Site HR Manager
Location: Based in Derbyshire
Salary: £50-60,000 + bonus + car allowance
As part of the site leadership team The HR Business Partner implements HR solutions that enable this international organisation to successfully achieve its objectives. Partnering with the Manufacturing & Supply Chain teams you will consult, execute and monitor HR strategies and programs, including performance management, talent management, workforce planning, development, and succession planning. The HRBP works closely with the broader HR team to deliver high quality solutions and provides guidance and coaching to a team of HR & L&D staff.
Provides human resources leadership, coaching, guidance and consultancy to a senior leadership team. Responsible for implementing and operationalising human resources policies and activities, including, but not limited to, guidance on escalated employee relations, Company policies and philosophies, recruitment, performance management, compensation, organisational change, development and human resources systems. You will also be responsible for creating an innovative employee engagement strategy and be responsible for driving the site improvement process.
Consults with business leaders to diagnose current and future HR needs and develop a strategy for resolution.
Collaborates with the HR team to implement and monitor HR solutions, strategy and Company branding.
Leads and supports the implementation of HR strategies, objectives and processes that are fully aligned with the overall function/business strategy and the HR strategy.
Works with the function/business on people/workforce strategies, helping develop high potential talent and supporting a high performance culture.
Consult with business leaders to identify future leadership talent building out both development and succession plans.
Responsible for ensuring business relevance of HR services offered, serving as the lead HR for the business/function or region
Able to balance "lead" role/face of HR with the business/function while at the same time ensuring delivering direct engagement and support.
Directly supports the business/function leader(s) with advice and coaching, being seen as a "trusted advisor" specifically being able to objectively assess, influence and push back when necessary.
Brings dashboards and metrics to the conversation and applies data judgment to drive recommendations.
Ultimately responsible to the business for quality and performance of all HR services provided.
Coaching and developing a team of HR & L&D professionals
Able to run and analyse reports, building out a strategy and/or approach to proactively assist business leaders.
Partners with leaders on employee relation issues, including recommendations for investigations, progressive discipline, performance improvement plans and terminations
Regular, in-person attendance and participation in designated department and leadership meetings (DRM, Leadership) as evidenced by being considered an integral part of the team.
Ensures compliance on Company policies operating within the UK’s legal framework.
Provides coaching and development to department leaders.
Drive culture to integrate Company values in all aspects of the business.
Participates as a strategic member of the regional operations team, ensures consistent application of the human resources plan with the operational business plan
Collaborates with operations leadership to anticipate and plan for long term human resources needs and trends
Receives employee relations complaints, researches and conducts necessary investigations, secures appropriate documentation and makes recommendations to resolve the complaints based on the investigation findings.
Advises Operations Managers regarding disciplinary actions and terminations, reviews reasoning and documentation, makes recommendations for appropriate actions accordingly
Maintains broad generalist human resources knowledge, interprets laws and regulations and ensures consistency when applying them to Company issues
Develops and creates presentations and/or training materials for human resources topics.
Regularly visits all sites in designated region
Completes other duties, including special projects, as assigned by Management
Degree educated or equivalent
CIPD L7 qualified
Responsibility held previously for HR at a large site 500+ in a leading manufacturing or logistics organisation
Coaching and development skills
Able to build and sustain strong relationships with peers and client business leaders.
Able to manage highly sensitive matters whilst maintaining confidentiality and objectivity.
Experience of developing appropriate HR programmes for a multi-cultural workforce
Exemplary employee engagement skills
Strong teamworking skills
Effective written and verbal communication skills.
High personal standards of integrity.
Project management skills.
Leads and delivers results through others.
Diagnostic and problem solving skills.
Demonstrated expertise with Word, Excel, and other MS Office suite applications
Demonstrated knowledge of HRIS system, preferably SAP
Excellent communication skills and the ability to research and resolve issues
Good understanding of intra-department functions and operations
Strong analytical and problem solving skills
Solid influencing skills
Demonstrated ability to coach and counsel employees
Ability to exercise common sense judgment in difficult situations
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