Our huge open world games, full of explosive and emergent gameplay; our independence, sound work-life balance and unique open-world tech, are a few of the reasons our, almost 200, talents choose to work at Avalanche Studios in Stockholm.
Our members of staff are key to our games’ success and as the HR Manager of the Stockholm studio, it’s your mission to ensure our teams and leaders are thriving and have the tools and support they need to deliver amazing games that meets our business goals. Our office is designed to offer the best environment for team-focused and creative development in a passion-driven industry.
Your main tasks and responsibilities:
- Partner with production leads in HR matters on team and individual level.
- Responsible for planning, prioritizing HR initiatives in roadmap, and implementing plans, as well as overseeing the HR team.
- Ensure projects are resourced according to production needs (recruitment).
- Manage budget based on forecast and target metrics. Collaborate with production and operations teams to plan and implement HR and company- initiatives.
- Oversee and implement compensation and benefit initiatives.
- Oversee and implement professional growth initiatives and processes through competence sharing platforms & leadership programs.
- Oversee and implement HR admin and payroll processes, as well as work environment, rehabilitation and health metrics.
- Employee Legal - employment agreements, and other legal documents and processes.
- Oversee external talent initiatives and networks, as well as student relations.
- Use feedback, metrics and retrospectives to drive HR improvements and plan future initiatives for the studio.
- Provide mentoring, development and performance management to HR team.
- Collaborative sharing of knowledge and best practices with HR peer in the New York studio.
We think you
- Have solid and relevant management experience from a creative industry.
- Have strong people communication and leadership skills.
- Are business-driven with commitment to invest into the success of the company.
- Are pragmatic and committed to the needs of the team when facing changes and solving problems.
- Are confident in giving others trust and mandate, and in following-up with constructive feedback on results and efforts.
- Are efficient with your and other’s time, and always strive to improve.
- A creative environment and an agile way of structuring and planning our work.
- Working collaboratively within a diverse, dynamic and non-hierarchical culture.
- A structure where you are given trust and opportunities to challenge yourself and others.
- A solid work-life balance.
For this role you need to be able to work full-time in our Stockholm office. To apply, please register your LinkedIn profile and application below. We review applications continuously. All further information is provided under non-disclosure agreement only.