Consultant for Standardization and Harmonization for Hiring & Termination & Knowledge Preservation



  • Country/Region: Poland

  • Country/Region: Portugal

Human Resources
Consultant for Standardization and Harmonization for Hiring & Termination & Knowledge Preservation

Location: Europe/ +-4 hours to CET

Department: SE HR S&H

Mode of Employment: Permanent / Full-Time

Snapshot of Your Day

Working in a globally diverse team with an open approach that will support you and your development. You will be the catalyst in driving the transformation in collaboration with colleagues in various HR functions and BPO providers. The aim is to improve compliance, accuracy, reduce risks, and enhance controls through the standardization of tools and processes globally. This will create an innovative employee user experience, and a foundation for optimally outsourcing of key HR activities. This is a high-profile, critical project requiring HR process and system expertise. You will help us move away from a legacy blueprint involving manual processes. Your work will play a key role in driving the future HR operating model.

How You will Make an Impact

Work closely with the project team involving all relevant partners. Acting as a bridge between Center of Competences, IT system, Product Owners, corporate and country team representatives. Standardize and harmonize the end-to-end cycle of the hiring, termination of an employee, and knowledge preservation.
Drive identification of requirements for process standardization, harmonization, monitoring, governance of global hiring, termination, knowledge preservation.
Focus areas will include hiring (including recruitment and employee entry), termination of the work relationship with attention on gathering and preserving the current knowledge. Analysing the impact on the process to the HR administration area as well as other areas.
Ensure “As-Is” process is documented and understood using process tools and methodologies.
Identify and collate difficulties and improvement potentials related to process steps and/or system functionalities.
Support on the design of the revised “To-Be” standard process according to the defined global standardization framework using simplification and automation to achieve higher efficiency and effectiveness.
Design Employee Experience relevant self-services processes where manual inputs from partners are vital for our HR products.
Provide input for the definition of process critical metrics, implementing controls, and maintaining compliance.
Provide inputs for governance and communication structure for the process.
Develop an implementation a plan for the revised process across all countries to ensure its achievement.
Monitor and measure the effectiveness of the processes.
Ensure internal and external documentation of processes to build inhouse knowledge.
Implement function-level change management using a strong understanding of the business (e.g., readiness, timing, impact on partners, data, tools, systems, policies, etc.).
Key role in the continuous improvement of the process by Incorporating process methodologies and implementing function-level process improvements, including optimizing, maintaining, and transforming current processes to increase efficiency and effectiveness.

What You Bring

We are looking for HR transformation Consultants who can lead new process design, focused on standardization and improving efficiency and effectiveness, with strong process methodology expertise and a mix of Subject Matter Expertise on the business, systems, and processes.
Strong project management, consultancy, and cross-team collaboration skills are required with an ability to effectively influence decisions, direction, and outcomes.
Understand the concept of Employee Experience and how it can impact HR self-service processes.
3 to 5 years´ experience working in business process transformation, consultancy or software development in hiring, termination tools, and process digitalization. Ideally as a BP improving HR processes or working as a recruitment specialist while improving the process performance and adapting new technologies in a global environment.
The candidate must have completed a university degree in a business-related subject area (e. g., Business Administration, HR, etc.), preferable with a focus on HR, IT, or process optimization. Psychology along with experience in IT or business psychology acceptable.
Have an exceptional understanding of the strategic development process and experience implementing best practices across operations in a global environment.
Have up-to-date knowledge in the most innovative and relevant hiring, termination and knowledge preservation tools and trends.
Demonstrated experience in process mapping and improvement while building requirements and use stories to digitalize processes and increase performance.
Demonstrated ability to articulate complex subject matter effectively.
Can resolve issues in a variety of complex situations, without supervision.
Can build relationships, lead projects and interactions with diplomacy, and use verbal and written communication skills to act as a liaison between the HR function and the business.
Excellent organizational and follow-through skills.

About the Team

In this role you will be working within the Human Resources function – Standardization and Harmonization. This is a lean, but truly global and diverse team of specialists with an open mindset. You will get all the trust and empowerment to be successful. Handling various HR topics spread across geographies will be intense, and global and require certain flexibility and commitment.

Within the Human Resources, the Standardization and Harmonization Technology team will be responsible for all global HR processes from Hire to Retire tools, enabling the digital transformation for HR service delivery. So, you and your colleagues will be the engine for transformation and our future HR landscape.

Who is Siemens Energy?

At Siemens Energy, we are more than just an energy technology company. We meet the growing energy demand across 90+ countries while ensuring our climate is protected. With more than 92,000 dedicated employees, we not only generate electricity for over 16% of the global community, but we’re also using our technology to help protect people and the environment.
Our global team is committed to making sustainable, reliable, and affordable energy a reality by pushing the boundaries of what is possible. We uphold a 150-year legacy of innovation that encourages our search for people who will support our focus on decarbonization, new technologies, and energy transformation.
"Let’s make tomorrow different today" is our genuine commitment at Siemens Energy to all customers and employees on the way to a sustainable future.

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Our Commitment to Diversity

Lucky for us, we are not all the same. Through diversity we generate power. We run on inclusion and our combined creative energy is fuelled by over 130 nationalities. Siemens Energy celebrates character – no matter what ethnic background, gender, age, religion, identity, or disability. We energize society, all of society, and we do not discriminate based on our differences.


We offer options to work flexibly, especially after successful onboarding – whether it be working remotely, flexible working hours or a combination of both
Working with a global team
Opportunities to work on and lead a variety of innovative projects
Supportive work culture