As P&C Director T.EN Netherlands, you translate the corporate strategies as well as the local T.EN-NL strategies into tangible objectives of the local P&C team.
Your strongest focusses are:
- Competence building amongst the Companies resources.
- Balancing the resources Competences (in quantity and quality) with the business needs.
- Employer branding; Drive the ambition to be the “employer of choice”.
Furthermore, you are responsible for the overall and day-to-day management, the functional management and leadership of the P&C department and P&C activities for T.EN in the Netherlands.
You will define and implement P&C strategies, monitor P&C operational practices and manage Facilities in line with Corporate and local guidelines and policies. You are also responsible for the payroll activities for T.EN in the Netherlands.
In the role you are also responsible for the interaction with the social partners (Works Councils) in the Netherlands.
You will expand and maintain your network within the wider Group of T.EN as well as at Corporate level. Other responsibilities and tasks are:
- Responsible for defining and implementing P&C strategies, monitor P&C operational practices and manage Facilities for T.EN in the Netherlands.
- As member of the Management Committee of T.EN Netherlands share in common responsibilities.
- Enforce QHSES standards and culture within T.EN Netherlands.
- Provide coaching and support to MC Members
- Supports the business in adjusting the organisation structure and size in accordance with business needs.
- Interact with corporate P&C for global P&C initiatives and ensure timely reporting to the various Corporate stakeholders.
- Stimulate an organizational climate that delivers and engages a highly motivated workforce focused on delivering the business goals.
- Conduct business ethically in compliance with corporate governance.
- Commit and represents T.EN towards providers, clients, partners, subcontractors.
- Interface actively with wider T.EN organisation; local, regional and corporate.
- Manage risks/opportunities as appropriate and expected from the position.