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Learning & Development Administrator Temporary - 2 months Wakefield £18,000 Search HR and Development are currently recruiting for a L&D Administrator to join out client based in Wakefield on a temporary basis. As the L&D Administrator you will be responsible for providing an effective administrative service to the wider Learning and development team. Learning & Development Administrator • Ensuring that the training database is maintained and up to date at all times. • Coordinating the training processes – booking rooms, travel and accommodation when needed. • Registering candidates onto the appropriate training courses. • Organising internal and external training events. • Carrying out MI reporting and presenting to more senior members of the L&D team. • Raising PO numbers for invoices. • Liaising with external training providers to find the best match. • Carrying out any other administrative tasks within the L&D team. Requirements • Previous experience within a similar L&D role. • Proven knowledge of MI and statistical reports. • Excellent IT skills especially in regards to Microsoft Office Applications. If you are interested in the above role please submit your CV using the following link. If you are a candidate who fits the above specification and has already been met and registered by a Search HR representative please call Abigail Marnoch on (Apply online only) to express your interest in the role. 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
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HR Support Partner / 12 FTC / Based in Nottingham / Full-time/ 25K Ashley Kate HR are delighted to be supporting a leading organisation who are looking for a HR Support Partner for 12 months Maternity cover to be- based from their Nottingham Office. You will provide support and guidance on all generalist duties including Employee Relations matters, ensuring all HR records are accurate and maintained correctly. You will also support on all aspects pertaining to existing policy & procedures and HRIS systems. Key Responsibilities: ·Supporting Management with supervising human resource issues; investigating human resource related problems & note talking ·Ensure the execution of credit & reference checks ·Provide HR support to line manages and employees for updating the records within the HR information systems ·Manage the absence policy & processes to ensure all is compliant ·Contributing to HR projects ·Entering data into the HRIS system for maintaining accurate staff records ·Providing guidance to employees and Managers for updating the records within the HR Information system ·Managing the absence policy and processes (including assistance and management of long- term sick employees) and providing guidance to employees and Managers in order for compliance. ·Managing the Right to Work processes to ensure the Company remains compliant. ·Providing data for and assisting in preparing management information reports and documents ·Producing week, Monthly and ad hoc reports and presentations as required ·Liaising with payroll to ensure absence recording and holiday recording systems are maintained ·Administering the probationary review time periods ·Advising staff regarding personnel, benefits, and pay issues ·Administering staff benefits, programs, and events ·Establishing, organising and supervising the maintenance of department records, ensuring complete accuracy and confidentiality ·Preparing, reviewing, interpreting, analysing and approving a variety of data, information and reports, and making recommendations depending on findings If you are interested in this role, please apply or contact Ashley Kate for further details. Ashley Kate specialises in the recruitment of HR and Finance professionals 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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Interim Senior Employee Relations Manager – Global organisation Location: East Midlands Salary: £(Apply online only) per day (3-6 month contract) Our Client is a highly innovative forward-thinking brand. Change is at the heart of their agenda and as such they require an outstanding senior Employee Relations professional to join their high performing HR team This is fantastic opportunity to be a part of an amazing brand in a role that makes a difference both internally to their employees and externally to their customers. In this role you will lead the Employee Relations agenda, building organisational capability through the application of a strong policy framework, the management of risk and the provision of expert ER advice, coaching and support to leaders across the business The role: You’ll lead, develop and deliver end-to-end strategic internal engagement plans and campaigns to inspire and engage the people and drive behavioural change behind their most important initiatives Act as Lead to the ER team to agreed SLAs and provide high quality ‘right first time’ advice and support to line managers Via the Employee Relations Managers lead the support for the field and HR teams with escalated complex cases by providing timely and accurate employee relations counsel and guidance Support the implementation of Company initiatives which require ER input in order to ensure a smooth implementation with managed risks Liaise with the Legal team to ensure legal risks are fully considered in all ER related activity and to ensure consistency of advice and guidance to HR teams and leaders. Develop HR and line manager capability in the understanding and application of employment law, policies and ER practices to ensure consistency and manage risk continuously linking in with the Senior Policy and D&I Manager. Influence the policy framework across all ER related activity that supports our business and people strategy Research and monitor the effectiveness of ER policies and guidance, driving a programme of continuous improvement & compliance, working with the Senior Policy and D&I