I am a positive, resilient, outgoing and open to change person. I am curious by nature and enjoy learning new things. I love challenges, working with others and coming up with creative solutions.
I'm the kind of person who doesn't settle for a 'no' for an answer, when something is important and worth fighting for.
I firmly believe that each of us has the power to be an agent of change and a contribution to the construction of the society in which we live. Therefore, wherever I am, the principles that guide everything I do are: equity, justice, people's wellbeing and sustainability.
As a professional, I have extensive experience implementing and leading different HR processes and activities such as: organisational development (job profiles, onboarding, performance management, talent management, training, work environment), compensation, payroll, benefits, recruitment, well-being, workforce planning, management control, internal communications and digital transformation.
This, together with a solid background in business administration, allows me to have a comprehensive vision in decision-making, always considering both the economic factors and the impacts on people.
In charge of the Communications, Organisational Development and Wellbeing areas for Chile and Peru, reporting directly to People & Organisation Director South America.
Specific responsibilities of the position included the planning and implementation of processes, programs, tools and activities related to: internal communications, corporate greetings, work environment and culture, employee engagement, benefits, corporate events, corporate induction, compensation, training, development, supplier management, and reporting.
Achievements: Outstanding performance evaluation, development of local intranet, negotiation of employee benefits, implementation of employee recognition program, event organisation for over 500 people, implementation of communication tools, automation of digital forms, Professional Development Newsletters.
Responsible for providing advice and support to the leaders of the Mine and Mine Planning business units of Los Bronces Operation in relation to People Management, implementing processes and activities of Labor Relations, Organisational Development, Training, Recruitment & Selection, Budget & Workforce Planning (1.200 employees and 700 contractors), Management Control, Compensation, Benefits and Employee Support.
Responsible for designing and implementing models, plans and actions for people and organisational development to improve performance and work environment. Specific responsibilities included: Performance Management and Talent Development, Work Environment Survey, Supplier Management, Budget (USD 4.5 million dollars) and Forecast of the area.
Responsible for coordinating activities with Technical Training Institutions (OTECs) and Technical Intermediate Training Institutions (OTICs), overseeing the correct use of the SENCE tax franchise, and implementing Performance Management, Talent Development and Outplacement activities.
Responsible for designing the Career Development process for operator and maintainer roles, to provide an effective, objective, and measurable progression system based on the achievement of occupational competencies.
In charge of providing support to leaders in matters related to Organisational Structure, Performance Management, Talent Development, Compensation, Recruitment, Training, Reporting, Data Quality and Data Entry.
Program designed to develop competencies related to different elements of agile principles and methodologies for project management, with emphasis in process transformation to achieve short- and mid-term goals.
After this program, alumnus will be able to lead projects related to product and service development, with a full understanding of new markets and users, in the era of digital transformation.
Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez | University of St. Gallen
to September 2015
The CEMS MIM programme fosters reflective critical thinking; students become critical, creative and influential thinkers with confident and reflective problem-solving skills. Furthermore, they are trained to assume the personal responsibility of comprehensive leadership.
CEMS MIM graduates can apply their multilingual, multicultural skills in the ever-changing, dynamic world of international business.