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CareerMine Job Id:
759041 Job Summary
Human Resources Business Partner
Employer Job Id:
St. Helens, OR
June 1, 2012
July 31, 2012
Human Resources Business Partner
- Dyno Nobel , a wholly owned subsidiary of Incitec Pivot Limited , is a global leader in the commercial explosives industry. We provide blasting solutions and quality explosives products throughout North America and Australia, as well as selected customers in the Asia Pacific region. Due to continued results and world-leading innovation, customers in the mining, quarry, construction, pipeline and geophysical exploration industries choose Dyno Nobel .
- Reports to the Human Resources Director / AN Manufacturing & Operations Business Group. Responsible for the following:
- Responsible for providing HR support at a generalist and business partner level to one of the chemical manufacturing plants within Dyno Nobel North America and surrounding region in the areas of recruitment and retention, compensation and benefits, learning and development, employee and labor relations, employment related research.
- Primary HR contact responsible for providing services in the following area at a generalist level:
- Benefits programs - Primary contact for employee benefit enrollments, plan information, questions and problem resolution. Works with Corporate Benefits Specialist, as appropriate, to assure employees receive expected level of service. Administrator of local medical and companywide benefit plans. Conducts annual benefit enrollment meetings. Work with employees and supervisors to coordinate short-term disability leaves and Family Medical Leaves in compliance with regulations and company policy; ensure paperwork is completed and pay is handled appropriately.
- Recruitment and Retention Programs – Assist management with internal and external recruitment efforts, including requisition approvals, internal postings, external recruiting, interviewing and selection of employees. Perform responsibilities and report as appropriate for Affirmative Action programs to ensure fair and equal employment opportunities for all candidates.
- Compensation and incentive programs (STI, Success Share, Merits) – Assists with salary administration program and local pay practices to ensure compliance and equity within organization, and conducts wage surveys of local labor market to determine competitive wage information and formulate recommendations to senior management.
- Employee and Industrial Relations issues - Spends time at assigned locations to establish and maintain rapport with employees and provide support to local management. Serves as advisor and mentor to management and employees for inquiries relating to company policies, procedures and programs as well as appropriate resolution of issues. Investigates grievances and other employment related issues. Recommends to managers and supervisors the appropriate actions, including proposed employment terminations, as appropriate, to support resolution of the issues.
- Administers DNA Drug and Alcohol Policy
- Learning and Development – Fosters a positive attitude towards achieving company goals promoting professional development. Assist in identifying all needed training by position, finding the training resources, administering the training (CBT, external, internal), tracking the training by employee and keeping the documentation.
- HR initiatives and processes - Effectively use and promote the Workday HCM process for goal setting, providing feedback, developing employees and assessing job performance. Provides coaching and training to employees and management for selection and promotion processes, terminations, employee relations, employment law, performance management, and other regulatory required programs, as determined.
- Job design work (position descriptions) – Works with designated management in the creation and management of position descriptions.
- Compliance – Consistently applies all federal and state regulations within the plant. Administers company policies as outlined in the Employee Handbook as well as local practices recommends changes, additions and/or deletions as may be appropriate. Documents any local site specific policy where appropriate
- HRIS System – Oversight of time entry and payroll for area locations.
- Ensure compliance with applicable DNA HSEQ Performance Standards, objectives and as well as identified acts and regulations.
- Other duties may be assigned within the capabilities of the successful candidate, as determined by management.
Work Environment and Physical Requirements:
- The demands described here are representative of those that must be met by the employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions (Refer to PD Guidelines).
- Ability to wear and care for applicable personal protective equipment (such as, safety glasses and shoes, respirator, hard hat and ear protection, safety harness) as required by site specific requirements
- Bachelor's degree in Human Resources or equivalent experience
- Minimum of 5 years Human Resource Generalist related work experience.
- PHR or SPHR certification
- SAP or Workday processing knowledge.
- Knowledge of applicable Federal, State and Local requirements concerning the area of Human Resources.
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6 - 10 years experience in Australia
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