Interim HR Generalist

  • Kraków, małopolskie pokaż mapę
  • Specjalista
  • 08.01.2019
  • Ważna jeszcze 20 dni (do 07.02.2019)

    Pracodawca ma prawo zakończyć rekrutację we wcześniejszym terminie.

    We could make smartphones, rockets or sports cars… but we make what we do best for the past 100 years – paper and packaging products that people depend on every day. Join us to discover Infinite Possibilities that we offer at International Paper’s Global Business Services Center in Kraków.

    Interim HR Generalist
    for a period of 12 months
    Location – Kraków

    Why is this job for You

    You will work with internal clients to provide close support to the respective departments in all areas of HR, including: compensation & benefits, talent acquisition, performance management, labor law & regulatory compliance, employee engagement, development & training, analytics and reporting. You will work in an open, creative environment in a stable international company. Our belief is that sharing is caring, so we learn from each other and inspire each other to grow. You will also have an opportunity to work in the EMEA environment and participate in local and global projects.

    You will

    • Be a single point of contact for managers/employees in all HR-related topics
    • Build and maintain partnership with your local, as well as EMEA and global colleagues, to contribute to regional and corporate HR initiatives
    • Support Talent Acquisition team in recruitment and employer branding activities
    • Advise managers and employees on labor law-related matters
    • Work closely with managers and Compensation & Benefits team to ensure good awareness and understanding of the EVP, particularly: appropriate job matching and salary review meetings
    • Drive engagement survey process in the respective departments and facilitate implementation of impact plans
    • Drive internal performance and development programs
    • Advise on a broad scope of employee-related issues. Resolve employee grievances and appeals, support disciplinary actions when necessary
    • Develop and implement career and succession planning programs to ensure that the right talent pool is available and developed
    • Ensure goal alignment of the HR strategy with business strategy of International Paper and the respective departments
    • Support the business in identifying training needs using various tools (e.g. performance evaluation data, psychometric tests), also by supporting creation of personal development plans

    You have

    • Minimum 3-years of professional experience in international environment, preferably as HR Generalist or HR Business Partner or other leadership position
    • Previous experience with a global business company (would be beneficial)
    • Higher education, preferably economy, sociology, psychology, or human resources management
    • Knowledge of labor law
    • Excellent communication skills
    • Self-reliance and pro-active approach
    • Training and presentation skills proven by professional experience
    • Demonstrated competence to work with a minimum level of supervision
    • Cognitive flexibility
    • Fluency in English
    • Other languages such as French, Italian or Spanish (would be an asset)

     

    Benefits

    Newly renovated, people friendly office in the city center
    Very wide range of Medical Services
    Big choice of social fund benefits (not only Multisport)
    Free language classes in multiple languages
    Training & development opportunitites
     
    Multiple Health and Wellness initiatives
    Company parties and team building events
    Flexible working hours based on business requirements
    Numerous charitable initiatives (CSR)
    Working for one of the most ethical and sustainable companies in the world
     


    Please submit your CV in English.

    If you are excited about this role, please send us your application in English with a statement below.
     
    "I hereby agree for processing my personal data, included in my application for a job, for the purposes of recruitment process, according to the Data Protection Act of 29 September 1997, unified text published in the Polish Journal of Laws (Dziennik Ustaw) of 2002, no. 101, item 926, later amended."
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