Energy Transfer Partners - We are one of the largest Master Limited Partnerships with one of the most diversified portfolios of energy assets in the United States, totaling more than 71,000 miles of natural gas, crude oil, natural gas liquids and refined products pipelines, traversing 36 states with associated terminalling, storage and fractionation facilities.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
- Provide strategic advice in all areas of Human Resources, as a trusted business partner, to executives and senior management of certain Energy Transfer businesses and/or corporate or operational supportshared services or operations departments.
- Manage and develop other Human Resources generalists to administer, oversee, and/or partner with other Human Resources functions to support the assigned business areas on all employee relations, leave administration, payroll, compensation, benefits, EEO, talent acquisition, performance management, organizational development and other Human Resources issues.
- Participates with other Human Resources management and functions in the planning, development, and administration of human resources strategies and policies that are aligned and assist with business objectives.
- Conducts or supervises internal investigations on employment issues, including complaints involving discrimination or harassment and recommends appropriate action at the conclusion of the investigation.
- Lead Human Resources projects such as conducting due diligence and integration of new workforces in acquisitions, RIFs and other reorganizations, conducting RFPs and implementing new HR systems, policies and/or processes.
- Present or train in person or through webinars on a variety of Human Resources areas including new hire orientations, benefits, policies, and organizational development topics.
- Other duties as assigned.
Experience and Education:
- Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources or a related field (e.g. Business Administration or Psychology) and 10+ years of Human Resources experience or the equivalent in either experience or a combination of education and experience
- Demonstrates unfailing ethics and integrity, including maintaining the strictest level of confidentiality.
- Working knowledge of state and federal employment laws such as FMLA, FLSA, Title VII, etc.
- Ability to recognize and identify Human Resources issues and use critical judgment to resolve the issues independently.
- Very strong oral and written communications skills and ability to communicate with employees at all levels.
- Demonstrated knowledge and ability to use organizational development principles and best practices to assist management with their workforce planning needs, including with talent acquisition and development.
- Possess strong leadership, management, interpersonal, project and vendor management, influencing, negotiating, and analytical skills.
- Solid time management and organizational skills; ability to handle multiple projects, meet deadlines and function independently and efficiently in a fast paced environment.
- Consistently strong attention to detail.
- Microsoft office products
- Lifting 25 lbs., sitting, walking & standing normal office hrs/day.
Equal Opportunity Employer/Disability/Vet
Job Location Dallas, Texas, United States Position Type Full-Time/Regular
Tracking Code 9069-323