Salary $150000 - $200000 per year + 20% bonus
Consultant Nick Louca
Date posted April 10, 2017
A newly created and business critical HR Director position has just arisen with a global manufacturing company currently experiencing significant growth on an international scale. Reporting directly into the CEO, this role is based in Georgia and a very attractive relocation package is on offer for those candidates who are not based locally.
About the HR Director role:
- Strategic business partner on human resources issues to the CEO and Chairman of the Board.
- Maintains responsibility for compliance with federal and state legislation pertaining to all employment issues.
- As a member of Executive Leadership team provides functional guidance to the members. Also provides goals and values to make an employer of choice.
- Manages and develops the Human Resources team.
- Directs employee relations issues to provide strong employer-employee relationships. Oversee any investigations, terminations.
- Annually reviews and makes recommendations to leadership team on improvement of the Company’s policies, procedures and practices on personnel matters. Establishes new policies and procedures when needed.
- Design, propose, establish, administer and control personnel policies, practices, and procedures pertaining to Compensation & Benefits, including salary structure and administration.
- Develop/coordinate organizational development/improvement programs.
- Oversees all staffing, succession planning and recruiting practices and procedures.
- Responsibility for the Human Resources Budget.
- Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Human Resource Management, Industrial-Organizational Psychology or related discipline is required.
- Minimum of 10 years of HR experience within a manufacturing environment is required.
- Broad based technical knowledge of major aspects of Human Resources (e.g. compensation, benefits, succession planning, career development, etc.).
- In depth knowledge of HR strategy, change management, organizational development and leadership practices/skills.
- Excellent interpersonal skills required as well as the ability to work with all levels of employees.
- Conflict resolution skills.
- Strong organizational skills.