·Plans, coordinates, performs, and participates in day-to-day human resources management activities for the company’s team members for a large operating unit including those geographically removed. Assures that Team Members receive timely response transactions, answers to questions, and receive access to all human resources services.
·Administers a full range of human resources programs such as designed to ensure Team Members against loss of income due to illness, injury, layoff, or retirement.
·Provides advice and service to Team Leaders in operating units on matters such as organization and job design and team building.
·Participates with Team Leaders in developing short and long range staffing plans based on and related to level of activity and type of products.
·Establishes regular communications about company-wide human resources programs through periodic orientations for work teams, written communications, and newsletters.
·Facilitates recruitment and selection activities for a large and/or geographically removed operating unit. Coordinates and participates in reviews of applications, candidate interviews, verification of skills and abilities, references, and pre-employment testing.
·Facilitates identification of Team Members eligible for professional development and promotion. Works with leadership of the operating units to provide growth opportunities for high potential Team Members.
·Communicates salary and benefit programs to Team Members. Collects, analyzes, and prepares job information for purposes of determining salary placement. Ensures that Team Members get timely service on benefits matters. In charge of all the regular employees monthly payroll calculation and declare individual income tax.
·Communicates, orients, and enforces personnel policies. Investigates incidents, conferring with Team Leaders and Members, and recommending actions.
·Serves as advisor to Team Leaders and Team Members alike, on matters such as performance management, skill development, general morale, and other employee relations matters.
·Develops curriculum and training materials on topics such as communications, leadership, motivation, behavior, and diversity. Facilitates management training on a regular basis.
·Coordinates and participates in programs such as employee assistance, employee health, and workers compensation.
·Manage corporate HR projects and/or functions as assigned (i.e. unemployment claims, Worker’s Compensation/Medical Services, café, commute trip reduction, recognition, as well as improvement projects).
·Performs other duties as assigned that support the overall objective of the position.
·Knowledge and Skills.
–Seasoned professional knowledge of human resources programs including employment, affirmative action, employee assistance, training, salary administration, benefits, and employee relations are required.
·Requires in-depth knowledge of the laws and regulations affecting personnel management.
–Requires human relations skills sufficient to communicate technical concepts to others, to prepare formal presentations, facilitate small group processes, conduct training, resolve conflicts, and to exercise patience when dealing with team members.
–Requires skill at preparing effective written communications.
–Requires the ability to carry out all aspects of the position; to originate, develop, and implement a complete program for day-to-day human resources management; to organize and supervise customer service for efficient processing of personnel-related transactions; to conduct orientation; to maintain confidentiality of records and certain communications; and to lead and participate with a small team.
–Requires the ability to perform advanced math calculations.
–Requires the ability to convert involved technical and legal information into practical communications..
–The ability to conduct fact-finding investigations and to conduct performance appraisals.
·Working Conditions and Physical Abilities.
–Typically works in an office environment within a manufacturing plant.
–Uses standard office equipment.
–Requires sufficient ambulatory ability to perform work in office and plant locations. Requires auditory ability to project voice to a large audience and to carry on conversations over the phone and in person.
·Education and Experience.
–Bachelors Degree in business finance, human resources, or psychology and six years of experience administering a complete array of human resources management programs in a manufacturing environment.