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  • £35000 - £40000/annum
Compensation Analyst/Advisor with a very interesting global business… Job title – Compensation Analyst Location – Central London (Near Oxford Circus) Salary - £35-40k per annum Contract type – Initially 6-8 weeks, Fixed Term Contract, potential permanent opportunity Start date – Start of January Is this the best reward role that you will apply to today? We like to make bold statements but we always back them up with a compelling story. We think that this is a brilliant opportunity and we are looking for the brightest and best in reward to join our client on a contract basis. They are also looking for a permanent hire so if you are interested in a temp to perm scenario, even better. We don’t want to tell you who they are just yet as that will spoil the surprise but we think that they are a great business to work for. You will be working with a professional and good-humoured team that love what they do. They are incredibly engaged with the business they work for, understandably so. You will have a great boss and supportive colleagues around you. It really is a very nice place to work. What does the job look like? Our client needs an extra pair of hands to support them through the busy pay review period. You will support with administration activities around this and update their Oracle HR system accordingly. You will assist with the creation and implementation of salary ranges and merit matrices in accordance with the compensation strategy. You may also be required to provide salary forecasts and modelling and ensure that new salary ranges and pay grades are loaded into Peoplesoft. You will assist HR and other stakeholders on how to use salary ranges and merit matrices. You will provide support to the Head of Compensation & Benefits on day-to-day tasks and adhoc projects. Who are we looking for? You will be comfortable handling process and numbers. This is key. It is imperative that you possess strong analystical skills, with an ability to interpret and translate numerical, statistical and written information in a clear and concise manner. We are looking for someone with real passion and enthusiasm for what they do but also real maturity and a confidence in your own reward knowledge. You should also be IT literate. You don’t need to have used Peoplesoft before but you should be able and willing to pick this up quickly. If you have worked for another organisation that is of a reasonable order of magnitude that would be great. If you have the experience required, then we will consider you. It is a vibrant and collegiate working environment and we are looking for someone that is good at collaborating with their colleagues. This is a business that is heavily based on relationships and this certainly applies to this role. You will have supported with compensation activities and will be a specialist in process. We would like to see some work around pay reviews. What’s in it for you? A very real opportunity to progress with a fantastic business and potentially get your foot in the door for the permanent role. We would love to tell you more about this job. Send us your CV and we can tell you all about it
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  • £19.62 - £20.60/hour
Our client is recruiting for a HR Payroll Services Manager to join their team in January until October with possible extension. The person currently in this post will leave by end of Jan 2019. They really require someone to come in ideally before the end date, to ensure element of handover. The Payroll and HR Services Manager will be responsible for the day-to-day management of the UK Payroll and HR Services team. This involves ensuring the monthly payroll is run accurately and on time, that administration of benefits is carried out as per set policies and that efficient processes are in place to ensure a smooth and professional experience by customers. Role: * Provide effective day to day management of the Payroll and HR Services team (currently 3 members of staff). This includes direct line management with responsibilities such as, amongst others, performance management, setting of objectives and career development * Act as the first point of escalation for queries, issues or customer complaints arising from the Payroll and HR Services team. The role holder will be expected to review any complaints and introduce service improvements to mitigate future issues * Perform payroll checks on a monthly basis and ensure all new starters and leavers’ information as well as monthly changes are sent to the payroll provider accurately and on time. This involves checking contracts of employment and signing off payroll instructions to the payroll provider * Lead on the overpayments process, ensuring records are updated as necessary when overpayments are identified and that individuals are written to within the expected timescales, following through to recovery of funds. The suitable candidate will have the following requirements: • Tax, NI and any other payroll specific knowledge and experience is absolutely critical • Benefits knowledge and experience, such as cycle2work scheme and childcare vouchers • Statutory rules and regulations knowledge, such as maternity, sickness and shared parental leave • Experience of managing busy teams, preferably within a shared services environment • Experience of reviewing and implementing payroll/HR process changes • Supplier management – managing of SLA’s and holding service review meetings • Project management experience - Ideally in payroll implementation is highly desirable. Working hours are Monday to Friday, 9:00 to 17:00 at a rate of £19.62 per hour PAYE inside IR35. Disclaimer: By applying for this role, you give consent for your information to be forwarded to our Client(s) and information of which may be retained within our databases
