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  • £40000 - £50000/annum
Immediate start for an Interim HR Manager within a dynamic commercial firm in the Croydon area. You'll have a strong generalist skill-set and a commercial approach with a proactive attitude - someone happy to get stuck in. This fast paced business is going through an exciting period and is looking for a proactive Interim HR Manager to support management team with their generalist HR knowledge. Interim HR Manager - 3 month FTC * Management reporting * Employee relations * Performance management, * Project work * generalist duties including supporting payroll. Interim HR Manager requirements: * Excellent ER & change management, restructure and redundancy experience * Have a high level of communication skills * Be a problem solver with any issues that arise during this project. * A can do, proactive attitude; rolling sleeves up and getting stuck in * Prior experience working in the private sector * Creative streak and the ability to adapt policy/ process to suit this type of environment Immediate start for an Interim HR Manager within a dynamic commercial firm in the Croydon area. You'll have a strong generalist skill-set and a commercial approach with a proactive attitude - someone happy to get stuck in. If you are ready for a new interim position and love going into businesses and helping them apply now! Due to the number of responses we receive to our advertisements we are unable to respond individually to each application. If you do not hear from us within 7 days you may assume you have not been selected this time – but you are welcome to apply for any future vacancy you feel you are suitable for. Thank you for your interest in Acme Appointments
  • £36000 - £40000/annum
Working together with the HR Manager, the purpose of the role is to ensure that an effective, timely and commercially focused HR service is delivered to the Head Office and Warehouse teams, primarily business partnering with Line Managers. You will act as People Partner to all departments, building the HR skills and have a minimum of 1-2 years' experience within a Senior HR Advisor or similar role working with Head Office functions Experience of having advised and coached Line Managers on a broad range of HR issues Previous experience of logistics or warehouse would be an advantage Knowledge - Level 5 CIPD qualification would be desirable - Up-to-date and thorough knowledge of employment legislation - Full UK Driving Licence is essential as some travel will be required Skills - Able to demonstrate a track record of delivery of outcomes which drive business performance - Excellent communication skills with evidence of building great working relationships with line managers and employees at all levels through effective business partnering - Good MS Office Skills and some experience of having used a HRIS - Ability to put together and give interesting presentations - The ability to produce clear and comprehensive written communications - Ability to influence - Excellent investigative skills - Able to demonstrate accuracy and attention to detail - Able to work under pressure in a fast-paced environment and juggle priorities - Experience of using Oracle HRIS - Experience of managing projects Parkside Recruitment Ltd is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy. Parkside Recruitment is an Equal Opportunities Employer
HR Advisor; 6 - 8 month FTC to perm; Full-time; Manchester – East; Salary up to £30,000 An excellent development opportunity has arisen for our well-known, award winning client in their search for a HR Advisor. Search HR are delighted to exclusively support this business in an exiting period of growth and change, to source an experienced proactive, practical professional who will co-lead an ever-changing Employee Relations caseload end to end. This role will report into the Senior HR Advisor and involve carrying out the day-to-day generalist activities, ER as well as hands-on support on several key HR projects. This position is ideal for anybody who wants to build their HR experience for a growing company with exceptional future opportunities to climb an established career ladder within the HR team. The successful candidate’s core duties and responsibilities will include (but by no means be limited to): • First point of contact for all staff, answering basic to complex queries including taking on grievances; • Manage an active and ever changing employee relations case load, providing advice to line managers and following through to outcome stage; • Supporting / leading on key HR project areas including diversity, inclusion, retention and engagement; • Producing monthly HR reports to line manager; • Dealing with and managing key stakeholder relationships, attending meetings, managing expectations and influencing to achieve a commercial outcome where necessary; • Supporting with acquisitions and re-structures; • Supporting with recruitment; • Other ad-hoc duties as and when required Essential criteria: • CIPD qualified; • Established & recent HR Advisor / Generalist level experience (at least 2 years); • Accountability within volume employee relations case loads and experience either in or working closely with a busy HR team; • Excellent communication skills; (both written & verbal) • In depth knowledge of complex HRIS (I-Trent experience extremely desirable) This truly is an exciting time of positive change to join a diverse, fast paced, well known Manchester brand. Interviews are being held week commencing 1st July, so if you have the relevant skills & experience outlined above, please apply below for immediate consideration. Search is an equal opportunities recruiter and we welcome applications from all suitably skilled or qualified applicants, regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/beliefs, sexual orientation or age
Do you have the passion and determination to be a Recruitment Consultant? If you answer yes, then keep reading! I am looking for a consultant to join my small, friendly team as a 9 month maternity cover, which will have the possibility of going on longer or becoming permanent. We cover the whole of the South West for admin and clerical temporary roles for Government clients. Amongst other things, on a typical daily basis you will be; Resourcing & registering candidates Arranging interviews Running payroll weekly Advertising jobs Managing a holiday inbox Answering client queries The beauty of our team, is there are NO SALES CALLS! Our clients have a contract so no need for cold calling to get the work in so you can spend more time building relationships with your clients and candidates. You must have a full UK driving licence and access to your own vehicle, good eye for detail, great administration & customer service skills as well as a hunger for being the best! If this sounds like something you`d like to join, please give Gemma a call on (phone number removed) for more info
