HR Advisor

Referentienummer MIIV03090, Hamburg , Duitsland

Business & Economics

Discover an exciting career opportunity as a HR Advisor within Germany's largest marine project!

Our prestigious client in Hamburg, is a major player in the international shipbuilding industry who is looking for an experienced and dedicated employee like you!

Your main focus will be to shape and maintain a leading international shipbuilding organization by supporting and advising department managers on a variety of HR management topics. Your people management skills will help attract top talent and drive our client's growth.

Become an active part of shaping the future of this important project and submit your application today!


  • Providing guidance and assistance to managers in HR matters aimed at employee retention, including support for career advancement + training initiatives, and the recruitment of new personnel;
  • Formulating and executing HR policies in accordance with German laws, ensuring alignment with existing organizational policies;
  • Guaranteeing that HR activities are carried out in adherence to both national and international labor laws, as well as data protection regulations. Assisting in the relocation of expatriates to Germany;
  • Supervising the onboarding procedure for new employees and ensuring a smooth introduction to the organization;
  • Promoting the adjustment of performance management practices by leadership to recognize and retain talent within the company and actively enabling succession planning;
  • Supervising HR administrative tasks, particularly focusing on the management of temporary staff portfolios, ensuring compliance with German laws and regulations;
  • Managing a precise HR database that accurately reflects current employee information and conditions, facilitating the generation of required reports;
  • Playing a role in enhancing departmental processes, promoting the transfer and retention of knowledge within the team.

Functie eisen

  • Possession of a Bachelor's degree along with a minimum of two years of professional experience with demonstrable track record of dealing with German labor laws and other HR-related regulations;
  • Previous experience within a large corporate setting in the manufacturing sector (construction, shipbuilding) as well as with working in a challenging technical project environment is adventageous;
  • Proficiency in English and German in both written and spoken;
  • Strong professional references are necessary due to a standard pre-employment security screening as part of the recruitment process;
  • Permanent EU citizenship, in conjunction with an EU work visa, is mandatory for our personnel due to the nature of military projects.


  • Competitive salary;
  • Pension insurance;
  • Paid National Holidays (approx. 10 days per year);
  • Paid sick leave;
  • Paid overtime;
  • Support and comprehensive relocation package;
  • Support for commuting costs.


Our client is is a global shipbuilding brand that merges tradition with modern technology. With a history spanning two centuries, they are renowned for their expertise in designing, engineering, and constructing naval vessels. Their high standards and reliability make them a trusted specialist in the industry.

Located in the southern region of the Netherlands our client provides a unique opportunity to work on high-end projects and solve complex engineering problems. Their access to a vast network and abundant resources fosters collaboration and innovation.

Our client combines traditional craftsmanship with cutting-edge technology to deliver exceptional results that exceed client expectations. They offer a supportive and collaborative work environment, encouraging professional growth and the chance to contribute to prestigious projects.