What makes Europe one of our most important regions? It’s our presence in nearly every country, the AT&T Foundry in Israel and significant tech expertise in the UK, Czech Republic and Slovakia. But that’s not all. Our 5,000+ employees deliver a range of advanced solutions to multinational companies across the region and beyond.
This is an amazing opportunity for an experienced HRBP to join the team managing two HRBPs reporting to the International HR Director and operating across over 17 justification in a truly global mandate.
Lead the HRBP team and deputise for the HR Director, the role holder will apply well developed HR and People strategies to business leaders in EMEA JAPAC & LATAM.
Experience in talent and career development, organisational design, performance management, team leadership and business partnering the role holder will be an excellent manager and partner with execs and senior managers to create solutions for people orientated business needs.
Significant experience in a changing business where fast delivery is coupled with expertise and a sense for pausing when needed.
The role holder will operate at strategic and tactical level switching from one to the other quickly and seamlessly.
The role holder may have a traditional HR background but may want to broaden their reach and gain greater international experience.
experience over a significant business life cycle of growth and development in a business
Experience across a number of different markets working with different employment landscapes and cultures
Had a fantastic experience at at& for the last 14 years in different roles
Great team of colleagues that I worked with and a lot of different cultures which all worked well together.
Some managers do not know how to be a manager and manage a teamFormer Employee - Senior Specialist Technical Support
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