Senior Plant Human Resources Manager
Senior Plant Human Resources Managers oversee recruitment and retention, onboarding, employee relations, compliance, training, payroll, compensation, safety, and benefits in the plant. They are responsible for the development and administration of HR policies and procedures. Maintains and updates employee records, various reports, and provides employee coaching on work related matters. This position has a strong relationship with the Plant Manager and Plant Leadership team and must be able to understand business issues and bring solutions that advance the greater interests of the business. This opening has responsibilities for two locations in the Modesto area. Ideal candidate lives near the Modesto area. The primary duties of a Plant HR Manager include:
Understands, follows and enforces all established safety, health, quality GMP and Company policies, procedures and recognized practices.
Understands, follows and enforces all established policies, procedures and recognized practices.
Responsible for recruitment, selection and retention of plant employees. Partners with Plant Leadership in maintaining staffing levels to budget.
Processes the plant weekly payroll and administers the attendance policy.
Interprets and applies company policies, benefits, practices, procedures, programs and applicable laws.
Responsible for the investigation and administration of worker compensation claims, record keeping, and documentation. Works with Corporate EH&S on worker’s compensation case management.
Maintains records and compiles reports concerning personnel related data such as hires, turnover, employee programs, performance appraisals, wage progression, and absenteeism rates.
Represents organization at personnel-related hearings and investigations.
Plans and coordinates new employee onboarding to foster positive attitude toward organizational objectives.
Analyzes training needs to design employee and leadership training and development, including safety programs.
Plans and organizes company events, e.g. luncheons, picnics, recognition, etc.
Serves as the liaison between management and employees by handling questions and assisting in the resolution of employee related issues.
Provides effective guidance and coaching to Plant Leadership, relating to employee concerns, problems, and disciplinary action to comply with company policies.
Acts as the Plant Safety Coordinator. Responsible for managing all plant safety programs and training, and maintains the first aid room.
Serves as contact with temporary labor agencies to schedule workers to meet daily production staffing requirements and to process pay records. Reviews and approves invoices, and addresses temporary worker issues as required.
May be responsible for special projects related to other functional areas and other related duties as assigned.
0-25% travel may be required.