Business Ladder/ Associate Relations Representative

Business Ladder/Associate Relations Representative
Duties & Responsibilities:
Provide customer service related to Associate Relation/Human Resources functions
Develop, implement and manage strategic Human Resources projects/activities
Develop Associate Relations/Human Resources management systems and management
Develop concepts, strategies and SAP's to implement key Human Resources initiatives
Participate in and lead project teams working with subject matter experts, internal departments and other Human Resources team member to address business needs
Present recommendations to management for consensus and approval
Daily Tasks Performed:
Develop, plan, and execute steps to implement HR initiatives
Develop SAP's with milestones, assignments and deliverables to achieve objectives
Lead and communicate effectively in all activities
Provide daily HR customer service
Support a 2-shift rotation and provide shift coverage (Early and later shifts)
Additional Work Factors:
Environment candidate will be working in: Office and factory
Estimated amount of overtime: 5 hours
Minimum Job Relevant Knowledge:
Knowledge of HR policies, procedures, and systems
Knowledge of Employment/Labor Practices
Strong Project Management Skills
Practical knowledge of general HR functions (Benefits,Compensation/Payroll)
Demonstrated Analytical and Presentation Skills
Minimum Job Relevant Experience:
5 years of progressive HR/AR or management experience
Education (Degree/Certification Required):
Bachelor of Science in Human Resources or Business related field or 7 years equivalent experience in Human Resources or Management experience
Required Skills:
Demonstrated good judgment and decision making capability
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Demonstrated project management skills
Strong capability to multi-task and adapt to changing priorities and needs
Desired Skills and Abilities:
Prior Manufacturing experience
Prior HR Generalist experience
Excellent customer service, teambuilding and interpersonal skills
Strong PC skills in the MS Application (Excel, PowerPoint, Word)

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