Lennox International (LII) is a leading global provider of innovative climate control solutions for heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration (HVACR) markets.Beginning over a century ago, Lennox International has built a strong heritage of Innovation and Responsibility. Our position as an innovation leader continually inspires us to promote more efficient energy use and a healthier environment through our product operations. Our engaged and diverse workforce is committed to providing climate control solutions that provide the most value and comfort for our customers. We are proud to have instilled a shared sense of responsibility and commitment among our approximately 10,000 employees located throughout North America, South America, Europe, Asia, and Australia.
Provides strategic counsel, coaching and direction to executives and leaders in our Corporate functions, up to and including members of our C-suite. Provides leadership in developing and implementing human resource strategies and initiatives that drive our business forward and attract and retain top talent.
Evaluates the organization's future workforce needs in order to recommend changes to the organization's human resource strategy and adapts existing current human resource programs to meet these needs. Accountable for policy recommendations and medium to long-term planning. Makes talent recommendations to leadership based on analysis of HR data from various sources. Uses knowledge of human resources functions, including staffing, compensation, benefits, training and employee relations to provide tactical HR support to line managers. Recommends and drives execution of programs and policies that create or reinforce a positive employee relations atmosphere. Stays connected with employees through formal and informal means to ensure understanding and adherence to company policies. Counsels employees in the interpretation and application of human resources programs and coordinates recruitment, orientation, training, compensation, EEO and benefit activities.
In addition to HR business partner responsibilities, this leader will spend ~25-30% of his/her time on enterprise-wide talent initiatives, which may include but are not limited to: HR process improvement, diversity & inclusion, training & development, career development, succession planning and development.
Bachelor's degree or an equivalent combination of education and experience. A minimum of 12 years relevant experience.
Demonstrated exceptional leadership, trusted advisor, and internal consulting capabilities. Experience delivering HR partnership and thought leadership in global organizations; outstanding cultural awareness skill set; global strategic insight. Ability to manage HR programs in a complex and matrix business environment. Strong analytical and data interpretation skills with ability to apply quantitative analysis to HR programs. Strong business acumen and people acumen, and ability to influence business leaders at an executive level. Collaborative across all levels of the organization, including partnership with peers, business leaders, and employees. Experience implementing key talent management offerings within and/or across business units, such as employee engagement, career development, and succession planning. Requires advanced knowledge of governmental regulations and general HR practices. Must have experience resolving a wide range of employee relations problems. Advanced ability to encourage communication and resolve conflicts is essential. Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills.