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HRBP - Reynosa, Mexico

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Location: San Luis Potosi, San Luis Potosí, Mexico
Job ID: R0039365
Date Posted: Feb 16, 2024
Segment: Green Energy & Mobility
Business Unit: Hitachi Energy
Profession (Job Category): Human Resources
Job Type (Experience Level): Experienced
Job Schedule: Full time
Remote: No

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Location: Reynosa, Mexico


Hitachi Energy is seeking a (Senior) Human Resources Business Partner for Reynosa, Mexico location.  As a core member of the local Business Management Team, provide on-location HR support in the assigned geographic area to employees including managers to ensure effective and sustainable workplace relations and performance in close collaboration with HR network.  Apply HR policies defined by Group Center of Excellence (CoE)s, including on Labor Relations as defined in each country with Country HR.   


  • Strategy Alignment: Implement HR priorities in the organization in line with group/ global division / global BU / global function and people strategy, covering culture, people, and organization utilizing the existing HR solution portfolio or ensuring to provide new solutions where appropriate. Orchestrate the HR organization to support and deliver on the defined priorities.

  • HR Solutions:  Partner with managers and employees in the relevant location to understand current issues that can be supported or resolved through HR practices, processes, or policies. Counsel Managers and employees on the most effective solutions to resolve issues. Acts as consultant, sparring partner, coach, and facilitator to business leaders.

  • HR Process Implementation:  Oversee implementation of HR processes at the location, ensuring compliance with Group policy and guidelines. Provides feedback and inputs on relevant local statutory or regulatory requirements into the development and implementation of new or improved processes/products/services.

  • Performance Management:  Support manager and HRBP leaders with to implement and follow up performance management activities on the site, including poor performance improvement, PDA performance management discussion, training need identification, termination, and etc. Support the implementation of group and global recognition program.

  • Integrated Talent:   Works closely with Talent Partners to ensure a healthy and sustainable talent pipeline in the organization considering internal Talent pool and external market. Drives and executes all talent processes with Business Leaders e.g. identification and succession planning on business critical positions, diversity and inclusion and owns the talent outcomes. Where appropriate is directly involved in the recruitment of peer level positions. Assess risks and coordinate actions to mitigate risks.

  • Learning & Development:  Partner with business leaders to understand and identify learning requirements for both individuals and critical populations at a local level. Collaborates with Learning Partners to decide appropriate learning strategies and commission design and execution of customized programs to meet the needs identified. Measures and evaluates effectiveness of learning solutions to demonstrate business impact.

  • Retention and Engagement:  Monitors employee turnover data and put measures in place to support achievement of optimal levels of attrition across the site. Assess employee engagement and morale and take actions to address issues.

  • Employee Relations :  Represent HR in the workplace, build partnerships between employees, HR and Managers. Deliver day to day HR management contact / relationship for employees, including employee welfare, counselling, grievance redressal, disciplinary processes; Facilitate changes. Carry out training and communication on HR strategy, policy, and processes when necessary. Leads discussions and owns the relationship with local collective bargaining and information/consultation groups where applicable (e.g. works councils, trade unions, employee committees).

  • Labor Relations:  Follow policies and instructions set by CoE and Country HR and in close collaboration with CoE and SSC to oversee activities regarding labor relations and organized labor within area of responsibility. Manage resolution of labor relations crises which impact at a local level, ensuring necessary flow of information to all stakeholders. Build and manage constructive relationships with both internal and external labor relations stakeholders at a local level, in order to support a culture of mutually beneficial cooperation between HR, line managers, employees and their representatives. Advise and proactively communicate with local business leaders, relevant HR stakeholders and the Legal function regarding requirements in labor relations, forthcoming legislation, etc.

  • Standards and Governance:   Implement and ensure compliance with global and local standards, rules, tools, policies and processes related to operations/project execution and share functional best practices and lessons learned across the organization. Living Hitachi Energy's core values of safety and integrity, which means taking responsibility for your own actions while caring for your colleagues and the business.

Your Background:

  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university; advanced degree a plus

  • 8 plus years of progressive experience in a Human Resources generalist role, with experience in a manufacturing or distribution environments; Labor Relations experience is preferred.

  • Verbal and written fluency in English and Spanish

  • Demonstrated ability to effectively partner with the business leadership and influence the strategic business interests of the organization

  • Experience in culture development, change management and process improvement is required, with a proven ability to analyze business needs

  • High degree of professionalism and confidentiality

  • Proven relationship-building and project management skills

  • Excellent communications skills, including written and verbal

  • Demonstrated team orientation, motivation and flexibility

  • Previous experience working within matrixed organization desirable but not required

  • Excellent interpersonal, coaching, influencing and communication skills

  • High comfort level working in a fast-paced, energetic environment, ability to multitask and meet multiple deadlines

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