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25 Sep 2019

The incumbent will work in close contact with the head of the administration of ALDA and the Secretary General as well as other key persons.

The position is based in Vicenza (Italy)

Main tasks and responsibilities:

  • Contribute to recruiting, screening and interviewing ALDA staff 
  • Follow up the introduction and inception phase
  • Monitor the career development of the staff
  • Identify opportunity of growth and capacity building build on regular interviews and assessment
  • Handle employee relations, payroll, benefits and training
  • Identify solutions for covering properly the various activities of ALDA (including funding opportunity for staff training in various countries of activities of ALDA
  • Management and coaching of interns, volunteers and “civic services” in various offices of ALDA
  • Management of the staff meetings of the team, organisation, agenda setting, minutes

Knowledge, skills and abilities:

  • University degree or a correspondent level of experience
  • Experience in the field of human resources
  • Interest and previous involvement in the civil society sector or a similar relevant area
  • Previous experience in the administration field, related to the staff and contracts management
  • Interested in human relations, in the third and development sectors
  • Proficient level of Engliah and Italian languages. The knowledge of French is an asset
  • Proficient use of Office Suite, internet, email and server
  • Highly motivated, result-driven person
  • High level of responsibility and reactivity
  • Resilient to difficulties
  • Flexibility, eagerness to learn quickly

How does it look like to work in ALDA?

The incumbent will be part of a hard-working, motivated, fast-paced international team. In constant interaction with colleagues, as well as a wide network of members and partners, s/he will pursue the mission of the Association until results are met. ALDA offers unique learning and growing opportunities, as well as a human and flexible working approach; it requires the same flexibility, together with a willingness to learn and to achieve goals. Suggestions and ideas from all staff are welcome, while a sound understanding and respect for the context is needed. The ability to interact in a professional and constructive way with all internal and external stakeholders is a conditio sine qua non.

How to apply:

Interested candidates in line with the profile described above should send their motivation letter and CV in English - names and contacts of references highly appreciated - by 20th October 2019 to with subject line “HR Manager Application” Please note that due to high number of applications, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Thank you for your understanding!

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