The LOGCAP HR Director oversees the overall strategic direction, planning, coordination, administration and evaluation of the human resources function and services within the RS&S LOGCAP Program. The LOGCAP program has 2000 team members, in 12 countries, supported by 20 HR/People professionals. The HR/People Director is responsible for developing and ensuring effective implementation of plans, systems, policies and processes for workforce planning, talent acquisition, talent management and development, employee engagement, legal compliance and recordkeeping and employee relations. This position requires a true strategic business partner who is collaborative and capable of building consensus and commitment toward shared outcomes. The position has a matrix reporting relationship to the Sr. HR/People Director and Business Partner VP, LOGCAP Operations.
Leads HR staff, in multiple locations, during the planning and administering of all HR activities
Partners with the leadership team to formulate, develop, implement and evaluate a HR and Talent Management Strategy to achieve the organization's vision, mission and goals within the EUCOM AOR. Serves as management representative when called upon.
Provide timely details and communication to Senior Leadership on routine and critical operations.
Serve as advisor to senior leadership regarding the LOGCAP people strategy.
Recommends and administers HR policies and programs within LOGCAP that align with and support overall RS&S mission
Partner with IHR/Legal support to identify and documents the visa process requirements for countries within the LOGCAP AOR.
Mitigate legal risk to the organization through proactive training and education, clear systems and processes for managing conflicts with and between employees, handling and investigating complaints of harassment/discrimination and other unjust practice allegations.
Demonstrated ability to develop and deliver employee and leadership training
Represent LOGCAP at RSS Senior Leadership
Prepares recommendations to LOGCAP senior management concerning human resources issues and concerns including administrative corrective actions
Ensures assigned group programs, practices and policies comply with applicable laws, regulations and KBR company policies.
Provides oversight of the LOGCAP employee life cycle processes.
Oversees the analysis, maintenance, and communication of records required by law or local government bodies, or other departments in the organization.
Investigates matters of employee relations issues to include COBC and "Hotline" issues.
Maintain current knowledge and application of all relevant laws and regulations at the local, state and national level relating to employment and ensure organizational compliance. This includes educating and advising managers and senior leaders on HR-related legal and regulatory matters and ensuring HR programs, practices and policies are aligned. Ensure that employee files and records are properly and securely maintained.
Manages daily activities and support services of assigned staff to ensure compliance with the company's policies and procedures.
Manage, lead and develop assigned staff for efficient utilization of human resources assignment, performance, morale and overall welfare.
Knowledge of the military's SHARP program and ability to obtain SHARP certification
Performs other duties as assigned.
Knowledge, Skills, Experience & Education
Minimum ten (10) years senior level experience in human resources management.
HRCI and/or SHRM Certification preferred
Bachelor's degree in an associated discipline or equivalent experience.
In depth knowledge of US Employment Laws and their application
Experience leading HR functions/teams across geographical location
Knowledge of visa and immigrations processes for European countries
Prior overseas project experience with diverse workforce and military operations preferred
Knowledge of HR strategy development and implementation
Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite and HRIS systems applications, Workday HRMS modules preferred
Excellent written and verbal communications skills including proficiency in developing and delivering presentation
Strong business acumen and leadership ability
Experience in analysis, critical decision making, project management, and process improvement
Strong interpersonal, including ability to partner with and influence senior leadership
Extensive CONUS and OCONUS travel required
Union knowledge a plus
Must have a valid driver's license
Must hold or be able to secure a security clearance