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1200 Clean Tech, Inc.: Human Resource Generalist

1200 Clean Tech, Inc.

This is a Part-time position in Dundee, MI posted October 11, 2021.

Clean Tech was founded in 1989 to reclaim the plastic in water containers and other post-consumer packaging.

Clean Tech’s leaders knew that recycling would extend disposal capacity, save money in disposal costs and conserve natural resources.

They saw further growth opportunity in the business’s potential for creating new jobs and providing a reliable, cost-effective resource for the manufacturing industry.This modern recycling center initiated the company’s entry into the environmental movement more than 20 years ago.

Clean Tech recycled 2 billion bottles in 2007 alone at its Dundee, MI facility.

It now recycles more than 3 billion bottles per year and continues to invest in recycling technology and operational improvements.

Expanding Recycling to Europe: A Luxembourg recycling center anchors environmental operations in Europe with PET recycling.

Clean Tech is part of the Plastipak family of companies.In order to process your job application, Clean Tech Recycling collects and stores the personal information that you submit via this website.

Please refer to our Privacy Policy to understand how Clean Tech Recycling uses and protects the information that you provide.Clean Tech is an equal opportunity employer.Position DescriptionPerforms human resources related duties at the professional level and carries out responsibilities in the following areas: recruiting, benefits, payroll, associate relations, unemployment, worker’s compensation and training.ResponsibilitiesSupports recruiting efforts for all open positions by sourcing, screening and interviewing applicants.

Attends job fairs and assists with college and high school recruitment activities.Administers payroll functions (attendance record keeping, vacation accruals, check distribution and all other related functions).

Maintains contract labor.Administers all associate benefit programs, including health and dental insurance, life and AD& D insurance, 401(k), Open enrollment and wellness plans within guidelines given by corporate benefits and resolves employee benefit questions timely.Assures compliance with COBRA/HIPAA requirements as defined and outlined by Corporate Benefits.Administers leave of absence requests.Conducts New Hire Orientations and training classes.Performs and maintains all administrative functions in compliance with federal, state and company guidelines.Responsible for the completion of all required training and technical criteria within a defined time period.Follows all company policies and work rules including but not limited to GMP, Lean Manufacturing practices and Quality Work Instructions.Follows all safety policies and reports any unsafe conditions and/or violations of any company policy to a supervisor.Responsible for reporting food safety and/or GMP issues to personnel with authority to initiate action.Participates in planning of associate appreciation events to foster a positive work environment.Conducts, schedules and maintains training needs and records.Aids in technical training within Plant.Functions effectively within a team environment.Cultivates a positive environment.Performs other duties as required and assigned.QualificationsBachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Business Administration or related field.1-3 years of Human Resources experience in a manufacturing facility or similar industry.Professional in Human Resources (PHR) certification preferred.SAP and Kronos experience preferred.Strong verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills.Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of complex variables in situations where only limited standardization exists.Solid analytical, planning, attention to detail, and organization skills.Ability to multi-task in fast paced environment where priorities can change quickly.Relevant recruitment experience.Demonstrated ability in cultivating positive relationships.Demonstrated aptitude with computers, including Microsoft, Excel and PowerPoint applications.Ability to organize and prioritize.Relevant manufacturing systems knowledge or recycling knowledge.Previous experience in a fast paced manufacturing environment.Machining and forklift knowledge preferred.Maintains appropriate level of confidentiality.Lifting Requirements: Proper lifting techniques required.

Up to 25lbs.

for files, computer printouts on occasion.Vision Requirements: close, distance, color, peripheral, depth perception, and ability to adjust focusConstant: Sit or stand as needed.

Walks on primarily level surface throughout the day.Frequent: Computer work.Occasional: Reach above shoulder heights; and below the waist lifting as required to file documents or store materials during the workday.

May require working 40 hours or more.

May require travel to training events and Company sponsored meetings.Environment: Exposed to high levels of noise when on Plant floor.

Exposed to recycling smells and debris.

Wearing proper personal protective equipment (PPE) such as Safety Glasses with Side Shields and Hearing Protection when on Plant floor.

Reading computer screens and documents.

Office setting with ambient room temperatures, lighting, and traditional office equipment found in a typical office room.Why should you apply?You may be eligible for:MEDICAL, DENTAL AND VISION INSURANCEPAID TIME OFF (PTO) AND COMPANY HOLIDAYSPART TIME AND FULL TIME OPPORTUNITIES401(K) AND PROFIT SHARING PLAN WITH COMPANY MATCHTUITION ASSISTANCECOMPANY PAID LIFE INSURANCE AND DISABILITYDEPENDENT CARE FLEXIBLE SPENDING ACCOUNTTELEMEDICINEPET INSURANCETECHNICAL SKILLS TRAININGLEADERSHIP TRAINING OPPORTUNITIESREFERRAL BONUS PROGRAM