Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Plant Human Resources Manager - Connecticut

This is an outstanding opportunity for a high performing, talented and strategic Human Resources Manager in a manufacturing facility.

The incumbent is responsible for planning, developing, directing and controlling Human Resources policies and programs that are consistent with the desired high performance culture.

The position is responsible for developing and administering policies relating to all phases of human resources.

Leads and supports strategic initiatives within the facility and, at times, across the organization.

Supports and applies lean manufacturing programs and actions.

Develops, supports and directs leadership development, training, performance management, communications and ensures appropriate staffing levels.

Advises management in appropriate resolution of employee relations issues.

Effectively responds to plant manager, management team and employee inquiries regarding policies, procedures and programs.

Maximizes employee satisfaction by investigating complaints and concerns;evaluating and offering possible courses of action; providing advice, guidance and direction.

Maintains compliance with all applicable federal and state regulations.

The ideal candidate will possess a degree from a four year college or university and have five to eight years related experience and / or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Advance degree preferred. Must have excellent problem solving skills and the ability to effectively handle problems that are varied and many times non-repetitive. Excellent communication skills including the ability to communicate at all levels of the organization and maintain confidentially is required. The position requires superior interpersonal abilities, ability to get along with diverse personalities, while being tactful, mature and flexible. Must be highly organized and ability to drive projects to completion. The ideal candidate must possess a high unwavering value of being ethical.

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