Field HR Business Partner A
Posted on: February 25, 2021
The Field HR Business Partner A (HRBP) is the senior-most HR
position responsible for a branch or multiple branches within a
Region that is collectively managed by a Senior Director of
Operations A. The HRBP collaborates with the Sr. Director of
Operations on HR matters by providing both strategic and technical
expertise and advice. Along with managing the overall
branch/cluster HR function, the HRBP works closely with the
Regional HR Director (HRD) to communicate trends, strengths,
weaknesses, opportunities and threats. The HRBP is a visible and
engaged partner with Operations and has regular and direct contact,
both personally and through their assigned HR staff, with
operations management and staff. The HRBP is accountable for
executing policies, procedures, and strategies as directed by the
HRD, and to develop and administer local HR policies and programs
unique to the location. This is an exempt position and reports to
Regional HR Director with a dotted line to the Senior Director of
---Develops and maintains a position of trusted advisor to the Sr.
Director of Operations.
---Advises the Sr. Director of Operations and operations managers
on engagement, retention, training and discipline issues as they
arise, and identifies trends and opportunities for improvement.
---Establishes and nurtures a visible and positive HR presence
within the branches and among associates at all levels.
---Directs the activities of assigned HR staff to ensure Associate
Relations issues and problems are addressed before their magnitude
---Establishes and maintains positive Labor relations. Participates
in arbitration's, grievances, and contract negotiations, and
ensures operations managers understand their CBA.
---Partners with Loss Prevention, Accounting, Supply Chain, and
other departments to support operations' objectives.
---Directs the recruiting function life-cycle at the
---Directs the delivery of on-boarding, orientation, and
---Regularly communicates with peers to collaborate on common
challenges and opportunities.
---Regularly communicates with Regional HRD about the state of HR
within assigned location(s).
---Maintains knowledge of current trends, technical, regulatory,
and statutory related to the Human Resources function to ensure
delivery of appropriate advice and counsel.
---Conducts confidential HR investigations.
---Ensures that all federal, state, local laws, collective
bargaining agreements and corporate HR-policies are proactively
---Administers individually or through the supervision of others
all company and local HR policies.
---Acts as a supervisor, mentor and primary resource to other HR
professionals on site
Requirements Minimum Qualifications, Knowledge, Skills, and Work
---Requires a Bachelor's degree or demonstrated equivalent
---Requires the ability to analyze information to recommend
resolutions to complex problems and strategic challenges
---Requires the technical HR knowledge associated with obtaining
and maintaining a HRCI SPHR certification or equivalent
---Requires 7-10 years of experience in HR with 3-5 years of HR
management experience, (including the supervision of other HR
---Requires demonstrated competency in the development of HR
strategies and associate engagement
---Requires the ability to speak, read and comprehend instructions,
correspondence and policy documents, as well as converse
comfortably with associates; excellent problem-solving and writing
---Requires ability to build collaborative partnerships and
experience working with other departments
---Requires strong working knowledge of employment-related
---Requires proficiency with HRIS and business software/systems and
have expertise in preparing documents, spreadsheets and
---Requires flexibility and adaptability to manage multiple
projects and manage remote direct reports, while maintaining focus
on critical HR processes
---Requires the ability to lead and be a member of a team; ability
to handle confidential matters with discretion
---Requires national, regional, and area travel up to 50% of the
Additional Information To learn more about HMSHost and additional
career opportunities, visit https://www.hmshost.com/.
Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE)
Drug Free Workplace (DFW)
We empower our team of diverse associates to succeed. With
locations in airports and motorways across North America, HMSHost
offers the size, resources, training, and advancement opportunities
you need to reach your most important career goals. 401(k)
retirement savings plan Paid Vacation Employee and family members
comprehensive benefits including medical, dental, vision care, long
term disability, short term disability, and life insurance Credit
Union Membership HMSHost benefits vary by location and some
associates may not be eligible for certain benefits. Associates
covered by a collective bargaining agreement may be eligible for
different benefits. HMSHost reserves the right to amend and/or
terminate a benefit plan at any time. Customer Service Hall of Fame
Customer Service Hall Of Fame HMSHost's Customer Service Hall of
Fame recognizes associates who have gone far above and beyond
delivery of our Five Star Customer Service standards, and whose
actions have significantly enhanced a traveler's experience at one
of our dining operations. Our Five Star Customer Service standards
reinforce and measures our commitment to creating the best possible
guest experience for travelers, and we set a target score each year
to track our service performance and progress. We proudly celebrate
the great stories of our associates' service efforts and recognize
them as part of our Customer Service Hall of Fame. "I have been
working with HMSHost for just a short time now and I already love
the job. The company does their best to take care of their
associates and ensure the highest quality of customer service." If
you are disabled and require a reasonable accommodation to submit
your application, contact the HR Department of the location you
wish to apply to. HMSHost is an equal opportunity employer and does
not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual
orientation, gender identity, national origin, religion, age,
physical or mental disability, veteran status or any other basis
protected by applicable federal, state or local law in the terms or
conditions of employment, programs or activities. Individuals with
questions regarding this policy are encouraged to contact Human
Resources. EOE - Minority/Female/Disabled/Veteran/Sexual
Orientation/Gender Identity - DFWP - Background checks will be
required prior to beginning employment.
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