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Industry:
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Job Category:
Corporate
Location:
Mexico City
Job Summary
At Rockwell Automation, we connect the imaginations of people with the intelligence of machines to expand what is humanly possible, making the world more intelligent, more connected and more productive.
We know that expanding human possibility requires connections. We do that every day with our customers as we bring the Connected Enterprise to life, but we don’t stop there. We work to expand human possibilities in our communities — giving back, helping grow the next generation of STEM leaders and building relationships that last.

Our team cares about the work we do. We make an impact on the world because we strive to solve real problems for real people and expand human possibility. From solutions that address a single issue to transforming a company into a Connected Enterprise, every maker and problem solver in our company contributes to something that matters.

As a Customer Care Supervisor, you are responsible for providing continuous high standards of customer service; minimizing customer effort while maximizing the customer experience and loyalty. You are responsible for leading a team of 9 team members based in Mexico and S. America; motivating and coaching them to elevate the performance of the department to ensure a great customer experience every time!

What you will be doing:
  • Managing a diverse team to achieve daily goals while maintaining a great customer experience.
  • Developing regional standardized workflow processes to support departmental goals and meet customer needs.
  • Developing, measuring and analyzing metrics/team performance (email, phone, chat , reports, service tickets ) to gain efficiencies.
  • Identifying opportunities for process improvements and system enhancements to improve the performance of the department.
  • Interfacing with internal business units on standard practices and procedures to improve the customer experience.
  • Interfacing with various levels of the global Customer Care organization, including Rockwell Automation sales and our distributor partners to resolve customer escalations.
  • Collaborate with our Global Quality team to implement performance management/reward and recognition practices with your team.
  • Conducting performance evaluations for the team; identifying strengths and weaknesses and offering coaching and mentoring.
  • Exercising good commercial judgment and operating in a highly visible, high pressure environment.
Who we are looking for:
  • You are ethical, forward-thinking, intelligent, optimistic and resilient.
  • You have excellent interpersonal, leadership, and communication skills and a strong passion for coaching and developing team members.
  • You are enthusiastic to work in a dynamic, fast paced and challenging environment.
  • Self-starter who is a natural leader and highly collaborative.

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    Industry:
    Not Specified
    Job Category:
    Corporate
    Location:
    Milwaukee - Wisconsin
    Job Summary

    Position Summary

    The CP&S Business Operations group at Rockwell Automation has a position available for someone with interest in applying data science to complex real-world problems within Rockwell’s Control Products & Solutions businesses. The successful candidate will join a dynamic team that is focused on providing advanced analytics solutions for business needs. The specific activities include interaction with internal customers, formulating the problem, applying data science expertise to provide insight and recommendations on how to solve the identified problem, and following up with the successful solution to show business improvements.

    • Participate in cross-functional projects using data modeling and analysis techniques to discover insights that will guide strategic decisions and uncover optimization opportunities with CP&S

    • Present insights and recommendations to BU teams for decision making and strategic planning

    • Stay current and educated on tools and methods related to predictive and advanced analytics that are industry standard

    • Leverage and connect CP&S information sources and tools for advanced business analysis

    • Leverage and utilize predictive analytics & machine learning tools, techniques and platforms

    • Ability to manage ambiguity and data to find improvement opportunities

    • Successfully navigate corporate culture/developing positive working relationships with stakeholders and project teams

    Complexity:

    • Work closely with CP&S businesses and functional units to support and implement high-quality, data-driven decisions

    • Use data modeling, predictive modeling and analytical techniques to interpret key findings from CP&S data and leverage these insights to create initiatives that will support business objectives

    • Willingness to deal with real-world datasets, including data cleansing for optimal use

    Temperament:

    • Willingness to drive change in a positive manner despite timelines, deliverables and resources

    • Remains calm under pressure

    • Pursues tasks with drive and a sense of urgency

    • Committed to developing strong relationships and collaborative partnerships

    • Ability to act on identified risks to mitigate in an appropriate timeframe

    • Ability to act accordingly with confidential information found in data sets

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    Industry:
    Automotive, Entertainment, Fibers & Textiles, Food & Beverage, Household & Personal Care, Infrastructure, Life Sciences, Marine, Mining, Metals & Cement, Oil & Gas, Power Generation, Print & Publishing, Pulp & Paper, Semiconductor & Electronics, Tire & Rubber, Water Wastewater
    Job Category:
    Corporate
    Location:
    Katowice
    Job Summary
    Handling inbound calls and e-mails from vendors and business partners
    Providing vendors with payment status
    Occasionally making outbound calls to vendors
    Generating documents from the system for suppliers’ needs
    Following company procedures and updating them
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    Industry:
    Not Specified
    Job Category:
    Corporate
    Location:
    Milwaukee - Wisconsin
    Job Summary

    The HRBP provides strategy to align business goals with Rockwell Automation polices, process and programs by driving organizational effectiveness, leading change management, organization development, and delivering talent effectiveness programs. Demonstrates functional expertise, and is seen as coach and trusted advisor to leaders, while supporting the leaders to create and maintain a positive work environment.


