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Direction des ressources humaines

The Direction des ressources humaines proposes and conducts the human resources policy of the Judiciary Power. It participates in its implementation by assisting the instances and services in the management and development of the Judiciary Power personnel.

Headline

Contacts

Address

Address

Place du Bourg-de-Four 1
1204 Genève

Contact details

Desk-telephone

Opening hours
8h30-12h / 13h30-17h

Mailing address

Direction des ressources humaines
Case postale 3966
1211 Genève 3

Directorate

Mrs. Catherine VERNIER
Director

Competences

The Direction des ressources humaines:

  • Ensures fair treatment of staff members in compliance with laws and rules of order.
  • Develops and monitors the human resources budget.
  • Advises and supports the directorates of the instances and services in the management of their personnel, in particular in matters of recruitment, development of skills and training, management of conflicts and delicate situations and occupational health.
  • Develops and provides managers with human resources management processes and tools.

Organization

The Direction des ressources humaines, led by the Director of human resources, organizes its activities into three areas of expertise:

  • The HR management of the instances and services of the Judiciary Power, composed of 3 HR officers and 3 HR managers
  • The training sector, managed by a training officer and her assistant
  • The finance sector, headed by a manager and his assistant
     

How to contact us:

For any question related to the administrative management of the files, by e-mail.

For all questions related to training, by e-mail.

For all questions related to finances, by e-mail.

Catherine VERNIER Director
Laura DEL GROSSO
 
HR Officer
Criminal branch and support Directorate
Emma TAKIKAWA DEVOVE
 
HR Officer
Civil branch and support Directorate
Thérèse OSMAN WATA
 
HR Officer
Administrative branch, 2nd instance and support directorates
Damien CROS Head of Compensation, Finance and Controlling
Federica ROSSI Head of training and development

Questions/answers

All our job offers are posted on the vacancies Newsletter of the State of Geneva. Please visit the site regularly to consult our ads.

Applications are processed electronically unless specifically requested by the instance, which will then indicate how to transmit your application file.

As far as possible and to facilitate its consultation, your application file must be separated into 4 parts (CV, cover letter, copies of employer certificates and copies of diplomas). At the end of the recruitment process, an extract from the register of convictions will be systematically requested from the selected candidates.

All our internship places are listed on the vacancies Newsletter of the State of Geneva. Please visit regularly the site where our offers are published.

As far as possible and to facilitate its consultation, your application file must be separated into
4 parts (CV, cover letter, copies of employer certificates and copies of diplomas). Only applications corresponding to an online advertisement will be examined.

All our internship places are listed on the vacancies Newsletter of the State of Geneva. Please visit the site regularly to consult our ads.

The sorting of applications is managed by the instance that has published an internship offer.
If you have any questions about your application, you can contact them directly.

Applications are processed electronically, and candidates will receive a reply by e-mail at the end of the recruitment process.

See also

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