The Naval Nuclear Laboratory is looking for an experienced HR Business Partner (HRBP) to join our Human Resources team in Idaho. The Human Resources Business Partner will act as a champion and change agent within the business on key people priorities. Additionally, the HRBP will assist in providing HR counsel to a broad and diverse management and employee community, including union and non-union employees. The workforce includes technical, administrative, operations, and support employees. The HRBP will assist on projects, advise on employee management, communication and overall talent management including, but not limited to, succession planning and performance management. The HRBP will be trained in and highly engaged in change management and will work closely with others in HR and across the organization to manage change. The HRBP will assist in the development of HR policies, processes and practices. The HRBP will be assigned designated departments and will be responsible for all HR-related items.
- Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university and a minimum of six years relevant experience; or
- Master’s degree in a related field from an accredited college or university and a minimum of four years relevant experience
- Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university and a minimum of nine years relevant experience; or
- Master’s degree in a related field from an accredited college or university and a minimum of seven years relevant experience
Job Preferred Skills
- Five to seven years of relevant professional HR Generalist or Business Partner working experience, preferably within an engineering or operations department.
- SHRM certifications.
- Degree in Human Resources Management.
- Policy interpretation knowledge and/or experience.
- Experience using HRIT systems.
- Experience working effectively within a team environment, including leading, fostering team development and collaboration across organizational and geographic boundaries.
- Experience quickly adapting to changing business needs.
- Knowledge of Federal employment and labor laws.
- Previous experience with the Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program.
- Experience working with government contractor.
- Active DOE/DOD security clearance.