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Employer: Vast Visibility Limited Liverpool, sucursala Iasi
  • Human Resources - Psychology
  • Job type: full-time
    Job level: 1 - 5 years of experience
  • Iasi
  • Updated at: 30.08.2017
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    You have

    Fluent English spoken and written
    >3 years Human Resource experience
    Superb communication skills honed in business partnering / advisory roles
    Experience of dealing with senior individuals
    Commercial acumen
    Ability to shift priorities quickly and act proactively, while maintaining organisation and control
    A quick learner who can process lots of information and prioritise actions

    You might have

    Experience in software development companies
    Experience in insuretech or fintech
    Knowledge of the latest trends associated with online technology and marketing

    Successful people at vast:visibility

    Make it happen
    Are comfortable with being uncomfortable
    Are team players



    HR strategy implementation
    People management and development
    Recruitment and retention: managing talent and succession planning
    Employment contracts and rewards
    Employee relations: including managing absence, disciplinary, grievance and sickness
    Measuring employee satisfaction and identifying areas for improvement
    Performance management : coaching managers on performance management issues and processes (inc appraisal)
    Culture and attitude development

    Other info

    With the growth of the business we are looking to recruit a permanent HR Manager within Iasi, Romania. ​Up until now HR responsibilities have been fulfilled by the management teams in the respective sites (Iasi, Romania and Liverpool, UK). The role requires an experienced and proactive individual with a high level of interpersonal skills, accompanied by commercial acumen. The successful candidate will have strong business partnering / advisory skills and experience of working with senior managers to deliver HR services and of advising managers on all aspects of people management and development.

    Reporting to the CEO you will have a professional and commercial approach to HR with a focus on delivering high performance and high employee satisfaction. You will serve as a key member of the management team evaluating, advising on, developing, and implementing HR strategy and performance in cooperation with the business leadership team. This will include: recruitment and selection policy / practices, retention, discipline, grievance, counselling, pay and conditions, contracts, training and development, talent management, succession planning, staff satisfaction measurement, moral and motivation, culture and attitude development, performance appraisal and quality management.

    You will need to liaise with senior management to understand all necessary aspects and needs of HR development and to ensure that they are fully informed of HR objectives, purposes and achievements. In additional you will be responsible for maintaining awareness and knowledge of the latest HR development theory and methods and where appropriate provide suitable interpretation to directors, managers and staff within the organization.

    Whilst you will spend the majority of your time focused on the team in Iasi there will be opportunities for the right individual to also engage with and assist the UK operation in their HR activities.

    Fluent English speaking and writing is a must.