Bain & Company Inc

HR Administrator with Spanish and English

Job Location PL-Warsaw
Job ID
2018-2664
Posted Date
2/6/2018
Category
Human Resources
Type
Regular Full-Time
Location : Location
PL-Warsaw

Overview

Based in our EMEA Shared Service Centre in Warsaw, the role is to provide administrative support to the HR Team in allocated offices. The role is deadline-driven and demands exceptional time and data management, proactivity as well as great attention to detail. The job holder will work remotely from the people he/she supports (both local HR team and consulting staff) and therefore, excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to forge strong and successful working relationships without face-to-face interaction are essential.

Responsibilities

  • HRIS Administration (Workday)
  • Performs data audits
  • Performs data entry (all business processes, including contract management, hire, job change, compensation change, termination, including upload and audit of supporting documents)
  • Drives proactive engagement of local HR teams in supported offices to confirm Workday events (hires, leaves, transfers, terminations, probation periods)
  • Ensures HR and compensation data is error free in advance of payroll deadlines and Headcount reporting deadlines in each supported office
  • Prepares and analyses ad hoc statistics/reports on HR related questions
  • Supports preparation of HC dashboards and ad hoc reporting requests in supported offices

 

Qualifications

  • Person with at least 1-2 years of experience in HR Administration
  • Very good Spanish and English is a must
  • Proficient user of Excel
  • Previous user of HRIS systems (such as Workday, PeopleSoft, SAP or similar)
  • Someone with attention to detail and sense of service
  • Proactive person who is able to work on own initiative
  • Someone with a “can do” mentality who is a team player
  • Previous experience in working with German clients and familiarity with German labor law would be a strong asset

 

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