We are seeking a personable, experienced human resources business partner to join our growing organization. In this position, you will primarily act as a consultant for company management on all issues related to human resources. You should be a proactive communicator and change agent, someone who can successfully balance employee needs with business objectives to create integrated solutions.
Organizational Effectiveness and Workforce Planning
Partners with three Vice Presidents of High Velocity Software-as-a-Service Go-To-Market, Commercial/Revenue Operations, and Marketing and their respective direct reports to define short-term and long-term organization development requirements (workforce planning, development, culture, etc.).
Drives successful execution of new initiatives, including the rollout of commercial initiatives and programs focused on organizational and cultural change, and support recent software acquisitions integration activities.
Partners with global HR colleagues, COEs, HR Services, and business leaders to create focus on business goals, including delivery of organizational effectiveness and workforce planning.
Leverages business acumen to partner with business leaders effectively.
Provides effective project management within organizational effectiveness and workforce planning.
Partners with leaders through leading change initiatives to help set clear expectations, provide knowledge, resources, evaluation measures, and developing strength in leadership team to lead change.
Ensures strong leadership capability for the business and the development of leadership competency within the business. Facilitates the semi-annual Talent Review, including succession planning and identification of high potential employees. Leverages insights from discussions with leaders to address leadership gaps and opportunities and ensure the creation of development plans to bridge the gaps.
Identifies professional and management training needs of the employees within the business. Ensure the necessary programs are available.
Demonstrate Functional Expertise
This position is responsible for ensuring alignment between GSM organizational requirements and Rockwell Automation's HR policies, processes, and programs. In addition, has responsibility for identifying, leading, and supporting HR strategies and initiatives within these business/functions.
Partners with leaders to proactively assess, develop and retain talent.
Advises and assists VP/Directors, and other appropriate business leaders regarding employee performance issues and actions required for improvement.
Understands the business environment and plans (competitive climate, growth, new products, technologies, etc...) and the impact on immediate and longer-term talent needs.
Coach and Trusted Advisor
Brings knowledge of the business strategy and provides reliable guidance to business.
Provides counsel to business leaders to encourage trust building, information sharing, effective communication, respect, and inclusion resulting in greater personal and organizational effectiveness.
Coach leaders to build organizational capabilities, reduces complexity and partners with business leaders to maximize individual leadership skills and team performance.
Partners with leaders to create and maintain a culture of inclusion where all employees feel valued and see Rockwell Automation as a place where they can do their best work.
Help to promote a positive and engaging work environment by creating or maintaining open communications and engage with Culture of Inclusion on Diversity and Inclusion priorities.
Legal authorization to work in the US or Canada is required. We will not sponsor individuals for employment visas, now or in the future, for this job opening.
Typically requires a minimum of 5 human resources experience required and 2+ years' working with senior leaders at the vice president and above level is preferred
Degree holder in Business, HR Management, or equivalent degree. MBA and software company experience preferred.
Strategic mindset, strong business acumen, executive presence, strong communications skills, and influencing capabilities.
In depth knowledge of HR functional programs including Talent Development, Total Rewards, Succession Planning, Leadership Review, Organizational Development, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Change Management as well as Workforce Planning to people plans specific to business needs.
Ability to work effectively across functional lines in a global, matrixed environment.
Experience managing employees in multiple locations as well as collaborating with extended HR teams preferred.
Demonstrates genuine interest in colleagues, the company, and industry.
Ability to retain and convey a positive attitude in challenging circumstances.
Strong team orientation and ability to collaborate with other HR members.
High sense of urgency and influential leadership to drive results.
Ability to support and challenge business leaders. Acts as a coach, thought leader and sounding board for leadership.
Acts courageously by sharing viewpoints openly and directly with others, providing relevant and timely information and feedback, as required.
Remain open to ideas; integrates multiple perspectives in decision-making.
Maintains a positive demeanor during periods of uncertainty, conflict, and stress.
Balances conceptual and tactical requirements of the role.
Applies long-term thinking to business issues and opportunities that have impacts over the short and longer term time frames, including employee engagement, leadership and management development, culture and inclusion, workforce planning.
Partners with business leaders across the business and geographic boundaries to support and manage change, while balancing local and global perspectives in reaching decisions. Leverages business insights in proposing solutions and facilitating change.
Seeks out and embraces relevant perspectives when assessing a situation or making a decision; demonstrates clear understanding of multiple viewpoints.
Enthusiasm for relationship building and partnership across the organization at all levels.
Values working in a team-oriented culture and building consensus with stakeholders before making key decisions.
Actively pursues personal continuous learning, develops skills and knowledge in job-related technical and professional areas. Actively participates in the development of team members.
Ability to influence and obtain results through others within Rockwell in a respectful way.
Actively participates in global calls and meetings via phone or in-person.
This position is part of a job family. Experience will be the determining factor for position level and compensation.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer including disability and veterans.
If you are an individual with a disability and you need assistance or a reasonable accommodation during the application process, please contact our services team at +1 (844) 404-7247.
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