Champion Homes
  • Waycross, GA, USA
  • Salary
  • Full Time

Medical/Dental, Holiday Pay, Sick Pay, Vacation, 401(K) match

POSITION: Human Recourses Manager

REPORTS TO: General Manager

FLSA: Exempt

Location: Waycross & Millen, GA.

POSITION SUMMARY: The Human Resources Manager functions as an important member of the Manufacturing Plant Leadership Team. In conjunction with senior management, develops and implements plant Policies and Procedures consistent with corporate and regional policies to assure consistent and positive employee relations. Assists in planning and organizing the labor force to effectively meet company objectives. Implements and supports training initiatives including supervisory and new hire training and On-Boarding programs. Develops and/or administers wage, salary and benefit programs following company philosophy. Establishes and directs company safety, loss control and occupational health programs in compliance with local, state and federal safety and health requirements.


  • Staffing and Employee Engagement
    • Manage the staffing process by identifying sources for potential employees, screening, interviewing, scheduling reference and background investigations and drug screens, extending job offers in conformance with Champion policies and procedures and federal, state, and local laws and
    • Develop, implement and manage a progressive, comprehensive On-Boarding program to orient newly hired EEs and increase
    • Manage and maintain an Affirmative Action Plan (AAP), if required, to achieve established goals and
    • Identify causes of turnover, develop and implement retention
    • Become the resident expert on plant human resource policies and procedures to aid and guide supervisors and managers to correctly interpret the requirements and processes including, but not limited to: terminations, lay-offs, recall from lay-off, job postings, promotions, attendance control, disciplinary practices and vacation scheduling. Controls and maintains bulletin boards and internal communication processes in order to comply with Champion Policies & Procedures and any regulatory

· Worker Compensation, Safety and Loss Control

  • Coordinate Worker Compensation, Safety and Loss Control activities with Corporate Risk Management
  • Manage Worker Compensation Administrator, other insurance carriers and primary care medical providers to ensure that all industrial accident cases are resolved in a timely
  • Train management personnel to recognize the importance of proper industrial accident filing procedures. Accident investigations to be performed as a preventive measure as well as a post injury
  • Ensure OSHA logs and State workers' compensation filing requirements are complied
  • Implement and direct a comprehensive company safety program in consultation with senior management.
  • Coordinate and manage the activities of the Safety Committee to promote employee participation and cooperation with outside safety and health agencies in achieving a safe working environment for all
  • Schedule and supervise the routine inspection findings to appropriate management personnel for proper follow-up corrective
  • Manage First Aid stations and supplies, Emergency Medical Transportation plan and Process, periodic hearing and pulmonary testing and related

· Employee Relations and Communications

  • Maintain Employee Relations programs, practices and procedures which provide the basis for fair and equitable treatment of our employees, working conditions, wage, benefits, and other reasonable employee relations activities designed to create a positive labor environment and make the efforts of organized labor at the manufacturing plant unnecessary and undesirable. Constantly be aware of and talk with management regarding union activity in the region and alert management to unionization early warning

· Compensation and Benefits

  • Conduct or participate in periodic wage and benefit surveys among local employers. Based on findings make recommendations to support changes in policy, practices and rates of pay for employment levels excluding
  • Prepare Job Descriptions for Hourly and Office positions that comply with the law, are consistent with company-wide descriptions, can be used as a training tool for new employees and provide guidelines for the job incumbent to achieve job

· Company Representation

  • Represent the company to outside employers and agencies in matters of employment, job verifications, reference checking, industrial medical services, unemployment compensation and appeals hearings, workers' compensation follow-up, leaves of absence follow-up, Family Medical Leave Act, federal, state, and local job programs such as Targeted Job Tax Credit (TJTC), the Job Training Partnership Act (JTPA), and annual wage and benefit

· Training and Development

  • Manage and deliver or coordinate delivery with outside vendors formal training activities for employees including: New Employee Orientation and On-Board training, Job Safety, Right-To- Know disclosure (Material Safety Data Sheets), Emergency Evacuation Procedures, First Aid/CPR certification, First Line Supervisory Training Programs and Management Training i.e. Sexual Harassment, Workplace Relationships, Union Awareness/Avoidance, New Policies,

Experience and Education

  • Four-year degree preferred
  • Five to ten years of progressive human resource generalist experience in a team-based environment.
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