Thursday, July 18, 2013

HR Business Partner / Manager at STOCK Building Supply


Job Description

The HRBP is both a strategic and hands-on business partner that provides full cycle Human Resources support in driving functional excellence and employee engagement.

Spanish fluency is required.

The consultative Human Resources Business Partner (HRBP) reports to the Director of Human Resources. This position is accountable for providing support in the areas of talent development, on-boarding orientation, regional retention strategies and execution, employee relations and other high touch human resource services to assigned customer group.  Delivering on these commitments in a timely, accurate, and professional manner it is critical to the success of this role.  The successful candidate will understand the full P&L responsibilities of the region and aid in driving the profitability, from a human talent, perspective.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Interprets and delivers professional HR best practices management support to staff and managers, and develops HR policy in collaboration with the HR/Safety & Risk management team.
  • Partners with the HR/Safety & Risk management team to ensure consistent delivery of policy application and quality assurance of all HR services, resources, and tools.
  • Provides coaching, guidance, and conflict management to staff and managers; encourages creative contributions and innovative solutions.
  • Ensures effective teamwork and coordination of HR service delivery with customer group, as well as within the HR/Safety & Risk Mgt team
  • Prepare, review and process information related to the recruitment of open positions;  working with hiring managers and Recruiting to ensure the widest net is cast to attract candidates. 
  • Works in collaboration with Recruiting and ensures managers are coached, guided and adhering to Stock’s best practices for Applicant Tracking processes and Affirmative Action compliance, preparing and processing new hire paperwork.
  • Partner with hiring managers on job description development, ensuring all DOL and FLSA regulations are met.
  • Partners with managers and staff to provide in-depth orientation to new staff ensuring integration of new members on their teams 
  • Plans and evaluates the design, development, training and coordination of performance management tools and staff development plans. 
  • Supports the Director of HR with the development, monitoring, and completion of short and long-term goals in alignment with organizational strategies and vision.
  • Researches and provides recommendations covering a wide variety of HR management strategies for achievement of change processes in compensation, performance management, staff development, recruitment and morale.
  • Selects plans of action and successfully resolves employment issues, based on established policies, procedures, best practices, and consistent with applicable federal, state and local employment law guidelines in partnership with the Director of HR.
  • Ensures a hands-on approach with non exempt/exempt staff and managers to reach a high level of engagement.
  • Partners with functional leaders and internal and/or external people on a variety of management issues for timely and creative resolution.
  • Improve, maintain and conduct exit interviews
  • In partnership with the Director of HR and Organizational Development; develop, deliver, and coordinate professional development events. 
  • Other projects as assigned by Director of HR.
Required Skills
  • Ability to understand business goals, work well in a matrix environment and recommend new approaches
  • Experience with rapid  changing work environments
  • Ensures management and employer compliance with Federal OSHA and State Health and Safety Laws and Regulations.
  • Coaching and mentoring skills; ability to navigate complex employee relations matters with tact and confidence.
  • Enthusiastic team player with a strong commitment to create a positive and engaging work environment
  • Bias for action, strong work ethic, and desire to achieve excellence
  • Ability to interface successfully at all levels of the organization
  • Excellent critical thinker able to make solid judgments, decisions and solve problems
  • Ability to provide excellent customer service to internal partners and clients
  • Ability to hold personal information strictly confidential
  • Understanding of local, state and federal employment and safety regulations, laws and best practices
  • Exceptional verbal, written and phone communications with the ability to communicate complex information in simple terms
  • Ability to build trust and able to establish and maintain effective working relationships with all constituents.
  • Strong project management skills with the ability to balance competing demands and satisfy conflicting needs with tact and diplomacy.
  • Strong experience using Microsoft Office, ATS, payroll and human resources software.
  • Works in collaboration with Recruiting and ensures managers are coached, guided and adhering to Stock’s best practices for Applicant Tracking processes and Affirmative Action compliance, preparing and processing new hire paperwork.
  • Partner with hiring managers on job description development, ensuring all DOL and FLSA regulations are met.
  • Partners with managers and staff to provide in-depth orientation to new staff ensuring integration of new members on their teams
  • Plans and evaluates the design, development, training and coordination of performance management tools and staff development plans.
  • Supports the Director of HR with the development, monitoring, and completion of short and long-term goals in alignment with organizational strategies and vision.
  • Researches and provides recommendations covering a wide variety of HR management strategies for achievement of change processes in compensation, performance management, staff development, recruitment and morale.
  • Selects plans of action and successfully resolves employment issues, based on established policies, procedures, best practices, and consistent with applicable federal, state and local employment law guidelines in partnership with the Director of HR.
  • Ensures a hands-on approach with non exempt/exempt staff and managers to reach a high level of engagement.
  • Partners with functional leaders and internal and/or external people on a variety of management issues for timely and creative resolution.
  • Improve, maintain and conduct exit interviews
  • In partnership with the Director of HR and Organizational Development; develop, deliver, and coordinate professional development events.
  • Other projects as assigned by Director of HR.

Required Experience
  • Bachelors degree required; masters degree ideal.
  • Minimum five plus years of HR Generalist and/or HR business partner experience supporting an employee base of 250+
  • PHR/SPHR certification preferred, but not required

Job Location
West Jordan, Utah, United States

Position Type
Full-Time/Regular


How to Apply: visit this online application - stockbuilding.com



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