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Job Opportunity: HR Manager

Date   Oct 27
Listing No.   IE269649
Sector   Human Resources, Recruitment & Training
Region   North
City/Yishuv   Yokneam
HR Manager
We’re growing, and we are looking to add a manager level, Human Capital Partner to the team in Yokne’am Illit, Israel! We're looking for a true business partner whose passion lies in developing relationships and advising our leaders on organizational design, employee relations and leading change. A strong generalist with breadth across several human capital core functions will enjoy standing up and executing Human Capital programs that align with our people, culture and business initiatives, building the organization and growing our leaders. Since this office is small but mighty, the Human Capital Manager will also support some Office Manager responsibilities. While we don’t take ourselves too seriously, we do take our work seriously and ensuring that our employees are playing to their strengths and are “all-in” engaged is a top priority for our Human Capital team. If building and making an impact is your style, then we can’t wait to meet you!

You get to:

Contribute to the business strategy by partnering with business leaders to identify, prioritize, and build organizational capabilities, behaviors, structures, and processes
Support managers in forecasting and planning their talent pipeline requirements in line with the function/business strategy
Professionally execute on the day-to-day Human Capital operations (e.g. compensation programs, employee relations and employee inquiries) and talent management strategies (e.g., talent review, succession planning, employee development and training, career paths, etc.)
Partner in the development of progressive and proactive compensation programs to provide motivation, incentives and rewards for effective performance
Develop human resources policies and procedures aligned with meeting the strategic and operational people issues of the organization and continuous improvement
Partner with Employee Communications Manager to set overall communications strategy, create the tactical plan (including planning tools), and ensure successful execution
Create an open communications environment where employees desire to approach Human Capital as a first step in any employee-related matter (e.g., issues, career pursuits, management concerns, etc.)
Support office management and facilities responsibilities as they surface.
Perform other duties as assigned

What you need:

Substantial business acumen with a comprehensive understanding of the link between Human Capital and business strategy
Ability to engage, inspire, and influence people at all levels in the organization
Possess a strategic focus as well as an operational and detail oriented perspective. In other words, identify opportunities for HC to support the business while also being able to build actionable roadmap to implement program
Strong understanding of Human Capital data and the ability to leverage it to tell a story and make recommendations for continuous improvements
Familiarity with local and in country Israeli employment laws and know when to seek assistance when necessary
Skilled at handling employee relations matters, the ability to respond effectively to the most sensitive inquiries or complaints
Fluent in English - both written and verbal
Must be well versed in Word, PowerPoint and Excel. Experience with Workday is a plus
Bachelor’s degree in business administration, Human Resources management, or related discipline or equivalent knowledge and experience required
7+ years of Human Resources business partner experience
Prior experience in a global company, where their location is a satellite office.
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