MSD is a global health care leader with a diversified portfolio of prescription medicines, vaccines and animal health products.
The difference between potential and achievement lies in the spark that fuels innovation and inventiveness; this is the space where MSD has codified its 125-
year legacy. MSD’s success is backed by ethical integrity, forward momentum, and an inspiring mission to achieve new milestones in global healthcare.
Right now, thousands of MSD associates are working to cure the world’s most complex diseases. We know that our people are the key to our success, which is why our Talent Acquisition Team takes pride in building teams of skilled, forward-
thinking individuals who contribute to MSD’s pioneering medical advancements. Our Human Resources department shares a spirit of attentive enthusiasm that helps support our associates in achieving new milestones in global healthcare.
As a new addition to our Global Talent Acquisition Team, we are looking for an Associate Director Talent Acquisition (m / f) responsible for our MSD Sites in Switzerland, Austria, Nordics and Baltics (Full-time, indefinite).
As an Associate Director Talent Acquisition, you will be accountable for a cluster of countries where you will partner with cross divisional business / HR leaders to understand their needs and translate these into actionable talent acquisition strategies and deliverables.
You will hire and manage a number of Talent Acquisition Advisors who will consult the business and support hiring of senior roles in the organization.
You will also act as a project manager and change agent by supporting the transformation to ensure that your team are capable of senior consulting and managing stakeholder expectations.
The Global Talent Acquisition organization at MSD is transforming. Our vision is to move from a recruitment delivery function to a value-
add HR function / Talent Acquisition CoE that not only delivers hires, but also consults the business to offer talent business intelligence, map the market for business-
critical talent and develop a strong employer branding strategy (with focus on employee advocacy) and a university relations strategy (to attract our future talent).
A key enabler for this shift is a significant investment in headcount, budget and technology and a new partnership with an RPO organization to outsource much of our transactional Talent Acquisition work.
The primary activities include but are not limited to :