Human Resources Manager / Business Partner
This a great opportunity to join our well established client as their Human Resources (HR) Manager. Their headquarter is located in Upland, CA with satellite offices in 4 difference locations and over 350 employees and growing!
As the Human Resources Manager, your role will be critical in ensuring we continue that reputation through aligning our business objectives with employees and management. This will be accomplished through advising management on Human Resources related issues, assessing and anticipating Human Resources-related needs, and operating as a change agent. We are also anticipating lots of growth over the next couple of years and you will need to have good recruiting skills, preferably in construction, to keep up with the demand.
Summary of responsibilities:
As the Human Resources Manager, you will report directly to the President as well as work directly with our operating Vice Presidents. The Human Resources Department is a small department that also works with our operations, safety and accounting departments. You will also work collaboratively with our Parent Company’s Human Resources department to proactively communicate the business objectives of the company.
Consult with line management, providing Human Resources guidance when appropriate
Analyze trends and metrics in the business to develop solutions, programs and policies
Manage and resolve complex employee relations issues as well as conduct effective, thorough and objective investigations
Oversee recruitment activities
Maintain working knowledge of legal requirements related to day-to-day management of employees, reducing legal risks and ensuring regulatory compliance. Partner with the legal department as required
Provide day to day performance management guidance to line management (coaching, counseling, career development, disciplinary actions)
Work closely with management and employees to improve work relationships, build morale, increase productivity and retention
Provide Human Resources Policy guidance and interpretation
Develop employment terms for new hires, promotions, and transfers
Provide guidance and input on business unit restructuring, workforce planning, and succession management
Identify training needs for the business and develop programs to address those needs
Monitor and evaluate success of training programs
Perform other duties to support the business needs
Must have competencies:
Nice to have:
Eva Chiu has over 15 years of specialized staffing and recruitment expertise. Eva is known for her energy, enthusiasm and passion for connecting the right people with the right opportunities. Her dedication to providing the highest quality service to both clients and candidates is one of her strongest attributes. Prior to Vertical Careers, Eva spent nearly 10 years with one of the nation’s largest specialized staffing firms first, as an account manager, and then as an executive recruiter specializing in accounting and finance professionals, achieving numerous accolades, including: