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HR Generalist


We are the world leader in high temperature coatings with the broadest technology and a global geographical base. We maintain a world-class reputation in our industry through quality, customer service, and innovative products while setting an outstanding example of environmental stewardship through our business and manufacturing processes. 




Provides leadership and support in the core functional areas of talent acquisition, employee relations, compensation and benefits, employee and organizational development, community relations, and regulatory compliance. Responsible for the communication of the people operations programs, policies, procedures, and systems. 


  • Coordinates and executes the day-to-day activities of the People Operations Department, including talent  acquisition, employee relations, compensation and benefits, employee and organizational development, community relations, and regulatory compliance.
  • Partners with managers to recruit, select, and retain employees. Implements and conducts new hire orientation, onboarding activities, and new hire development planning.
  • Conducts and/or participates in the wage and compensation surveys. Recommends changes to ensure a competitive position in the marketplace based on the organization’s base pay structure.
  • Manages the benefits program, including, annual enrollment, employee education, system management, and wellness. Identifies and recommends strategic enhancements to the benefit program.
  • Recommends and implements programs that promote and support employee development that are aligned with company strategic initiatives.
  • Performs all payroll functions, including, bi-weekly payroll processing, 401(k) contributions, and GL reporting.
  • Develops, implements, and communicates the People Operations Department’s programs, policies and procedures, and systems.
  • Develops and implements action plans to ensure the People Operations systems and practices emphasize open and honest communication that fosters a culture characterized by respect, fairness, and integrity.
  • All other duties as assigned.



Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Human Resources or other related field with a minimum of four (4) years’ experience in an HR Generalist or equivalent role. Prior experience in a manufacturing or industrial environment a plus. Past roles must show a progression of increasing responsibility and depth of HR knowledge. PHR or SHRM-CP certification preferred. Must be a strong company advocate and possess the ability to influence, motivate and coach all levels within the organization. Ability to consistently exercise judgement within broadly defined policies and practices required. Attention to detail and capable of picking up new HR technologies rapidly a must.


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