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Our successful client has an exciting opportunity to join the business as a HR Advisor. The successful candidate will provide effective HR Advisory support to managers and colleagues across the Group. To support specific HR projects including system implementation and development. Job Description: Support a variety of employment relations issues, including investigations, disciplinary, grievance, absence and performance capability cases. Provide information and advice to managers and staff on terms and conditions, policies and procedures, and current employment legislation. Support the recruitment process when required. Support the implementation of the HR & Payroll system. Contribute to the development of a range of standard HR management information reports. Contribute to the production of user manuals/guidance documents for each stage of system implementation and roll out. Coordinate project group meetings and lead on assigned actions. Contribute to the provision of people metrics information and reports. Provide group training and 1:1 coaching to managers and colleagues as necessary. Develop and review HR systems, processes and records making recommendations for change where necessary.Essential Criteria: A minimum of 2 years' experience working in HR at Adviser level Experience of managing a variety of employee relations cases (discipline, sickness absence, capability, investigations) Experience of using a variety of HR/Payroll systems Experience of designing and developing a range of comprehensive HR management information reports Experience of delivering an effective and efficient recruitment service to managers Experience of developing and implementing procedures and guidance documents Strong MS Office skills with the ability to use MS Excel to analyse and manipulate data Ability to produce a variety of management information reports through generation and analysis of data from the HR system Good understanding of HR Administration processes with the ability to identify and develop improvements and efficiencies Excellent knowledge of current employment legislation and the practical implications for HR Ability to work under pressure, prioritise, deal effectively with competing demands Excellent written and verbal communication skills and ability to present clear and concise explanations to managers and staff at all levels Well-developed administration and analytical skills with strong attention to detailDesirable Criteria: Experience of HR systems implementation and development Previous experience working with Cascade or Sage / Snowdrop KCS CIPD Qualified Project Management experienceHours: 9:00am to 5:00pm (35-hour week) Salary: £27,000 per annum Brampton Recruitment are an independent Commercial and Accounts & Finance recruitment agency working in partnership with employers spanning Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire, Cheshire, and the Greater Manchester region
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  • £26000/annum 7% pension contribution
HR & Operations Assistant Reporting to: HR & Operations Manager  Salary: Offer Up to £26,000 per annum, 7% pension contribution, 25 days holiday, one day per week work from home.  Organisation  Carbon Tracker Initiative is an independent financial think tank that carries out in-depth analysis on the impact of the energy transition on capital markets and the potential investment in high-cost, carbon-intensive fossil fuels. We believe that financial markets, regulators, investors and policymakers all have an urgent role to play in guiding the world to a climate-secure energy system. Carbon Tracker’s analysis of unburnable carbon, stranded assets, and wasted capital has reframed the debate around climate change risk.  Roles and Responsibilities  Pivotal junior support role gaining wide range of experience within areas of HR and Operations to support CTI through it’s growth and change; Manage workload allocated by the HR & Operations Manager ensuring that all tasks are dealt with in a timely, accurate manner, asking questions and escalating problems as required to complete tasks through to resolution; Make refinements and improvements to enhance processes in line with relevant laws, current thinking and CTI culture. Bring ideas and suggestions; Ensure all filing is organised in a timely, accurate and intuitive manner; Be proactive, take initiative, own tasks to completion, have an eye on improvements; Have a high attention to detail, bring positive energy to the role; Have a flexible, agile approach, keen to learn and grow. Duties and Responsibilities to include but not limited to:-  HR  Own admin processes to efficiently manage the employment lifecycle; Maintain confidentiality in all matters; Ensure HR system is up to date with employee information and absences; Coordinate efficient recruitment process – posting roles to various sites, increasing target market for talented applicants, filtering, filing and tracking applications, timely correspondence sending and marking tests, managing interview processes; Coordinate onboarding process – gain references, draft employment contracts and offer letters, liaise with new joiner, gather new joiner set up and right to work information, create their file, update org chart, print handbook, organise induction meetings, conduct office and CTI systems induction; Set up user accounts, purchase equipment, update asset register; Diarise and schedule six-month contract reviews, set reminders, ensure managers know and contract renewals are organised on time; Own exit process – file relevant correspondence, close accesses and accounts; Understand and apply DEI to the recruitment role; Assist with performance management process, ensure everyone has a job description, objectives, 1:1’s and end of year reviews; Learn CTI policies and processes and learn and grow knowledge of HR, law, trends and changes; Research where relevant current and new changes HR processes and approaches e.g. performance management, engagement, reward; Feedback gathering – assist with implementation of initiatives gathered through gaining insights from engagement surveys and exit interviews.  