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HR Manager - Aveiro, Portugal, Portugal

Job Details

  • Department:Human Resources
  • Job Title:HR Manager
  • Reports to:HR Business Partner, Group Operations
  • Location:Aveiro, Portugal
  • Hours of Work:40h
JOB PURPOSE (SO WHAT’S YOUR NEW ROLE ABOUT?)

This role will be the HR Manager for the Aveiro office. As a key member of the local management team and in particular working closely with the Head of Operations for the site this role will provide a full range of HR functions tailored for the local employment, legal and cultural environment. Reporting into the HR Business Partner for Group Operations they will be accountable for making sure the full range of the Group Ops People Plan initiatives are implemented locally. They will also be responsible for running the payroll (via a third party supplier), leading recruitment for the location, ensuring we are legally compliant and dealing with any employment relations issues. They will be supported by and have strong links to the HR Centres of Expertise based in London as well as using the broad network of HR counterparts in other countries globally.

 

KEY DELIVERABLES (WHAT WILL YOU DO IN YOUR NEW ROLE?) % of role
Provide reliable advice on legal, contractual and HR issues in line with the local terms and conditions of employment 20%
Support and coach managers to effectively manage all aspects of employee relations issues ensuring a pragmatic business and best practice approach 10%
Be accountable for maintaining good knowledge of Portuguese employment legislation and educate managers in the key areas to be aware of 10%
Support the local management team in the annual People Survey and the follow up workshops and actions. This also includes supporting the local management team and liaising with the Centre of Expertise and Head of HR both annual salary review (ASR)process and performance and development review (PDR) process. 25%
Manage local recruitment activities for permanent employee (not freelancers) in line with the process & procedures defined by PERFORM’s Recruitment Manager. Providing information on the activities as when required to the central function 10%
Liaise and manage the local payroll provider ensuring they have the information required in a timely manner and escalating any issues to the central payroll function as when required 10%
Maintain all employment data for the hub in line with local legal requirements and add that information in systems 5%
Update and maintain the HR information system for all employees based at the office 5%
Be the local point of contact for any localised HR matters 5%
ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS (DO YOU HAVE THESE ESSENTIALS TO BE CONSIDERED FOR AN INTERVIEW?) Skill Level (out of 4)
Sound knowledge and practical application of current Portuguese employment law, procedures and processes with good experience of advising on, implementing and improving these areas
Ability to communicate effectively, succinctly and professionally to all levels of staff
An upbeat and positive attitude with the ability to persuade and influence other
Customer driven, collaborative with a hands-on approach and the proven ability of identifying pragmatic business focused solutions to problems whilst recognising risks and implications of suggested actions
Confident self-starter able to work independently in a business partnering manner as well as effectively as part of an HR team
Enthusiastic about HR and what it can deliver with a successful track record of delivering HR services and business support
Strong organisational capability, able to prioritise and delegate to meet deadlines and to manage large volumes of diverse work, providing creative solutions where necessary
Strong MS Office and IT literacy with the proven ability to create and deliver workshops and presentations
Professional Humana Resources qualification desirable
Experience of working in a fast paced environment autonomously and comfortable with elements of ambiguity.

 

THESE ARE THE PERFORM COMPETENCIES YOU’LL NEED TO SUCCEED IN YOUR ROLE….
Planning & Organising -Ability to set priorities, goals and time tables to achieve maximum productivity.
Communicating with Impact -Ability to effectively exchange information, news, ideas and meaning in a business environment.
Drive & Energy –Self–motivated and driven to succeed, focused on results and passionate about the job.
Teamwork & Collaboration -Working collaboratively with a group of people in order to accomplish a task or achieve a goal.
Customer Orientation –Building and maintaining external and internal customer satisfaction with PERFORM products, services and expertise.

 

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Here are some of the things you can expect working at Perform; collaboration, innovation, ever changing, empowerment, work hard and personal development.

BENEFITS

You’ll have Private medical insurance!

And there’s more…… You’ll have access to the Perform online learning portal (MindTools) and be part of our Career Deal, which aims to support your continued professional development. We also have a structured management development programme. If you fancy a move abroad; Perform are currently seeking the best talent in a number of countries around the world!

*Please Note – some of these benefits will be available to you upon successful completion of your probation.

 

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