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  • £299 - £300/day INSIDE IR35
THIS CONTRACT WITH THE MINISTRY OF HOUSING COMMUNITIES AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT CORE (MHCLG) IS PAYING UPTO £300.00 PER DAY (INSIDE IR35) is FOR 6 WEEKS AT LONDON THE ROLE REQUIRES THE CANDIDATE TO BE CTC CLEARED, ANY APPLICANTS WHO ALREADY HOLD CTC CLEARANCE WILL HAVE AN ADVANTAGE CV DEADLINE: Thursday 20th December at 12:00 noon Description: This role will provide management and support across a range of HR projects and services. Providing HR insight and input into the development of business strategy, including responsibility for the delivery of HR strategy, in line with operational business needs; Supporting managers in enhancing business performance through improving the performance, capability and motivation of its people; Provide the HR expertise to projects; Identifying and own HR best practice on behalf of the business. Minimizing disputes and employment tribunal costs through effective implementation of policies, engaging with Unions, Senior Management, Line Managers and staff with all new and revised policies. Key Skills/Criteria • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, competent at engaging professionally with stakeholders at many levels with a good ability to persuade and influence others. • Excellent customer service and interpersonal skills with the ability to build and maintain effective working relationships and networks .You will need to be able to build effective relationships across the Directorate, Department and the wider Civil Service, keeping up to date on emerging developments and have a forward thinking approach. • Excellent at management and people development. • Excellent awareness of the wider context and ability to participate in the strategic discussion - being aware of wider trends across the Civil Service and in different sectors to develop and implement your own approach and process improvements • Good working knowledge of Microsoft Office, particularly Outlook, Word and Excel Minimum Requirement: Experience in HR Policies, Data (Drafting and Reporting Data) and general experience in HR THE ROLE REQUIRES THE CANDIDATE TO BE CTC CLEARED, ANY APPLICANTS WHO ALREADY HOLD CTC CLEARANCE WILL HAVE AN ADVANTAGE CV DEADLINE: Thursday 20th December at 12:00 noon
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  • £15.00 - £20/hour
Cedar are currently assisting a Global Recruitment company with the recruiting of a Credit Controller. This role will be based in their head office in the city of London and is a 12 month temporary contract paying between £15-£20ph based on experience. This role will be working a small but sociable finance team and include the following duties: ·Importing billing templates into Netsuite to generate invoices ·Liaising with internal teams to resolve any billing queries ·sole responsibility for the debtors ledger which consists of 30 clients and a value of £5million ·Completing reconciliation's ·Preparing weekly management reports Ideal requirements for this role include recent Netsuite experience and dealing with International clients. You will also need to be available to start this role towards the end of January 2019 and be able to fully commit to a 1 year contract
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  • £30000 - £40000/annum
Interim Reward Business Partner Based in West Midlands - Birmingham Paying between £35k - £40k I am working with a leading private sector business who are looking for a Reward Business Partner to join their team based in Birmingham. You will either be an experienced Reward specialist or be a Senior Reward Analyst looking to take that next step into a junior Business Partner role. What you will be doing? • Review and mapping of all benefits and terms and conditions. • Design, development and implementation of new / alternative schemes and programmes. • Manage on a day to day basis all reward. • Benchmarking structures as appropriate and provision of market insight to the business. • Provide support and guidance to key organisational projects, in relation to reward data. • Stakeholder engagement - manipulating data and presenting back to the business. • Governance and policy update and review. What we are looking for? • CIPD Qualified or equivalent. • Designing and implementing bonus and pay schemes. • Experience of working within a fast paced environment. • Commercial awareness and knowledge of reward packages. • Stakeholder engagement across a variety of levels. • Attention to detail. Interim Reward Business Partner Based in West Midlands - Birmingham Paying between £35k - £40k This role would suit somebody who is already in the following roles: Senior Reward Analyst, Reward Manager, Reward Business Partner, Compensation & Benefits Specialist, Reward Specialist. Badenoch and Clark acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and an employment business for the supply of temporary workers. Badenoch and Clark UK is an Equal Opportunities Employer. By applying for this role your details will be submitted to Badenoch and Clark. Our Candidate Privacy Information Statement explains how we will use your information – please copy and paste the following link in to your browser: https://(url removed)/candidate-privacy
