About the role
Partner with the Factory Manager and Factory Leadership team, providing best practice HR support to enable the achievement of the factory strategy.
Lead HR initiatives on site in order to drive the site and ANJ People strategy and implement and facilitate the requirements as per KHMS (Kraft Heinz Management System)
Coach, support and train managers / employees on effective and consistent implementation of HR policies and procedures
Support people leaders through people management processes e.g. disciplinary, grievances, sickness absence, performance management
Provide advice in the application of Employment Agreements
Provide assistance in the compiling of Employment Agreement variations
To provide sound / timely responses in order to minimise Kraft Heinz’s exposure to risk
Ensure Employment Agreements are complied with
Work with the Head P&P, Supply ANJ to negotiate Collective Employment Agreements
Ensure compliance with policies and legislative requirements
Ensure compliance to the recruitment process
Provide support to Hiring Managers e.g. assisting with shortlisting & interviewing
To identify and recommend improvements relating to HR processes to increase operational efficiencies whilst adopting industry practise
Engage in talent management processes in collaboration with L&D team (ie lead OPR and merit review on site)
Work with rewards team to understand site budget and ensure adherence throughout the year
Prepare monthly KPI data for MPR’s and develop action plans to support progress of KPI
Support escalations regarding payroll accuracy and employee enquiries
To maintain a future focus and work towards ensuring that local HR services are aligned with global and zone focus
Exceptional communication skills, written and verbal.
Ability to navigate ambiguity, and problem solve
Ability to be impartial and consider all points of view in any scenario
Bachelors degree in communications or related discipline
3-5 years experience in an HR role
Experience within manufacturing / FMCG preferred
Eligibility to work in New Zealand
Our culture and benefits
We empower our people to own their work and it’s true our employees are our competitive advantage so we take care of our Kraft Heinz family with our Live Well’ benefits program :
Access to our onsite store, where you can purchase Watties products at discounted prices
Wellbeing, annual health checks and flu shots plus onsite wellbeing sessions and webinars
Volunteering, volunteer days with Foodbank - meal packing events for our Global partner Rise Against Hunger
Parental Leave, 12 weeks paid parental leave for primary caregivers
The Kraft Heinz Company Australia & New Zealand is an equal opportunity employer committed to providing a working environment that embraces- promotes and values diversity and inclusion.
Research shows that candidates from underrepresented backgrounds hesitate to apply for roles if they feel they don’t meet 100% of the criteria.
So, if this opportunity excites you and you think you have the skills and experience to add value (even if not specified), please don’t hesitate to apply!