manager to implement and govern applicable company policies Build and maintain external relationships to inform the development of our ER practices, sharing learning's with HR colleagues and business leaders to support continuous improvement Develop and grow external relationships to influence and shape the external employment legal and ER agenda Create continuity with other group companies as appropriate and drive consistency across the organisation Influence and support the ongoing development and delivery of the Customer Colleague Strategy Provide broader leadership of the HR function as a member of the Senior Leadership community The person: Degree educated or equivalent Experience of delivering a large-scale Employee Relations agenda in a manufacturing, retail, logistics or similar business Ability to demonstrate presence and credibility within the organisation through excellent communication and influencing skills both verbal and written Sensitive people skills: a high level of emotional intelligence and wide understanding of people issues Generalist knowledge of HR and the range of activities in the employee lifecycle Ability to understand Company strategy, operational requirements and external employment agenda to shape and deliver appropriate solutions that are easy and simple to understand Strong knowledge and application of employment and immigration law Specialist knowledge of ER procedures and processes such as employment tribunals, disability, diversity and equal opportunities (CIPD qualification desirable) The ability to communicate with and relate to people at all levels in verbal and written form. Credible with senior leaders Strong networker Competent IT skills Ability to work well under pressure Ability to recognise boundaries of own expertise to act in an empowered way but seek guidance when appropriate Commercially aware, able to prioritise and plan with the ability to make sound judgments about issues that may have an adverse effect on the business from an ER/ risk perspective To apply please email your CV
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The Orion Group are seeking a HR professional to work with our Multinational Healthcare client in their location in Berkshire. The role is released on an initial 12 month contract basis. The purpose of the role will be to provide consistent HR administrative and advisory work practices across the UK from hire to retire. Using the Workday system and associated end to end processes, consider regular review of systems/processes/procedures for maximum efficiency and attainment of service levels. Share knowledge/information to achieve best practice and resolve administrative issues quickly and effectively Other involvements will include: - * Recruiting and Selection * New Hire Onboarding * Learning and Development * Employee Data Management * Absence & Disability Management * Staffing events * Contract and Policy Management The HR Advisor/Analyst/Coordinator's role within the department is to provide consistently accurate, reliable and compliant advisory, administrative and systems support. Required: * Work with a sense of urgency without compromising quality or attention to detail * Used to working with sensitive personal data and the compliance measures around data privacy * A team player, who is also an independent thinker with the ability to positively influence and gain commitment from team members * Ability to manage complexity and be highly organised when working under pressure * Understand that filing is an essential task, even if it’s not the most fun * Computer software package skills (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, Workday). * Full & clean driving licence Preferred: Working towards a CIPD qualification and some previous experience in a HR role would be ideal. Our role in supporting diversity and inclusion As an international workforce business, we are committed to sourcing personnel that reflects the diversity and values of our client base but also that of Orion Group. We welcome the wide range of experiences and viewpoints that potential workers bring to our business and our clients, including those based on nationality, gender, culture, educational and professional backgrounds, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, disability, and age differences, job classification and religion. In our inclusive workplace, regardless of your employment status as staff or contract, everyone is assured the right of equitable, fair and respectful treatment
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Skills Direct in Shepton Mallet are seeking a Recruitment Resourcer to join the team for a temporary fixed term contract of 5 months. Start: August 2018 Hours of work: Monday to Friday 08.30 - 17.30 Pay rate: £8.00 - £8.50 The role: You will be required to undertake the following but not limited to: Recruiting candidates of all nationalities for a large Christmas contract Registering candidates and getting them to complete relevant induction paperwork Scanning induction paperwork over to our clients prior to candidates starting work Carrying out various administration duties Filling client bookings Assisting with being on call out of office hours Undertaking onsite inductions from time to time The ideal candidate must be confident, IT literate and have a good level of spoken and written English. You must also have your own transport
