Rush Enterprises Employee Experience Specialist in New Braunfels, Texas
The Employee Experience Specialist will partner with the Sr. Manager, Employee Experience to help plan and execute strategic engagement activities. This work will support a consistent company culture throughout our U.S. and Canadian operating areas. The Specialist will assist and further develop a variety of programs and initiatives through the Rush Enterprises employee lifecycle.
Rush Enterprises, Inc. opens the door to the world of opportunity. We are a part of the largest network of commercial vehicle dealerships in North America representing truck and trailer manufacturers. Our franchises include Peterbilt, International, Hino, Isuzu, Ford, IC Bus and Blue Bird. We offer a rewarding career as a leader in the transportation industry. Grow with us as we continue to expand our network of locations and services.
Liaison across all divisions of the company while planning and executing our: Moments that Matter programs (Rush Foundation, recognition programs, etc.), corporate coin visit programs, community engagement initiatives, and employee lifecycle feedback projects (new hire, engagement and pulse survey creation and distribution).
Responsible for executing employee experience program management; duties include program updates and reporting as needed, engagement event scheduling, employee communications, tracking volunteer/participant registration, project planning and coordination with the Senior Manager, field and office facilities teams on special event logistics.
Drive employee engagement by identifying ways to increase employee awareness and leverage employee participation to support both internal business objectives, as well as the company’s social impact in the community.
Review partnership and sponsorship agreements to ensure rights and benefits are fully received, and any adjustments, credits, substitutions, etc. are fully documented.
Prepare post-event recap reports, to include employee engagement statistics (i.e., number of participants, number of volunteers, registration response rate, ticket utilization rate, etc.). Provide metrics for quarterly/annual community relations reporting, budgeting and planning.
Creates reporting dashboards to quantify and track employee engagement. Interpret and implement initiatives based on data analytics.
Utilizes metrics and data to continuously drive efficiencies, process and program improvements, and implementation quality/adoption. Works cross functionally, as needed, to develop reporting.
Utilizes available data to identify areas of opportunity related to retention, turnover, development, engagement, inclusion, and culture.
WHO YOU ARE:
Motivated: Able to work effectively with a sense of urgency while managing multiple projects to meet internal and external deadlines.
Creative Problem-solver: innovative, flexible, and collaborative with the ability to formulate and execute plans efficiently and effectively with minimal supervision.
Team-Oriented: Our team works hard to support one another and work towards a common goal.
Structured: detail-oriented, organized, and analytical
Tactful: effective judgement towards diplomatic and discreet matters
Strong Communicator: well-written and strong interpersonal and networking skills for employees at all levels (executives, senior leaders, frontline workers) and community leaders
Demonstrated planning, change management and strategic thinking capabilities.
Education and/or Experience
Bachelor’s degree (preferred) in Business Administration, Communications, Human Resources Management, Corporate Social Responsibility/Sustainability or related field, and/or equivalent career experience
Minimum 3 years of career experience with progressively increasing responsibilities in community relations, employee engagement, human resources, corporate philanthropy, or supporting a non-profit organization.
Preferred skills in MS Office – Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Teams
Other Skills and Abilities Required
Career experience in the commercial transportation industry
Experience overseeing high-impact and corporate/employee events.
Experience with Qualtrics preferred
WHO WE ARE:
Rush Enterprises “keeps the country running”. A Fortune 500 company, we are the largest commercial vehicle dealer group in North America and are 8000 employees strong and growing. Therefore, our impact (and soon-to-be your impact) is far-reaching.
Read about Rush’s Driving Principles (https://www.rushenterprises.com/ourstory/culture-and-values)
Equal Opportunity Employer
WHAT WE OFFER:
Competitive benefits and compensation, 401K
Employee discounts, Professional Development opportunities, Stock options, Flexible work environment and a great team culture!
Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled
This job posting does not state or imply that these are the only duties to be performed by this employee. The employee will be required to follow any other instructions and to perform any other duties requested by their leader.
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