The VP, HR has overall responsibility for the Human Resources function including employee and labor relations across all locations and functions, leadership and employee development, leadership succession and organizational effectiveness, talent acquisition, safety and health, change management, Human Resources communications, compensation and benefits.
The VP, HRreports to the President of Milgard and leads a team consisting of both site and functional HR leaders.
Key Duties and Responsibilities:
- Participate in the development of Milgard’s strategies, plans and programs with the executive leadership team, with particular focus on the impact on talent. Lead a team of Human Resources professionals to translate strategic and tactical business plans and issues into Human Resources strategies and programs.
- Responsible for providing Human Resources leadership in the deployment of Masco’s Talent leadership framework including, talent management, talent acquisition, employee relations, employee training and leadership development, performance management, employee engagement, change management and process improvement.
- Sets strategic direction and guides staff in the design, development and execution of organizational design and development programs. Partner with business unit leaders to develop strategic workforce plans and to contribute to business strategy development/key business decisions.
- Leverage Masco Shared Services to address and satisfy the strategic needs of the business and ensure that the business receives the necessary services, support, and communications from those centralized Human Resources groups.
- Oversee the performance management and compensationprocesses for Milgard, so that employees receive the feedback, motivation, incentives and rewards for effective performance.
- Consult with senior business leaders to ensure strategic alignment between business unit objectives and talent initiatives.
- Responsible for identifying gaps between current organizational capabilities and design, required competencies and skills, and the future strategic objectives of the organization.
- Introduce, lead and influence change management initiatives with functional/operational leaders in order to address issues that will enhance overall performance and build the overall talent capability of the organization.
Experience and Qualifications
- 10 plus years of demonstrated success in managing a Human Resources function, within and for a multi-site, complex consumer/manufacturing organization.
- Strong business acumen and talent leadership skills.
- Strong experience managing international sites and associate base; Asian experience a plus.
- Superior collaboration and communication skills with executive presence.
- Strong Planning, organizational and change management skills; also conflict management abilities.
- Labor and employee relations experience, includes leading formal contract negotiations.
- Demonstrated success developing and implementing Human Resource systems and programs.
• BS/BA required in Human Resources, business or related field; graduate degreepreferred. PHR or SPHR also preferred.
Leadership & Functional Competencies for Success
- Leadership Competencies (Dealing with Ambiguity, Innovation Management, Strategic Agility, Developing Direct Reports & others, Managing Vision & Purpose, Customer Focus)
- Human Resources Functional Competencies (Strategic HR Management, Employee Relations, Labor Relations, Safety & Health, Environmental, Compensation, Benefits, Organizational Development, Learning and Talent Management)
• Up to 20% travelrequired including some international travel.