HR Manager

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Growing global distribution center in south metro Atlanta seeks versatile HR manager to support 50-60 employees. This is a new third-party logistics (3PL) operation for a European company. Company is taking over operations for another company, also HQ in Europe. Most current employees will transition to the 3PL company.

Along with HR strategy, job scope includes administration, benefits, communications, compensation, diversity, EEO, EHS (safety), employee assistance programs, employee development, employee relations, HRIS, international, legal, organizational development, talent acquisition, and training. Reports to the COO.

Responsibilities

  • HR strategy: Cast the vision and articulate the HR strategy to build the inaugural HR department. Participate as a business partner with the leadership team. Advise leadership on HR-related issues, legal risks, and employment trends. Make recommendations for organizational changes to improve the workforce.
  • HR operations: Lead all HR operations. Unite teams around company values and management decisions. Assess and improve team composition and roles, engage with strategic partners, and manage the HR budget. Manage HR plans and procedures – implementing a US approach to policy. Prepare and maintain employee handbook.
  • HR administration: Work with senior leadership and legal counsel to ensure policies, procedures, practices and reporting comply with federal and state law. Identify legal requirements and government reporting regulations affecting HR functions. Oversee all comp and benefit programs (payroll, PTO, insurance, workers comp).
  • Talent acquisition: Implement HR strategies for talent acquisition. Oversee the employment life cycle including staffing, onboarding, immigration, new hire processing, records management, training and development, succession planning, employee retention, and termination.
  • Employee and team development: Motivate and inspire outstanding individual and team. Participate in coaching and development of staff. Lead management training in interviewing, hiring, promotions, performance reviews, termination, safety, and sexual harassment.
  • Performance management: Partner with current leaders to develop the leaders of the future. Play a key role in succession planning. Oversee the performance appraisal process and utilize it to help each employee achieve his or her career and ministry goals. Recognize outstanding performance on a shoestring budget.
  • Process improvement: Streamline HR processes for maximum efficiency and optimal quality. Provide better and better HR service to employees. Enhance efficiency and effectiveness of HR programs to enable company to attract more qualified applicants.

Requirements

  • Education: Bachelor’s degree in HR, business, or related field.
  • Experience: Five years’ experience in HR management, especially in HR generalist roles.
  • Certification: SHRM-CP, PHR or SPHR certification a plus.
  • Skills: Outstanding leadership, collaboration, conflict resolution, problem solving, and strategic planning skills.
  • Technology: Proficient with Microsoft Office, ADP and other HR software, and ERP systems.
  • Travel: Minimal, but may require a trip to company HQ in Europe.

Reply / EEO

  • Send résumé and compensation requirements to: reply.
  • Must be free and clear to work in the USA for an indefinite period.
  • Equal opportunity / affirmative action employer.

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    SVP / CFO — Christian Nonprofit

    Senior Vice President / Chief Financial Officer

    Are you ready to move from success to significance?

    Operation Mobilization USA, a metro Atlanta-based (Tyrone) nonprofit, seeks a proactive and insightful SVP / CFO. He or she will lead a team of three directors who oversee all finance, accounting, and project management operations. OM has over 6800 missionaries in 118 countries, including 600 from OM USA. Position reports to the CEO.

    Successful candidate must be a mature follower of Christ, in fellowship in a local church, and in agreement with OM’s statement of faith. He or she will be full of vital energy and recognized as an agent for positive change.

    Responsibilities

    • Strategic planning: Lead the strategic planning process, in collaboration with the CEO and Leadership Team, to double the number of missionaries deployed around the globe. Advise leadership on financial issues and legal risks. Liaise with the OM international finance organization in matters of global finance and best practices.
    • Financial planning and business development. Oversee financial planning and business development activities to drive financial results. Manage entrepreneurial activities already underway. Identify broad opportunities for alternative revenue sources. Provide council for other entrepreneurial activities of OM USA as needed.
    • Forecasting and budgeting: Provide strong financial stewardship. Lead development of the operating budget. Oversee the budget plan, and monitor expenditures against plan. Contribute to the development of capital improvement budgets with cost justifications. Prioritize capacity-building investments.
    • General ledger, reporting and treasury: Build scalable, efficient, and well-controlled financial reporting practices. Oversee the GL and treasury functions. Produce required internal and external reporting. Provide analyses, trend reports, and other forms of support. Research and interpret data to answer inquiries from leadership.
    • Compliance and controls: Ensure financial operations and policies are in compliance with Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA), GAAP, federal, and state regulations based on guidelines provided by the CFO and Board of Directors. Manage relationship with external auditors and with the ECFA.
    • Risk management: Assess business and financial risks, recommend policies and procedures to mitigate risks, and manage relationships with insurers to ensure appropriate risk coverage for property, liability, and D&O. Optimize investment returns while ensuring compliance with board-authorized investment policies.
    • Project management: Oversee the Project Management Office (PMO). Play a key role in the ERP implementation. Assess projects for ROI. Recommend and implement solutions to that improve departmental and organizational efficiency, effectiveness, and quality – to drive improved decision-making by OM USA leadership.

