Magna Seating is an innovative leader in the development and manufacture of high quality complete seating systems, seat structure and mechanism solutions as well as foam & trim products for the global automotive industry. Our capabilities range from market and consumer research, full concept development, design and engineering, testing and validation to world-class manufacturing.
Provided consultation and direction in the development and implementation of a variety of human resource processes/programs to support the division human resource teams as assigned. Ensures that the Employee Charter is properly implemented and maintained with the divisions. Acts as a liaison between Magna Corporate Human Resources and the divisions regarding the implementation and development of key corporate human resource programs, including, Global Mobility, CareerNet, Fairness Committee, Employee Advocate, Wage/Benefit, Employee Opinion Survey, HR Assessment and PD&T.
- Implements, measures and ensures consistency of the implementation of Magna Corporate and Seating Group HR programs.
- Advises General Managers and HR Managers on human resource issues, programs, practices, industry trends, etc.
- Develops and implements recommendations for continuous improvements and best practices relating to overall positive employee relations at the division.
- Monitors results of Health, Safety and Environmental audits and reports. Assists with action plans.
- Provides support to ensure the timely and effective completion of EOS action plans.
- Works closely with and receives guidance from the Magna HR Corporate Team to ensure compliance and consistency in managing the Company’s retirement program, global mobility program, CareerNet program, employee opinion survey process, employee advocate program, and fairness committee program.
- Manages the Group’s Global Mobility Program to include Foreign Service assignments, immigration requirements and relocation program.
- Conducts Employee Opinion Surveys.
- Global travel to divisions as necessary and assigned.
- Authorities as detailed in Standard Operation Procedure 8000.
Knowledge and Education
Bachelor’s degree (or Bachelor’s equivalency) in Human Resources or related field.
Minimum 7 years directly related experience in an HR generalist capacity including staffing, training and development, HR programs/policy development, performance management, compensation, benefits, employee relations and management consultation.
Labor relations experience in a manufacturing environment.
Minimum 2 years supervisory experience and proven ability to lead a team.
Working knowledge of Federal and State employment laws.
Strong communication skills: verbal, written, and presentations. Ability to manage employee communications.
Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel. Experience with HRIS systems such as PeopleSoft.
Physical Demands/Work Environment
Normal amount of sitting or standing, average mobility to move around an office environment, able to conduct normal amount of work at a computer.
Travel required estimated at 30%.
Through its various subsidiaries and divisions, Magna International makes just about everything needed to put together a motor vehicle....