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Reward Analyst (Hay Job Evaluation) Maidenhead (6 Month Contract) The Company: A well-know, fast paced and customer driven communications company, who operate within an Agile environment. Due to company expansion and progressive growth plans in place, they are currently seeking a Rewards Analyst (Compensation & Benefits) to join their team on an interim basis. Responsibilities: * Obtain, review and analyse market remuneration and benefit data and trends to support the annual pay review process and ad hoc benchmarking. * Administer incentive plans and salary progression arrangements for the business helping to ensure they are fit for purpose, are compliant with the Company’s pay philosophy and compliant with company policy and best practice. * Support the annual pay review and bonus processes, providing guidance on the appropriate salary ranges, identifying particular hot spots / issues and managing the review system/process. * Assist on companywide Reward & Benefit projects as required. * Responsible for providing analytical support to the Reward Team in the review, design and development of competitive, cost effective and innovative reward solutions, in order to attract, motivate and retain employees. * Assist the HRBPs and Reward Team in role grading. Key Skills & Experience Required: * Remuneration survey experience including role matching and analysis of data. * Must be trained in Hay Job Evaluation * Ability to manage own workload in a fast-paced environment. Proven competent/advanced Excel spreadsheet skills e.g. able to work with formulas, pivot tables, v-lookups, graphs and manipulate data. * Experience of bonus and salary review processes. * Commercial awareness and an understanding of how incentives drive business performance If you have the right skills and experience for this role and would like to be considered, then please apply today with a copy of your most up to date CV for an immediate response. Project People is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy
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  • £30000 - £35000/annum
My well established and highly successful client based on the outskirts Birmingham is looking to recruit a capable and experienced HR Systems Analyst to join their busy HR team. You will need to be well organised and confident working under pressure to meet the deadlines of a fast moving business. * Strong analytical ability * Competent in Microsoft Office - Advanced Excel Pivot tables and Vlookup * Experience with HR Systems and collating, manipulating and analysing HR Data, * Extensive liaison with Senior Management and stakeholders to build strong working relationships Ideally you will be CIPD Qualified to level 5, with a proven track record as a HR Systems Analyst with a solid understanding of people metrics. This is an exciting opportunity to join a well established HR Team and take your career to the next level, working for a progressive and forward thinking company. We would like to thank you for taking the time to apply for this vacancy. If you are not selected for this particular position, your CV will be kept on file and you may be contacted for other suitable roles in the future. All our vacancies are listed at
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  • £32000 - £36000/annum
HR Business Partner - Maternity Cover  With its unique business model of selling premium quality coffee along with weekly changing non-food ranges through its own distributions channels, Tchibo Group and its 12,500 employees worldwide generated revenues of 3.4 billion EUR in 2015.  Founded in 1972, Tchibo Coffee Service today is one of the leading food and coffee service companies in Europe with branches in Germany, Austria, Great Britain, Czech Republic and Poland. Tchibo Coffee Service provides tailored out-of-home solutions for a wide range of customers from hotel chains to independent cafés or educational facilities.  With its family of brands (Tchibo, Davidoff Café, Piacetto Espresso, VISTA (Fairtrade) Smokin' Bean and Eduscho) the company has built its first-rate reputation based on superior quality products, truly unbeatable service and fair prices. The unique and diverse brand and product portfolio is supported by a cutting-edge equipment and the latest training resources.  Tchibo Coffee Service came to the UK in 1991 as part of an international growth programme. The company now offers a wide variety of products across the UK for a wide range of customers such as hotels, universities, schools, Leisure, the convenience and forecourt sector, commercial offices and contract catering.  Position: HR Business Partner  Location: Epsom, Surrey  Job Type: Full Time, Maternity Cover 14 Months Fixed Term Contract  Hours: 39.5 hours per week, 8.00am - 5.00pm, Monday to Thursday and Fridays until 4:30pm  Salary: £32,000 to £36,000 per annum depending on experience  Benefits: include an enhanced contributory pension scheme and annual holiday starting at 24 days plus public holidays.  About the role:  The HR Business Partner work as a strategic business partner, understanding our business, knowing the specific needs of our business and anticipating trends in the market.  Responsibilities:  - Identifying, developing, engaging, deploying and retaining talented employees  - The annual corporate training plan Sickness absence Recruitment and retention  - Strong performance management culture that reinforces the organisation’s required behaviours  - Succession planning Pay and reward  - Organisational development and change  - Employee communication  - Develop and communicate management advice and guidance to ensure successful implementation of these strategies  - Develop and where appropriate, draft new HR policies and procedures that support the business also ensuring that the organisation complies with statutory requirements  - Deliver proactive and customer focussed service  - Proactively ensure that policies and procedures are in operation across the organisation  - Communicate policies and procedures through the Company Handbook  - Proactively coach managers to deal confidentially and effectively with issues  - Respond quickly and effectively to all HR queries  - Understand business goals and their potential impact on current structures  - Develop solutions to resolve business issues resulting in contribution to revenue growth, productivity gains and cost reduction  About you:  - CIPD membership  - Degree level educated  - Extensive up to date employment law knowledge IT competent in all Microsoft Office packages to intermediate level.  - - Ability to influence at all management levels  - Project management skills  - Experience in change management  - Previous experience of working in a stand-alone role or heading up, leading HR team  - Experience in FMCG / Retail environment would be advantageous  You may have experience of the following: HR Business Partner, Human Resources Business Partner, HRBP, HR Manager, Human Resources Manager, HR Consultant, Human Resources Consultant, Human, HR Generalist, Employee Relations, CIPD, etc.  This vacancy is being advertised by EasyWeb Recruitment, the UK’s leading Online Recruitment Agency. The services advertised by EasyWeb Recruitment are those of an employment agency. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate on the grounds of gender, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, religion, or belief, and we confirm that we will gladly accept all applications
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We have a great opportunity to join an industry leading organisation based in Aston, Birmingham as an Internal Recruitment Coordinator. You will be required to look after the internal recruitment ensuring it is a smooth and efficient transition as well as managing the company social media campaigns. As an Internal Recruitment Coordinator you will be required to: * Posting job adverts * Filtering responses from job adverts * Responding to applicants within given timescales * Dairy management and co-ordination interviews * Interviewing suitable candidates * Liaising with external agencies * Dealing with all administration relating to offer process * Managing social media e.g. Facebook, LinkedIn * Updating in house systems Skills and experience required: * Experience within recruitment * Experience using applicant tracker * Desirable experience of using Talao System * IT Literate (MS packages) * Good communication skills * Strong organisational skills and ability to prioritise * Calm under pressure and flexible approach * Team player * Motivated Monday to Friday 37.5 hours a week £20,000 Temporary contract for a minimum of 3 months If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or give us a call. If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career
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  • £40000 - £50000/annum
Our client, a global property company, is looking for two HR Business Enablement Specialists to join the EMEA HR Operations team on 12 month fixed term contracts. Playing a key role in the set-up of a world class HR Administration Services Centre in London, the HR Business Enablement Specialists will be responsible for developing the overall Governance and Quality Assurance Framework, identifying opportunities for continuous improvement. They will also provide support with the set-up of the HR Portal and Case Management tool. Candidates wishing to be considered for this role will need to have previous experience developing governance frameworks, risk and control protocols and quality assurance procedures, together with strong knowledge of HR business processes. Key responsibilities as the HR Business Enablement Specialists will include: * Designing and building the governance framework for the HR SSC, ensuring alignment to the needs of the business and the HR function, as well as internal and external audit * Designing and building the service delivery framework, including escalation matrix for the HRSSC for managing complex queries, issues/complaints * Designing and building the HR SSC Quality Assurance framework, focused on quality monitoring protocols, e.g. call monitoring, auditing HR cases, and data entry * Designing and building a robust framework to monitor, plan and continuously improve the operation * Designing and building the risk and controls framework for the HR SSC processes, ensuring appropriate controls are in place to limit losses and reduce risk in HR and payroll operations * Collating details of current audit reports/processes and analysing * Supporting the design and development of the HR Portal and HR Case Management System * Building end user guides for the use of the HR Portal and Case Management tool Plus more! What our client is looking for: * Previous experience developing governance frameworks, risks and control protocols, and quality assurance procedures * Good knowledge of HR business processes * Previous experience working in an HR Shared Services team is preferable * Technical experience with HR Portal and HR Case Management Systems is highly desirable * Ability to identify and communicate opportunities to improve the way work is done * Strong organisational skills * Excellent written and spoken communication skills * Strong analytical and problem-solving skills * Proactive nature Is this the role for you? Do you have what we’re looking for and can you commit to a 12 month contract? If so, we want to hear from you NOW! Please submit your CV in Word format (not PDF), quoting ‘HR Business Specialist’ Thank you for reading this job advertisement. Please only apply for this position if you meet the required skills and experience criteria and your CV is free from errors. We have a fair and comprehensive selection procedure based on the requirements of our clients. We regret that if you have not been contacted within five working days, your application for this position has been unsuccessful. However, please check your junk email folder to ensure that your spam filter hasn’t blocked an email from us. Please note: we shall not keep personal data for any longer than is necessary in light of the purpose or purposes for which that personal data was originally collected, held, and processed - for further details please refer to our website. If you have submitted your CV via any job board then please refer to their relevant terms of business. If you wish to be removed from our database immediately then please contact us
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