Careers in Pflugerville ISD

Mission Statement

The mission of the Pflugerville ISD Office of Human Resources is to provide the highest level of service in recruiting, processing, and retaining a qualified and diverse staff.

Goals of HR

  • Support equal employment opportunities for all.
  • Be active in maintaining an employee group that is ethnically diverse.
  • Continue reforming personnel processes for greater efficiency and effectiveness.



Staff Directory 

Freddie McFarland
Interim Executive Director of Human Resources &
Administrative Services
(512) 594-0015
  • Employee Relations - Central Office
  • Oversight and management of all HR functions
  • Supervision of all HR staff
  • Employment decisions
  • District staffing & compensation with CFO
  • Supervisory practices (evaluation systems) / leadership development
  • Student / Parent Issues

Joy Camp 
Position Management Specialist
(512) 594-0022

  • Elementary processes
  • Salaries - Inquiry and Adjustments
  • Employee Data Sheet
  • New Employees, changes to current employees and exiting employees
  • Employment Contracts
  • Service Records for Exiting Employees
  • HR Website Maintenance
Eddie Curran, M.Ed
Coordinator of Secondary Staffing
(512) 594-0039
  • Employee Relations - Secondary
  • Student Teachers
Pam Felkner
Application Systems Specialist
(512) 594-0028
  • Applitrack system - process and inquiries
  • Criminal History checks
  • Fingerprinting
  • Job Postings
  • I-9 processing

Jennifer Engdale
Human Resources Generalist
(512) 594-0015

  • General HR Inquiries & proxy cards
  • Assists with HR policies and procedures
  • New employee processing - New Employee Information Session (NEIS)
  • Recruitment preparation
Renee Maule 
Compensation Analyst/Position Management Supervisor
(512) 594-0021
  • Secondary processes
  • Salaries - inquiry and adjustments
  • Stipends
  • Employee Data Sheets
  • New Employees, changes to current employees and exiting employees
Patricia Reyna Henry, M.Ed 
Director of Human Resources
(512) 594-0027
  • Employee Relations - Elementary
  • Oversees HR Department
  • District recruitment
  • Strategic district marketing
  • New employee support
  • Staffing Allocations
  • Campus Rosters
  • Student Teachers
Sylvia Hernandez, M.BA
Assistant Director of Human Resources
(512) 594-0042
  • Employee Relations - Auxilary & Para Professional Staff
  • Oversight and support for hourly employment services
  • Reviews and processes requests for district records
  • Assists PISD hiring officials in resolution of employee grievances
  • Investigation of formal complaints

Robin Speer
Certification Supervisor
(512) 594-0023


  • Certifications
  • NCLB 'Highly Qualified' compliance
  • Assists in monitoring of staffing allocations
  • Supervise Application systems and New Employee Information
  • Monitors Student Teachers

Andrea Spencer 
Personnel Specialist
(512) 594-0029

  • Bi-Weekly processes
  • Maintaining personnel files
  • Personnel changes/updates
  • Receipt of service records and transcripts
  • Processing of exiting employees personnel files and service records

Shari Thorn
Executive Assistant to the Board
(512) 594-0012


  • Facilitate Board of Trustees
  • HR Budget
  • Job Fairs/Recruiting Schedule

Rebecca Vera

Human Resources Specialist

  • Applitrack system - process and inquiries
  • Criminal History checks
  • Fingerprinting
  • Job Postings
  • I-9 processing

Please note:  Questions regarding actual paychecks, leave issues, deductions, TRS, W-2's, W-4's, should be directed to the Payroll Department, 594-0030.

Equal Employment Opportunity Statement:

The district shall not fail or refuse to hire or discharge any individual, or otherwise discriminate against any individual with respect to compensation, terms, conditions, or privileges of employment because of the individual’s race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. Nor shall the district limit, segregate, or classify its employees or applicants for employment in any way that would deprive or tend to deprive an individual of employment opportunities or otherwise adversely affect the status as an employee because of the individual’s race, color, religion, sex or national origin.