HR Advisor Learning Development

Hours per week
40 hours
Salary indication
Vacancy number

About the job

About the job

Provide quality HR advice and service to the PEPN and PIEP workforce. Manage the Performance Appraisal process, Competence Framework, annual Training Need Analysis, Manpower Plan, Succession Planning and ensure a subset of the company’s vacancies are filled as well as delivering a subset of the annual HR Projects.

Principal Accountabilities :

  • Ensure company HSEQ policies, procedures and practices are followed.
  • Provide specialist advice and guidance to the PEPN and PIEP workforce (requested and unsolicited) helping them to identify their development needs.
  • Conduct training needs analysis and provide specialist advice and training options to managers and staff.
  • Manage the PEPN and PIEP’s performance appraisal process and Manpower planning timely and accurately.
  • Manage preparation of the annual Training Need Analysis and Manpower Plan. Update internal and external stored employee data related to performance and development.
  • Coordinate and advice the line Manager in the area of Talent Management (IDP process, special development programs, succession planning), Performance and facilitate implementing agreed action plan.
  • Manage and update Job Competence Profiles and PEPN Competence Framework in compliance with corporate as with national and international standards.
  • Manage and support (a subset of) annual HR Projects either in a project leader or project team member role as defined in incumbent’s annual PMGP.
  • Act as substitute for HR Advisor generalist role

Principal Challenges :

  • Dealing with a workforce of approximately 170 people onshore in many disciplines and offshore with different qualification- and competence levels and conditions.
  • Providing advice to the business about a range of learning and development initiatives and interventions.
  • Regular training needs analysis

What we offer

  • Fulltime (40 hours)role for a long term collaboration
  • Salary depending on your experience and background (max 5000)

Job requirements

  • Minimum a Bachelor in Human Resources
  • Minimum 10 years relevant experience in HR Advisor role in an international environment
  • Strong advising skills (persuasiveness) and providing the business with solutions to HR issues
  • Strong social skills and ability to communicate at all levels in the organization
  • Ability to set and work on multiple priorities simultaneously and meet associated deadlines without losing track of any of these priorities
  • Ability to work independently
  • Dutch working level proficiency mandatory

About the company

Our client is a major player in the oil & gas industry. The client is based in Rijswijk with its European HQ.

How does the application process work at Unique?
1. You applied for a vacancy.
2. We view your motivation and CV and determine whether you are suitable for the position.
3. If so, we will call you for a telephone interview.
4. After this we invite you for an interview at our location.
5. For some assignments you also make an online assessment. We will indicate this.
6. If we have seen and spoken to each other, you will start a conversation with the company.
7. We will let you know if you have the job and when you can start.

We read all the applications that we receive carefully. But due to the large number of applications that we receive on a daily basis we can only respond to the applications that match our client’s requirements. If you have not received a response from us within 5 working days, you have unfortunately not been selected for this position.
Please note that candidates must have relevant European working entitlements and be based in The Netherlands.

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Job information

Unique Uitzendbureau Den Haag

Laan van Nieuw-Oost-Indie 131 d
2593 BM 's-Gravenhage

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