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Position Summary

Trinity is looking for a Regional Human Resources Associate Director to oversee all aspects of Human Resources in our European offices. The regional HR Associate Director will be responsible for collaborating with our European key business leaders and the broader HR team in the United States with the goal of aligning people operations to Trinity’s business objectives. The regional HR Associate Director will help define both our short-term and long term needs by assessing people priorities in Europe. The position will collaborate with the broader HR team in the United States to provide expertise-based recommendations and solutions. The Associate Director will help to ensure we build and maintain a strong local and regional employer brand through talent acquisition and retention of our employees.

This position will be located in our London office

Position Responsibilities

Talent Acquisition:

  • Oversee strategic planning and execution of the region’s hiring plans for our experienced hiring as well as on-campus hiring
  • Develop strategies to build strong relationships with college campuses and tactics to elevate reputation within our current employees (which can attract laterals/referrals)
  • Understands business landscape and changes to hiring needs through collaboration with finance and business leaders

Human Resources Operations and Total Rewards:

  • Work with our broader HR team to help design employees’ compensation and benefits packages utilizing appropriate benchmark data and expertise
  • Work with team to streamline all HR related processes such as onboarding, background verifications, payroll, leave policies, exits interviews, employee relations and other applicable processes
  • Provides input and feedback and implements change on gaps and opportunities for improvement in HR programs and policies
  • Contribute to developing/refining of HR programs & processes
  • Partner in proactively communicating HR trends & market intelligence for alignment & review of HR priorities
  • Develop and communicate consistent guidelines, policies and procedures in the region
  • Execute strategies to strengthen Trinity’s local brand amongst new potential employees (campus, lateral) and current employee pool

People Operations Business Partnership

  • Serve as HRBP to senior leaders in Europe region – acting as advisor and strategic partner for all aspects related to people operations, providing comprehensive solutions backed by data and insights
  • Partner with Directors of US HR/HRBP and Director India HR to drive cross-geography strategies for talent management, enabling strong European office engagement in change management, performance reviews, promotions, engagement survey action-plans, career paths, and other activities
  • Strengthen best practices for overall employee experience across their recruitment, onboarding and growth phases

Learning & Development:

  • Partner with Director of Learning & Development to enable cohesive and unified L&D services across regions, including ongoing professional development, manager/leader development, competency models, and other related avenues
  • Guide and coach European L&D resources to ensure high-impact new joiner orientation and firm-building efforts that align with HQ company culture while also relevant to time zone, practices and norms for European-based talent pool

Position Requirements

Education: Master’s degree preferred; Degree concentration in Human Resources

Language: Fluent in German ideal, but not required

Work Experience: Minimum of 6+ years of experience in human resources. Preferred experience in life science consulting and/or pharmaceutical industry.

Other Skills:

• Excellent quantitative and analytical skills required

• Above average proficiency in Excel and PowerPoint

• Excellent communication (written and verbal) and interpersonal relations skills

• Desire and ability to work in a dynamic, fast-paced environment

• Ability to work independently in a multi-task environment

• Significant experience and knowledge of the local job market in the Consulting sector

• Ability to manage diverse stakeholders

• Ability to coach and mentor employees

• Proficient in handling employee issues with sensitivity, objectivity and empathy

• Proficient in data analytics, process orientations & exception handling

Demonstrated experience of scaling up recruiting strategies and HR policies for growing teams

• Team Player with the ability to network & collaborate with diverse teams across locations

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