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Plant HR Manager

Lear Corporation

Roscommon, N/A
9 days ago
Roscommon, N/A
9 days ago

As a member of the Human Resources team, the Plant HR Manager will be responsible for managing the HR department, overseeing employee engagement, administration of hiring, retention, employee systems and records, legal compliance and long-term staffing strategies.

The Role:

Your work will include, but not be limited to:

Sets policies for hiring and oversees adherence to EEOC and affirmative action programs and diversity goals set by the corporation.
Establishes policies that seek to increase retention rates and foster employee job satisfaction and high morale.
Lead employee engagement activities including workplace surveys, communication, and action planning.
Approves terminations, and exercises care that reasons are well documented and are not arbitrary or discriminatory.
Oversees maintenance of accurate and complete personnel records.  Ensures that rules concerning confidentiality and retention are followed.
Keeps abreast of legislation affecting human resources; trains management and monitors company policies to ensure compliance.
Oversees preparation of job descriptions and compensation programs.  Seeks incentive programs that encourage excellent performance and increase retention rates.
Reviews benefits and tries to maximize job satisfaction while keeping the cost of the benefits package under control.
Works with top management to set long-term staffing goals and strategies.
Oversees training and safety programs in context of compliance with government regulation.
Salaried and hourly employee development.
Responsible for center wide human resources planning and development.
Provides functional guidance for administrative support needs.

Your Qualifications:

A bachelor’s degree in Human Resources or related field
Over five years of experience in human resources with increasing supervisory responsibilities.
Thorough knowledge of laws affecting human resources administration.
Labor background; previous experience in union environment required.
Demonstrated management and organizational skills.
Must have Positive Employee Relations (labor) experience. i.e. working with hourly employees, conducting investigations, and holding disciplinary hearings.
Previous experience managing a large manufacturing site.
Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) certification preferred.
Ideally someone with leadership and strategic management of workforce
Workers compensation knowledge.

Bonus If You Have:

 Master’s degree
UAW experience

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HR Executive

Dalata Hotel Group

Galway
9 days ago
Galway
9 days ago

HR Executive – Maldron Hotel Oranmore Galway

We have a fantastic new vacancy for HR Executive in the excellent Maldron Hotel Oranmore Galway

 

Objective of the Role

Reporting to the HR Manager, the HR executive will provide support to the people operations of the hotel. They will also support in recruitment and selection, employee engagement and training & development of our talented employees.

Key Duties and Responsibilities

  • Lead / Support recruitment and selection for the hotel.
  • Drive Training and Development for employees of the hotel.
  • Support HR Administrative duties.
  • Be a trusted advisor to the hotel management team.

Requirements:

  • 1 years experience in Human resources.
  • Experience or exposure to Recruitment and Selection.
  • Ability to drive Training and Development and drive succession planning.
  • Experience in the hotel or hospitality industry is desired but not essential

About our culture:

Dalata Hotel Group – Ireland’s largest hotel group has a number of exciting positions on the horizon. As Dalata continues to grow and expand in Ireland and the UK it’s more important than ever to have the right team alongside us, in the near future we will be opening the doors of new hotels creating many jobs and investing millions in the Irish and UK economy.

We lead through our Dalata values of “Our People, Our Fairness, Our Service and Our Individuality”. If you have the right attitude and energy you will have great opportunities to progress within the group. Our company is a place where you can do great things – individually and as a team. You will have the opportunity to develop your talent, be recognised and rewarded for your commitment and pursue a fulfilling career. We also have a number of unique and recognised training programmes to aid your professional and personal development and pride ourselves on creating an objective, supportive and fair working environment for our employees.

Dalata Hotel Group Plc is an Equal Opportunities Employer.

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HR Manager

MRINetwork Jobs

Dublin
1 day ago
Dublin
1 day ago

Talent Partners are looking to recruit an outstanding HR Business Partner to join a fantastic client company. We are looking to identify someone who has a passion for people, business and process! As the lead HR professional in our client’s company, your take will be to created and manage an environment and culture where our team can be the best they can be.

Have you got the right skills to build everlasting, meaningful and purposeful relationships with your colleagues? Can you identify those that are top talent and put in the right tools to help them grow with us?