  • £18000 - £21000/annum Bonus
Want to be in a high achieving, fast paced, forward thinking team? Randstad Construction, Property & Engineering are the best-performing specialism within Randstad UK. Randstad CPE is recruiting for an extremely exciting role to join the team. You will spend your time sourcing and speaking with the highest quality construction people in the region. If you are looking to gain experience and tonnes of progression with the world's largest recruitment in the world?? Here is your chance! Job Title: Graduate Resourcer Salary: £18,000 - £20,000 k+ Bonus Location: "City" London - EC4R 1BN (Closest stations Cannon, Mansion House, and Bank) So, to answer some questions you might have at this point… What’s in it for you? As well as investing £8,000 into your training, Randstad pays a strong basic salary dependant on your level of recruitment experience and that is just the beginning. Randstad also offers an uncapped commission scheme on top of this basic that will see you being paid for exactly what you put into the role. The age-old adage of “what you put in you certainly get back out” – typically being between £30,000 - £45,000 in your first year and then anything above £50,000+ for the remainder of your career. In addition, regular office outings and an all-expense paid conference! Additional reasons why graduates should join us? Randstad CPE has been awarded as one of the "Best Companies to Work" by The Sunday Times. The training we provide is the BEST in the industry. We invest £8,000’s worth of training and development into you from day one, to make sure you have everything that you need to make your recruitment career a success. We call it RISE, The Randstad Institute of Sales Excellence [RISE] is our 12-month tailored training programme for those wanting to become the very best recruitment consultants. You will be fully covered from day one with a mixture of different teaching styles tailored to your needs. This programme allows you to learn the skills you need to be the very best recruitment consultant you can be whilst allowing you to consistently earn bonus and commission at the desk. What does it take to be a “Trainee Recruitment Consultant”? Honestly, a great deal of resilience, motivation and determination to achieve results is required to be a successful recruitment consultant. You will be developing new business every single day as well as managing your own candidates through the recruitment process. Typically, if you have worked in a sales environment before or have experience in a phone-based customer service role, then a role in recruitment could be exactly what you are looking for. We are seeking those who are motivated by the opportunity to make an uncapped commission. We know it is important to work hard and play harder! Are you up for the challenge? Apply today and speak to an in-house specialist today who will have all the answers to your questions. We look forward to speaking with you soon
HR Advisor  The NRG group has built an excellent reputation for providing quality fleet services since its formation in 1996. The company is dedicated to exceeding the expectations of its existing and prospective customers by engineering innovative and bespoke solutions for every requirement. We currently have a network of over 12 workshops throughout the UK maintaining over 5000 vehicles providing routine maintenance and boy repairs. Our people are passionate at what they do and are committed to providing exceptional customer service.  Our large fleet includes a range of waste handling trucks, commercial vehicles and plant machinery.  Position: Human Resource Advisor (Maternity Cover)  Location: Northampton, Northamptonshire  Job type: Full Time, Maternity cover to start late August 2019  Salary: £Competitive plus Company car provided  Benefits: an excellent salary and benefits package including Workplace Pension and Complementary Life Insurance.  About the role:  The successful applicants will be responsible in assisting the Group HR Manager with delivery of all employee relations services to managers and colleagues in the South and Midlands. You will need a sound knowledge of terms and conditions of employment and be able to confidently advise and support on all HR related issues. With an office based in Northampton, this role will require travel to various sites in the South and Midlands with occasional overnight stays therefore flexibility is required.  Responsibilities:  - First point of contact for all HR queries.  - Work closely with HR colleagues across the business to monitor, review and update all policies in line with current legislation and best practice.  - Provide an advisory service to ensure all colleagues are aware of their rights and entitlements.  - Manage staff relationships promptly in line with company expectations.  - Manage people issues correctly in line with current legislation.  - Support managers with maternity, paternity grievances, disciplinary and capability investigations and hearings.  - Support and develop recruitment campaigns including apprentice assessment days.  - Assist in driving organisational performance by driving core business objectives through training and development.  - Provide management information and analysis when required.  - Work in partnership with line managers on performance management, employee relations, recruiting and staff management / development.  - Carry out projects as defined by the Group HR Manager.  - Manage, store and maintain all personal and sensitive information in line with current Data Protection / GDPR.  - Keep up to date with employment law changes.  - Carry out ad hoc duties as defined by the Group HR Manager.  About you:  - CIPD level 3 Foundation in HR practice or equivalent qualification.  - Experienced in Office and Microsoft Outlook and HR reporting.  - Working knowledge of relevant policies, codes of practice, legislation, TUPE and employment law.  - Be able to identify when policies, procedures and practices need to be updated.  - Be able to identify when to escalate information to minimise risk of breaching policies within HR.  You may have experience of the following: HR Advisor, Human Resources Advisor, HR Generalist, Human Resources Generalist, HR Adviser, Human Resources Advisor, HR Assistant, Human Resources Assistant, HR Officer, Human Resources Officer, Recruitment Advisor, Recruitment Administrator etc.  Ref: 87225

