Talent Officer - B149
You will be part of an enthusiastic team of more than 15 HR specialists.
Under the direction of the Talent Manager and together with a fellow Talent Officer you will be responsible for a broad range of HR Talent projects such as: onboarding, internal mobility, assessment processes, retention management, career development, drawing up new job descriptions, absenteeism policy, employer branding, etc.
What do we expect of our Talent Officer?
A Talent Officer is responsible for new and existing end-to-end development projects and the retention of our talents within ESAS.
You will have the following specific tasks:
- Help draw up and carry out the annual ESAS HR Roadmap.
- Define priority projects in the field of Talent within the company: determine the projects to be completed every year.
- Responsibility for projects relating to talent retention and internal mobility within ESAS.
- Manage the performance management, health and safety and reintegration programmes.
- Draw up satisfaction surveys (NPS surveys) for the personnel.
- Give HR Workshops in the different sites (HR-information sessions company values, onboarding sessions, etc.).
- Act as single point of contact (SPOC) and offer support to both managers and employees across the different HR domains.
- Guarantee that the applicable Talent processes are respected by all stakeholders.
- Optimisation and development of Talent policies and processes.
- Analysis and reporting of data to monitor talent processes.
The ideal candidate for the position of Talent Officer is able to answer a resounding yes to the following:
- You have a Bachelor Level degree and at least 3 years of relevant experience in a similar position in a rapidly variable environment.
- It is extremely important you have experience in A to Z project follow-up.
- You are clearly interested in all aspects relating to Talent.
- You are creative, you have a sense for innovation and you can make others enthusiastic for your ideas and projects.
- You are comfortable speaking in front of small groups and you are able to lead HR workshops (e.g. onboarding sessions, information sessions).
- You are strong in reporting.
- You have a very good knowledge of MS Office: Word, PowerPoint, Excel.
- You are up to speed with all current social security laws.
- You have a hands-on and driven attitude and you are able to respond to unexpected situations.
- You have a positive attitude by nature and gladly contribute to the results of the team.
- You are able to work independently, but at the same time you are a strong team player.
- Good understanding of Dutch and French.
- Experience with Microsoft Dynamics is a bonus.
- A job with a lot of variety, space for initiatives and career opportunities.
- You are given the space and responsibility to think and develop.
- A contract for an indefinite period with an attractive salary package supplemented by fringe benefits.
- You will be working in a young and dynamic company where the employee is key.
- You work a 40-hour system which means you have 12 additional holidays.