments, tax and direct deposit updates, 401k withdrawals or contributions, and retirement elections.  This may include additional research and ongoing casework. Leveraging your computer navigation skills to toggle between multiple screens and systems to provide answers and support. This may include assisting the caller in navigating the system as well.  Creating and updating files in our database and communicating with third parties to research and assist the customer with updates or inquiries.
 

Full Time
5/14/2019
Houston
Broad Function This position manages and directs activities of workers engaged to collect, process and pay vendor invoices and employee expense reimbursements in accordance to policies and procedures as well as ensuring service level agreements with internal and external parties are met consistently.  This position manages programs and tools used to administer accounts payable efficiently.
Essential Functions Promote, demonstrate and instill Brock’s Bsafe and Bbest culture in all aspects of the business Lead of team of accounts payable professionals to administer all aspects of accounts payable and employee expense reimbursements Develops and implements record keeping systems, forms, policies, and procedures related to processing payments, and other accounts payable activities Partner and collaborate with Procurement/Operations on various Procurement-to-Pay (P2P) activities Shared Services – Accounts Payable Process owner for all controls related to accounts payables and employee expense reimbursements Manage the open payable vendor confirmation process with oversight on vendor statement reconciliations prepared by accounts payable specialists Support month-end closing activities including reconciliation of accounts payable subledger to general ledger trial balance accounts Manage various cash disbursement controls including positive pay processes, cancelled checks and payment distribution Manages interfaces and data transfers between various systems to ensure all transactions have been posted Manage service level agreements to ensure proper customer service administration Shared Services - Travel & Entertainment (T&E) Administration Manage travel card (credit card) administration in accordance to policies and procedures Oversee audit of expense reimbursement reports Other Manage various system implementation projects involving ERP, bank, and card programs Manage reporting of accounts payable data to various stake holders including Treasury

Full Time
5/9/2019
2 Locations
Full Time
5/8/2019
Beaumont
The Business Development Manager, is responsible for direct regional sales, promoting Brock Group and pursuing business development opportunities through networking, direct sales and market research.
Primary Duties: Assists in achieving profitable growth by meeting objectives of the strategy and business plans. Pursuit and acquisition of new business as well as maintenance and development of existing business within an assigned region. Experience with sophisticated CRM software (Sales Force), communication with operations teams and corporate offices relating to activity and progress. Identifies trendsetter ideas by researching industry and related events, publications, and announcements; tracking individual contributors and their accomplishments. Communicates effectively with clients and prospective clients to identify needs and evaluate our ability to provide solutions. Engages in sales and marketing activities and opportunities geared toward the growth and development of Brock Group. Closes new business deals by coordinating requirements; developing and negotiating contracts; integrating contract requirements with business operations. Protects organization's value by keeping information confidential. Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities; reading. professional publications; maintaining personal networks; participating in professional organizations. Enhances organization reputation by accepting ownership for accomplishing new and different requests; exploring opportunities to add value to job accomplishments. Ability to travel up to 60% of the work week.
Full Time
5/8/2019
Houston
The Legal Assistant must be extremely detail oriented and will support and perform a wide range of duties, under the supervision of the Company’s General Counsel. The Legal Assistant will enhance attorney effectiveness by developing case information, evidence, and settlement options; tracking cases; and, supporting attorney's litigation proceedings. The position will be based in the Company’s Houston headquarters office.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following, though other duties may be assigned. Scheduling/Coordinating depositions, hearings, mediations, arbitrations, etc. Monitoring Calendars and confirming case status with attorney. Draft correspondence and basic pleadings (i.e. Notice of Hearings, Subpoenas, Notices of Appearance) Preparing documents necessary for attorney appearances. Assist Attorneys with trial preparation. Clerical and administrative support to other members of the Legal department as needed Review, process and respond to subpoena requests. Complete the required Proof of Claims paperwork for Customers who have filed bankruptcy. Creating and submitting expense reports for the General Counsel Reviewing and submitting weekly all legal spend for payment processing. Gathering, reviewing and organizing documents, in response to litigation discovery requests. Document prep and redline comparisons Managing and organizing legal databases Legal Research Working with the Operations team to gather job information and create the proper pre-lien notices
Full Time
5/1/2019
Houston
Quality Inspector
