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Associate Director, HR - Performance

Our Company The Kraft Heinz Company is revolutionizing the food industry - we will be the most profitable food company powered by the most talented people with unwavering commitment to our communities, leading brands and highest product quality in every category in which we compete. As a global powerhouse, Kraft Heinz represents over $26 billion in revenue and is the 5th largest food and beverage company in the world. At Kraft Heinz, to be the BEST food company, growing a BETTER world is more than a dream - it is our GLOBAL VISION. To be the best, we want the best - best brands, best practices and, most importantly, the best people. It's a Question of Taste Do more, be more. Whatever your aspirations, experience something exceptional at Kraft Heinz. We'll give you the freedom to determine your own direction and deliver in your own style. Outperform our expectations and you'll move forward faster than you ever thought possible. Come ready to dream. Come eager to grow. Get a taste of what your career could be at kraftheinzcompany.com/careers. Job Description EMPLOYER: Kraft Foods Group Brands LLC POSITION: Associate Director, HR - Performance DUTIES: Responsible for ownership of the performance management system for the US Commercial Businesses (sales, marketing, R&D, and finance) that is built by the MBO (management by objectives) and routine excellence (PDCA/SDCA) programs. The Associate Director, HR - Performance is accountable for implementing performance management processes and policies in the US Commercial teams, participation in the development specifications and requirements for a software tool that supports the role, and maintaining responsibility to plan, improve and maintain the performance system in full. Specific duties include the following: Manage MBO processes, including goals cascade (coordinating and executing 800 team meetings), quarterly performance appraisals for 1,800 employees, managing 300 KPIs (definitions, data collection, tracking, automation of results, and others), and annual auditing of 1,800 employee MBO scores that directly impact each employee's bonus; Implementation of PDCA/SDCA problem solving methodology in partnership with the US Commercial areas, including development of tools, trainings, gap analysis and action plans; Provide guidance and support to the US commercial areas to develop and maintain routine management tools, including standard procedures (playbooks), rituals, calendars, templates, and visual management; Developing, maintaining and executing championship programs (results and routine based competitions) that recognize exceptional performance through variable compensation; Manage a team of two (2) associates to deliver for the US Commercial teams. REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor's degree (or foreign equivalent) in Business Administration, Finance, or a directly related field together with six (6) years of progressively responsible experience in the position offered or a related occupation in management analysis. Previous employment must have included experience with: PDCA and SDCA management methodologies; MBO Management by Objectives (Hoshin Kanri) methodologies; Leading and delivering performance management projects across multiple functional areas and countries; Reviewing and understanding P&L reports and other financial reports. R-15852
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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