    Requirements

    • Heart: Passion for global missions – to reach the unreached and forgotten in the name of Christ.
    • Education: Bachelor’s degree in finance or accounting. MBA, CPA or CMA strongly preferred.
    • Experience: Five years’ experience in a related executive role, especially more strategic roles in nonprofits.
    • Skills: Outstanding leadership, collaboration, strategic planning, decision-making, and problem solving skills.
    • Technology: Proficiency with Microsoft Office (Excel power user) and ERP systems.

    Reply

    Send résumé and cover letter: reply.

    Your cover letter should address the following questions:

    • How do you meet the specific requirements of the position?
    • How have you integrated your faith into everyday contexts?

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      Corporate Recruiter

      Corporate Recruiter – South Metro Atlanta

      Growing employer in south metro Atlanta seeks innovative recruiter to serve as a trusted business partner. He or she will develop talent acquisition strategies to achieve short-term talent needs and long-term business growth. Must be a flexible self-starter who can function within policy guidelines with minimum direction and can successfully balance the interests of management, employees, and candidates.

      Successful candidate will recruit office staff, engineers, managers, and directors. He or she will implement and manage strategic recruitment and employment programs, ensure staffing processes align with current (and future) workforce needs, and implement best-in-class recruiting innovations. Position reports to the VP of HR.

      Responsibilities

      • Design, develop, and maintain the recruitment process in the organization including job descriptions, recruiting measurements (KPI), management reporting, and strategies for improvement.
      • Develop the selection matrix for choosing the optimum recruitment channel and recruitment source. Explore best practices in recruitment and staffing – and then implement appropriate best practices.
      • Build quality relationships with internal customers, along with external recruiting agencies. Work closely and develop the operations recruiting team to fill positions in a widely dispersed workforce.
      • Manage vendor relations related to talent acquisition.
      • Optimize the organization’s applicant tracking system (ATS). Monitor and constantly improve the efficiency and reduce the costs of the recruitment process.
      • Design recruitment training for recruiters and managers. Counsel hiring leaders on innovative recruiting practices and effective talent planning decisions as their day-to-day talent acquisition subject matter expert.
      • Monitor employment law and implement changes to keep the process compliant.

      Requirements

      • Bachelor’s degree. Five years’ experience in full lifecycle recruiting. SHRM-CP, PHR or SPHR certification a plus.
      • Outstanding knowledge of all recruiting strategies – especially through social media.
      • Strong understanding of employment law. Ability to read, analyze, and interpret legal documents.
      • Proficiency in Microsoft Office. Experience with working with iCims and UltiPro HRIS systems preferred.
      • Excellent analytical, interpersonal, interviewing, decision-making, and negotiating skills required.

      Reply / EEOC

      • Send résumé, cover letter, and compensation requirements: reply.
      • Must be free and clear to work in the USA for an indefinite period.
      • Equal opportunity / affirmative action employer.

      Thank you.

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        Procurement Specialist

        Procurement Specialist » Technical Products » South Atlanta

        We are recruiting Procurement Specialists for a client that provides technical products and services. The ideal candidate would have a bachelor’s degree and only 3-5 years of experience in purchasing. He or she must have a sound knowledge of logistics, supply chain management, ERP and MRP systems, and inventory management processes. A high school diploma or GED is required, along with proficiency in MS Word and Excel.

        The successful candidate will serve as the primary point of contact between the company and its customers. He or she will read and interpret engineering orders and service bulletins for part numbers, descriptions and applications. He or she will collaborate with other departments regarding procurement of parts, expedites, shipment status, quality, escalations, and other issues.

