Timkensteel Canton , OH 44702
How do you manufacture the world's cleanest alloy steel? How do you help your customers push the bounds of what's possible? With a smart and passionate team of people who are focused on a strong set of core values, on giving their best every day, and who are proud of the contributions they're making to our company and community. People who want to make a difference.
Purpose and Scope:
Advise and counsel supervision and other management personnel on interpretation of the Basic Labor Agreement and other labor agreements with labor unions representing TimkenSteel employees; on hourly staffing and contracting out issues, and on Company policy, to include the disciplinary and employment policies. Administer the Basic Labor Agreement on behalf of the Company. Represent the Company in negotiations and in other matters involving various labor unions.
Advise and counsel supervision and other management personnel on application and interpretation of the Basic Labor Agreement, Pension Agreement, Insurance Agreement, Supplemental Unemployment Benefit Agreement and 401(k) Agreement; and Company policy.
Assist with interpretation of Company employment policy as it relates to the bargaining unit employees.
Protect management rights.
Provide guidance on staffing, hourly job descriptions, contracting out, and related operational issues.
Administer hourly disciplinary action policy and process in a consistent and uniform manner.
Review the need for disciplinary action.
Oversee investigations conducted by management and analyze the evidence collected.
Recommend disciplinary action in appropriate cases.
Establish answers to complaints and administer the Grievance Procedure.
Determine Company's position and response to employee complaints of any kind.
Formulate and defend the Company's answers/position at each grievance at each step of the process.
Represent the Company in Step 3 of the Grievance Procedure.
Assist in preparation for arbitration.
Testify in arbitration hearings and administrative hearings as Company's industrial relations expert.
Assist in Contract Negotiations
Anticipate, understand and explain Company's position on local problems to the Union committee.
Prepare information and documentation that may be used in negotiations.
Assist with research concerning and formulation of Company's position on a wide variety of issues, to include, wages, pension benefits, healthcare, and working conditions.
Serve as Company's point of contact for issues concerning wages, hours, and working conditions
Assist with all extra-contractual discussions with various labor unions.
Interact with union officers and speak for the Company on various issues.
Take part in discussion with employees concerning individual complaints.
Prepare for and teach classes for management concerning the various labor agreements, disciplinary action, conducting investigations, scheduling, and a variety of other industrial relations issues.
Assist with Company's efforts in organizational campaigns at other Company facilities.
Bachelor's Degree in Business, Engineering, Human Resources, Industrial Relations or Legal Studies with a minimum of 6 years of experience in Human Resources and/or Industrial Relations.
Master's Degree in Human Resources or Labor Relations with a minimum of 3 years of experience in Human Resources and/or Industrial Relations.
J.D. or a LL.M in Labor & Employment Law with a minimum of 1 year of experience in Human Resources and/or Industrial Relations.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status.