Riedel Communications, founded in 1987, designs, manufactures and distributes innovative real-time networks for video, audio and communications.
Its products are used for broadcast, pro-audio, event, sports, theatre and security applications worldwide. The company is known for pioneering digital audio matrix systems and fibre-based real-time network technology.
Riedel is headquartered in Wuppertal, Germany and employs over 700 people in 20 locations throughout Europe, Australia, Asia and the Americas.
Due to the strong growth in North America, it is time now to strengthen our global HR team with a passionated and driven "Ambassador" in our Montréal Office .
If you love change, are used to work in an agile & open minded environment and share our passion for people and new ideas, you are more than welcome to become part of our success story.
YOUR AREA OF RESPONSIBILITES :
Provide professional HR support and consultation to the business in Canada & the U.S.; answering employee and manager questions about HR policies, processes and other HR-related items (Recruiting, Engagement, Learning, Performance, Compensation, Retention)
Advise on performance management issues and lead minor investigations and reorganizations
Execute all operational HR processes, including HRIS data maintenance, managing & ensuring bi-monthly (external) payroll, HR reporting
Assist our Global Head of HR & Business Partners with planning and roll-out of HR programs and initiatives
Identify opportunities to improve HR policies by monitoring local markets, federal and statutory regulations closely, detecting trends and actively seeking feedback from the business.
Further develop our local HR policies and close possible gaps
Foster the further professionalization of our global people function through valuable knowledge sharing, active contribution of best practices and a "can-do" mindset
YOU WILL INSPIRE US WITH
Bachelor’s degree in HR Management or equivalent; CHRP as "nice to have"
3-5 years relevant experience, ideally in an high tech environment and / or ability to grasp technology requirements
Knowledge of the North American labor market and the essential legal framework in Canada (Quebec) and the U.S. (i.e. California)
Distinct problem solving competence and agile mindset; coupled with strong interpersonal, negotiation and communications skills
Strong work ethic and a professional attitude combined with high standards of excellence and discretion
Fluently bilingual excellent language skills in both English and French are an absolute must
The international integration of this position requires readiness for travel to the U.S. (6 times per year) and Europe (half-yearly)
Become part of our exciting story! We offer you a wide spectrum of activity with a lot of personal responsibility and opportunities to raise your potential!
We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.