HR / Safety Manager
5 - 7 years experience • Manufacturing / Diversified
1) Partner with Plant Leadership Team Members and employees to grow and sustain a culture of operational excellence and ?zero harm? (managing risk so no injuries to employees or property damage, environmental impact, community, shareholder or customer harm occur while doing work).
2) Provide expertise, creativity, and initiative in planning, attracting, developing, and retaining the talent to operate the plant in the most productive and cost efficient manner.
3) Serve as the ?Subject Matter Expert? in Human Resources practices, processes, policies, and legal compliance to protect company resources and foster a positive work environment and a reputation as a great place to work.
Promote a safe workplace through systemic and proactive safety and environmental health practices and processes. Demonstrate strong proficiency in OSHA compliance and workers compensation.
Develop and lead a culture of positive employee relations, including employee activities, communications, and community service.
Practice superior Human Resources customer service and response.
Partner with the General Manager in selecting and developing operations leaders capable of carrying out needed operations strategies and improving employee relations.
Work with Home Office and Plant leadership to assess talent and build bench-strength and succession plans.
Use creativity and resourcefulness in attracting the right talent in a timely manner.
Partner with department managers and supervisors to improve retention.
Coordinate onboarding and training for new hires.
Manage the plant HR/Safety Budget process and implement cost effective systems of control over expenditures, staffing, and wages, including maintaining the integrity of the Insteel Pay for Skills system and Teamshare incentive plan.
In concert with the Insteel Human Resources function, plan, organize, and control all activities of the Hazleton HR/Safety function. Participate in developing the function goals, objectives, and systems.
Successfully administer and communicate all aspects of the company?s benefits program, including promoting the benefits of participating in the company?s 401(k) program.
Effectively monitor staffing projections, turnover trends, and talent gaps, including staffing contingency plans for quick responsiveness to various operations situations.
Guide Plant leadership in creating a culture of accountability and support where performers thrive and poor performers quickly improve or are managed out.
Support and ensure compliance with with our policies and procedures and local, state, and federal regulatory agencies, while ensuring adherence to the Code of Conduct.