• May 14, 2023 6:55 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Company:  Solvay

    Job Description

    Solvay is in the midst of a comprehensive transformation for its culture, vision and how it conducts business and how its support functions, including HR, provide service to those businesses. The HR functions’ People Engagement Journey (PEJ) approach ensures a culture that has four guiding principles: 1) leader-led, 2) transformational, 3) value-driven and 4) purposeful. The Site HR Partner roles are key to this as members of the North American "Connect" team.

    Site HR Partners will deliver new systems and programs for our customers and HR to use, and ensure consistency and compliance in HR through intimate connections to Solvay’s people, businesses, and functions at a local level.

    Job Duties and/or Responsibilities

    This position will support the Materials business’s Greenville Texas site, which is a large, unionized and critical site. These duties include:

    * Support employees (including leaders) in Moments that Matter - both professional (career & development) and personal development. The covered population of employees exceeds 300.

    * Manage Labor Relations on a day-to-day level, i.e. contract administration and handling grievances/arbitration.

    * Partner with Site Leadership and Managers to advise on people topics (talent, organization, performance, development) and initiatives.

    * Direct communication channel to Strategic Business Partners.

    * Support Global People Solutions project work on an as-needed basis.

    * This position supervises one HR administrator on site.

    Minimum Qualifications

    You will bring:

    7+ years of experience in an HR-related role supporting a large and complex unionized manufacturing site.

    Degree in Human Resources Management or related business field.

    Experience in the administration of HR policies and programs (e.g., performance management, compensation, benefits, etc.)

    Experience in employee relations at the site level; day to day labor relations experience - contract interpretation and administration, grievances and arbitrations, working with union reps and committees

    Experience with organizational change, such as new approaches to HR, leadership, and people and functional resources deployment

    Strong communication, interpersonal and influencing skills

    Ability to relate well to all levels of employees, such as executives, managers, individual contributors, and especially blue collar hourly employees

    URL to apply to this position:  



    The U.S. base salary range reasonably expected to be paid for this position is $103,306 to $129,132.

  • May 08, 2023 5:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Company:  City of Denton

    Job Description

    Coordinates and administers the Citywide ethics and policy programs, creating awareness to all stakeholders to manage, maintain and improve effectiveness. Oversees the day-to-day operations of the Human Resources office including HR Compliance and Administrative Support.

    Job Duties and/or Responsibilities

    Implements and manages an effective Citywide ethics program

    Develops and manages the delivery of ethics training; collaborates with other departments to complete the review of and/or direct potential ethics violations or other ethics issues to appropriate departments for investigation and resolution

    Monitors and evaluates program and policy effectiveness and implements improvement strategies

    Assists and supports the investigation of allegations or complaints regarding unethical behavior; works closely with appropriate divisions as needed to investigate Ethics complaints.

    Processes and maintains employee disclosures of conflict of interest, gifts, and boards, commissions, and associations related to City business and/or their position with the City

    Processes and maintains employee disclosures of secondary employment related to City business and/or their position with the City

    Develops and maintains Citywide policies including implementation and application throughout the organization

    Oversees the administrative aspects of Human Resources compliance including department processes for Employment Eligibility Verification, Independent Contractors, Employee File Management and Retention Requirements to ensure Citywide alignment and compliance

    Works with internal stakeholders and any involved parties to resolve noncompliance with HR related laws, regulations, internal policies, processes, and directives

    Creates and manages effective action plans in response to HR compliance violations and influences the implementation of best practices across the department to mitigate risk

    Provides direction and supervision of daily activities of direct reports and is responsible for staff development through coaching; evaluates and coordinates training needs; provides ongoing performance feedback and annual performance assessments

    Oversees the procurement processes for HR, including but not limited to, processing purchase orders, inventorying and ordering supplies, Request for Proposals (RFPs), vendor setup and payment processing

    Oversees open records requests, employee record inquires and HR file audits. Works cooperatively with internal and external auditors, promptly responding to requests for information

    Supervises the electronic maintenance, preservation, and destruction of records in compliance with the Local Government Records Control Schedule, pursuant to Local Government Code 203.041, Texas State Library and Archive Commission; this includes but is not limited to personnel files for current, terminated, retired, and deceased employees; also advises staff members with questions regarding compliance and retention

    Oversees the Citywide Tuition Reimbursement Program and ensure it follows applicable City policies

    Oversees and coordinates special events associated with Human Resources (i.e. Service Awards, Employee Appreciation Day, etc.)

