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Human Resources Manager

Company:
Royce Ashland Group, Inc.
Location:
Big Stone City, South Dakota, 57216, United States
Posted:
November 16, 2016
Description:

The successful candidate will manage recruiting, onboarding, training, guiding and developing new hires as well as existing employees. He/she will be part of a team that strives to maintain a safe, quality minded work environment with excellent employee relations.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Communicates and demonstrates the company culture and values and fosters positive employee relations.

Responsible for leading the HR Team to include training, developing, guiding, monitoring, coaching and counseling. Develops teamwork and cross-functionality. Promotes a spirit of customer service to the entire plant. Promotes the achievement of continuous improvement in performance levels.

Manages all aspects of HR to include employee relations, plant events and activities, compensation, benefits, payroll, Worker's Compensation, performance management, performance appraisals, training, development and progressive discipline. Provides support to supervisors and managers and investigates and assists with resolving employee issues as they arise.

Maintains floor presence and direct contact with employees and supervisors to identify employee relations concerns and monitor the employee environment.

Generates and leads change initiatives with a positive, enthusiastic approach. Influences others to accept and work through change.

Assists in identifying, planning and implementing training & development strategies for internal talent.

Manages recruiting. Strives to hire successful individuals that fit the company culture and strive for excellence.

Promotes health & safety as a company value and leads and guides employees in all areas of safety.

POSITION REQUIREMENTS: Values that align with the company culture: Efficiency through Simplicity; Family Oriented Environment; Ownership & Commitment; Hand on Approach; Passion.

Bachelor's degree in a related field plus supervisory experience or equivalent HR/Supervisory experience.

Possess a working knowledge of legal requirements related to human resources and safety.

Strong communication, presentation, problem-solving, organization, time management, and leadership skills. The ability to remain objective, fair and consistent when making human resource decisions.

Ability to maintain strong, positive relationships and influence and guide others.

Ability to remain approachable and accessible to employees on all shifts and work some weekends and holidays as needed.

Proficient in HRIS, Microsoft Office - Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

Must Have: Human Resources management or supervisory experience in manufacturing.

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