Sign In
 [New User? Sign Up]
Mobile Version

HR Director/CHRO

DCI Hollow Metal


Location:
Fontana, California 92336
Date:
09/08/2017
2017-09-082017-10-08
Job Type:
Employee
Job Status:
Full Time
Shift:
1st Shift
Categories:
  • Compensation
  • Employment/Recruitment
  • HR Generalist
  • Organizational Development
  • Training/Development
DCI Hollow Metal
  •  
  • Save Ad
  • Email Friend
  • Print
  • Research Salary

Job Details

 

DCI Hollow Metal

HR Director/CHRO Job Description

Our Company

DCI Hollow Metal is the nationwide leader in custom hollow metal and commercial steel doors and frames, manufactured to exact customer specifications and ready to meet customer delivery dates. As fully-integrated steel door manufacturers, operating from our 100,000-square foot facility in Southern California, DCI routinely delivers custom hollow metal doors and frames “when you need it” and stock doors built to customer custom orders on the same day.

Products include custom commercial steel doors, bullet proof doors, fire rated doors, STC doors, and a variety of types of hollow metal doors, stainless steel doors, hollow metal door frames or steel door frames.

DCI Hollow Metal is a 30-year-old entrepreneurial company. We have built our reputation in the industry by always striving to find new ways to improve on our products and customer service and are continually reinvesting in state of the art equipment and as well as our people. We are rapidly expanding the business across the US by harnessing technology to maintain our exceptional quality and service.

Your Opportunity

Over our years of growth, our experience has shown us that the key component of our success is in the quality of our people. That has never been more important than now as our expansion takes us beyond California. To realize our goals, we will need a strong, experienced Human Resources leader, who can share our vision and help us build the organization we’ll need to reach our goals. DCI is an “all hands-on deck” place, where people of all levels roll up their sleeves to get things done.

As the Director of Human Resources, you will help build a strong, efficient Human Resources department that can provide excellent service for the day-to-day HR functions and consistently add value by creating and delivering exceptional people programs to develop individuals throughout the organization and retain top talent. You will also strategize with the executive team and work with team leads on the shop floor to improve processes and performance.

You will use your skills to coach and advise the leadership team on all aspects of the employees’ life cycle with the company ensuring that the human dynamics of every business decision are fully and appropriately integrated. You will create and implement a recruiting strategy to find, develop and keep top talent and make DCI an employer of choice. You will have knowledge of manufacturing sites and be able to identify opportunities for organizational design improvements, practices to improve productivity, team work and cross functional collaboration.   As someone experienced in multi-location businesses and matrix design structure you will be instrumental in leading the team in learning how to collaborate and achieve through resources beyond local reporting lines.


Essential Responsibilities:


General HR Leadership/Support

  • Lead and support the development, implementation, and/or administration of all aspects of Human Resources including staffing, organizational development, talent management, training and development, performance management, compensation and benefits, and other HR programs/initiatives.
  • Lead and develop the HR team to meet the needs of a changing organization, including skills training, leadership development, and mentoring. Develop meaningful human resource analytics to aid in strategic planning and corporate decision making.
  • Partner effectively with executive team, legal counsel and others to ensure compliance and policy alignment to legal and regulatory requirements.
  • Partner with leaders to drive and deliver solutions aligned with strategic business objectives and plan for organizational change to keep pace with the evolution of the business. 

 
Talent Acquisition

  • Talent champion for the organization, helping to attract, develop, engage and retain the best diverse talent.
  • Responsible for delivering all facets of recruiting success.  This role will play a critical role in ensuring we are hiring the best possible talent for the organization.
  • Develop strategic staffing plans aligned with the businesses’ overall strategic workforce plan and objectives.
  • Implement strategies and plans to meet the talent needs of the organization. Monitor progress against metrics and milestones.
  • Engage in aggressive and creative talent sourcing strategies to generate robust and diverse candidate slates and pipelines. Build networks to find and engage qualified passive candidates.
  • Manage the full cycle of recruitment, including the selection, offer, new hire and on-boarding processes. 
  • Implement interviewing processes that ensure high quality assessment and selection.
  • Manage excellent communication with external/internal candidates and internal hiring managers to provide a world class interview experience.

 
Organizational Development

  • Build the HR foundation for a nationwide organization and a multi-site operation.
  • Expand and enhance the performance management and talent review process including coaching, succession planning, development planning and training initiatives.
  • Develop comprehensive and competitive compensation and incentive programs to attract and retain top talent. Act as a true business partner in building organizational capability through processes that will sustain the organization in its growth and a strong talent pool that can respond to growth and deliver results.
  • Consult with leaders on talent management and development needs.  Identify competency/skill gaps and solutions, and ensure that a viable succession plan is in place.

 


Change Management/Employee Engagement

  • As an ambassador of change, implement processes and approaches which prepare employees for ongoing change and transformation.
  • Lead change management initiatives and tailor strategy and programs to fit the needs of the organization.
  • Identify strategies and programs to increase productivity, employee performance, and employee satisfaction.

 Physical Demands:

  • This position will spend most of their time sitting and using office equipment.
  • Occasional lifting of up to 25 pounds may be required of supplies and materials.
  • The employee frequently uses both hands to grip, hold, and type.

Environment:

  • This position is an office based role.
  • This position will also visit the manufacturing floor from time to time. Visiting the manufacturing floor will require the use of personal protective equipment as there is exposure to:
    • Fast paced custom metal manufacturing environment.
    • High noise levels.
    • Moving objects such as machinery, mechanical parts, forklifts, and carts.

The Benefits:

The benefits package includes: Executive time off, Health & Life Insurance benefits as well as a 401(K) Plan with a generous match.

How to Apply:

Please email your resume to: hiring@dcihollowmetal.com

Compensation:

$120-$150K Annually

Requirements

What You’ll Bring:

  •  BA/BS in Human Resources or related field, or equivalent work experience.
  • SPHR/ SHRM - SCP or advanced degree preferred.
  • 20 years or more of progressively-advancing Human Resources experience, at least 10 of which must have been in a Human Resources leadership role.
  • Must have experience in manufacturing, including continuous improvement cultures and tools such as LEAN.
  • Demonstrated achievement in rapidly and substantially improving core Human Resources processes, with special emphasis on organization development, regulatory compliance, and workforce engagement in a continuous improvement environment.
  • Delivers commitments with a sense of urgency.
  • Must be confident and effective in working with and influencing senior levels of the company, and equally comfortable and effective on the shop floor.
  • Outstanding interpersonal skills, particularly in building relationships and trust with business leaders.
  • Strong facilitation and negotiation skills.
  • Ability to do some travel.
  • Have a great sense of humor, an excellence driven outlook, and enjoy being part of multiple teams with strong skills in collaboration, cooperation and consensus building.
Powered By

SHRM provides content as a service to its readers and members. It does not offer legal advice, and cannot guarantee the accuracy and stability of its content for a particular purpose. Disclaimer