    Key responsibilities:

    Organizational Effectiveness and Workforce Planning

    • Partners with the VPs and their direct reports to define short-term and long-term organization development requirements (workforce planning, development, culture, etc.).

    • Drives successful execution of new initiatives, including the rollout of business initiatives and programs focused on organizational and cultural change.

    • Partners with global HR colleagues, COEs, HR Services, and business leaders to create focus on goals, including: delivery of organizational effectiveness, workforce planning.

    • Leverages business acumen to partner with business leaders effectively.

    • Provide effective project management within organizational effectiveness and workforce planning.

    Leading Change

    • Partners with leaders through leading change initiatives to help set clear expectations, provide knowledge, resources, evaluation measures, and developing strength in leadership team to lead change.

    Manage Talent

    • Ensures strong leadership capability for the business and the development of leadership competency within the business. Facilitates the semi-annual human resource Leadership Review, including succession planning and identification of high potential employees. Leverages insights from discussions with leaders to address leadership gaps and opportunities, and ensure the creation of development plans to bridge the gaps.

    • Identifies the technical, professional and management training needs of the employees within the business. Ensure the necessary programs are available locally.

    Demonstrate Functional Expertise

    • This position is responsible for ensuring alignment between business requirements of the business functions they lead and Rockwell Automation’s HR policies, processes, and programs. In addition, has responsibility for identifying, leading and supporting HR strategies and initiatives within these business/functions.

    • Partners with leaders to proactively assess, develop and retain talent.

    • Advises and assists VP/Directors, and other appropriate business leaders regarding employee performance issues and actions required for improvement.

    • Understands the business environment and plans (competitive climate, growth, new products, technologies, etc…) and the impact on immediate and longer term talent needs.

    Coach and Trusted Advisor

    • Brings knowledge of the business strategy and provides reliable guidance to business.

    • Provides counsel to business leaders to encourage trust building, information sharing, effective communication, respect, and inclusion resulting in greater personal and organizational effectiveness.

    • Coach leaders to build organizational capabilities, reduces complexity and partners with business leaders to maximize individual leadership skills and team performance.

    Work Environment

    • Partners with leaders to create and maintain a culture of inclusion where all employees feel valued and see Rockwell Automation as a place where they can do their best work.

    • Help to promote a positive and engaging work environment by creating or maintaining open communications and engage with Culture of Inclusion on Diversity and Inclusion priorities.


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    Industry:
    Not Specified
    Job Category:
    Corporate
    Location:
    Katowice
    Job Summary
    Provides analysis and interpretation of the customers’ financial status for proper evaluation of risk and the establishment of proper
    credit limits. Interacts with sales support, customer service, and accounts receivable in reconciling accounts. Prepares
    recommendations and makes credit approval decisions on new accounts. Analyzes and reports on credit memo and write-off
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    Industry:
    Not Specified
    Job Category:
    Corporate
    Location:
    Cambridge, ON
    Job Summary
    Position Summary
    Env/Health/Safety
    Assist in the development and maintenance of environmental, health and safety (EHS) systems
    Define risks and propose appropriate solutions in accordance with applicable legislation and corporate policies
    Be willing to train facility personnel on the standards to be observed
    Provide support to other departments with respect to changes in the facility that affect EHS
    Ability to develop a variety of reports including statistical analysis of safety incidents
    Prepare EHS project plans
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    Industry:
    Not Specified
    Job Category:
    Corporate
    Location:
    Katowice
    Job Summary
    DESCRIPTION
    Processes reimbursement of Travel and Entertainment business expenses and processes invoice for payments related to company vehicles. Monitors transactions for policy compliance.

    JOB COMPLEXITY
    Works on assignments that are semi routine in nature but recognizes the need for occasional deviation from accepted practice.

    SUPERVISION
    Normally follows established procedures on routine work, requires instructions only on new assignments.

    KNOWLEDGE/SKILL
    Applies acquired job skills and company policies and procedures to complete assigned tasks.

    EXPERIENCE

    Typically requires a minimum of 1 years of related experience.

    SCOPE
    Receives assignments in the form of objectives with goals and the process by which to meet goals.

    INTERACTION
    Frequently interacts with peers and customers (typically internal) to exchange or present factual information.

