Legal HR Officer (English & German/French)

Employer: Mantu
Domain:
  • Legal Services
  • Job type: full-time
    Job level: 0 - 1 years of experience
    Location:
  • BUCHAREST
  • Updated at: 31.10.2020
    Short company description

    Mantu is an international group providing guidance and services to businesses and entrepreneurs. We ourselves are entrepreneurs: we started out from scratch and built a successful business based on our values and our “Tomorrow is human” vision. We constantly generate opportunities for a vast talent community and encourage our team members to have an impact and make a difference. This is how our team has grown to more than 6,500 talented people of 95 different nationalities, spread across 5 continents and 55 countries. We have many brands in our portfolio and regardless of their expertise or the sector they operate in, they all share a single mission: achieving businesses’ and entrepreneurs’ ambitions.

    Requirements


    - Bachelor/ Master graduate in Law School;
    - Minimum 6 months of work experience in a related field in an international company or law firm;
    - Ability to grasp complex areas of law rapidly and accurately;
    - Ability to make research in national laws of different countries;
    - Ability to equilibrate priorities and organize work effectively to meet deadlines;
    - Ensure legal knowledge is up to date and be proactive in sharing this with the team;
    - Problem solving skills and ability to work in an international business environment;
    - Meticulous, detailed, well-organized and able to work independently;
    - Ability to work in English and German, French would be a plus;

    Responsibilities


    - Legal support on Social and Labour Law topics in multiple foreign jurisdictions
    - Drafting & reviewing employment agreements
    - Risk analysis
     Employment contract clauses
     Post-contractual obligations
     Validity of employee related documents
    - Breach of contractual obligations
    - Disciplinary procedures and Termination of Employment Contracts
    - Employment Policies