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Employment and Benefits Supervisor

Edwards Aquifer Authority

San Antonio, Texas 78215
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Full Time
1st Shift
  • Benefits
  • Diversity
  • Employment/Recruitment
  • Employee Relations
  • Training/Development
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Job Details



Employment & Benefits Supervisor



Human Resources Director



Administration & Financial Services



Annual Salary:



Human Resources




8:00AM-5:00PM (M-F)


Directs and performs daily coordination of Human Resources management activities to carry out the mission of the Edwards Aquifer Authority.



Coordinates the development and implementation of all facets of benefits & recruitment and selection programs; provides direction and manages daily operational activities of the Benefits and Recruitment functions; assists in the development and implementation of personnel policies and procedures; works closely with Director to coordinate implementation of assigned programs; advises managers and employees on human resource matters pertaining to areas of responsibility; oversees the recruitment process and assists in the selection of new employees; reviews, updates, and maintains current records of job descriptions and accountabilities; conducts training in areas of responsibility; administers employee recognition program; workers compensation program; uniform inventory program; maintains EAA personnel records, insurance, benefits, and leave records and files; monitors changes in benefits, personnel policies, human resources laws and practices, and recommends new approaches, policies and procedures to effect continual improvements in efficiency of the department and services performed; coordinates annual workshop on employee benefits; administers the Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action programs and creates diversity/affirmative action reports as needed; maintains employee/position count and processes turnover analysis; supervises staff; and performs other duties as assigned by the supervisor.



Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources Management, or Business Administration, plus minimum of five years of progressive responsibility of which two years must be in a supervisory capacity; or Master’s degree plus three years of progressive responsibility of which two years must be in a supervisory capacity; experience in recruitment and selection; compensation; benefits, and in development of appraisal systems; knowledge of Federal and State Equal Employment Opportunity and labor laws, grievance procedures, salary surveys, and public personnel practices; use of Microsoft Office software (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access) preferred; strong oral, written, and organizational skills; and the ability to exercise initiative, independent judgment and responsibility; a valid driver’s license; and ability to operate a motor vehicle.



Job performance may require: listening, seeing, sitting, talking; occasional reaching, grasping, lifting, handling, pulling or pushing; balancing and carrying of items such as boxes of materials, books, etc. with weights not exceeding 25 pounds; limited walking, standing, stooping, and bending; some irregular hours and long workdays and moderate levels of stress. Job is performed primarily in an office environment with infrequent trips to other offices and limited exposure to weather conditions.


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