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World Leading Global Energy Oil Company has an exciting opportunity for a Employee Relations Advisor, who has 8 -10 years' HR experience within a large blue chip organisation.

Are you passionate about helping an organization address employee workplace issues fairly and consistently?
Do you believe that HR has a role to play in proactively preventing issues from arising through clear policy, education and awareness?
Do you have experience in providing HR/employee relations (ER) support and solutions to colleagues?
Reporting to the Employee and Industrial Relations Manager for the UK, you will lead the UK ER/IR agenda for Downstream, Integrated Gas (inc. New Energies), and Exploration, covering a population of approximately 1600 across the UK.


Employee Relations and Employee Engagement
- Manage high-impact or high-risk individual or collective disciplinary, grievance or other ER issues.
- Advise on employee relations impact related to organisational change, reductions in workforce, acquisitions and divestitures, eg manage UK consultation requirements and advise on staff and leader communication
- Manage external risks and ensure compliance with external legislative requirements
- Provide country specific SME ER advice
- Act as trusted advisor/offer coaching for front line LMs (formal/informal)
- Develop and leverage relationship with internal Employee Representative forums
- Run proactive interventions aimed at improving quality of leadership/employee engagement through line managers
- Develop and execute specific culture and work environment programmes incl. health and welfare design and application
- Drive and support an inclusive workforce for Shell in the UK
- With the support of the line and HR Advice, understand what goes on in the organisation and anticipate what topics can grow into grievances
- Ensure duty of care towards employees and contractors (worker welfare)


HR professionalism protect our license to operate.

The Employee Relations Advisor should be the expert on employee engagement, and complex case management:
- Subject matter expertise in UK Employee Relations practices and processes
- Strong coaching and influencing skills
- Able to identify and understand local external market trends (economic, political, social) and derives insights to drive effective a long-term ER environment.
- Influencing skills to effectively manage a broad range of both external and internal stakeholders.
- A proactive mindset
- Collaboration/integrative leadership (with other parts of the HR organization)
- An ability to look at the big picture, suggest and drive change to proactively and positively support the culture of the organisation
- A sense of humor and strong sense of teamwork and partnership with others

This needs combining with a positive attitude and an ability to work within a large, globally dispersed project team in a multi-cultural environment. You also need to be a self-starter, a logical thinker and a quick learner, with strong initiative and excellent communication, interpersonal and presentation skills, able to write clearly and concisely.

We believe in equality of opportunity for all job applicants regardless of gender, marital status, race, colour, nationality, ethnic origin, creed or religion, disability, sexual orientation or age.

Specialising within Energy Trading, Oil & Gas, Financial Markets and TV & Entertainment, Eaglecliff Recruitment is ISO accredited, a Member of REC and listed within the top 4% for Financial stability by Dun & Bradstreet. Please telephone for an immediate response or email your CV for a reply within one hour. Eaglecliff Ltd is acting in the capacity of an employment agency for permanent recruitment and an employment business for contractor resourcing.

IT/Tech Recruiter
6 month contract
Home working
£150-£170 a day via PAYE
Start Date ASAP

We are currently looking for an IT/Tech specialist Recruiter to focus on an IT transformation project within our customer's business.

You'll be responsible for covering recruitment for Full Stack Developers and DevOps Specialists. Therefore you should have experience recruiting for the following tech stacks:

*Front End
*Back End

These roles will be based in our customers offices across the South East of England.

Ideal Experience required:

-Agency or in-house background
-Pro-active attitude to candidate searching
-Relevant Technology/IT market experience
-Strong understanding of Technology/IT
-Excellent stakeholder management
-Strong communication skills

Please apply to be considered.

  • £400.00 - £500.00

Interim Reward Manager

Sanderson are partnering exclusively with a SME financial services provider to identify a Reward Manager for a 10 month interim contract, London based (remote working until the office reopens). The successful candidate will take responsibility for MI and Reward across multiple locations (UK, Europe and Asia) as part of a complex transformation.


