Purpose Statement: Responsible for leading the Human Resources efforts at a site; serving as the business partner to the site leader; coaching/counseling the site leadership team in pursuit of desired site performance; developing human capital strategies for the site; leading site HR services.
Key Job Accountabilities:
Achievement of Site and HR Metrics - Assists in the development and achievement of various metrics; monitors, measures and reports on activities including staffing effectiveness, overall employee satisfaction/engagement, turnover/retention, etc. Identifying relevant issues and prescribing/taking action to improve results to insure value creation for the company.
Compliance - Keeps up to date on trends and legal developments, implementing the necessary actions to maintain compliance with federal, state, and local laws relative to employment practices.
Employee Relationships - Facilitate communication between employees and corporate HR functional specialty areas, serving as the primary contact for employees seeking advice and development coaching, assistance with policy interpretation, coping with change, etc., to maintain good working relationships and build credibility with site employees.
HR Business Partner - Effectively partners with the site leader/GM and site management team to facilitate and execute on strategic decisions; providing guidance, advice and assistance to leadership and supervisory staff on people and business issues, initiatives, and process improvements, identify training and development needs of associates.
Human Resources Leadership - Responsible for selecting and leading site HR staff in the efficient delivery of HR initiatives aligned with Corporate strategy including, but not limited to staffing, training and professional development, performance management process, compensation & benefit administration, succession planning, employee relations and employment practices within the site; may also be responsible for HRMS administration, health, safety and security (site specific).
Accountable to execute on Plexus’ Best People strategy, leaders will focus on evaluating potential, driving succession planning and ensuring that their employees receive the development and coaching required to realize their full potential.
Participate in meetings/conference calls with other Plexus Human Resources Managers and Corporate Human Resources staff to discuss initiatives, share best practices, and identify concerns/systemic implications of changes in an effort to reach agreement on how to fulfill strategic agenda.
Sets expectations and objectives for direct reports; evaluates performance, provides candid feedback and coaching to develop staff capabilities; serves as an example to the site for how to develop successors (where applicable).
Organizes project plans and completes initiatives on time, within cost parameters/forecast, and at or above desired quality levels as assigned by local management or Corporate HR.
Assists the site in the development of the quarterly/annual forecast relative to HR inputs.
Participate on Corporate HRLT team initiatives in support of strategic imperatives as needed.
Leads site organizational design reviews and succession planning initiatives holding site leadership team accountable for the development of successors/future leaders.
Investigates and responds to complaints received relative to allegations involving the site.
May also include administration of various (site specific) employee services (i.e.; employee transportation, cafeteria, payroll process/maintenance, etc.
Minimal travel may be required to meet the needs of the business (estimated <10%).
Additional duties as assigned.
A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Business Management or related field is required; an MBA is preferred.
Five (5) years of related experience is required; One (1) or more years of related experience is preferred.
PHR/SPHR certification a plus.
An equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the key job accountabilities may be considered.
Intermediate computer skills - literacy in the Microsoft Office suite of tools.
Highly adaptive, change management skills.
Able to manage multiple tasks and demanding schedules in a professional, level-headed way.
Must possess high level, organizational design and troubleshooting and problem solving skills.
Must be comfortable and fluent in presenting, facilitating and communicating to diverse groups of people.
Must be self-motivated; able to excel with both individual and group projects
General office equipment and materials.
The work setting should consist of an office environment with suitable lighting, comfortable temperatures, and a low noise level.
This document does not represent a contract of employment and is not intended to capture every possible assignment the incumbent could be asked to perform.
All offers of employment are contingent upon successfully passing a drug screen and upon completion of a confidentiality agreement.
Our Values and How We Lead behaviors guide our processes. Plexus does not make employment decisions based on race, color, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status. We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) and encourage all to apply today!
Globally, our policy is to recruit people from wide and diverse backgrounds. However, our company does not typically undertake sponsorship, including for H-1B, TN, and other nonimmigrant visas. Additionally, certain positions require access to controlled goods and technologies subject to the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) or Export Administration Regulations (EAR). Applicants for these positions may need to be “U.S. persons.” “U.S. persons” are generally defined as U.S. citizens, nationals, lawful permanent residents (or, green card holders), individuals granted asylum, and individuals admitted as refugees.