Operations  Contact and CRM management; Gather contact information to build CTI distribution network; Understand how Salesforce assists and enables CTI; Input contact information into Salesforce, clean data, update project end dates (research reports); Learn system, making changes in admin portal to enhance user experience and system usage, e.g. removing redundant fields and how to bulk upload; Facilities – liaise with facilities manager, manage security passes, be abreast of desk allocations; IT: Liaise with external IT support team, help problem-solve IT issues for staff; Assist with wider team meetings, book rooms, organise chairs and organise lunches e.g. Fearless, Offsites; Liaise with phone supplier, manage user contracts; Ordering stationary and office equipment and sending Finance accurate records; Assisting with supplier contract reviews and renewals; Assisting in organising social events for the London team; General administration tasks, printing, scanning, filing, clearing out, organising; Ad-hoc requests for the business as and when required.  Required Experience  Solid HR administration and general Operational and administration support experience; Knowledge of HR processes e.g. joiner, leaver, recruitment, data entry, preparing paperwork (min 2 years);  Strong written and verbal communication skills; A-C GCSE English and Maths; Proficient IT skills, MS Word, Excel, Outlook, internet research; Desirable experience of HRIS database and Salesforce. Required Attributes  Methodical, accurate, impeccably organised with excellent attention to detail and enjoyment of this working style; Multitasker with ability to prioritise and manage time effectively; Integrity, professional and maintain discretion of confidential information; Willing to learn, solution orientated, follow tasks and projects through to completion, keen to continually review and improve processes; Positive, self-motivated, helpful, proactive, flexible approach to working on multiple tasks; Interest in climate change.  Applicant information  Please email your CV along WITH A COVERING LETTER explaining how you would fit into the team to (url removed) and include the reference OP0003 within the email title; Applications without a covering letter will not be considered; Carbon Tracker can only consider candidates who are eligible to work in the UK; We strive to ensure that opportunities to work and develop at Carbon Tracker are open to all. We welcome applications from all qualified applicants, regardless of age, disability, gender identity or gender expression, race, ethnicity, religion or belief, sex, sexual orientation or any other equality characteristic; Carbon Tracker supports flexibility; The closing date for applications is Thursday 19 September 2019. Best of luck
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Job Title: HR Generalist Salary: £35k Location: City of London Hours: Full/Perm About the company Ashley Kate are delighted to be partnering with a leading, Global organisation in their search for an Interim HR Advisor on a 12 month FTC. About the role This is a true generalist role where you will be involved in the following areas - ·Working closely with Managers to provide advice and guidance to managers on all aspects of Company policy, including sickness, flexible working, performance management etc. ·Providing expert advice and guidance on HR matters. ·Supporting monthly Payroll processes and play a key role in maintaining the relevant systems. ·Working with the Hiring Managers and Internal recruiter on end-to-end Recruitment. ·Delivering first-class HR documentation management, from generation of contracts of employment, salary/bonus letters, to leaver's documentation. ·Assisting in maintaining the Workday HRIS and Talent Management Systems, ·Working with key business stakeholders to build meaningful relationships and influence their people agenda. About you My client is seeking the following skills/experience - ·At least 2 years' experience as a HR Generalist/Advisor role, dealing with employee relations issues and assisting with recruitment and payroll ·Excellent UK Employment Law knowledge. ·Exceptional communication skills with a professional attitude. ·Has a consultative approach and is confident enough to probe and challenge stakeholders. ·Ability to work autonomously, as well as, be part of a dynamic, driven team in a high volume; fast-paced, rapidly changing, results-oriented work environment. ·Experience working with HRIS systems. ·CIPD (Desirable) For more details about this role, please contact James on (phone number removed). 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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Becoming a Recruitment Administrator with Recruiting Partnering Project (RPP): We are currently looking for a Recruitment Administrator to support the team with various administrative duties. Based onsite at our Army Careers Centre, the successful candidate will be responsible for updating various databases, issuing letters, and providing ad hoc support to a team of recruiters. This is an initial 6 month fixed-term contract with working hours of Monday to Friday, 9am - 5.30pm. The salary on offer is between £17k and £18k per annum. What you will do: Process candidate pre-employment documentation prior to Assessment Centres Prepare candidate interview packs and administration for Candidate Open Days Print, scan, and process candidate medical records Handle and process data whilst adhering to data protection and security requirements Handle and process incoming/outgoing calls Provide a quality service to internal and external customersYour experience will include: Strong administration and customer service experience High levels of organisation and attention to detail IT literate, particularly MS Office Strong written and verbal communication skills Familiarity with the British Army and Army Careers desirable Experience of recruitment desirableAbout Recruiting Partnering Project Capita Recruiting Partnering Project (RPP), part of Capita plc, has been working with the Ministry of Defence (MOD) since 2012 to transform the British Army's recruitment service. Our exceptional team are looking at the entire recruiting and selection process for both the Regular Army and the Reserves. By joining us, you'll be helping realise our mission to make joining the Army a less daunting and more efficient, transparent experience for those wanting to become a member of the Armed Forces. 