Human Resources Generalist
Specialism / Function
Full Time Employment
ABOUT THE ROLE:
As HR Generalist, you will report directly to the P&C Director of Grant Thornton Luxembourg. You will provide support in the recruitment, selection, induction and orientation, performance management process, as well as taking part in various punctual HR projects. You would require a high level of professional and ethical standards in communicating with your co-workers at all levels.
- Be responsible of the recruitment process from Intern to Manager levels for all our Business Lines;
- Support our P&C Director on all HR activities such as staff management, performance review, talent management, Trainings follow-up, …
- Daily support on any punctual HR projects;
- Conduct all other HR administration duties where appropriate;
- Use Microsoft Suite extensively to prepare professional documents including procedures and presentations.
SKILLS AND ATTRIBUTES:
- Bachelor or master’s degree in human resources;
- At least 3 to 4 years of experience in recruitment and talent acquisition;
- First experience in a fiduciary in Luxembourg is mandatory;
- Fluent in French and in English; knowledge of Luxembourgish and/or German would be an advantage;
- Sound knowledge of labour and social security law;
- Proficiency with Microsoft applications and HRIS;
- Organisation skills, problem-solver and multitasking;
- Dynamism, leadership and autonomous;
- Attention to details and rigorous.
HOW TO APPLY:
Please send your CV with the reference Human Resources Generalist by email at email@example.com.
All applications will be treated as strictly confidential.
All personal data that will be collected from candidates as part of the recruitment process, will be processed in compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (Regulation (EU) 2016/679), (Enforcement date: 25 May 2018).
This among others means that they will only be processed based on one of the possible legal basis (as per Art. 6 of the GDPR), be it with the candidates’ consent or on the basis of an employment contract. This also means that personal data will not be retained for more than required by the GDPR or by applicable Luxembourg laws i.e. beyond completion of the recruitment process.