Human Resources Business Partner

Company: Spectra ( Learn More )

General Information
US-PA-Philadelphia
N/A
4 Year Degree
Full-Time
5 to 7 years
Not Specified
False
False
Job Description

The Human Resources Business Partner is responsible for managing HR for Spectra Venue Management, the facility and venue management entity of Comcast Spectacor. The ideal candidate will collaborate with Spectra leaders and develop human capital strategies in the areas of talent management, organizational design, and change management, training and employee relations.

The Business Partner interprets policies and procedures with management, providing guidance and oversight to the Spectra leadership team. The ideal candidate will partner with the regional leadership team to handle employee relations issues and manage change, as well as partner with the Human Resources Director to lead strategic business initiatives within the Human Resources function.

The ideal candidate will be a natural team player with high energy and a sense of enthusiasm who can inspire and motivate others, thereby creating vision and commitment throughout the organization.

Responsibilities

Talent Acquisition, Development and Succession Planning

  • Partners with Talent Acquisitions in supporting talent acquisition initiatives, including sourcing and hiring talent. 
  • Work with HR and Talent Acquisition to build and implement a strong succession and talent management program. 
  • Helps develop Human Resources programs including on-boarding, training coordination and delivery, performance management, employee retention strategies, compensation, AA/EEO compliance, benefits, employee relations, safety and health. 
  • Employee Relations

  • Investigates problems, such as: working conditions, disciplinary actions, and employee and applicant appeals and labor grievances. 
  • Partners with legal department to respond to employment discrimination charges and third party inquiries. 
  • Assists with designing, disseminating and educating management on corporate policies and procedures related to Employee Relations and employment laws. 
  • Field Support

  • Partner in handling labor relations issues and work with facilities’ unions as needed
  • Build and nurture strong working relationships with the leadership team and local operations teams through coaching front line leaders.
  • Identify priorities, opportunities, and best practices; formulate and implement solutions.
  • Coach and train managers to apply HR policies and procedures within different operational departments.
  • Provide guidance and leadership on organizational effectiveness, change management and conflict resolution. Takes on special projects and initiatives as assigned and acts as a multi-faceted HR professional
  • Compliance

  • Serve as the content expert and advisor to the business, by actively educating, informing and reacting to any situation that may be considered an opportunity to represent and protect the company.

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    Job Requirements
    • Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university.

    • 5-7 years of HR generalist experience, demonstrating a record of progressively increasing responsibility

    • Experience in providing HR generalist support to multiple locations domestically with emphasis on multi-site responsibility.

    • Knowledge and experience with various state laws, legal requirements and regulations preferred.

    • Demonstrated success building and maintaining effective internal relationships to drive achievement within highly-matrixed, team-based environments.

    • Excellent planning and organizational skills; strong qualitative and quantitative analytical skills.

    • Ability to develop strong relationships and partnerships with leaders at all levels to be viewed as a credible resource in providing a broad range of HR consultation.

    • Provide coaching to leaders in their own personal development as well as development of their teams.

    • Credible leader who is able to effectively interact with and influence executives, management, colleagues, and front line employees.

    • Collaborative leader with strong communication and interpersonal skills to work across the business.

    • Ability to execute against multiple projects and excel in a demanding, results-oriented work environment. Comfortable rolling up the sleeves; and doing whatever it takes to support the business.

    • Versatility, flexibility, and ability to work within constantly changing priorities.

    • Extraordinary communications capability with a high tolerance for ambiguity.

    • Consistent exercise of independent judgment and discretion in matters of significance.

    • Strong verbal and written communication skills and strong and dynamic presentation skills for audiences at all levels of the organization.

    • Ability to adapt to new situations and thrive in a rapidly changing, dynamic environment

    • PHR preferred 

    • Strong business acumen 

    • Experience in labor relations and positive employee relations.

    • Overnight travel approximately 33%.

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