VP/Global Director of Human Resources
Location: Overland Park, KS
Pay: $192,000.00 - $242,000.00 /Year
The VP/Global Director of Human Resources is the
organization-wide leader responsible for the coordination and implementation of
global Human Resource systems, processes, policies, and programs and serves as
the company’s in-house counsel. This position works as a business partner
to company leadership on issues of significant organizational importance. The
VP/Global Director of Human Resources will partner with senior leaders to
implement global human resources strategies.
Provide HR leadership to the leaders and
employees within their organizations globally in coordination with North
American HR Director and HR Managers
Maintain knowledge of domestic and international
labor laws and legal consultation processes in regards to employee relations
Leads company global compliance with all
existing governmental and labor legal and government reporting requirements. Maintains minimal company exposure to
Partner with management to define, develop and
lead all global HR programs, processes and policies including but not limited
to: talent acquisition, compensation, benefits, performance management,
employee relations, training and retention, change management and safety/risk
control while ensuring that policies are in full compliance with all applicable
Oversees the implementation of Human Resources
programs through Human Resources staff. Monitors administration of
established procedures and identifies opportunities for improvement.
Manages employee communication and feedback
using creative approaches such as: company meetings, suggestion programs,
newsletters, employee focus groups, one-on-one meetings, and Intranet use.
Develops and monitors an annual budget that
includes Human Resources services, employee recognition and employee benefits.
Drive a culture of performance, results and
positive employee relations
Effectively manage/balance cultural and
organizational nuances and build credibility with leaders, managers, and
Assists managers with the selection and
contracting of external training programs and consultants.
Successfully manage multiple priorities under
tight time frames
Be customer focused, both internally and
10+ years of experience in key HR leadership
Experience with broader employment, corporate
governance, litigation, and/or other regulatory matters preferred.
Experience with international distribution and manufacturing company trade and
commerce requirements is also preferred.
Must thrive under pressure and manage multiple
projects and priorities in and hands-on manner while being resourceful and
innovative at tackling challenges timely.
Excellent business judgment and demonstrated
proficiency in organizational, analytical, conceptual, and problem solving and
executive presentation skills.
Exceptional interpersonal skills and verbal and
written communication skills, including the ability to sift through complicated
business issues and communicate only the important aspects in a clear and
Superior service responsiveness and rapid
Ability to work autonomously in a fast-paced,
flexible and high growth environment.
Excellent computer skills in a Microsoft Windows
environment and HRIS systems
Demonstrated ability to lead and develop staff
Ability to travel both domestically and