  • Running annual pay review cycle, distribution and allocation of long term incentive scheme,
  • Implementing new global reward across organisation.
  • Administer benefits.
  • Act as global SME for reawrd, addressing employee queries.

Skills & Experience

  • Solid Reward experience gained within a regulated financial services environment.
  • Managing deferred bonus scheme.
  • Leading on reward project work.
  • Writing and presenting on Remco papers.

Thank you for taking the time to consider this job opportunity. If you are interested in discussing the position in more detail please apply online (with your contact details included) and one of our specialist consultants will be in touch.

  • £55000 - £65000/annum
HR Systems Manager 12-month contract - to start ASAP Birmingham City Centre Salary: £55,000 - £65,000 Bell Cornwall Recruitment are seeking an experienced HR Systems Manager for a multinational firm with a global reach, to be based in their Birmingham office. As a HR Systems Analyst, the successful candidate will demonstrate a proven background in extracting and interpreting data using a wealth of CRM, MI and Database tools including V-look ups, pivot tables, Oracle, Business Objects and SQL. Key responsibilities will include: Build and maintain effective working relationships with all internal clients to understand their requirements and challenges Liaise with relevant departments in order to produce and deliver high quality Data Working on multiple HR projects to gather data and statistical trends Develop and implement reporting systems to drive performance, efficiency and cost reduction exercises Provide support and guidance to the Shared Service team Deliver technical MI assistance towards the quality of information exportingThe successful candidate will come from a HR Systems background and will also have exceptional interpersonal and presentation skills in order to appeal to a wide audience with the ability to work on own initiative while delivering to tight deadlines. Interested? Please click the 'APPLY' button now! BCR have more fantastic opportunities for you! Visit (url removed) & follow BCR on Twitter @LoveWorkBeHappy to view all of the latest jobs. BCR want to make finding a job that you will love as smooth sailing as possible. BCR now offer evening appointments to fit around your working life. Love Work Be Happy BELL CORNWALL RECRUITMENT (For the purposes of recruiting for this vacancy Bell Cornwall Recruitment is acting as a recruitment business. Bell Cornwall Recruitment is an equal opportunities employer who welcomes applications from all age groups)
HR Manager – Canary Wharf - 14 month Fixed Term Contract A true generalist role, this role requires someone with strong employee relations experience and experience working in change environments. Given the nature of our business, we need to have an agile workforce, and this role must be commercially aware to anticipate change and drive strategic solutions to develop, engage and retain our top talent. The role is largely operational and requires someone innovative to find creative solutions to challenges Key responsibilities * Begin the conduit between business partnering and central services, ensuring a seamless consistent and first-class HR service delivery * Managing the administration and advisory HR services, including the maintenance of HR systems * Driving process improvement through systems automation to create efficiencies * Taking ownership of policy design and change, ensuring policies and procedures reflect the company’s aims, as well as ongoing maintenance and communication * Managing and taking ownership of high-volume ER cases, and allocating cases based on capacity and complexity * Lead on employee-relations cases, ensuring that all cases are managed fairly and promptly, mitigating risk to the business * Partner with the Learning & Development Partner to develop and deliver a programme of training for managers on people processes and managing employee relations cases * Coaching and supporting managers to ensure they understand the importance of identifying, developing, engaging and retaining the best talent * Coaching and training managers on performance management and continuous performance conversations to address issues through early intervention and minimise escalation * Use management information and people analytics to identify trends and align with managers to address areas of concern and performance to drive high-performance working teams * Be a champion for organisational change, and manage change initiatives with minimal operational risk to the business Knowledge, skills & experience * Significant experience in, and a love of, hands-on and complex employee relations case management, as well as an innovative approach to creating between employment relations between the company and employees * Experience of TUPE processes * Ability to translate business goals into HR processes that are scalable, simple and adaptable to changing business needs * Able to influence senior leaders, change thinking, gain acceptance and drive change * Excellent working knowledge of legislation and the practical application of the law in terms of policies in a commercial environment * Excellent understanding of HR practices, procedures and strong technical skills, particularly in relation to employment law and policy development * An empathetic approach – this role partners our people and we should put them at the forefront when working through people-related matters * Highly organised, flexible team player with excellent prioritisation, strong follow-up skills and an eye for detail * Level 5 CIPD or equivalent is desirable but not essential
