Human Resources Generalist in McMinnville, OR at Carlisle Construction Materials

Date Posted: 9/25/2018

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Job Summary:

Carlisle Construction Materials Incorporated (CCM), a worldwide leading diversified manufacturer of premium building products and related technology has an immediate opening for an HR Generalist at our McMinnville, OR facility.

This position will be responsible for assisting in the coordination, development and maintenance of policies, procedures and programs designed to ensure that an adequately trained, compensated and motivated workforce is available to meet the company’s current and future organization needs.

Travel Requirements: 10%

Primary Job Responsibilities:

•         Administer the employment function, which includes recruiting and screening of applicants, facilitating the use of any temporary employment agencies and managing the job posting system for internal/external candidates in accordance with company and legal guidelines

•         Serve as point of contact at the plant level regarding human resource policies and procedures and responsible for guidance to all employees to insure consistent adherence to these

•         Process time and attendance at the plant and transmit information to Corporate on a bi-weekly basis

•         Benefits: Coordinate and conduct open enrollments, changes, training sessions, and terminations for plant employees in benefits program and submit proper forms to Corporate HR for processing

•         Participate in all safety programs, including all related meetings, committees, trainings, and reporting

•         Coordinate, facilitate and/or assist in all training activities within the facility (i.e. safety compliance, orientation programs, anti-harassment training, etc.)

•         Advises management and Regional HR Manager in appropriate resolution of employee relations issues

•         Effectively support and foster the company's Open Door Policy

•         Assist and conduct onsite employee relation investigations

•         Administer the Worker’s Compensation program including complete documentation of injuries and administration of potential claims

•         Maintain all personnel records in accordance with EEO, privacy, and related requirements.

•         Promote working together with all departments to build continual improvement within the company.

•         Coordinate and ensure regulatory compliance of the HR program, including posting required notifications, generating applicable documentation, and maintenance of employee files

•         Performs other related duties and participates in special projects as assigned.


Minimum Job Requirements:

•         Bachelor’s degree in HR or a related field is required

•         Minimum of 5-10 years of HR Generalist experience, preferably in a manufacturing environment. 

•         PHR or SPHR certification is a plus. 

•         Experience with payroll and time clock software, along with strong MS Office suite knowledge is required. 

•         Strong communication skills, both written and verbal is essential.


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