    LEVEL
    SUPP 2
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    Industry:
    Not Specified
    Job Category:
    Corporate
    Location:
    Mayfield Heights - Ohio, Milwaukee - Wisconsin
    Job Summary

    Position Summary:

    Rockwell Automation, the world's largest company dedicated to industrial automation, employs about 22,000 individuals globally, makes its customers more productive and the world more sustainable. Throughout the world, our flagship Allen-Bradley® and Rockwell Software® product brands are recognized for innovation and excellence, and serves customers in more than 80 countries worldwide.

    When you choose Rockwell Automation, you join talented employees who have helped us establish our leadership position in the automation industry over the past century.

    You join a diverse, inclusive and global community with a passion for innovation. A place where you can partner with great minds and inspiring people.

    As much as we focus on our customers, we know our employees are key to our success and future. Helping you develop a rewarding career is a top priority. Because when you succeed, we succeed.

    The Contracts Manager works cross collaboratively across business units and functions to facilitate the contracting process while aligning with the company’s values of Customer, Pursuit of Excellence, Speed, Integrity and People.

    Key Responsibilities:

    • Negotiates and drafts contractual documents such as sales agreements, license agreements, construction contracts, non-disclosure agreements, subcontract agreements and other complex commercial agreements that establish business relationships with customers, subcontractors and partners.

    • Identifies and reviews business, legal, and contractual risks, advises organization on acceptable contractual language and strategy to mitigate the risks, and develops and executes on negotiation plan.

    • Engages with business units, legal and other functions to obtain approval for non-standard contractual positions in accordance with corporate and business unit policies.

    • Demonstrates knowledge to analyze and structure contracts to ensure compliance to company policy, and other relevant, applicable requirements.

    • Collaborates with legal, sourcing, and other functions to draft and maintain contract templates.

    • Trusted Business Advisor.

    • Provides processes and guidance to the sales organization, business units, and functions to ensure contracts satisfy corporate requirements, organizational goals and customer needs.

    • Advises the business units on our contractual rights and remedies throughout the duration of a business relationship.

    • Leads risk assessment and customer negotiations on significant and complex sale proposals to execute a negotiation plan in collaboration with the Business Unit to mitigate risks.

    • Exercises discretionary judgment in selecting appropriate method based upon established policies and procedures to resolve commercial and contractual issues to conclude negotiations and disputes.

    • Develops training materials and training plan to deliver training to meet territorial needs of the business and sales.

    • Shares best practices and lessons learned from on-going and closed negotiations.

    • Leads process improvement efforts to facilitate improved outcomes.

    • Serves as Subject Matter Expert to Contracts & Negotiations team by providing advice and training.

    • Ability to work both independently and as part of team.

    • Develops networks with key contacts outside own area of expertise.

    • Enthusiasm for relationship building and partnership across the organization at all levels.

    • Values working in a team oriented culture and building consensus with stakeholders before making key decisions.

    • Actively pursues personal continuous learning, development of skills and knowledge within field

    • Actively participates in global calls and meetings via phone or in-person.

    • Some travel may be required and conference calls outside normal working hours.

    • Participates in departmental process improvement and project activities.

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    Industry:
    Not Specified
    Job Category:
    Corporate
    Location:
    Milwaukee - Wisconsin
    Job Summary

    The Lead Financial Reporting Analyst is a direct report to the Manager, Financial Reporting and will work closely with other members of the Corporate Controller’s Group. This position serves as a key advisor to help the company solve global accounting issues, particularly relating to U.S. GAAP accounting and reporting. This position has a high level of visibility to finance leadership, including Treasury, Tax, the Corporate Controller and the senior executive management team, and requires coordination with staff in headquarters, business, regional and functional organizations both inside and outside of the finance organization. The ideal candidate for this position is a results-oriented, bright, resourceful, service-driven finance professional with an exceptional eye for detail, strong written communication skills and a desire to sharpen their technical accounting and reporting skills.


    Other important skills include:

    • The ability to proactively manage multiple short and long-range tasks, as well as tight deadlines and time sensitive pressures, and remain even-tempered.

    • Effective leadership, interpersonal and communication skills; ability to interact with senior leadership, staff, peers, and external service providers.

    • Superior attention to detail.

    • Ability and desire to assume additional responsibility and be a candidate for other roles in the medium-term.

    Principal duties:

    • Monthly/quarterly accounting and reporting:

    • Responsibility of the following complex accounting and reporting areas:

    • Global consolidated pension accounting, including cost allocations, cash flow reporting, tax support, and footnote preparation for 10-Q and 10-K filings.

    • Derivatives and hedging.

    • Assist in review of quarterly 10-Q and annual 10-K reports filed with the SEC.

