People Partner, JuMP (Juno Manufacturing Plant)

Posted Under: Seattle, Washington jobs in Professions; Professions jobs in zipcode 98101
Posted On: 2017-08-11 16:00:00

Job Summary:

The People Partner role is both a strategic and hands-on role that provides full cycle human resources support to Juno---s Manufacturing Site in Bothell, WA. We are looking for a true thought leader and expert employee relations professional to partner with the Manufacturing, Quality, and People teams to support the company---s growth. The successful candidate will executeour stated people initiatives, provide great internal customer support, and drive important site process improvements. Most importantly, s/he will be able to align the organizational needs with the site---s goals, anticipate future organizational needs and implement plans to deliver results in support of the company---s mission to ---find cures that transform lives and change the practice of medicine.---

The successful candidate will:

  • Partner with the site leadership to ensure we maintain an environment of positive employee relations and Juno cultural values.
  • Provide first-level coaching to employees and managers regarding employment guidelines, processes and practices.
  • Drive Juno---s talent management processes which includes implementation of employee development programs; talent assessment and feedback; leadership development; and compensation planning.
  • Develop programs to foster a culture of engagement, innovation and flexibility to meet business objectives. This will occur through a variety of methods including benchmarking best practices, proactive employee relations, and effective communication and measurement techniques.
  • Facilitate or engage in developing and implementing training programs for managers and employees.
  • Partner with the leadership team to ensure an effective onboarding process is in place, enabling employees to hit the ground running quickly.
  • Assist in the development or modification of policies, supporting the current and future needs of the organization.
  • Partner with the Process and Analytical Development teams, Technology R&D to implement training programs and other initiatives to share scientific knowledge in order for manufacturing and quality employees to better understand the context of their work to the overall process.
  • Partner with leadership and the recruiting team to attract top external talent.
  • Assist with shift scheduling and administration. (Shift flexibility is critical in our environment; shifts can change as business dictates).

    Qualifications and Education Requirements:

    • 7+ years--- experience in HR generalist roles at high growth manufacturing environment at life sciences companies with unreasonably high standards.
    • GMP experience required.
    • Bachelor---s degree required; MBA or advanced degree preferred.

      Preferred Skills:

      • Proven ability to build strong, trustworthy, productive relationships across the business.
      • Proven ability to partner with others to resolve highly complex issues.
      • Proven ability to influence cross functional teams to ensure alignment of site and company goals.
      • Strong sense of urgency in addition to the ability to prioritize and complete projects in a timely manner.
      • Excellent problem solving skills.
      • Keen talent assessment skills and high judgment.
      • Strong analytical skills and ability to provide data based insights and observations.
      • Proven ability to challenge the status-quo, develop coworkers, and maximize individual and team performance while maintaining a fun working environment.
      • Detail oriented with excellent verbal and written communication skills.