HR Manager

Job Summary
The HR Manager partners with the local leadership team to support local goals, organizational development, growth, cultural change and innovation. This role is the primary contact for local day-to-day HR support and is a change agent for strategic and tactical improvements.
Ensures HR Services are effectively delivered across two manufacturing sites in the US, a Sales office in Canada alongside providing HR support to the Sales organization in the Americas for the business unit. This includes but is not limited to: Training & Development, Talent Acquisition, Performance Management, and Employee/Labor Relations.
Implements HR strategies to support business unit goals. Understands functional objectives, business objectives, and HR's role in delivering on the objectives.
Manages the full scope of the employee life cycle including: identifying resourcing issues, implementing local staffing plans (temp & hourly) to ensure staffing needs are met, managing local recruiting (hourly), onboarding (salaried & Hourly), and implementing exit policies / practices (salaried & hourly).
Proactively seeks feedback to improve service levels and recommends relevant policy / process changes. Recognizes and acts on opportunities for HR to add value to the business.
Implements learning and development plans to support locational needs.
Supports supervisors and managers with performance management needs through the use of processes and tools. This includes coaching, addressing performance issues, developing employees, and succession planning.
Supports effective local communication.
Understands and applies employment & labor law, policies, practices, and compliance. Adapts to changing labor laws. Ensures HR records are maintained to support HR audit & compliance.
Supports and implements site Recognition programs in partnership with Operations and functional strategies.
Member of the local Operations Leadership team.
An advocate and steward for a strong Continuous Improvement and Safety Culture.
Excellent communication skills, verbal and written.
Ability to analyze complex problems, interpret operational needs and develop solutions.
Well-organized with a systematic approach to responsibilities.
Ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships.
Proven ability to coach and advise supervisors / managers on employee relations issues.
Ability to effectively deliver training and engage participants to ensure understanding.
Strong computer skills in Microsoft Office (Advanced Excel & Powerpoint preferred).
Experience in managing and implementing projects.
Ability to work independently.
Required Education / Experience
Bachelor's degree in HR related field.
3-5 years in a lead site-level HR role.
Experience working in a manufacturing environment.
Experience of working across multiple sites.
Preferred Education / Experience
PHR or SPHR certification
Radiodetection is a world leader in the design and development of test equipment, used by utility companies, to help install, protect and maintain their infrastructure networks. Radiodetection is headquartered in Bristol with offices around the world. It is a subsidiary of SPX Corporation. Radiodetection is an equal opportunity employer and makes employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, genetic information, disability, protected veteran status, or any other reason prohibited by applicable law.
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