As of Wednesday December 11, 2013 the
following positions are available.
Assistant Director Human Resources
Degree in Business Administration or in Human Resources and a minimum five years
of related experience; or an equivalent combination of education and related
experience required. SPHR or PHR
Assistant Director performs limited supervisory and administrative duties in
the Human Resources Department. Work involves assisting in the development and
administration of personnel ordinances, policies, and procedures and assisting
in ensuring adherence to applicable laws and regulations. This position assists
with FMLA, Workers Compensation Insurance and Group Health Insurance. Applicant should have exceptional
interpersonal and communication skills both written and verbal with the ability
to handle confrontation in a professional manner. Duties include, but are not limited to:
Assists department heads
and elected officials with the development of specific action plans to address
employee’s issues and concerns.
Assist in day to day
administration of the Human Resources Department, including recruiting,
training and development, wage/benefit administration, compliance with Federal
and State laws and legislation.
Analyze wage and salary
reports and data to determine competitive compensation plan. Participate in salary surveys.
Assist and advise
department heads and elected officials regarding inquiries about personnel
policies, procedures and regulations.
participates in unemployment hearings. Prepare quarterly unemployment and
worker’s comp reports. Answer questions regarding terminated employees
unemployment claims. Assists with
Assists with development
of personnel policies and procedures, adherence to federal, state and local
laws and regulations.
Possess written and
verbal skills for effective communication and the ability to lead group
presentations and trainings.
Assumes duties of the
Human Resources Director in her absence; Maintains confidentiality in all
aspects of the job.
will commensurate based on experience.
Please apply at the Brazoria County Human Resources Department at 111 E.
Locust, Suite 103A, Angleton TX. 77566 or applications
may be obtained at www.brazoria-county.com.
LVN-Heath Dept. (Full-time in Alvin area)
school diploma or equivalent, and technical training in state-approved school of
vocational nursing, and at least one year of nursing experience in a hospital,
school or doctor’s office, or equivalent combination of education and
experience. Duties include, but are not
limited to: Operates computer to record and retrieve information using both
IMMTRAC and TWICES automated tracking system; inventories vaccines; transfers
vaccine from main refrigerator to shot room refrigerator to store daily
vaccines, excluding frozen vaccine, without breaking cold chain cycle; ensures
both main and shot room refrigerators are protected with plug guards; maintains
and records temperature on C-105 for both refrigerators; completes new TVFC
Eligibility Form for each new client; refers clients to WIC when applicable,
such as pregnant women and women with children under four; answers telephone
and provides information to clients; attends staff/safety meetings; performs
lab duties such as drawing blood; performs related work as necessary and/or as
assigned; ensures client confidentiality as stated in HIPPA Privacy Notice;
cooperates fully with Department of State Health Services survey teams;
supervises Immunization Clerk in absence of Public Health RN and/or as
necessary as set forth by Health Director and Supervisor of Nurses. Hours are Monday-Friday, 8:00 A.M. to 5:00
P.M. and starting salary range is $17.01 to $20.31 per hour, depending on
qualifications and experience. Please
apply at the Brazoria County Human Resources Department, or applications may be
obtained and submitted at this website.
Drug Court Program Administrator (Full-time) (Weekdays 8am-5pm, occasional flex
Basic Minimum Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree in social work, psychology, criminal justice, or a related
field and five (5) years of professional experience involving substance abuse
and treatment programs, which includes interactions with related aspects of the
court system and administration. A
minimum of three (3) years of experience working with non-profit administration,
grant administration or resource development; or an equivalent combination of
training and experience is preferred.
Applicants must pass all criminal background checks and drug tests. The applicant must be knowledgeable about the
adult criminal justice system and demonstrate familiarity in the development
and enforcement of drug court standards and guidelines. This individual must be able to communicate
effectively with departmental, court-related personnel, and function as a team
player with local/state/federal criminal justice agencies. The Drug Court Program Administrator also
develops processes for the ongoing monitoring of treatment providers; conducts
site visits; reviews progress reports and other provider reporting; compares
provider services such as residential, intensive out-patient and residential
treatment placements; develops and negotiates contracts and/or memorandums of
understanding for healthcare services; researches and coordinates professional
medical services with various healthcare providers; identifies gender, age, family
and culturally-related treatment services to ensure suitable placement;
monitors the effectiveness of imposed sanctions; continuously reviews all
aspects of program administration; seeks out and applies for available grant
funding; monitors and reports on the use of grant funds; creates and maintains
data collection systems, including participant demographics and background
data; analyzes data to identify trends and recommend course of action; monitors
cases from application through admission, program participation and completion;
tracks participant relapses or violations; represents the Drug Court Program
with external agencies and organizations, and as the representative for
multi-jurisdictional meetings; acts as liaison between the court system and
service providers; oversees the Drug Court Program’s administrative functions;
establishes and maintains a professional work environment while providing
leadership and direction; promotes positive morale, creativity and teamwork
among staff; keeps current with applicable laws, regulations and clinical
developments; creates grant budget and manages expenditures for grant-related
expenses. Skills in the use of a computer are necessary, specifically,
knowledge of Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, and Outlook. Starting salary is negotiable depending on
education and experience. The work
schedule will be forty hours per week, Monday through Friday from 8AM to 5PM,
or additional hours as required by job.
Please apply at the Brazoria County Human Resources Dept. or
Applications may also be obtained at this website or at the Brazoria County Courthouse Human Resources
Children’s Specialist-Freeport Library
Degree (B. S.) from an accredited four year college or university, and at least
three years library experience is preferred in the areas of supervision,
reference, collection development, community relations and children’s
literature. Essential duties and
responsibilities include the following.
Other duties may also be assigned.
and coordinates children’s services and programs; presents a weekly story time
and implements a special summer reading program for the branch
a highly-visible public relations program for children’s services in the
community, including schools and other organizations
and maintains materials for children’s collection
for the branch and staff while the Branch Manager is not in the building.
hours per week, Saturdays and evenings as scheduled. Starting salary is $2,624 per month. Please apply at the Brazoria County Human
Resources Dept. or applications may be obtained and submitted at this website.