MOPAR Union Relations Supervisor

The MOPAR Union Relations Supervisor is responsible for developing, implementing and leading union relations strategies and solutions in unionized environments for multiple warehouse operations across the United States. The successful candidate will demonstrate exceptional conflict resolution skills, leadership skills, the ability to promote and grow effective business relationships with customers at all levels of the organization and leverage those relationships to deliver operational results. This role will work collaboratively with operations leadership and union officials at all levels within the company. The Union Relations Supervisor will negotiate, administer local and national collective agreements, provide guidance and counsel on labor contract and HR policies, and ensure consistent application of the agreements and company policies. The successful candidate will be responsible for, but not limited to, grievance procedure administration up to and including the Appeal Board, arbitration preparation, play a strategic role in national and local negotiations, employment operations and lead continuous improvement efforts to support operational strategies. This position will require involvement in World Class Logistics (FCA's lean manufacturing methodology applied in our distribution network) activities, and may require the availability to work variable shifts, including weekends. Some travel may be required.
Basic Qualifications:
Bachelor's degree
Minimum 5 years of human resources and/or union relations experience
Experience working in a labor relations capacity in a union represented environment
Strong communications skills including written, verbal and presentations
Preferred Qualifications:
Advanced degree in Human Resources or Business
Demonstrated ability to deal effectively with all levels of employees, management and unions
Collective bargaining and arbitration experience
Demonstrated problem solving and investigation skills
Excellent attention to detail
Knowledge of PeopleSoft and COGNOS

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