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Aurora Energy Research

Aurora Energy Research is a dynamic and fast-grow­ing energy con­sult­ing and ana­lyt­ics com­pany. We are con­trib­ut­ing to the global energy trans­ition through ana­lysis, tools and data, and inform the decisions of most major European energy mar­ket par­ti­cipants. Our sub­scrip­tion busi­ness provides data and intel­li­gence on energy mar­ket dynam­ics to lead­ing private and pub­lic-sec­tor cli­ents; our con­sult­ing team sup­ports our cli­ents’ long-term stra­tegic and invest­ment decisions. We cover all key energy com­mod­it­ies, with par­tic­u­lar focus on the power sec­tor and low-car­bon energy trans­form­a­tion.

Aurora was foun­ded in 2013 by a group of Uni­versity of Oxford aca­dem­ics on the premise that tech­no­lo­gical pro­gress and policy inter­ven­tions make energy mar­kets increas­ingly com­plex. Our mis­sion is to provide rig­or­ous, soph­ist­ic­ated ana­lysis and energy mar­ket mod­el­ling to address this increas­ing mar­ket com­plex­ity. Aurora is now a thriv­ing, rap­idly grow­ing com­pany of over 180 staff with offices in Oxford, Ber­lin and Sydney. We cur­rently serve 300 of Europe’s most influ­en­tial energy sec­tor par­ti­cipants, includ­ing util­it­ies, investors and gov­ern­ments, and expect to con­tinue to grow rap­idly, adding new coun­tries and SaaS products to our port­fo­lio.

HR Assist­ant (Ber­lin)

Aurora is look­ing for an HR Assist­ant to join our Ber­lin office

Work­ing field:

We are look­ing for an HR Assist­ant to join our Ber­lin team who will be respons­ible for the over­all coordin­a­tion and sup­port of our employee exper­i­ence, devel­op­ment ini­ti­at­ives and recruit­ment activ­it­ies.

The HR Assist­ant will sup­port the Office Man­ager on all day-to-day employee-related mat­ters. The role offers a broad range of duties and respons­ib­il­it­ies in all areas of HR and the oppor­tun­ity to play an import­ant role in devel­op­ing the HR func­tion in the Ber­lin office. The key focus of the role is to ensure a pos­it­ive employee exper­i­ence, coordin­at­ing all train­ing mat­ters and man­aging the end-to-end recruit­ment pro­cess for the Ber­lin office. You will work as part of a vibrant, fast-paced Oper­a­tions team where no day is the same.

We are look­ing for someone who can work inde­pend­ently, has a high atten­tion to detail and can hit the ground run­ning. You must have excel­lent organ­isa­tional skills and be a con­fid­ent com­mu­nic­ator. Pre­vi­ous exper­i­ence work­ing within an Oper­a­tions or HR Depart­ment would be an advant­age.
This is a chance to gain exper­i­ence within an organ­isa­tion where indi­vidu­als thrive on change and work within an excit­ing and dynamic envir­on­ment.

Key respons­ib­il­it­ies:
  • First point of con­tact for all HR related mat­ters for the Ber­lin office
  • Man­aging the end-to-end employee exper­i­ence; with all onboard­ing and off­board­ing activ­it­ies
  • Man­aging the full recruit­ment life­cycle for the Ber­lin team includ­ing the gradu­ate pro­gramme
  • Hir­ing Man­agers ensur­ing a smooth and effi­cient hir­ing pro­cess
  • Part of the global train­ing com­mit­tee, man­aging and coordin­at­ing the logist­ics and train­ing require­ments across all entit­ies
  • Cre­ate monthly reports on HR & recruit­ment-related mat­ters used for the Aurora Man­age­ment team
  • Assist with monthly payroll, cre­ate guides and con­duct rel­ev­ant train­ing for the Ber­lin office
  • Work closely with the HR team and tak­ing dir­ec­tion from the HR Man­ager to con­tinu­ally improve and stream­line pro­cesses across all entit­ies, sup­port­ing with all ad hoc HR requests


Required attrib­utes:
  • Ini­tial work exper­i­ence in oper­a­tional HR, e.g. through intern­ships or stu­dent train­ee­ships or suc­cess­fully com­pleted bach­elor's degree with a focus on human resources or com­par­able pro­fes­sional train­ing
  • Be able to work autonom­ously as well as in a team
  • Excel­lent time man­age­ment, admin­is­tra­tion and organ­isa­tional skills
  • Excel­lent MS skills par­tic­u­larly Out­look (diary man­age­ment), MS Power­Point, Excel & Word
  • Abil­ity to work to dead­lines and man­age con­flict­ing pri­or­it­ies
  • Adapt­able, flex­ible and open to learn­ing and atten­tion to detail
  • Strong writ­ten and verbal com­mu­nic­a­tion as well as inter­per­sonal skills
  • Able to speak Ger­man (C1 level) and Eng­lish (C1) is essen­tial

Desir­able attrib­utes:
  • Work exper­i­ence in HR or as a Train­ing Coordin­ator, Train­ing Facil­it­ator is desir­able
  • Exper­i­ence of work­ing with an HRM sys­tem is desir­able

What we of­fer:

  • A dynamic, fast think­ing, and sup­port­ive envir­on­ment
  • The oppor­tun­ity to sub­stan­tially influ­ence our pro­cesses
  • Dir­ect engage­ment with can­did­ates and the dif­fer­ent teams at Aurora
  • The oppor­tun­ity to grow into an HR expert for our Ber­lin office
  • A fun, informal and inter­na­tional work cul­ture
  • Reg­u­lar coach­ing and ment­or­ing ses­sions
  • An office in the most vibrant part of Kreuzberg with cof­fee, fruit and snacks
  • Private com­pany pen­sion scheme
  • Com­pany Bene­fits pro­gram includ­ing Job­Ticket sub­sidy, SpendIt Card, JobRad and more

How to ap­ply:

Even if you don’t meet all the require­ments and are inter­ested, please still apply and let us know your motiv­a­tions.

Start dates are flex­ible, please indic­ate your earli­est pos­sible start date. Applic­ants should apply with their CV, uni­versity tran­scripts and, if applic­able, ref­er­ence let­ters as well as a brief cover let­ter.

To apply, please click on the fol­low­ing link