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Surgical Specialties Corporation Human Resources Business Partner - Remote in Springfield, Illinois

At Corza Medical, our mission is to support surgical providers with remarkable service, trusted performance, and outstanding value by creating an unmatched experience that stems from listening to the surgical experts themselves.

Our product family is the result of years of experience championing surgeons and listening to their expertise. We deliver unmatched value across our line of products and offer a seamless, personalized experience designed around surgeons’ needs. We’re a team of experienced professionals who understand the difference that excellent customer service can make.

Job Purpose Summary

This role will help plan, lead, direct, develop, and execute the policies, activities, processes, and programs that ensure our employees, our culture, and our company are engaged, healthy, and growing. Through effective relationship-building and excellent communication skills, you will serve as a trusted resource and partner to employees, managers, and leaders across the organization.

What we value

  • Integrity. We do what is right.

  • Accountability. We do what we say.

  • Customer First. We deliver extraordinary experiences.

  • One Global Team. We before me, always.

  • Inspired. We love what we do.

    What you will do

  • Manage the planning, development, and implementation of HR strategies and tactics of the manufacturing operations at different sites and other assigned responsibilities.

  • Play a proactive leadership role as a business partner to drive a culture that values quality, leadership, ingenuity, teamwork, and commitment to success.

  • Coach and counsel managers and employees in all aspects of HR management.

  • Create, launch, and implement solutions that address the needs of the department/unit, while considering future and long-term needs and goals.

  • Utilize broad HR skills in the areas of employee relations, compensation, training, talent management, and communication. Plan and implement people/organization solutions aligned to the department/unit, HR strategy, needs, and goals.

  • Ensure excellent alignment and execution of established human resources policies and practices.

  • Consistently utilize HR systems, processes, and technology to drive efficiency and consistency across the function.

  • Effectively collaborate and build trusting relationships with other HR team members to manage the function efficiently and effectively, including HR operations/benefits, compensation, recruitment, Corporate HR, and peers throughout the function.

  • Drive employee engagement initiatives and processes impacting the manufacturing facility/ function(s). Lead employee programs and activities that support a positive working environment.

  • Support other HR-driven initiatives.

    What you will need

  • BS/BA or equivalent combination of education and experience required; an advanced degree (e.g., MBA) is a plus.

  • 6+ years of broad, business-facing experience within Human Resources function with a strong focus on employee relations. Experience in directly supporting business groups and, specifically, manufacturing settings required. Medical Device or Pharmaceutical experience preferred.

  • Strongly developed consulting and systemic problem-solving skills with the ability to coach and advise business leaders through complex employee situations.

  • Proficient with Microsoft suite (Word, Excel, PPT) and HRIS systems.

  • High customer focus with strong business and people acumen combined with excellent attention to detail.

  • Excellent interpersonal, oral, and written communication and relationship-building skills. Ability to navigate organizations and communicate with individuals at all levels.

  • Pragmatic, proactive, and self-driven individual with an entrepreneurial spirit who excels in a dynamic environment and has experience working through ambiguity and complexity. Willing to navigate within a lean structure.

  • Ability to travel to manufacturing and distribution sites in TX, MO, and MI as needed. 25% Travel required as needed.

    A reasonable estimate of the current pay range for this role is $ 120,000-$150,000. Further, the pay that is offered is based on geographic location, internal equity, market data, applicant’s job-related skills, commensurate experience, required licensures, certifications, and certain degrees. Benefits include healthcare, 401K, time off, and more.

    What you will like

    We foster a work environment where all team members are empowered and encouraged to share their opinions and ideas. We encourage robust, fact based debate. Our highly collaborative work environment results in the best decisions for Corza Medical and a shared mission to execute our plan together, on time and on budget.

    Join our team

    At Corza Medical, we are motivated by enabling our customers’ success. That starts with understanding their needs and developing products that enhance clinical outcomes. Our goal is to provide innovative, high-quality products and service that will ensure the continued success of our company and surgical professionals well into the future.