The Council of Europe Development Bank (CEB) is a multilateral development bank with a social vocation. Established in 1956 in order to bring solutions to the problems of refugees, its scope of action has progressively widened to other sectors of action directly contributing to strengthening social cohesion in Europe. The CEB represents the major instrument of the policy of solidarity in Europe, in order to help its 41 Member States achieve sustainable and equitable growth.
The Directorate for Human Resources is looking for an experienced HR professional to strengthen its team. The incumbent will support the implementation of the HR Strategy and play a key role in change management initiatives. The incumbent will be an HR generalist with specific experience in the concept of Talent Management.
She/he will manage a small team responsible for recruitment and training/development.
The incumbent will report to the Director of Human Resources. He/she will be supervising HR subject matter specialists and contribute to developing, implementing and improving human resources policies in relation with the CEB’s strategy, to identify, recruit, develop and retain the right staff for the Organisation.
More generally, the incumbent will collaborate in any other task that may be requested of him/her within the framework of the Directorate’s activity.
The candidate must have a suitable higher education degree (University degree, Master’s degree) in Human Resources, public, business administration or (administrative) law.
Perfect command of written and spoken English; knowledge of French, the other Bank’s official language, would be an asset.
Nationality: Citizen of one of the Bank’s Member States.
1) Contract: the CEB offers a 4-year appointment (including a one-year probationary period) with, under certain conditions, the possibility of renewal.
2) Grade and salary:
3) Benefits (determined by the candidate's personal situation):
Within the framework of its rules on equal opportunity, the Council of Europe Development Bank strives to ensure equal representation of men and women among its staff, both per category and per grade. In compliance with these rules, in the case of equal merit, preference is given to the candidate of the underrepresented sex (at the time when the Selection Committee makes its recommendation).
Deadline for application: 14 January 2019 at the latest.
Candidates may be required to take examinations.
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