Chief Human Resources Officer
J.D. Wetsel Building, Room 101
1225 W. Mitchell St., Suite 101
Box 19176, Arlington, TX 76019
Phone: 817-272-5554 - Fax: 817-272-7288
HR MISSION, VISION, CORE VALUES
Our Core Values
HR Focus Areas 3-5 Years
HR Service Delivery
HR Process Improvement
HR Technology, Data, Visualization & Reporting
HR SERVICE DELIVERY
In order to ensure we are serving UTA in the best way and meeting our vision and mission aspirations we must first begin ensuring that we are set up for success. This 4 Tier approach structures our services to ensure we are providing the best service to the UTA community.
TIER 1 - SELF SERVICE
Actions an employee at UTA can do for themselves through HR Portals.
TIER 2 - UNIT LIAISONS
Actions or inquires that will need entry level support from a Unit HR Representative.
TIER 3 - HR ONE STOP
Actions or consulting that will need assistance from Frontline HR experts.
TIER 4 - CENTERS OF EXCELLENCE
Actions that will need to be escalated to a SME within HR.
HR ORGANIZATIONAL CHART
We prepare people for their careers, empower our faculty, and supply the world with fresh ideas and determined talent. Our strong central organization makes those things possible.
The Office of Human Resources strives to advance the University mission and promote a quality work environment for our employees by attracting, developing, and inspiring excellence in a diverse and inclusive campus community. Our role is to ensure faculty, staff, retirees, and potential employees receive guidance on various HR topics through valuable and innovative services.
Put your Passions to Work
Are you a student looking for an exciting employment opportunity within the university that will help you grow career skills and even explore ways to use your degree?
UTA offers employees health insurance, life insurance, vision, dental, and retirement, as well as discounts and other Maverick Country perks.Benefits
Apply for a job online, attend an event, and learn more about careers at UTA.More information
On a mission to eliminate barriers to higher education
The University of Texas at Arlington’s TRIO program received grants worth nearly $4 million from the U.S. Department of Education to help low-income students, first-generation students and unemployed or low-wage workers access higher education.
Manager Toolkit Assessing Remote Workers
Managers provide guidance, support, training, and organization to ensure employees can perform their jobs. They use University resources wisely to deliver results effectively. Managers are also responsible for meeting the goals of their business units and departments. Remote work arrangements can help managers meet their goals in many ways. This step-by-step guide is designed to aid managers in determining whether remote work is an option for their employees