EMEA Recruitment are currently working with an international business as they look for a Global Reward & International Mobility Lead.
Global Reward & International Mobility Lead - can be based in Switzerland / Netherlands / Germay / Spain or the UK
This newly created role would suit a self-starter who can create rewards programmes and implement them on an international scale. Strong project management skills and relationship management skills will also be needed to help drive the implementation of the new concepts.
Areas of responsibility for the Global Reward & International Mobility Lead will include:
In this newly created role, you will develop a global state-of-the-art rewards strategy, including compensation, benefits, short and long-term incentives
Lead the implementation of a global rewards strategy across all entities
Manage the annual compensation cycles on a global scale
Develop a modern job grading and career ladder approach, and lead the implementation globally
Frequently assess the effectiveness of the newly established rewards programmes
Develop the global international mobility approach, lead the implementation and handle all cases jointly with external agencies
Be responsible for building up and maintaining a global terms and conditions database, and setting up terms and conditions for all newly created entities
Manage the total rewards approach for newly acquired companies, and ensure the integration of employees into the company-wide compensation and benefit plans
Evaluate the external rewards landscape by keeping up to date on modern rewards approaches
University studies in Human Resources, Business Administration or similar
Being strongly interested in rewards and international mobility
Have 8 years of experience in Human Resources, and 5 years of experience in rewards and international mobility in a dynamic, multi-national business environment
Be highly interested in modern rewards approaches and love to implement them based on the best fit for the organisation.
Deep understanding of an employee-centric reward approach
Strong business acumen and understanding of cultural differences in designing the global rewards strategy and concepts
Ability to handle various tasks and projects at the same time, and a strong analytical and strategic mindset
Strong networker and team player with a can-do attitude
Fluent in English verbally and written, German is a plus
If you are looking for a company with a strong international co-operation, can-do attitude, who focus on quality and growth mindset, this is the role for you!
If you are interested in applying for this Global Reward & International Mobility Lead role please register your interest using the link below, alternatively please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org for a confidential conversation please call Keeley in our Zug office on +41 41 508 7007.
We are working with an extremely dynamic consumer goods business, looking for a Senior Finance Manager to join as a key member of their European Finance organisation, to be located in Dublin (or in the UK).
Senior Finance Manager, Dublin, Ireland or UK
The company have a proactive approach – both to sustainability and to innovations - both across their product lines and in their approach to developing Finance practices.
In a period of growth and development for the business, the role of Senior Finance Manager is well suited to a Commercial Finance professional, looking to work as part of the leadership team locally. You will oversee the financial performance of the market in close partnership with Sales colleagues.
Responsibilities of the Senior Finance Manager:
With a focus on commercial strategy, working as a business partner to the leadership team and driving performance through insightful analysis
Provide visibility to stakeholders on sales performance through ROI analysis, providing key insights to ensure sound investment decisions
Full P&L responsibility for the market
Monitor and own the tracking of promotions and rebates, reviewing against performance KPIs
Working in partnership with the indirect leadership team and also managing initiatives to improve direct channel profitability
Manage the availability of customer credit through provision of accurate forecasting
Carry out financial modelling regarding customer relationships, retail store investment and direct channel expansion
Provision of training and support to non-Finance colleagues, to aid the overall financial capability across the market
Educated to minimum bachelor’s degree level. Accounting/Finance qualification, such as CIMA/ACCA/ACA, and/or master’s preferred
Experience of working in an FMCG/consumer goods environment
Demonstrable, strong Commercial Finance skills
Action orientated with an energetic and enthusiastic approach
Clear communication skills and a desire to question the status quo, always looking for ways of improvement
Managing by example, motivating and coaching the team
Fluent English language – written and verbal
If you are interested in applying for this Senior Finance Manager role please register your interest using the link below, alternatively please send your CV to email@example.com or for a confidential conversation please call Jenny Callum in our Amsterdam office on +31 20 808 11 02.
My client currently seeks a Continuous Improvement Manager to drive internal programs across their UK manufacturing facility.
This role is focused on bringing the long-term, strategic improvement initiatives/projects for the site, rather than day-to-day operational activities alone.
With an influx of significant new orders acquired over the last year, my client seeks a strategist to synchronise operational processes to meet customer expectations. Our client is experiencing impressive growth, including new acquisitions and, as such, this role will expand in due course.
As Continuous Improvement Manager, you will bring long-term, strategic thinking to assist existing processes through reviewing, challenging and engaging all internal stakeholders towards building on long-term savings initiatives. You will also instigate training workshops to create a sustainable lean culture across the facility.
Continuous Improvement Manager - Gloucestershire, UK
As Continuous Improvement Manager, we are looking for high calibre leaders with the following skillsets:
Educated to degree or equivalent level in an Engineering discipline
Certification as Six Sigma Black Belt is advantageous
Project Management certification is also a key advantage
Proven experience of implementation with evidence of improvements of 8D, SPC, TPM, PPM, OEE
Previously identified, led and successful concluded projects ideally across multiple sites
Leadership and people management experience is essential - ideally within a change management program
Created and led training workshops with sustainable results
Strong awareness of HSE principles
High level of PC literacy, able to organise, plan and innovate, exemplary presentation skills
If you are interested in applying for this __ role please register your interest using the link below, alternatively please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org or for a confidential conversation please call John Byrne in our Zug office on +41 41 508 7007.
We are currently searching for a Supply Chain Manager to join our client, a large multi-national organisation, for a role based close to Swindon, UK.
Supply Chain Manager, Swindon, UK
This is a key role within the Supply Chain function, and has an analytical and data-driven edge, as well as the requirement to understand Operations and Production from a base level.
With end-to-end Supply Chain scope, you will ensure the smooth running of activities, and provide coordination to the Logistics and Distribution functions.
Other key responsibilities of the Supply Chain Manager include:
Provide system maintenance and overview, holding strong ERP (SAP) knowledge and systems implementation expertise
Be targeted with supporting the wide regional Planning department and achieve the associated corporate goals
Drive towards best-in-class customer service; you will work closely with various divisions including IT, Finance and the wider Supply Chain
Coverage of 15+ Manufacturing and 5+ Distribution centres
Be comfortable with just in time Supply Chain processes, and provide expertise, planning and inventory management in a fast-paced environment
Manage supplier flow between them and the plants, including distribution planning and order processing
Lead projects to optimise the supply chain and implement SAP Supply Chain modules
Contingency planning, corrective actions and proactive approach to supplier delivery topics and issues to minimise disruption
Ideally having operated in a Manufacturing environment, you will have prior knowledge of Supply & Demand Planning insights, Logistics & Distribution, and the ability to shape and understand the structure of the Supply Chain Manager role.
By taking a proactive Project Management approach, you will be able to identify improvement opportunities and implement these into the overall Supply Chain – the analytical and quantitative nature of the role will allow you to identify problems, make recommendations, assess performance and enhance planning processes.
As Supply Chain Manager, additional requirements include:
Educated to degree or equivalent level, ideally in an Engineering or Business discipline
Strong analytical and process skills, with some previous analytical experience (preferred in Logistics and/or Supply Chain) and ideally 5+ years working in an international environment within Supply Chain
Project Management expertise, PMP/PMI qualification would be an advantage
Advanced user knowledge of JDE Manufacturing-Distribution or SAP modules would be advantageous
Strong communication skills when dealing with diverse, international stakeholders
Fluent in English, any other language would be an advantage
If you are interested in applying for this Supply Chain Manager role, please register your interest using the link above. Alternatively, please send your CV to email@example.com or for a confidential conversation please call Neil Cope in our Nottingham office on +44 (0)115 860 2126