Human Resources Jobs
Regional Human Resources Manager, Dallas, TX to 100K
Our client is a publicly-held transportation/logistics company with 9,000 employees and growing. Reporting to the Corporate HR Director, the
Regional HR Manager will be responsible for employee relations and human resources compliance for 11-13locations in TX with 1100 non-union employees.
Position will involve approximately 50% travel. (Company car)
Bachelor's degree in Human Resources or Organizational Development
SPHR or PHR certification
5+ years of progressive human resources management or generalist experience
Experience successfully supporting HR functions in a high volume, large employer, and multi state/multi-site work environment a must
Bilingual English/Spanish communication skills strongly preferred
Transportation industry or knowledge of Department of Transportation regulations experience preferred but not required
Human Resources Manager-Bilingual, Englewood, CO to 80K
Job Description: Responsible for ensuring best HR practices across all departments for multiple facilities. Provides leadership for projects and programs, talent acquisition and development, legal compliance, and team relation management.
Bachelor’s degree in business/technical-related field is required.
Ten (10) years or more of human resources in manufacturing experience required.
Experience working on corporate level projects.
Bilingual in English & Spanish preferred.
Experience and understanding of payroll, benefits and negotiation, labor laws, employee relations, investigations, and workers’ compensation.
PMP, SHRM, PHR, or SPHR preferred.
Travel up to 50%.
This job offers the following
Outstanding opportunities with a growing organization.
Excellent benefits, including:
401k with match
Charitable donation match
Opportunity for career growth and advancement.
Corporate Human Resources Leader, Plymouth, MI to 120K
The Corporate Human Resources Lead provides ongoing support to leaders and employees on all aspects of organizational effectiveness to include hiring selection, employee relations, and performance management and employee development.
CORPORATE HUMAN RESOURCES LEADER RESPONSIBILITIES:
Provide guidance, counsel, instruction, and support to corporate executives and staff on all matters relating directly or indirectly to the identification, growth, and development of human capital.
Develops, recommends and implements personnel policies and procedures; performs benefits administration to include claims resolution.
Acclimate employees to plant policies, procedures, regulations, safety rules and benefits.
Implements and annually updates the compensation program; rewrites job descriptions as necessary; conducts annual salary surveys and develops merit pool (salary budget); analyzes compensation; monitors the performance evaluation program and revises as necessary.
Recommends new approaches, policies and procedures to effect continual improvements in efficiency of department and services performed.
Ensures compliance with all federal, state and local employment laws.
Maintain accurate records for employees including inactive employees; records that are in compliance with federal, state and local laws, appropriate affirmative action reports, and all other required reports.
Make arrangements for all prospective employees to obtain pre-employment drug screens and to perform valid testing before employment offers are extended.
Responsible for new employee orientation ensure that the employees fully understand the conditions and benefits of their employment.
Coordinate with other managers and supervisors to ensure the effective implementation of the Human Resources Department's policies.
Follows safety regulations and enforces compliance with company safety rules and regulations.
Bachelor’s degree (BS or BA) is required.
Prior Human Resource Management in a large customer service focused company, preferably a Tier 1 Automotive Supplier
Proficient in communication skills.
Ability to work in a fast paced, deadline-oriented environment.
Must have excellent organizational, interpersonal and time management skills.
Must be task oriented, possess exceptional people skills and be reliable.
Proven project management skills and project leadership capabilities.
Demonstrated analytical thinking, problem solving and decision making skill.
Ability to work collaboratively and build positive and effective business partnerships.
Ability to build relationships and gain trust with associates at all levels of business functions.
Ability to travel up to 50% in state of MI.
Human Resources Manager, Indianapolis, IN to 95K
This is an exciting Director of Human Resources opportunity for a high energy and bright individual who is looking for a good career opportunity. This is a Director of Human Resources position with a strong focus in dealing with all aspects related to Talent Acquisition / Recruiting and HR Administration and Benefit Administration. This HR Director must be hands on and be self-reliant as they will manage all HR functions. Prefer experience in all aspects of Human Resources Management within smaller / medium size service and /or manufacturing type companies that are privately held in the 100-200 employee range.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Conducts all Talent Acquisition strategies for all employment levels including senior management
Develops and administers various human resources plans and procedures for all company personnel.
Develops, recommends and implements personnel policies and procedures; prepares and maintains handbook on policies and procedures; performs benefits administration, change reporting and annual re-evaluation of policies for cost-effectiveness
Develops staffing strategies and implements programs and plans
Oversees companywide onboarding and orientation policies and compliance
Manages the company 401(k) program, including the coordination of employee investment committee and direct liaison with 3rd party management company
Conducts recruitment effort for all exempt and nonexempt workers; writes and places advertisements; works with supervisors to screen and interview candidates; conducts reference checking; extends job offers; conducts new-employee orientations; monitors career-path program and employee relations counseling; conducts exit interviews
BS Degree in Human Resources/Business or related field
SHRM Certified Professional (SHRM-CP) or SHRM Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP) credential
8 to 10 years’ experience of combination of Talent Acquisition / Recruiting Management and Human Resources Management responsibilities
Experience in Human Resources Management within smaller to medium size private companies being the sole HR professional with a large focus being Recruiting and Talent Acquisition of all levels including senior level management, experience developing staffing strategies, implementing programs and benefit administration
Multi state HR experience
Experience in Human Resources Management within smaller privately held companies in the 100-200 employee range reporting to CEO / President - etc
Must have hands on HR experience with positive approach and outgoing attitude
Entrepreneurial spirit, business mined and driven
Due diligence and business acquisition experience
Open to travel requirements
Human Resources Generalist, Bellefontaine, OH to 75K
This company is part of a global organization that provides quality automotive products and services worldwide for both new vehicles and vehicle aftermarket. They provide products for the major automotive makers here in the United States.