SF Recruitment is currently recruiting for an Internal Recruiter on a temp to perm basis. The client offer a very professional working environment and the opportunity to work in a successful HR team. They also offer flexible working hours. The right candidate must come from an internal or RPO recruitment background. The Internal Recruiter will work closely with Hiring Managers across the business - Researching suitable advertising portals for various roles - Liaising with hiring managers on recruitment requirements - Updating internal files on applicants - Sifting through CV's and shortlisting suitable candidates - Understanding job specifications - Sending out of offer letters - Contacting unsuitable candidates with feedback - Informing hiring managers on progress reports - Taking references for new starters
  • £20619 - £21619/annum
Adecco are pleased to be recruiting on behalf of North Wales Police for an HR Administrator (Employee Services) to join their Shared Service Team for an initial 6 months. The purpose of the role is to support the Shared Service Facility to carry out the transactional administrative elements of the Human Resources (HR), Training and related processes in a timely and accurate manner. Your main duties will involve: Maintaining and updating the IT systems and online records. To ensure that personal data and employee information is updated accurately and within agreed timeframes. Monitor to ensure relevant documentation provided to Line Managers and Employees is completed and retained in line with Force policies. To deal with internal and external general enquiries efficiently and effectively and direct individuals to the relevant documentation if appropriate e.g. policies, procedures. Co-ordinate the booking and attendance of applicants and staff to appointments, meetings and events. To ensure correspondence from the SSF (by post or email) is sent by agreed deadlines and contains the relevant and accurate information. Support in any other administrative tasks as required. Required experience and skills: Experience working in an HR or Shared Service environment Able to work quickly and adapt to changing priorities Able to manage own workload effectively Excellent IT skills- Word, Excel and have a good typing speed (35wpm) Able to create correspondence and policy documents to a high standard Strong communication skills The role is full time (Mon-Fri 37 hours per week) and based out of Colwyn Bay. Offer is subject to a police background check. Adecco acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and an employment business for the supply of temporary workers. The Adecco Group UK & Ireland is an Equal Opportunities Employer. By applying for this role your details will be submitted to Adecco. Our Candidate Privacy Information Statement explains how we will use your information - please copy and paste the following link in to your browser
Our client has an opportunity for an experienced HR Officer/Co-ordinator to join their team on a 12 month maternity cover. We are looking for candidates who are talented and drive and confident and happy to be the first port of call to employees and external partners for all HR related queries. You must have a good understanding of employment law to support your HR experience. The role * Co-ordinating the new starter administration process from end to end ensuring accurate offer packs and supporting documents are issued in line with internal SLA’s. * Organise staff vetting and monitor compliance with the Staff Vetting Policy. * Supporting new starter queries with access to appropriate benefits. * Co-ordinating inductions * Recording absence within the HR system and providing first line advice on the completion of return to work interviews. * Responsible for ensuring all administration related contractual obligations are satisfied i.e. professional qualification checks, right to work checks and employment referencing. * Dealing with HR matters including maternity cover, paternity cover tc. * Processing all authorised changes to pay within the HR System and issuing appropriate change confirmation letters. * Raising PO’s and co-ordinating invoices to support HR and L&D budget control. * Administering employee benefits i.e. Cycles, Holiday Plus, Tusker and Childcare Vouchers. * Undertaking HR administration housekeeping i.e. efficient storage of personnel files, templates, letters and forms. * Recruitment activities, such as job posting and interview scheduling. * Co-ordinating all leaver filing and archiving. * Co-ordinating HR administration related improvement projects i.e. archiving and paperless personnel files. * Proactively liaise with HR Advisor highlighting trends and patterns relating to sickness