This role has arisen in our client’s company because of restructuring within our HR Function. This role will take the lead for the HR Function for the UK and Irish business and support employees globally with all engagement initiatives inclusive of training and culture events. You will have plenty of opportunity to grow, train and take advantage of promotion opportunities whilst mentoring & being supported by our HR Administrator.

The role reports into a Senior member of our Leadership team with plenty of access to the Group Leadership Team. There is a heavy emphasis on Employee Relations to include policy updates, implementation and manager capability training and support. This role will hold responsibility, in conjunction with the SLT, for employee selection, workforce management, motivation and retention and internal customer service.

On successful hire your duties and responsibilities will include:
• HR Planning – Forecasting roles, skills assessments, skills planning, budget planning
• Recruitment – Role Profile creation, interviewing, selection through to onboarding
• Training & Development – Budget Management, Skills gap analysis, training sourcing, coaching and mentoring
• Performance Management – Effective onboarding, probation management and performance conversations to ensure career development and progression across the organisation
• Values – Ensuring values are embodied in all of the HR People activities across the Organisation.
• Compensation and Benefits – Benefit Management, Regular benchmarking to ensure we are competitive with Market
• HRIS – Management of our Internal HR Systems
• Reporting – Absence Management, Retention and Attrition
• Culture – Lead within our Culture HR Initiatives from planning, roll out and oversight through to analysis of Cultural Effectiveness
• Contract and Legislation Management and Roll out for UK and IE entities
• Employee Integration – Remote Working Committee, Tech Talks and other Employee integration initiatives you may lead or drive
• Departure Management – Exit Interviews, Offboarding, Process Management
• Management Partnering – Upskill the management group on best practice around tackling ER and performance management issues.
• HR Administration – Payroll prep with Finance, guidance and advice
• Be actively involved in the facilitation and management of all people initiatives and program rollout.
• Drive a positive Employee Engagement culture with a strong focus on the Mental Health and wellbeing of every single colleague.
• Influence, coach and drive impact through effective working relationships
To be considered for interview, your skills and experience will include:
The successful candidate should be able to demonstrate:
• 7-8+ years of HR experience in a true HR Business Partner environment.
• Strong Employment Law knowledge in Ireland and the UK
• A proven background and reputation as being a “Doer”, the person who executes strategy and gets things done.
• The ability to work with managers to increase their capabilities around all things HR, particularly Employee Relations.
• Must have demonstrated effective multitasking and project management skills
• Must have strong interpersonal, collaboration and communication skills and be able to build relationships at all levels of the organisation. You will be partnering with a complex set of stakeholders to drive organizational change
• Candidate would need to bring a can do, entrepreneurial attitude and a focus on impact
• Strong analytical and problem-solving skills and business acumen
• Keen to continue learning and developing their skillset, having a growth mindset
• BA/BSc preferably in HR with CIPD
• Prior management or supervisory experience would be beneficial
• Experience within a start-up tech company desirable

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Health and Safety/HR Manager

Q.E.D. Recruitment Specialists Ltd

Meath, Meath
9 days ago
Meath, Meath
€40k - €45k Per Year
9 days ago
€40k - €45k Per Year

SUMMARY OF ROLE:
We are currently recruiting for Health & Safety & HR Manager for our Client based in Dunsany, Co Meath. This is a full-time permanent position.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:
The role involves developing H & S Management Systems and HR Systems on-site and is heavily involved in the pro-active management of the business from a H&S and HR perspective. Working with the Site management team including the Site Manager, Production Managers, Ops Manager and Maintenance Manager this role requires an individual with a 'backbone', strong communication skills and the personality to put Health & Safety & HR practices at the forefront of everyone's agenda onsite.
• Develop and implement all necessary H&S & HR procedures and policies and ensure compliance with legislation, codes, standards, and industry best practice;
• Maintain HR records and deal with all HR issues in a timely and sensitive basis;
• Facilitate site team in the execution of planned inspections, risk assessments, training needs analysis;
• PPE surveys and occupational health & hygiene surveys including work station ergonomic surveys;
• Ensure all accidents and incidents are thoroughly recorded and investigated by Management to identify route causes and ensure that effective corrective actions are taken as required;
• Work with external medical / occupational health resources to identify, control and provide information to employees on site occupational health hazards;
• Maintain records of all relevant H&S documentation, reports, files, forms, etc. using the companys software and a suitable, electronic filing system;
• Train or organise training for staff at all levels on H&S issues and responsibilities, including induction;
• Help carry out risk assessments, identify how risk could be reduced & produce reports to suggest improvements;
• Carry out site inspections to check policies and procedures are being executed correctly;
• Keep records of any inspections findings or accidents on site and produce statistics for
managers;
• Partake in-house training with site management/staff about health and safety issues and risks;
• Ensure equipment is installed safely;
• Provide support to management on all HR related matters;
• Co-ordinate the recruitment process from start to finish;
• Provide support in employee relations issues, such a disciplinary and grievances;
• Liaise with Payroll every month with staff changes/amendments;
• Day to day queries from employees and managers;
• Administration of employee files;
• Develop suite of reports to support HR & Business Strategy;
• Review and keep up to date all HR Policies, Employee Handbook, develop Code of Conduct;
• Review and record all HR processes.

ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS:
• You will have a relevant qualification in Occupational Safety and Health & HR with experience in a similar role;
• You will ideally come from a food production background or other highly regulated & quality focused manufacturing sector;
• A positive "can-do" attitude;
• You should have the drive, confidence and resilience to get things done;
• Analyse problems and come up with ideas;
• You will be expected to keep yourself up to date with new legislation and maintain a working knowledge of all Health and Safety & Employment legislation and any developments that affect the food industry;
• Have the ability to deal with sensitive information in a confidential manner with unquestionable integrity;
• Solid working knowledge of MS Office.

RATE OF PAY:
€40,000-€45,000 depending on experience.

WORKING HOURS:
Monday to Friday, 8am start to finish. Flexibility with regard to working hours is required.

JOB CODE:
QED0249

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HR Manager /HRBP excellent opportunity

HRP Group

Dublin, Dublin
3 days ago
Dublin, Dublin
3 days ago

DATE

March 2021

 

POSITION TITLE

HR Manager

LOCATION

Dublin

SALARY

Excellent depending on candidate

COMPANY DESCRIPTION

Our client is an enterprise Building materials supply company based in Ireland. A key supplier to the building, DIY, and retail sector they are looking for a HR Manager. The Group HR Manager will report to the Group CEO and will be based in the company’s head office in West Dublin. As a member of the senior management team the HR Manager will work closely with and support the board and senior managers across the group.

POSITION DESCRIPTION

Responsibilities

·         Lead, manage and develop the HR function for the Group

·         Review and develop up to date HR policies and procedures, including employment contracts, employee handbook and terms and conditions of employment.

·         Support managers through the development and implementation of best practice in all aspects of human resources management

·         Working with the board, identify the individual and organisational training needs for the group consistent with the strategy of delivering best in class customer service

·         The HR Manager will manage and further develop the group’s current Training Academy. He/she will co-ordinate and manage all employee training, including induction training, and development programmes

·         Manage the process of recruitment and selection of employees, including screening of potential candidates

·         Ensure HR policies and procedures and how they are implemented is in compliance with all current legislation and relevant regulations

·         Manage all communications with employees regarding relevant company policies, procedures, and issues within the group

·         Support managers in dealing effectively and efficiently with all employee issues including handling of grievances and/or disputes

·         Ensure the accurate recording of all employee remuneration and benefit arrangements, including changes made on an annual or ad hoc basis and working with the board to agree and standardise, where possible, pay rates and incentive schemes for comparable roles across the group

·         Working with the finance department to accurately report on payroll costs monthly across all branches and group functions

·         Develop and implement a suitable and effective performance management system for staff reviews to be undertaken annually and as required

·         Work with the management team on implementing a group wide Employee Attendance Management policy, including accurate monitoring, and recording of all absenteeism. Ensure procedures are adhered to in relation to annual sick leave, employee welfare and appropriate action is taken in terms of follow up and medical referral, where necessary

·         Supporting the management team in ensuring accurate recording and reporting of all employee contracted annual leave, including statutory entitlements

·         Deliver on key performance indicators for the HR function as set by the board

NUMBER OF YEARS PREFERRED EXPERIENCE

 The Candidate

Ideally the HR Manager will:

·         Possess a third level qualification in Human Resources Management or equivalent CIPD, Degree in HRM.

