International Personnel Manager

The Personnel Manager coordinates and supports people management processes and systems for the international staff team (approx. 180 people worldwide)
2 Years
Full Time
As soon as possible
KEY RESULT AREAS
• Human resource management: Provide day-to-day human resource management for the UK-based international staff team, managing the employee lifecycle from onboarding to exit processes
• Compliance: Ensure all HR policies and procedures are up-to-date with current UK employment regulations, and are implemented effectively.
• Staff coordination: Coordinate the onboarding, transfer and exit processes for all non-UK based international staff, to ensure a consistent, quality and user-friendly service.
• Talent attraction and retention: Provide advice and support to senior leaders in the areas of talent attraction and retention, to build quality, depth and diversity in our international staff team.

SKILLS REQUIRED
• Strong administrative and management skills
• Good interpersonal and communication skills
• Able to interpret and apply legislative and regulatory frameworks
• Able to design and implement effective policies and processes
• Able to act as a consultant to team/ department leaders on HR/ personnel
• Able to influence and collaborate at all levels of the organization

STRENGTHS REQUIRED
• Service-focus
• People-orientation
• High emotional and cultural intelligence
• Wisdom and discernment
• Integrity and professional ethics

QUALIFICATIONS/ EXPERIENCE REQUIRED
• Experience in Human Resources/ Personnel or a related field
• Qualifications in Human Resources/ Personnel or a related field
• Experience working in a missions, church or charity sector (preferred)
• Membership of a Human Resources professional association (preferred)

Live opportunities are unsalaried. Most people joining OM have to raise financial support to cover their living expenses, usually through gifts from home churches and other supporters.

Interested?

Do you want to enable people in Austria to be a part of God’s work in the world through their giving? Would you like to set up fundraising campaigns so people will be helped quickly and effectively?
Your Tasks:
• Fundraising campaigns to promote world-wide OM projects
• Organisation of events for partners
• Support and development of our online-giving platform
• Development and implementation of strategies to raise new partners
• Regularly maintaining contact to our partners
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