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Director of Human Resources in San Diego, CA at Lucas Group

Date Posted: 4/25/2018

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Job Description

Lucas Group has partnered with a global organization that engineers and manufactures products for the aerospace industry in their search for a Human Resources Director to oversee the HR function for two facilities located within San Diego County.  The HR Director will report to the business unit CEO and work closely with the executive leaders and management teams in each business to help build organizational and people capabilities; working with the businesses to shape and implement effective HR strategies and activities.  They will oversee a HR team of 3-4 and support an employee population of approximately 450 people.



Education Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • Master’s degree preferred
  • HR Certifications are a plus


Experience Requirements:

  • 7+ years previous experience in a Human Resources Management role
  • Staff/People management experience
  • Manufacturing industry experience
  • Strong business acumen
  • Project management and change management skills
  • Solid knowledge of CA and Federal labor law
  • Excellent Communication skills


Responsibilities:

  • Understand the business strategy, the trajectory of the organization and develop people solutions that help achieve business objectives while enabling employees to flourish
  • Support organization effectiveness by developing and implementing solutions aligned to strategy
  • Develop and deploy an effective Performance Management Program
  • Work with management to identify, develop and deliver appropriate learning and development interventions across the organization
  • Coach and develop leaders and line managers
  • Resource planning and talent acquisition including liaising with local education establishments and developing recruitment strategies to attract a diverse range of candidates e.g. minority & veteran applicants
  • Support the management teams in developing approaches to continuously improve employee engagement and retention, including internal communications
  • Support the management teams with change management
  • Working with site leadership teams to develop robust succession plans
  • Coach and build the capability of senior managers to anticipate and pre-empt organizational issues
  • Supervises the local payroll and benefits function, review payroll & benefit practices, act as back up to the site managers during leaves of absence
  • Compensation – oversee and analyze the compensation program to maintain the company’s competitive position and internal equity, manage the annual review process and company compensation procedures and ensure that corporate compensation policies and programs are being followed accordingly
  • Benefits – working with the corporate HR team, roll out and communicate programs, and support employees with as appropriate
  • Develop appropriate Human Resources policy and direct the interpretation and application of established HR policies/procedures throughout the organization
  • Employee relations including overseeing investigations and personally investigating employee complaints as appropriate
  • Comply with regulatory requirements such as ITAR and EEO/AA plans and policies.
  • Have a solid understanding of the California Workers Comp program. Able to work with TPA’s and medical providers to resolve claims in a reasonable timeframe.
  • Ensure that corporate governance framework is adhered to accordingly
  • Build relationships with HR counterparts to share knowledge and best practice and work on country specific and/or Group HR projects as required


Education Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • Master’s degree preferred
  • HR Certifications are a plus


Experience Requirements:

  • 7+ years previous experience in a Human Resources Management role
  • Staff/People management experience
  • Manufacturing industry experience
  • Strong business acumen
  • Project management and change management skills
  • Solid knowledge of CA and Federal labor law
  • Excellent Communication skills


Responsibilities:

  • Understand the business strategy, the trajectory of the organization and develop people solutions that help achieve business objectives while enabling employees to flourish
  • Support organization effectiveness by developing and implementing solutions aligned to strategy
  • Develop and deploy an effective Performance Management Program
  • Work with management to identify, develop and deliver appropriate learning and development interventions across the organization
  • Coach and develop leaders and line managers
  • Resource planning and talent acquisition including liaising with local education establishments and developing recruitment strategies to attract a diverse range of candidates e.g. minority & veteran applicants
  • Support the management teams in developing approaches to continuously improve employee engagement and retention, including internal communications
  • Support the management teams with change management
  • Working with site leadership teams to develop robust succession plans
  • Coach and build the capability of senior managers to anticipate and pre-empt organizational issues
  • Supervises the local payroll and benefits function, review payroll & benefit practices, act as back up to the site managers during leaves of absence
  • Compensation – oversee and analyze the compensation program to maintain the company’s competitive position and internal equity, manage the annual review process and company compensation procedures and ensure that corporate compensation policies and programs are being followed accordingly
  • Benefits – working with the corporate HR team, roll out and communicate programs, and support employees with as appropriate
  • Develop appropriate Human Resources policy and direct the interpretation and application of established HR policies/procedures throughout the organization
  • Employee relations including overseeing investigations and personally investigating employee complaints as appropriate
  • Comply with regulatory requirements such as ITAR and EEO/AA plans and policies.
  • Have a solid understanding of the California Workers Comp program. Able to work with TPA’s and medical providers to resolve claims in a reasonable timeframe.
  • Ensure that corporate governance framework is adhered to accordingly
  • Build relationships with HR counterparts to share knowledge and best practice and work on country specific and/or Group HR projects as required


Date Posted: April 24, 2018

Valid until May 25, 2018

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