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Full Time
11/16/2018
Houston
IT FEELS GOOD HERE. A feeling remarkably different than that of a chain or branded hotels.
Human Resources Director Rated “One of the top 100 New Hotels in the World” by Condé Nast Traveler Magazine, Magnolia Houston, A Tribute Portfolio Hotel, was originally the home of the Houston Post Dispatch newspaper and later the corporate office for Shell Oil Company. After extensive renovations, this 1926 historic landmark is now one of Houston’s most distinct properties. The Magnolia Hotels Career Experience The Magnolia Hotels career experience is a partnership of your talents, skills and personality with our resources, service success and professional standards.  Our facilities exhibit the beauty of historic preservation furnished with modern styling.    We are not a collection of workers in a mass of square footage.  We are entrepreneurs in a unique environment of our own creation. We are committed to service to our guests, employees and community. Every employee in the Hotel will touch success. We are diverse in opinion, culture and life experiences.
Duties & Functions of the Human Resources Director The HR Director has a broad scope of duties and functions, but most importantly the HR Director is the connection to the hourly staff and management personnel to create the Hotel culture of one team, many successes.
Some great benefits we offer:
$50 Metro bus card every month Medical, Dental, Vision after 30 days Birthday day off with pay We pay your citizen application fee We help towards your tuition We award you on your anniversary with a pair of shoes through Shoes for Crews We give back to school supplies every year for your children Discounted rooms at all Marriott Hotel properties.
Full Time
11/15/2018
Houston
Full Time
11/14/2018
LaPorte
Greif, Inc. (NYSE: GEF, GEF.B) is a global leader in industrial packaging products and services and is pursuing its vision to become the world’s best performing customer service company in industrial packaging. The company produces steel, plastic, fibre, flexible, corrugated, and reconditioned containers, intermediate bulk containers, containerboard and packaging accessories, and provides filling, packaging and industrial packaging reconditioning services for a wide range of industries. Greif also manages timber properties in the south eastern United States. The company is strategically positioned with more than 200 operating locations in more than 40 countries to serve global as well as regional customers. MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES Responsible for HR data entry of confidential employee records into the HRIS system, accuracy and completion of data input. Follow-up and troubleshoot questions for data integrity. Responsible for the compliance of the production employment process, relating to AAP/EEO data reporting and record retention. Coordinates interviews, pre-employment drug screening and background checks as requested. Assists assigned business units with production recruiting, selection, hiring and orientation of new hires that support the business strategy within the scope of state and federal employment laws. Conducts interviews with hourly candidates and makes initial recommendation for hire of candidates. Manages vendor relationship and candidate flow with local temporary employee agencies. May assist in the related activities of the relocation policy and expatriate policy for new hires/and or employee transfers. Generates reports and performs data analysis including recommendations to the plant management and HRBP. Provides HR support services including data entry, filing and tracking of information. Provides Human Resource transactional support to a business unit of up to 500 employees, ensuring administrative compliance with Human Resources policies, procedures, programs and governmental regulations. Provides first line employee relations support for basic issues. Assists with implementation of corporate programs, and identifies and implements programs to address human resources related business issues. Provides coaching and assistance to management on Workday issues, recommending solutions consistent with past practices and Company policies. Addresses concerns within the assigned business unit with Workday HRIS support, data integrity, and administrative compliance issues. Acts as a liaison between the assigned business unit and Alight for all data compliance and integrity concerns. Prepares documentation for review for Corporate Human Resources, Alight, or external legal regulatory agencies. Assists Company Industrial Relations representatives, Human Resources, and plant management with local contract administration compliance. Assists with implementation and communication of company policies and procedures as well as benefit and compensation policy. Conduct training and education sessions as required by the Human Resources team in conjunction with business needs. Participates in HR related projects as necessary.
Full Time
11/14/2018
LaPorte
Responsible for first line supervision of production employees (2 or more) in the safe, efficient, compliant and cost-effective lean manufacture of high-quality product at an industrial packaging plant. Ensures a safe, productive and efficient working environment while striving for continuous improvements in order to meet company objectives. In a large plant environment reports to a Superintendent. In a medium to small size plant reports directly to Plant Manager.
Major Responsibilities Continuously improves the group’s performance by implementing lean manufacturing concepts, techniques and processes. Effectively implements new performance management systems, production plans and performance criteria; runs shift meetings; confirms production progress; responds to delays; takes corrective actions; records KPI performance. Creates and implements group improvement plans. Ensures team understands roles and responsibilities as it relates to the team and core Greif. Encourages joint problem solving, personal safety, and individual development. Supports Greif mission, follows values of Greif and works to better Greif’s business as a whole. Incorporates and maintains safety observances, including but not limited to, use of all PPE by employees, ensuring guards and safety features are working, and promoting good safety practices and habits. Communicates goals and objectives, applies company policy, staffs, trains, coaches, recommends salary increases, administers discipline, insures positive employee relations and reviews the performance of employees. Performs other duties as assigned.
EEO STATEMENT We offer a competitive salary, excellent benefits and opportunity for growth. Greif, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer. We will not discriminate against any applicant or employee on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity, race, gender, religion, age, national origin, color, disability, or veteran status. EOE/Minority/Female/Disabled/Veteran. For more information read Greif’s Equal Opportunity Policy.
Full Time
11/8/2018
Humble
$13.00 / hr
Position Summary: Under the team leadership of the Store Manager, will assist in the day-to-day store operations to ensure the efficient and cost effective operation and stewardship of the Goodwill store to maximize profitability and increase training opportunities.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Ensure 100% customer and donor delight. Ensure the proper handling and processing of incoming donation flow in and out of the store in accordance with Goodwill policies and procedures. Assist in the scheduling and productive use of labor force. Assist Store Manager or Assistant Manager in the day-to-day operations of the store. Train, develop, and supervise team members. Assist in maintenance and ordering of supplies. Ensure store security according to agency policies and procedures. Assist the Store Manager or Assistant Manager in complying with Goodwill image and safety practices and procedures. Assist in the proper rotation of apparel and hard goods in a timely manner and in accordance with Goodwill’s policies and procedures. Keep abreast of merchandise knowledge, industry trends and competitive pricing. Ensure statistical counts (i.e. donor counts, apparel hung, etc.) are completed in an accurate and timely manner. Complete register pulls, readings, cash reports, daily activity reports, transmittal of reports and daily deposits in accordance with Goodwill’s policies and procedures. Responsible for performing assigned duties and management responsibilities within the framework of our Guiding Principles: We are committed to providing world-class customer service to all of our customers We are committed to a clean, neat, and organized store. The image of the store reflects Goodwill and the team Donors should be greeted in 10 seconds We are committed to a full store with full inventory Every time we touch a donation, something good should happen to it All donations should be processed within 24 hours If you have a pile, you have a problem Hard goods should be priority processed Material handling equipment is for moving donations, not storage Don’t fall in love with your donations… rotation is critical to success Donor Value should increase Profits should increase Must perform necessary janitorial work. Ability to multi-task, make quick decisions and work in a team oriented, fast paced environment. Must have punctual and dependable attendance. Free from alcohol and drugs. Assist with the security and safety of company employees and property. Successful complete job specific checklist within 90 days of employment. May be asked to participate in activities outside of Goodwill. Attend in-service and related training as assigned by Store Manager. Other duties as assigned by Store Manager or Assistant Manager.
Full Time
10/31/2018
Houston
This position provides corporate operational support to the Senior Vice President of Operations.In addition, it provides vision, leadership and the overall direction and management in all aspects of developing and growing new and existing business for EVS/Patient Transportation/Laundry and Linen Distribution. Directs and oversees the EVS/Patient Transportation/Laundry and Linen Distribution management level employee discipline, evaluating policy and procedure development, job description development and other Human Resource duties as assigned.
Essential Duties
Operations: Responsible for the financial performance of the division’s budgets. Maintains a close working relationship with the Senior Vice President of the division to ensure consistency of programs/standards within ABM Healthcare.  Maintains and promotes customer service at all times to both internal and external customers. Creates, distributes, and maintains all necessary reports and documentation for the division.  Submits reports to the Senior Vice President of the division in an accurate and timely manner. Supports Sales team by participating in RFP/RFI pre-survey reviews Actively participates in all aspects of surveys, proposal development, account site tours, sales conference calls, meetings and client presentations Reviews and approves all program costs including any indirect involvement for new business prior to final executive approval Assists Sales and Marketing team in developing marketing materials to promote EVS/Patient Transportation/Laundry and Linen Distribution and related services including brochures, case studies, publication articles, etc. and attends conferences and supports trade show exhibits Identifies new business developments and proactively addresses existing client growth, reduction or expansion needs.  Recommends process, operational or site improvements. Is responsible for working with, developing, and providing hands-on support to the Regional Director of Operations.  Conducts periodic scheduled account site visits to ensure optimal client satisfaction and program integrity in regards to established policies and procedures, objectives, quality assurance, safety and environmental and infection control. Manages multiple site operations including budget control, budget preparation, implementation, management and reporting. Ensures and maintains regulatory compliance with all agencies including HIPAA, Public Health, and The Joint Commission.
