• Director of Human Resources

    Nippon Paint Automotive Americas
    Job Description
    Nippon Paint Automotive Americas Inc. (NPAA) offers employees a generous earned bonus structure including monthly hourly attendance bonuses, merit increases and a mid-year/annual bonus incentive plan. Employees receive eleven paid holidays per year, earn paid time off, can enroll in comprehensive health and welfare plans and a 401K plan with an exceptional company match. We provide employee recognition programs, tuition reimbursement and much more. When you join our team, you are part of our NPAA family. We hold several events throughout the year for our employees to show our appreciation for their hard work and dedication. Come join a great team! POSITION SUMMARY: The Director of Human Resources will be responsible for coordinating and directing all HR functions and programs. This includes administering the Group Welfare Benefits Plan, the Group 401(k) Plan, and other programs. You will coordinate and enable corporate HR initiatives that are aligned with business and U.S. strategies. You shall be accountable to ensure local legal compliance and consistent application of Human Resources activities in the region. You will partner with local business and functional leaders as well as global/regional HR peers to drive organizational change and ensure risk mitigation. This position will provide extensive interaction to the leaders of the America functions. POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES: Provide HR leadership for all aspects of business strategy to create structure, business processes, performance systems, solutions and metrics aimed at executing and achieving key business goals. Provide insight to help the team align overall HR strategies with location- and function-specific requirements. Partner within HR and the business to develop strategic solutions to recruitment, people development, and retention issues; including building bench strength and ensuring the right people are in the right jobs. This will include involvement in talent reviews, succession planning, calibration reviews and performance management. Ensure legal compliance and mitigate the Company’s risk in HR matters. Promote organizational effectiveness through identification of organizational redundancies, establish clear processes and communication; provide organizational structure solutions based on changing business needs. A strong emphasis on employee engagement and development. Proven track record in planning, designing, and developing human resource-related programming that supports the organizational goals of a diverse set of businesses and deliberately develops organizational culture. Knowledgeable on proper administration of all Federal and State laws and regulations including DOL, EEO, and ADA. Able to ensure company’s legal compliance by setting appropriate policy, staying current on best practice standards, and advising management and others accordingly. Successful design and execution of programs related to employee handbooks, orientation programs, reviewing personal development methodology, and designing recruitment and training programs. Oversight over all compensation, benefits, and wellness programs, ensuring compliance of all federal and state regulatory requirements. Successfully manage relationships with benefits broker and all other related external partners. Track and conduct data analysis of trends and patterns related to human resources. Understand and enforce the importance of respecting confidential and sensitive information. Manage HR budget. Provide direct consultative and strategic partnering efforts to group entities to maximize performance of the organization. Develop and implement strategic HR measures in line with organizational goals. Facilitate audits of HR functions. Develop and organize HR policies and procedures. POSITION QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree in HR Management, Business Administration or similar preferred. Experience managing the HR function across multiple entities/locations is preferred. Minimum 15 years HR experience with at least 5 – 7 years in a leadership position with a broad range of expertise and accomplishment. Manufacturing experience is a plus. Proven track record in planning, designing, and developing human resource-related programming that supports the organizational goals of a diverse set of businesses and deliberately develops organizational culture. Strong experience in the administration of benefit plans within a multi-company environment, including 401(k) Plans, welfare benefits plans including self-funded medical plans, Rx, vision, dental, life, disability. Experience designing, developing, and deploying major Human Resource development initiatives (i.e. performance management systems, development, and training initiatives, HRIS systems, succession planning, executive development, etc.). Experience with HRIS systems required experience with UKG highly preferred. Experience working for a Japanese company preferred. Strong analytical approach and problem-solving skills, business acumen and experiences in giving data and insights analysis a meaningful difference towards organizational development. Proven results in delivering successful HR projects. Ability to travel frequently (20%). Nippon Paint Automotive Americas Inc. provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local laws.
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