Description Assure consistent quality of production by developing and enforcing Standard Operating Procedures (SOP); validating processes; providing documentation; supplied product verification; finished product testing; employee training. A Quality Assurance Inspector is expected to work with ISCO management and staff to maintain a high level of quality performance, by implementing and validating company quality processes and procedures. Such quality related activities may include but are not limited to: Ensuring product specifications and quality attributes are achieved; Measuring production; Documenting evidence; Determining operational and performance qualification; Writing and updating quality assurance procedures; Inspecting product to determine compliance with order specifications, company's quality control system for compliance with legal requirements, and shipping and packing facilities for conformity to specified standards Maintains and improves product quality by completing product, company, system, compliance, and surveillance audits; investigating customer complaints; collaborating with other members of management to develop new manufacturing and training methods to achieve a high level of customer service and process continued improvement. Prepare quality documentation and reports by collecting, analyzing and summarizing information and trends including Non-Conformance Reports (NCR), Corrective Preventative Action Reports (CPAR) and customer loyalty Index (CLI). Calibrate test equipment. Maintain accurate and organized records of QA activities. Recommend, champion and execute program enhancements. Perform other duties as assigned (Hydrotesting, etc.) Minimum Qualifications for Consideration
Full Time
5/1/2019
Houston
Structural Steel Detailer with Project Management Job Summary: Harsco's Industrial Group has been providing tailor-made products in a broad spectrum of industries for nearly 100 years. Our consultative approach to sales provides our customers with practical, meaningful solutions and top-flight support, along with the best known and most respected products in their markets. Maintaining significant business relationships over the long haul is no accident - it's our tradition. Harsco Industrial IKG has been leading the grating industry by providing value-added solutions to our customers. We have an opportunity for a Structural Steel detailer with project management experience at our Channelview, TX IKG division office. The position is directly responsible and dedicated to the overall project execution to include monitoring project, project specific schedules, work assignments, scopes.
Primary Responsibilities: Act as primary interface with customer during the engineering phase of the project. Provides Initial Contract review, detailing, or job set-up for outside detailing groups and project coordination. Develop project schedule and forecasts for plant master schedule. Maintains oversight of buyout products as required. Resolves issues or involves appropriate departments for resolution. Reviews contract additions and deletions. Provides or coordinates scope changes to detailing groups and sales. Develops or manages requests for information. Checks project status upon receipt of changes and evaluates impact. Monitors job schedules and provides forecasting input. Responsible for coordinating surveillance inspections with customers. Coordinates necessary drawings and model requirements with customer. Pre-emptive jobsite visits. Attend project kick-off meetings as required.
Full Time
4/30/2019
Deer Park
Full Time
4/30/2019
Oklahoma City
The Site Safety Supervisor performs, supports, assists and conducts activities of the Brock job site. This will include and not be limited to all activities of the corporate, client and site safety and health programs. This individual may be in a dual position – safety / supervisor, foreman on smaller sites.
Job Responsibilities: Ensure site is following and complying with all Brock and client Health, Safety and Environmental procedures and requirements. Manage the sites VPP effort and ensure the VPP binders are consistently and constantly maintained with appropriate, relevant and updated information. Ensure sites compliance with the 4 elements of VPP. Develop and conduct site Safety and Health orientation for new and/or rehired employees. Manage incidents to ensure lowest possible impact to employee and company. Develop and present safety meetings and training as needed and required. Establish treatment centers at project locations in case of medical need. Formulate relationship with local occupational physician. Develop site incident/injury management protocol and ensure it is followed. Maintain a professional interface with clients, management, supervisors and employees. Maintain cooperative working relationship at all levels. Maintain site readiness for company and client audits. (ie, PSM) Perform all duties in an independent manner. Maintain flexibility and work with changing priorities as needed. Provide notification of anticipated absences. Maintain a professional appearance and demeanor at all times. Perform multiple daily job site visitations and auditing. Perform quarterly site audit as described in Brock Safety and Health Manual procedure B.4.b, using the Safety, Health & Environmental Compliance Audit form. Maintain record review and retention. Provide a weekly incident summary to BMI Director, HSE each Monday morning by 8 am. Provide First-Aid treatment when certified and appropriate. Review, evaluate, analyze THA’s, HAP’s, and BEST Observations Ensure monitoring equipment is calibrated at least monthly, ie. H2S, Co2, etc. Complete all required metric and statistical reports as required. Communicate and document audits, both formal and informal. Perform monitoring activities as needed; i.e., air sampling, noise sampling, etc. Participate in incident investigations, root cause analysis and ensure timely completion of reports, etc. Perform multiple B.E.S.T. observations daily and evaluate trends. Ensure B.E.S.T. Observation program is implemented and Support the Brock Substance Abuse Program. Review incoming safety correspondence and act accordingly. Review new chemicals and MSDS’s. Maintain site MSDS book and chemical inventory. Provide on-going support for project safety related needs. Conduct required training and maintain site training matrix.
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