Top Skills Recruitment is a Bulgarian recruitment agency established by professionals with many years of experience in Business Process & IT Outsourcing. Our higher aim is to find and bring out the best of our Candidates so they can land their most desired job and at the same time deliver high standard services to our Clients.

Today we are giving you the chance to build a career as a HR assistant with French

As part of the team, you will:

  • Responsible to work on Ticketing to resolve the queries received from the employee
  • Responding to inquiries regarding policies and programs including benefits, attendance, payroll deductions, etc.
  • Receive & log all queries received through phone & email
  • Integrity and discretion in dealing with sensitive information and always ensure data privacy


If you have:

  • Excellent command in French – B2 or higher
  • Good knowledge of English – B1 or higher
  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Microsoft Office Proficiency
  • Strong attention to detail and good interpersonal skills
  • Ability to manage confidential and sensitive employee information and adhere to strict data privacy standards
  • Ability to work on shifts


Don’t miss the chance because you will get:

  • Competitive salary
  • Excellent social benefits package including Health Insurance, Life Insurance, Food vouchers
  • Compliment Cards, additional benefits
  • Career opportunities
  • Great office location and work from home possibilities


Sounds interesting? Apply with a CV in English, we are waiting for you.

Key words: HR assistant/ French/ Френски

With this application, you consent to the processing of your personal data for the purpose of providing you temporarily, fixed or permanent work and providing you opportunities for recruitment and future projects to be carried out by Top Skills Recruitment in full compliance with the GDPR and all other applicable data protection laws.

License for recruitment for Bulgaria: № 2399 / 15.11.2017.
License for administration and protection of personal data: № 432025 / 23.10.2017