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Senior HR Manager Switzerland

Varian Medical Systems
Baden - Dättwil

1W

Varian, a Siemens Healthineer Company, is the world’s largest manufacturer of medical devices and software for treating cancer and other medical conditions with radiotherapy, radiosurgery, proton therapy and brachytherapy. Our vision is a world without fear of cancer. To meet this challenge, we equip the world with new tools for fighting cancer.

Senior HR Manager Switzerland

Key Responsibilities:

Engagement and Culture Consultant

  • Drive employee engagement and communication together with site and country management
  • Role model New Ambitions and influence culture shift towards a combined business
  • Establish credibility throughout the organization as trusted employee advocate
  • Ownership of and ensuring execution of local new hire onboarding process to optimize early productivity and engagement
  • Gain insights through onboarding, off boarding, engagement surveys and ensure data is utilized for continuous improvement
  • Coordinate different site action plans to improve site employment survey engagement score

Performance Management

  • Advise site managers L4 on job and person requirements and influence the selection decisions, based on business requirements in partnership with Talent Acquisition
  • Assess talent needs relevant to performance and capability. Support workforce planning – for country and site leaders only
  • Partner with local leaders >L4 to identify top talent and succession candidates and support the country/site succession planning process
  • Advise local leaders on the application of talent management tools and processes L4 on development plans
  • In conjunction with Talent Management, advise on, adapt and shape development programs and materials to ensure relevance and compliant fit for local application

Diversity & Inclusion

  • Build and maintain a catalogue of D&I initiatives in partnership with country/site business leaders to encourage a diverse and inclusive culture in recruiting, development, engagement and retention

Organizational Compliance

  • Ensure country/site HR policies and programs meet country legislation requirements, are updated and that staff are aware of any changes
  • Inform and instruct Shared Services and COEs on labor law, industry/market practice policy/program changes
  • Administer special local processes which require local expertise or handling outside of the Shared Services support model
  • HR ownership for region/country/site Disaster Relief/Crisis Managemet

Employee relations

  • Advice and counsel on discipline, performance and grievance matters in partnership with Works Councils/Unions/Consultation Groups where required and in partnership with Legal/Compliance, Shared Services, responsible HRBP and COE/Employee Relations for country/site leaders only
  • Partner with Corporate Employee Relations team on discipline, performance and grievance matters

Collaboration Centers of Expertise

  • Represent region/country/site cultural, business and statutory requirements with the implementation of global COE programs
  • Implement global COE programs and initiatives in region/country/site and partner with COEs and site management to achieve the highest impact of P&P programs
  • Provide country practice and market information on annual merit recommendation
  • Provide guidance and coaching to local leaders in the delivery of compensation programs such as annual salary planning and incentive recommendations

Works Councils/Union/Community Relations

  • Manage relationship and ongoing issues with local Works Councils/Union and Consultation Groups
  • Represents company in external business environment, Peer Groups and Community relations (migration authorities, labor inspection etc)
  • Build employment brand with country/local community, universities and tech schools

Qualifications

  • A minimum of a Bachelor's degree in industrial/organizational psychology, human resource management, business or a related field is required
  • At least 10-15 years HR experience, preferably in different HR roles such as HRBP, global COE, Employee Relations or HR Country Leader position
  • People management experience
  • Experience in company integration topics (Mercher & Acquisition)
  • Solid knowledge around local Comp & Ben systems including pension scheme.
  • Team player with the ability to lead and implement change through strong project management, communication and problem-solving skills
  • Experience in “industry” supporting a diverse, complex, software development, sales/service and production environment
  • Knowledge/awareness of region/country labor law
  • Expertise in project management and process improvement methodologies and tools
  • Extensive knowledge of employee engagement, change management and continuous improvement
  • Ability, competence, and confidence to influence senior leaders. Effective interpersonal skills
  • Fluent in German and English, written and spoken

You thrive in an international work environment where you are able to cultivate your contacts with worldwide partners. You’re just one click away from becoming part of an innovative, global team united by purpose to fight cancer. Someone, somewhere, will be glad you did. APPLY HERE