Human Resources Manager
The HR Manager is responsible for providing the best in class support to an assigned business unit(s) with responsibilities covering all HR disciplines. This individual will implement talent management strategies aligned with business unit priorities in support of the strategic objectives of the business and HR department. The HR Manager is expected to partner with management to recommend and drive the appropriate people management solutions which support business objectives and the development of the employee.
Duties and responsibilities
- Proactively partners with business unit managers to optimize employee capabilities and deliver against business objectives and priorities.
- Utilize and leverage data to advance business decisions help further advance the organization.
- Gather and analyze data to assess the effectiveness of HR solutions.
- Implement and manage key HR initiatives and programs within various business units.
- Promotes employee understanding of Human Resources programs, policies and objectives while developing positive employee engagement; interprets policies as it relates to individual employees and company objectives; acts as first point of contact for assigned functional groups.
- Responsible for facilitating positive employee relations by assisting employees and managers in resolving work related complaints/issues, counsels management on how to handle situations and ensures effective communication between employee and manager.
- Partners with Talent Acquisition and hiring managers to ensure we are identifying the right people with the right skill sets that will help drive our business.
- Proactively works with management to strategize and implement key employee retention strategies; advice and counsel on compensation recommendations for internal moves; ensures that performance management process is followed through for all assigned employees.
- Adheres to the Company’s quality and regulatory compliance requirements, without exception, and ensures that all job duties inherent in this position description are performed in accordance with established policies and procedures.
- Bachelor’s degree in related field, or equivalent work experience.
- Five to eight years previous experience as an HR Business Partner.
- General knowledge of federal/state employment law, policies and practices of the Human Resources Department;
- Demonstrated ability to leverage data that drives business decisions
- Solid understanding of HRIS systems, processes and procedures
- Effective at developing and maintaining strong relationships with management, employees and peers; effective conflict resolution skills.
- Demonstrates good judgment; approachable and professional; solid problem solving skills; ability to handle multiple tasks; self-motivated.
- Ability to work in a fast paced environment.
- Superior communication and interpersonal skills; ability to present information and make recommendations effectively.
- Strong project management skills.
- Proficient computer skills (MS Word, Power point, Excel), ADP, HR Smart systems
The position requires the ability to perform the following physical demands and/or have the listed capabilities.
- The ability to sit up 75-100% of applicable work time.
- The ability to use your hands and fingers to feel and manipulate items, including keyboards, up to 100% of applicable work time.
- The ability to stand, talk, and hear for 75% of applicable work time.
- The ability to lift and carry up to ten pounds up to 20% of applicable work time.
- Close Vision: The ability to see clearly at twenty inches or less.
Occasional (up to 25%) travel may be required based on business need.
The Company is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate, nor allow any employee, customer, contractor, vendor or visitor to discriminate, against any employee or applicant for employment on the basis of race, color, creed religion, sex (including pregnancy), gender, national origin, ancestry, ethnicity, age, genetic information, marital status, disability, sexual orientation, military status (including disabled veterans, recently separated veterans, other protected veterans and Armed Forces service medal veterans), protected activity (such as opposition to prohibited discrimination or participation in proceedings covered by anti-discrimination statutes) or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state or local law.