HR Manager Opening-Novartis Nutrition : LUSENET : Job Opportunities : One Thread

Minneapolis, MN My client, Novartis Nutrition, is focused on Quality Healthcare and is dedicated to maintaining and improving the health and well being of consumers and patients - at home or in health care delivery settings – through fulfillment of their nutritional needs. In partnership with health care professionals, our client offers the highest quality medical nutrition products and services to improve health and quality of life.Our client’s goal is to be the top performing company in the Medical Nutrition industry and to provide Superior Patient Care and Superior Patient Outcomes facilitating their Purpose: To Improve Lives; To Extend Lives and Save Lives.

The Human Resources Manager – Supply Chain, will be responsible for building a high performance work culture within the Novartis Nutrition Business. This individual will evaluate and improve existing human resources policies and programs, as well as create new programs in order to build a solid human resources infrastructure in a changing environment.

The successful candidate will have 6-8 plus years HR Experience, including at least 2 years Manager level/GeneralistConversion experience from traditional to HPO environment required, experience with Brownfield and Greenfield methodologies preferredPrior manufacturing and distribution experience requiredHealth care/Consumer Products background a plus

The qualified candidate will possess exceptional business acumen, strategic planning skills, organizational assessment, oral and written communication skills. Must have highly developed leadership abilities and interpersonal skills. Must be a performance driven, fast-paced individual with demonstrated abilities aligning HR goals with corporate objectives.

A Bachelor’s degree is required. MBA/MHR is preferred.

Daniel FlachFuturestep, A Korn/Ferry Company 215-656-5313 (office) 215-568-9911 (fax)

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-- Daniel Flach (, November 22, 2002

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