    • Lead quarterly Related Party procedures.

    Technical accounting:

    • Provide technical accounting support and analysis for new accounting standards, investments, acquisitions and divestitures.

    • Conduct SEC and FASB research as required.

    • Serve as primary business partner to HR Global Benefits and lead global financial reporting efforts for employee benefits:

    • Preparation and review of our annual U.S. employee benefit plan financial statements: multiple U.S. benefit plans and a master trust (2 require SEC Form 11-K filings).

    • Ensure timely and accurate Form 5500 filings. Coordination and oversight for U.S. GAAP employee benefit financial reporting and accounting matters.

    • Support annual assumption setting process and maintain relationship with third party service providers, including interaction with external actuaries on matters related to both U.S. and global regulations.

    • Provide technical accounting support and analysis for acquisition and divestiture transactions on matters pertaining to employee benefits.

    Other:

    • Work closely with external auditors in the quarterly review, annual audit, and Sarbanes Oxley compliance process.

    • Work on special projects as assigned by the CFO, Corporate Controller, or other Senior Corporate Officers.


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    Industry:
    Not Specified
    Job Category:
    Corporate
    Location:
    Mequon - Wisconsin
    Job Summary

    Position Summary:

    The Lean Project Manager leads and facilitates crossfunctional projects engaging multiple functions to achieve process excellence. Stakeholders include: Sales, Marketing, Engineering, Manufacturing and Support teams across Control Products & Solutions business and functions. Other responsibilities include:

    • Lead crossfunctional teams to achieve process improvement

    • Achieve project deliverables (time, cost and objectives) and productivity results through improvement sustainment

    • Positively lead teams and organizations through change. Communicate effectively to teams and leadership to ensure support for resources and buy-in for change

    • Listen to and grasp team and project stakeholder needs to cultivate collaboration

    • Knowledge of Six Sigma, Lean, and Change Management methodology tools

    • Navigate corporate culture / developing positive working relationships with stakeholders and project team(s)

    • Lead materials cost savings projects

    • Experience hands-on leadership of crossfunctional & crossgeography process improvement projects

    • Facilitation of Value Stream Map & Kaizen events with experience in challenging situations and overcoming setbacks

    • Partner with sourcing, OES, SSO, CE, Development, MFG and other functions to identify and deliver cost savings projects

    • Ability to be placed in demanding environments and drive towards objectives

    • Information Processing Capability Ability to manage ambiguity and data to find improvement opportunities through prioritization

    • Comfortable leading change in areas outside of subject matter expertise


    Complexity:

    • Awareness, knowledge and guidance of Continuous Improvement principles, methodologies and tools to support achievement of Continuous Improvement Program and Rockwell Automation business objectives

    • Possesses an understanding of product portfolios and customer needs

    • Collaborates with and manages multiple stakeholders including manufacturing, sourcing, internal business units, sales, marketing, third party partners, etc.

    • Stays current with direction of business unit and executes Continuous Improvement strategies that ensures productivity in changing business environment

    • Ability to understand and lead technical and materials productivity initiatives

    Temperament:

    • Ability to drive change in a positive manner despite challenges to timelines, deliverables and resources. Humble, inquisitive, bias towards action & courageous aptitude to take on larger roles beyond this position

    • Remains calm under pressure

    • Highly resilient; pursues tasks with drive and a sense of urgency

    • Consistently moves problems toward resolution

    • Committed to developing strong relationships and collaborative partnerships

    • Supports the goals and initiatives of other businesses and functional support organizations

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    Industry:
    Not Specified
    Job Category:
    Corporate
    Location:
    Mexico City
    Job Summary

    Rockwell Automation, the world's largest company dedicated to industrial automation, employs about 22,000 individuals globally, makes its customers more productive and the world more sustainable. Throughout the world, our flagship Allen-Bradley® and Rockwell Software® product brands are recognized for innovation and excellence, and serves customers in more than 80 countries worldwide.

    When you choose Rockwell Automation, you join talented employees who have helped us establish our leadership position in the automation industry over the past century.

    You join a diverse, inclusive and global community with a passion for innovation. A place where you can partner with great minds and inspiring people.

    As much as we focus on our customers, we know our employees are key to our success and future. Helping you develop a rewarding career is a top priority. Because when you succeed, we succeed.

    Role Purpose
    The Contracts Manager works cross collaboratively across business units and functions to facilitate the contracting process while aligning with the company’s values of Customer, Pursuit of Excellence, Speed, Integrity and People.

