Nordic HRBP and ED&I Officer
Nordic HRBP and ED&I Officer
Maternity Cover for 12 months
You have gained a solid experience as HR Business Partner or in similar roles, you have experience of developing/implementing initiatives in the field of Equity, Diversity & Inclusion – and now you wish to apply it in Greenpeace Nordic, supporting that we drive positive change in the organization and in the world.
The location could be any of the Nordic capitals – with a slight preference on Helsinki / Oslo.
You will join a diverse HR team consisting of an HR & Payroll Administrator, one other Nordic HRBP and a Nordic ED&I Coordinator/ Task force lead – all based in the Stockholm office. The Nordic HR Director is based in Copenhagen.
As a team we support line managers and employees across the 4 Nordic countries. The Nordic HR team is responsible for driving leadership development, a sustainable work environment, encouraging diversity and inclusion and embedding our organizational culture/ values. We continue to drive digitalization of HR processes, GDPR compliance, HR operational excellence and a strong employee value proposition.
The job consists of two roles:
As Nordic HR Business Partner you provide daily HR-related consultation and support to line managers and employees and work with HR process and project development/ implementation.
As ED&I Officer you work on initiatives, projects and tasks that aim at strengthening equity and inclusion in Greenpeace Nordic, as well as reaching set diversity targets for the organisation. The role includes Line Management of the Nordic ED&I Coordinator and Task Force Lead.
Tasks will for example be:
● Collaborate with the Nordic HR Director in developing and implementing HR-related processes and activities that support the people strategy
● Provide daily HR-related consultation and assistance to Nordic line managers and employees, and qualified HR support to Nordic line managers
● Establish positive relationships, promoting and communicating the role of HR and HR practices, to integrate and align HR with the rest of the organization
● Manage employee life cycle events in all Nordic countries, e.g. new hires and exits
● Run and/or participate in HR Related projects either regionally or as part of a global team
● Cooperate with staff/union- and safety representatives , and prepare and carry out negotiations
● Develop and implement initiatives in line with the Annual Nordic ED&I plan
● Manage the established structure & allocated resources (staff & budget) for supporting ongoing ED&I work in the Nordic region
● Support SMT on, and track ED&I implementation and report back to Greenpeace International / Senior Management Team/ Board
● Participate as member in Nordic ED&I Task Force
A relevant Masters degree
A minimum of five years of relevant HR-related work
Experience of working with ED&I
Experience from working in a Nordic or multisite location environment
Good understanding of HR processes, HR Information Systems and software tools
Knowledge of Nordic labour law and experience of union negotiations
Fluency in written and spoken English and one Nordic language
● Well-organized, self-motivated and proactive - gets things done
● Inclusive and valuing diversity, willingness to reflect on one’s own privileges and biases, and supporting others in doing the same.
● Flexible, adaptive, helpful and supportive of the team and the organisation
● Reflect in action and challenging perspectives in a constructive way
● Excellent problem solving skills
● Demonstrates high integrity and professionalism
● Great collaboration and communication skills and a good ability to establish strong interpersonal relationships
● Sharing relevant knowledge proactively within the team and the organisation
We offer opportunities to:
Join an engaged, experienced and ambitious HR team in a broad and varied HRBP role with possibilities to impact our direction in the new people strategy.
Be part of a trusted HR team known for good collaboration with line managers and the Senior Management Team, good dialogue with staff reps/ Union and timely support to employees.
Experience the thrill and meaningfulness of working with an exciting group of people who are passionate and highly engaged in leading the change the world needs for a greener and more peaceful future.
Greenpeace is taking action all over the world for our planet’s future. Our volunteers, activists, and staff come from all corners of the globe, cover the age spectrum and come from all walks of life. What they all have in common is their commitment to working for a green and peaceful future for everyone. With creative local actions for the planet, they positively affect their communities, their countries, and ultimately, the world at large.
Greenpeace is an equal opportunity employer with a longstanding commitment of providing a work environment that respects the dignity and worth of each individual. We recognise and value the benefits and strengths that diversity brings to our employees and the whole organisation and we thrive in an environment that encourages respect and trust. We do not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of age, ancestry, citizenship, colour, disability, ethnicity, family or marital status, gender identity or expression, national origin, political affiliation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any other legally protected characteristic.
Please send us your CV and cover letter in English, no later than the 22nd of August.
The recruitment process is ongoing and initial interviews may be called for before the application deadline. The start date is October 1st or sooner.
If you have any questions about the role, you are welcome to reach out from the 3rd of August to Payal Jaggi on Payal.Jaggi@greenpeace.org or +46(0)70 236 81 86 – so she can help answer or direct your questions. (In week 30 the full HR team is enjoying vacation)
In Sweden we have a collective agreement with Unionen. If you want to get in contact with the Union representative in Sweden, or the local staff representatives in the other Nordic countries, please contact Camilla Engborg via firstname.lastname@example.org