HR Generalist

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Moreno Valley, CA

Industry: Manufacturing

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5 - 7 years

Posted 159 days ago

  by    Amin Shaikh

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GENERAL PURPOSE

Responsible for working with the Operations Managers to build the leadership capability, organizational capability and culture that will enable SSB Operations to achieve its objectives. This individual will have overall site accountability for their assigned plant within a specific geography. In addition to the Regional or Sr. HR Business Partner, the HR Business Partner will ensure that there is consistent application of all Human Resource policies, processes and systems across the plants. Working in partnership with the Regional or Sr. HR Business Partner. the Human Resources Leadership Team and other business leaders, the HR Business Partner will transform the business by generating insight, identifying needs, translating the needs into requirements for the right Human Resource solutions, working with Human Resource Expertise leaders to co-develop solutions (where required) and delivering the solutions in collaboration with other shared HR resources. This includes leading process improvement projects and programs that align with the SSB Operations strategies and priorities and deliver the metrics established for each plant, including safety and quality. This position is a member of the Plant Leadership Team with collective responsibility for development and implementation of the Human Resources Strategy at the plant.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Plan and implement safety policies and training in compliance with company safety program and OSHA regulations to eliminate work-related injuries
  •  Strategy Execution & Management - Works with Operations Managers to define the people implications required to deliver the strategy
  •  Communicates needs of both line and functional stakeholders to help establish work priorities. Leads the human resource activities for assigned plant
  •  Tracks, monitors and holds groups/individual accountable for the performance against the goals
  •  Change Leadership - Plans for change. Provides advice and direction on change initiatives, assesses organizational capabilities and designs programs and actions to address needs and intervene in problem areas
  •  Provides coaching to leaders to improve their capabilities in leading teams and managers effectively through the change process
  •  Labor & Employee Relations - Manages the employee and labor relations efforts for assigned plant(s), including effective negotiations with organized labor groups to achieve common operational goals at each site
  •  Conducts confidential investigations of issues as needed
  •  HR Functional Leadership - Delivers all HR needs supporting one or more plant(s) in a geography
  •  Responsible for key talent selection, team development and performance of the HR teams in relationship to the operational objectives
  •  Plans and deploys HR resources to achieve goals and initiatives
  •  Establishes measures and reports on the quality of HR services utilizing best practice metrics
  •  Assists in the preparation and management of assigned Plant(s) HRbudget items
  •  Talent Acquisition & Development - Translates manpower plans to recruitment strategies in coordination with the Talent Acquisition function
  • Coordinates and establishes programs to develop people capabilities within the plant and in collaboration with HR peers within and across regional operations
  •  Ensuring effective on-boarding and skill development of new-hires
  •  Talent & Performance Management - Manages the annual talent planning and performance management process within the plant. Identifies talent capabilities, development needs and coaching for performance improvement
  •  Employee & Labor Relations - Fosters relationships with both individual and collective bargaining units, while meeting all legal, social/cultural and company standards.
  • Ensures compliance with company, Federal, state and other requirements, and ensures timely and consistent application of human resource related policies, procedures, training and reporting
  • Manages separation process; conducts analyzes and makes recommendations related to unplanned turnover
  •  Represents the organization on employment related hearings and investigations
  • Reward & Recognition - Administers compensation and other reward strategies, systems and processes to attract, motivate and retain organizational talent.
  •  Analyzes and reports on any specific plant or geographic variances to assure best local practices
  •  Supports a safety culture and effectively handles workers compensation related claims for best possible outcomes
  •  Manages FMLA, STD and WC related, and other leave of absences for effective administration
  •  Partners with Plant Management and Supervisory team on business excellence initiatives
  •  Maintains, manages and retains all HR files and records in accordance with Confidentiality standards

 

REQUIREMENTS:

  • 6+ years progressive HR leadership experience, with some in a manufacturing environment along with some union/labor relations experience
  •  Bachelor's degree
  •  Experience with Lean manufacturing preferred
  •  Experience with OSHA, VPP, and STAR preferred
  •  Bilingual (English/Spanish) required
  •  Change Management and Safety Culture experiencepreferred
  •  SPHRpreferred
  •  Intermediate to advanced Excel skills with proficiency in other MS office applications, internet research, report writer applications.
  •  Experience using HRIS systems, preferably ADP
  •  Up to 10% travel

This job description is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties or responsibilitiesassociated with the job. Other job-related duties may be assigned.

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