With a worldwide installed capacity of 75 GW, Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy has a presence in more than 90 countries and a team of 27,000 employees worldwide. Its end-to-end value chain presence encompasses onshore and offshores wind turbines design, manufacturing, installation as well as cutting-edge service solutions.
The global headquarters and legal domicile of the company is located in Zamudio, Spain.
The company is listed on the Spanish stock exchange.
As an HR Project Coordinator, you keep an overview of the different HR projects and deadlines… You work closely with the various project teams and enjoy efficient and tight reporting with great attention to the needs of the business.
Under the HR Head, you will be the responsible for organizing and coordinating HR project activities. Assists in:
Responsibilities & Job Duties:
The HR Project Coordinator provides a high level of administrative and operational support. This role is responsible for completing all HR projects and assignments as requested, including communications with team members.
• Bachelor’s / Master’s degree (or equivalent)
• You have a Significant experience gained within a manufacturing environment
• Proven experience working in an HR department at least 3 years of experience
Skills and Qualifications:
• Good communications & interpersonal skills, ethics, and cultural awareness
• Builds relationships and works well across functions/ Leadership Skills
• Good project management skills
• Employs effective time management skills and meets deadlines
• Maintains direction and focus by leveraging organizational abilities and proactive planning
• Results Driven
• Language skills: Fluent English, Arabic and French
• The opportunity to participate in large and transformational HR projects
• A pleasant and dynamic working atmosphere in a growing and leading company
• Large degree of autonomy and possibility of taking on responsibilities
• Various development and training opportunities
• Location: Tangier Automotive city
• Contract type: mission contract