• Salvio Pacheco Square
  • Lead Human Resources Business Partner

    Posted: 05/31/2024

    HRBP’s primary role is to partner with organizational leaders to achieve their business objectives by providing guidance and input on employee relations and development issues (including but not limited to business unit restructuring, workforce/succession planning, employee development/performance, staffing, investigations, championing diversity, equity, & inclusion initiatives, and HR policy administration and development).  The successful HRBP acts as an employee champion and change agent and is expected to develop and maintain an effective level of business literacy related to their assigned client groups. The ability to build and foster business partner relationships, influence, impact change, and a strong drive for results are critical for this position.

    -Implements HR strategies that are aligned with business needs through influence and change management. Develops and maintains strong business relationships with client groups to drive business results; serves as a key member of business unit leadership teams
    -Promotes and fosters diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) in the workplace to support a high performing culture
    -Partners with assigned client groups in the interpretation and administration of various human resources policies and programs, as assigned, involving employment, compensation, benefits, employee/and or labor relations issues, and other matters
    -Guides and assists employees in the interpretation and administration of various HR policies, procedures, practices, and programs
    -Provides performance consulting to client organizations including, but not limited to training, needs assessments, organizational development and meeting facilitation. Collaborates with HR Centers of Excellence (COE) to develop strategies to respond to changing needs
    -Responsible for conducting investigations for the preparation and presentation of facts leading to the resolution of employee disputes and grievances related to various issues. Where applicable, participates in negotiations with employee unions and provides assistance in the interpretation and administration of labor contracts to include arbitration.
    -Researches, documents and presents special projects as assigned. Assimilates information and recommends company action based on findings and available funding.

    -Bachelor’s degree required. Major in Human Resources, Labor & Industrial Relations, or related field is preferred.
    -Minimum of five (6) years of relevant HR experience required.
    -Minimum of 3 years of Labor Relations experience is required. Exposure with contract negotiation, arbitration and grievances is preferred.
    -Proficient with large HRIS systems is preferred. (ie. Workday)

    Pay Min/Max: $115,300.00 - $172,800.00 Salary