My client is a global organisation, specialising in medical technology and leading out inpatient care and discovery. Providing innovative solutions to support medical research, enhance diagnosis, improve medication, and promote infection prevention, employees here work as part of a collaborative and collegiate culture to achieve organisational goals and to add value in the medical space. Currently, seeking an experienced professional to join their business to provide advice and counsel to managers and employees across a variety of employee relations matters.
In joining this organisation, you will partner with leaders across a multisite environment in Ireland and operate as part of a global structure. This key hire will have responsibility for;
- Providing clear and consistent advice to senior leaders and people managers as well as employees across employee relations issues, performance management and policy implementation.
- Developing last and trusting relationships with stakeholders both internal and external to the organisation.
- Being the key point of contact for Union representatives in relation to negotiations, disputes and queries.
- Partnering with the HR Director and Employment teams to review and make efficient recommendations on complex employee matters.
- Collaborate with other Centre's of Excellence in the organisation to develop employee effectiveness, Human Resource compliance and employee training programmes.
- Tracking and interpreting trends in the employee relations space to proactively identify issues and intervene with high class solutions.
Ideally, to apply for this position, you will have a Bachelor's Degree in Management, HR or Psychology and possess a high level of experience working in an Employee Relations Lead position.
You will demonstrate your experience and ability to manage a wide variety of complex, high risk and sensitive employment related cases from intake to investigation to resolution. An ability to work in a fast paced, professional and dynamic environment and to adapt to changing priorities is key.
Strong analytical skills and the capacity to exercise sounds judgement based on policies and procedures is highly important. So too is solid and up to date knowledge of employment legislation.
Your natural capability to communicate effectively with all levels of the organisation through verbal and written styles and possessing confidence in your own ability to influence the decision-making process is vital.
To learn more, apply online or contact Arlene Moran on +353 1 632 1854 for more information.