The Human Resources (HR) Manager provides leadership and direction for all HR functions of this Manufacturing Plant; this is both a strategic and hands-on role that provides full cycle Human Resources support to the employees, and leaders supporting plant operations.
The HR Manager is both a strategic and hands-on role that provides full cycle Human Resources support as well as project leadership/execution to our Amazon Prime Air Team. The role is critical in executing our people initiatives, providing great internal customer support, and driving HR functional excellence and process improvement.
In this role, you will be responsible for ensuring facilities are implementing LDv methodology, through use of LDv Pillar, implementation plan and competency building. Participate in site coaching, training and assessing to support LDv maturity and progression in tools, systems and methodology. Active participation on Pillar or Network team.
This position is responsible for all aspects of the Human Resources function within the 500+ person manufacturing facility; this includes employee relations, EHS, security, training, employee engagement, workforce flexibility, hiring, and employee development.
In this role, you will provide input and assist in or lead efforts associated with change management efforts involving reorganizations, mergers/acquisitions and transfers to ensure compliance to local legislation.
In this role, the selected candidate must have experience in broad based HR compensation, recruitment, organizational development, employment law, planning, employee relations, safety, employee engagement & development, and more.
In this role, you will strong solutions focus and be comfortable working in an environment which demands strong deliverables along with the ability to identify problems and drive appropriate solutions.
The HR Manager is responsible for consulting with senior management on performance management, hiring systems, workforce planning, driving recruiting activities, succession planning, development programs, goal and compensation plan alignment, employment practices issues.