Qualcomm Employee Relations Specialist - Senior or Staff in San Diego, California

Job Description:

Job Id N1955902

Job Title Employee Relations Specialist - Senior or Staff

Post Date 08/09/2017

Company-Division Qualcomm Incorporated


Human Resources

Job Area Human Resources

Location California - San Diego

Job Overview This role will be supporting HR Representatives and their related business unit(s)/departments/locations by providing leadership and consultation on employee relations (ER) matters related to US and some international employees/activity. Management of ER cases from beginning to conclusion or guiding the HR Representative in addressing the particular situation. Interprets policies and procedures, advises on fair and equitable employment practices, makes recommendations and provides strong leadership and guidance in support of our culture and complies with Qualcomm Policies along with Federal and State law. For global employee matters, there is a requirement to work with both in-country leads and external counsel to ensure that issues are dealt with appropriately. This role will also work on other ER projects as needed (e.g. ethics, policy, accommodations, coaching, training, M&A, or termination related). This position will require a candidate to be strongly skilled in processes, effective at interfacing with employees at multiple levels across the organization, will need to lead and manage change and possess the ability to work in an extremely fast-paced environment. This position also requires a high level of attention to detail and confidentiality.

Minimum Qualifications 10+years total HR experience (HR, ER, Staffing, Comp, Benefits)

5+ years ER case management as an HR Generalist or Specialist

Preferred Qualifications 2+ years in at least 2 of the following areas:

  • Training

  • Total Rewards Management

  • HR Compliance

  • Benefits

  • Diversity initiatives

  • Performance Management

  • Excellent/effective communication skills (both written and verbal)

  • Must possess experience within a dynamic fast-paced organization

  • Experience with a global workforce and knowledge of international considerations/laws/policies

  • Must be a self-starter, have the ability to multi-task and manage/drive multiple projects simultaneously, possess good problem-solving and conflict resolution skills, and strong facilitation/influencing skills.

  • Presentation skills a plus.

Education Requirements Required: Bachelor's in Human Resources or related discipline.

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