Job Number: 1051866
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This is an exciting time at KBRwyle and here is a great opportunity to showcase your skills!
The successful Sr. HR Manager candidate will provide HR leadership across multiple logistics programs within the KBRwyle Government Services U.S. division.
This position will support business leadership and approximately 1300 employees to provide services and solutions to our government customers. This position will be based in Columbia, MD and will lead a team of Human Resources professionals.
There will be 10-25% travel required to support this distributed workforce both domestic and international.
The Sr. HR Manager is accountable for partnering with HR and program leadership to develop HR strategies and associated action plans to achieve business objectives, including a focus on the following:
Drive a culture of performance, results and positive employee relations
Drive and improve HR processes across all client groups
Coach leaders on talent management, and performance differentiation
Post-merger integration – drive and deploy integrated HR procedures and policies. When necessary deploy specific logistics policies and practices designed to ensure compliance with the business contract
Conduct organization assessments, respond to employee feedback, and develop action plans along with client leaders to drive employee engagement
Partner with the Staffing COE to lead workforce planning (staffing, redeployment, reduction) and develop staffing strategies to ensure a robust pipeline of quality candidates
Partner with leadership to deploy talent management processes, organizational assessment and learning strategies, and leadership development.
Partner with leadership to drive positive employee relations and to formulate and establish Company objectives relative to participation in union-management contract negotiations and grievance procedures
Partner with Compensation and Benefits COE to execute competitive compensation, benefits, and reward and recognition programs.
Key Success Factors:
Demonstrated ability to positively influence others, develop relationships and coach leaders on many matters, with particular focus on leadership development
Demonstrated ability to drive change and build a performance culture
Strong business acumen
Ability to deal tactfully and confidently with internal and external customers
Strong bias for action, a keen sense of urgency and the ability to drive results in a matrixed organization
Strong written/verbal communication skills and understanding of executive conciseness
Strong knowledge of employment laws and labor relations
The successful candidate must also create an atmosphere of teamwork and development within HR team
BS/BA in Human Resources Management, Business, or related field
At least 12 years of progressive, diversified experience in organization development, training and development, labor/employee relations, compensation, benefits and diversity/EEO
including a minimum of 5 years of management experience
Due to Government related programs, US Citizenship or US Lawful Permanent Resident status is required.
Willing and able to travel to various employee work locations, including international locations in the Middle East.
Previous experience working in a government contracting environment preferred
Master’s degree preferred with a concentration in Business, Human Resources, Employee/Labor Relations, Organization Development or a related discipline
Previous experience developing proposal solutions and executing new business transition plans, to include incumbent capture and assimilation strategies
Previous experience supporting business leaders and employees in overseas locations is preferred
Experience in both union and union-free environments. Labor relations skills are strongly desired.
Green Belt certification a plus, along with demonstrated knowledge of Six Sigma principles.
SPHR or PHR certification also preferred
An inclusive, flexible and supportive culture, with merit based pay for performance, along with ongoing training and development opportunities for those that have the desire to succeed.
KBR is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, national origin, veteran status, genetic information, union status and/or beliefs, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law.
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