Sr. Human Resources Business Partner

Date: 21/05/2024

Location: Newport Beach, CA, USA, 92660

Company: Tower Semiconductor Ltd.

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Tower Semiconductor is a global specialty foundry leader! We specialize in manufacturing analog integrated circuits for more than 300 customers worldwide in growing markets such as automotive, medical, industrial, consumer and aerospace and defense, among others.

Job Description

The HRBP role acts as a strategic business partner, the position will provide human resources consultation to assigned business groups within Manufacturing and Operations business unit. The HRBP will build relationships with the assigned Business leaders and their respective organizations and will serve as a catalyst in delivering HR solutions that support the specific needs of each assigned group and overall business objectives. The HRBP is a consultant to management on various aspects of HR, including talent acquisition and talent management, organizational development, employee relations, leadership coaching and partners with our COE’s to deliver and implement solutions in the areas of Benefits and Compensation, Leadership Development, etc. The HRBP should proactively assess and diagnose organizational issues in partnership with Management. Making recommendations and implementing solutions to attract, motivate, develop and retain employees will be crucial for success. Additionally, the HRBP will ensure implementation, on-time delivery, and high quality on all HR deliverables and projects.  Continuously improve processes and policies to support changing business goals and objectives and assure compliance with Federal, State, and local regulatory agencies.

Essential Duties and Responsibilites

•    Within assigned HR responsibilities, assess and determine needs, identify resources, conduct research, formulate conclusions, and develop creative solutions to complex Human Resources problems.  
•    Prepare, present and gain management approval, then develop and execute plans to ensure successful implementation.  
•    Continually evaluate success of programs and modify as appropriate in order to achieve objective of modeling competitive Human Resources practices that meet the changing objectives of the business.
•    Consult with operational management regarding current and anticipated requirements and issues in the area of Human Resources.  Provide advisory assistance to management on complex problems. Create win-win environment for employees and management
•    Some work with Union population and Labor contract interpretation and administration
•    Positive working relationship with union representation and guide site management in fostering a strong working relationship with Union representatives
•    Investigate and resolve internal employee relations and grievances.  Handle and prepare responses to government related complaints and other quasi-governmental matters, such as discrimination claims, unemployment claims, ADA issues, FMLA requests, etc
•    Lead special projects per business needs (e.g.: Qtly success celebrations, Company sponsored events, AA reporting, RIF, acquisition, litigation support, process improvement projects).
•    Analyze and interpret policies and procedures for management.  Evaluate when changes and exceptions are warranted and make decisions, keeping in mind precedent-setting potential and long-term impact.  Provide sound business alternatives where appropriate.
•    Prepare and deliver training based on a needs assessment plus legally required programs.
•    Interface with corporate HR, other divisions, companies and outside agencies in the planning, coordination and implementation of the above responsibilities.

Working Environment

Assignment Complexity 
Problems must be analyzed from diverse angles, where approach is usually known and solutions must be creative and innovative within the realm of sound business judgment.  Assignment can encompass employee relations and communications, staffing and recruiting, employee/management development and training, performance assessment, compensation and awards, disciplinary investigations and actions, celebrations and community involvements, policy/procedure assessment/improvements, legal compliance, and regular presentations/reporting to site and corporate management.
Accountability/Discretion 
Many decisions, such as policy interpretations, are made on basis of judgment and not subject to management review.  Improper or erroneous actions or advice could expose the corporation to legal action or result in significantly increased division operating costs, decreased productivity, program delays and expenditure or additional resources.
Working Relationships 
Interface with all levels of employees as well as outside vendors and legal counsel. Provide advocacy for employees and managers in a manner that balances the need for consistent and fair treatment of employees and management’s need to achieve objectives.
Supervision 
As an individual contributor, incumbent completes duties with minimal direction.
Working Conditions  
Normal office environment, flexible working hours to support business needs.
 

Experience/Proven Skills/Education

•    Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Organizational Psychology or other related field plus a minimum of 5 years related experience in a fast-paced and dynamic work environment of change and competing priorities with 7-10 years of overall HR experience preferred.
•    Must have excellent communications, interpersonal and negotiation skills, as well as good presentation skills.
•    Proven success in leading change, leading project schedules and managing projects.
•    Excellent written and verbal communication skills, as well as presentation and facilitation skills.
•    Excellent interpersonal skills including consultative and relationship management skills with ability to drive achievement of objectives.
•    Experience in working in manufacturing and or high tech industry experience and working in union environment is preferred
•    Strong multi-tasking and project management skills and strong investigation and employee relations experience 
•    Extensive knowledge and understanding of applicable federal and state employment laws and compliance implications.
•    Must desire a high level of autonomy to manage multiple ongoing issues and complex employee relations matters with minimum supervision and with excellent execution.
•    Strong leadership skills with demonstrated ability for negotiation and influencing change and facilitate conflict resolution.
•    Must be able to work in a team environment, including inter-departmental teams, assigned client group(s), and key contacts representing the organization on contracts or projects.
•    Experience with and ability to thrive in fast-paced environment 
•    Intermediate to advance level skills with Microsoft office suite and working knowledge of HR systems (ex: Peoplesoft, Kronos, Taleo, SAP, etc) are required.
•    Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s preferred
•    Must be flexible with working hours to be able to support various shift groups
 

Compensation:

$77,500 - $107,192

United States Perks

Perks And Benefits

Industry leading healthcare.

Community outreach programs

Savings and Investments

Educational resources

Opportunities to network and connect

Recruiting incentive program

Employee recognition programs

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