Our client, a leading pharmaceutical company based in Limerick currently has an opportunity for a Human Performance Manager to join their team.
This is a full time, permanent position offering an excellent salary and benefits package.
Main Responsibilities :
Develops, implements, and embeds a global human performance program (including error prevention tools, proactive error detection, and workplace and work process design), tailored to the culture, to decrease the likelihood of human related events
Operates as a coach and mentor on the development of standards, deployment of strategies, and analysis of performance information.
Develops and deploys right-sized human performance training that builds a blame-free culture and drives measurable improvements in work process design.
Facilitates a culture of open reporting and blame-free investigations to increase the capability of the site to drive to effective problem solving in human related events.
Determines the structure, drives implementation, and maintains engagement of an on-the-floor leadership observation program.
Identifies strategic areas of opportunity for human performance by evaluating proactive performance metrics including management of remediation tasks.
Manages projects remotely with travel required for global initiatives.
May build and manage a Human Performance dedicated team.
Education and Experience :
BS / BA in related field and 7 years of experience.
Experience in Lean Manufacturing and Six Sigma methodologies preferred.
Strong understanding of contemporary human performance principles with proven ability to design and implement a human performance program.
Ability to build effective working relationships and influence leadership and peers throughout all levels of the organization.
Accepts and steers ambiguity into actionable results
Ability to multi-task and operate independently within challenging timelines.
Clear communication skills and comfort developing and providing instructor led trainings.
For more information on this position please contact Lee-Ann Enright on 061336136 or apply online and a member of the Harmonics team will be in touch