70,000 to 80,000
Our client, a global Pharmaceutical leader is a start-up site, and as such creativity and a sense of fun are key in this highly progressive and exciting environment. Your resiliency and tenacity to always do the right thing will be critically important, as you help the senior leadership team and new managers acclimate to the environment and build out their organisations. A key part of our ability to attract and retain talent will come from our engagement & culture strategy, which you will play a key role in progressing.
Teamwork is crucial. To be truly successful, you will need to navigate a complex matrix, build meaningful relationships along the way, ask for help, and offer help to others. You will be part of a highly collaborative Ireland and global HR team, reporting to the HR Lead.
You will also need to be a confident communicator, engaging your stakeholders and managing expectations effectively.
Your CV should demonstrate continuous learning and career growth, showcasing your ability to work flexibly and highlighting your potential for further career growth. Ideally a background in Pharma or related manufacturing would position you well.
Works with business leaders to champion a high-performance culture and to create an environment of trust, dignity and respect, where behaviours are aligned to the Company values
Supports organisational change projects and their associated people implications
Work with client leaders to support delivery of their people strategy
Facilitates talent/performance management and succession planning across client groups, aligned to global processes
Provides effective coaching for leaders through handling of complex employee relations issues
As part of the Ireland HR team, support and lead projects across the country that support HR priorities.
3-5+ years experience in an HR role, ideally with experience of working in a HR Business Partner model, but all HR disciplines will be considered
Bachelors degree; CIPD qualification or relevant masters degree
Experience working in a large multi-national manufacturing environment would be ideal, but background is less important than outlook
Expected Skill Set:
Proven track record of HR delivery, either in a COE role or HRBP
Strong knowledge of Irish and European employment law framework
Effective at coaching and managing multiple stakeholders
Highly effective communicator with the ability to influence outcomes at all levels of the business
Ability to project manage multiple projects and initiatives through to successful delivery
Ability to build trusted partnerships and to work effectively with people at all levels
If you are eligible to work in Ireland and have the required experience for this role we would be delighted to hear from you. Please submit your CV in word format to email@example.com for consideration.