Training Support Assistant with Spanish

Employer: Michelin Romania
  • Customer Support - Client Service
  • Human Resources - Psychology
  • Administrative Assistance
  • Job type: full-time
    Job level: 1 - 5 years of experience
  • Updated at: 14.08.2020

    As a Training Support Assistant with Spanish, you will:

    • Provide administrative and logistical support during the trainings and development actions (e.g.: ensure the resources, mailing the attendance sheet, enrollments)
    • Update and keep the record of the training sessions in the systems;
    • Act as a point of contact for employees and trainers;
    • Resolve issues as they arise on site;
    • Recommend improvement of the process;
    • Provide the required training information for the local reports;
    • Create and propose reports regarding the key performance indicators that are measured;
    • Manage the generic email address with a response in the agreed lead-time by ensuring the level of quality of the service following Group politics and procedures.
    We would like you to bring to the team:   · Fluency in English and Spanish (at least B2 level); · Attention to details and focus on results; · Ability to learn/to adapt to new processes; · Strong knowledge of Microsoft Office package (especially Excel). · A 1 year experience in a back-office or administrative position would be a plus; · A team-worker attitude and customer-oriented approach.

    In Michelin, we offer:
    • A multicultural environment based on respect and transparency;
    • Flexible work schedule and home-office options;
    • Meal vouchers and lunch discount;
    • Private medical subscription;
    • Deduction of vacation costs;
    • Dedicated commercial offers from our partners; 
    • The option to customize your own benefits package with: book rental service, gym access, massage or dental subscription, contribution to private retirement pension, deduction of public transport costs.
    How we recruit: Once you submit your application, one of our recruiters reviews it. If your profile fits our role:
    • We have a phone call to get to know each other;
    • We hold assessments to see your language skills and competencies;
    • We meet in a face to face (or online, depending the context) interview, with a recruiter and the hiring manager.
    Pass all stages with flying colors, and we’ll send you an offer.