Human Resources Manager

Company Name:
Fuss & O'Neill
Our client, a manufacturer in northwestern CT, is looking to add an experienced Human Resources professional to their staff.
Reporting to the Vice President/Plant Manager, the Human Resources Manager will oversee the day-to-day operations of the HR department including the supervision of one employee.
Other responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Manage and administer all employee benefit programs and company compensation program
Manage recruitment and placement of employees in positions at all levels of the organization
Provide expert counsel to Managers at all levels of the organization on matters related to employee relations, leave management, performance management, and other human resources-related topics
Ensures legal compliance by monitoring and implementing applicable human resource federal and state requirements; conducting investigations; maintaining records; representing the organization at hearings
Partner with Health & Safety Manager to promote company safety initiatives and to manger Workers' Compensation plan and Return to Work program
Develop and administer various plans, policies, and procedures for all company personnel

Position Requirements:
Bachelor's degree in Business Administration or related field
Typically requires at least 7 years of Human Resources experience; experience in a supervisory role preferred
Experience may be considered in lieu of education
PHR or SPHR certification preferred
Fluency in spoken and written Spanish a plus
Experience in manufacturing or similar industry preferred

To Apply:
Visit our website at www://fando.com/careers/current_openings/ to upload your resume and apply for the position.

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