    Stays abreast of applicable Federal, State, and local laws, regulations and policies pertaining to human resources and/or municipal operations

    Prepares reports and presentations as needed

    Maintain regular and punctual on-site attendance

    Performs other duties as assigned

    Minimum Qualifications

    Minimum Qualifications / Acceptable Equivalency Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Public Administration, HR Management, or related field with Six (6) years of experience in ethics and/or policy compliance, HR compliance, compliance officer or related field including two years in a supervisory or management capacity. OR Any combination of related education, experience, certifications and licenses that will result in a candidate successfully performing the essential functions of the job. Core Competencies Knowledge of local, state, and federal laws and regulations relevant to program areas. Knowledge of regulatory and legislative trends affecting ethics programs. Knowledge of principles and practice of personnel management and resolving ethics issues. Knowledge of employee records administration, maintenance techniques, procedures and destruction. Skill in analyzing and researching, to interpret and understand policies, laws and regulations, and to provide workable recommendations and solutions to problems. Skilled at developing and delivering multi-mode communications and training that convey a clear understanding of the unique needs of different audiences. Skilled in the use of a personal computer to include Microsoft Office programs and other software programs. Skill in building strong customer relationships and delivering customer-centric solutions. Ability to handle records and complex situations of a confidential nature. Ability to simultaneously handle multiple tasks and changing priorities in an efficient and effective manner. Ability to maneuver comfortably through complex policy, process, and people-related organizational dynamics. Ability to communicate effectively both in writing and in oral communication with diverse groups of people. Preferences Experience working with municipality Certified Compliance & Ethics Professional (CCEP) or similar certification Certified Professional in Human Resources (PHR)/Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) or similar certification

    URL to apply to this position:   www.dentonjobs.com

    Salary Range:  $73,729 - $98,059.50

  • April 08, 2023 11:12 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Company:  Southwire

    Job Description

    The P&C Specialist performs a variety of day-to-day Human Resources activities in support of a manufacturing operation, maintains HR data, ensuring their integrity, processing, and reporting as needed. The incumbent works independently under the general direction of the P&C Manager. Provides services to employees, and handles problems and non-routine situations by determining the approach or action to take and interprets guidelines, procedures, policies, and practices.

    Job Duties and/or Responsibilities

    Responsible for timely and correct submission of Payroll data (ADP) weekly.

    Work with Supervisors/Managers during the week to maintain accurate Time and Attendance data.

    Coordinate all hourly recruiting activities, to include:

    Maintaining current log of open positions

    Working with internal Talent Acquisition team to schedule interviews

    Interviewing hourly candidates as needed

    Schedule pre- and on-boarding of new hires and conduct new hire orientation.

    Work with employees to answer questions regarding benefits, policies, compensation, and any other general services.

    Lead Plant diversity and inclusion initiatives.

    Maintain integrity of employee records, files and general data.

    Minimum Qualifications

    3+ years’ experience working in HR with demonstrated success in recruiting and onboarding employees.

    Bachelor’s degree in related field preferred.

    Bilingual preferred.

    Strong interpersonal skills with a service-oriented nature; desire to build relationships with others.

    Excellent verbal and written communication skills including experience leading teams and public speaking or training.

    Skilled at using MS Office.

    Ability to organize work and set priorities to accomplish individual and team goals; may include occasional, non-traditional hours/shifts.

    Ability to work independently with minimal supervision.

    Southwire is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

    URL to apply to this position:


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