HUMAN RESOURCES DIRECTOR
Purpose & Scope:
Responsible for the management and oversight of multiple Human Resource functions including, but not limited to: Employee and Labor Relations, Payroll, Employment, Training and Development, Safety and Health, and Compliance. Duties include assuring compliance with such agencies as; USCIS, NLRB, OSHA, EEOC, OFCCP, and related internal policies, practices, and Collective Bargaining Agreement. Manage and direct the human resource activities and strategies through local HR staff
- 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 playbook, action plans, and 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 corporate offices' guidelines, 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.
- 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.
- Other duties as assigned.
Undergraduate degree preferred, Master's degree PHR/SPHR certification optional
- 5-10 years in HR-progressive HR generalist experience within the 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.
- 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.