We have an exciting opportunity for a Human Resources Manager with Gardner Denver - Nash. This position is located in Bentleyville, PA and supports the HR needs of this facility, field sales, and additional oversight for small service organizations across the United States affiliated with the Nash organization.
Recruitment, Retention, & Diversity: Ensures employee selection, transfer, discipline and/or termination decisions are justified, documented, and compliant with Company, legal and regulatory requirements. Recruits and manages onboarding process including advertising, screening, interviewing, pre-employment testing, new hire paperwork, orientation, HRIS entry. Develops and maintains appropriate reports documenting compliance. Works with plant and/or division management to develop programs to retain staff.
Compensation and Benefits: Administers the various plans in accordance with division and corporate guidelines and assists employees with benefits issues, acting as conduit between staff and TPA. Manages local/regional salary surveys, notifying corporate if salaries induce a significant geographic shift. Assists employees with benefits issues, new hire benefits training, annual open enrollment process, wellness on-site annual screenings, etc.
Training and Development: Performs needs analysis and develops training modules to meet the goals of the plant and its personnel. Facilitates external training as needed. Performs training and/or enlists other SMEs within the organization to assist with specialized or technical training.
Employee/Labor Relations: Develops relationships with all levels of staff to facilitate dispute resolution. Works with management to appropriately handle corrective action. Must have good working knowledge of challenges and needs of an operations/plant environment.
Policies and Procedures: Ensures corporate policies and procedures are executed in the organization. May create new or revised local policies and/or procedures. Works with senior and production management to ensure implementation of new or revised policies are appropriately disseminated through training via written, verbal or taped presentations and discussions.
Health, Safety and Loss Prevention: Partners with EHS leader to develop, recommend, promote, and monitor the implementation of wellness programs, safety programs and activities in order to minimize or eliminate losses attributable to personal or work-related injuries, occupational illnesses, or property damage.
Community Relations: Maintains involvement in local communities in order to keep abreast of social, technical and economic events that could impact the plant and its workforce.
Management: Develops and mentors a competent workforce through recruitment, training, coaching and establishing goals and objectives that drive the organization.
HRIS: Maintains HRIS database, payroll submissions, maintains HR files.
Other responsibilities as assigned or required.
Bachelor's degree in Human Resources or a related field. Master's degree and SHRM certification preferred.
3-5 years' experience in a Human Resource leadership role
Fluent in recruitment of exempt and non-exempt workforce, development and presentation of training modules, compensation principles and benefits policies
Ability to manage labor and/or employee relations issues in order to reach consensus between parties
Proficient at developing relationships at all levels of the organization.
SAP experience preferred
We are an equal opportunity employer and consider qualified applicants for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, or veteran status.