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Performance Management HR Business Partner

Hyundai Mobis

Fountain Valley, California 92708
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Job Details

Hyundai Mobis (Mobis Parts America) is a fast growing automotive organization, servicing Hyundai and KIA, looking for energetic team members who thrive in a fast-paced, challenging environment.

Why Choose Hyundai Mobis (Mobis Parts America)?

Great benefits include a competitive salary, medical, dental, vision, on-site gym and cafe, paid holidays, paid vacation, tuition reimbursement, vehicle discount program and a generous matching 401(k) program.


Performance Management 



This position is responsible for the administration of Performance Management in the organization.  Incumbent will be responsible for driving the people dimension of MPA’s strategy - enabling alignment of people strategy to business strategy, driving improvements in our high quality workforce, and managing Performance Management Systems.  As the subject matter expert, this position will lead all of MPA Performance Management processes by providing management with the necessary tools & knowledge they need to ensure their employees are performing to the best of their ability.  Develop and administer effective performance management policies and programs to include annual goal-setting and interim and year end performance review processes, and managing the performance improvement process.




  • Provides advanced professional analytical support, leadership, and consulting services to business units involved in the planning, development, implementation and administration of performance management processes, programs and initiatives
  • Performs difficult technical personnel staff assignments in one or more of the following areas: Performance Management, Strategic Workforce Planning, Talent/Succession Planning
  • Ensures that assigned performance management program results support MPA’s strategic objectives and comply with applicable MPA, federal, state and local laws, rules,  and regulations.
  • Will work closely with Compensation and Training Managers to develop synergies across the functions.
  • Proactively partner to make performance management a part of the ongoing culture; including training, communication, performance improvement plans, career development, and guidance as needed.





  •  Serves as a technical and subject matter expert in Performance Management and other Talent Management areas (Strategic Workforce Planning, and Talent/Succession Planning); responds to information requests, inquiries, litigations, arbitrations and other queries associated with Talent Management  programs and services
  • Provides advice, analysis, interpretation and assistance to internal and external customers and clients regarding complex and confidential questions, issues, policies, practices, requirements and services, building relationships across multi-functional teams at all levels within the organization
  • Establishes and maintains Performance Management work plans in coordination with clients; creates performance management schedules, provides ongoing reports and status updates, documents work activities and results; modifies work plans as needed and effectively communicates with clients
  • Assumes a leadership role for Performance Management; develops program strategies and schedules, recommends and implement new products, processes and methodology in accordance to research and best practices.
  • Consults with the business and delivers data driven insights on MPA’s performance management culture and strategies for continuous improvement
  • Builds presentations and presents to all levels of the organization
  • Analyzes external industry trends, improvement and expansion opportunities to integrate into current culture and systems
  • Oversees the administration of the Performance Management Process to include:
    • Ratings calibration data collection
    • Documenting, maintaining, and organizing area practices and protocols related to Performance Management policy administration and standards
    • Staying current on changes to Talent Management policies and processes, and developing and implementing communication plan to appropriate audiences
    • Reporting and or creating presentations that discuss the status and results of the process
    • Providing recommendations and ideas for increasing operational effectiveness and efficiencies
    • Administer Performance improvement Plans and Performance Development Plans
    • Maintain ADP Performance Module
  • Partners with MPA’s Corporate Training & Development Manager to coordinate MPA wide Performance Management training efforts and performance management learning strategy initiatives; recommends and administers, delivers and reports on training efforts; establishes training delivery standards and provides instructor training; assesses effectiveness of learning and development programs and services and development and delivery of career development and outreach activities
  • Partners with MPA’s Compensation & Reward Manager to coordinate MPA wide Merit & Bonus programs tied to Performance Management. Ensure Performance Management objectives and competencies match job description
  • Partners with business units and MPA’s Organization & Workforce Development to
  • Develop and implement performance management culture strategies





A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in human resources, business, psychology/behavioral science or a related field or equivalent experience

Overall Related Experience

5+ years of progressively responsible relevant professional/technical work experience leading, developing, implementing and/or administering one or more comprehensive Performance Management programs and processes.



  • Communicate and positively influence, positively confront issues and resolve conflict, make sound judgment and decisions
  • Develop strong relationships at all levels within the organization with strong service orientation (open, inviting, respectful and courteous)
  • Effectively partner (internally and externally)
  • Adapt to changing priorities and demonstrates business orientation and acumen
  • Work closely with a diverse staff and to deal with sensitive issues, maintaining continuous tact and diplomacy in order to obtain results most favorable to both parties; plan, organize, guide, lead and coach
  • Plan, develop, implement and administer performance management  programs and processes
  • Interpret and explain complex regulations, practices, procedures and/or processes
  • Develop strategies associated with human resources processes; analyze, interpret and document Talent Management standards, policies, procedures, processes and programs
  • Understand and interpret laws, regulations, MPA policies and procedures and other agreements
  • Identify and assess training and improvement areas
  • Write and prepare clear and concise reports policies, procedures, and documents create, develop and conduct presentations to management, employees and the public
  • Manage multiple tasks and complete assignments accurately and on schedule
  • Operate office equipment including computers, Microsoft Office Suite, and ADP Performance Management module (performance management/talent management software)
  • Certification in Human Resource function(s), i.e., SHRM, CPS or equivalent
  • Ensure all supervisors/managers are trained in proper administration of Performance Management, and that employees receive appropriate performance management guidance and counsel throughout their tenure with MPA.



Other Duties

Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

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