Full Job Description
As a trusted partner to the SI RSS-AM (Smart Infrastructure Regional Solutions and Service) Atlantic Zone field business and a member of the Siemens Human Resources Business Partner team, brings deep insight, an independent viewpoint and HR expertise to business issues. Consults with and influences field leadership to take actions on emerging people related topics. Translates business requirements into human capital imperatives and utilizes the full value chain of HR to derive relevant HR solutions to meet the evolving needs of the business. Plays a key role in orchestrating and facilitating changes to organizational culture, design and structure.
Understand business and its strategy, be an active part of the decision making process across all facets of the Zone (sales, service, support functions, etc.)
Understand the external world and its implications on the business and people strategy (industries, markets, customers, HR, people practices etc.) – “bring the outside in”
Provide the local perspective of business needs and requirements to HR at all levels
Ensure implementation of U.S. and Global HR Strategy (as applicable) in alignment with local needs
Develop and communicate the local People Strategy and translate it into HR goals and actions
Lead or contribute to the implementation of HR programs and initiatives for assigned Zone
Partner with leadership teams at relevant levels to drive performance and build organizational capability
Coach and enable executives to be more effective leaders
Identify needs for change management and champion related activities
Drive discussions related to workforce and organization design changes and provide recommendations
Partnering with business leaders to actively analyze and drive cultural change in line with business strategy
Enable local business to develop a diverse, robust talent pipeline
Guide the business on the appropriate HR programs, processes, and policies based on the business environment / strategy
Orchestrate and connect business with experts across the HR value chain to develop new or leverage existing solutions
Advise managers on organizational changes (incl. RIFs)
Talent Management / Development / Identification (SRM & People Agenda)
Participate in Labor Relations and Negotiations as assigned and required
Support and participate interviewing for Senior Management and Key Critical Roles
Review Engagement Survey Results with business partners and provide coaching & guidance on action items
Keep an overall pulse of the organization
Required Knowledge/Skills, Education, and Experience
Bachelor’s Degree required. Master’s Degree in Human Resources, Business Administration or Organizational Development a plus.
Minimum of 8 years of human resources generalist experience demonstrating a working knowledge of multiple human resources disciplines including succession planning, employee relations, performance management, and management consultation.
PHR/SPHR certification is preferred.
The ability to be flexible, self-directed, motivated and able to interact with employees at all levels and across multiple locations.
Strong oral and written communication.
The ability to establish and maintain effective relationships and gain reputation as trusted advisor and business partner.
Excellent interpersonal and coaching skills.
Ability to handle multiple projects or tasks while effectively prioritizing to meet deadlines in an ever changing, fast-paced environment.
Ability to successful drive change in the organization
Must possess above average proficiency in Microsoft Office (Work, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint)
Strong problem-solving and decision-making skills.
Proven ability to research and analyze information
Ability to use data and information to make recommendations to effectively resolve problems or issues by using judgment that is consistent with standard, practices, policies, procedures, regulations or government law.
The proven ability to demonstrate leadership skills, professionalism and team attitude.
Prior experience working in a matrixed environment a plus.
There will be 20%-30% travel associated with this position long-term with potentially up to 40% at the beginning. (once it is safe to travel)
Why you’ll love working at Siemens:
Competitive compensation (salary and bonus) based on qualifications
Medical, dental, prescription and vision coverage, first day of employment
Matching 401(k) (immediate employer match)
Competitive paid time off plan, paid holidays, and floating holidays
Career development opportunities
Education and tuition reimbursement programs available
Flexibility to work remote (FL or NJ)
Paid parental leave
Organization: Human Resources
Company: Siemens Corporation
Experience Level: Mid-level Professional
Job Type: Full-time
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