AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals LP Negotiation & Labour Law Partner in Gothenburg, Sweden
Do you have expertise within employer relations, labour law and negotiations?Would you like to apply your expertise in a global company that follows the science and turns ideas into life changing medicines? Then you might be the person we are looking for!
We are now recruiting a business oriented and customer focused Negotiation & Labour Law Partner to join AstraZenecas Negotiation & Labour Law (N&LL) function in Gothenburg.
AstraZeneca is a science led global organisation with a single ambition – we pursue ground breaking science to improve the lives of patients. In Sweden AstraZeneca employs about 6700 people working within research and development (R&D), manufacturing and marketing of medicines. As a vital part of AstraZeneca’s HR department, the N&LL function provide labour law expertise throughout the business organizations in Gothenburg and Södertälje, including union relations and negotiations, policies and agreements.
As Negotiation & Labour Law Partner you will be part of a highly professional and service minded team that work across AstraZeneca’s R&D site in Gothenburg and the two manufacturing plants in Södertälje. You will function as an expert advisor within AstraZeneca to provide support and guidance on labour law related subjects but will also be responsible in leading negotiations in defined areas within the organisation. The role has mainly a national remit but includes working across cultures and countries in a global setting. Some travel between the sites in Gothenburg and Södertälje will be required. You will report to the Senior Director Negotiation & Labour Law that is placed in Gothenburg.
Main Duties and Responsibilities
Support and advice HR and line managers on labour law related issues
Lead negotiations within defined areas (MBL, LAS & tvisteförhandlingar)
Be a contact person for union collaborations
Provide training in labour law and labour relations to HR and line managers
Establish, develop and interpret agreements and policies
Perform labour law related Investigations
Participate in Projects and improvement work
Work collaboratively within the team across the sites to further develop the N&LL function at AstraZeneca
BSc or MSc in Law or Human Resources with focus on labour law
Excellent knowledge within labour law
Experience of negotiations
Ability to interact with people at different levels in a global organization
Ability to communicate labour law related issues to people outside your area of expertise
Ability to collaborate and work as part of a team as well as independently
Excellent communication skills
Excellent Swedish and English, both verbal and in writing
Ability to travel
Experience of union relations and negotiations is beneficial as well as previous experience of working in the private sector
The right candidate has a strong drive and energy and is confident but yet prestigeless. Business perspective and customer focus is essential together with a structured, solution orientated mindset and a strong delivery focus. Our world is fast paced and dynamic and to be successful you should thrive on variety and have a commitment to deliver.
If you are interested, apply now!
Welcome with your application no later than April 22, 2018. Please apply as soon as possible since we are continuously interviewing candidates.
AstraZeneca is a global, innovation-driven biopharmaceutical company that focuses on the discovery, development and commercialization of prescription medicines for some of the world’s most serious diseases. In addition to being one of the world's leading pharmaceutical companies, AstraZeneca is proud to provide a unique workplace culture that inspires innovation and cross-boundary collaboration. Within this environment employees are empowered to express diverse perspectives, and are made to feel valued, energized and rewarded for their ideas and creativity.
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