HR Generalist

Your Mission
The HR Generalist for Kiruna (Sweden) and Andoya (Norway) is responsible for providing comprehensive HR Support to our work sites in both locations. This role will manage various HR functions, including recruitment, employee relations, benefits administration and compliance, as well as payroll. Ensuring that our employees and leaders have a positive experience and that the organisation operates in accordance with local labour law.
More specifically, you will:

  • Recruitment: Collaborate with hiring managers to manage the entire recruitment process, including job postings, screening, interviewing and onboarding for both locations. Attending local recruiting events
  • Employee Relations: Serve as a point of contact for employee inquiries, issues and concerns, fostering a positive work environment and addressing conflicts when they arise
  • Benefits Administration: Administer employee benefits, including health and welfare programs, retirement plans, and leave policies, ensuring compliance with local regulations
  • Compliance: Keep abreast of and ensure adherence to labour laws and regulations in both Sweden and Norway. And implement HR policies that are compliant with local requirements. Cooperation and leading negotiations with unions and union representatives are also included
  • Onboarding and Offboarding: Facilitate the onboarding process for new hires and manage the offboarding process for departing employees
  • Training and Development: Assist in identifying training needs and coordinate development initiatives for employees in collaboration with the Talent team
  • HR Documentation: Maintain accurate HR records, personnel files and databases and generate relevant reports as required
  • Employee Engagement: Implement and support initiatives to enhance employee engagement and job satisfaction
  • Worksite Visits: Travel to Andoya, Norway, to ensure that HR practices and policies are consistently applied across work sites, and needs are equally addressed (frequency to be defined)

Who you are and what you have

  • Bachelor´s degree in Human Resources, Business Administration or equivalent
  • At least 5 years of experience in HR roles, including experience working with labour laws in both Sweden and Norway
  • Proficiency in HRIS and MS Office applications
  • Strong knowledge of local labour laws and regulations
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Detail-oriented and highly organised
  • Fluent in English and Swedish

Nice to have:

  • Knowledge of Norwegian


  • Referral bonus
  • Learning allowance
  • Company events
  • Coffee/tea, soft drinks, snacks, fruit at workplace
  • Subsidized lunch
  • Wellness allowance
  • Transportation to work
  • Company healthcare
  • Relocation help: we can provide housing in Kiruna
  • Employee Participation Program