        Reply / EEO

        • Send résumé and compensation requirements to: Email.
        • Must be free and clear to work in the USA for an indefinite period without sponsorship.
        • Equal opportunity / affirmative action employer.

        Thank you.

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          Manager of FP&A

          fda-approved-logo_blue11Manager of FP&A – Manufacturing Industry

          Our client, an FDA-approved global manufacturing company along the I-85 south Atlanta corridor, is seeking an FP&A Manager to join their team. Successful candidate will be a key member of the Americas financial team. Responsible for planning and analysis of monthly, quarterly, and annual financial results including, but not limited to: revenue, costs, and SG&A expense. Reports to the Corporate Controller.

          Responsibilities

          • Planning and forecasting: Includes strategic planning, tactical execution, budgeting, etc. Develop financial forecasts and financial models for strategic initiatives. Lead annual budgeting and planning process. Communicate financial information to non-financial managers. Support budget management within departments.
          • Analysis and reporting: Includes internal management reporting and required reporting. Provide analyses, trend reports, and other forms of support for new projects or procedures. Perform research and market analyses as necessary to support sustainable business model.
          • Coordinate financial reporting activities across all business functions to provide valid representation of results.
          • Manage ad-hoc and urgent financial analysis requests.
          • Coordinate with plant Business Analysts on production reporting to ensure reasonable, accurate and timely representation of results.
          • Coordinate the development of cost budgets, product cost and income projections to support planning activities to develop inventory standards and income forecasts.
          • Provide financial analysis to facilitate decision making in the areas of cost and income improvement.

          Requirements

          • BS or BA in accounting or finance.
          • Minimum 7-10 years of progressive financial experience.
          • Manufacturing financial and cost accounting experience preferred.
          • Analytical and problem solving capability. Power user of Excel.
          • Presentation, interpersonal, and planning skills.
          • Team player. Performance orientation. Influencing capability.
          • Proactive. Works independently.

          Reply / EEO

          • Send résumé and compensation requirements to: Apply.
          • Must be free and clear to work in the USA for an indefinite period without sponsorship.
          • Equal opportunity / affirmative action employer.

          Thank you.

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            Accounting Manager

            engineering-icon-2Accounting Manager – Manufacturing Industry

            Our client, a global manufacturing company in south metro Atlanta, is seeking an Accounting Manager to join their team. Successful candidate will be responsible for all areas relating to financial reporting. The AM will supervise a small staff in the local office as well as staff in our client’s global offices. Team will be in charge of monthly, quarterly, and annual financial reporting. Reports to the Corporate Controller.

            Responsibilities

            • Ensure an accurate and timely monthly, quarterly, and year-end close – as well as timely reporting of all monthly financial information.
            • Monitor and analyze department work to develop more efficient procedures and use of resources while maintaining a high level of accuracy.
            • Assist in development and implementation of new procedures to enhance the workflow of the department.
            • Advise staff regarding the handling of non-routine financial reporting transactions.
            • Provide training to new and current staff as needed. Work with each direct report to establish goals and objectives for each year, and monitor and advise on progress and development of staff.
            • Work closely with external auditors for interim and year-end audits. Ensure proper reporting and documentation as requested by auditors.
            • Work with confidential information and required to maintain that confidentiality.
            • Support Controller and CFO with special projects and any workflow process improvements.
            • Manage ad-hoc and urgent financial reporting requests.

            Requirements

            • Must have a BA/BS in Business with an emphasis in Accounting.
            • Five to 10 years of experience in the financial reporting / general ledger area. Experience working in a manufacturing (cost accounting) is strongly preferred.
            • Three to seven years of prior management experience.
            • Thorough knowledge of GAAP including financial reporting, auditing, and budgeting experience.
            • Must be PC-proficient and have strong experience working with Microsoft Excel (including large data sets to organize / analyze using Pivot tables, V-Lookups, etc.). Experience with Microsoft Dynamics Navision is a plus.
            • Experience with a report writer / SQL writer programs, FAS, or other fixed asset systems.
            • Strong verbal, written, and organizational skills.

            Reply / EEO

            • Send résumé and cover letter with salary history and compensation requirements to: Apply.
            • Must be free and clear to work in the USA for an indefinite period without sponsorship.
            • Equal opportunity / affirmative action employer.

            Thank you.

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