·         Have at least three years’ experience in a HR management role

·         Possess excellent interpersonal and communication skills, including negotiating skills and conflict resolution

·         Has excellent interpersonal and management skills.

·         Have excellent report writing skills and the ability to evaluate information and spot relevant trends

·         Have good planning skills and the ability to solve problems, making informed decisions appropriate for the business

·         Have the ability to effectively manage change and organisational development 

·         Possess a commitment to hard work and the pursuit of performance excellence, while operating to the highest ethical standards

leisa@hrpgroup.ie

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HR Manager /HRBP excellent opportunity

HRP Group

Dublin, Dublin
14 days ago
Dublin, Dublin
14 days ago

DATE

February 2021

 

POSITION TITLE

HR Manager

LOCATION

Dublin

SALARY

Excellent depending on candidate

COMPANY DESCRIPTION

Our client is an enterprise Building materials supply company based in Ireland. A key supplier to the building, DIY, and retail sector they are looking for a HR Manager. The Group HR Manager will report to the Group CEO and will be based in the company’s head office in West Dublin. As a member of the senior management team the HR Manager will work closely with and support the board and senior managers across the group.

POSITION DESCRIPTION

Responsibilities

·         Lead, manage and develop the HR function for the Group

·         Review and develop up to date HR policies and procedures, including employment contracts, employee handbook and terms and conditions of employment.

·         Support managers through the development and implementation of best practice in all aspects of human resources management

·         Working with the board, identify the individual and organisational training needs for the group consistent with the strategy of delivering best in class customer service

·         The HR Manager will manage and further develop the group’s current Training Academy. He/she will co-ordinate and manage all employee training, including induction training, and development programmes

·         Manage the process of recruitment and selection of employees, including screening of potential candidates

·         Ensure HR policies and procedures and how they are implemented is in compliance with all current legislation and relevant regulations

·         Manage all communications with employees regarding relevant company policies, procedures, and issues within the group

·         Support managers in dealing effectively and efficiently with all employee issues including handling of grievances and/or disputes

·         Ensure the accurate recording of all employee remuneration and benefit arrangements, including changes made on an annual or ad hoc basis and working with the board to agree and standardise, where possible, pay rates and incentive schemes for comparable roles across the group

·         Working with the finance department to accurately report on payroll costs monthly across all branches and group functions

·         Develop and implement a suitable and effective performance management system for staff reviews to be undertaken annually and as required

·         Work with the management team on implementing a group wide Employee Attendance Management policy, including accurate monitoring, and recording of all absenteeism. Ensure procedures are adhered to in relation to annual sick leave, employee welfare and appropriate action is taken in terms of follow up and medical referral, where necessary

·         Supporting the management team in ensuring accurate recording and reporting of all employee contracted annual leave, including statutory entitlements

·         Deliver on key performance indicators for the HR function as set by the board

NUMBER OF YEARS PREFERRED EXPERIENCE

 The Candidate

Ideally the HR Manager will:

·         Possess a third level qualification in Human Resources Management or equivalent CIPD, Degree in HRM.

·         Have at least three years’ experience in a HR management role

·         Possess excellent interpersonal and communication skills, including negotiating skills and conflict resolution

·         Has excellent interpersonal and management skills.

·         Have excellent report writing skills and the ability to evaluate information and spot relevant trends

·         Have good planning skills and the ability to solve problems, making informed decisions appropriate for the business

·         Have the ability to effectively manage change and organisational development 

·         Possess a commitment to hard work and the pursuit of performance excellence, while operating to the highest ethical standards

leisa@hrpgroup.ie

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Senior Technical Recruiter

Rovi Corporation

Galway
30+ days ago
Galway
30+ days ago

Xperi invents, develops and delivers technologies that enable extraordinary experiences. We make entertainment more entertaining, and smart devices smarter.

From the home to the car to everywhere in between, managing content and connections in a way that is smart, immersive, and personal is precisely what Xperi’s technologies do.

Our inventions are foundational to the global entertainment ecosystem and our products and data improve every aspect of the digital entertainment experience, from choice to consumption.

Content markets are changing, fast. Consumers face a simultaneously expanding and fragmenting set of choices. Xperi technology cuts through the chaos, putting us at the forefront of fast-moving trends in streaming, digital entertainment, and AI applications – in any environment.

Xperi is at the heart of extraordinary experiences.

