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Advisor HR Regional Shared Services EMEA Endress+Hauser

Endress+Hauser is a global leader in measurement instrumentation, services and solutions for industrial process engineering. Despite employing over 14,000 people worldwide, we have remained a family company, and are proud of our close-knit working environment. There are always two sides to working with us - the professional and the personal. Together they add up to a more rewarding career, day in and day out.

The Culture:
The culture at Endress+Hauser is powerful and is underpinned by their core values and principles known as “The spirit of Endress+Hauser”. There are in excess of 14,000 Endress+Hauser employees worldwide, it is important to the company that their employees feel most comfortable in an environment where they can tackle challenging issues as part of a real community. Where projects are not only fascinating, but also the product of a real team – not just a list of names. Endress+Hauser employees are measured, treasured, challenged and championed.

The Opportunity:
Endress+Hauser are establishing a HR Regional Shared Services Centre for EMEA (27 countries) and the Irish Head Office located in Kill, Co. Kildare is the chosen location.

This newly created position will support the Head of HR RSS EMEA and work as part of a team of 4
Ensure that accurate and timely workforce analytics are provided to management
Co-ordinate and execute workload to ensure that SLA’s are adhered to
Proactively manage escalations ensuring customer satisfaction is maintained at all times
Act as first point of contact for employees, managers and HR for enquiries related to HR data administration

It’s all about you:
You will be educated to degree level in HR or a relevant discipline
You will have a minimum 4 years’ experience in a core HR function with specific experience in customer service and HR process design, transaction support and employee administration
You will have worked in a HR team ideally in a global organisation
You will be highly organised with a strong consultative approach and have effective communication skills with an ability to influence stakeholders

We welcome your enquiries and applications to endress@clark.ie or call Niamh Mullen, Head of Recruitment or Deirdre Coghlan Murray, Managing Director, Clark on +353 45 881888 for a confidential discussion.

For a full job description:
https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/cap/view/1583059675/

Closing Date for Applications January 10th 2020

All applications will be treated in strictest confidence