Architectural Technician - 3/6 Month Contract - West Midlands

G2 are currently working with architecture firm based in the West Midlands who are looking to hire an Architectural Technician on an initial 3-Month contract potentially rising to 6-Months contract.


  • 2D AutoCAD experience
  • Previous Architectural Technician/Assistant experience
  • Background in Residential/Commercial/Domestic Projects

If you would like to apply please send an up to date CV or call and ask for Elliot.

g2 Recruitment are committed to equality of opportunity for all applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships or any other characteristic protected by law.

  • £450.00 - £550.00

Our Financial Services client are hiring a HR Generalist to work on the Senior Managers Regime (SM&CR) project amongst others.

Required Experience:

  • Proven track record of HR Generalist roles within financial services
  • HR Compliance/Regulatory background is required
  • Specific Senior Managers Regime/SM&CR experience is preferential
  • Proven experience in population of statements of responsibilities
  • Experience undertaking HR policy work
  • £34000.00 - £39000.00

Key Accountabilities:

  • Organise the Company Induction on a regular basis
  • Update and maintain the People database regularly on the system.
  • Provide case management advice to HR Managers with regards to managing long and short term sickness cases.
  • Contributing to annual HR processes eg PDR, salary review.
  • Contribute to performance monitoring and the implementation of HR best practice measures.
  • Contribute to project work delivery within the department by taking part in, or leading project teams.
  • Maintain up-to-date records of Personnel budgets and liaise with the Finance Department when appropriate
  • Ensure all HR Processes are implemented, managed and updated, suggesting improvements where necessary.
  • Assist with departmental projects and other duties consistent with the role as required

Essential experience:

  • Experience providing HR advice at an Advisory level.
  • Experience providing advice on maternity and/or family leave.
  • Some experience providing support in ER cases.
  • Excellent understanding of UK employment law.
  • The ability to juggle priorities in a fast-paced environment.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Excellent written, numerical and verbal skills.

