International Paper Human Resources Specialist in BINGHAMTON CONTAINER, New York
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International Paper (http://www.internationalpaper.com)is the world’s largest paper and forest products company. Primary businesses include paper and packaging products for a variety of end users. International Paper is a Fortune 100 Company with operations around the globe.
We currently have an opening for an HR Specialist in our Binghamton, NY Container facility. This position will support the facility in Human Resource related areas and systems. This is a non-exempt position that reports to the Plant General Manager.
Key Functions/Responsibilities of this position are:
Coordinates selection processes for hourly and salaried positions including posting with and outreach to organizations; communication with authorized staffing agencies; sourcing, screening, and corresponding with applicants; conducting pre-employment assessments and reference checks; maintenance of all recruiting files.
Coordinates orientation and on-boarding activities for new hires.
Maintains the Affirmative Action Planning system, including maintaining annual logs for internal job postings, hires, terminations, separations, and promotions; completion of the annual AAP.
Ensures the facility maintains full compliance with all aspects required of a federal contractor.
Creates and delivers presentations to employees regarding policies and work rules that apply to all who work at our locations.
Maintains the accuracy and security of all HR-related files in accordance with the records retention policy including employee personnel files, medical files, and I-9’s.
Maintains logs for disciplinary action, training, vacation, etc.
Maintains the accuracy of shared files and databases.
Ensures timely and accurate processing of human resource-related forms; researches and furnishes employee information to authorized persons as appropriate; and handles human resource-related questions.
Thorough knowledge of local pay practices, pay levels, job groups, and interface with SAP and WorkBrain (payroll system).
Handles and make necessary changes to payroll processes/system on an as-needed basis.
Ensures hourly employees are coded accurately by job classification, jobs performed, shift, and department assignment.
Working knowledge of all benefits.
Assists with open enrollment meetings. Serves as a resource to employees in resolving benefits-related issues and concerns.
Supports processes related to FMLA, disabilities, and return to work.
Processes all unemployment-related claims; participates in any appeal hearings or other activities related to unemployment claims.
Surfaces employee concerns and improvements; recommends alternatives for resolution of problems as appropriate; acts as a liaison between the individual employee, managers, Region HR Manager, and company or community resources.
Coordinates facility functions including employee recognition, service awards, safety, and holiday-related on and off shift events.
Assists in organizing presentation materials, coordinating meetings and catering arrangements, and maintaining employee bulletin boards
Supports Environmental Health & Safety by assisting with various safety administrative duties when needed.
Qualifications for this position include:
High school education
BS/BA in Human Resources or related field strongly preferrred
Working knowledge of federal and state employment laws.
A high level of diplomacy, tact, and judgment as well as an upbeat and positive attitude.
Ability to surface issues and handle sensitive and confidential information in an efficient and professional manner.
Superior organizational skills with a high quality of accuracy and attention to detail in both written and verbal communications.
Ability to learn new skills quickly, work and be flexible with deadlines, solve problems effectively, and handle multiple priorities.
Ability to be proactive and self-directed while working professionally in a team environment to resolve issues and meet deadlines.
Experience with SAP strongly desired.
Demonstrated high level of proficiency in Microsoft Windows environment with an emphasis on Word, Outlook, PowerPoint and Excel.
Demonstrated ability to learn new software programs or databases quickly.
Prior work experience in a union manufacturing environment preferred.
International Paper is a Equal Opportunity Employer
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