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    Job Title:              HR Business Partner II

    Department:      Human Resources                          

    Reports To:         Director of Human Resources    

    FLSA Status:       Exempt                               

    Pay Grade:          B10                        

    EEO Code:           02 - Professional              

    Prepared Date:                 July 1, 2018


    Role purpose (position scope):

    The HR Business Partner is a key contributor to the HR Team providing support to achieve department objectives.  This individual will have ownership for a variety of HR Initiatives. There is overall responsibility to address the needs of employees in the business either by solving the problem, directing them to the appropriate resource, referring to a more senior member of the HR team or facilitating with the employee’s manager/supervisor. 


    The individual must be able to meet all minimum standards within 90 days.


    Key Responsibilities:

    • Administers a variety of human resources programs and policies, often encompassing several areas of human resources, including organizational development, employee relations, employment, compensation, benefits, training, safety, or personnel research.
    • Assignments may include development, implementation, and evaluation of programs or policies, and may focus on service delivery within a segment of the firm providing advice and recommendations.
    • Participates in the development and implementation of human resources policies and procedures and their dissemination through employee booklets, communications, and/or meetings. 
    • Engages different levels of management, including executive, with HR counsel and problem solving.
    • Participates in strategic HR Planning.
    • Must be comfortable with platform delivery via All Hands Meetings, Training Programs, and Executive Meetings.
    • Perform accurate data entry into various HR systems including ADP, Oracle Systems, UniPoint Training Database, and more.
    • Assists in the management of personnel related files.
    • Must possess advanced capability with Microsoft Office suite (Word, Excel, PPT).
    • May coordinate HR related company events by scheduling meeting areas, arranging room setup, preparing signup sheets and tracking participation.
    • Provide administrative support including producing, consolidating, editing reports and presentations as assigned.
    • Maintains employee confidence and protects operations by always keeping human resource information confidential. 
    • Comply and uphold Cobham Aerospace SHE policies and standards.
    • Comply with the Cobham Aerospace Code of Business Conduct and Ethics.
    • Other duties assigned by supervisor.


    Core Competencies:

                    Interpersonal & Personal IP06 – Managing time & Prioriites

    • IP05 – Initiative & Drive
    • IP08 – Working in Teams
    • IP07 – Problem Solving & Creativity
    • IP02 – Embracing Change
    • IP01 – Trust & Ethics
    • IP04 – Influence & Communication
    • IP03 – Emotional Intelligence


    Business & Process

    • BP05 – Customer Orientation (Intermediate)
    • BP02 – Business Operations, Systems & Processes (Intermediate)
    • BP01 – Local & Global Business Environment (Intermediate)
    • BP08 – Business Improvement (Foundation)
    • BP07 – Managing Projects (Foundation)
    • BP06 – Financial Management (Foundation)
    • BP03 – Business Planning & Strategy (Foundation)
    • BP04 – Commercial Intuition (Foundation)


    Leadership & Management – to Intermediate

    •  LM05 – Managing Conflict
    • LM07 – Managing Teams
    • LM08 – Selecting & Hiring
    • LM04 – Making Decisions
    • LM01 – Delivering Change
    • LM03 – Leadership
    • LM06 – Managing Performance (Foundation)
    • LM02 Developing Others (Foundation


            HR – to Intermediate    

    • HR01 – Organizational Development
    • HR02 – Resourcing
    • HR03 – Performance Management
    • HR04 – Learning and Development
    • HR05 – Talent Management
    • HR06 – Employee Engagement
    • HR07 – Compensation & Benefits


    Level II – Intermediate (Experienced)

    • KNOWLEDGE – Intermediate use and/or application of basic principles, theories, and concepts. Limited knowledge of industry practices and standards.
    • JOB COMPLEXITY – Works on problems of basic, intermediate, and advanced scope and complexity.  Follows standard practices and procedures in analyzing situations or data from which answers can be readily obtained, and creates customized solutions where required.
    • DISCRETION/LATITTUDE – Work requires independent thought and judgment.  Supervision is available.
    • MINIMUM EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE - Bachelor’s Degree (or the equivalent combination of education and experience) and 3-5 years professional experience.


    Direct Reports:

      None, or one direct report.


    Key Measures and Milestones:

    • Recruitment cycle time
    • Payroll associated deadlines
    • Customer satisfaction


    Physical Demands:

    • Tasks involve light physical effort in sedentary to light work; may involve some lifting, carrying, pushing and/or pulling of objects or materials (5 – 10 lbs.)
    • Tasks may involve extended periods of time at a keyboard or work station


    Work Environment:

    • Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions
    • While performing the aforementioned job duties, the employee mainly works in an office setting; that is relatively quiet and has temperature control systems



    This job description is not intended to be all inclusive of every job function, duty and responsibility. Duties may increase, decrease and/or change as deemed necessary to support the department operations.

    Resumes should be submitted to Gary McCollum at







    Fann Contracting, Inc.

    Human Resource Administrator


    Candidates must have extensive HR experience, be very knowledgeable in and constantly be up to date with employment laws. Must have strong computer skills and good experience with Excel and Word software programs. Must be service and detail oriented, and keep up to date documentation in a busy multi-tasking environment. Previous experience in a construction office, AA Degree and knowledge of commercial DOT driver FMCSRs preferred.

    We offer a substantial benefit package including medical, dental, life insurance, paid vacation, paid sick time, 401(k) and company profit sharing bonus programs.

    Please submit resumes to Fann Contracting, Inc. via email at, in person at 1403 industrial Way, Prescott, AZ 86301 or by mail at PO Box 4356, Prescott, AZ 86302. Office 928-778-0170 Fax 928-778-5591. Wages are DOE.

    All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race/ethnicity, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, age, or any other status protected by law.