Develops Human Resources policies and programs for the entire company. The major areas covered are organizational planning, organizational development, employment, indoctrination and training, employee relations, compensation, benefits, safety and health, and employee services. Originates Human Resources practices and objectives that will provide a balanced program throughout all divisions. Coordinates implementation through Human Resources staff. Reports to the Chair as the ranking Human Resources executive in the company. Assists and advises senior management on Human Resources issues.
Assumes other duties as assigned by supervisor.
Perquisites for the Job:
- Education: Bachelor's degree or equivalent in Human Resources. Specialized training in
organizational planning, compensation, and preventive labor relations.
- Affiliations with successful companies who practice effective Human Resources Management.
- Generalist background with broad knowledge of employment, compensation, organizational planning, employee
relations, and training and development. Well-developed administrative skills. Strong management skills—principles
and people. Experienced working with more than two divisions.
- From eight (8) to ten (10) years' experience gained through increasingly responsible management
positions within Human Resources.
- A minimum of three (3) years' recent experience as the top Human Resources executive of a company with
800 to 1,000 employees in a nonunion manufacturing and office environment. Direct marketing companies a plus.
- High energy level, comfortable performing multifaceted projects in conjunction with day-to-day activities.
- Superior interpersonal abilities. Ability to get along with diverse personalities, tactful, mature, flexible.
- Good reasoning abilities. Sound judgment.
- Good communication skills.
- Resourceful and well organized.
- Participative management style—advocate of team concept.
- Ability to establish credibility and be decisive—but be able to recognize and support the organization's
preferences and priorities.
- Results and people oriented, but have sound judgment—ability to balance other business considerations.
Service oriented, but assertive/persuasive.