    Key Responsibilities:
    • Negotiates. Negotiates and drafts contractual documents such as sales agreements, license agreements, construction contracts, non-disclosure agreements, subcontract agreements and other complex commercial agreements that establish business relationships with customers, subcontractors and partners.
    • Risk Evaluation. Identifies and reviews business, legal, and contractual risks, advises organization on acceptable contractual language and strategy to mitigate the risks, and develops and executes on negotiation plan.
    • Approvals. Engages with business units, legal and other functions to obtain approval for non-standard contractual positions in accordance with corporate and business unit policies.
    • Compliance/ Contractual Analysis. Demonstrates knowledge to analyze and structure contracts to ensure compliance to company policy, and other relevant, applicable requirements.
    • Contract Templates. Collaborates with legal, sourcing, and other functions to draft and maintain contract templates.
    • Trusted Business Advisor.
    o Provides processes and guidance to the sales organization, business units, and functions to ensure contracts satisfy corporate requirements, organizational goals and customer needs.
    o Advises the business units on our contractual rights and remedies throughout the duration of a business relationship.

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    Industry:
    Not Specified
    Job Category:
    Corporate
    Location:
    Mexico City
    Job Summary

    Rockwell Automation, the world's largest company dedicated to industrial automation, employs about 22,000 individuals globally, makes its customers more productive and the world more sustainable. Throughout the world, our flagship Allen-Bradley® and Rockwell Software® product brands are recognized for innovation and excellence, and serves customers in more than 80 countries worldwide.

    When you choose Rockwell Automation, you join talented employees who have helped us establish our leadership position in the automation industry over the past century.

    You join a diverse, inclusive and global community with a passion for innovation. A place where you can partner with great minds and inspiring people.

    As much as we focus on our customers, we know our employees are key to our success and future. Helping you develop a rewarding career is a top priority. Because when you succeed, we succeed.

    Role Purpose
    The Contracts Manager works cross collaboratively across business units and functions to facilitate the contracting process while aligning with the company’s values of Customer, Pursuit of Excellence, Speed, Integrity and People.

    Key Responsibilities:
    • Negotiates. Negotiates and drafts contractual documents such as sales agreements, license agreements, construction contracts, non-disclosure agreements, subcontract agreements and other complex commercial agreements that establish business relationships with customers, subcontractors and partners.
    • Risk Evaluation. Identifies and reviews business, legal, and contractual risks, advises organization on acceptable contractual language and strategy to mitigate the risks, and develops and executes on negotiation plan.
    • Approvals. Engages with business units, legal and other functions to obtain approval for non-standard contractual positions in accordance with corporate and business unit policies.
    • Compliance/ Contractual Analysis. Demonstrates knowledge to analyze and structure contracts to ensure compliance to company policy, and other relevant, applicable requirements.
    • Contract Templates. Collaborates with legal, sourcing, and other functions to draft and maintain contract templates.
    • Trusted Business Advisor.
    o Provides processes and guidance to the sales organization, business units, and functions to ensure contracts satisfy corporate requirements, organizational goals and customer needs.
    o Advises the business units on our contractual rights and remedies throughout the duration of a business relationship.

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    Industry:
    Not Specified
    Job Category:
    Corporate
    Location:
    Milwaukee - Wisconsin
    Job Summary

    Position Summary

    This position acts as the primary project leader for large scale cross BU IT tools projects that impact the Control Products & Solutions (CP&S) businesses. These projects generally can be multi-year, multi-site and complex in nature. The Digital Tools Project Manager generally has responsibility for budget, time-line & implementation of large IT tools effecting internal CP&S employees or customers. This position primarily engages with stakeholders in both the business and IT functions.

    Essential Functions:

    • Demonstrated ability to lead large scale projects (multi-site, multi-business or global)
    • Ability to communicate effectively up and down the chain of command (orally or written)
    • Demonstrated change management expertise, ability to plan for and execute against a communication and change management plan
    • Demonstrated ability to lead complex projects through IT related business implementations or changes (indirect leadership)
    • Ability to collaborate with multiple functions (Influence)
    • Ability to remain calm when challenges arise from others or circumstances
    • Ability to effectively communicate with customers to obtain feedback
    • Experience in an engineered to order environment
    • Identify sub-process owners within the Engineered to Order end-to-end process
    • Work with Engineered to Order sub-process owners and capability teams to identify & refine process changes and improvements
    • Prioritize and ensure sub-process owners have a network of subject matter expertise for process information related to their areas
    Information Processing Capability
    • Demonstrated success in multiple corporate functions (e.x. success in sale and the business or success as a project manager and a manager of our proposal team)
    • Desire and ability to take on increasing levels of responsibility (promotable)
    • Demonstrated ability to succeed in areas of high complexity or ambiguity
    • Collaborate with and manage multiple stakeholders through data driven approach
    Temperament
    • Collaboration and Teamwork: Building strong relationships and partnerships across the Company to leverage ideas, capabilities, and processes.
    • Cross Cultural Competence: Embracing and acting upon the business value of cultural diversity by recruiting, developing, advancing and building good relationships with people of all cultural backgrounds.
    • Business & Financial Knowledge: Identifying and understanding key financial indicators of the business.
    • Global Perspective: Understanding global economic, political, demographic, social and technological trends and factors impacting the business and industry.
    • Customer and Partner Focus: Comprehend the needs and requirements of customers or business partners in order to bring strategic value to them. Have strong executive customer, partner and internal presence.
    • Influencing & Energizing Others: Instilling an energetic and enthusiastic response in others towards achieving company goals and priorities, and arousing others’ commitment and support
    • Critical Decision Making: Making sound and difficult decisions even in the face of multiple obstacles, particularly when under pressure or in high stakes situation
    • Accountable for Results: Realizing a sense of urgency around business imperatives and convincing others of that urgency.
    • Courage amidst Change: Leading and / or managing courageously during organizational change; taking appropriate risks and encouraging others to do so, this prompting a culture that values risk-taking.

