Celanese is a Fortune 500 global chemical innovation company that engineers and manufactures chemicals used in products essential to everyday living. Headquartered in Dallas, TX, we employ over 7,700 dedicated people working between 43 facilities across 18 countries. We are committed to employee growth and creating shareholder value to ensure continued opportunities make a difference. Our company focuses on the safety of its employees, provides competitive compensation (including benefits starting day 1), and emphasizes giving back to the community. For more information about Celanese and our products please visit www.celanese.com
- Build organizational identity, pride and morale through employee engagement, inclusion & diversity initiatives and employee recognition programs.
- Partner with leadership teams to understand and execute the organizations human resource and talent strategy particularly as it relates to current and future talent needs, recruiting, retention, and succession planning.
- Coordinate with Centers of Excellence in providing support and guidance to leadership, managers and other staff when complex, specialized, and sensitive questions and issues arise (e.g. benefits, compensation, employee relations, etc.).
- Assess talent gaps and develop solutions for building the talent pipeline including job assignments, coaching, and training.
- Serve as a liaison in the talent acquisition process, including scoping of roles, partnering with Talent Acquisition on staffing strategies, and coordination with internal/external regional partners.
- Strategic Mindset
- Delivers results
- Effective communication
- Problem Solving
- Influence executive leadership
- Organizational Development
- Data driven decision making
Required Years of Experience:
- 5-8 years
- Bachelor’s degree (HR, Psychology, IO Engineering)
- Master’s degree preferred (HR)
- Learning and Development
- Organizational Design
- Compensation & Benefits
- Recruitment & Selection
- Local regulations
- Innovation / Process automation
- Dealing with ambiguity