Regional Human Resources Leader


Regional Human Resources Leader

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CAE, Burgess Hill, West Sussex

  • Full time
  • Permanent
  • Onsite working

Posted 1 week ago, 15 May | Get your application in now before you miss out!

Closing date: Closing date not specified

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Full Job Description

Join our Business Aviation Training Centres in Burgess Hill (West Sussex) or Vienna, Austria as Regional Human Resources Leader where you will contribute to shaping a positive employee culture, developing and implementing the regional HR strategy aligned with business goals and building and maintaining a strong local and regional employer brand., This role will provide HR leadership, and strategic partnership to the Vice President EMEAA, Business Aviation and Helicopter Aviation Training and their teams. In addition, it will align with the HR teams within the region and leverage the global HR network to drive the regional strategy and offer support to the global HR organization. You will report directly to the Global Director of Human Resources for Business Aviation, Helicopter Aviation and Maintenance Training.,

  • Provide leadership, coaching, and development to a team of HR professionals to ensure the effective delivery of HR services while optimizing the HR service delivery across the region.

  • Create trust, maintain confidentiality, and influence leaders and colleagues across the organization to accept recommendations and programs where there may be little interest in cooperating or participating.

  • Develop and deploy the HR strategy for the region as well as execution of the global HR mandate that drives business results through people.

  • Assess current talent & anticipate future talent needs and organizational design, performance management, and sourcing strategies to drive the talent agenda.

  • Review HR processes and policies regarding current legislation, business needs, effectiveness & (cost) efficiency as well as potential for alignment and shared services across training centers within the region

    Has proven experience as an HR Manager with strong leadership skills in communication, collaboration, problem-solving, decision-making, strategic and critical thinking. Experience required (10 + years - ideally supporting multi-site locations in a matrix environment and 5 years Human Resources Management and Leadership experience)

  • Has strong knowledge and experience in country specific employment law and HR practices in the UK and Austria (Asia would be a bonus)

  • Holds experience partnering with and influencing senior leaders including Executives.

  • Has a passion for results; constantly thinking of ways to positively impact the business in an ethical and integrity-based manner.

  • Uses and analyses data and metrics to make fact-based decisions which positively impact the business.

  • Holds a University Degree (preferably Human Resources or Management). MBA and/or CIPD accredited as an asset.

  • Can demonstrate successful management of multiple projects and ability to complete competing priorities quickly while balancing the needs for quality.

  • Has encountered a variety of complicated situations outside of standard policies requiring the regular use of ingenuity, innovation and decisiveness.

  • What kind of person will succeed in this team?

    In this role we are looking for someone with Change Leadership experience and a hands-on; "roll up the sleeves", positive "can do" mindset, with a high energy level. You look beyond the immediate problem to the wider implications and are an accountable decision maker who is able to think outside of own remit and see the wider business impact of own decisions. You enjoy using ingenuity and innovation to generate new solutions to complex problems and to contribute to the development of new concepts, techniques and standards. In this role you will have a direct impact on mid to long-term goals of CAE and direct or indirect implications at local, regional and global levels.

    With over 13,000 employees located in 35 countries, CAE is a global leader in training for the civil aviation, defence and security, and healthcare markets. To learn more: Visit!, At CAE, everyone is welcome to contribute to our success. With no exception.

    As captured in our overarching value "One CAE", we're proud to work as one passionate, boundaryless and inclusive team.

    At CAE, all employees are welcome regardless of race, nationality, colour, religion, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, disability, neurodiversity or age.

    The position offers hybrid working and can be based at our Business Aviation Training Centres in Burgess Hill, West Sussex or Vienna, Austria. We are offering a full-time and permanent contract. The working hours of the role are Monday to Friday, 39 hours a week. This role requires travel of up to 30%.

    We offer a competitive benefit package to the successful candidate. (Depending on location).