The Human Resources Generalist is responsible for providing a variety of Human Resources services in support of the manufacturing operations and the departmental day-to-day activities with general guidance from Human Resource Leadership. This position will have frequent interface with all levels of employees as well as consistent interaction with the Human Resources Team.
Assists in the development and communication of HR policies and procedures.
Ensure safe workplace and promote safe practices for all associates.
Assists in all aspects of the recruitment efforts to fill exempt, non-exempt, and temporary positions while maintaining appropriate recruitment records.
Addresses employee concerns assuring confidentiality as appropriate.
Assure compliance with federal, state and local laws.
Participate in cross-functional human resources projects.
Plans, coordinates and assists with all HR related events and activities.
Bachelor’s degree in business, Human Resources, or related field.
3 to 5 years of experience in Human Resources.
HR experience in a manufacturing setting.
Knowledge of local, state, and federal employment regulations
Effective communication skills.
Training & Development Manager, Gainesville, FL to 135K
Great opportunity with global chemical leader, to join the leadership team as the Site Training Manager, responsible for the overall effective management of the operations training programs and providing leadership and direction for the comprehensive, sustainable training effort at the chemical plant site. Responsibilities also include facilitating and coordinating a training and development system and Learning Management System (LMS) that ensures the site will meet government and company regulations, policies, guidelines and objectives while emphasizing employee safety, product quality, cost effectiveness, and environmental sensitivity.
Develop annual training goals and objectives for the site management team for discussion, feedback, and approval.
Oversee the development, and support the evolving training programs. Audit reference materials, selection of materials, class outlines, lesson plans, and training aids.
Direct, plan, implement, promote and control an operator training program.
Coordinate and collaborate with Human Resources and Safety. Support and work with Human Resources in providing management and employees with training/ information/contacts/resources. Support and work with Safety to ensure employees are properly trained. Reviews accident/incident reports and job task observations to identify any necessary modifications to the training program.
Ensure required competencies are clearly communicated to employees being trained so expectations are clear. Works with appropriate supervisors and provides feedback and recommendations regarding probationary employees or to address performance concerns and training needs of existing employees.
Monitor outside trainers/vendors/consultants.
Provide day-to-day direction and oversight to the training personnel. Ensure a high level of service and efficient performance of training roles by establishing, monitoring and measuring goals and objectives.
Personally conduct training as needed and appropriate and develop, prepare, and/or introduce training specifications, policies, procedures, programs, or manuals as necessary.
Verify and assure achievement of government regulations and corporate policy and guidelines for instructor/employee certifications and other company objectives.
Manage and ensure current and accurate records retention is being captured through the existing system. Compile, analyze and report to site on compliance with recurrent training.
Ability to initiate positive change that leads to continuous improvement and sustainability in the workplace. Ability to create and implement effective training methods and techniques that meet the needs of the operation. Ability to evaluate the effectiveness of the training program and develop reasonable, practical, and innovative solutions for a variety of training issues/concerns/opportunities. Ability to resolve issues with minimal supervision.
Accountable for the overall cost effective management of the training department.
Provide strong leadership and ensure compliance with all applicable training requirements.
Under the direction of the General Manager, the Training Manager will: Coordinate with Safety, Human Resources, Legal, Organization Development, site management and outside resources, to achieve training objectives, Recommend to management, supervision, and various other groups/committees concerning organizational development and direction, Develop and submit annual training budget within the scope of this position.
Bachelors in Human Resources or related with 8-10 years’ experience in a chemical manufacturing environment, with minimum of 3-5 years management of a training/ development program. Should be familiar with OSHA, MSHA, PSM, and other Safety/ Environmental regulations.
US Citizen or Permanent Resident (Green Card) status is required.
Knowledgeable of government regulations as well as company policies and guidelines with ability to extract pertinent information from resource materials and incorporate into training design.
Knowledge of adult learning and instructional design. Ability to assess the overall training program, and make recommendations to management for improvement.
Strong leadership skills and ability to deliver high quality and effective training personally, and through direct reports. The incumbent will also demonstrate the following Leadership Core Competencies: Safety Commitment, Communication and Interpersonal Skills, Coaching and Developing Others, Results Orientation and Resource Management, Continuous Improvement, and Engagement and Accountability.
Human Resources Business Partner, Columbus, OH to 110K
The Sr. HR Business Partner will enhance and implement our employee relations, talent planning & acquisition, performance management, learning, employee & leadership development, and total rewards programs to cultivate the depth and diversity of talent needed to meet our growth objectives. This position regularly engages with business leaders to translate the operational strategies into specific talent strategies and tactical priorities.
Lead the enhancement and execution of performance management, talent assessment, succession management, and learning programs and processes.
Provides effective employee relations support on human resource matters through strong execution of employee relations programs and providing balanced counsel, policy evaluation and implementation, and conducting confidential investigations where required.
Facilitates recruiting and on-boarding processes to attract the depth and diversity of talent needed to meet our business objectives.
Supports the evaluation and leveraging of the total reward programs to ensure their alignment to the business strategies and understanding of employee team members.
Collaborates and partners with the balance of the HR team in achieving the company’s functional strategies and priorities.
Bachelor’s degree in business, human resources or related discipline.
Five to ten years of focused and relevant HR Generalist experience with additional experience in other HR disciplines preferred.
Broad and strong understanding of HR laws, regulations, policies, and procedures.
Demonstrated ability to engage and partner with leaders through strong business acumen to achieve business objectives through talent programs.
Focused experience in building and executing professional, functional, managerial, and leadership learning and development programs.
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