Regional EOE Manager
Consolidated Container Company - Texas

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We are currently seeking a Regional EOE (Human Resources) Manager in the Southwest Region. Regional EOE Managers report directly to the Director of EOE and Talent Management.

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CCC offers more than a career; it is also " home " to more than 2,300 team members in over 60 locations. Our family is committed to your family , providing top quality plastic packaging that you can trust and depend on every day. Whether it's your milk, laundry detergent or juice containers, maple syrup, ketchup or water bottles, our packaging success comes from teamwork and taking pride in what we do. CCC's commitment to excellence extends from our family of employees to our valued clients and is the reason why leading companies around the country have confidence in our innovation, and unsurpassed quality and service.


What sets CCC apart from any other company is the quality of our most valuable resource-our people. It is our continued focus on investing in our family of team members to ensure long-term growth and success that enables us to provide a dynamic and inviting work environment that embraces diversity and individuality. On a daily basis, we exemplify our Core Values:
Integrity First
Excellence in All We Do
Treat People with Dignity and Respect

With these principles in mind at all levels of our organization, our employees feel valued and are excited about the impact CCC makes on people who use our products. Our culture fosters excellence personally and professionally and promotes development that leads to continued success.

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Overall responsibility for the Human Resources function in a 9-14 plant region. Work directly with the Regional Operations Director (ROD) in support of the region's financial and performance goals.

Key Accountabilities:
Provide Human Resource support to a Regional Manufacturing organization.
First line contact for Plant Management regarding all HR activities. Manage employee relations activity and effectively coordinate other HR support to ensure that Plant needs are met in a timely, high-quality fashion for staffing, compensation, development, recognition/reward, relocation and other HR related services.
Develop and ensure alignment of various HR initiatives to business and functional strategies and effectively manage change initiatives for these organizations.
As an active member of the regional leadership team, advise and influence various levels of management on all aspects of people management and leadership.
Facilitate initiatives focused on enhancing employee effectiveness and development including: Talent Reviews (potential ratings, succession plans, development plans), Objective Setting (annual targets and alignment sessions) and Performance Management, Training/Development (leadership and management training and development initiatives), Employee Surveys (communication/action planning), etc.
Train and monitor HR functions of the EOE plant representatives in the region.
Work closely with Manufacturing Management on organizational change initiatives (reorganizations, talent upgrades, promotions, reductions in force, performance improvement plans, separations and related communications). Ensure that organizational change efforts are managed effectively and in a legally defensible manner.
Learn the business in order to partner with internal customers and provide the optimal HR solutions.
Strong business support focus on employee relations, recruiting, compliance (FMLA, ADA, EEO) and policy interpretation.
Work on corporate initiative project teams with other EOE Managers to continuously improve service and consistency of the HR department
Onboard all new plant salaried staff members.

Education Required:
Bachelor’s degree in Human Resource management, business or a related field
PHR or SPHR certification a plus

Experience and Skills Required:
5+ years of progressive human resource generalist experience or a combination of human resource and business experience in a manufacturing environment
Must have a basic knowledge of Federal/State laws and changes as they occur
Consultative skills, project management, customer service, negotiation and influencing skills
Demonstrated experience in: Employee Relations, Performance Management Consulting, Organizational Development/Effectiveness, Change Management and Compensation
Demonstrated leadership, interpersonal communication and coaching skills
Organizational savvy with the ability to work comfortably with all levels within organization
Business acumen – ability to understand business strategy and identify and execute HR initiatives that align and support the strategy
Proficient with MS office applications
Independent thinker and worker
Flexible and able to manage change
Travel required: approximately 50%
Successful candidates will be located in the Dallas / Ft. Worth, TX area (Atlanta, GA area candidates may be considered)

Preferred Skills/Attributes:
  • Previous experience working with unions
  • Previous managerial experience
  • Experience with training programs or facilitating training initiatives
Our World Class Suite of Benefits Include:
Choice of Medical Plans-choose the coverage that is right for you and your family Dental Plan-provides Orthodontic coverage to dependent children
Voluntary Vision Program-allows the purchase of glasses and contacts every year rather than every two years like most plans!
Employee Assistance Program-5 free counseling visits; Financial & Legal Assistance
Education Reimbursement-up to $5,250 annually!
401k Savings Plan with a company match
Come join our growing family today and apply with us!

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