At Nouryon, we are committed to developing essential solutions for a sustainable future, and to our talented team who makes it all possible. We are actively seeking a dynamic, human resources professional to join our team in Texas as a Human Resources Business Partner (HRBP). In this role, you will provide HR expertise to multiple sites on organizational capability and design to deliver business strategy and lead pro-active HR support to the business to realize future strategies and plans. In addition, you will partner with the regional organization, centers of expertise and service providers to ensure effective and efficient delivery of HR services to the sites.
If you are seeking an opportunity to join a dynamic, growing organization as a key member of our team committed to providing the best experiences for our associates, we urge you to read below to learn how you can make an immediate impact with Nouryon!
Note: the position may be located at any of the sites listed below.
What you’ll do:
Act as strategic HR Business Partner to the following locations
LaPorte, TX (125+ FTE)
Pasadena, TX (85 FTE)
Almeda Road (100+ FTE), Houston area
Fort Worth, TX (50 FTE)
Nouryon Corporate Office (approx. 100 FTE), Houston area- Energy Corridor
Coach and collaborate with leadership to resolve business challenges
Advise managers regarding compliance with federal, state, and local labor and employment laws
Coach and partner with employees, leadership, and management teams on a day-to-day basis to embed a high-performance culture, focusing on leadership and driving accountability
Handle activities in areas of responsibility including performance and talent management, succession planning, staffing including hiring, on-boarding, and terminations
Provide guidance and/or develop input on operational workforce planning and organization capability
Deliver HR policies, processes and practices focusing on continuous improvement and improved execution
Drive code of conduct compliance and facilitate relevant employee relations trainings
Lead and manage defined projects focused on:
Implementing cultural and organizational change
Specialty chemicals values and behaviors
Talent management processes
Education & experience:
Bachelor’s degree or eight (8) years of relevant experience
5+ years generalist experience
Chemical plant/hazardous site experience preferred.
Knowledge, skills & abilities:
Demonstrated interpersonal, communication, presentation, analytical skills, and project management.
Ability to work in a matrix environment, building effective relationships with management and functions in a multi-cultural environment
Knowledge of SuccessFactors HRIS and ADP payroll preferred
Knowledge of multiple human resources disciplines including engagement, employee relations, labor relations, compensation, organizational design, workforce planning, career development and training, performance management and employee engagement.