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The Company

This global manufacturer is a market leader that provides goods and services to a broad customer base around the world. With operations in 100 countries, this company is constantly evolving and adapting to market needs, and as a result has created a new HR Lead role for their Southern Europe region.

The Role

This is an individual contributor role with a possibility to be based in Barcelona or Florence. You will be working with a small regional population providing best-practice HR expertise to enhance an already capable team. Working alongside regional stakeholders in the business, you will act as a business partner to advise on all HR topics, including Talent Acquisition and Talent Management strategies and be able to execute at an operational level within the region, in line with global HR and wider business goals.  

The Individual

This role requires a strong HR Generalist who is able to demonstrate proven best-practice HR achievements within a multinational corporate environment across manufacturing, FMCG or Consumer industries. You are a great communicator, passionate about talent management, and have an international mindset. Due to the regional coverage and nature of the role, it is essential that you speak Italian, Spanish and English fluently and have experience with local labour laws in these regions. - unfortunately we will be unable to consider applications that do not meet these criteria.

Unless the advertisement specifies otherwise, only HR Professionals who are legally able to work in this country can be considered.

Posted on 09 Jun 2017

ChapmanCG Pte Ltd

EA Licence No. 08S3543

At a glance

Job ref
AMIV-430730/AT
Job function
Generalist HR, Talent Management
Industry
Industrial & Manufacturing
International Coverage
Sub-regional
Global HQ
Europe
Global revenue
US$1-10 Billion
Solid report to
Southern European Area Business Director
Potential upsides
An excellent opportunity to step into a visible regional role in a thriving, world-class environment.
Potential downsides
You will need to affect changes through influencing stakeholders rather than direct management so you must have the maturity and change management experience to be comfortable in this type of environment.