Recruitment of an HR Development Manager

Recruitment support for an HR Development Manager

Recruit your HR Development Manager (M/F)

Within your company, you wish to replace an employee or create a new position of HR Development Manager (M/F)

As a recruitment agency specialising in Human Resources, Boost’RH Groupe can help you recruit your future HR Development Manager (M/F).

Together with our HR sourcing team, we will conduct an accurate search for candidates who meet the requirements of the HR Development Manager (M/F) job.

Then our HR recruiters will check, during the qualification and recruitment interviews, whether the candidates’ personal skills match your company’s values.

Finally, good sourcing and careful selection are not enough to ensure employee loyalty. That is why we will check the candidates’ ability to integrate and their pleasure in working in your company. This willingness to integrate must be reciprocal, which is why our coaches will enjoy accompanying your teams.

Because every word has its importance, to make it easier for you to define and write the job of HR Development Manager (M/F), we have prepared the main tasks of an HR Development Manager.

In constant contact with the company’s HR department and employees, the HR Development Manager is the essential link in guaranteeing compliance with social legislation and conducting a legal watch.

What are the tasks of the HR Development Manager ?

The main task of the Human Resources (HR) Development Manager is to contribute to the development of a company by defining a strategy and managing the various HR projects. The HR Development Manager therefore plays a key role in the social development of the company.

In relation with the Human Resources Department, or even the general management, he/she must set up recruitment, training or talent development policies, enabling each department to have the best people. He or she determines the resources required for his or her missions, analyses the various HR issues and may lead a team in the management of certain projects.

In addition, the HR Development Manager is involved in career management, conducting individual interviews, implementing forward-looking employment and skills management (GPEC), developing career plans and identifying high-potential individuals.

At the same time, he keeps an eye on the different HR techniques that exist in companies of a similar size to the one in which he works.

The main tasks performed by the HR Development Manager can be :

Management of company resources (recruitment / mobility) :

  • Participate in the recruitment policy that supports the group’s strategy, take charge of actions to measure recruitment performance by strengthening HR reporting and monitoring key quantitative and qualitative indicators.
  • Anticipate recruitment needs, and advise operational managers on this anticipation
  • Supporting or participating in the complete implementation of recruitments (from profile definition to integration) by providing assessment expertise
  • Helping to foster the Company/Group breeding ground

Collaboration on the evolution of the company’s needs and future professions (GPEC)

  • Participate in the generational renewal of the company
  • To be a force of proposal in terms of the company’s future professions (based on the knowledge of the GPEC, on the studies of the branch, on the vision of the operational staff…)
  • Analyse current and future needs and anticipate changes in jobs, staff, careers and skills.

Talent management / Group HRIS

  • To propose and implement the principles governing the professional development of employees.
  • Participate in the definition and management of support systems for operational departments, and the implementation of new tools, reference systems or processes assigned to you.
  • Supporting the process of professional evaluation, the implementation of interview and career systems and other systems to objectify and promote career development.
  • Participate in the implementation of modules of the Group HRIS (HR Core), by being a source of proposals (tools, talents, management, pool, high potentials, leadership, management by objectives).
  • Provide input and expertise in assessing the relevance and cost effectiveness of tool choices.
  • Participate with other departments in the development of the employer brand, as well as other transverse and/or group HR projects (barometer, HR Suite, CSR, QWL, etc.)

HR support for the company’s strategic development

  • Participate in the transformation of the organisation, integrating more operational support.
  • Promoting leadership in the company
  • To contribute to the evolution of the company’s culture, to transform the way the company operates towards a more collaborative and project-oriented organisation.
  • Participate in the evolution and transformation of HR through digital technology
  • Participate in developing an internal appetite for innovative tools, data and processes
  • Imagine future needs and working methods.

Participation in MU HR reporting at group level

  • Participate in the definition and steering of processes, mobility and allocation of human resources
  • Contribute in the areas assigned to quantitative and qualitative reporting
  • Participate in the construction of the annual budgets (headcount, company internships, work-study contracts, costs charged to HR budgets, etc.)
  • Participate in all HR reports and dashboards requested by the Group, management, supervisory bodies, ….

What are the skills required of an HR Development Manager ?

The job of HR Development Manager requires an excellent knowledge of the various human resources processes in order to be able to quickly implement the most appropriate strategies. Dynamism, open-mindedness and the ability to innovate are qualities that will make the difference in this profession.

The HR Development Manager must also master the arcane aspects of the company in which he or she works: environment, culture, competition. Knowledge of labour and training law is also necessary to carry out their tasks successfully.

This professional will also have to show a great sense of organisation in order to be able to manage several projects at the same time; and interpersonal skills (diplomacy, listening, leadership) as he or she will have to manage teams and conduct various meetings.

How to become an HR Development Manager ?

The profession of HR Development Manager is accessible with a Master’s degree (Bac +5) in human resources management, law or human sciences. A degree from a business school or an Institute of Political Studies (IEP) with an HR option is also desirable.

What is the salary for an HR Development Manager ?

The average salary for an HR Development Manager is around €45-70k per annum. A senior manager can expect to earn between €55k and €85k gross per year.

What are the career prospects for an HR Development Manager ?

The HR Development Manager may subsequently hold a position as Human Resources Manager (HRM) in a large company or as Human Resources Director (HRD). He/she may also become an HR specialist or, if he/she works in a firm, director of a consulting department.

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