Do you want to join an international team working to improve the future of healthcare? Do you want to improve the lives of millions of people? Grifols is a global healthcare company which, since its foundation in Barcelona in 1909, has been working to improve the health and well-being of people all over the world. Our four divisions
Manages or mentors a small group of HR Business Partners and other HR personnel including possibly HR administrative staff. Works with Sr Leaders to resolve employee relations issues through a systematic approach. Assists senior management in the development of solutions through cultural and process organizational development. Provides strategic client-focused support that meets operating and long-term strategic objectives, including the following activities: implements business unit/departmental change, provides solutions to business issues utilizing competitor/best practice data/HR tools, processes and diagnostics, confers with other HR professionals for unique solutions and systems, provides clarification of line management role in HR processes, continuously scans the organization environment to anticipate business needs and provide solutions, advocates sound principles of people management practices.
Identifies group capability, strengths and gaps; partners to develop and implement plans to close competency gaps with defined action items (staffing changes, development plans).
Manages the salary administration, promotion, transfer, relocation, orientation, and termination of personnel within the assigned HR group and client group; assures compliance with EEO Regulations.
Delivers solutions in collaboration with business leaders (i.e., education around a critical topic, business process change) through multi-vehicle communication plans.
Prepares key business data analysis and makes recommendations to effectively communicate HR products, services and programs (benefits, compensation practices, orientation, and executive assimilation).
Evaluates the effectiveness of career paths, job ladders and job/role descriptions to ensure validity and consistency of use among client groups. Communicates reward and retention philosophy of the organization and for the business units.
Ensures effective application of the annual performance management program through evaluation, analysis, and feedback. Conducts equity and utilization analysis of merit pay and other reward programs. Identifies compensation issues that are legitimately impacting client groups and works with the Compensation team and the manager to identify a resolution.
Assists management in providing effective leadership development through coaching.
Maintains ownership of HR business partner processes. Develops and maintains standard operating procedures (SOPs) with internal controls.
Analyzes information, develops alternatives, makes recommendations, and implements solutions to a variety of challenges. May leads cross functional projects on behalf of the HR organization.
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE
Bachelor's degree in Business, HR or related field. SPHR Certification preferred.
Typically requires 8 years of HR experience that includes at least 5 years working as a HR Business Partner. Related industry experience preferred. Project or technical leadership experience required. Supervisory or management experience preferred.
Advanced knowledge of work environment and corporate systems. Advanced knowledge of employment laws, HR market trends, and alternative approaches to HR practices (i.e., work/life policy, compensation, team facilitation, organizational development). Advanced analytical, oral and written communication skills. Strong critical thinking and problem solving skills, including the ability to perform root cause analysis. Ability to problem-solve across various environments and multiple issues.
Location: NORTH AMERICA : USA : TN-Memphis:IBCORPOR - Corporate