BASIC FUNCTION: (General summary of the job, level of skill, level of responsibility)
Guide and direct both the plant’s and the technical center’s (Springdale, AR) Human Resource function within approved budgets, corporate guidelines, and legal requirements. The Human Resource Manager is responsible for the administration of all Human Resource functions within the Springdale Plant and Technical Center operations. The incumbent is responsible for the recruitment of new employees at the site to ensure the best work force possible. The incumbent surveys area companies as to benefits, policies and wage rates to ensure Dayco is competitive within the community. The Human Resource Manager is responsible for communicating a variety of information to all personnel relating to items such as benefits, policies and procedures, activities and company announcements. The incumbent administers, interprets, and disseminates company policies and procedures to ensure fair and consistent implementation.
The Human Resource Manager is responsible for the identification of training needs, identifying resources required to meet those needs, and to providing training once resources are provided. This position serves as a trainer and facilitator in all areas of plant training. The incumbent has the responsibility to track all training to ensure compliance with IATF 16949 standards as well as plant policies and procedures.
PRINCIPAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: (Identify essential functions and responsibilities)
Administer the corporate salary structure within the plant and technical center.
Develop and administer a plant specific wage structure.
Administer policies and procedures relating to the Human Resource function to ensure fair and consistent application.
Recruit, source, interview and hire personnel for both the plant and technical center to ensure the most qualified work force possible.
Develop and administer training and development programs.
Employee Relations advisor, as needed.
Represent the plant and technical center with State/Federal agencies on issues involving the Human Resource function.
Responsible for all EH&S policies and procedures within the plant, as well as management of all work related incidents and corresponding worker’s compensation claims.
Responsible for administration of the ISO 45001 and ISO 14001 management systems, and for all other safety and environmental internal and external audits.
Coordinate employee training programs to ensure all personnel are properly trained in accordance with IATF 16949 guidelines as well as plant policies and procedures.
Complete and comply with any relevant customer specific requirements.
In relation to quality management system responsibilities, the below items are the responsibility of the QMS process owners.
- Organizing the analysis, the review and the description of the Key Process with the involved parties;
- Defining the indicators and monitoring them;
- Proposing improvements
This position has the authority to stop their process at any time in order to investigate a product, process, Environmental Management, or Quality System nonconformance or to prevent suspect product from further processing. In addition, they are authorized to initiate action to prevent occurrence of nonconformance, identify and record problems, recommend solution to nonconformance found within their control, and to verify the implementation of solutions. Lastly, this position has the authority to represent the needs of the customer in internal functions addressing IATF 16949 requirements that are within their control.
Serve on a project or permanent team as required to address special issues or problems.
KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE: (Minimum qualifications necessary to perform the job competently)
Educational Experience: High School Diploma Associate’s Degree Bachelor’s Degree Master’s Degree
Field of Study/Technical Certifications:
Minimum # of Years of Experience:
Required PC Skills: Word Excel PowerPoint Access Other: HRIS / Sourcing / Time and Attendance, CMS
Required Technical Skills: Understanding different Recruiting/Sourcing trends and programs, HRIS
Additional Job Specifications and required behaviors
(Teamwork, multi-tasking, etc.): Leadership, Teamwork, Innovation, Communication
INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL CONTACTS:
Daily communications with site management concerning Human Resource and training functions. Internal contact with all personnel on issues concerning benefits, wages, policies and procedures, disciplinary actions and training. External contact with corporate Human Resources, benefit administrators, local employment recruiters, and area companies.
DIMENSIONS: (Quantitative data of major measurable areas that directly or indirectly impact job)
Personnel Supervised: Hourly: 0 Non-Exempt: 0 Exempt: 1 Contract: 0
ORGANIZATION: (Reporting Relationships)
Next Reporting Title: Vice President of Human Resources, N.A. Director of Metallic Operations
Immediate Supervisor: Plant General Manager
This Position Title: Human Resources Manager
Subordinate Title(s): HR/EHS Generalist
Other Positions Reporting to Engineering Manager – Tensioners, Materials Manager, Plant Controller, Quality Manager, DPS the Immediate Supervisor: Coordinator, Production Manager, Engineering Manager – VGS
Salary Grade: FLSA Status: Exempt Non-Exempt
WORKING CONDITIONS/PHYSICAL DEMANDS: (e.g. work environment, lifting heavy objects, etc.)
Majority of the job will be sitting, standing, and walking in a normal office environment. Use of dexterity of hands and fingers to operate standard office equipment (computer, printer, etc.) will be required; occasional lifting light objects 5-10 lbs.
The employee is occasionally exposed to moving mechanical parts and vehicles of a manufacturing/assembly environment. The noise level in the work environment is usually quiet to moderate.
Other Physical Requirements;
- Vision (Near, Distance, Color, Peripheral, Depth)
- Sense of Sound – Speakers, Phone, Alarms
- Ability to wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) –(When in the Plant, Warehouse, and Quality Assurance areas)
The work environment characteristics described are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of the job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions. While performing the duties of the job, the employee is occasionally exposed to dust, cold and hot weather, and moderate noise levels
The statements contained herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified
Job Type: Full-time
Pay: $75,000.00 – $95,000.00 per year