HR Business Partner (Part Time, Flexible Hours)
At Gibraltar Labs, a Nelson Labs Company, our employees are part of an industry-leading, global provider of sterility assurance, medical device evaluation services and expert advisory services.
Our employees receive competitive pay, growth and learning opportunities, insurance benefits, paid holidays, time-off and the opportunity to attend many company-sponsored employee and family events.
Nelson Labs employees play a critical role in reaching our mission of: Safeguarding Global Health.
The HR Business Partner will work with Nelson Labs leaders to support the business imperatives of the company. This role will be a key player in helping leaders to build a strong strategy that drives business success while meeting employment law requirements, increasing employee engagement, and developing strong leadership competency. HR Business Partners work with the HR team and leaders to execute a variety of workforce planning decisions including staffing requests, acquisition of talent, pay assessments, promotions, department transfers, and others. They will act as the legal company representative in the resolution of employee issues, ADA accommodations, and medical or non-medical leaves.
This role is part-time (estimated at roughly 25 hours per week). Consistency in days hours worked each week is expected, but the specific days and hours worked each week is very flexible.
Education and experience requirements:
Bachelor's degree and 4 years' relevant HR Business Partner experience required
Candidates must also have experience with multiple Human Resource disciplines including employee relations, compensation practice, organizational development, performance management, federal and state employment laws
Scientific knowledge and experience preferred
Spanish fluency helpful
Work with HR leadership and local leaders to facilitate effective leader development that is based upon clear succession plans to meet future needs of the organization
Provide guidance and input on organizational design proposals, workforce planning initiatives, and business offering expansions
Lead the organization to make certain that job descriptions have clear competencies, are accurate, consistent, and match equivalent roles as benchmarked across the industry
Partner with leaders on talent management:
Assess departmental talent needs
Identify retention risks and initiate retention efforts
Guide talent development plans and follow up on progress
Partner with leaders in workforce planning:
Voluntary and involuntary terminations
Provide pay rates based on current compensation assessments and in line with maintaining internal and external pay equity
Partner with the Talent Acquisition Manager and recruiters to support managers in the following ways:
Promote timely talent acquisition of highly qualified candidates
Drive interviewing and hiring practices that are consistent and compliant with current employment laws
Support current hiring initiatives to meet the needs of the organization
Partner with the Professional Development Department (PDD) Manager to support leaders and employees:
Onboarding of new hires
Train on various HR related topics as needed
Drive initiatives to increase employee engagement by working closely with leadership and employees to improve work relationships, build morale, increase productivity and retention
Lead the performance management process through regular, meaningful 1:1s, midyear check in, and end of year performance reviews
Work with the HR Manager to manage and resolve complex employee issues; conduct effective, thorough, and objective investigations when necessary
Work with the corporate leave administrator to guide ADA accommodations and medical or non-medical leave requests
Collaborate with the corporate compensation and benefits team to communicate benefits open enrollment, compensation initiatives, etc.
Know and follow applicable regulatory requirements (GMP, GLP, ISO, etc.)
Know and follow company policies and procedures
Complete required training on time
Attend work regularly and reliably
Adhere to all policies and procedures
Perform other duties as assigned
Competencies of this position
Must be self-directed and motivated
Solid business acumen
Strategic mind set to effectively partner with leaders to implement new strategies
Strong conflict management skills
Good interpersonal and negotiation skills
Excellent leader development and coaching skill set
Ability to assess pay rates based upon internal and external equity
Ability to exhibit a high level of confidentiality
Strong ability to use employment law knowledge to guide leaders through employee relation issues, ADA accommodations, and leaves
Team-oriented and demonstrated ability to partner with other HR functions
Ability to organize and manage time
Excellent computer skills, including Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, HRIS, and others
This job operates in a professional office and laboratory environment. This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, keyboards, computer mouse, telephones, photocopiers, projectors and file cabinets.
Occasional travel during the business day. Some out-of-the area and overnight travel may be expected.
Required to sit, stand, walk, and use a computer for a majority of the workday. May be required to lift up to 10 lbs.