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Company: MDLZ
Location: Richmond, VA
Career Level: Associate
Industries: Food, Beverage

Description

Job Description

Are You Ready to Make It Happen at Mondelēz International?

Join our Mission to Lead the Future of Snacking. Make It Possible.

Our employees are key ingredients to our success,​ and you will be responsible for HR support to a specific plant(s) on topics such as talent management, leadership development, early career programs, career pathing, mobility and strategic talent reviews. For people managers in specific plants, you will act as point of contact for specific HR topics. You are a trusted partner and will drive implementation of global strategies and initiatives across plants. You will be responsible for influencing business strategy for people-related issues.

How you will contribute

You will:

  • Partner and build relationships with key stakeholders, understanding the commercial/supply chain impact of people decisions in order to fulfil business objectives, providing an outside-in lens (plant roadmap, people plan, factory of the future)

  • Oversee site labor relations strategy including elements of communication and works council relations and compliance

  • Drive engagement on the plant culture agenda; coach leaders on the key cultural elements and organizational values – being the custodian of high performance work systems, and ensure an effective plant learning management

  • Partner with leadership teams on strategic priorities from workforce planning insights and decisions to talent acquisition, leadership development, early career programs, career pathing, succession planning and mobility, and strategic talent reviews

  • Leverage data analytics to drive solutions and decisions that translate into actionable plans to impact the bottom line and enable business strategy. Inform and update People Services of any local, legal and regulatory changes in market

  • Support plant leadership with effective management of time and attendance systems and attendance policies as necessary, coaching plant directors and plant leadership pillar in line with plant needs/KPI's – support performance calibration where applicable

  • Lead people process'/impact of any plant transformation with effective change management

What you will bring

A desire to drive your future and accelerate your career. You will bring experience and knowledge in:

  • Broad generalist HR experience across a range of populations and range of seniority

  • Strong experience of working with trade unions to deliver change

  • Proven track record as a trusted, credible business partner with ability to engage, inspire, and influence people

  • Experience  working with Lean Six Sigma to drive high performance

  • HR leader with an active curiosity, insight orientation and external perspective about people and business performance

  • Interpersonal savvy, planning, and dealing with ambiguity

  • Future focused by thinking ahead and anticipating new opportunities, leverages an outside in perspective through understanding of market trends

More about this role

Education / Certifications:

  • Bachelor's degree in HRM/Industrial Relations, Business Administration or related field required

Job specific requirements:

  • Strong Labor Relations experience

  • A minimum of 7 years of job related HR experience with 4 or more years as an HR leader in manufacturing

  • Experience in TPM, Lean Manufacturing

  • Must be able to work with flexible schedules to accommodate plant needs

  • Strong communication, conflict resolution and negotiation skills required

  • Up-to-date knowledge of human resources laws, practices, and policies required

  • CPG experience preferred

Work schedule:

Relocation Support Available? Within Country Relocation support available and for candidates voluntarily moving internationally some minimal support is offered through our Volunteer International Transfer Policy Business Unit Summary The United States is the largest market in the Mondelēz International family with a significant employee and manufacturing footprint. Here, weproduce our well-loved household favorites to provide our consumers with the right snack, at the right moment, made the right way. We have corporate offices, sales, manufacturing and distribution locations throughout the U.S. to ensure our iconic brands—including Oreo and  Chips Ahoy! cookies, Ritz, Wheat Thins and Triscuit crackers, and Swedish Fish and Sour Patch Kids confectionery products —are close at hand for our consumers across the country.  

Mondelēz Global LLC is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, protected Veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by law. Applicants who require accommodation to participate in the job application process may contact 847-943-5460 for assistance.

Job Type RegularHR StrategyHuman Resources


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