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Human Resources Manager

Location: Multimatic Indiana - Butler, Butler, Indiana, United States

Posted: June 10th, 2019

Position Overview:

Using advanced, proprietary roll- and hot-form manufacturing processes, Multimatic Indiana - Butler produces fully engineered, high-quality components, assemblies and systems such as bumpers and chassis/body structural components for vehicle manufacturers.

Multimatic Indiana - Butler is seeking a Human Resource Manager to be responsible for developing and executing human resource/company policies and programs for the division/facility, including but not limited to; organizational planning, organizational development, recruitment, employee engagement, employee relations, compensation, benefits, safety, health, environment, employee services and training. This position requires excellent communication skills (written and verbal), including excellent negotiation and conflict resolution competence, and the ability to organize, prioritize, and multitask.

Facility Address:
Multimatic Indiana – Butler
201 R.E. Jones Road (County Road 30)
Butler, Indiana, 46721

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

Human Resources:

  • Responsible for all areas of Human Resources including:
  • Employee Development, Performance, Recognition and Retention
  • Employee Recruitment and On-boarding
  • Employee Succession Planning
  • Compliance and Risk Management
  • Compensation planning
  • Benefits Plan development and administration
  • Employee Relations support – including internal dispute resolution, disciplinary actions, counselling, exit interviews and analysis
  • Employee communications
  • Policy and Guideline Development and Interpretation
  • Creation and presenting employment agreements
  • Labor Market Analysis and Wage/Benefits Surveys
  • Data Collection and Reporting of Human Resources KPIs
  • Responsible for providing Human Resources services to all levels of employees
  • Set divisional Human Resources direction and provide support
  • Coach and train management and supervision in all areas of human resources, including effective employee performance management, alignment and engagement of employees, and overall talent management.
  • Directly manage divisional human resources staff; liaise with other divisional and corporate departments (Human Resources, IT, Legal and Finance).
  • Serve as a member of the senior management team, actively participating in strategic and operational discussions.

Health & Safety:

Along with the Health, Safety & Environmental Coordinator:

  • Leads the development of health, safety and environmental strategies and objectives to meet future needs and growth opportunities of Division
  • Develops and maintains health, safety programs, procedures and policies based on new and existing regulation as well as sound safety methodology
  • Participates in ongoing development, communication, and implementation of new programs and policies

Experience/Qualifications:

  • Several years of human resources experience with progressively more senior roles, within an expanding manufacturing organization.
  • Academic qualification with HR Designation – a Bachelor degree (or equivalent) is preferred.
  • Experienced in Health & Safety program implementation and management.
  • Experience preferences include a background in management positions held in a very lean, fast paced environment with changing priorities.
  • Experience and knowledge implementing effective employee development, mentorship and succession planning programs at all levels across the division.
  • Effective communicator (verbal and written) with all levels within a division.
  • High level of knowledge/experience in:
    • resource planning
    • recruitment
    • medical/dental benefits, retirement plans
    • health, safety and environment requirements
    • employee communications
  • Very good understanding of employment-related legal documents – ability to read/write employment contracts using a standard template, create immigration letters, etc. 
  • Very good understanding of local, State and Federal employment law
  • Ability to analyze and interpret human resources data obtained through HRIS
  • Ability to plan and implement employment related changes (benefit changes, wage, bonus, policy, etc.)
  • Experience with Kaizen and continuous improvement including 5S activities an asset
  • Excellent working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint
  • Team player, strategic thinker and effective problem solver
  • Ability to thrive in a “Lean and Mean” resource-conscious organization
  • Bias for action – reacts promptly to issues with appropriate actions/responses
  • Manages wide variety of tasks – very adaptable and organizes/prioritizes well
  • Perceptive, responsible and accountable 

Closing date for applications is July 10th 2019

If you are interested in this position, apply by sending us your cover letter and resume.
We thank all interested candidates in advance; however, only individuals selected for interviews will be contacted.
As part of our commitment to ensuring our employment practices are fair, accessible, and inclusive of persons with disabilities, recruitment-related accommodations for disabilities, are available upon request throughout the recruitment and assessment process for applicants with disabilities.