United Airlines Director - International Human Resources Atlantic in London, United Kingdom
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The Human Resources team helps attract and recruit diverse talent, and works to provide employees with competitive benefits, leadership resources and the support to be successful at United.
Oversee all HR activity for a cluster of countries within a Region: HR regional strategy, senior leader coaching, compensation planning, labor relations, employee relations, employee engagement, benefits administration, interviewing/staffing at local levels.
Work location to be based in Europe/UK - the preferred work location is London
Please submit resume/CV in English
Partnering w/ Business leaders
Working with the Regional Division leads on understanding the business needs and formulating HR strategies/activities accordingly
HR functional execution (ie.: corporate strategies, implementation of programs, comp planning, vendor review, benefits benchmarking, employee counseling)
Formulating and executing the people-related plans for the region to drive engagement, efficiency and leadership growth
To include: labor and Works Council consultation, staffing plans, communication, compensation planning which aligns to the Atlantic business strategy
- Lead and develop a team of 13 HR professionals across multiple countries in the Atlantic region
Policy/procedural management/Employee Relations
- Execute corporate policies in all countries in the geography; update any procedures/practices in accordance with the new organization; partner with business leaders and Country HRMs on employee issues and communication
This position is offered on local terms and conditions. Expatriate assignments and sponsorship for employment visas, even on a time-limited visa status, will not be awarded.
- BA/BS required
- PHR/SPHR or professional HR certification preferred
Strong relationship building ability, conflict management proficiency, problem solving, baseline knowledge of labor relations, background in HR policy/practices required
Knowledge on labor union practices, compensation programming, adult learning preferred
Fluency in a secondary language preferred
10+ years in HR-related field (generalist, labor specialist, org dev.); must have experience interfacing with senior leadership; have experience working cross-culturally and with diverse business partners required
Leading a team of HR professionals who are geographically dispersed
Must be legally authorized to work in Europe without sponsorship
Successful completion of interview required to meet job qualification
Reliable, punctual attendance is an essential function of the position
Equal Opportunity Employer – Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled/LGBT
Division: 70 Human Resources
Function: Human Resources and Labor Relations
Equal Opportunity Employer – Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled