Helmer Scientific Employee Experience Specialist in Noblesville, Indiana
Helmer Scientific designs, integrates, manufactures, markets, and distributes specialized medical and laboratory equipment to clinical and life science customers in over 125 countries.
We offer competitive salary and benefits
We offer a positive team environment
We offer an opportunity to fulfill potential by performing meaningful and rewarding work
We are committed to serving customers, team members and the world community
Are you ready to join us and make a difference? We have a career opportunity for a Employee Experience Specialist to join our team!
The Employee Experience Specialist will support and drive projects that impact business outcomes by focusing on organizational development projects in collaboration with the VP of Human Resources such as developing key human capital organizational capability enablers, driving DEI and employee engagement and turnover initiatives. The position will sit on the DEI Advisory Team. The Employee Experience Specialist will also design a Leadership Development program and manage its implementation and sit as a core team member of the Development Team. The Employee Experience Specialist is responsible for managing and analyzing HR metrics, dashboards, and human capital monthly reports. This role will also focus on the people side of change and manage communications for human capital projects and initiatives.
Serves as role model for Helmer values by maintaining positive internal/external relationships; embracing and valuing diversity in all forms; promoting individual growth and development; actively promoting Continuous Improvement Culture; and demonstrating a commitment to excellence in the achievement of company goals/objectives.
Comply with workplace safety procedures.
Assist with the growth of key human capital organizational capabilities as assigned. Collaborate with the development of Enabler Organizational Maturity Model definitions, roadmap creation and execution to drive enablers to desired maturity level.
Design and implement cultural initiatives in collaboration with the CEO and VP of Human Resources including but not limited to Helmer Foundations and DEI initiatives.
Actively engage as a member of the DEI Advisory Team.
Conduct listening tours and focus groups as needed to gain useful insights in organizational issues and synthesize the results to provide recommendations. Oversee action plan implementation as needed.
Focus on project implications that impact employees. Using a structured process and set of tools, assist and coach project leaders and employees’ leaders on how best to support employees through the change transition to realize project goals. This could include identifying specific employee communications, supporting messaging, recommending the best delivery methods and/or developing tactics for resistance management.
Create, maintain, and analyze HR metrics, dashboards, and human capital monthly reports.
Collaborate to identify and lead cross functional teams as needed to drive improvement action plans for turnover and other projects as needed.
- In collaboration with the VP of Human Resources, develop, manage, and continually improve employee engagement initiatives include engagement surveys and action planning. Conduct employee surveys and focus groups.
- Create, manage, implement, and own communications strategy and plans as it relates to internal initiatives, and other activities within your span of responsibility. Create and manage a communications calendar and increase efficiency of current communication practices. Develop and manage content including writing, video production and digital content such as blog and social media. Craft creative ways to communicate with employees to increase engagement.
Participate as a team member of the Development Team. Fully engage in program creation as well as team activities.
Design a Leadership Development Program (LDP) aligned to a Helmer leadership development model that supports the development of seasoned through emerging leaders to support business needs.
Manage external vendors as it relates to the LDP if applicable.
Establish applicable dashboards and reporting mechanisms to measure the success of the LDP, asses its success, and adjust as appropriate.
Facilitate training and development workshops and sessions as needed.
Relative Work Experience: Min 3 years applicable experience including managing cross functional projects. Trained in a Change Management methodology preferred.
Education: BS degree in related field.
Certifications / Licenses: None
Computer Systems / Software: Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite. Strong proficiency in Excel. Power BI preferred.
Ability to maintain confidentiality.
Advocate for advancing DEI within a company and community.
Self-starter, strategic/critical thinking skills, ability to operate independently with good judgment, capable of researching and summarizing information in written form.
Analytical: Visualizes, articulates, conceptualizes and solves both complex and uncomplicated problems by making decisions that are sensible given the available information and/or seeks additional information to get to the bottom of things.
Ability to lead cross-functional project teams and work effectively within teams.
Ability to manage change effectively utilizing a change methodology.
Project Management: Ability to manage/coordination projects as assigned according to best practices of project management body of knowledge including requirements definition, preparation of project schedules, resource plans/allocations, risk analysis, and meeting facilitation.
Accountability: Follows through on commitments and makes sure others do the same. Completes assignments with attention to detail and high degree of accuracy.
Collaborates: Works cooperatively with others across the organization to achieve shared objectives. Gains trust and support of others.
Time Management: Uses his/her time effectively and efficiently. Concentrates efforts on the more important priorities. Can attend to a broader range of activities.
Communicates Effectively: Strong written and verbal communication. Is effective in a variety of communication settings: one-on-one, small and large groups, or among diverse styles and position levels as well as facilitating sessions. Attentively listens to others. Adjusts to fit the audience and the message. Provides timely and helpful information to others. Encourages open expression.
Interpersonal Savvy: Relates comfortably with people across levels, functions, culture, and geography. Acts with diplomacy and tact. Builds rapport in an open, friendly, and accepting way. Builds constructive, relationships with people both similar and different to self. Picks up on interpersonal and group dynamics.
If you don’t meet the minimum requirements we’ve listed, but still think you are qualified for the job, you are welcome to apply for consideration.
Helmer is committed to creating a diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace in which we respect and celebrate each person.
As an EEO/AA Employer all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, ancestry, disability status, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, veteran status or any other protected characteristic.
External Company URL: www.helmerinc.com
Street: 14400 Bergen Boulevard