We can’t wait to show you what’s next.

This candidate must be able to work independently –we offer flexible and remote working as part of a team. This is a mid to senior level role. Xperi are offering a highly competitive salary.

The Technical Recruiter position is a high impact role with responsibility for sourcing, assessing and delivering top talent within the EMEA region. The Technical Recruiter will capture key intelligence from each candidate interaction to allow for optimal pipeline development. Additionally, this role leverages market data and talent acquisition expertise to educate hiring managers and the HR team resulting in high quality hiring decisions. This individual will own the candidate experience by acting as a company ambassador to internal and external candidates.

Core responsibilities:

  • Concentrate on creating strategic plans for sourcing candidates with strong technical backgrounds for each of your roles – Software Development, Research and Development, Machine Learning
    Identify, screen, and pre-qualify candidates for technical roles through interviewing techniques across several European regions
  • Proactively engage passive candidates through sourcing and pipeline building as well as adopting new sourcing channels.
    Manage and drive a full recruitment cycle for various business groups, partner with hiring managers, and build out and improve new and existing processes
  • Work closely with hiring managers to prioritize hiring needs and build a seamless interview process that helps us bring the best candidates to our teams
    Provide market intelligence and strategy expertise to HR Business Partners and Hiring Managers to increase recruitment results
  • Help initiate creative and scalable changes to our existing recruiting strategy
  • Track and analyse metrics and report on hiring progress to business leadership on a regular cadence
  • Work closely with cross-functional teams like Benefits, Onboarding and Legal to deliver a high-quality and holistic candidate experience

Our Ideal Candidate Will Have

  • A minimum of 5 years of a combination of corporate and agency recruitment experience in direct recruitment for technical roles / global recruiting experience in Europe
  • Demonstrated working knowledge of technical concepts and language
  • Demonstrated subject matter expertise in utilizing creative sourcing resources and social media, including Linked In, Face Book and Twitter
  • Excellent customer focus with the ability and desire to partner with HR colleagues, hiring managers and external vendors
  • A passion for building teams and delivering exceptional candidate experience
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, with an appropriate blend of professionalism and friendliness, ability to communicate compellingly to impact and influence decision making
  • Proven abilities to attract passive candidates and build a strong pipeline
  • An active and data driven approach to problem solving; you enjoy making sense of the trends and using the insights to better your process to make it more efficient
  • A growth mindset and truly flexible. You can shift tasks and priorities when circumstances change
  • Ability to work cooperatively and build strong relationships with peers and senior leadership locally and globally, sharing ideas and developing effective business processes in support of the company mission
  • Develop talent market insights, competitive intelligence and talent demographics as appropriate to enable the organisation to be kept informed on market conditions
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HR Operations Manager

Valeo

Tuam
30 days ago
Tuam
30 days ago
Job Description

Position Overview;


The Site HR OperationsManagers role is responsible for providing support on the full suite of HR activities within the Site team including; Engagement, Retention, Recruitment, Compensation and Benefits, Industrial Relations and Employee Relations. The SiteHR OperationsManager will act as HR Business Partner to the Site General Manager and drives and supports programs that meet business objectives and continuously improve Tuam site performance.


Responsibilities;

  • Ensure the deployment and follow up of Talent Development Campaigns, such as Annual Appraisals, Mid-Year Reviews, Career Aspirations, Talent Reviews, Expert nominations/renewals, Salary Review, Succession amp; Development Planning, Pay Negotiations, Valeo Roadmaps, according to Group policy

  • Partner with Site management to understand and support business needs in terms of future skill-sets and manning

  • Management of DL manning in support of site capacity planning

  • Partner with Training amp; Development team to ensure Training and Development of Site DL amp; IDL meet the business requirements and develop necessary skillset

  • Manage and coach the HR function responsible for Site HR support

  • Provide expert HR advice to increase capability and confidence of managers/Supervisors in dealing with HR related matters

  • Support recruitment activity as required

  • Expertise in employment legislation, policy application and implementation across site

  • Ensure audit compliance for internal and external audits for relevant remit (e.g. IATF, V5000, Revenue)

  • Review, update and implement HR Policies and Procedures as required

  • Manage industrial/employee relations proactively and maintain positive working relationships with all key stakeholders (union, Ibec, Site management, employees)

  • Report on key metrics, propose and implement improvements (e.g. absenteeism, turnover and engagement).

