Regional HR Project Leader Greater Europe

Date: May 13, 2022

Location: Geneve, Geneva, CH

Company: L'Occitane

The L'OCCITANE Group is a global, natural and organic ingredient-based cosmetics and well-being products maker, producer and retailer. The Group is built on strong values of entrepreneurship, team work, respect and authenticity. It is committed to developing products that are environmentally friendly and sustainable.

The Group has eight brands : L'OCCITANE en Provence, Melvita, Erborian, L'OCCITANE au Brésil, LimeLife, Elemis, Sol de Janeiro and Grown Alchemist.

With a presence in 90 countries, our products are distributing in more than 3,000 stores in the world.

CONTEXT & MISSION:

 

We are looking for a highly motivated Regional HR Project Leader - Greater Europe (12 months fixed-term contract) based in our Headquarters in Plan-Les-Ouates!

 

She/he will work under the supervision of the Regional Human Resources Director and in close collaboration with local HR managers and General/Country Managers, leading regional HR projects that support country strategies. She/he will also interact with local & global stakeholders in the following areas: policy and program development, learning and development, talent management, internal communication, adhoc analysis & support on specific company/HR projects such as B-CORP, Diversity & Inclusion program, etc.

 

She/he will also help ensuring a high-quality HR support as well as the development, implementation and monitoring of standards and compliance in all areas of HR across Europe.

 

MAIN RESPONSABILITIES:

 

  • Learning & Development :
    • Deploy the Learning and Development strategy for the Region &  monitor the progress of the L&D roadmap with local L&D affiliates.
    • Support the organization of regional L&D initiatives like management or leadership program

 

  • Talent Acquisition / Talent Management:
    • Support the Regional HR Director on the monitoring and follow-up of the Horizon Program (High Potentials program)      
    • Support local HR & managers in the implementation of IDPs (Individual Development Plan) for their population, and specific development actions

               

  • Internal Communication & employee engagement:
    • Coordinate internal events like “Move for People” event/ Manage internal communication actions for the Region
    • Communicate and encourage best practices sharing across the teams
    • GPTW survey regional assistance & follow-up of local action plans

 

  • B-CORP & Diversity Equity & Inclusion roadmap implementation:
    • Support local countries in the achievements of their B-CORP local roadmap      
    • Coordination of translations when needed
    • Support the coordination of the regional DE&I Roadmap

 

  • Compensation & Benefits / HRIS support:
    • Assist the Regional Compensation & Benefits manager in all HR core processes duties according to the global HR agenda
    • Run adhoc analysis to support on the “Turnover reduction” project

 

 

 

HOW YOU CAN FIT:

  • Master’s degree in Human Resources, Business Administration, International Relations, or a related field
  • 1-2 years HR experience is required, including internship and/or apprenticeship
  • Fluent in English, other languages are a plus as we are operating a large region
  • Must possess a highly collaborative, inclusive, consultative, and resourceful work style
  • Great communication skills (written and oral)
  • Ability to manage priorities in an adaptable and flexible manner                                     
  • Result-oriented, proactive, problem-solving attitude
  • Service-oriented with a strong customer/end-user focus
  • Excellent organizational skills, follow-up skills and attention to detail
  • PC Literate, with good working knowledge of MS word, Outlook, Excel and PowerPoint as a minimum.  Knowledge of  SAP SuccessFactors  and content creation tools would also be an advantage.

 

STARTING DATE : 1st July 2022

Travel requirements: 10 %

Fixed-term contract for 12 months – full-time basis

 

L'OCCITANE is an equal opportunities employer. This means that, when making decisions about our employees' careers with us, our main considerations are their ability to do their jobs and develop in their roles.
One way we cultivate change is by creating a more diverse and inclusive workplace and organisational culture. As part of this, we are committed to building an environment that is free from discrimination and harassment where everyone feels respected and valued.
We recruit positive-minded people who share our core values and our commitment to sustainability.