Human Resources: Works with recruiting and hires qualified applicants for open positions:  ensuring adequate staff to meet operational requirements. Oversees the development of all job descriptions and employee evaluation forms. Assists in Labor Counsel/Labor Negotiations when needed. Liaisons with account managers in advising disciplinary action for employees and other human resource inquiries.
Full Time
10/24/2018
Houston
Full Time
9/11/2018
Houston
This position is responsible for oversight of all financial affairs of the Museum. This includes the management of all business processes and effective financial management of the  Museum’s operating, capital and development budgets. Additionally, the CFO recommends and implements appropriate policies and internal control procedures to safeguard the Museum’s assets and works with the CEO and the Finance and Audit Committee of the Board of Directors to insure accountability and solvency.
Responsibilities and Duties: Financial management Financial Reporting (general ledger, account reconciliations, internal reporting to management and Board of Directors, external reporting to public in accordance with GAAP)
Accounts Payable Cash Management, wire transfers, petty cash, deposits of receipts Tracking of restricted donations and proper expenditures against restricted grants Budgeting including coordination with Museum departments to compile annual budget; tracking budget/actual Provide periodic/timely financial analysis of museum activity to CEO and Board Chair and Audit and Finance Committee Chair
Financial Processes Development, implementation and execution of internal control environment, fiscal policies and procedures Implementation of financial software and liaison with IT support Payroll and HR Support Payroll input and liaison with PEO Record and track vacation, sick leave
Compliance Tax Compliance – Form 990, Sales tax reporting, response to donors’ Form 8283, Form 1099s Contract compliance as it relates to financial matters Compliance with 501(c)(3) rules and regulations
Board Support Maintains corporate books and records as Board Secretary/Treasurer and liaise with the Board of Directors and Finance and audit committee as required
Internal Coordination Work as part of Senior Management Team to activate on short and long-term strategic issues Coordinate museum programs/operations departments (Admissions, Gift shop, Flight Operations. Education, Curator, Marketing, Facility rentals) to synchronize records and import data from Altru & Counterpoint systems which those departments control and generate data from program activities Coordinate with the Development team, supporting grant reporting for restricted contributions, stock donations sales, assistance with tax compliance for donations Ensure all relevant suspense and project dates are included on the master calendar
Strategic Plan and Budget Develop and execute an annual strategic plan. Develop and manage an annual department budget
Employee Oversight Conduct annual evaluations of subordinate employees

The Lone Star Flight Museum is an equal opportunity employer.
Full Time
9/11/2018
Houston
POSITION OVERVIEWThis Development Associate is responsible for assisting the Development Team in fulfilling thefundraising objectives of the Museum. This person will provide project management andadministrative support to the Vice President of Development and the Development Managerand work in collaboration with them to ensure key initiatives and objectives are met.
ORGANIZATIONAL OVERVIEWLSFM opened at Ellington Airport in September 2017. The new facility serves to fulfill its mission to preserve Texas aviation history in an inspiring educational environment that meets the needs of students and visitors of all ages. Emphasizing the role of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), LSFM’s vision is to be a world-class educational museum linking an understanding of the past with inspiration for the future. Duties Notice: The statements below describe the essential duties of the person or personsassigned to this job. They are not intended as an exhaustive list of all job duties andresponsibilities.
Specific Duties and Responsibilities: Supports achieving Development Team strategic fundraising goals through positive andproductive interaction and collaboration with Museum staff, volunteers and donors. Assists in developing materials for use in cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding donors and prospects. Assists supervisor with special projects and preparation of deliverables for both internal and external stakeholders. Collects and compiles information from diverse sources, performs calculations, creates charts, graphs and spreadsheets and performs other related duties as requested. Supports the Annual Campaign and Comprehensive Campaign. Supports and helps manage key special events and donor activities. Types correspondence, donor acknowledgements, meeting notes, agenda and casestatement drafts. Working with confidential information on a daily basis, the Development Associate also prepares copies, files, and tracks correspondence, gift information and acknowledgements. Updates constituent information in Altru donor database including biographical andproposal information. Creates and produces Altru financial reports, constituent actionreports and other queries as needed. Develops and maintains donor/prospect tracking and event spreadsheets. Schedules donor and prospect meetings and confirms meeting times and places. Continues to expand industry knowledge of best practices and market trends.