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    Industry:
    Not Specified
    Job Category:
    Corporate
    Location:
    Sao Paulo
    Job Summary
    Rockwell Automation, the world's largest company dedicated to industrial automation, employs about 22,000 individuals globally, makes its customers more productive and the world more sustainable. Throughout the world, our flagship Allen-Bradley® and Rockwell Software® product brands are recognized for innovation and excellence, and serves customers in more than 80 countries worldwide.
    When you choose Rockwell Automation, you join talented employees who have helped us establish our leadership position in the automation industry over the past century.
    You join a diverse, inclusive and global community with a passion for innovation. A place where you can partner with great minds and inspiring people.
    As much as we focus on our customers, we know our employees are key to our success and future. Helping you develop a rewarding career is a top priority. Because when you succeed, we succeed.

    “Trabalhamos em um ambiente diverso e como parte de nossa cultura de inclusão respeitamos a sua individualidade. Por isto, para todas as nossas vagas consideramos candidatos PCDs, diferentes gêneros e etnias”.

    Em nosso estágio você terá a oportunidade de dar suporte ao time com as seguintes atividades:

      • Suporte ao contas a pagar desempenhando atividades como: pagamentos, baixas e reconciliações, atendimento ao fornecedor e ao Shared Service Center.
      • Conciliação bancária.
      • Atendimento a auditoria externa e interna.
      • Suporte as atividade de tesouraria.
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    Industry:
    Not Specified
    Job Category:
    Corporate
    Location:
    Milwaukee - Wisconsin
    Job Summary

    The HRBP provides strategy to align business goals with Rockwell Automation polices, process and programs by driving organizational effectiveness, leading change management, organization development, and delivering talent effectiveness programs. Demonstrates functional expertise and is seen as coach and trusted advisor to the business leaders, while supporting the leaders to create and maintain a positive work environment.

    Organizational Effectiveness and Workforce Planning

    • Partners with senior leaders and their direct reports to define short-term and long-term organization development requirements (workforce planning, development, culture, etc.).

    • Drives successful execution of new initiatives, including the rollout of business initiatives and programs focused on organizational and cultural change.

    • Partners with global HR colleagues, COEs, HR Services, and business leaders to create focus on business goals, including delivery of organizational effectiveness and workforce planning.

    • Leverages business acumen to partner with business leaders effectively.

    • Provide effective project management within organizational effectiveness and workforce planning.

    Leading Change

    • Partners with leaders through leading change initiatives to help set clear expectations, provide knowledge, resources, evaluation measures, and developing strength in leadership team to lead change.

    Manage Talent

    • Ensures strong leadership capability for the business and the development of leadership competency within the business. Facilitates the semi-annual Talent Review, including succession planning and identification of high potential employees. Leverages insights from discussions with leaders to address leadership gaps and opportunities, and ensure the creation of development plans to bridge the gaps.

    • Identifies the technical, professional and management training needs of the employees within the business. Ensure the necessary programs are available locally.

    Demonstrate Functional Expertise

    • This position is responsible for ensuring alignment between business requirements of the business functions they lead and Rockwell Automation’s HR policies, processes, and programs. In addition, has responsibility for identifying, leading and supporting HR strategies and initiatives within these business/functions.

    • Partners with leaders to proactively assess, develop and retain talent.

    • Advises and assists VP/Directors, and other appropriate business leaders regarding employee performance issues and actions required for improvement.

    • Understands the business environment and plans (competitive climate, growth, new products, technologies, etc…) and the impact on immediate and longer term talent needs.

