Human Resources Vice President
The VP of Human Resources is responsible for development, promotion, and implementation of human resources policies by planning and managing human resources programs and directing staff.
? Planning, designing, developing, and evaluating human resources policies and procedures that are in line with corporate objectives.
? Manages all processes/policies relating to day-to-day human resources operations and compliance
? Identify and implement corporate culture improvement initiatives
? Employee Development and Coaching
? Compensation Planning including base salary, bonus, stock
? Annual Performance Review process
? Succession Planning and Strategy
? Retention Strategies
? Establishment of department accountabilities, including talent acquisition, compensation, training and development, performance management, talent assessment, records management, safety and health, employee relations and retention, and AA/EEO compliance.
? Complying with federal, state, and local legal requirements by studying existing and new legislation, anticipating legislation, enforcing adherence to requirements, and advising management on needed actions.
? Periodic reporting on various reports on HR metrics to Executive Team.
? Enhancement of department and company reputation by accepting ownership for accomplishing new and different requests and exploring opportunities to add value to job accomplishments.
? Supervise direct staff of 6 in multiple manufacturing locations and total staff of 10
? Must have manufacturing and safety experience.
? Bachelors?Degree in Human Resource Management, Business Administration or a related field
? Prefer Master?s degree or SPHR Certification.
? Minimum of 10 years of HR or related experience, including a minimum of 5years?experience in a leadership role within Human Resources in a manufacturing or similar environment
? Experience managing safety programs
? Ability to handle confidential information in strict confidence and with great sensitivity
? Understanding of current federal, state, local, and case law changes and the ability to monitor labor law updates that affect human resources. Serves as Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Officer.
? Excellent verbal and written communication skills
? Strong interpersonal and facilitation skills
? Ability to effectively work with employees at all levels of the organization
? High energy with the ability to energize others
? Ability to work independently with limited direction
? Ability to travel approximately up to 50% of the time primarily in the United States.