Are you an Human Resource/People & Culture professional looking for a challenge with a strong purpose and intrigued by the idea to make a real difference? Then you should read further! We strengthen our regional People & Culture team with an experienced, creative and passionate
People & Culture Manager - Regional Recruitment and Talent Acquisition (30 hours)
Greenpeace CEE holds an ambitious vision for the region: We aim for a fundamental change to address root causes of the climate and biodiversity crises, and we want Europe to be an example of a healthy, just and resilient society. At the heart of this ambition lies the conviction that we can achieve our vision only with passionate and competent people, who are willing to grow and collaborate in the best way possible. Attracting and finding these people with innovative, creative approaches and hands-on processes is the core of this role.
Who are we looking for?
We are looking for an experienced person with a rich proficiency in talent acquisition, hands-on experience in leading international full-cycle recruitment processes as well as curiosity to develop innovative, effective approaches to meet our hiring needs.
Your experience enables you to develop recruitment strategies that meet the organisation's short- and mid-term hiring needs.
Your curiosity drives you to follow sourcing trends, to experiment with fresh, daring approaches and to try new tools and processes.
Your passion for people makes you a perfect first point of contact for candidates, an interesting interviewer and a brilliant support for our hiring managers. You are implementing the highest recruitment standards and are keen to share them with others.
The scope of your work will include but not be limited to:
Development and implementation of a recruitment strategy
Innovating in approaches and tools like active sourcing, social-media recruitment, etc.;
Enhancement and development of the Application Tracking System Recruitee;
Improving our Employer Branding & Candidate Experience
For more details also see the Job Description.
Do you see yourself in this?
If you are someone who enjoys working with a wide diversity of people and is enthusiastic about attracting interesting and high performing people this might be the job for you! Experience with Greenpeace is not a must, more important is your ability to work on a regional level with a diverse set of colleagues. A true collaboration requires empathy, flexibility, resourcefulness, a high level of problem-solving skills and a proactive, solution-oriented approach to challenges.
If you or someone you know might be the perfect candidate and accept a good challenge, read the job description here and send us your application no later than July 21st, 2022.
The role holder is reporting to the Regional Director People & Culture. The position is flexible with weekly working hours between 25 to 30 hours. The successful candidate may be based in any of our regional offices in Bulgaria, Croatia, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia or Slovenia. The salary depends on the final location and is based on the organisation's salary system.
In all offices we offer flexible working hours as well as the possibility to work from home. We offer professional support for work related but also private challenges as well as attractive benefits. We expect our employees to grow in and with their roles - professionally but also personally. We support this with a diverse set of tools like coaching or mentoring and a vast palette of internal and external training.
Greenpeace is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of age, citizenship, colour, disability, ethnicity, family or marital status, gender identity or expression, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or any other legally protected characteristic and would like to invite you especially to apply.