    Coach and Trusted Advisor

    • Brings knowledge of the business strategy and provides reliable guidance to business

    • Provides counsel to business leaders to encourage trust building, information sharing, effective communication, respect, and inclusion resulting in greater personal and organizational effectiveness.

    • Coach leaders to build organizational capabilities, reduces complexity and partners with business leaders to maximize individual leadership skills and team performance.

    Work Environment

    • Partners with leaders to create and maintain a culture of inclusion where all employees feel valued and see Rockwell Automation as a place where they can do their best work.

    • Help to promote a positive and engaging work environment by creating or maintaining open communications and engage with Culture of Inclusion on Diversity and Inclusion priorities.



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    Industry:
    Not Specified
    Job Category:
    Corporate
    Location:
    Singapore
    Job Summary
    The Senior HR Generalist is responsible for a variety of Human Resources tasks or initiatives, including advising people managers on the execution of performance management, coaching, corrective action issues, team building, employee development and compliance initiatives. This role will provide primary operational (day to day) support for the managers and employees within the organization by designated geographic regions or locations. The position requires team participation and interfaces within all areas of Human Resources to provide exceptional and consistent support for managers and employees.
    • Partner with HRBPs, CoEs leaders at a local level to bring value and support to the business through:
      • execution of performance management
      • coaching
      • corrective action issues
      • team building
      • employee development
      • compliance initiatives
      • execution of university relations programs/activities
    • Provide feedback to HRBPs, COEs and HR Services to assist those functions to deliver continuous improvement and consistency to all employees.
    • Local deployment support of HR programs (ex. Implementing new payroll methods locally, SAP implementation, launching new CoE program, others).
    • Deliver HR training activities provided by the COEs or HR Services to managers and employees.
    • Partner with HRBP and Legal on execution employee investigations
    • Provide regional benefits support when needed (non NA)
    • Provide support for local languages and data gathering when site specific identified.
    • Required data for local activities when needed:
      • Tax audit, investigation, invoice data entry, legal review, EHS, compensation guidance, represent company in employee dispute
    • Manage, with input from hiring manager, all voluntary terminations, reductions in force. This includes planning, costing, and documenting all stages of the exit (with the support and direction from HRBPs).
    • Ensure, when site specific, all local policies and procedures are up to date along with any transition needed according to local legal requirements.
    • Provide guidance and support to local managers on performance management with the aim of preventing employee disputes.
    • Provide support for on-site audit/compliance reviews when necessary (regulatory/legal requirements). Comply with local laws related to ensuring a positive, non-discriminatory and safe work environment, and local union or work council requirements. These changes may include reviewing policies, procedures, handbooks and employment documents
    • Provide support as required for any company-wide changes or programs, such as employee development, restructuring, support HRBPs with org design and change management efforts.
    • Provide local support for corporate initiatives and programs, such as engagement and inclusion initiatives, global voices (employee survey) and action planning.
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    Industry:
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    Job Category:
    Corporate
    Location:
    Mexico City
    Job Summary

    Rockwell Automation, the world's largest company dedicated to industrial automation, employs about 22,000 individuals globally, makes its customers more productive and the world more sustainable. Throughout the world, our flagship Allen-Bradley® and Rockwell Software® product brands are recognized for innovation and excellence, and serves customers in more than 80 countries worldwide.

    When you choose Rockwell Automation, you join talented employees who have helped us establish our leadership position in the automation industry over the past century.

    You join a diverse, inclusive and global community with a passion for innovation. A place where you can partner with great minds and inspiring people.

    As much as we focus on our customers, we know our employees are key to our success and future. Helping you develop a rewarding career is a top priority. Because when you succeed, we succeed.


    Role Purpose:
    The Sub Region Manager is responsible for successful contract negotiations within an assigned territory. The Sub Region Manager will manage, evaluate, and develop a team of contracts professionals and serve as a point of escalation for the team. This role works cross collaboratively across business units and functions to facilitate the contracting process while aligning with the company’s values of Customer, Pursuit of Excellence, Speed, Integrity and People.

    Key Responsibilities:
    • Team Leader. Leads team of two or more direct reports. As an active negotiator and people manager, this role also serves as the first point of contact for direct reports needing to escalate contract issues.
    • Negotiates. Negotiates and drafts contractual documents such as sales agreements, license agreements, construction contracts, non-disclosure agreements, subcontract agreements and other complex commercial agreements that establish business relationships with customers, subcontractors and partners. Collaborates with sales, business units, legal, and other key internal stakeholders to develop and execute a negotiation plan to proactively engage and close customer negotiations in a timely manner.
    • Risk Evaluation. Identifies and reviews business, legal, and contractual risks, advises organization on acceptable contractual language and strategy to mitigate the risks, and develops and executes on negotiation plan.
    • Approvals. Engages with business units, legal and other functions to obtain approval for non-standard contractual positions in accordance with corporate and business unit policies.
    • Compliance/ Contractual Analysis. Demonstrates knowledge to analyze and structure contracts to ensure compliance to company policy, and other relevant, applicable requirements.

