• HR Generalist

    Job Location(s) DE
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    Job Category
    Human Resources
    Position Type
  • Job Overview

    Chiltern, a Covance Company is seeking top talent for positions within our HUMAN RESOURCES department in Frankfurt area, Germany.  If you are an experienced, passionate human resources professional who is used to working independently and in a busy environment then we would love to hear from you.  This is an incredibly exciting time to be joining Chiltern as we continue to grow and expand.  For more information about Chiltern please visit


    Job Primary Functions

    • Human Resources Generalist required to work for Chiltern, a Covance Company
    • You must have previous experience of working within Human Resources in Germany
    • You will work in a fast paced, busy environment and you will be used to working independently
    • Permanent, office based role in Frankfurt area, Germany
    • Manage employee on-boarding processes
    • Manage local employee benefits administration and leave requests
    • Guide managers in application of the company’s tools and processes for performance management and salary review
    • Produce reports and metrics on a regular basis as required by Line Manager and as required in support of RFI processes
    • In some countries, fulfil Facilities and Health & Safety Responsibilities
    • In some countries, fulfil lead HRIS user responsibilities
    • Manages immigration processes when necessary
    • May participate in delivery of local training to employees and line managers
    • May participate in recruitment interviewing
    • Contributes to local policy and local employee handbook development. Ensures policies are revised and communicated
    • Escalates complex issues to LM or Country designee


    Education / Qualifications

    Degree in HR/Legal is preferred


    • Profound experience as a Human Resources Generalist, or an equivalent combination of education and experience to successfully perform the key responsibilities of the job
    • Ability to maintain confidentiality of HR data and information during interactions with staff at all levels
    • Previous experience of working within HR in Germany is essential
    • Knowledge of key HR processes: performance management, pay for performance, talent development, induction, immigration, training, coaching, and issue resolution
    • Fluent in German and English; knowledge of other local languages preferred where applicable
    • Proficient user of MS Office software
    • HR certification recognized by the profession
    • Hard working
    • Used to working independently


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