IIASA HUMAn Resources (HR) Department
The IIASA Human Resources (HR) department supports around 400 staff members from all over the world, throughout their affiliations with IIASA, and is primarily responsible for all matters relating to staff contracts, compensation and benefits, and provision of expertise on matters relating to Austrian employment law and IIASA own policies and procedures. The HR team members also provide assistance with visa, residency and housing needs, take care of onboarding new staff members, and oversee the institute’s professional training and development program.
We are now looking for a colleague with experience in payroll, and familiarity with Austrian labor and social security law to join us. If you also have a passion for HR topics in general, and enjoy working in a team and with people from across the globe, we especially look forward to hearing from you!
main duties and areas of responsibility
QUALIFICATIONS and experience
The selected candidate should be available to take up the position as soon as possible. We offer an initial 50-75% part-time employment contract (representing 20-30 hours per week) for three months. This can be extended to an open ended contract with the mutual agreement of both parties.
Duties will be carried out at the IIASA premises in Laxenburg, near Vienna in Austria.
This position is classified as a ''Professional level'' post.
A gross annual salary based on a minimum full time (40 hours per week) salary of EUR 40,564.00, which is exempt form income tax in Austria.
The advertised salary is:
Further details here.
IIASA is committed to a working environment that promotes equality, diversity, tolerance and inclusion within its workforce. This is reflected in our Core Values. We encourage qualified candidates, irrespective of gender, from all religious, ethnic, and social backgrounds to apply. In the case that candidates are equally qualified, preference will be given to applicants from countries where IIASA has a National Member Organization (NMO).
For further information about this opportunity please contact:
Ms. Alia Harrison, Recruitment Coordinator.
To apply for this opportunity, you will need to provide the following documents in English (our institute's working language):