Director of Human Resources | Oshkosh, WI

ERG Manufacturing Opportunities

Director of Human Resources | Oshkosh, WI

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Primary Responsibilities:


  • Work closely with the managers & owners to ensure positions are filled quickly and efficiently.
  • Partner with managers to create onboarding plans for new hires.
  • Plan and execute onsite & offsite job fairs as well visits to high schools and technical schools.
  • Maintain applicant tracking system, which includes requisition creation, posting positions, and managing candidate activity.
  • Manage the hiring process, including screening, coordination of interviews, offer letters, etc.
  • Work with shop managers & local business agents to fill union employment roles.
  • Partners and communications with managers to determine staffing needs, retention initiatives, and interviewing best practices.
  • Ensure all required new hire paperwork (application, background checks, I-9, etc.) is completed for new hires. Generate key cards for new employees.

Employee Relations and Performance Management:

  • Identify and monitor the organization’s culture so that it supports the attainment of the company’s goals and promotes a positive employee experience.
  • Oversee drug testing program including pre-employment & random testing.
  • Assist employees and supervisors through challenging situations including safety prevention and harassment training.
  • Assist with investigations, discipline, and coaching/counseling as needed.
  • Support assigned teams through biannual performance management processes creating a culture of coaching and improvement.
  • Ensure compliance with EEO, AAP, OSHA, WC, Unemployment, FMLA, ADA, FLSA, and other state and federal regulations.
  • Manage the termination process which includes: exit process and addressing any non-compete concerns.
  • Facilitate & assist owners with the professional and hourly performance review processes.
  • Support, communicate, and track employee title, department, compensation changes and terminations with the payroll and benefits team. Oversee all employee files.
  • Administer Leave of Absence and Worker’s Compensation claims.
  • Provide reports and analysis on various employee data as required by location leadership.
  • Work with legal counsel to keep updated employee handbooks for both office & union employees.


  • Support company staff by establishing a recruiting and interviewing program, counseling managers on candidate selection, conducting and analyzing exit interviews and recommending changes.
  • Conduct orientation and training programs for new employees.
  • Pre-employment paperwork and drug screen process.
  • Assist managers with conducting job evaluations, individual pay structures and actions.
  • Monitor work results by training managers to coach and discipline employees when needed. Resolving employee grievances.
  • Ensure legal compliance by monitoring and implementing applicable human resource federal and state requirements, maintain all records. Including proper Labor Laws.
  • Work with the CFO and owners on employee benefit programs. Process benefit claims.
  • Accident Prevention and Harassment training.
  • Retain historical human resource records. Maintain current records.
  • Enforce management guidelines by preparing, updating and recommending human resource policies and procedures.

Necessary Experience and Qualifications:

Experience with the following HR functions:

  • Hiring
  • Benefits administration
  • Performance management
  • Communication processes
  • Compensation and wage structure
  • Supporting diversity
  • Classifying employees
  • Employment law
  • Laws against sexual harassment
  • Organizational development


  • Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, or a related field. Any combination of equivalent training and experience which provides desired knowledge, skills, and abilities.
  • 5-7 years of experience in progressively more responsible HR roles.
  • 3+ years in a supervisory role.

Recruiter Contact Info

Jessica Jacklin
Director of Talent – Executive Search
[email protected]


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