EMEA HR Director – Italy based

Milan - ££140,000 per year - Human Resources

Ref: WK2020_1579023815 - Closing Date: Mar 16, 2020

  • Human Resources
  • Applications have closed.
  • Salary: £140,000.00 per year

We are currently recruiting for the below position, could this be of interest to you?

Job Title: EMEA HR Director
Location: Milan
Salary: c. €140k – €150k + bonus

Our client, an international hospitality company, are looking for an EMEA focussed HRD to join their team in Italy

Key responsibilities;

  • You will be reporting into the area Managing Director and supporting them with the generalist, day to day operations of the HR function.
  • Lead on HR strategy for the global business; you will have a commercial understanding and will work closely with the senior leadership team to ensure the business is supported from a people perspective.
  • You will be responsible for reviewing policies and procedures throughout Europe and ensuring they are fit for purpose

Key skills required;

  • Experience within hospitality or retail is essential at this stage
  • Strong relationship building skills and a strong attention to detail
  • Proven experience in a similar HR Director role.
  • You will have worked in a multi-country, multi-site role
  • European labour law knowledge is essential.

Please apply with your up to date CV in the first instance

Tagged as: Director, HumanResources, Permanent

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