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Director of Human Resources

Calling all Human Resource experts living in Latin America: If you have a knack for organizing and inspiring teams, and you're looking to globally develop your career, WebCreek is the opportunity you've awaited.

Location:
Mexico City
Company:
WebCreek
Details:

The Director of Human Resources is responsible for leading a highly engaged people centric culture in an environment of collaboration and involvement. This position plays a vital role in achieving our business strategy by continuously assessing employee engagement and morale ensuring alignment to Webcreek's culture, principals and beliefs. The Human Resources Director actively supports and promotes the "Open Door Policy" ensuring an avenue for all voices to be heard. Operational focus will include working with all team members in order to be the difference to each other.

Qualifications:

What we expect from you:

Bachelor's Degree and at least 10 years progressive HR experience

Experience in Software corporate organization is a plus.

Excellent verbal and written communication skills required.

Experience managing LATAM and US HR department preferred.

Proven supervision of staff, benefits programs and project management required.

Carry out the policies and procedures of the company ( USA and LATAM) guidelines or laws while maintaining the highest degree of professionalism.

Fluent English and Spanish

Responsibilities:

Create an atmosphere of open communication, teamwork and the utmost confidentiality must be visibly demonstrated.

Enforce, develop and revise policies as it relates to employees.

Develops and maintains reasonable budgetary goals and supervises department payroll and expenses with Accounting team.

Verify with the Director of Talent Acquisition the interviewing and selection process is conducted within guidelines set by country.

Coordinate all employment activities.

Support and encourage internship and apprenticeship programs.

Coordinate and ensures accurate administration of employee benefit programs.

Ensure training compliance and program participation in Safety Committee initiatives are at adequate levels.

Conduct annual wage and benefit survey of local competition to ensure our pay and benefits are equal to or better than the competition.

Ensures appropriate personnel are notified of upcoming performance evaluations and ensures non-discriminatory evaluations are conducted.

Supervise employee communication programs including publication of quarterly employee newsletter, employee bulletin boards, suggestion box, quarterly team meetings and news center postings.

Supervises recognition programs to include: employee of the month/year, supervisor of the month/year, summer outing, employee appreciation program, etc.

Ensures all new hires are provided with all the on boarding info, training manual, employee manual, benefit information, etc.

Directs performance counseling and disciplinary actions throughout entire property to ensure all meetings with employees are conducted with respect and within the guidelines set forth by Webcreek.

Act as a liaison to involve corporate Human Resources regarding potential legal and/or policy issues and questions.

Directs involuntary separation of employees at all times through the use of guidelines, of each country

Complete and accurate employee personnel files and medical/miscellaneous files.

Applicant flow, termination, reference and transfer/promotion logs.

Maintain a favorable working relationship with all employees to foster and promote a cooperative and harmonious working climate.

At all times projects a positive, professional image to the employee population and the public as an agent of Webcreek.

Language(s) Required:
English Spanish
Full/Part Time:
Full Time
Salary:
Contact Name:
Vera Spychka
Address:
Mexico City Mexico
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