Do you want to be part of an amazing, fast moving, bleeding edge group of people driven by the challenges of leading EMEA HR through an exciting transition in one of the world’s leading companies?
Then have we got a role for you. The Director Human Resources, EMEA provides strategy to align business goals with Rockwell Automation polices, process and programs by driving organizational effectiveness, leading change management and organization development, and delivering talent effectiveness programs.
You will be seen as coach and trusted advisor to the business leaders, while supporting the leaders to create and maintain a positive work environment.
Besides this business support, the regional leader helps tie the HR cross functional team together in EMEA and drive problem solving and collaboration, working with the HR executive council.
Responsibilities include :
Partnering with Global Sales & Marketing (GSM) EMEA Regional President and her direct reports to define short-term and long-term organization development requirements (workforce planning, development, culture, etc.).
Driving successful execution of new initiatives, including the rollout of business initiatives and programs focused on organizational and cultural change.
Reap results from EMEA Commercial Excellence.
Partnering with global HR colleagues, COEs, HR Services, and business leaders to create focus on business goals, including delivery of organizational effectiveness and workforce planning.
Leveraging business acumen to partner with business leaders effectively.
Providing effective project management within organizational effectiveness and workforce planning.
Ensuring strong leadership capability for the business and the development of leadership competency within the business.
Facilitates the semi-annual Talent Review, including succession planning and identification of high potential employees.
Leverages insights from discussions with leaders to address leadership gaps and opportunities and ensure the creation of development plans to bridge the gaps.
Responsible for the development and leadership of human resources professionals.
Working in collaboration with EMEA legal counsel, manage work council relationships, strategy, and negotiations.
You will be responsible for ensuring alignment between regional business requirements and Rockwell Automation’s HR policies, processes, and programs.
In addition, has responsibility for identifying, leading and supporting HR strategies and initiatives within these business / functions.
Advising and assisting VP / Directors, and other appropriate business leaders regarding employee performance issues and actions required for improvement.
Providing counsel to business leaders to encourage trust building, information sharing, effective communication, respect, and inclusion resulting in greater personal and organizational effectiveness.
Coaching leaders to build organizational capabilities, reduces complexity and partners with business leaders to maximize individual leadership skills and team performance.
You will possess strategic thinking capability with the ability to develop a 2 - 3 year plan for long term growth with your business or function while applying long term thinking to business issues and opportunities that have impacts over the short and longer term time frames, including employee engagement, leadership and management development, culture and inclusion, workforce planning.
You will have control of planning, staffing, budgeting, managing expense priorities, and recommending and implementing changes to methods.
Develops and implements processes across teams to achieve assigned goals.
Partners with business leaders across the business and geographic boundaries to support and manage change, while balancing local and global perspectives in reaching decisions.
Minimum of 12 human resources experience required and 3+ years’ working with senior leaders at the vice president and above level is preferred.
Strategic mindset, strong business acumen, executive presence, strong communications skills, and influencing capabilities.
In depth knowledge of HR functional programs including Talent Development, Compensation and Benefits, Succession Planning, Leadership Review, Organizational Development, Diversity and Inclusion, Change Management as well as Workforce Planning to people plans specific to business needs.
Ability to work effectively across functional lines in a global, matrixed environment.
Experience managing employees in multiple locations as well as managing work council relationships collaborating with extended HR teams required.
Lead and develops teams, locally and remote, across multiple time zones.
Collaborates and partners with extended HR teams who have either a dotted line reporting relationship or none formally.
Contributes to the broader HR organization via participation in programs and initiatives outside of direct team members e.
g. HR extended leadership team, Peer Learning Groups, etc.
Values working in a team-oriented culture and building consensus with stakeholders before making key decisions.
professional areas. Actively participates in the development of team members.
Ability to influence and obtain results through others within Rockwell in a respectful way.
Foster the environment of One cross-functional HR Team
Degree holder in Business, HR Management, Engineering, or equivalent degree. MBA preferred
Must be legally eligible to work in EMEA