As a Employee Experience Specialist, you will be responsible to ensure the following :Work in collaboration with the Employee Relations & Experience Manager in projects relating to employee experience/engagement Assist in defining the company culture based on employee experiences and feedback. Build on our existing listening mechanisms in order to map the employee journey. Assess the impact that people practices and policies have on the employee experience and use data to understand and identify improvement opportunities. TotalEnergies Survey PULSE Survey (TWOP) Disability campaign & objectives/Follow-up of KPIs Diversity (A) Better Together Ambition 3 (Building a Good Place to work) Context and environmentTotalEnergies Marketing South Africa operates in a highly competitive market driven by an increasing shortage of key skills and competencies as well fluctuating economic environment. Candidate profileAs a Employee Experience Specialist, ideally you will possess the following :Completed Bachelors degree ideally in Human Resources or similar Minimum 3 years experience in a similar role Experience using digital platforms and tools advantageous Ability to work independently as well as part of a team Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment Strong organizational and time management skills Offer IDBRHR General Responsibilities, Human Resources DevelopmentRegion, department, areaSouth AfricaEmployment typeRegular positionMinimum 6 yearsEmployer companyBranchMarketing & ServicesAbout us / company profileGive your best to better energy and make the commitment with Total. With over -plus professions in countries, we offer high safety and environmental standards, strong ethical values, an innovation culture and wide-ranging career development. Be part of the global team whose mission is already shared by , employees: to make energy better each and every day.TotalEnergies is an equal opportunity employer and all applicants that meet the specified criteria will receive consideration for employment without discriminating unfairly on any arbitrary ground, including but not limited to race, gender, sex, ethnic or social origin, colour, sexual orientation, age, disability, religious conscience belief, political opinion, culture, language, marital status, or family responsibility.