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SBM HR Regional Director in ST LOUIS, Missouri

SBM Management Services is in search of an experienced, skilled HR professional to be embedded regionally with operations as a HR Regional Director. They will work directly with their assigned VP’s to clarify strategy, perform organization audits to confirm compliance with policy, practices and overall corporate agenda. In addition to standard HR functions:

  • Engage in business strategy discussions directly with operations leadership.

  • Manage existing HR staff

  • Responsible for, in application and practice the regional legal, Policy and CBA compliance

  • Represent the company to customers, employees, and union

  • Effectively represent company’s interests

  • Effectively represent employee’s interests

  • Define requirements to reach business goals and identify where problems / challenges may exist to impede those goals

  • Implement HR practices in the field in the most appropriate manner to maintain business expectations and align with business strategy

  • Assist with the distribution of and training on new and revised HR related materials

  • Develop, coach and foster supportive working relationships with our Human Resource Reps, office admins and operations leadership

  • Measure and track practices to gauge performance and HR investments made by the company to deliver the intended value

  • Maintain confidentiality of all information being processed

  • Actively promotes positive employee engagement with a focus on retention of talent

  • Tracks and analyzes HR metrics & develops/implements appropriate action plans for improvements

  • Adhere to company and department policies and procedures at all times maintaining unquestionable integrity within this position

Available Shift: Full Time

Compensation: Depends on experience

Job ID: 2019-6762

External Company Name: SBM Management Services, LP

External Company URL: www.sbmmanagement.com

Post End Date: 6/16/2019