HUMAN RESOURCES DIRECTOR I

Human Resources Souderton, Pennsylvania


Description

Position at JBS USA Food Company

HUMAN RESOURCES DIRECTOR

JBS- SOUDERTON

AT SOUDERTON, PA

 

JOB DESCRIPTION FORM

Salaried & Salaried Non-Exempt Position

 

Position Title: Human Resource Director                   

Department: Human Resources                        

Location: Souderton, PA

Salary Class: Exempt                                        

Title of Supervisor:  Regional Beef Head of HR    

 

Purpose & Scope:

Responsible for the management and oversight of multiple HR functions including general HR, Labor Relations, Payroll, Safety and Health activities for Plant Locations.  Duties include assuring compliance with such agencies as; USCIS, NLRB, OSHA, EEOC, OFCCP, as well as related internal policies, practices and contractual labor agreements.  Manage and direct the human resource activities and strategies through local HR staff.

 

Principle Responsibilities: List and describe (in order of importance) the specific tasks, assignments, level of discretionary authority and/or functions performed.

 Provide technical support for operations management and HR staff

  • Assess, understand, and focus on human resources details/data (e.g., staffing, application flow, turnover, Workers’ Compensation, safety, etc.) and develop/implement action plans/best practices to positively impact.
  • Use Process Mapping and Continuous Improvement practices to better understand a process and eliminate waste/bottlenecks
  • Represents plant management concerning Labor Relations, EEOC, and legal litigation activity
  • Establishes and maintains employee relations
  • Establishes and maintains labor relations
  • Oversight of community relations programs as well as diversity outreach programs
  • Oversee the recruiting and staffing functions
  • Direct the facilities EEO and AAP activities
  • Under the guidelines issued by the corporate offices administer compensation, benefits, human resource development (HDR), training, and performance management programs
  • Oversee and direct all administrative activities, e.g., record keeping, policy compliance, etc.
  • Oversee and direct plant payroll functions.
  • Oversee health services and direct involvement in safety, health, ergonomics, and Workers’ Compensation.
  • Provide counsel to managers that will promote employee relations
  • Oversee and direct the career development and training activities for all employees of the facility
  • Acts as HR liaison with operating facilities and the corporate office
  • Be a strategic partner/alignment with General Manager and other upper management personnel in the facility.

 

Working Conditions:

  • 50 to 55 hours per week
  • Office setting 95%
  • Overnight travel 5%

 

Requirements: Describe necessary knowledge or skills, and type and amount of formal schooling, and work experience normally required to obtain these.  Do not describe your own particular background.

 

Education: Undergraduate degree preferred, Master’s degree and PHR/SPHR certification optional

Experience:

  • 5-10 years in HR-progressive HR generalist experience within food industry
  • Union and Non-Union Experience
  • Strong understanding of all HR related functions to include, but not limited to: Staffing and Retention Strategies, Labor Relations, Collective Bargaining Agreement/Company Policy interpretation and enforcement, Compliance (AAP, I-9, Payroll, Leaves of Absence, etc.), Workers’ Compensation, Case Management, Health Services, Team Member and Community Relations.

Special Skills:

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Computer knowledge
  • Excellent interpersonal skills; ability to handle conflict
  • Uphold and Champion Company Values: Determination, Discipline, Ownership, Simplicity, Sincerity, Humility, and Availability.

Relationships

 

Internal:  Ongoing dialog and communication (coaching, counseling and mentoring) with managers and HR staff.  Regular communication with Plant Operations Leadership (General Manager, Operations Managers, and Superintendents), along with frequent communication with Regional Beef Corporate Human Resources. Develop and assure appropriate implementation of policies, practices and procedures intended to meet administrative requirements and operational goals.   

         

External: Initiates regular proactive communication to develop open relationships with business partners such as appropriate labor organization leaders, regional regulatory agencies and community/civic representatives.  

 Supervision of Personnel: List titles reporting directly through you and number of employees reporting through each

 Manages:  HR Managers, Employment Manager, Training Manager, Health Services Manager, Payroll Supervisor, and HR Coordinators

 Reports to: Head of Human Resources – Regional Beef

 Comments: IF THE LIMITATIONS OF THIS FORM HAVE NOT PERMITTED A COMPLETE AND ACCURATE DESCRIPTION OF YOUR POSITION, USE ADDITIONAL SHEETS TO FURTHER AMPLIFY ANY PERTINENT INFORMATION.

 

EOE/VETS/DISABILITY