Human Resources General Manager (1077)

El Segundo, CA 90245, USA

Job Type

Full-Time; Direct-Hire

About the Role

Location: El Segundo, CA Compensation: from $100,000 /YR (DoE); exempt + benefits


  • Serve as the key advisor to Senior Management regarding employee relations and wellbeing, maintaining safe and productive workplaces, and implementing strategic staffing plans and organizational changes

  • Oversee compliance with federal, state and local regulations regarding discrimination, harassment, and sexual misconduct, among other topics, and ensure that pending changes are communicated to Senior Management

  • Review and update employment policy documents including Employee Handbooks and KBAs periodically and ensure compliance with the latest regulations

  • Provide guidance in compensation strategy and alert management to changes and trends in the labor marketplace

  • Provide insight into sourcing strategy, employer branding, and assist in managing messaging internally and externally

  • Take ownership of HR infrastructure and administration, with the goal of implementing best practices and efficiencies to support the people needs as the organization continues to evolve, including modernization of platforms that remove administrative redundancy

  • Assess learning needs and implement programs around employee development and help the organization build an Adult Learning Platform

  • Lead, build, and mentor the Human Resources Team

  • Help establish a positive and engaging workplace culture by effectively supporting employees across multiple locations with all HR-related needs

  • Coach and guide managers and employees on performance management techniques

  • Maintain a system of periodic performance reviews, including yearend reviews

  • Manage and continually report on legal exposure to the company and associated costs

  • Develop and administer the Human Resources budget

  • Administer health benefits and spearhead efforts to improve employee wellness

  • Manage and improve the employee onboarding experience

  • Manage the employee exit process, including minimizing potential future claims

  • Conduct employee investigations, mediate conflict resolutions and ensure fairness and equity amongst the work force

  • Maintain confidential record-keeping of all HR-related data including personnel files

  • Review, update and maintain the latest Organizational Chart

  • Collaborate proactively with Payroll on issues that involve both HR and payroll, including project-related reporting

  • Maintain an anonymous hotline for employee matters

  • Assist Senior Management in drafting publications and other material to be distributed to employees to improve employee welfare and engagement

  • Represent the company in selecting and dealing with health insurance providers, brokers and consultants

  • Manage relationship with labor unions including Collective Bargaining Agreeement negotiations and grievance filings

  • Manage relationship with placement agencies, recruitment firms, and other sources of potential workers

  • Manage visa and immigration processes for non-US citizen employees, including coordination with the parent company for its employees

  • Manage relationship with HR-related system vendors

Requirements

  • Experience as a Leader in a Senior Human Resources role with at least 8-10 years of progressive experience

  • Bachelor s degree in HR, business, social sciences or related field; advanced degree is preferable

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills; confident public speaker; comfortable presenting and interacting with all levels within an organization.

  • SPHR, SHRM-SCP certification necessary

  • Knowledge of federal and California, New Jersey, and Georgia labor laws, regulations, and best practices

  • Skilled user of MS Office products, especially PowerPoint and Excel

  • Ability to multitask across a broad spectrum of issues, but with precise and accurate attention to details

  • Solid working knowledge of administrating and implementing HRIS systems

  • Highest ethical standards and utmost confidentiality

  • Excellent active listening, negotiation, and presentation skills

  • Competence to build and effectively manage professional relationships at all levels of the company

  • Ability to plan, organize, and direct a complex, comprehensive human resources program

  • Must be able to travel on occasion