Responsible for maintaining efficient Union personnel daily scheduling that meets production requirements and is in accordance with the Collective Bargaining Agreement and Company Policies. Supports the IR department in an administrative role.
Union Personnel Scheduling:
Responsible for producing the daily Union personnel schedule before the noon deadline each week day. Ensures the schedules produced are in accordance with the Collective Bargaining Agreement and Company Policies.
Ensures efficient production line start ups by monitoring call-in's for all shifts and providing proper replacement action as required.
Communicates with department managers/leaders.
Communicates with employees regarding their schedules and schedule changes.
Maintains an accurate call-in log.
Enters changes / absences into the SAP system before the shift lock-out time.
Responsible for making required pay adjustments due to re-scheduling activities.
Interfaces with the Union in prevention of grievances. Provides research for grievances as required.
Assists with development of strategy and advice for collective bargaining negotiations.
Notifies IR Supervisor / Manager of any discrepancies with the scheduling tool.
Interacts with the IT department to resolve discrepancies.
Administers Paid Vacation benefits as provided in the Collective Bargaining Agreement. Responsible for the processing of Union employee vacation forms and submitting vacations to the payroll department for timely payment.
Monitors Workers Comp leaves on a weekly basis so as to provide Workers Comp employees with vacation quota as provided in the Collective Bargaining Agreement.
Maintains employee/department files.
Monitors special plant personnel programs as appropriate.
Monitors training needs for Union employee plant staffing. Communicates training needs to the IR Supervisor / Manager. Assists with job posting, screening, and bid selections.
Prepares weekend schedules when required.
Works “on-call” weekends as required.
Enforces Company rules and regulations
Assists in handling inquiries from employees; provides information / answers to questions.
Recognizes employee matters that have potential legal, e.g. discrimination, harassment, etc., or labor relations implications, e.g. contract violations, and deflect them to the appropriate management resources within the Human Resource Department.
Assist HR Department in making new hire packets
High school diploma or GED equivalent. Preferred college coursework equivalent to two years of college.
One - two years of work within a business or HR environment. Prefer scheduling experience within a Union collective bargaining environment.
Attentive to details with the ability to prioritize and multi task in a fast-paced constantly changing environment. Ability to meet daily deadlines. Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written. Proficiently use MicroSoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Learn and apply an Automated Information System,prefer SAP skills.