This is a great opportunity for an experienced HR generalist to join the on-site senior leadership team in this organisation. The Plant HR Manager will be responsible for the day-to-day operations on site, as well as identifying, developing and deploying business-driven HR strategies, with a focus on attraction and retention strategies, culture and engagement, and developing a high-performance workforce
Michael Page are exclusively supporting our client in the recruitment for a Plant HR Manager - our client is a global organisation, a leader in the field of design, manufacture and marketing of automotive products.
Reporting directly to the European HR Director, and responsible for the management of 2 line reports, the HR Manager will be a key driver of the business values across the organisation - Select the Best, Create the Right Environment, Build and Develop, and Recognise and Reward. Operational excellence and continuous improvement will be at the heart of the role.
Responsibilities will include (but not be limited to);
- Collaboration with a Regional or Global HR team to lead key HR activities / initiatives
- The development and implementation of the HR policies and procedures, according to the Corporate and Business guidelines and local rules/legislation
- Support in developing the Organisation design according to the business needs and ensure its implementation
- Ownership of Performance, Talent, Succession Review for the plant
- Propose, coordinate, and implement People Development and Training Plans
- Be an integral part in on-site recruitment processes
- Ensure compliance with labour legislation in the company
- Coordinate the internal labour relations and actively participates in the negotiation with local Unions
- Review of the organisation's Rewards & Benefits offering
- Managing the analysis of risks and opportunities in their area of responsibility
- Review and management of the application of safety and environmental regulations
- Participate in the implementation and continuous improvement of the EHS Procedure
- Facilitate the establishment of the structure and establish responsibilities and resource needed for the administration and management of EHS
The ideal candidate will be CIPD qualified, with circa 7+ years in a similar operational role, preferably within a fast-paced global manufacturing organisation.
A strong leader, with demonstrable experience in coaching and developing leaders, and a sound knowledge of labour relations are essential.
You will have demonstrable experience across the full employee lifecycle, as well as a solid understanding around on-site H&S and compliance
A salary of up to £62,000 plus car allowance and benefits