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HR Generalist

Company Name: Ebury
Employment Type:Full Time
Location: Dubai
Experience: 1-2 years
Degree: Bachelor
Nationality: Any
No. Of Vacancies:1
Job Description:
Ebury is a hyper-growth FinTech firm, named in 2021 as one of the top FinTechs to work for by Glassdoor and AltFi. We offer a range of products including FX risk management, trade finance, currency accounts, international payments and API integration.

As a result of phenomenal growth and ongoing expansion, we are looking for a HR Generalist to join the Global HR Operations team having responsibility for day to day HR operations locally. The successful person will report into our Global Head of HR Shared Services and will work closely with the Senior HR Business Partner and Country Manager.
Overall responsibility:
Responsibility for all HR day to day operations including.

Principle Accountabilities are:
Contract administration – ensure contracts and addendums are kept up to date with the local legislation and that all the required documents are requested.
People performance management (provide advice on the PIP process to the local Country Manager (CM) ensuring legal compliance and best practice, ensure templates and processes are properly used).
Support local CM with performance management activities of the sales team and ensuring a highly productive, healthy and energised working environment.  Work with staff/management in ways to retain, develop and motivate staff in the company.
Payroll inputs – collect the monthly/ bi-monthly payroll inputs (e.g. attendance, bonuses) from our internal HRIS or various reports and send them to payroll for calculation.
Employee Relations cases – provide sound and correct advice on handling absence/performance and conduct issues to the CM and HR BP in line with local labour law and best practice. Provide all the relevant correct documentation, and support CM step by step, mitigating any risk to the business.
Report regularly to the Head of HR Ops and SSC (Shared Service Centre) on all staffing issues, and escalate any high risk matters to the Head of HR as appropriate and in a timely manner.
HR data – ensure employee data changes and absences are communicated to the HR SSC and included in payroll. Perform checks on the payroll files and be an active back-up for the HR SSC supporting the country.
Manage and keep track of all staff movements in terms of global mobility (contracts/tax with HR HQ). Keep relevant departments informed.
Employee documentation compliance – perform documentation audits to ensure compliance with local practices/legislation.
Long term service awards/other company initiatives – oversee and manage the local operations and communication.
Induction – oversee and deliver monthly local HR induction sessions. Ensure the full process is managed well and sessions delivered as per schedule.
HR Projects – actively engage in global HR projects, providing accurate and timely requirements.
Support the mitigation of background screening reports.
Respond to local authorities requests and support internal and external audits.
Create and manage the local HR Policies ensuring the global company standards are considered and me
Compensation and Benefits experience will be a plus

Required Skills
Solid HR background with advisory experience in a fast paced, professional services or sales environment (Financial Services ideal but not essential). 
At least 1-2 years experience in a similar role.
Highly responsive, organised and results orientated, meets deadlines
Excellent communicator with highly developed written and interpersonal skills
Flexible, resourceful and highly adaptable
Works on own initiative, gets things done, team player
Ability to influence senior management, confident and able to gain credibility 
Fluent spoken and written English