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Are you looking for a customer facing HR role which offers agile working? This is a 6 month fixed term contract with a values based organisation in Gwent. You will be part of a wider HR team and be responsible for one of the business areas, providing advise and guidance to managers on any HR issues that may arise.  A key part of this role is that HR are visible in the wider organisation and you will be building relationships with managers and business areas.  As this is a contract, it is essential that the suitable person has strong HR experience and is able to hit the ground running. You will ideally be CIPD qualified (or equiv)  The suitable person would need to be available to start in the new year. If you are interested in this role, please apply online today or feel free to call Emily Summerhayes on (Apply online only) for a confidential discussion
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Are you an immediately available HR Administrator who has exposure to the benefits process? Job Title: HR & Benefit Coordinator Salary: £28,500 Location: West London Industry Sector: Entertainment Contract: 3 Month FTC - has the potential to go permeant for the right candidate. Start Date: w/c 7th January This is great opportunity to join a leading, well-known brand. This is a client Ashley Kate have worked with before, the HR department prides itself on the supportive culture it has created and is keen to find someone who will feel like part of the team About the role ·Provide first class HR Administration service to support the business ·Take ownership of all of benefit administration duties ·Assist the benefit manager with benefit renewal process ·Regularly review and update benefits guide ·Assist with improving payroll process · Support the continues improvement of new starts and leavers process About you ·Previous experience in a busy diverse HR role ·Previous involvement with the benefits process ·Strong excel skills ·Strong written and verbal skills If you are interested in this role, please apply or contact Ashley Kate for further details. Ashley Kate specialise in recruitment nationwide for temporary, contract and permanent roles. We give equal priority to our candidate and client relationships and ensure we deliver a highly professional consultancy service at all times. Ashley Kate operates as a Recruitment Agency for the provision of permanent candidates and as a Recruitment Business for the provision of temporary candidates
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Part time HR Assistant (3 days per week) required by a leading membership body based in the City of London. The HR Assistant will support the HR team in providing a first class HR service for the entire organisation with particular responsibility for HR administration. This is a 12 month fixed term contract, working 21 hours per week (3 days), paying £24,000 pro rata. Please note that interviews for this role will take place in mid to late January 2019. Core duties / responsibilities of the HR Assistant: " Providing administrative support for recruitment and on-boarding activities from start to end including: uploading adverts onto the Human Resources Information System (HRIS) and appropriate job boards, collating applications and co-ordinating shortlisting and selection, processing application outcomes on the HRIS and producing draft offer documentation. " Processing changes on the HRIS in relation to the full employee life-cycle from entering new joiners to contract and payroll changes and leaver details. " To become an expert user for the HRIS, updating workflows as necessary, setting up automatic and manual reports and surveys, and continually looking for ways to improve and streamline our HRIS processes. " Planning, arranging and recording training, including regular internal training / induction sessions, external courses identified through the planning, development and review process, health and safety training and all staff training days. " Updating the HR content on the intranet and website as appropriate. " Monitoring and responding to emails received in the HR inbox or forwarding to the appropriate colleague as necessary. " Taking minutes at Staff Committee meetings and occasionally at other meetings as appropriate. " Maintaining effective, secure and up to date filing systems, whether in hard copy or electronic, in accordance with the organisation's data protection policies. " Supporting the HR team with projects and HR initiatives. " Providing reception cover as required. " Undertake such other duties, commensurate with the post, as may be directed by the line manager. If you are interested in this vacancy, please click APPLY NOW below
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HR Coordinator The HR team at Uppingham school has started an exciting journey. With a new HR Director in place, a People Strategy has been developed, which has ambitious plans. At the same time, a new HR system is being rolled out across the school. Uppingham School, founded in 1584, is a leading co-educational independent boarding school. Its 800 pupils, aged 13-18, are accommodated in 15 boarding houses, taught by over 20 academic departments, and participate in numerous extra-curricular activities such as sports, music, and drama. The academic programme is supported by business units responsible for marketing, estates, finance, human resources, IT, catering, cleaning, health and safety, and the School’s trading subsidiary. The School employs over 600 staff. Position: HR Co-Ordinator Location: Uppingham, Oakham, Rutland (Commutable from Corby, Kettering, Stamford, Leicester, Melton Mowbray, Peterborough and surrounding areas) Job type: Full Time, 18 months Fixed Term Contract Salary: circa £22,000 per annum Benefits: 30 days holiday per annum plus bank holidays. Public Holidays that fall in term time are normal working days. It should be noted that up to 5 days’ holiday (less public holiday) may be required to be taken, over the Christmas / New Year period. Access to the Uppingham School Group Pension Plan. Private Health care: the