(Senior) Human Resources Lawyer at European Investment Bank
The Employee Relations & Wellbeing Division brings together the legal expertise within the Personnel Directorate and serves as the key interface with the Legal Directorate on legal matters. The Division also provides expert advice on services and solutions for effective conflict prevention and management, developing and applying policies and handling conflict-resolution informal and formal procedures. It contributes to the social dialogue in the Bank by coordinating and supporting the implementation and update of the framework for social dialogue.
As a (Senior) Human Resources Lawyer you will provide legal guidance in relation to all staff matters, draft policies and legal texts and contribute to a fruitful social dialogue.
Respect of the absolute confidentiality of personal related data, discretion and interpersonal sensitivity are key requirements of the post.
An intellectually challenging role with a broad scope of subject matter. This is an ideal role for those with a legal background, looking to further develop and add value through their knowledge and experience.
- University degree in Law. Specialisation in EU Employment and Labour Law would be an advantage
- At least 5 years of relevant legal professional experience
- Experience in labour law would be considered as an advantage
- Knowledge of EU institutional and policy framework, notably in the social relations field is a plus
- Good understanding of the Bank’s mission, organisation and activities
- Knowledge of standard office tools
- Excellent drafting skills
- Excellent knowledge of English and a good command of French(*). Knowledge of other EU languages would be an advantage
(*) There may be certain flexibility on this requirement, but limited to particularly suitable candidates who may not yet be proficient in French. If selected, such candidates will be hired on the condition that they build up rapidly knowledge of French and accept that their future career in the EIB may be subject to the attainment of sufficient proficiency in both of the Bank's working languages