Bain & Company Inc

  • HR Administrator with German

    Job Location PL-Warsaw
    Job ID
    2018-3141
    Posted Date
    11/28/2018
    Category
    Human Resources
    Type
    Regular Full-Time
    Location : Location
    PL-Warsaw
  • Overview

    Bain & Company is recognized as one of the top international management consultancy firms. We assist major corporations worldwide with strategy formulation, acquisitions, organizational design and performance improvement. In 2015, Bain & Company opened the EMEA Shared Services Center in Warsaw, in order to provide the best-in-class internal support, efficiently and professionally, to both leadership and consulting teams in Bain offices across Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Bain is consistently recognized as a Great Place to Work (Glassdoor #1 in 2017)

     

    The role is to provide administrative support to the HR Team in allocated offices. The job holder will work remotely from the people he/she supports (both local HR team and consulting staff).

     

    Responsibilities

    Coordinator’s key responsibilities will cover some or all of the tasks identified below, or even specific tasks not in the list below:

    • HRIS Administration (Workday) – data entry and audits
    • Background check administration
    • Performance review administration
    • Administrative support in recruiting
    • Sustainability Analysis
    • Case Team Surveys and Pulse Checks administration
    • Human Capital Analytics (reports, dashboards)

    Qualifications

    • Person with 1-2 years of experience in HR or Administration
    • Fluent English (C1/C2) and very good German (B2/C1)
    • Proficient user of Excel
    • Previous user of HRIS systems (such as Workday, PeopleSoft, SAP or similar)
    • Exceptional attention to detail and fast learner
    • Someone with a “can do” mentality who is a team player
    • Good time management skills
    • Good interpersonal and communications skills Previous experience in working with German clients and familiarity with German labor law would be a strong asset.

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