Principal human resources leader and business partner accountable for enabling growth and profit of the business by managing the full range of human resources functions and responsibilities to include labor relations, employment law, workforce planning, talent acquisition, talent management, change management, succession planning, employee engagement, compliance, compensation administration, benefits administration, training management, on-boarding, development of policy, processes and procedures. The incumbent will coach and advise key leaders, promote innovation and continuous improvement, live and champion company values.
The Big Picture - Top Skills You Should Possess:
- Professional Depth/Functional Competency - Strong working knowledge of multiple human resource disciplines including sourcing and recruiting, talent management, labor law, compensation , benefits, performance and talent management and employee engagement
- Communication/Facilitation -- Excellent communication and facilitation skills. Able to drive change, facilitate internal communication processes and facilitate dissemination of internal customer information. Possess strong coaching/consulting, and conflict resolution and facilitation skills. Must possess capacity to build effective collaborative relationships. Able to influence and conduct crucial conversations with key stakeholders.
- Business/Financial Acumen -- Able to understand and work with key financial measurements to analyze the business; understand how business strategies and tactics impact competitiveness; understand how to align and prioritize human resources processes and practices to support the organization's vision, goals and objectives.
- Customer Focus Orientation -- Strong focus on service delivery to internal customers while supporting alignment with the broader organization. Must build and develop relationships and be able to absorb and translate business partner/stakeholder goals into objective responses and actions, is able to effectively give and receive constructive feedback
- Organizational Agility - knows how to get things done through formal and informal channels, understands the rationale for key policy and strategy decisions and impact of culture on individual and organizational behavior
What You'll Be Doing:
- Principal representative for the company to the bargaining unit(s), manage the Collective Bargaining Agreement(s), establish and maintain management and labor relations, negotiate and administer CBA(s), reply to and manage grievances, plan, manage and collaborate with Government Services Staff Attorney, Vice President Human Resources and SOC Hawthorne General Manager to develop company position on negotiations, MOUs, mediation/arbitration.
- Plan and lead all talent management actions and processes to include; on-boarding, performance management, career advancement, disciplinary action, succession planning, career development and training, and employee engagement.
- Ensure policy, plans and nations comply with applicable federal, state and municipal (if applicable) employment law to include CRA, FLSA, ADEA, SCA, ADA, EPA, FMLA, GINA, IRCA, NLRA, OSHA, PDA and USERRA.
- Manage and oversee planning and execution of required training and incorporate in on-boarding process, establish and maintain requisite training records, monitor training and certificate expiration date and plan for re-certification. Modify training as regulations change and/or as new requirements are introduced.
- Develop effective team; establish common goals, shared mindset, foster collaboration and open dialogue and enable professional and functional development.
What You Need To Bring To The Table:
- Bachelor's Degree in Human Resources Management, Organization Development, or Business Administration or equivalent. MS in HR or MBA desirable
- Max of 10 years human resources experience across the range of HR disciplines
- SHRM-CP/SCP, CCP, CBP desired
- Able to obtain US security clearance
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Essential Functions: The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires that employers analyze and document essential position functions for all positions, with or without a reasonable accommodation.
These are the essential functions required for this position, with or without a reasonable accommodation:
- Visual acuity (e.g., needed to prepare and analyze data, to transcribe documents, to view a computer, to read, to inspect objects, to operate machinery)
- Kneeling, crouching or crawling
- Fingering (e.g., picking, pinching, typing, or other working that uses the fingers
- Capacity to think, concentrate and focus over long periods of time
- Ability to read complex documents in [English] language
- Capacity to reason and make sound decisions
- Ability to write complex documents in the [English] language
- Capacity to express thoughts orally (e.g., accurately, quick and loudly convey spoken instructions to workers)
- Expertise in any specific software required? (_MS Office_)
- Ability to regularly perform all job functions at Company's office or work site
About Day & Zimmermann
Our Government Services division, including Mason & Hanger and SOC, is an integrated provider of global security, critical infrastructure solutions, and architecture and engineering services to the U.S. Government and commercial clients. Whether we are designing facilities, staffing or operating and maintaining safe locations, our combined services support the national security mission in the U.S. and abroad.
As the trusted provider of integrated solutions to the U.S. Government and commercial clients, our dedicated professionals are engaged in the delivery of mission critical safeguards and security; facility management and operations; architecture and engineering; explosive ordnance storage and disposal; international logistics; life support; and staffing services.
We work side-by-side with our customers including, the U.S. Departments of State, Energy, Defense, and Intelligence Community, additional federal agencies, Fortune 500 companies, and non-governmental organizations, providing and helping create safe and secure environments in which they can perform their best work.
Diversity, Inclusion & Equal Employment Opportunity
Day & Zimmermann is committed to maintaining an inclusive workforce, where employees are hired, retained, compensated and promoted based on their contributions to our Company. Our collective strength is rooted in over 110 years of diverse employees and businesses, commitment to success, and delivery on promises made.
Federal and state Equal Employment Opportunity laws prohibit employment discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, national origin, citizenship status, veteran status and disability status. Day & Zimmermann is committed to providing an equal opportunity work environment in full compliance with these laws.
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