EMEA Recruitment is proud to be assisting the recruitment of a Global HR Generalist to join a growing organisation as it emerges post-pandemic.
This is a newly created role, reporting to the Global HR Business Partner.
You will support all aspects of Human Resources, both locally at the headquarters in Switzerland and across the globe.
Global HR Generalist - Hybrid, Zurich, Switzerland
You will have an understanding of Swiss labour law and payroll, as well as the full employee lifecycle, including recruitment, onboarding, performance management (including calibration), career development and content learning.
This is a fantastic opportunity for continued learning and to advance your career, driving the business forward and achieving outcomes.
Responsibilities of the Global HR Generalist:
Understanding of payroll, including 3rd party providers
Overall responsibility and implementation of all core HR processes
Manage full employee lifecycle, from recruitment, onboarding, performance management and career development
Partner with local HR teams in all aspect of HR processes
Create a positive candidate experience with an effective recruitment process
Implement an effective talent programme to develop and retain employees and encourage skills transfer
Build an inclusive and diverse workplace for employees to succeed
Supporting the employee relations and engagement plan
The ideal Global HR Generalist candidate will have:
Previous HR experience at a generalist level (5 years+)
EMEA Recruitment is delighted to be working with Universal Music Group in its search for the Director, Internal Audit – Global. The position is based in Hilversum, the Netherlands.
This is a newly created role, responsible for identifying risk and performing audits across all operating companies and departments within the organization globally.
Director, Internal Audit – Global – Exclusive, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
In this role, the Director, Internal Audit - Global will acquire a strong knowledge of the group, its activities and operations, which place you in an important position to grow and develop the risk management program.
This position will have significant exposure with Corporate, Finance and Operations leadership, and regular interaction with personnel from various disciplines/functional areas.
Duties of the Director, Internal Audit – Global:
Jointly develop the annual risk-based audit plan with the Global Audit & Assurance team
Execute the annual audit plan
Lead and manage the Internal Audit team, develop clear and challenging team objectives, and monitor performance, while driving employee engagement
Set up the infrastructure to ensure quality of input, throughput and output of work by the IA team
Oversee and review each audit as delivered by the Internal Audit team
Participate in the annual risk assessment process
Act as a Center of Excellence to the team and management; develop effective communication and training programs
Embed data analytics as a standard part of audits
Continual development and enhancement of the audit report layout and presentation
Ensure that audit procedures are performed and documented in accordance with professional audit standards and policies
Manage the relationship with external consultants/service providers
Proactively manage relationships with business functions and other compliance teams
A minimum of 15 years of experience in a combination of Public Accounting, Internal Audit roles
Prior experience at Director of Audit level
Proven people management experience and skills
Degree from a major European university, with a major in Accounting, Finance or Business
Registered Accountant (RA) and IIA or equivalent membership
Strong understanding of governance and internal control regulations
Experience with SAP ERP, BPC and Hyperion FM is an advantage
Excellent verbal, written and communication skills
Exceptional leadership ability
Unquestionable integrity and professionalism
Multilingual - fluent English, another language is an advantage
A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a newly created Financial Controller to join one of the world's largest advertising companies based in Amsterdam.
This pivotal role will report into the Finance Director.
Financial Controller, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Your role, with the Management Accountant, will be to create one aligned, efficient and effective Accounting and Reporting function, which provides the required monthly reporting for the operating units.
Duties of the Financial Controller:
Ensure accuracy with the reporting of month-end P&Ls and balance sheets being part of the shared service function, using IFRS
Manage and control the intercompany elements of the balance sheet
Ensure adequate Finance processes and controls are in place to ensure compliance with SOX, statutory and client audits
To provide any ad-hoc reporting as and when requested
Support the Finance Director with the preparation and roll-out of Finance Shared Service Center function to other operating company
Manage and develop a team of 2 to actively train and improve staff knowledge and experience
Accuracy and timeliness of month-end reporting
Accuracy and timeliness of cost input for forecast and budget process
Full and detailed understanding of all balance sheet items with aging analysis
Skills and experience:
Fully qualified Accountant or equivalent (RA, RC)
Minimum 4 years of experience
Previous SOX experience or equivalent
Strong understanding of IFRS and Dutch GAAP
Can interpret and manipulate data in a logical manner
Ability to concisely and clearly present information to financial and non-financial people
Service mindset per the opcos as clients of the Shared Service Center
Collaborative and astute – able to build trust and respect within the network
EMEA Recruitment has been engaged on a retained basis to recruit a Head of Data and Analytics for a growing, privately-owned FMCG business.