School pays 50% of the premium (pro-rata for part-time staff). Free staff lunches during term time. Full membership of Uppingham School Sports Centre for an annual fee only of £15 for full-time employees, pro-rated monthly membership for part-time employees. Uppingham Benefits – provided by Sodexo which provides a variety of offers, discounts and rewards. Death in service cover* with a lump sum of two times the contractual annual salary. Closing date: 2nd January 2019 Interview date: 11th January 2019 About the role: As HR Coordinator you will provide a comprehensive, accurate and high-quality HR administration service across the employee life cycle to internal and external customers, ensuring that tasks, systems and process are continually maintained, updated and improved, ensuring that the delivery of HR administration to the organisation is to the highest standard and provided in a timely and efficient manner to all stakeholders. Responsibilities: - Oversee compliance processes to ensure statutory safer recruitment requirements are in place for all new starters and ensuring the Single Centre Record (SCR) is up-to-date at all times - Prepare HR related correspondence in relation to contractual changes, with the support of the HR Business Partners - Produce standard monthly reports as required (e.g., starters, leavers, changes, probationary, absence) - Ensuring the effective scheme administration of company benefits, through liaison with third parties - Ensuring all company benefit subscriptions are activated / deactivated in a timely manner - Coordinating recruitment and selection processes and the induction process. About you: - Strong experience within a busy HR Environment, as you will play a pivotal role in working with the newly-established team, to develop excellent working practices that demonstrate added value. - Good standard of education including Level 2 English & Maths - CIPD level 3 qualification (or equivalent) - Current CIPD membership - Good general administration experience - Good knowledge of HR processes and terminology - Excellent IT skills – proficiency in Excel, PowerPoint, Word, Outlook and previous experience of HR databases - Previous experience in an Independent School environment - Experience of overseeing others work flow - Experience of using HR systems - previous user of Access Select HR (or similar HR system). - Knowledge of current Employment Law and compliance (i.e. GDPR) - Effective communication and interpersonal skills, in order to deal tactfully and sensitively with people at all levels - Customer Service focus You may have experience of the following: HR Coordinator, Human Resources Coordinator, HR Assistant, Human Resources Assistant, HR Administrator, Human Resources Administrator, HR Officer, Human Resources Officer, HR Generalist, Human Resources Generalist, HR Adviser, Human Resources Adviser, HR, Human Resources, Recruitment Administrator, Recruitment, Resourcer, CIPD, Customer Service, etc
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  • £12.13 - £12.74/hour
Our client is recruiting for an Employment Adviser to join their team in January until December 2019 with possibility of becoming permanent. The Council, Employment, Learning and Skills delivers a wide range of DWP, ESFA and ESF funded programmes as part of the Welfare to Work strategy. The programmes we work on provide support to residents of Portsmouth and neighbouring areas who are either long term unemployed, have a disability or health condition such as experiencing mental health issues or have other barriers as to why gaining sustained employment is proving to be a challenge. Role: The Employment Adviser will provide an end to end employment focused service to participants on one of the programmes - to which referrals can be mandatory or voluntary. You will complete an initial in depth assessment of each participant on your caseload, develop a participant profile and individual action plan and offer ongoing information, advice and guidance to develop skills, confidence and motivation. You will be accountable for moving participants in to paid employment, supporting them in making the transition from benefits into work and maintaining ongoing in work support to a point where they no longer require face to face support and intervention to secure job sustainability. You will develop and maintain an in depth knowledge of the local labour market, benefits system and entitlements, establish effective working relationships with local employers, recruitment agencies and Jobcentre Plus. You will also be required to market and promote the service to employers and suppliers by representing the team at appropriate events including job fairs, careers conventions and employer open days. Requirements: * Valid UK driving licence with access to vehicle * Relevant experience in an employment/recruitment/training role * The ability to manage and support a caseload of participants and professionally and effectively challenge their barriers to employment * Experience of influencing and motivating others effectively and able to overcome objections positively * To be able to carry out regular one to one reviews, carry our diagnostic assessments, develop individual action plans, performance reviews and use feedback from employers and work placement hosts to further develop individual's needs * A sound knowledge of Equalities and Health and Safety policies with experience of carrying out risk assessments Working hours are Monday to Friday, 9:00 to 17:00, at a rate of £12.13 per hour PAYE inside IR35. Disclaimer: By applying for this role, you give consent for your information to be forwarded to our Client(s) and information of which may be retained within our databases
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