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Head of Human Resources

Other Nicosia, Cyprus
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Role Overview: The Human Resources Manager will work closely with the wider management team in developing and executing the entire spectrum of Human Resources activities for the company including developing a comprehensive HR strategy for organising and implementing the required policies and procedures in line with the organisation’s objectives. As the organisation is in early stages of development, this is a great opportunity for the right candidate to help shape the business. Key Duties/Responsibilities:
  • Clearly communicate the Company’s vision and values and strengthen people’s motivation and engagement through targeted activities.
  • Prepare the annual HR related budgets (learning & development, recruitment etc.).
  • Design and maintain such HR policies that support the corporate strategy (e.g. Employee Handbook, Remuneration & Reward Policy, Recruitment Policy, Succession Planning, and KPIs).
  • Effectively facilitate the performance evaluation process and consolidate the annual results into structured reports so as to enable decision-making at the top management level.
  • Lead the talent identification process; develop and manage key talents.
  • Align the rewards and incentives practices with the corporate strategy.
  • Determine manpower needs and sources, evaluate and recruit talented professionals.
  • Identify training needs and prepare trainings plans at organisation, team and individual level.
  • Prepare HR related reports with meaningful indicators for the Top Management.
  • Ensure compliance with the legal and regulatory framework in relation to the local labour legislation.
  • Build strong working relationships with all stakeholders (internal and external).
Key Skills/Experience:
  • At least 8 years of professional experience in a Senior HR role.
  • Broad experience in the design and delivery of people initiatives.
  • Hands-on experience balancing the competing needs of multiple stakeholders i.e. business, trade union, individual employees.
  • Experience working within a unionised environment and communicating with trade union representatives in Cyprus.
  • University degree.
  • Excellent command of the Greek and English languages, both verbal and written, and highly effective communication skills.
  • Sound knowledge of the Cyprus Employment Law.
  • Reliable and discreet with confidential information.
  • Impeccable integrity and ethical standards.
  • Ability to persuade and motivate people to work effectively together towards the Company’s objectives.
  • The ability to forge trusted working relationships at all levels.
  • Commercially-orientated and strategically-minded, but hands-on in approach.
  • Ability to work under pressure and manage deadlines, solutions-orientated and focused upon delivering results.
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