HR Business Partner

AFP Clear Lake Plant


  • Do you love a ‘hands on’ position where job ownership, thought leadership, and stretching your abilities is expected and supported?
  • Are you looking for a challenging HR opportunity that will allow you to have direct impact on maximizing the potential of our greatest asset – our employees?
  • Are you seeking a true HR partnership role that supports and drives the business?


If your answer is ‘YES’, then you may have found the next step in your HR career!


AFP advanced food products is one of North America’s leading aseptic private label/co-pack food manufacturers of innovative, shelf-stable cheese sauces, dips, puddings, sauces, and soups. Our facility in Clear Lake, Wisconsin is seeking to fill the role of Human Resources Business Partner with a creative, innovative, self-directed HR professional who thrives on multi-tasking while maintaining high attention to detail.  The successful candidate will be a servant leader who is positive and proactive with a ‘can do’ attitude.


This is an exciting position for someone with previous HR experience in a manufacturing environment who is interested in all facets of Human Resources and enjoys working in a collaborative team environment. The successful candidate will drive results in a role where they are hands-on in managing the day-to-day human resource functions and HR related projects.


We prefer to see a solid track record of generalist activities, superior leadership qualities and at least three years of human resource management experience. Manufacturing and union environment experience is preferred (not required) along with a degree in an applicable discipline.


We offer a very competitive compensation & benefit package, including immediate enrollment into the benefits and 401k program on your first day of employment. Starting pay is commensurate with experience and educational level.


AFP advanced food products, llc




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