    Trusted Business Advisor.
    o Provides processes and guidance to the sales organization, business units, and functions to ensure contracts satisfy corporate requirements, organizational goals and customer needs.
    o Advises the business units on our contractual rights and remedies throughout the duration of a business relationship.



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    Industry:
    Not Specified
    Job Category:
    Corporate
    Location:
    Bayswater, MEL
    Job Summary
    The HR Generalist is responsible for a variety of Human Resources tasks or initiatives, including advising people managers on the execution of performance management, coaching, corrective action issues, team building, employee development and compliance initiatives. This role will provide primary operational (day to day) support for the managers and employees within the organization by designated geographic regions or locations. The position requires team participation and interfaces within all areas of Human Resources to provide exceptional and consistent support for managers and employees. The HRG will also play a pivotal role in expanding the HR presence throughout the organization and also supporting culture shifts through targeted initiatives.View More
    Industry:
    Automotive, Entertainment, Fibers & Textiles, Food & Beverage, Household & Personal Care, Infrastructure, Life Sciences, Marine, Mining, Metals & Cement, Oil & Gas, Power Generation, Print & Publishing, Pulp & Paper, Semiconductor & Electronics, Tire & Rubber, Water Wastewater
    Job Category:
    Corporate
    Location:
    Katowice
    Job Summary
    Ensures appropriate end to end process design, synchronizing process changes in all regions
    Defines, proposes and delivers a compelling long term process agenda
    Acting as an effective change agent in process operations and design transformation
    Monitors and manages process performance
    Benchmark against internal and external reference points
    Drives & synchronizes process continuous improvement plans with other process owners within the value chain and other interfacing processes
    Ensures operational effectiveness through: monitoring and reporting process performance against KPIs
    Assure alignment and seamless collaboration within the process and with internal and external stakeholders
    Act as a focal and escalation point
    Ensures proper design and execution of relevant process controls and compliance with regulatory requirements
    Leader of GFO’s GRC process and administration
    Manages a team of up to 4 direct reports plus functional project teams where applicable
    Ensure efficient staffing and succession planning
    Drive high employee engagement and empowerment
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    Industry:
    Not Specified
    Job Category:
    Corporate
    Location:
    Richland Center - Wisconsin
    Job Summary

    The HR Plant Lead is responsible for a variety of Human Resources tasks or initiatives, including advising people managers on the execution of performance management, coaching, corrective action issues, team building, employee development and compliance initiatives. This role will provide primary operational (day to day) support for the managers within the organization for the Richland Center, WI manufacturing location.

    The position requires team participation and interfaces within all areas of Human Resources to provide exceptional and consistent support for managers and employees. The HR Plant Lead plays a key role in expanding the HR presence throughout the organization and also supporting culture shifts through targeted initiatives.

    • Partner with HRBPs, CoEs, and leaders at a local level to bring value and support to the business through:

      • execution of performance management, including involuntary terminations.

      • corrective action issues.

      • team building.

      • employee development.

      • succession planning.

      • workforce planning.

      • compliance initiatives.

      • coaching.

      • execution of university relations programs/activities.

    • Assist managers with communication and change management for key changes.

    • Foster an inclusive culture by supporting the Workforce Engagement initiative.

    • Provide feedback to HR Services and CoEs to deliver continuous improvement and consistency to all employees.

    • Act as an advocate and catalyst for change in supporting the HR Delivery Model.

    • Local deployment support of HR programs (ex. Implementing new payroll methods locally, new HCM system, launching new CoE program, others).

    • Deliver HR training activities provided by the COEs or HR Services to managers and employees.

    • Partner with Legal on execution employee investigations.

    • Ensure, when site specific, all local policies and procedures are up to date along with any transition needed according to local legal requirements or organization change.

    • Provide guidance and support to local managers on performance management with the aim of preventing employee disputes.

    • Provide support for on-site audit/compliance reviews when necessary (regulatory/legal requirements). Comply with local laws related to ensuring a positive, non-discriminatory and safe work environment. These changes may include reviewing policies, procedures, handbooks and employment documents.

    • Provide support as required for any company-wide changes or programs, such as employee development, restructuring, support HRBPs with org design and change management efforts.

    • Provide local support for corporate initiatives and programs, such as engagement and inclusion initiatives, global voices (employee survey) and action planning.


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