Human Resources Manager (f/m/d) The Collaborating Centre on Sustainable Consumption and Production (CSCP) is an independent, non-profit “Think and Do Tank” committed to providing collaborative solutions for a sustainable planet. A team of currently approx. 50 multi- disciplinary professionals contributes to the worldwide activities of the Centre. The CSCP offers a dynamic and stimulating working team, diverse assignments and international development opportunities, the chance to work on future-oriented sustainability topics and the opportunity to make a true difference with your work at a reputable organisation. Read more about us on the website: www.cscp.org . The CSCP offers a dynamic and stimulating team, diverse assignments and international development opportunities, the chance to work on forward-looking sustainability topics, and the opportunity to make a real difference with your work in a renowned organisation. As a result of continuous growth over the last years, we are looking to strengthen our team with a new Human Resources manager. Starting date: immediately (please indicate your possible starting date) Working hours: up to 100% Duration: 2 years, an extension is intended Location: Wuppertal, Germany Your tasks: Human Resources planning and recruiting Human resource development Strategic human resources development and retention Personnel service Act as contact person for employees at the CSCP on contract, vacation and salary matters. Here you will work closely with Controlling and the Management Assistance Reporting Personnel-related evaluations and reports, generating input for management decisions You have A completed education/degree in business and/or organisational field Several years of relevant professional experience, ideally in an international working environment Strong communication and organisational skills Team spirit, assertiveness and proficient in MS Office programs (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) Language skills Since German and English are the working languages of the CSCP, therefore fluency in both written and spoken German and English is required. Salary: We apply the collective agreement of the federal states (TV-L) NRW. Application deadline: Please send your complete application materials in a PDF document to firstname.lastname@example.org by 30 May 2023.