Corning Incorporated Plant HR Mgr, CET Diesel in Painted Post, New York
Plant HR Mgr, CET Diesel
Date: Jul 13, 2018
Location: Painted Post, NY, US, 14870
Req #: 32274
Corning is one of the world’s leading innovators in materials science. For more than 160 years, Corning has applied its unparalleled expertise inspecialty glass, ceramics, and optical physics to develop products that have created new industries and transformed people’s lives.
Corning succeeds through sustained investment in R&D, a unique combination of material and process innovation, and close collaboration with customers to solve tough technology challenges.
The global Human Resource (HR) Function provides an integrated talent management system that delivers a workforce that is Corning's competitive differentiator in the global marketplace.
HR provides service offerings that align solutions to business challenges by ensuring the programs are Effective, Efficient, Global, Scaleable, and Repeatable. Corning’s Values are operationalized by the HR Function through the facilitation of Talent Management offerings, as well as programs and processes that aid in making Corning’s Values visible.
Purpose of the Position: As the plant HR Manager, you ensure the right talent is in place to execute plant strategy and achieve desired business results and ensuring that the plant realizes required levels of employee productivity and performance excellence. The HR Manage cultivates and maintains a positive work environment and operates as “One Corning” in support of Corning’s Values while providing optimal level of HR service and delivery in support of business goals and objectives. Partners closely with plant, division, and corporate leadership to ensure compliance to legal and regulatory guidelines while also ensuring the optimal balance in support of our employees, the business, and the company interests.
Day to Day Responsibilities:
Lead labor relations effort for unionized workforce >500 employees.
Site deployment of HR strategies.
Coordinate and calibrate efforts with HR colleagues and leadership across the business unit to build processes in support of the vision of "one complex" as there are other plants in the same location operating under corporate policies.
Develop and deploy people movement and recruiting strategies in collaboration with HR and operations leadership across the complex.
Manage the site specific selection, recruitment, and orientation processes.
Develop site-specific policies, procedures, and guidelines aligned with applicable laws, regulations, and labor agreements.
Partner with Division HR and plant leadership to identify and implement a compelling employee value proposition that enables recruitment and retention of needed talent.
Effectively deploy HR shared service delivery model in support of HR transformational goals and required levels of client support
Collaborate closely with Division HR to understand and implement HR programs that drive standardization across the division while ensuring plant business needs are met
Function as the voice of the plant customer to HR to ensure that the type and level of services provided fully support achievement of plant business objectives.
Educate plant management in development and implementation of required programs and processes to drive a positive work environment through plant management and supervisors.
Resolve employee relations issues in a fair and consistent manner that recognizes employee needs and protects the need to operate in an effective and efficient manner.
Establish and maintain a presence on the plant floor to keep a read on the pulse of the organization.
Implement appropriate risk management policies and procedures to ensure plant compliance with safety requirements and local, state, and federal employment laws.
Project involved with:
Lead and/or take responsibility for corporate, division, and plant HR projects and initiatives.
Fully responsible for talent review and employee surveys and action planning for the plant.
Education & Experience:
BS Degree in Human Resources, Business, Organization Development or Labor Relations or equivalent qualification/experience
10 years progressive experience in the HR function required
HRCI or SHRM Certification highly desired
Manufacturing and union/labor relations experience strongly preferred
Experience in diverse HR roles with strong functional knowledge
Background in HR Management, conflict resolution, training and development, investigation skills
Able to operate independently and drive all aspects of the HR role for the plant
Advanced data analysis and computer skills
HR service orientation with a strong ability and passion for balancing the needs of the company, business, and our employees.
Expert level communication skills
Able to develop and develop HR initiatives
First line supervisor experience
Successful track record in the deployment of global processes or program
Experience leading quality, training, safety, and security programs or projects
Work experience in designing and implementing effective organization structures and work processes that improve the plant ability to achieve desired results-product start up, expansion, or mature business optimization
Business and financial insight
Strong knowledge of applicable laws and ability to quickly interpret, apply, and administer policies and procedures
Strong social and organizational savvy
Role model for integrity and champion the Corning values
Collaborator and relationship builder
Ability to understand context and properly represent, comprehend, and understand another’s point of view
Win/win problem solving mindset
Patient and resilient, yet willing to challenge and stimulate difficult discussions necessary to move the business forward
Travel Requirements: <10%
We prohibit discrimination on the basis of race, color, gender, age, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, or veteran status or any other legally protected status.
Nearest Major Market: Corning