Human Resources SLP – Stanley Black & Decker Leadership Development Program (SLP) at Stanley Black & Decker

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Employer: Stanley Black & Decker – GTS

Expires: 04/30/2021

Job DescriptionThe Stanley Black & Decker Leadership Program “SLP” is a program established to develop our future generation of leaders. The program offers invaluable experiences for associates seeking challenging developmental opportunities to jump-start their careers. This high-profile opportunity will provide a great deal of company-wide exposure and professional growth. As a SLP Associate, you will be an integral part of the growing global company that is Stanley Black & Decker. For more information on the SLP program consult: https://www.stanleyblackanddecker.com/careers/early-career/stanley-black-decker-leadership-programSLP ResponsibilitiesPlan, manage and provide deliverables on projects as assigned.Work closely with functional business groups to ensure efficiency and effectiveness of solutions deployed in support of business goals and objectives to drive success.Lead projects and ensure that the functionality is developed in a way that complies with business requirements and established methodologies and practices.Monitor and report to management on the status of project efforts, anticipating/identifying issues that inhibit the attainment of project goals and implementing corrective actions.Identify opportunities for improvement and make constructive suggestions and/or lead for change.Work closely with HRIS to report on HR analytics and metricsIndividual Responsibilities (Experiences Will Vary Depending On Rotation)Support HR Business Partners and other HR LeadershipManaging Leaves of Absence, Disability, & Worker’s CompensationAcquisition / Due Diligence SupportRecruiting and Orientation FacilitationGeneral HR Administrative DutiesEmployee Survey SupportHRIS Reporting and MaintenanceEnvironmental Health & Safety SupportEmployee & Labor Relations SupportTraining & Development SupportPosition Classification & Compensation SupportOpportunistic Special ProjectsRequired QualificationsBachelor’s degree in Human Resources or Business-related area of study.3.0 or higher GPA upon graduation.Early career with no more than 3 years of post-graduate experience.HR, Business, Project Management, Analytics internship/co-op experience.Demonstrated leadership experience.Must be willing to rotate assignments or projects every 9-12 months throughout time in the Program to a new HR focus area.Strong Microsoft Excel and Analytical skillsFunctional RequirementsStrong communication skills: verbal, written and interpersonal; presentation and facilitation skills, social media savvy communicator; ability to effectively communicate across potential language barriersMust possess interpersonal skills to deal effectively with business contacts and employees at all levels of the company.Possess a self-starting approach to assignments and responsibilities – Able to work autonomously and within a team without constant direction or supervision.Ability to execute with the highest degree of integrity and accountability. Excellent customer focus and provides timely follow-up and follow-through.Demonstrated creative problem solving and analytical skills.Resourceful and ability to navigate the unknown, grasp concepts, find solutions by navigating through internal and external channels.Excellent networking and collaboration skills; Proven ability to build alliances, influence others, and work in a team environment.Strong organization skills and attention to detail; Ability to be proactive, prioritize work, and handle multiple assignments in a timely manner.Ability to handle sensitive situations and/or materials with tact, diplomacy, and professionalism.Basic knowledge of business concepts and computer applications (MS Office Suite) requiredRequired to regularly sit, stand, walk, reach, bend, stoop, and/or move about the work environment.Required to perform other related duties as requested, directed, or assigned. EEO:All qualified applicants to Stanley Black & Decker are considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran’s status or any other protected characteristic.