Regional HR Manager
Looking for a regional HR Manager to join a growing company! This person will be responsible for the MN and Iowa region focusing on High level HR Projects, Employee Relations, and Contract Negotiations.
The Regional Human Resources Manager is responsible for managing the implementation and continuation of all Human Resources policies and procedures for the Minnesota and Iowa regions.
Roles & Responsibilities
- The Regional HR Manager advises and ensures the division adheres to all Company and legal policies, and assists with any disciplinary actions, investigations or safety and union grievances
- Develop employee training
- Supervise the annual performance management process.
- Effectively works with the HR team, executive leadership, and other departments throughout the organization
- Project Management as needed
- Heavy work in unions and contract negotiations
- Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources Management or related field; PHR/SPHR certification preferred
- 3+ years of experience in a Human Resources role, preferably within a manufacturing setting
- 2+ years of experience with union facilities required
- Knowledge of employment laws and practices, as well as HR policies and procedures
- Excellent interpersonal communication skills, both written and verbal
- Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and stick to deadlines
- Ability to travel 1 week/month at another division within designated region (30%)
Versique is one of the largest recruiting firms in the Midwest and specializes in both consulting and permanent placement. With a valuable blend of functional, industry and recruiting experience, our award-winning team of headhunters has a proven track record of delivering exceptional talent acquisition solutions. The Versique brand represents a powerful combination of “versatile” and “unique” as it hints at the concept of “search” in it’s pronunciation: ver-seek.
Versique is an equal opportunity employer committed to creating a diverse workforce. We consider all qualified applicants without regard to race, religion, color, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status, among other factors.