HR Director 8/10/2016
Industrial Equipment & Supply Company
JOB DESCRIPTIONAPPLY The Director, Human Resources, is responsible for providing the full range of HR support for the business to create a world class organization and talent capability to meet strategic and annual business objectives. This may include the coordination and implementation of systems, processes, policies and programs regarding recruitment, orientation/assimilation/on-boarding, organizational development, succession planning, talent development, management training, employment, compensation and benefits administration, safety, health, associate services, regulatory compliance, and associate relations.
* Develop, direct, plan and evaluate all human resource strategies and policies to meet the organization's human resources objectives and ensure compliance with current, applicable labor laws.
* Assist in the development and implementation of strategic HR priorities in line with and to support the achievement of the annual business objectives
* Lead cross functional strategic change projects to improve organizational effectiveness and efficiency
* Develop and drive performance management processes, tools, communications, and training programs
* Provide leadership in the development of a sustainable high performance/high commitment workforce
* Manage day-to-day associate relations including problem solving, counselling, coaching, fact-finding
* Ensure compliance with employment-related laws
* Direct the administration of the Affirmative action and Equal Employment Opportunity program, ensure employment law compliance, and assists departments on compliance procedures.
* Create HR plans to align with business needs, including workforce planning, resource reallocations, organization redesign, organization development including culture change initiatives, talent assessment, recruitment and development and training, and change management.
* Lead and manage the performance management, talent management and merit review processes.
* Monitor local market compensation to determine competitive wages.
* Supervise direct and functional reports. Establish individual performance objectives and reviews performance against goals. Plan, approve, and implement programs for the timely development and progression of the individuals.
Bachelor's degree (Masters preferred), plus 8+ years or more directly relevant work experience in a fast paced manufacturing environment
* Progressive people management experiencepreferred.
* Knowledge of US laws governing employment required.
* Prior experience in leading culture change highly desired.