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HR Manager

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Category: Human Resources
Location: Holmesville, OH, United States
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Who We Are:

Auria is a leading global supplier of highly-engineered systems for automotive flooring, acoustical, thermal, aerodynamic and other fiber-based solutions for gas and electric vehicles. With U.S.-based operational headquarters in Southfield, Michigan, Auria operates 16 manufacturing, 9 technical and 5 JV locations across 10 countries and employs approximately 3,900 people worldwide.
We are currently searching for a Plant Human Resources Manager to join our team at our Holmesville Plant in Holmesville, Ohio.
What you will do:
  • Participate as an active member of the plant management team in ensuring the location meets or exceeds objectives in areas of safety, cost, delivery, quality, launch, compliance, etc.
  • Assess training and development needs of the location and prepare location training plans accordingly.
  • Collaborate with location leadership team to ensure strategies are in places for employee engagement and retention, including communication forums, surveys that measure engagement, appreciation and recognition events, etc.
  • Manage the employee onboarding process, including orientation sessions and ensure effective assimilation into the role.
  • Manage the workforce planning process to ensure the right resources at the right time for the location, including development of job descriptions and following the organization's job evaluation process.
  • Manage the recruitment and staffing process for both hourly and salaried positions.
  • Administer performance review program and ensure the process is effectively utilized.
  • Administer salary administration program to ensure compliance and equity within organization. Participate in compensation and benefit surveys within labor market; analyze reports and data to determine competitive compensation and benefits plan.
  • Investigate concerns and incidents and develop and implement and/or advise management on appropriate corrective/preventive actions.
  • Manage the corrective action process related to policy violations related to attend, behavior, compliance, etc.
  • Participate in related hearings and investigations conducted by outside agencies, such as unemployment, OSHA, worker's compensation, etc. as required
  • Act as community liaison to establish outreach programs and build relationships.
  • Participate in project teams for initiatives related to the location and/or corporate human resources.
  • Advise management and employees in response to questions and/or concerns and recommend an appropriate course of action.
  • Other duties as assigned
What you will gain as a part of the Auria Team:
  • An opportunity to enroll in full medical, dental and vision plan. As well as voluntary benefits.
  • Fertility Benefits available for those enrolled in our medical plan for financial support of treatment options
  • Parental Leave and Adoption and Surrogacy Benefits for salaried employees
  • Tuition Reimbursement available for eligible employees to continue education
  • Auria matches 50% of your contributions up to 8%, for a maximum Auria match of 4%
  • Salary Continuation & Long Term Disability (LTD)
What you will bring:
  • Minimum of three years experience as an HR Manager in a manufacturing environment, five years experience in Human Resources
  • Bachelors degree in Human Resources Management or related field
Knowledge, Skills, and Ability:
  • Working knowledge of employment and labor laws such s FMLA, ADA, FLSA, EEO, etc.
  • Previous experience with an HRIS system, preferably Ceridian Dayforce .
  • Working knowledge of TS16949 and ISO requirements as they relate to Human Resources.
  • Demonstrates a high level of interpersonal skills to effectively communicate and present information to management, employees, corporate personnel, and vendors/suppliers.
  • Excellent analytical, problem resolution, negotiating and project management skills.
  • Strong organizational skills; and the ability to successfully manage multiple tasks and priorities to meet established and changing deadlines.
  • Willing to work flexible work schedule to ensure HR availability across multiple shifts.
  • Knowledgeable of benefits administration, specifically the annual enrollment process, life status changes, COBRA, etc.