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Finaro is reimagining the payment industry.


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consider yourself creative, enthusiastic and passionate about solving problems


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About Finaro


Finaro is a global cross-border payment and banking solutions provider empowering international commerce through brilliantly simple payments.


Our passionate team, exceptional tech capabilities, product innovation, and customer-centric approach drive us to simplify complexity and create multidimensional solutions that generate growth and give our customers peace of mind.


We work with some of the biggest industry giants including Plus500, WOLT,, Air Baltic, Payrexx, Revolut, Go2Mobile and Hero Gaming. With a growing global staff of 350 employees, main offices in Israel and Malta, and presence all across Europe, in China, Hong Kong, and North America, the future looks fantastic.


The future looks Finaro.

Human Resources Business Partner



Reporting to the VP Global HR Operations & Compensation and supporting an international headcount spanning across Malta and other European sites, the main duties and responsibilities include:

HR Generalist:

Assist with coaching line managers to help their development and effectiveness, providing advice and guidance on their approach to people management and development.

Assist with workforce planning, including succession planning, identifying skill gaps and training needs.

Hold meetings with team members and line managers in relation to probation reviews, performance assessments and conducting of exit interviews.

Update & maintain administration records across the employment cycle starting from recruitment and selection, onboarding and assimilation, maintenance and terminations.

Pull reports, analyze and compile data, and put together .ppt presentations


Full ownership of own recruitment roles with screening, shortlisting and interviewing potential candidates; Prepare offer letters and contracts of employments (Malta & EU);

Obtain previous references for selected new hires;

Compile, coordinate and schedule training agendas for new joiners;

Conduct full HR orientation including meeting with all new hires, explain training agenda, and collect all required paperwork.


Ability to be pro-active and take own initiative to challenge the status quo, and ‘think outside the box’

Fantastic time management, strong interpersonal and communication skills;

Detail-oriented and works with a high degree of accuracy;

Ability to multitask and work under pressure;

Ability to work independently and complete projects with limited supervision;

An approachable personality – willing to interact with employees across different levels and jurisdictions;

Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to handle sensitive information and situations which require empathy, maturity and strict confidentiality at all times.

Adaptability and flexibility – demonstrating a willingness to learn and evolve with the needs of the department and company;

Strong knowledge of Maltese Employment Legislation;

A minimum of 5 years’ experience within a similar role, ideally working for an international company;

Business Management/HR/Organizational Behavior degree would be considered an asset.

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