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Oran Safety Glass IncEmporia, VA
Full-time
  • This is a hands-on role and reporting to the office every day.
  • Who We Are: OSG is a specialist glass manufacturer that develops a wide range of glass products, including armored safety glass such as bullet-resistant windows, curved, flat, laminated and insulated.
  • As a global company with an international client base, we provide customized glass solutions for various industry sectors.
  • Our expertise covers all areas of glass processing for defense & security and transportation sectors as well as special applications for other industries - architectural, solar etc.
  • Revolutionary transparent armor technologies, advanced LCD glass systems (ScreeneX), solar systems and many others has been developed by OSG team to answer customer needs.
  • Through continuous research, development and testing, we have perfected our quality process and by pushing the limits of our products’ capabilities, we are always striving to pioneer and implement new technologies for the diverse sectors we serve.
  • About the Role: The Vice President (VP) of Human Resources and Talent Acquisition is responsible and accountable for developing and executing the human resources strategy in support of the overall business plan and strategic direction of the company, specifically in the areas of recruitment, succession planning, talent management, change management, organizational and performance management, training and development, and compensation and benefits.
  • The incumbent functions as a strategic business advisor to senior management regarding key HR issues.
  • Provides overall leadership and guidance to the HR function, develops, and implements HR programs and processes to achieve strategic business goals, serves as a key thought-partner to the GM, and plays an important role on the Leadership Team. What you’ll do: Core duties and responsibilities include the following.
  • Leads HR and Talent Acquisition Operational Support: In collaboration with executive leadership team, formulates long-term HR strategies and enhances staff and organizational capabilities needed to sustain and grow the company.
  • Provides strategic direction and guidance on the development and revision of HR policies and procedures.
  • Identifies key performance indicators for the organization’s human resource and talent management functions; assesses the organization’s success and market competitiveness based on these metrics.
  • Researches, develops, and implements competitive compensation, benefits, performance appraisal, and employee incentive programs.
  • Provides guidance and leadership to the human resource management team; assists with resolution of human resource, compensation, and benefits questions, concerns, and issues.
  • Ensures compliance with employment, benefits, insurance, safety, and other laws, regulations, and requirements.
  • Maintains knowledge of laws, regulations, and best practices in employment law, human resources, and talent management.
  • Drafts and implements the organization’s staffing budget, and the budget for the human resource department.
  • Manages employee engagement surveys, analyzes results, and works with senior leadership in developing recommended actions to address concerns and improve the work environment.
  • Supervisory Responsibilities / Team Management Interview and recruit employees as required.
  • In conjunction with the senior leadership, assist in the selection of staff.
  • Conduct employee performance appraisals, sets goals associated with the performance process, conducts disciplinary actions, and terminations as required.
  • Provide training and technical mentoring of staff to facilitate growth within their career/profession and to further the goals of the firm.
  • Organizes and oversees work schedules.
  • Conducts performance evaluations that are timely and constructive.
  • Handles discipline and termination of employees as needed and in accordance with company.
  • Provides leadership, direction and management of the HR staff and fosters collaboration while operating with autonomy and minimal oversight.
  • Ensure OSG Cares policies and procedures are fairly and consistently followed Develops tools for staff as needed to ensure efficient workflows and a high level of quality and increase in employee productivity.
  • Regularly reviews software tools for relevance and applicability.
  • Maintains general team management resources and tools to ensure efficient operation, staffing projections, task management, etc.
  • Other duties may be assigned by management.
  • Our Perfect Candidate Education and Experience: Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Business Administration, or related field required.
  • 10+ years of human resource management experience highly preferred.
  • Certifications such as SPHR or SHRM-SCP strongly preferred.
  • Background in Manufacturing and HR Compliance Law including Covid-19 and Safety is required.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Applications i.e., Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, and Word. Required Abilities and Skills: Strong expertise in HR policies, procedures, and laws.
  • Experience in providing the full realm of HR services in a government contractor entity.
  • Knowledge and full understanding of SCA and CBA rules, regulations, and practices.
  • Excellent organizational and leadership skills.
  • Strong background of hiring processes, personnel management tools, and training and development programs.
  • Skill in conversant, credible, and persuasive techniques.
  • Strong knowledge of performance management systems and programs.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills with strong organizational and management skills.
  • Ability to execute on and motivate a team around HR and talent acquisition.
  • Excellent leadership and managerial skills.
  • Experience in working cross functionally with different teams.
  • Strong analytical skills in targeting, acquiring, and synthesizing key HR data.
  • Ability to imagine new ways of working and new business models coupled with the mature judgement to assess resource requirements to implement and likelihood of success.
  • Skill in recurring and developing high potential talent and fostering high performing teams.
  • Ability to apply creative solutions and develop novel solutions.
  • Company Offers: Salary range is $100k to $115k will be commensurate with experience and education.
  • Comprehensive benefits package available: (healthcare, vision, dental and life insurances; 401k plan; paid vacation, sick days, and holidays).
  • To Apply: Please submit your resume via the ‘Apply Now’ button!
  • We are an Equal Opportunity Employer!
  • Keyword: Employee Relations Manager, HR Administration Director (Human Resources Administration Director), Human Resources Director (HR Director), Human Resources Manager (HR Manager), Human Resources Operations Manager #INDFULL

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