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Global Leader of Culture and People Development


St. Louis, Missouri 63105
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Baldwin Technology Company, Inc. is a leading international manufacturer and full service supplier of process automation equipment and related Consumables for the print, film, corrugated, textile and paper industries.  Through its global footprint, of 14 locations in 9 countries, Baldwin is able to directly serve both end users and OEM customers around the world.  As a total solutions provider, Baldwin not only provides new equipment to its customers, but also dedicates extensive resources to maintaining and servicing existing equipment with quality replacement parts, highly engineered consumables and engineering services.

Baldwin's culture is a caring, collaborative, people-centric environment designed to unlock the potential in every team member, and was developed 2014 based on the collaboration of approximately 600 global team members.


Our company lives by the Baldwin Leadership Disciplines (BLDs), a unique list of ten guiding leadership principles. These principles support the vision for our company culture and guide our team members to innovate continuously, take action and communicate effectively with kindness and respect, and inspire both colleagues and customers to seek excellence.  Team members are encouraged to celebrate all successes, both big and small.  Through these principles, Baldwin will ensure a strong and secure future.


The Global Leader of Culture and People Development serves as a member of Baldwin’s global executive leadership team. This role oversees the organization’s full scope of human resources and organizational development endeavors to achieve the company’s business goals that include ambitious acquisition and organic growth.  This position directs strategy, service, stewardship and cultural alignment functions under the general leadership of the CEO. 

Key responsibilities include developing and executing the organization’s strategic global HR plan, attracting and retaining talent, performance management, management training and development, compensation and benefits administration, employee relations, organizational development and HR compliance functions and services. The individual selected will establish goals, priorities and plans, assuring that these align with those of the organization and its core values. The Global CPD Leader will oversee the day-to-day delivery of services to key internal customers and participates actively in facilitating the organization’s achievement of its aspirational cultural goals.  This leader will work closely with other members of the executive team to develop and implement policies, procedures, systems, and processes that reflect best practices across the continuum of recruitment, selection, engagement, employee relations, performance, total rewards and recognition, and development of the organization’s employees.  Further, as a champion of open, honest communication to employees regarding critical company information and developments, the Global CPD Leader promotes team member engagement in the organization’s mission, vision, values and  goals.   This leader models the Baldwin Leadership Disciplines, should embrace continuous improvement and professional development, demonstrate respect for a diverse workforce and act in accordance with the highest standards of ethical behavior and professionalism.

The ideal candidate is energetic, independent, charismatic, collaborative, and has experience working in a rapidly growing, global organization. This person is a strong communicator that can effectively lead and mobilize people through positive interactions, has experience setting and achieving organizational development goals, and the ability to build credibility through trusted relationships and effective conflict resolution. 


  • A bachelor’s degree in Human Resources or a related field, and an advanced degree and/or SPHR certification is preferable

  • 10-15 years of related work experience at progressively responsible levels of management and leadership is necessary

  • A personal commitment to a set of core values that includes integrity, accountability, teamwork, compassion, and respect toward others is essential

  • Advanced knowledge and skill in applying concepts of human resources management and organizational development in the manufacturing environment; Experience in international HR management and leadership.

  • Strategic planning and execution skills in a growth-oriented and organizationally complex environment, including acquisition due-diligence and integration skills.

  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.

  • Solid interpersonal skills that reflect open, honest communication and a commitment to internal and external customer service excellence.

  • Critical thinking and problem-solving skills.

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