Senior Human Resources Business Partner

Human Resources
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Education: Bachelor’s degree in Business, Human Resources (or a related field) or equivalent experience with demonstrated expertise and understanding of fundamental business and human resources principles. A Master’s degree in Business or Human Resources is strongly preferred.

Experience: 5-7 years of human resources generalist and/or specialist experience, including in-depth experience in one or more core HR disciplines (Employee Relations, Talent Planning, Organization Development, Talent Acquisition, Learning and Development, etc.); experience supporting the corporate or enterprise level of an organization is strongly preferred.

1. Evidence of business acumen with proven results in influencing and advising managers and leaders at all levels and analytic capability to integrate HR and business strategies. Must understand customer's business and build trust, rapport and effective working relationships.
2. Must demonstrate an exceptional commitment to Mary Kay’s Leadership Behaviors and use of the concepts and skills taught.
3. Requires maturity and influencing/consulting skills to build key relationships, champion new thinking, challenge the status quo and facilitates buy-in in a culture that lives its values and is relationship based. 
4. Excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills and a high level of judgment and discretion required to effectively communicate with both employees and leadership (including division leaders) regarding sensitive and confidential issues. Must be skilled at building credibility and effective relationships and be a strong collaborator. 
5. Presentation skills and the ability to lead teams and/or focus groups.
6. Demonstrated organizational skills with a keen focus on delivering business results.
7. Ability to facilitate and manage change effectively to contribute to the establishment and implementation of meaningful human resources related policies and procedures.
8. Strong problem solving and negotiation skills to act as a consultant to business partners and manage employee relations, performance development and disciplinary issues. Ability to counsel and coach employees and managers while working through complex employee relations issues.
9. Exemplary program/project management, critical thinking, analytical and problem-solving skills, a passion for creating impactful and sustainable processes and tools.
10. Desire to succeed in a fast-paced, matrixed, and changing environment.
11. Ability to navigate through and deliver results with little supervision in a dynamic, complex, multi-faceted organization with multiple stakeholders.
12. Ability to uncover issues, identify root causes and create business focused solutions.
13. Understanding of change management principles and the ability to lead change management processes.
14. The ability to get things done through influencing others, without a direct reporting relationship.
15. Ability to apply and create “best practice” HR solutions.
16. Demonstrated proficiency in coaching, influencing, negotiating and managing conflict.
17. Must have a solid understanding of employment laws and regulations.
18. Ability to represent Mary Kay Inc. in the community through recruiting and at government agency hearings.
19. Ability to analyze and interpret federal and state unemployment laws, policies, and procedures.

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