ALEXANDER MCQUEEN EMEA Senior HR Manager
Alexander McQueen - Regular
London - United Kingdom
Alexander McQueen is currently looking for a driven EMEA Senior HR Manager to join the EMEA region team based in London.
This individual will play a critical role providing strategic HR leadership and acting as a trusted advisor to the EMEA Region President while also working closely with the Chief People Officer. Working in partnership with the UK, Europe and ME Retail and store managers and other corporate team managers, to support the successful delivery of the People Agenda.
The ideal candidate will be operating at HRBP level, within a retail environment and have a strong generalist background.
How you will contribute:
- Develop, implement and deliver the People Strategy within the EMEA region
- Provide operational and commercially sound advice and direction on all Human Resources (HR) related issues
- Oversee the provision of HR services and handle all ER issues within the client group
- With the Regional Retail Manager and Store Managers, proactively identify performance issues and recommend a best practice approach, providing support as appropriate
- Lead the people elements of any change project within the function
- Drive resource planning and talent management
- Prepare annual headcount budget submission for the region
- Review and analyse People KPIs for client group and implement actions to drive engagement and productivity
- Manage the local HR teams in France and Italy
- Manage relationships with the Kering Human Resources Shared Services across the EMEA region.
Your Skills and Experience:
- Extensive previous experience as a HR Business Partner within a retail business
- Ability to influence stakeholders across all levels
- Strong business acumen and commercial understanding Ability to make sound business decisions
- Strong analytical skills
- French or Italian speaking highly desirable
- Proven experience managing employee relations
- Understanding of different European employment legislations
- Degree in a related discipline/CIPD
- Highly collaborative and able to partner with various stakeholders
Why work with us?
This is a fantastic opportunity to become part of a dynamic team with a visionary brand that offers possibilities to learn and grow. Talent development is a managerial principle at Kering and we are committed to fostering internal mobility. Our common vision promotes leadership skills and helps every employee to reach their full potential in a stimulating and fulfilling workplace environment.
Kering is committed to building a diverse workforce. We believe diversity in all its forms – gender, age, nationality, culture, religious beliefs and sexual orientation – enriches the workplace. It opens up opportunities for people to express their talent, both individually and collectively and it helps foster our ability to adapt to a changing world. As an Equal Opportunity Employer we welcome and consider applications from all qualified candidates, regardless of their background.
- Full time
- United Kingdom