Job Information

ORBIS Corporation HR Manager (Manufacturing) in Georgetown, Kentucky

Key Duties and Responsibilities:
Maintain effective communication and a positive and inclusive work environment for all personnel.
Develop and lead a culture of safety relative to training, monitoring and reporting; administer and mitigate costs for workers compensation claims; serve as plant Safety Representative.
Serve on the Local Leadership team and maintain productive relationships with other members of the Leadership team; maintain a strong connection with the overall business strategy.
Design and implement strategies to attract and retain qualified candidates in a cost-efficient manner that meets the operational needs of the business; collaborate with staffing agencies and the VMS to ensure flexible staffing needs are maintained, when applicable.
Facilitate and train front-line leaders and working leaders to elevate their involvement in implementing a high-performance work system; support the operation in providing technical training resources.
Ensure both hourly and salary compensation systems are appropriate and administered within the facility.
Administer benefits; assist employees through the on-line benefit selection process; communicate benefit changes; oversee annual benefits enrollment; promote company health and wellness programs; assist with employee benefit questions.
Ensure compliance of relevant federal, state/provincial, and local laws, as well as Menasha Ethics and other corporate-specific policies and procedures.
Other duties as assigned.


Required: Bachelor's degree

Desired: Master's degree; PHR or SHRM-CP certification

Work Experience

5-10 years of relevant HR/Safety work experience
2-5 years of experience in manufacturing

2-5 years of experience in safety and workers compensation

Additional Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Ability to handle the stress of working with others.
Ability to be available outside of normal work hours.
Ability to assess employee performance and coach and develop others.
Ability to lead by example.
Ability to interact and communicate effectively with a wide variety of roles and levels within the organization.
Ability to use situational leadership given an employee's development needs to accomplish business objectives.
Ability to assess employee performance and coach and develop them appropriately.
Knowledge of federal, state/provincial and local laws and guidelines.
Knowledge of methods, accepted practices, considerations and regulatory requirements associated with safety and protection of the employees, environment and site.

5% - 20% travel


Equal Opportunity Employer - minorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity