Senior HR Strategic Partner

Location: Chicago, IL

Senior HR Strategic Partner

Based in Chicago, IL


Responsibilities:

· Oversee all policies, procedures, and programs related to manufacturing, and provide expert advice to other HRBPs.

· Build trusted relationships that align with the company's culture, vision, and values.

· Support the HR Leadership Team in aligning people initiatives with the business strategy, implementing change, and supporting business development.

·Provide trusted counsel and advice on HR and employee relations matters, ensuring compliance with legal requirements and minimizing risks.

Provide guidance to line management on coaching, counseling, career development, succession and talent management, performance management, and disciplinary actions.

Develop and implement HR solutions to improve performance and support business objectives.

Collaborate with managers and leaders to assess and prepare for future talent needs, manage internal transitions and promotions.

Lead change management initiatives, preparing managers and leaders to drive effective change.

Partner with Corporate Centers of Excellence (COEs) in leadership development, compensation, benefits, and staffing to drive organizational initiatives.

Manage and support plant apprenticeship program.

Provide administrative backup for HR performance management system.

Participate in or lead assigned projects, supporting the VP of Global Human Resources with reports, metrics, and miscellaneous projects.

Develop and maintain all HR policies.

Support learning and development opportunities.

Leadership: Lead a team, coordinate efforts, provide expert guidance, and maintain completion schedules.

Other duties as assigned by management.

Requirements/Qualifications:

Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources or equivalent work experience and PHR designation is a plus.

7+years of experience in a manufacturing environment resolving complex employee relations issues and progressive HR experience.

Proven experience serving as a link between various HR functions such as onboarding, offboarding, employee relations, performance management, compensation, talent assessments, succession planning, engagement/retention, and learning and development.

Knowledge of multiple HR disciplines including compensation practices, organizational diagnosis, employee relations, diversity, performance management, and federal and state employment laws.

Proficiency in Microsoft Office and Outlook, with strong spreadsheet and data management skills.

Ability to work in a fast-paced, growth-oriented, and collaborative environment.

Strong leadership qualities with exceptional written and verbal communication skills and excellent interpersonal skills.

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