04 Aug 2022
ChapmanCG is partnering with a key multinational organization operating in the industrial manufacturing space. This 5,000+ employee company has enjoyed significant growth over the past few years and boasts a global revenue of greater than $2B. Our clients’ operations in Mexico include more than 750 employees geographically dispersed across multiple locations. The workforce consists of both union and non-union populations engaged in various stages of the labor process. The company is currently involved in an ongoing business and cultural transformation that includes global, regional and country level HR leaders resetting strategy and supporting business expansion.
The Head of HR, Mexico will elevate the country level human resources function by increasing the capacity of their team members to serve their clients while also expanding the understanding of local market challenges to global corporate leadership. This leader will provide a steady hand in fluid situations and a safe middle ground for all parties in transformational periods. They will report to the VP of HR and will serve as the lead business partner for Mexican operational leaders. The Head of HR, Mexico will lead change management and communication for on-going initiatives in the country and as such must possess an executive presence and communication style. Given the ever-changing labor market in Mexico, this leadership role will also require relationship building at all levels of labor and serve as the global representative for those negotiations.
This HR leader will be an individual who clearly understands the unique dynamics of the local market and how to translate those nuances to a global audience. They will bring a creative mindset to the role which will allow them to find new ways to approach both programs and relationships. This individual will enjoy navigating transformational environments where they will be able to impact numerous projects simultaneously. As a people leader they will have experience elevating the members of their team to better support the growth of the business. They will approach stakeholder relationships as a business partner, adding value by linking the overall strategy of the organization, and HR in Mexico, into a single entity.