The organisation is on its journey to use data and analytics in a more sophisticated manner, to impact growth potential and drive efficiencies across the business.
Head of Data and Analytics, Amsterdam, Noord Holland, Netherlands
This role will initially be aligned to Western Europe, working with leaders across the different countries to understand what they need from a data, reporting and analytics perspective, and in time will also pick up emerging markets.
The company has an agile approach and a result-driven culture. This role will be the key interface with the organisation, ensuring projects around advanced analytics, machine learning, AI and robotics are communicated and translated in a way that is easy for the business to understand.
The organisation is committed to development and internal promotion, so is looking for a driven individual, who will be the natural successor to the Global Data and Analytics Director.
Responsibilities of the Head of Data and Analytics:
Deliver key data and analytics capabilities, adoption and continuous improvement
Guide the region through the data and analytics journey, from transition to cloud-based technologies to advanced analytics
As the landscape evolves, introduce the business to AI and robotics
Act as data and analytics product owner for the region
Build engagement with analytics, developing a community of adopters
Create a library of engaging product awareness videos and demo sessions
Develop and deliver training for stakeholder groups, using modern interactive training tool
Work with a range of senior stakeholders across the business, including regional management, Brand leaders, Finance leaders, HR and Learning & Development
Significant experience in a senior Data and Analytics role, Product Owner or Scrum Master
Good knowledge of cloud-based data and analytics technologies
Immersed in Agile ways of working
High levels of integrity
Able to translate complex ideas into simpler concepts
Committed to learning and own development
Fluent in English - additional languages an advantage
Our client – a global leader at the intersection of finance and technology – is seeking a Payroll Specialist to join its friendly and vibrant team.
Your expertise and creativity will be at the heart of the team.
Payroll Specialist, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
You’ll be given a broad range of responsibilities to grow your career in a company that takes pride in hiring talented people and gives them lots of freedom to make an impact; a place where teamwork, fun and friendliness are core values.
Responsibilities of the Payroll Specialist:
Execute Dutch payroll in ADP
Ensure payroll set-up meets company requirements and records are aligned to guidelines
Maintain and reconcile payroll records
Verify and administer payroll data
Be responsible for processing of mutations and resolving discrepancies
Process pension subscriptions
Provide payroll feedback and data when required to support ongoing HR projects
Provide information to employees, managers and external stakeholders regarding payroll matters, benefit plans and collective agreement provisions
Confident in both written/spoken English and Dutch
Ideally have PDL certification (Praktijk Diploma Loonadministratie)
More than 2 years in international environment
Comfortable working to high standards in a dynamic and flat organization
My client, in the manufacturing sector, is looking for a German speaking Global Category Manager Indirect to oversee its Indirect Procurement categories globally and lead a team of buyers in its Zug office.
You will manage strategic procurement globally within Indirect, with a focus on Energy, Capex, Services and Packaging categories.
Global Category Manager Indirect – Exclusive, Zug, Switzerland
We are looking for candidates with a good foundation in global strategic procurement of indirect categories; in particular, an understanding of Energy and Capex in an industrial manufacturing environment.
As Global Category Manager Indirect, you will operate in a strategic leadership capacity, delivering cost reduction and value chain improvement programs across a wide region, through the implementation of best practice and management of Procurement activities for all indirect services categories globally.
Ideally, you will have previous leadership experience and category expertise.
We are looking for high calibre candidates with the following skillset:
Ideally 8+ years’ experience in Procurement in a similar position covering category management responsibilities
Procurement expert with experience of operating on a global scale, with a drive to deliver best-in-class purchasing methods
Previous experience with people management is not essential, but would be highly advantageous
Fluent English and German is essential – French would also be beneficial