Title:  HR Generalist- EMEA

Job ID:  3548




Reporting to the VP HR, Europe & APAC in the UK, the HR Generalist will provide comprehensive HR support in delivering a range of HR services for the EMEA region.


The HR Generalist will have an interest in pursuing a career in HR and the role offers good opportunities for development. The HR Generalist will provide support to the VP HR in the implementation of policies and procedures and will be involved with recruitment and selection, payroll and benefits, employee relations and HR administrative duties.


The HR Generalist will focus principally in providing HR support to our employees in Poland, Ireland and Germany.




  • Provide ongoing support and advice to employees and managers on a range of issues, incl. employee relations, performance management, learning and development, compensation and benefits.
  • Support and/or lead the implementation of local, regional and global initiatives.
  • Steadily enhance HR and Company knowledge to be able to respond to queries from line managers and advise them on certain legislative requirements, HR policies and procedures and general good management practice.
  • Act as administrator for our HRIS platform (SAP SuccessFactors) as well as other HR systems as appropriate. Ensure employee data is kept up to date and is available for management reporting within the geography.
  • Maintain personnel files for all staff.
  • Prepare and coordinate formal documentation enabling effective management of the employee lifecycle, ensuring that agreed procedures, templates and authorisations are in place and followed accurately.
  • Manage the onboarding of new employees, incl. carrying out background checks and relevant onboarding administration.
  • Liaise with the Senior Talent Acquisition Specialist and line managers in recruitment and assist in candidate assessments when required.
  • Conduct new employee onboarding and follow through (as appropriate).
  • Process monthly payroll for employees in Poland, Ireland and Germany, in collaboration with local third-party payroll partners and Finance.
  • Own the resolutions of any issues with monthly payroll, incl. employee queries.
  • Produce regular and ad hoc reports, graphs and charts and any other documents as required.
  • Provide administrative support across the spectrum of HR activity, incl. for all employee benefits, family leave, sickness absence etc.



  • Experience working in medium-size business, where you were responsible for multiple aspects of HR, incl. exposure to payroll. Ideally this would be in a multinational organisation.
  • Excellent IT skills; sound knowledge of Microsoft Office; proficiency in Excel is essential.
  • High level of written and oral proficiency in English is essential.
  • Well-developed communication skills (written and verbal); ability to communicate confidently and professionally with people at all levels and in different countries.
  • Experience supporting multiple EMEA locations is highly desirable.
  • Excellent attention to detail.
  • Good organisational skills.
  • Ability to follow processes, but also ability to analyse and demonstrate initiative.
  • Ability to work with change and ambiguity.
  • Self-motivated with a desire to acquire knowledge and skills and develop as an HR professional.


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