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Human Resources

We are committed to providing courteous and quality service to our staff. We provide new and innovative ways to improve our processes and service delivery. We are available to assist in the areas of Employment, Employee Relations, Staff Training and Professional Development, Worker's Compensation, Benefits and Compensation and the Human Resources Information System. We also provide payroll services via Integrated Payroll Services (iPS). 

 

Please feel free to contact the Office of Human Resources with your questions. Our goal is to provide extraordinary service in a professional manner.  We believe that "to whom much is given, much is required;" and we accept the challenge.

 

Thanks for visiting our website!

-Joycelyn Ford

Employment Opportunities

HEC is always looking for new and capable talent. Please view available job openings below:

Job Openings 

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Employment Application

Please send resumes/cover letters and employment inquiries to applications@hecstl.org.

Employee Only Access

Professional Development

Growth and development is an ongoing process for all levels for the HEC employees. The Professional and Technical after Professional Development workshops are designed to assist HEC employees build valuable work skills and improve individual performance by increasing knowledge and enhancing productivity.  The professional development listing for local and national seminars and conferences that are offered by HEC and other vendors are listed below:

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Joycelyn Ford

Joycelyn Ford

Director of Human Resources
734 West Port Plaza Drive, Suite 273
St. Louis, MO 63146
Office: 314.985.8834

Mobile: 314.985.7795
Email: jford@hecstl.org

Office Hours: 9:00am – 5:00pm

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HR News

In light of the rapidly changing scenario we’re facing and the increase in telework, stress and anxiety levels may also be rising. We recognize the importance to share resources to help our community stay healthy both physically and mentally. Below you will find a collection of Work/Life and Wellness resources that we’ve gathered for you. We hope you will incorporate them in your new work-from-home routine and take advantage of the benefits they’ll bring you.

                                                     -Joycelyn Ford