At Owens & Minor, we are a critical part of the healthcare process. As a Fortune 500 company with 50+ facilities across the US and 18,000 teammates in over 90 countries, we provide integrated technologies, products and services across the full continuum of care. Customers—and their patients—are at the heart of what we do.
Our mission is to empower our customers to advance healthcare, and our success starts with our teammates.
Owens & Minor teammate benefits include:
Medical, dental, and vision insurance, available on first working day
401(k), eligibility after 30 days of employment
Employee stock purchase plan
Development opportunities to grow your career with a global company
The Human Resources Specialist is responsible for the day to day operations of payroll and the MAI Training Program. The HR Specialist provides administrative and analytical support for the Human Resources team. Coordinates various processes and procedures within the Human Resources organization. Conducts integrated training needs assessments, evaluating, designing, coordinating and delivering a comprehensive range of training and education programs. This role acts in the HR capacity at all times and will fill in for questions and support in the absence of the HR Leader.
Conducts integrated training needs assessments, evaluating, designing, coordinating and delivering a comprehensive range of training and education programs.
Coordinates, facilitates and provides support to the MAI Training Department (Plant Trainer, Team Auditor Leads) as needed through daily/weekly planning meetings, work directives, activity assignments, and scheduling.
Identifies training and development needs for site teammates, monitoring progress and effectiveness. Performs a gap analysis and creates training and/or development plans making adjustments as required to maximize results.
Leads weekly TRB (Training Review Board) Meeting and provides training feedback to internal customers (Department Managers) on New Hire Training Progress and Success.
Maintains training calendar, assists in planning and coordinating training events, and collaborates with learning and development to ensure training records are maintained in the learning management system.
Compiles, updates, and maintains Human Resource reports and provides information as needed to support business needs, drive continuous improvement, and teammate engagement.
Coordinates all payroll preparation efforts to assure payroll, checks and benefit payments are accurate and on time. Completes payroll administration for the region and performs regular audits to ensure compliance with Federal Labor Standards Act (FLSA).
Conducts teammate onboarding and helps organize training & development initiatives.
Conducts compliance audits of all HR programs, postings and records, prepares compliance reports, recommends corrective actions, tracks and reports progress toward compliance.
Maintains personnel files for respective areas and maintains compliance standards in accordance with all applicable laws and company policies.
Partners with HR colleagues and business leadership team in the execution of HR initiatives to meet business goals.
Refers teammates to the appropriate resources/services, where applicable. Acts as impartial advocate to ensure teammates receive fair and equitable treatment.
Acts as information link to ensure teammates are aware of and are utilizing O&M benefits and programs; identifies trends in teammates concerns or needs and provide feedback to Home Office HR to improve programs.
Supports and coordinates projects within the HR function that improve teammate experience and engagement such as performance management, succession planning, process improvement, and teammate self-service activities.
Acts as the backup to HR Leaders as required.
Manages the Training Department needs.
Associate's or Bachelor's Degree Required.
One or more years of experience in Human Resources or in a related area required.
Strong attention to detail.
Able to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing.
Ability to train, coach, and develop others.
Previous experience in teaching or training (preferably manufacturing).
Manages time and resources effectively through strong organization, multi-tasking, delegation, time management and project management skills.
If you feel this opportunity could be the next step in your career, we encourage you to apply.
Owens & Minor is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, genetic information, religion, disability, age, status as a veteran, or any other status prohibited by applicable national, federal, state or local law.