Our goals - Your path

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Owner of payroll process for Marion and Supply Chain Facilities. Includes weekly payroll upload, configuring new hires into ADP, enrolling new employees in time clock, sending tax change request forms. 
  • Conducts recruiting for hourly positions. This includes posting jobs, sourcing resumes, completing phone screens, and scheduling onsite interviews.
  • Assists with answering general questions from workforce regarding policies and procedures.
  • Coordinates temporary staffing including primary point of contact for staffing agencies, submitting temp staffing payroll, keeping headcount sheet updated, processing temporary invoices, scheduling and assisting with temporary interviews.
  • Coordinates employee events.
  • Executes plants Charitable Giving Program and coordinates volunteering efforts.
  • Provides administrative support for Leadership. 
  • Files documents to support Safety, Quality, Production, and Human Resources.
  • Ordering, maintaining, and stocking of office, coffee, copier, kitchen and additional supplies as needed for the Marion Campus.
  • Sort and distribute the daily US mail and overnight deliveries; post all outgoing mail; and all return receipt/certified letters; maintain postage machine.
  • Point of contact for Pest Control, Water Deliveries, Cleaning Company, Vending, and Employee Uniforms for Marion Campus.
  • Assists with maintaining visitor badges and contractor documents.
  • Owner and driver of Plant Training Matrix, supports administration of on the job training initiatives for hourly workforce.
  • Leads new hire orientations for both Safety and Human Resources.
  • May conduct/lead EHS related trainings. 
  • Tracks safety committee participation. 
  • Provides additional support for EHS Manager as requested.
  • Other duties as assigned by Leadership. 

Your expertise - Our strength

Education: 

  • High School Diploma required with 3-5 years experience in a Human Resources role. 

Going Beyond. Together.

Competitive Benefits: Health Insurance, 401k with company match, year-end profit-sharing bonus, paid time off, and paid holidays.

Meaningful Work: Sika products enhance our surroundings and the work every employee completes helps positively impact daily lives by making our world stronger, more durable, and more reliable – every day.

Company Culture: Sika centers work culture around entrepreneurship where individuals have the power to make decisions, learn from mistakes, and define their career.

Community Involvement: Sika takes active roles in our community and aims to support volunteer work and charitable endeavors across the United States through rebuilding and giving back.

Sustainability Initiatives: Sika is committed to sustainable development, reducing environmental impacts, and assuming social responsibility. The company supports energy efficient projects and implements numerous measures aimed to boost economic, social, and ecological sustainability.

Sika Corporation is committed to a work environment that supports, inspires, and respects all individuals that apply. As an equal opportunity employer Sika will consider all qualified applicants without discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, national or ethnic origin, or other protected characteristics.

About Sika

With over 100 years of experience, Sika is a worldwide innovation and sustainability leader in the development and production of systems and products for commercial and residential construction, as well as the marine, automotive, and renewable energy manufacturing industries. Sika has offices in over 100 countries with over 300 manufacturing facilities and more than 33,500 employees worldwide. With annual sales of 11.5+ billion dollars in 2022, our commitment to quality, innovation, and the environment as well as putting our customer’s needs first, encompasses why Sika is the global leader in our industries.