Job Purpose : This role works closely with managers at all levels to implement a performance driven culture, to support organizational and cultural change, to optimize leadership capabilities, organizational effectiveness and strong engagement.
It is responsible for supporting people managers and employees and reports directly into the Head of HR in an environment characterized by change and complexity.
Core Responsibilities : Take full ownership for the entire employee life cycle for the units you support to include : Recruitment and Onboarding Performance Management Talent Management, including critical talent and succession planning Learning and Development Engagement and Retention Organizational design (including workforce planning) Compliance with employment law, policies and procedures Change Management Act as a trusted advisor to managers on all people matters, from strategy to implementation of best practice HR solutions Drive informed decision making by using data and metrics to identify key trends and determine root causes of issues in cooperation with the HR Manager Identify and take action on coaching opportunities at individual and team level Act as first point of contact for all ER issues and employee life cycle matters Understand organizational priorities and contribute to achieving business and HR goals that align with strategic goals Drive ongoing HR projects, such as roll out of HRIS, quality management, work-
life balance and wellness programs Contribute to the development of the HR function Share HR best practice, act as a role model and coach to junior HR team members and HR operations team Organize HR team activities and events Challenge the status quo and champion continuous improvement to build a great place to work Your Profile : At least 7-
easily approachable, responsive, active listener, empathic and inspiring trust Self-starter and innovator, with the capacity to softly persuade and engage through strong arguments Professional proficiency in English and fluency in at least another language among French, German and Luxembourgish In-
depth knowledge of Luxembourg employment law and market practice Demonstrated competence in people development, coaching, negotiating, conflict management, employee relations and change management Experience with design and delivery of learning and development solutions Expertise in HR metrics, KPIs and at ease with reporting and number crunching Strong business acumen combined with pragmatism, project management and problem solving skills Ability to work alongside different management levels and to use data, experience and personal credibility to guide decision making Positive, engaged and committed team player Flexibility, with high tolerance for ambiguity Able to work effectively in complex and changing environments while preserving strong stakeholder relations Superior work ethics and personal and professional integrity If you meet the above profile requirements and wish to apply for this position, please apply online via jobs.
lu and send your application (CV, letter of intent and copies of your degrees).