People & Culture Manager

LocationWinnebago, Minnesota
DepartmentPeople & Culture
Reports ToGeneral Manager
Position Overview

As a key member of the Plant Leadership Team, the People & Culture (P&C) Manager is primarily responsible for all People & Culture matters relating to the Winnebago production facility. This includes advising managers and employees on compensation management, policy development and implementation, payroll and benefits administration, organizational development, performance management, succession planning, legal compliance, community relations, candidate recruiting and employee retention, and employee team building activities, relations, and other engagement opportunities.

As a guardian of our company’s vibrant culture, this incumbent will be a champion of our core values and principles that are practiced by Greenfield Global employees at all levels.

Duties & Responsibilities
  • Possess a genuine passion for working with people
  • Develop, administer, and track the annual P&C budget
  • Develop and foster the P&C Committee within the plant team
  • Prepare, review, and implement Corporate P&C policies when required
  • Facilitate and oversee the annual employee performance management process
  • Advise plant management team on all actions relating to compensation and benefits management. Updates or annual notices
  • Act as local benefits and pension resource for employees
  • Ensure and enhance required communication between site employees, management, and corporate
  • Manage all plant recruitment, onboarding, and retention activities. Provide advice to management staff on organizational development initiatives
  • Manage employee related legal issues and obtain proper approvals when required
  • Work with plant management team on continuous improvement initiatives to enhance employee work experience
  • Support employee training and career development initiatives/activities
  • Support employee succession planning and actions
  • Liaise with industrial, institutional, and academia contacts on human resource related efforts
  • Administer the local human resource information system (HRIS) and support requirements
  • Track attendance, time management (overtime and or bank time) and vacation requests
  • Maintain confidential files, including personnel, training, and performance management
  • Facilitate opportunities to positively build community relations enhancing the Greenfield Global brand
  • Bring new and novel ideas to enhance Greenfield Global as an employer of choice.
Skills & Qualifications
  • University education or BS in Human Resources Management, or equivalent relevant experience
  • Minimum of five (5) years experience in the Human Resources field. Will consider less if strong candidate
  • Professional certification in Human Resources is an asset
  • Experience in both union and non-union environments valuable
  • Experience in a production or manufacturing environment ideal.
  • Communicate proficiently both orally and in written forms
  • Fluent in English and French a plus
  • Ability to prepare and deliver presentations to senior management
  • Read, interpret, prepare, or assist in the preparation of executive level documents
  • Write routine reports and correspondence
  • Clearly describe problems to employees, peers, and management
  • Ability to create and/or maintain spreadsheets
  • Skilled in use of basic office practices (email, copy machine, fax, and Microsoft Suite).
  • Ability to travel to job fairs and other recruiting venues
  • Capable of working in a production or manufacturing environment
  • Ability to lift 35 pounds
  • Ability to wear required personal protective equipment (hard hat, eye protection, footwear).
Qualities
  • Possesses Company values of honesty, integrity, respect, commitment and open to change while modelling the Company Core Principles in all activities
  • Ability to foster collaborative, cross department relationships to meet common objectives.