Partners and guides the local management team, which includes Plant Manager and Supervisors, in the management of all phases of Human Resources activity that is legally sound and consistent with company’s ACES values. Primary focus is on the operational level with a majority of the HR duties and responsibilities being directed toward the local organization. Recognized as a member of the local management team and takes responsibility for influencing local business decisions by offering options and information. Interfaces with corporate level management by providing information and participation in decision-making as requested.
The Director of Human Resources is directly responsible for the overall administration, coordination and evaluation of the Human Resources department, including setting the strategic direction of the HR function and ensuring its alignment with company goals as outlined in the Festival’s long-range plan; helping to provide leadership to OSF’s Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (ED&I) efforts; and developing and managing a range of activities related to employee and labor relations.
Plan, facilitate and design training as well as improve training related issues related to the Company 135 Operation. Responsibilities includes performs, participates in or manages all duties related to maintenance training. Supports operations training needs as required. Determines training objectives. Prepares annual training budget in consultation with the DOM and Fleet Managers. Develops maintenance related curriculums to include all supporting training documents and aids. Determines requirements for manufacture maintenance training needs based on operational and regulatory requirements.
Erickson Inc. - Medford, OR
The Director of Aviation Safety works in close cooperation with all levels of management and administration to minimize loss and maximize productivity through the continuing development and improvement of applicable Aviation Safety and OSHE (Occupational, Health, Safety, and Environmental) Programs. They are the primary point of contact for all Aviation Safety and Occupational, Health, Safety, and Environmental related safety issues across the entire enterprise. This person is also responsible for interfacing with all federal, state, local, and international safety investigative agencies.
Campus Public Safety serves Southern Oregon University in providing a safe and secure campus environment for University staff, faculty, students, residents, and visitors, as well as protecting campus property. The department achieves this mission by recommending, and enforcing related campus policies and procedures while providing appropriate training for University personnel and students. The Department patrols, investigates criminal activities and takes enforcement action for violations of local and state law while working in concert with outside law enforcement agencies.
Support companywide HR functions by performing a wide variety of tasks relating to the recruitment, employment and onboarding processes; maintenance of employment records; promotion of safety; compliance with employment regulations, policies, and procedures; development and implementation of training programs; and analysis, reporting, and tracking of HR-related processes and tasks in alignment with the departmental and organizational strategies.
An employee in this classification performs human resources and risk management related duties of a detailed and complex nature. Provides assistance to departments and employees to comply with and support the County's Human Resources program. Work is performed under the supervision of the Human Resources Director who reviews work primarily on the basis of accuracy, thoroughness, results attained, and compliance with County policies, collective bargaining agreements, personnel rules, and State and Federal laws
Leading manufacturer is looking to hire a 3rd Shift Production Supervisor. This position will be located in the Medford, Oregon area. The ideal candidate must possess at least 3 years of production supervisory experience in a non-union manufacturing environment. Experience with Lean Manufacturing or Continuous Improvement along with with clear communication skills and excellent decision making skills and an excellent safety track record is required, This role comes with an excellent compensation plan commensurate with experience ranging from a base salary of $60-$65k plus a 5% shift premium and an opportunity to earn quarterly production bonuses. Excellent relocation package for this willing to relocate to the Medford, Oregon area. All candidates must be legally authorized to work in the US.
At Asante, the Patient Safety Coordinator contributes to the achievement of the system's mission through the coordination and oversight of patient safety and process improvement initiatives at Asante. This position is responsible for assisting staff with compliance, regulations and accreditation standards related to the overall culture of safety at Asante. This position is essential to the establishment of a strong culture of safety, working in collaboration with Patient Care Services, ancillary departments, and other departments.
In this role you will take responsibility for system-wide risk assessment, development, coordination, implementation, evaluation and maintenance of an employee safety program for Asante. Collaborates with leadership, managers, and staff to meet goals of employee safety program, working closely with Workers Compensation and Employee Health. Ensures compliance with government regulations (OSHA, etc.). Reports to Chief Quality Officer.
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