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IMI Critical Engineering Human Resources Director in Farmington, Connecticut

Overview

The Human Resources Director Fluid Technology works to achieve the human resources strategy in support of the successful execution of IMI Precision Engineering’s strategic plans. The primary focus of this position will be in the areas of organizational development, recruiting, internal communications, responsible business, training, workforce planning, and total rewards. TheHuman ResourcesDirector demonstrates confidence and composure in dealing with all levels of an organization and who is comfortable working in a fast-paced, goal-oriented project environment with minimal supervision. This role requires a hands-on professional capable of generating results minimum direct reports. This position reports directly to the VP, Fluid Technology.

Responsibilities

  1. Training and Development.
  • Assist in the identification and analysis of individual training needs across the BU.

  • Recommend and create strategic training priorities that support the Norgren strategic plan. In addition, complete and present pertinent analysis for strategic planning and forecasting purposes.

  1. Organizational Development.
  • Participate in supporting the succession planning, performance management and long-term development activities of the Company.

  • Ensure completion of the company’s Performance Management process.

  • Develop plans and present on workforce planning initiatives.

  • Facilitate adoption and completion at all levels for the company’s succession planning process.

  1. Recruiting.
  • Recruit for key positions within the Business Unit and partner with the Corporate Recruiter, as needed.
  1. Total Rewards.
  • Assist with the company’s salary planning process.

  • Support and assist with the company’s bonus administration process.

  • Partner with the leadership team to drive reward structure to improve employee satisfaction.

  1. Legal Compliance.
  • Assure clarity of interpretation and compliance with laws and regulations.

  • Confer with legal counsel on issues involving legal interpretation.

  • Ensure compliance with all OSHA, FMLA, EEO, ADA, and other state and federal governmental statutes.

  1. HR and Business Duties.
  • Partner with the VP of Fluid Technology and VP of HR to ensure that the strategic goals and vision are met. Collaborate/Partner with the Corporate HR team, as needed.

  • Assist with the company’s ethics and compliance program (IMI Way) is followed

  • Ensure that all HR reports and metrics are delivered accurately and timely

  • Facilitate, investigate, and advise supervisors on employee relations issues

  • Evaluate current HR practices and make recommendations for best in class solutions

  • Lead and Support the HR Team within the BU to ensure HR policies and guidelines are followed

  1. Perform all other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree in HR or Business (Equivalent)

  • 10+ years of HR work experience in a manufacturing environment (preferable)

  • Multiple location support required

  • Intermediate MS Office Skills

  • Working knowledge of HRIS systems

  • Strong communication and facilitation skills

  • Comfortable working in fast-paced, high-pressure environments

  • Able to get results through one’s ability to influence others

  • Able to operate in a matrixed organization

  • Travel domestically, as needed (approximately 10% of time)

Job ID 2020-32120

# of Openings 1

Category Human Resources

Platform IMI Critical Engineering

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