Application Process and Deadline: please apply by sending your cover letter and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org ref.: HR Consultant by 27th of July
We thank all those who apply, however, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted
Norlha is a non-profit, non-political, non-religious association based in Lausanne, Switzerland, that supports remote communities in the Himalayas in building capacities that will allow their sustainable development, through integrated projects in food security, income generation and environment protection, with a strong focus on supporting women. Currently Norlha is reaching a person to support HQ Admin and HR Department:
HR Policy and Procedures Consultant(M/F)
The HR Policy and Procedure Consultant will have the crucial role, together with Head of Admin and HR Department, finalising HR policies for Norlha Lausanne and Regional Offices HR policies, whilst incorporating Strategic Planning.
Mission and activities
Internal and external research for best practices of HR policies and procedures
Collaboration with parallel departments and head of department
Development and final design of HR Policy and Procedures for Lausanne
Development and adoption of the Policy and Procedures for the Regional Offices
Presentation of the policy
Recommendations and support in the implementation
Experience in HR policy development including recruitment, remuneration, on-boarding, off-boarding, performance assessment, encouragement and loyalty
Experience in NGO or humanitarian environment
Education in administration, HR or similar domain
Very good analytical and organisational skills
Hands-on approach and fast learner
Able to work autonomously and self-starter
Respectful and at easy in the communication
Fluent in English and at least intermediate level of French
Engagement in poverty reduction and development of people in need, focus on capacity building
Experience in working with top management in an international NGO
Working in an enthusiastic and motivated cohesive team,
High degree of autonomy, good sense of responsibility, ample room for initiative
Team building and development of multi-language communication skills
Better understanding in humanitarian work and living condition in Himalayan area
Duration: minimum 2 months or longer.
Working time: 5-10 hours per week.: This part-time, long-term volunteer position is not paid.
Location: Home base (might be requested to come to Lausanne office)
Expected start date: as soon as possible upon mutual agreement.
This part-time, long-term volunteer position is not paid and an applicant must have a currently valid working permit in Switzerland