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Staffing Manager - Selection Programs

Penske Truck Leasing


Location:
Reading, Pennsylvania 19606
Date:
03/10/2017
Job Type:
Employee
Job Status:
Full Time
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Job Details

Penske is seeking a strong, passionate individual to provide leadership and expertise in selection efforts to further improve our talent acquisition function. The goal is to simply ensure that our organization has the necessary tools and training to find top talent in order to support our customers and our business.

In the role of Staffing Manager, you’ll assess, develop, and facilitate programs and processes that support the organizational staffing needs. This includes focus on interview processes and tools, pre-hire assessments, recruiter and hiring manager training, and the background screening and clinical processes. As a member of the staffing leadership team, you’ll provide partnership, training, mentoring, and monitoring of initiatives and efforts with our recruiting team. Upon successful mastery of the aforementioned responsibilities and demonstrated successful relationship building, business acumen, and project management, this role may evolve to serve as the leader of staffing operations.

This highly collaborative role will interact frequently with all members of the recruiting team, field HR teams, and Operations leaders, Legal, and other corporate HR resources. This position will report to the Director of Staffing and will be located at the corporate offices in rural Berks County(Reading, PA), 75 minutes northwest of Philadelphia.

Qualified candidates will have no less than 7 years of progressive recruitment experience with the ability to demonstrate subject matter expertise in selection methods and process implementation. This role will be responsible for change management and requires demonstrated past experience in enterprise-wide or corporate initiative projects, program, and presentations to leadership teams. Prior staff management and HR certifications highly preferred.

Responsibilities:

  • Assess, develop, and implement selection process and tools that increase the level of top talent in the organization while ensuring all processes comply with laws and regulations.

  • Develop and coordinate delivery of selection training to both recruiters and hiring managers, with a focus on improving quality while maintaining efficiency.

  • Oversee the use of any pre-hire assessment processes used within the organization, managing vendors and regular validation studies.

  • Manage the new hire background screening, drug screening, and DOT Physical process. This includes background screening vendor management and general issue resolution to ensure organizational screening standards are met in the United States and Canada.

  • Ensure that the United States I9/Everify process is completed successfully for all new hires. This include collaboration with vendors, internal Compliance team, and field HR.

  • In partnership with the Talent Development team, look to create alignment between selection and development processes. This includes continued integration of competencies in selection, identifying internal opportunity awareness and selection, and organizational succession planning alignment.

  • Provide coaching, guidance, and influence of both the Recruiting team and Field HR in aligning organizational goals.

  • Formulate workforce planning tools and strategies.

  • Support any Legal and Compliance related requests with necessary details in a timely manner.

  • Other projects as assigned by supervisor

Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree or 7 years of prior staffing management experience required.

  • 7 years of large organization progressive recruiting experience required

  • At least 3 years of experience in enterprise or corporate initiative program management, influencing change in process or behaviors.

  • Prior vendor management experience required

  • Prior project management experience preferred

  • Past management of direct reports preferred

-Strong understanding of employment laws, OFCCP regulations, and background screening laws highly preferred.

  • Must have demonstrated strong organization and documentation skills, will be detail oriented, self-motivated, and demonstrate past ability to prioritize.

  • Able to communicate effectively both in-person and through written correspondences and presentations with candidates, peers, managers, and leadership.

  • Must have demonstrated internal customer service skills, including troubleshoot and problem solving experiences.

  • Strong analytical skills, with the ability to review reports and make recommendations

  • Willingness to travel up to 40% to various locations by car, plane or train overnight, as required. Travel may occasionally be short notice as dictated by business needs.

  • Willingness to travel as necessary, work the required schedule, work at the specific location required, complete Penske employment application, submit to a background investigation (to include past employment, education, and criminal history) and drug screening are required.

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