The Lone Star Flight Museum is an equal opportunity employer.
Full Time
9/5/2018
Houston
Vintage Park, Spring-Klein, Clearlake, Meyerland
If you love a fun, busy, family-focused work environment, consider building your management career at Emler Swim School!  Discover why our employees earned us the awards Top 100 Places to Work, Top Workplaces 2017 (Austin American Statesman) and Best Places to Work (Central Texas)! Become an integral part of the management of a swim school, supervising and executing corporate plans and actions.  Emler Swim School’s is an industry leader, and our managers are trusted with guiding our successful teams, enjoy cross training, and are supported with excellent benefits.
Benefits of this salaried, leadership role: Health and dental insurance 401k with matching Employee referral bonuses Pet Insurance Discounts Ongoing training and development Summer and Holiday parties Paid Vacation and Bereavement Leave Holidays include Thanksgiving weekend
The Manager in Training program is a 12-month job rotational program consisting of on-the-job training with an emphasis on leadership development.  In a fast paced environment which is always evolving, MIT graduates have the advantage of leadership experience in all areas of Emler Swim School operations. Participants train and manage others at a Swim School in the following areas:  teaching, deck managing, scheduling, customer service, staffing, training and development, safety and more.  We hire into this management development program for manager positions in both Texas and Kansas.
An Emler entry level manager conveys the Emler culture to his/her team and is a creative team player who likes to work hard, have fun, and mentor others.  This is an active job, where you’ll spend your days in constant interaction with children, families, and your fun, friendly coworkers!
You’ll love our innovative approach and commitment to providing exceptional service for young families.  As leaders in a competitive industry, we are growing quickly in the communities we serve.  If you are searching for an opportunity for fun, challenging and meaningful work at a company which recognizes, celebrates and rewards success, apply to join our Manager in Training team.  
Full Time
9/5/2018
Houston
Vintage Park, Spring-Klein, Clearlake, Meyerland
Are you a talented leader with a caring heart?  If you love kids and like the water, join Emler's team of directors and managers at our award-winning swim schools.  We are seeking a fun, motivated Director-In-Training for a new Houston area swim school.  This is an opportunity to love your job, and build a career creating exceptional experiences for customers and employees.
Emler is an industry leader whose Directors guide teams and are supported with excellent benefits. Our recent awards include Top 100 Places to Work in DFW, and Best Places to Work in Central Texas! The new Houston Director will train along side an experienced Emler Director. Leadership experience is required; aquatic experience desired, but not required.

The Director-In-Training (DIT), a creative team player who likes to work hard and have fun, uses a diverse set of leadership skills. The DIT is responsible for inspiring a high-performing team while honing skills to supervise and manage site activities and responsibilities. It's an active job where you’ll spend your days working both in and out of the pool, in constant interaction with children, families, and your fun, friendly coworkers.
Benefits of this full-time, salaried position include: Health and dental insurance 401k with employer matching Paid Time Off (Vacation/Personal Leave) Performance-based commissions Swim Lesson and Swim Party employee discounts Employee Referral bonuses Discounted Rates on Pet Insurance (Nationwide) Duties include: Hiring, coaching, leading and inspiring a team of aquatic staff (and assist in overseeing Customer Service staff) Driving exceptional customer experiences and satisfaction leading by example, working front-line and through team development Leading regular team meetings and managing employee engagement Mastering Emler's teaching curriculum and customer service processes Participating in continuous improvement and development activities Creating and managing semester schedules Performing daily operations (teaching swimming, deck management, engaging customers and converting inquirers into customers, etc) Creating a caring, fun, friendly and effective work environment Calmly, positively and proactively responding to challenges
We teach over 35,000 students a year the life-saving skills they need to stay safe in the water, using a time-tested curriculum that helps every swimmer gain confidence and achieve their goals.  We are committed to our core values, to providing opportunities for growth and development, to saving lives, and to creating a work environment where you'll love your job!    "Swim up” your career ladder with Emler Swim School - a Texas Corporation making waves since 1975, providing "Safety…with a Splash of Love!"
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