Job Number: 1983 TH
Our client in the packaging industry is looking for an HR Manager to act as their go to person for all things Human Resources. A strong grasp on all standard functions is expected, and the ability to adapt and handle anything that presents itself in the daily course of business is appreciated. The ability to work autonomously and formulate effective solutions to novel issues is vital.
- • Recruits hourly and salaried employees which include: screening applications; interviewing; extending job offers; scheduling physicals, drug screens and background checks; and conducting employee orientation. Policy and procedure development and implementation.
- Administer random drug testing.
- Payroll for salaried personnel, maintenance changes for hourly/salaried.
- Responsible for managing the Human Resources functions and the support staff.
- • Directs and maintains various employee relations activities and programs designed to promote and maintain a high level of employee productivity. Acts as liaison between employees, union and management personnel.
- • Evaluates the status and productivity of employee programs and recommends changes to improve efficiency and cost effectiveness. Identifies, troubleshoots, and resolves problem areas such as attendance, LOA/FMLA, workers’ compensation, unemployment compensation, etc.
- • Provides direction and counsel to HR staff, department managers, supervisors and employees regarding policies and programs affecting the human resources function.
- Assists in the development, evaluation and upgrading of safety programs.
- Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources or business related field or equivalent combination of education and 7-10 year’s experience.
- Three to five years’ experience as a Human Resources Manager or senior level Human Resources Representative position.
- • A minimum of three years’ work experience with exposure to safety and environmental elements in an industrial setting; experience in flexible packaging industry a definite plus.
- Must possess knowledge of all segments of the Human Resources field. Continually supplement knowledge with classroom and seminar instruction on related topics.