...enthusiastic and outstanding! ... helpful and present! ...young and smart!... ah, almost forgot:
This is in a nutshell the Lugera team in Romania.
A bunch of dedicated, happy people ready to face in a natural, positive and friendly fashion all your challenges... a bunch of people at the service of people, unconditionally!
We started with hope in our souls and a smile on our faces when many others were there, way ahead of us.
We managed to make our voice heard out loud and the warmth of our hearts touched each and every recruitment we accomplished... why? ...because we are caring people, driven by the power of
“WE CAN DO IT!”
And you know what? We continue this way! And Lugera Republic is whatever republic should be: smiles on every face, glamour on every "street", laughter and success in every "building"!
Everyone who applies for a Lugera job is officially a citizen of our republic!
Our client is an entrepreneurial company, with branches worldwide, producer of flexible pipes and thermal and electrical insulation sleeves, especially applied to automotive and mass transportation. The company designs and produces a range of products with textile substrate systems for engines, brakes, push pull cables, rubber hoses and metal, among many others.
Previous working experience of minimum 5 years in and HR Department of a manufacturing site;
Specific experience with recruitment, compensation & benefits administration, performance appraisal management, regulatory compliance, and positive employee relations;
Bachelor’s degree in psychology or similar education;
Good communication skills and working level of writing and spoken English;
Good analytical, interpersonal and organizational skills;
Ability to work independently, and hands on attitude;
Ability to coach peers;
Global vision and processes approach;
Availability to travel occasionally.
Implement the Group's HR policies and tools, as well as design, implement and administer local HR processes in compliance with local legislation/ Group Policies, providing necessary support to site management on human resources matters;
Ensure administration processes, providing the necessary support service to internal customers, preparing metrics, headcount reports and HR KPI’s reporting;
Ensure local legislation compliance, providing reports and updates on employment legislation;
Assist the Plant Manager and Group HR Director in the management of HR issues in line with business objectives and HR policies;
Laise with hiring managers and manage selection processes to ensure that vacancies are filled in a timely manner with high caliber candidates with the right skills and ensure on-boarding and follow up processes to be in place;
Prepare succession plans and support the site's staffing plan, taking responsibility as necessary for seasonal temporary recruitment;
Provide support to the local managers to design and develop job descriptions and training manuals to ensure employees have the right knowledge to perform at a high standard;
Supports plant-wide training needs for all plant, which include safety, quality and operational guidelines;
Developing and delivering engagement and communication plans which drive engagement and provide support to line managers in employee relations and employment law, ensuring that employment policies are implemented fairly and consistently;
Ensure you understand and comply with local and Company regulations, policies and processes and act as a role model. Guarantee working conditions in compliance with Group Health, Safety &Environment policies.