HR Admin and Payroll Specialist (German)
Posted on Aug 28, 2019 by Blu Selection
You are an HR administrator with great knowledge of Payroll who would like to take on more responsibilities on an international level.
Or maybe you are already a senior HR specialist who is managing the full employees' life cycle including payroll, hitting your targets and getting a great compensation.
Either way, you are doing very well.
But is this the company that is going to challenge you next?
Your approach is customer and quality-oriented, understanding every employee's motivation and difficulties and providing full guidance.
Still, could you be the true fit for this position?
You know the inns and outs of Swiss labour contracts and are willing to share your expertise, at the same time looking forward to deepen your knowledge. You want to work for and learn everything related to Human Resources from world's leading HR experts.
But honestly, is this something you are really looking for?
Your methodological approach and attention to detail probably come from an HR or Business-related degree or similar certification.
You know that managing the employee's cycle and payroll requires not only great people skills, but also strong analytical skills and work with numbers. You know that accuracy is the key.
But even though, would you be the one to succeed in this role?
You are strong with Excel and experienced in managing various HR-related tools. You know exactly how to handle 3rd party providers (especially on the Swiss market).
But the only thing that is really keeping you from this opportunity is finding out more about the role by having a call with us.
Our client is a globally-known company, one of the leaders in the services provided. Their Shared Service Center is located in a vibrant city of Barcelona.
Taking the responsibility of full employee life cycle for 130 peers who are working under the Swiss branch of the company is a big ask. They provide service of excellent quality to their clients from all over the world, setting the standard of the professionalism.
So, here is the challenge.
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