HRBP JB-1547


We are seeking an outstanding business partner for our Magal Plant & Global Supply Chain. The HRBP works to support the employee experience; from onboarding, to the training process, to the employee’s personal and professional development. The HRBP also supports change processes and promotes the work plan to fully implement the site’s HR strategy. In addition, s/he is responsible for integrating the matrix HR processes in the production hall, as well as the global HR processes.

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  • LocationIsrael (Magal)
  • DepartmentHR
  • Job ScheduleFull-Time

A Day in The Life

Support and provide consultation to department heads:

  • Support the plant manager in all matters concerning plant workforce management, including leading change, integrating organizational structures, building managerial capacities and role-oriented candidate personas, and building teams and organizational effectiveness.
  •  Support change processes.
  • Maintain daily routines with department heads and team leaders.
Oversee employee experience:
  • Assume full responsibility for the plant’s entire onboarding, placement, and training processes.
  • Prepare and sign employment contracts, including terms and conditions and changes in employment conditions.
  • Maintain ongoing dialogue with employees, via acclimation interviews, departure interviews, and periodical interviews.
  • Handle welfare and non-standard issues, per requirement. Guide the employee training and development:
  • Coordinate training programs, assess training requirements, and execute training sessions.
  • Supporting professional and individual development plans, including long-term HR activities and managerial reserves.
  • Support and involvement in organizational development and intervention in processes as required.
Enforce HR employment and labor laws:
  • Conduct monthly and annual monitoring of budgets and workforce headcount and costs.
  • Act as the site’s sexual harassment prevention officer.

What you'll need

  • Bachelor's degree in human resources, social sciences, business administration, or a related field.
  • 3-5 years of relevant experience, with at least 2 years of experience in a role supporting first level through senior management at a mid to large-sized international company.
  • Broad HR knowledge and experience, including talent management, performance management, employee relations, and compensation. The ideal candidate will also possess strong project management and organizational skills, a demonstrated understanding of employment law, and vast experience with coaching and building effective relationships to influence decisions.
  • Strong business acumen with an ability to diagnose and support data-driven decision-making. Experience using HR metrics to drive business results.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills with a professional demeanor and strong consultative skills. A team-player with a willingness to be hands-on with tactical duties and the ability to multitask in a fast-paced and dynamic environment.
  • Languages: Hebrew – native, English – full professional proficiency, including reading and writing.
  • Experience with Workday – advantage.
  • Knowledge of and experience in HR processes in an industrial business – advantage.