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    1. RETAIL HUMAN RESOURCES FIELD SPECIALIST at Cabela's Inc.

      Cabela’s has an opening for a Full Time Human Resources Field Specialist at our. Maintain human resource information systems....

    2. Compliance Specialist at Sonic Drive-In

      Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Business Administration or related field. One to three years of experience in human resources as a HR generalist or...

    3. HRIS Specialist at Sonic Drive-In

      Education Bachelors’ degree in Human Resources, Business Management, Information Systems or related field preferred....

    4. Compensation Specialist at American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy

      Bachelor’s degree in Business, Human Resources, Finance, required. Minimum 2 years experience in HRIS systems and compensation is preferred....

    5. Human Resources Generalist at First Fidelity Bank

      The Human Resources Generalist helps manages day-to-day operations of the Human Resources department including:....

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    1. HR Assistant

      BASIC FUNCTION: The Human Resources Assistant is responsible for the day-to-day administration and compliance of the HR function with Red Rock Behavioral Health Services. This individual will also manage the HRIS (Human Resources Information System) and will serve as an integral member of the Red Rock BHS Human Resources team. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:   Maintain employee ...

    2. HR Supervisor - Oklahoma City, OK

      INTERESTED? No need to call, simply go to our website and submit your resume directly there, http://www.frontlinesourcegroup.com/ HR Supervisor - Oklahoma City, OK- Direct Hire Frontline Source Group - temporary staffing and direct hire firm - is offering an excellent opportunity to join the team of one of our top Oklahoma City clients. Features and Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision ...

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