absence and risk assessments required in response to matters highlighted from staff vetting. * Assist with HR administration system development including ensuring appropriate access is available to employees, bulk uploads are timely and system changes are affected to reflect internal policies. * Ensuring incoming and outgoing post is distributed in a timely manner. * General HR project work. * Other duties as required by Head of HR and / or HR Director. The Person Good general education with a minimum GCSE C Grade or equivalent in English and Maths CPP / CIPD qualification Strong planning, coordination and organizational skills Proficient in using Microsoft Office tools in a 365 environment Have a good working knowledge of HRIS systems Ability to maintain highly confidential and sensitive information Initiative & drive; continuously improve processes & deliver against agreed objectives/service levels Ability to make decisions on, and appropriately escalate, tasks that impact customer service levels with a sense of urgency Multi-tasking experience in a fast-paced environment, completing work tasks with speed and accuracy in a detailed work environment. Previous generalist experience of HR Administration and collation of data for payroll. Excellent organisational skills including ability to manage time and prioritise effectively. Well-developed interpersonal skills and able to engage with colleagues at all levels. Exceptional attention to detail. Proven track record of delivering excellent service to customers and stakeholders at all times A strong team player with an excellent attitude and professional character Due to the large number of responses we receive it is not always possible to respond to every application. We will only contact those candidates short-listed for this role. If you have not heard from us within 7 days please assume you have been unsuccessful on this occasion. If you wish to apply for further roles please do so. We will retain your details on file and contact you should a suitable vacancy become available
Candidate Consultant Northampton 8.30am - 5.30pm Monday - Friday Salary - Competitive Initial 6 month FTC We are delighted to be recruiting into our business a Candidate Consultant to join our Resource and Admin hub, if you are an experienced candidate resourcer, with a passion for for placing people and providing exceptional candidate care - we want to hear from you. This is an exiting opportunity to join a vibrant, innovative and driven team. Job Purpose To assist with the recruitment and selection of temporary and permanent candidates for various contracts throughout acs recruitment Duties Writing of adverts for various jobs across a plethora of platforms including job boards and social media Responding to all candidate's enquiries into the business for 'job searches' and advertisements Carrying out searches for candidates. Contacting candidates and arranging registrations Tracking candidates progress/activity Assisting in identifying, assessing and putting forward appropriately qualified and skilled job-seeking candidates for placement into specified vacancies Maintaining a pool of readily available temporary candidates Liaising with colleagues and other company departments as required. Providing support to Management and other parts of the business as and when required Ensuring that all appropriate information is obtained and maintained for both temporary and permanent candidates Updating the system with candidate details Ensuring records are kept in line with legislative requirements. Working to KPI's regarding candidates sourced for site requirements Booking inductions Candidate Assignment confirmations Providing reports for Account Managers and Senior ManagementPerson Specification Confident communicator Strong IT skills - including the use of MS Office and Excel Language skills an advantage Highly organised, methodical and ability to work in a fast paced environment Previous resource experience desirable within a high volume environment*** closing date 24th July 2020
  • £30000 - £35000/annum
Does using your in house experience to recruit for a company with an ethical purpose appeal to you? If so, please read on. I’m searching for a great in house recruiter who is great with stakeholders, has a strong background within direct sourcing, and able to build strong relationships with candidates at all levels who can add value to a company who aren’t slowing down in our current environment. I’m specifically looking for a recruiter who has at least 2 years of experience within an in-house environment where they have managed their own vacancies from end to end, mainly filling roles through direct sourcing. You may have agency recruitment experience too, but this company need someone who has worked in house previously. The roles that you’re filling will be a mix of some head office roles, and specialist roles within the construction industry. You will also be required to visit different offices in the South East to support interviews etc. This is a fixed term appointment for 6 months initially wihich will be paid through payroll. Please either apply below, or call Catherine at Hill and Jago to discuss in greater detail