Desirable experience:

  • Previous experience working in a research academic environment.
  • Experience using the CoreHR database.
  • CIPD qualified or working towards qualification.

For more information on this role please contact Hope Milne - (see below)

Becoming a Learning Services Team Manager with Knowledgepool Capita are looking for a Learning Services Team Manager to join the business on a fixed term basis. You will take responsibility for the management of a team ensuring the delivery of excellent customer service through employee engagement and development through a value and performance-based leadership approach. You will also support the development of a culture based on values, behaviours, insight and celebrating success. Working Hours: 37.5 hours per week What you will do: * Act on customer feedback and demonstrate continuous improvement * Assist in the implementation of new and additional services * Responsible for resolutions of all operational customer service issues within SLA * Attend customer review meetings as required to discuss operational performance * Support business plan by reviewing Operational performance and ways of working * Develop effective relationships with all internal and external stakeholders * Attract, develop, retain and nurture talent to support succession planning * Coach and develop direct reports * Create high performance teams and encourage continuous improvement * Responsible for the business management of HR processes and procedures * Manage and support team to achieve their objectives and behaviours Your experience and skills will include: * Managing the delivery of operational efficiencies and service delivery * Meeting and exceeding company SLA’s * Excellent communication skills, with the ability to influence and negotiate * People development - Coaching and mentoring. * Commercially aware About Knowledgepool Knowledgepool, part of Capita plc, is a leader in Learning and Development Transformation. Our expertise covers everything from strategic learning consultancy to managed learning services, curriculum design and training delivery to digital and competency management. We also specialise in apprenticeships and pre-employment programmes. You’ll be joining a team who are passionate about innovation and who take pride in making learning and training the best experience possible. Knowledgepool are part of Capita Plc, the UK’s leading provider of business process management and integrated professional support service solutions. Through quality solutions, tailored to our customers’ needs, we’ve helped countless organisations unlock value and maximise their potential. With access to our range of unique and diverse opportunities, offering real career advancement and progression, we can unlock your potential too. What’s in it for you? At Capita, we believe an open, transparent working environment that encourages ingenuity and collaboration – with colleagues, customers and clients – is what makes us so effective at what we do. As well as a generous basic salary, we also give you 23 day’s holidays, company matched pension scheme and access to a variety of voluntary benefit options. These include a share save scheme, life assurance, holiday buy and many more designed to suit your own personal lifestyle, such as retail, health & wellbeing and leisure discounts. You’ll be joining a network of some of the most experienced, innovative and dedicated people in the country - the opportunities to learn new skills, develop in your career and grow and as we grow are almost endless. Our mission is to help you realise your potential – whatever that means to you. What we hope you will do next Help us find out more about you by completing our short application process – click apply now. We understand you might have some questions before taking the step to apply – you can contact for guidance. Capita operates as an equal opportunities employer and we welcome all applications regardless of gender, marital status, sexual orientation, pregnancy, race, colour, ethnic origin, nationality, religion or beliefs, disability, age, political opinions or trade union membership. | Become a Change Maker | Capita Resourcing operates as an equal opportunities employer and we welcome applications from all suitably qualified candidates regardless of gender identity or gender expression, marital status, sexual orientation, pregnancy or maternity, ethnic origin, nationality, religion or beliefs, disability, age, political opinions or trade union membership