HR Manager

Firm
Location
Madrid
Education
Postgraduate degree
Benefits
Competive
Functional areas


What we offer


  • Interact with senior stakeholders regularly to drive their business towards impactful change. 
  • A challenging work environment where you will have autonomy, responsibility, and ownership while working with a vibrant and dynamic team.
  • A modern office with everything you need (including food and beverages).
  • Direct interaction with business leadership and focused attention on your career development and personal growth.
  • To be part of our growing HR team, whilst being responsible for our 3 locations in Spain, within our international organisation.



Who we are


We are Metyis, a forward-thinking, global company that collaborates with business partners and clients to create and implement the capacities and capabilities required to improve future performance. We operate across a wide range of industries, and with our embedded partnership model we commit to driving sustainable growth for industry-leading organisations, elevating their potential with a long-term vision.

At Metyis, we develop integrated solutions that enable growth by working within our business partners’ organisations with diverse and multidisciplinary teams. This collaborative environment allows Metyis to build strategies and execute them through an ecosystem that combines Big Data solutions, Digital Commerce solutions, Marketing & Design solutions, and Advisory services.

Our teams are set up so that you have plenty of room to build bigger and bolder ideas by speaking your mind and being creative with your knowledge. Imagine the things you could achieve with a multidisciplinary team that encourages you to be the best version of yourself.

We are Metyis. Partners for Impact.


What you will do


HR Manager reports directly to Global HR Lead within the Global People Function

Responsible for HR function in Spain (3 locations: Barcelona, Madrid) with Madrid office as work location

Additional responsibility for employees in Mexico and KSA, collaborating with relevant EOR organizations

One direct report: People Advisor; over 100 colleagues in Spain expected to increase

Opportunity to make significant impact due to company's growth trajectory

Desired qualities: passion for people, collaboration, impactful contributions, innovation in HR practices

  • Provide guidance and support to leadership and employees on HR-related matters, ensuring compliance with Spanish labour law requirements and acting as an internal consultant
  • Develop a deep understanding of the business objectives, challenges, and culture to effectively align HR initiatives with organizational goals, whilst promoting positive employee relations and contributing to a supportive workplace atmosphere
  • Responsible for all HR processes, such as the onboarding and offboarding of employees, including internal mobility (NIE, Visas, etc) as well as conducting exit interviews, generating KPI reports, in order to make informed decisions etc.
  • Coordinate and/or work in special and cross-functional project teams, and / or international HR Projects
  • Develop, revise and implement HR policies and procedures in line with global policies
  • Supervise essential administrative functions like workforce management, payroll operations, social security, 7P, as well as FUNDAE procedures
  •  Together with leadership and Global L&D, develop and implement local L&D plan
  • Provide leadership, guidance, and support in the daily HR operations and the professional development of your team


What you will bring


  • 5-10 years of professional-level experience in human resources, preferably in international, professional services organizations
  • Bachelor's degree in human resources or related field, Master’s degree advantageous
  • Extensive and relevant knowledge of Spanish labour law
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in Spanish and English
  • Excellent people, interpersonal and customer service skills – ability to create quality connections with diverse individuals
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills and able to set the right priorities
  • Ability to deal with complex issues with integrity, professionally and confidentially, whilst aligning with all relevant stakeholders
  • Flexible mind-set, self-starter and comfortable with uncertainty and ambiguity
  • Preferably you are located in Madrid and, because of our international setting, are willing to work outside of regular Spanish office hours from time to time

In a changing world, diversity and inclusion are core values for team well-being and performance. At Metyis, we want to welcome and retain all talents, regardless of gender, age, origin or sexual orientation, and irrespective of whether or not they are living with a disability, as each of them has their own experience and identity.


Job information

Firm: Metyis

Location: Madrid

Education: Postgraduate degree

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