Mankato, MN, US
Job ID : 3625
Job ID : 074-16-00005

Job Accountabilities

As a Lead Human Resources professional at the facility, the Human Resources Manager will be responsible for managing all human resource and labor relations activities at our manufacturing facility in Mankato, Minnesota.  This role has a blend of strategic and administrative responsibilities with support from our Centers of Excellence at our Philadelphia Headquarters.

Reporting directly to the Plant Manager, the individual will hold the following responsibilities;

  • Perform as a strategic partner along with the rest of the plant management team. Act as a liaison between the plant floor management and the Plant Manager in all areas of compliance, labor relations and employee relations
  • Liaison with Corporate Human Resources team on various matters.
  • Support the Plant Manager, Area HR/IR Manager and Corporate Negotiator in contract matters
  • Identify, investigate and resolve any employee relations issues at the plant
  • Full-cycle talent acquisition responsibilities to include sourcing, screening, interviewing, selection, verification and offer management.
  • Developing and implementing onboarding programs for all hourly and salaried programs
  • Organizational development activities to include active management of the site’s Succession Plan.
  • Evaluate the training needs of the facility and along with Corporate develop/design and roll-out a variety of training topics that will be benefit to the location and Division
  • Coordination of medical coverage and questions with Corporate Insurance
  • Coordination of FMLA, Workers Comp and other related leave issues
  • Administering the site’s Affirmative Action Plan and maintaining the hiring log
  • Employee relations issues which would include but not be limited to; resolving conflicts, implementing disciplinary procedures, developing and rolling out improvement plans and  investigations
  • Plan and manage the annual Crown Health & Wellness Fair
  • Responsible for Environment, Health & Safety at the facility.
  • Involvement with the plant’s EHS Committee, WCP Committee and Quality Teams
  • Performance management to include leadership of employee appraisal processes, development and corrective action programs.
  • HRIS system administration including payroll issues, employee data input, daily attendance,  and other related areas
  • Maintenance of employee files and records

Job Requirements

The following will be required for success in this role:

  • BA/BS degree in Human Resources/Business or a related discipline
  • Manufacturing environment experience preferred
  • HR certification through SHRM or HRCI a plus 5+ years’ experience as a Human Resources Generalist with demonstrated expertise in talent acquisition, performance management, employee relations and training.
  • Experience in a union environment with grievance proceedings and contract negotiations preferred
  • Working knowledge of all local, state and federal laws and regulations
  • Ability to work both independently and as part of a team Superior interpersonal skills both written and verbal

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