Associate Human Resources Lawyer
European Investment Bank, Luxembourg
Closing Date for Applications:
- The Division brings together the legal expertise within the Personnel, Corporate Services 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 managing 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 an (Associate) Human Resources Lawyer you will provide legal guidance in relation to all staff matters, manage the legal procedures within Personnel’s remit (Dignity at Work procedure, disciplinary proceedings, administrative review and conciliation procedure) as well as contribute to a fruitful social dialogue.
- You will report to the Head of Division and work in close cooperation with the other HR lawyers and colleagues in the Division.
- Provide legal research and advice on staff matters, including, but not limited to staff rights and benefits under EIB staff rules and regulations, Data Protection, Code of Conduct, Performance evaluation and related matters, medical administrative procedures and other staff related procedures managed by Personnel.
- Manage the legal procedures that fall within Personnel’s remit: Dignity at Work procedure, administrative review procedure, disciplinary proceedings and conciliation procedure.
- Contribute to the development of policies and draft legal texts.
- Perform any other legal analysis and deal with any other legal file as assigned by the Head of the Employee Relations Division.
- Contribute to developing relations with the College of Staff Representatives.
- Contribute to horizontal projects and initiatives, across the division and/or beyond
- University degree in a relevant field such as Law or other relevant fields. Specialisation in EU Employment and Labour Law would be an advantage.
- At least 3 years of legal professional experience, especially in labour law or EU law
- Experience gained within an international organisation/company is highly preferred.
- Knowledge of EU institutional and policy framework, notably in the social relations field would be an advantage.
- Understanding of the Bank’s mission, organisation and activities.
- Demonstrable ability of maintaining discretion and confidentiality are essential.
- Knowledge of standard MS Office tools.
- Excellent knowledge of written and spoken English and an understanding of French.