HR Support Services Officer

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Employer: Amaris
  • Human Resources - Psychology
  • Job type: full-time
    Job level: 0 - 1 years of experience
  • Updated at: 11.10.2017
    Short company description

    Amaris is an independent, international Technologies and Management Consulting Group. Created in 2007, Amaris is already established in over 50 countries and supports 500 clients worldwide throughout their projects’ lifecycle. Our expertise covers 5 areas of innovation: Business and Management, IT/IS, Telecom, Engineering and High Technologies, Biotech and Pharma. With 65 offices across the World, the Group offers proximity support to its clients in all their locations and many opportunities of international careers for employees.

    In 2018, Amaris aim to reach a turnover of 260 million euros, 5000 employees and develop its workforce due to a further 2000 new job openings predicted throughout the year. We expect to triple our workforce within the next few years and reach a leading international position in independent consulting.


    Graduated from a business school or University Bachelor degree with specialization in HR.

    Previous experience in General HR is required.

    Rigor and good communication and writing skill are required.

    You speak English, German and French fluently.


    Attached to a Corporate Human Resources Manager, the HR Support Services Officer will be in a team in charge of support service accessible to any employee on HR questions. In addition, he handles directly some countries support service and work on positioning this new team.

    The HRSS Officer is responsible for:

    Providing trainings and taking care of welcome meetings for the new employees of the department

    HR Support
    - responding and providing resolution to inquiries and requests on HR topics,
    - documenting HR information and activities,
    - identifying trends in support requests,
    - identifying opportunities to improve administrative processes,
    - Proactively identifying systems or support issues and determine short and long term actions and possible solutions.

    Knowledge Management