HR Manager Nordics & Baltics
As a HR Manager you will be part of the management team for the Nordics & Baltics region and advise Business Managers whenever change is anticipated, considered and implemented.
The HR Manager will drive human resources strategy to support the growth and profitability of the Nordics & Baltics region, ensuring that the HR function adds value and contributes to the strategic and commercial agenda of the business in all areas of the HR function including talent management and development, organizational planning and alignment, compensation & reward, recruitment, employment legislation and HR best practice.
Your HR team consists of four staff and the position is based in Stockholm. You will report to the HR director North East Europe and India with a dotted line to the Vice President & General Manager Nordics & Baltics.
Areas of focus for the HR manager
- Liaise with Business managers, providing HR counsel on business issues, developments and strategy
- Coach and train Business managers in key HR skills including, recruitment and selection, coaching, performance management, remuneration and benefits administration, ensuring that they achieve competence in core people management skills. Ensure all identified development needs are supported and escalated where necessary
- Manage local benefit providers (Pension, Medical, Life Assurance policies, outsourced training provider).
- Guide and advise business managers with managing the annual compensation review process and the annual performance management process
- Ensure an efficient and structured recruitment process
- Help build a pipeline of potential recruits to enable the business to grow and have string succession plans in place. To provide talent maps and identify risk and opportunities to develop internally.
- Advise line managers on employee-related issues, ensuring fair and equitable treatment of employees and minimizing company liability
- Partner with the NEEI HR leadership team to deliver and meet the overall business strategy from a people perspective.
- Preferably an academic degree with extensive HR experience
- A solid track record of developing and delivering a successful people strategy
- Ability to create and maintain a high performing culture within a similar environment
- Recruitment/Talent Acquisition experience and insight is highly desirable
- Strong organisational and prioritisation skills
- Capable of influencing and persuading at a senior level
- Exceptional communications skills and fluent in Swedish and English.
- Solution focused – suggestion of ideas and recommendations were appropriate
Do you want to be a part of Iron Mountain? For further questions about this position, contact Mats Holmberg (072-853 23 13, email@example.com) or Malin Sager (073-690 36 05, firstname.lastname@example.org) at Boardtalk AB. Interviews will be conducted continuously.
Introduction to Iron Mountain
Iron Mountain Incorporated (NYSE: IRM) is a global business dedicated to storing, protecting and managing, information and assets. Organizations across the globe trust IRM to store and protect information and assets. IRM also supports customers on their journey to digitalization. Thousands of local enterprises work with us, as does almost all of the FORTUNE 1000. From critical business information to geological samples, works of fine art to original recordings of treasured artists, our customers can rely on us to protect what they value and help unlock its potential.
Iron Mountain operates through a cluster of seven countries in the Nordics and Baltics, led by local country managers. There are about 500 employees in the cluster. Clients are typically large and mid-sized companies.
There are eighteen locations in the Nordics and Baltics, both warehouses, scanning centres and offices. Iron Mountain has a well-established market position in the area. It has a healthy profitability and growth. The market opportunity is almost unlimited via enlarged service portfolio.