  • Oversee accuracy and integrity of all data concerning Site team on relevant HR systems

  • Participate in the Site Wellbeing Committee and support Safety, Ergonomics and Well-being activities.

  • Support Valeo Group on HR projects as required

  • Provide company representation at third party hearings, ensure third party documentation/submissions are thoroughly prepared inhouse and work closely with Ibec and/or legal representatives

  • Support roll-out of Employee Engagement Surveys, communicate results and develop an action plan to improve where required


Education / Training Requirements

  • Degree/Masters in HR

  • CIPD Qualified


Professional Experience;

  • Minimum of 5 years in HR related roles including strong industrial and employee relations experience

  • Experience of working in a manufacturing environment

  • Experience with HRIS and exceptional ability with Microsoft Office


Desirable:

  • Management experience

  • Previous experience in a dynamic fast paced Multinational

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HR Manager

Osborne

Meath, Meath
4 days ago
Meath, Meath
4 days ago

Excellent opportunity for an ambitious and driven HR Manager to manage a team of high-quality people committed to delivering HR excellence, to our teams across the country.

Working closely with our Head of HR you will be pivotal to achieving exceptional results across our business. You will be a key member of our HR team responsible for managing an array of business-critical HR activities, and designing and implementing best in class HR policies and procedures.

Reporting into the Head of HR, the HR Manager will be an intelligent and energetic with the highest standard of integrity and will come from the Accounting industry or Professional Services sector.

Skills and expertise

  • Strong management skills including budget and people management
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Strong Project Management skills
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Strong IT skills in Microsoft Office, experience of TMS and/or similar system would be advantageous
  • Excellent influencing and negotiating skills with sharp business acumen.

Requirements

  • A degree/masters in HR or a related discipline.
  • A minimum 5 years’ experience in a HR Manager role.
  • An understanding of leading-edge HR methodologies, policies and procedures.
  • A practical knowledge of employment law
  • Attention to detail and excellent project management skills.
  • Commercial awareness.
  • A passion for helping people.
  • Coming from accounting industry / professional services a must.

For more information please apply through the link provided for the attention of Sinead Connolly or call Osborne Recruitment on 041 986 5058

If you are interested in finding out more about the above role and would like to be considered other suitable roles that we may have available for your skill set - please attach your CV via the link provided

Please submit your updated CV in Word Format

Posted

9 days ago

Description

As a member of the Human Resources team, the Plant HR Manager will be responsible for managing the HR department, overseeing employee engagement, administration of hiring, retention, employee systems and records, legal compliance and long-term staffing strategies.

The Role:

Your work will include, but not be limited to:

Sets policies for hiring and oversees adherence to EEOC and affirmative action programs and diversity goals set by the corporation.
Establishes policies that seek to increase retention rates and foster employee job satisfaction and high morale. 
Lead employee engagement activities including workplace surveys, communication, and action planning.
Approves terminations, and exercises care that reasons are well documented and are not arbitrary or discriminatory.
Oversees maintenance of accurate and complete personnel records.  Ensures that rules concerning confidentiality and retention are followed.
Keeps abreast of legislation affecting human resources; trains management and monitors company policies to ensure compliance.
Oversees preparation of job descriptions and compensation programs.  Seeks incentive programs that encourage excellent performance and increase retention rates.
Reviews benefits and tries to maximize job satisfaction while keeping the cost of the benefits package under control.
Works with top management to set long-term staffing goals and strategies.
Oversees training and safety programs in context of compliance with government regulation.
Salaried and hourly employee development.
Responsible for center wide human resources planning and development.
Provides functional guidance for administrative support needs.

Your Qualifications:

A bachelor’s degree in Human Resources or related field
Over five years of experience in human resources with increasing supervisory responsibilities.
Thorough knowledge of laws affecting human resources administration.
Labor background; previous experience in union environment required.
Demonstrated management and organizational skills.
Must have Positive Employee Relations (labor) experience. i.e. working with hourly employees, conducting investigations, and holding disciplinary hearings.
Previous experience managing a large manufacturing site.
Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) certification preferred.
Ideally someone with leadership and strategic management of workforce
Workers compensation knowledge.

Bonus If You Have:

 Master’s degree
UAW experience