Human Resources Manager

| Wauwatosa, WI, USA
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Auto req ID: 23092

Title: Human Resources Manager

Job Function: Human Resources

Location: PDC

Company: Harley-Davidson Motor Company

Full or Part-Time: Full Time

Shift: SHIFT1

At Harley-Davidson, we are building more than machines. It's our passion and commitment to continue the evolution of this storied brand, and heighten the desirability of the Harley-Davidson experience. To keep building our legend and leading our industry through innovation, evolution, and emotion we need the best and brightest talent. We stand for the timeless pursuit of adventure. Freedom for the soul. Are you ready to join us?

The Harley-Davidson Motor Company Product Development Center (PDC) located in Wauwatosa, WI is home to the mantra - You dream it. We build it. Join our team as a Human Resources Manager.

Job Summary

The Human Resources Manager, Product Development is the business partner interacting daily with our Product Development leaders on the people-related matters impacting their business. The Product Development team you will support includes our Engineering, Design, and Motorcycle Management organizations. The HR Manager effectively engages the Human Resources Generalist(s) assigned to their team in providing innovative Human Resources strategies designed to optimize human resources within their assigned business areas. This role assists the business unit leadership in the development and implementation of solutions that makes business strategies actionable. The HR Manager contracts effectively with the center-led specialties within the Human Resources function to deploy COE initiatives in the areas of total rewards, employee relations, and talent management, as well as the rest of the COE functions within the Human Resources shared services model as needed.

Job Responsibilities

  • Human Resources Consultation & Management: Supports the implementation of strategies set forth by the Human Resources senior leadership team. Provides support to leaders, managers and, and employees to better understand and utilize Human Resources tools, processes, and policies, maximizing organizational effectiveness, improving performance, ensuring compliance. Advises and counsels leaders and employees on people-related matters. Consults, advises, and assists business unit leaders; works collaboratively with COE and other Human Resources resources to accomplish the following activities (e.g., change initiatives, employee relations interventions, talent development/acquisition and performance management, organizational learning and development, business diagnostics, productivity analyses, retention and engagement assessment, employee communication, and Human Resources programs and services) in support of business goals.
  • Integrated Business Solutions: Works with assigned business units to help them align and integrate the strategic capabilities of the company's human resources with business unit objectives. Identifies emerging human capital challenges and trends within the business units supported, sponsoring efforts to create improvement opportunities and effective solutions with business impact. Focuses Human Resources solutions on organizational outcomes that improve employee and organizational performance and productivity. Working collaboratively with COE resources of performance and growth, safety, talent management and rewards; brokers with and utilizes the company's Human Resources network of resources to develop optimal solutions to meet business unit challenges.
  • Strategy Development & Execution: Participates in the establishment of work unit plans and performance measures in support of business goals. Helps business leaders to translate strategy into solutions, actions, and results. Is a credible activist ensuring the people-perspective is represented in business decisions so implications are understood and the workforce is proactively and successfully utilized for the overall benefit of the business. Assesses the impact of business decisions on the workforce and provides solutions to optimize opportunities and mitigate any downsides.
  • Talent Management: Identifies talent issues before they impact the business - manages performance effectiveness. Is a role model for performance management and developing others. Provides positive reinforcement for desired behaviors at all levels. Able to diagnose and resolve significant as needed. Works with the business leaders to ensure diversity and inclusiveness are properly embraced and supported by all business units. Responsible for monitoring the health and well-being of the employee/employer relationship. Works with the Human Resources Business Services Director to develop solutions in concert with the business and COE philosophy (e.g., reward strategies, talent management, etc.). Assesses employee engagement, works to develop and deploy solutions to increase engagement levels. Responsible for the implementation of all COE processes for assigned business units. Understands Human Resources practices, procedures, employment law, and COE approaches and administers them consistently and fairly.

Education Requirements

Bachelor's Degree Required

Education Specifications

  • Master's Degree is Preferred.
  • PHR, SPHR, CP or SCP Certifications Preferred
  • High School Diploma or GED required

Experience Requirements

  • Typically requires a minimum of 8 years of related experience.
  • Strong supervisory experience.
  • Technical expertise in the effective handling of employee relations issues
  • Possess general management perspective and business acumen, including financial and strategic capability. Excellent judgment and sensitivity for dealing with internal and external issues; Ability to interact in fluid and ambiguous situations and sensitivity to the needs of the stakeholders of the organization.
  • An assertive, pragmatic, "hands-on" Human Resources leader with a "bottom line" approach to management.
  • A catalyst for change, including problem-solving, innovative transformation, relationship, and role influence. Ability in taking reasoned risks and presenting and selling ideas.
  • Evidence of a leadership style which builds alliances with internal/external customers and emphasizes integrity, high morale, effective teamwork, and high moral standards. Proactive approach to community involvement and civic participation.
  • A team player with excellent interpersonal and strong "people skills", outstanding verbal communication skills on an individual and group basis, excellent writing skills, negotiating skills, and executive demeanor.

Harley-Davidson is an equal opportunity employer that continues to build a culture of inclusion, belonging and equity through our commitment to attracting and retaining diverse talent from all backgrounds, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, gender identity, age, disability, veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law. We believe in fairness and providing a level playing field for all. We foster a culture that thrives on diverse perspectives and contributions to ignite the creativity and innovation to fuel our business and enhance the employee and customer experience.

The pay range shown represents the national average pay range for this role. Your pay may be more or less than the stated range and is dependent on your geographic location and level of experience.

We offer an inclusive compensation package for all full-time salaried employees including, but not limited to, annual bonus programs, health insurance benefits, a 401k program, onsite fitness centers and employee stores, employee discounts on products and accessories, and more. Learn more about Harley-Davidson here.

Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States.

Direct Reports: Yes

Travel Required: 0 - 10%

Pay Range: 103,100 - 164,900

Visa Sponsorship: This position is not eligible for visa sponsorship

Relocation: This position is not eligible for relocation assistance

More Information on Harley-Davidson Motor Company
Harley-Davidson Motor Company operates in the Automotive industry. The company is located in Mountain View, CA, Kansas City, MO, Milwaukee, WI, Menomonee Falls, WI, Milwaukee, WI, Wauwatosa, WI, Tomahawk, WI, Valley View, OH and York, PA. Harley-Davidson Motor Company was founded in 1903. It has 8412 total employees. It offers perks and benefits such as Flexible Spending Account (FSA), Disability insurance, Dental insurance, Vision insurance, Health insurance and Life insurance. To see all 15 open jobs at Harley-Davidson Motor Company, click here.
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