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Olin Corporation - Chlor Alkali Products Division

Human Resources Generalist

Olin Corporation - Chlor Alkali Products Division - East Alton, IL

Olin Corporation is a leading vertically-integrated global manufacturer and distributor of chemical products and a leading U.S. manufacturer of ammunition. The chemical products produced include chlorine and caustic soda, vinyls, epoxies, chlorinated organics, bleach and hydrochloric acid. Winchester's principal manufacturing facilities produce and distribute sporting ammunition, law enforcement ammunition, reloading components, small caliber military ammunition and components, and industrial cartridges.

Olin Corporation’s Winchester Division has a

Human Resources Generalist



(not inclusive)

Develops, executes, and sustains Winchester Division Talent Initiatives.

Facilitates training and development activities for the Winchester Division.

Prepares and maintains HR policies and procedures.

Provides Performance Improvement Plan (PIP) coaching and conflict resolution to managers and employees, and work with other members of HR team to recommend improvements.

Analyzes and compiles HR data into reports and presentations as needed. Prepares extensive queries/reports and analysis of data as required.

Prepares and implements annual Winchester salary planning program.

Participates in salary compensation surveys, prepares analysis of results, and make recommendations for salary adjustments as required.

Conducts and prepares salaried job analyses using Hay point system.

Prepares and maintains salaried job descriptions.

Assists with On-campus College Recruiting and Succession Planning.

Supports the development of the Winchester Divisions Affirmative Action Plan.

Participates in diversity outreach, and ensures compliance with AAP/EEO regulations and requirements.

Administers the Winchester Division executive relocation program.

Performs salaried employee recruitment, interviewing, selection and orientation.

Responsible for data entry and maintenance of salaried employee compensation and other HR files.

Participates in or lead special projects as required.

Position to reside in East Alton, IL or Oxford, MS.


(not inclusive)

Bachelor’s degree required. Human Resources, Management/Organizational Leadership, or Business Administration discipline preferred.

Minimum of 5 years HR Administration experience such as analysis of compensation programs, AAP development and implementation, and HR recruiting/employment.

Experience with an applicant tracking system preferred.

Superior organizational, communication (written and verbal), interpersonal, analytical, research, and presentation skills.

Must be an independent self-starter who requires minimal supervision and can work effectively with all levels of management.

Individual must keep current with HR industry trends, laws, and regulations.

Excellent Microsoft Office skills; advanced Excel skills preferred.

Excellent PeopleSoft Query report writing skills.

Some travel required.


Business Acumen


Customer Focus

Decision Quality

Drive for Results

Hiring and Staffing


Interpersonal Savvy

Managerial Courage

Organizational Agility

Time Management

Written Communications

“Olin is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.”

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Olin Corporation - Chlor Alkali Products Division


Human Resources Generalist Olin Corporation - Chlor Alkali Products Division - East Alton, IL, United States


Location: East Alton, IL

Company Profile:
Founded by Franklin Olin in 1892, Olin Industries began as a blasting powder company, supplying powder to Midwestern coal fields. The company's success soon prompted its expansion into small arms ammunition and the formation of the Western Cartridge Company in 1898. Olin Industries went on to play a critical supply role in U.S. defense during World Wars I and II. By the 1950s, Olin Industries had expanded into a wide range of businesses, including brass and other nonferrous alloys, arms and ammunition, explosives, cellophane, cigarette and fine papers, construction fastening systems and forest products. The Olin Corporation is the result of a 1954 merger of Olin Industries and Mathieson Chemical Corporation. Although both companies were founded in the same year, over 100 years ago, and had complimentary manufacturing businesses with similar philosophies, they produced very different products.