Nagra - Kudelski Group Zürich, Zürich, Switzerland
22 Okt, 2019Unbefristet
The company is a world leader in digital security. Act as valued business partner for Kudelski Security on all aspects of HR/People programs and support the delivery of such programs and processes. Be an effective problem-solver and extremely solution/results-driven. Identify organization development needs and drive the business to optimize team composition and performance. In addition to Kudelski Security support (approx. 70%), provide overall HR support for NAGRA-Kudelski Group in our US-HQ Phoenix office location, including various Corp functions (approx. 30%). Support recruitment goals and implement a recruitment strategy to attract local and regional talent and bring specialized cyber-security & industry skills to Kudelski. Partner with Kudelski Security leadership to build a strong and rewarding culture where employees are engaged, empowered by their work and energized by their working environment. Deliver strategic HR services to KS leaders, including the KS CEO, to support their business objectives, enhance team performance and increase effectiveness of the business. This requires a strategic focus, but a strong operational mind-set to deliver results. Provide effective guidance and consultation on employee relations issues; lead and facilitate resolution of issues with a balance between business and staff needs. Partnering with KS leadership, develop compensation strategies that lead to positive business results. Partner with sales operations and finance to ensure proper execution of a variety of variable incentive plans, including sales commission plans. Build and develop meaningful analytics for resource planning and reporting. Coach KS leaders and build upon their leadership capabilities; drive positive change and develop strategies to create a high-performance/high-accountability culture. Identify and/or design training programs to meet staff and organizational needs identified through performance assessment and career planning activities. Partner with AME Regional HR Team and Corp/Group HR functions to identify and share best practices. Collaborate on company-wide talent and change management initiatives. Draws upon and provides input to Corp/Group HR specialist teams to ensure tools & policies are effectively meeting the needs of the division(s) and region Administer Corp HRIS tool as it relates to client group requirements, including recruitment, performance development and compensation. Own and deliver special regional HR initiatives or projects as required. Assist in building and improving onboarding and induction activities to engage new-hires and promote quick alignment. Maintain a thorough understanding of current employment law and HR best practices in order to interpret applicability to current internal and external staff, locations and company policies. Generally support and foster an HR/People "culture of excellence". At least 8- 10 years leadership/managerial position within an HR Director and/or Sr. Business Partner role, preferably in a high-tech or high-growth environment. Strong executive presence and relationship management skills. Multi-cultural and/or global experience and sensitivity. Aptitude to multi-task, exhibit flexibility and work with little supervision is a must. Highly effective verbal and written communication skills, time management & planning capability, as well as strong conflict resolution skills. Must be able to partner and work in a highly matrixed, sometimes complex environment. Strong customer service mindset, attention to quality & detail. Sound data and analytical ability with excellent computer skills. HR certification a plus. English is required, other languages (French) is an asset. Bachelor's degree in business or HR management or equivalent; Master's degree a plus. 20-25% domestic travel; one global trip annually can be expected.