Talent Coordinator - Paris

💡 Transition partners
Long-term contract
Localisation Paris, France
Partial remote possible
3 yrs of exp.
Posted on 12-01-2023


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💡 Transition partners

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As the Talent Coordinator for our teams in France and Germany, you will work within a team of 5 individuals dedicated to two branches, representing +100 employees.

You will support the Branch Operations & Talent Lead with implementing people practices and culture development, including onboarding and retention of talent; learning and development; employee experience; employee relations; performance management; equity, diversity, and inclusion; legal and social aspects; and HR-related projects.


  • Be the French and German Ambassador of the Group Talent team’s work streams and tools.
  • Be a support to the Operations & Talent Lead on the implementation of Talent strategies, including learning & development, employee experience, performance evaluation (non-exhaustive) at the branch level.
  • Ensure transparent internal communication and understanding of the talent topics and programs amongst Quantisians.
  • Ensure our HRIS, internal tools and reporting boards are continuously updated for both countries
  • Support the people development/performance management strategy to ensure the performance of every person on the team aligns with Quantis’ purpose, vision and global strategy.
  • Collaborate with the Group Knowledge Management Lead to contribute to the implementation of training, i.e. to organize training sessions at branch level according to needs.
  • Collaborate closely with the Operations & Talent Lead to ensure consultants are well supported on their daily work and career paths.
  • Encourage and empower colleagues with well-being practices in coordination with the Group Talent team.
  • In collaboration with the Group Talent team, support the branch in the development of local policies.
  • Handle HR social activities (social relations - CSE, legal monitoring).
  • Lead the organization of social events and team building activities for the Branch.


  • You’re motivated to put your talent/HR skills to work towards our mission of building a sustainable future and aligning businesses with planetary boundaries.
  • You’re a curious and motivated professional with 3-4 years experience in HR/Talent functions and your peers would recommend you as a supportive team player. A first experience within a growing consulting firm is a plus.
  • You are keen to work on a diverse range of talent topics (performance, management, learning & development, employee engagement, compensation & benefits, onboarding, inclusion & diversity) and ensuring their implementation in a fast-paced, international environment.
  • You feel at ease in agile organizations and are looking to contribute to develop and implement talent practices in an evolving structure.
  • You are interested in learning how Talent can contribute to the achievement of a corporate strategic direction.
  • You have excellent communication and engagement skills, and are able to connect with people both physically and virtually.
  • You have a passion for people and their development.
  • You’re an active, empathetic listener and have a strong sense of service.
  • You have a solid understanding of yourself and of your drivers and motivations, and you are skilled in emotional intelligence.
  • You have a positive, proactive attitude, and are focused on problem solving.
  • You prefer working with a high level of autonomy, self-organization and self-management.
  • You have a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources Management, Organizational Psychology, Business, or another relevant field.
  • You have full professional fluency in English, French/German are considered a big plus.