The organizationThe context in which you work
You are part of the Human Resources (HR) department where about 75 colleagues work. The HR department consists of the teams: Advice, Services, Learning & Career Center, Health Safety & Wellbeing and a small staff (secretariat, Strategy and Legal).
The HR Advice department consists of approximately 15 FTE independently operating professionals (HR Business Partners, HR advisors and HR International employees) who tactically and strategically support the services and faculties within EUR in the optimal deployment and development of employees, both quantitatively and qualitatively.
Within the HR Advice team, the HR Business Partners and HR advisors are linked to their own faculty and/or service(s). The new HR advisor, together with the HR Business Partner, will be responsible for HR advice at the Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences (ESSB), one of the largest faculties within the university.The function
As an HR advisor, you have an important role in the contact with employees and managers of the faculty. You are also a sparring partner for the HR Business Partner on strategic themes, large projects, and the annual HR plan. In the HR field, there are many developments going on within ESSB such as leadership development, careerpaths for scientific staff (Recognition and Appreciation) and team science. You contribute to the implementation on parts. The activities are increasingly developing towards tactical HR level and are mainly related to the advisory role towards the faculty. You are an important link between the faculty and HR Services, and you contribute substantively to HR policy developed by the HR Advice team. You translate this policy into the operational implementation within the faculty.
Individual questions from employees and managers come to you. Administrative, standard HR questions, personnel administration and processing of mutations are handled by HR Services. In addition, you will work closely with specialists such as employment lawyers and absenteeism advisers.
You advise/support (among others) for the following topics:
- The recruitment and selection process, transfers and departures;
- The Result & Development (R&O) cycle;
- Drafting secondment and termination agreements;
- Career and development plans;
- Strategic personnel planning;
- You consult with managers;
- Absenteeism cases in collaboration with the absenteeism manager;
- The follow-up of the employee survey;
- The implementation of HR policy arrangements, such as leave ancillary work and bilingualism;
- Individual questions from employees and managers regarding the collective labor agreement NU, an appointment, remuneration proposals, career opportunities, etc.