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Global Talent & Performance Lead, Frankfurt (DE)

Germany
Status shortlisting
Tags Compensation & Benefits Talent Management
Duration

permanent

Date posted

30 Jul 2020

The Company

This FMCG organisation is well-known in the consumer industry and is a multinational market leader known for its innovation and quality. The company has a track record of strong financial performance and is currently looking for a Talent & Performance Lead to join their company.

The Role

This newly created role will work closely with both the Talent and Rewards functions to help design and implement a new performance management agenda as the business transitions to a pay-for-performance model. You will also work on recognition programmes and be responsible for implementing the performance management module for the new HRIS system. The position has a mix of both strategic and operational requirements, working as a senior individual contributor.  

The Individual

You bring a minimum of 10 years of experience working in both Talent and Rewards, with a focus on performance management within a fast-paced and complex matrix environment. You are familiar working with different HRIS products to build-out and drive capability through the use of recognition and pay-for-performance programmes. Fluent business English and German is mandatory.

At a Glance
  • Job Function
    Compensation & Benefits Talent Management
  • Industry
    Consumer Goods
  • International Coverage
    Global
  • Global HQ
    Confidential
  • Global revenue
    US$1-10 Billion
  • Solid Report To
    VP, Global Rewards
  • Potential upsides
    Great opportunity to influence senior leaders and shape business strategy.
  • Potential challenges
    Must be comfortable in a dynamic fast paced environment.
  • Job Reference
    AXLN-660266/AT
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