SK / EN

Junior HR Generalist - Partizánske

Job description, responsibilities and duties

Main scope of the role is to provide top quality HR support to Honeywell business units based in Partizanske.

The HR Generalist will work closely with local leaders, CoE’s (Centers of Excellence) and HRS in supporting the business and driving the HR agenda.
HR Generalist will be part of local Partizanske HR team and the role will involve cross-business and cross-site responsibilities and/or projects. HR Generalist reports to local HR Manager.

Responsibilities:
• Staffing activities, responsible for the whole process of recruiting. Candidates interviewing, close cooperation with hiring managers.
• Counsel and coach management and employees on performance and employee relations related matters. Create a performance culture - coach leaders on talent management, performance differentiation and link rewards and recognition to raise the performance bar.
• Anticipate and identify ongoing and future business capability needs and directs the development of skills to support business requirements through staffing, talent development, organization design, performance management, and succession planning processes.
• Drive and deploy Honeywell HR procedures and policies and compliance with all employment laws and regulations.
• Manage employee/labor relation and legal issues, and serves as the investigative resource, coordinating with employment lawyer on all related issues.
• Anticipate, plan and execute HR activities in context of broader business decision
• Demonstrate current knowledge of contemporary trends in HR
• Understand and embrace use of technology and data to improve HR processes
• Ensure that HR technology tools are used effectively and that HR data standards are enforced
• Understand the business culture and employee mindset to assist leadership in balanced decision making
• Implement Positive Employee Relations strategies for business cluster
• Demonstrate awareness of external labor environment, climate and activity

Requirements:
• University degree
• 1-2 years + of HR experience
• Deep Slovak labor code knowledge
• Communication skills
• Experience of working in a large multinational corporate, matrix organization
• Fluent English
• Excellent PC skills

Other benefits

• Unique opportunity to work in truly international environment
• Long-term perspective in prestigious international company
• Opportunity for further professional and career growth
• Latest technology development
• Attractive package

Contract type

full-time

Required education

Secondary with school-leaving examination
Follow-up/Higher Professional Education
University student
University education (Bachelor's degree)
University education (Master's degree)
Postgraduate (Doctorate)

Educational Specialization

Human resources

Language skills

English - intermediate

Information about the selection process

http://www.profesia.sk/praca/honeywell/C1131

Partizánske
Honeywell Safety Products Partizanske is considered as a global leader in the production of personal protective equipment. Our local office is based in the former Bata´s factories since 2010, when we acquired the Sperian company through its worldwide acquisition. As a company we are keeping the Bata´s footwear tradition as shoes are stable part of our product portfolio. We are currently one of the biggest production plants in the region (employing 700 people). Under the Honeywell brand in Partizanske we are manufacturing the following products: protective footwear, steel and knitted gloves, fall protection gear (harnesses, ropes and blocks), head, face and hearing protection (safety goggles, face shields, respirators, welding masks and helmets) and protective clothing.

Are you seeking for long term career growth within stable international company? Now you have an opportunity to become part of Honeywell in Partizanske - join us today and send us your application or contact us directly.


Contact
Honeywell, spol. s r.o.
V Parku 2326/18
148 00 PRAHA 4
Czech Republic
ID: 1631353   Dátum zverejnenia: 17.2.2014