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The Company

This global company is a very successful private equity owned organization that has seen significant growth in recent years. Supporting the Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences industry, the business provides highly specialized services to their global clients located across four continents. With drive and commitment to lift the level of HR across the company, this role will support the facilities located across the US to provide the next level of HR partnership.

The Role

This role will be based at the US HQ located in Chicago. The role will report into the SVP HR also located in Chicago, and work in partnership with the facilities general managers, their direct reports and the VP of Operations. The employee population across these sites is 800 and shared with another US Human Resources Lead. As a trusted advisor to the general managers, your focus will be to provide full HR generalist support, including employee relations, talent development, succession planning, change management and executive coaching.  

The Individual

This role requires someone with strong hands-on operational Business Partnering skills and previous exposure to talent development, succession planning and change management. Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences industry experience is preferred, plus time spent working within a heavily regulated warehouse environment. Previous experience partnering closely with multiple general/site managers will be essential, together with a confident and relationship driven approach.

Unless the advertisement specifies otherwise, only HR Professionals who are legally able to work in this country can be considered.

Posted on 25 Aug 2017

ChapmanCG Pte Ltd

EA Licence No. 08S3543

At a glance

Job ref
AVMK-718554/CH
Job function
Generalist HR
Industry
Pharmaceutical & Healthcare
International Coverage
Domestic
Global HQ
North America
Global revenue
US$1-10 Billion
Solid report to
SVP HR
Potential upsides
A company that values career development, this role is replacing someone that was promoted. The company is also heavily invested in HR.
Potential downsides
HR is still developing and will require close partnership and coaching to the general managers to provide the level of support needed.