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Job Summary

MycoWorks is growing our operations in Union, South Carolina, and we are seeking an innovative and motivated People Leader to lead the People team at our new manufacturing facility of 200+ employees.  The Senior People Manager will report to our VP of People and will be responsible for planning, leading, developing, coordinating and implementing policies, processes, and initiatives to support our South Carolina plant and its employees.

This individual will have 24/7 accountability for Human Resources matters at MycoWorks' new Reishi™ production facility in Union, SC.

Responsibilities:

  • Provide counsel on employee relations strategy, including investigation of issues, state and government programs and compliance with legal requirements, disciplinary actions, development and coaching support
  • Partner with the corporate functions to effectively deliver People programs and initiatives
  • Design and lead implementation of programs, processes and policies that drive cross- functional collaboration, employee engagement and satisfaction, and strong business results, including compliance oversight, benefits, recruiting, performance management, employee relations, workers' compensation and safety
  • Partner with the VP of People to manage a competitive compensation program through market analysis, design pay that integrates with performance review cycles and employee progression paths
  • Lead the management, mentoring, and development of the South Carolina People team members to a long-term, strategic business partner outlook
  • Effectively partner with operational teammates and senior leadership on key issues, regional support and business strategy
  • Work with the Chief of Culture to align our engagement programs to company values and vision, using data to support the People team in creating outstanding retention results and empowering employees in their performance and career development

Requirements:

  • Ten-plus years of experience of progressive People or HR management, with a minimum of five years managing a team
  • Strong employee relations management, analytical skills, operational partnership skills, team-building, relationship orientation and the ability to work in a collaborative environment
  • Payroll and Time and Labor Management experience in ADP 
  • Experience within a highly respected company with a track record of developing collaborative relationships with top levels of management and an understanding of what it takes to drive a truly innovative culture
  • Ability to communicate and act with a high level of passion and enthusiasm and be energized by the opportunity to drive People programs with a creative and fun approach consistent with core values
  • Relevant expertise in succession planning and talent management across all levels of the organization
  • Previous experience managing change and uncertainty with an organization experiencing explosive growth while showing the ability to anticipate and respond to future changes and opportunities
  • Previous experience in Manufacturing is a plus

Physical Demand

Frequency

Stand or Sit (stationary position)

Frequently to Constantly

Walk (move/traverse)

Occasionally to Frequently

Dexterity (use hands/fingers to handle/feel)

Frequently to Constantly

Climb (stairs/ladders) or Balance

Seldom to Occasionally

Stoop, Kneel, Crouch, Crawl

Seldom to Occasionally

Talk/Hear (communicate/convey/discern)

Frequently to Constantly

See (observe/identify/inspect/perceive/assess)

Frequently to Constantly

Lift, Carry, Push, Pull (move/transport/install/remove)

Up to 25 lbs- Occasionally to Frequently, Up to 50 lbs- Seldom to Occasionally

Exposure to Work Environments

Loud noises when in manufacturing plant- Seldom to Occasionally 

MycoWorks offers world class benefits and compensation programs to support the health, well-being and financial empowerment of our employees. Our benefits include:

  • Medical, Vision and Dental plans at no cost to employees
  • Equity
  • Optional insurance coverage for partners and dependents
  • FSA Accounts
  • Free Personal Health Advocate
  • Generous PTO policy
  • Paid parental leave
  • Paid holidays beyond the traditional
  • 401(k) program

MycoWorks may contact you via text message regarding your application for this or similar opportunities. You can always text STOP to opt out.

This employment is contingent upon receiving applicable background check results, including drug screening, that meet standards based upon the job duties and business necessity, as well as passing a degree or license verification required for the position.

 

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