Plan, organize, direct, and develop the overall Human Resources and Administration functions for MEAA. Assist and advise management on business issues.
ESSENTIAL JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:
THE ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE POSITION INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO THE FOLLOWING:
• Supervise and perform the daily activities required to administer the Human Resources function in compliance with company goals, objectives, and federal and state rules and regulations. This includes functions such as employment, benefits, personnel records, payroll, workers’ compensation, wage and salary compensation associate relations and policy administration.
• Develop associates by training, cross training and providing educational opportunities.
• Recruit, screen and interview candidates and coordinate with management personnel as applicable. Ensure that job candidates are properly investigated and tested, if applicable.
• Monitor management and supervisory compliance with evaluations (performance development system) programs to ensure that meaningful evaluations are conducted in accordance with company policies.
• Assist in the solutions and appropriate adjustment to complaints received from employee by investigating complaints and collaborating with other personnel to reach a decision.
• Interpret policies, answer questions, and counsel employees regarding Human Resources matters.
• Cooperate with Legal Department to address and respond to legal compliance issues.
• Conduct Exit Interview with terminating employees to evaluate reasons for turnover.
• Coordinate the forecasting, monitoring, and implementation of budgeting for responsible area; gather and report data to prepare for semi-annual business plans.
The above description represents the most significant essential duties of this position but does not exclude other occasional work assignments not mentioned.
QUALIFICATIONS AND EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS:
• Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial Psychology, Organizational Leadership, Business or equivalent required, HR certifications preferred.
• Minimum of 3-5 years of progressively responsible diverse experience in Human Resources/Administration Management (with supervisory responsibility) in an automotive manufacturing environment, or equivalent.
• Strong verbal, written, and cross-cultural communication skills, emphasizing interpersonal and group communication skills.
• Mathematical, analytical, and computer skills emphasizing proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite or similar software.
• Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.
• Ability to operate and troubleshoot general office equipment.
• Ability to speak/facilitate in front of large groups.
• Ability to travel independently and support a three-shift operation, as needed.
• Ability to maintain confidential information.