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. For the duration of your contract, we will work with you to make sure you can perform at your peak, recognising your achievements and rewarding them appropriately. As well as a generous basic salary, we will give you a holiday allowance and access to the company pensions scheme (dependant on your length of service). You will also have access to a wealth of internal opportunities that could open the door to continuing your career with Capita. 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. 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. 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
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  • £10.00 - £12.75/hour
Role: HR Admin Duration: ASAP until end of October Location: London, Oxford Circus Pay Rate: Up to £12.75 p/h max (depending on experience) - Basic HR knowledge (confidentiality, reporting lines, etc.) - Good communication skills - The temp will be helping work with managers and various stakeholders in the business to confirm the accuracy of HR data in Workday. Then, based on the feedback of where there are issues, the temp will build spreadsheets to upload changes. - The person will focus on EMEA as well as parts of APAC. - Previous experience working with data and of demonstrating exceptional attention to detail and diligence would be a good fit. - A background in HR or Law may be useful but is not essential, provided they can do and work with a few tricks in Excel (vlookups, filters, pivot tables etc). Needs to rate themselves AT LEAST 7/10 on Excel. Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy
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  • £22000 - £27000/annum
Title: HR Administrator Location: 3 Days per week based in Camberley, 2 Days per week based in Crawley Monday to Friday: 9am - 5:30pm or 8am - 4:30pm or 8am - 4pm Job Type: 2 or 3 Month Fixed Term Contract with a possibility of permanent Salary: £22,000 - £27,000 depending on experience A successful company based in Surrey are looking for an HR Operations Administrator to join their team. You will be required to act as a first point of contact for all customers to the HR Team. You will be responsible for the complete HR cycle, from recruitment support through to off boarding of colleagues. Supporting other colleagues within the team will be required, whilst also seeking support from other colleagues to complete relevant tasks when required. JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Recruitment and Selection (working alongside the Group Talent Acquisition Manager) Carry out all the administrative processes in the recruitment process - preparing recruitment documents, organise recruitment time tables, create and place adverts, log application forms, administer recruitment campaigns through the Workable system and administer tests. Ensure recruitment process reflects current recruitment practices and right to work. Arranging interviews Coordinating the appointment process for successful applicants Prepare necessary documents for new starters Complete right to work checks and manage probation periods for new starters Ensure risk assessments are conducted for all new startersPayroll Support the full payroll process using the brand new payroll system Point of contact for any colleague payroll queries Assist with salary review and bonus lettersHR Database and Reporting Ensure the HR system reflects the accurate staff details - e.g starters/leavers, amendment of contracts, annual leave, holiday and sickness leave Produce reports from HR systems for employee dataAdmin Carry out general administration tasks for the HR Department - sorting post, answering calls, creating HR documents and letters and manage the HR workflow on the company's HR system Carry out reference requests Maintain personnel files and up-to-date HR manuals Note taking First point of contact and day to day advice on general HR related queries Process HR Director's expensesWhat we're looking for: Experience of dealing with payroll queries HR Experience and knowledge of relevant HR policies and procedures Excellent attention to detail and organisational skills Excellent oral and written communication skills Ability to build relationships at all levels Excellent admin skills Ability to write and present information Good team playerHuntress Search Ltd does not discriminate on the grounds of 'protected characteristics' as defined under the Equality Act and other relevant UK legislation. Huntress Search Ltd acts as a Recruitment Agency in relation to all Permanent roles and as a Recruitment Business in relation to all Temporary roles. PLEASE NOTE: We can only consider applications from candidates who have the right to work in the UK
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  • £12 - £18/hour
Logical Personnel Solutions URGENTLY require HGV Class 1 and Class 2 tramper/day drivers to work out of a busy depot based in Keighley. Duties will include - The role is working Monday to Friday with optional overtime available on a weekend. Start time will vary on a daily basis from 04.00am onwards. Great rates of pay apply for this job ; Class 1 - £12.00p/h time and a half after 8 hours per day £18.00p/h - depending on payment method Class 2 -£11.00p/h and time and a half after 8 hours per day £16.50p/h - depending on payment method Drivers must have full class 1 or 2 licence, digi card and CPC qualification. Recent relevant experience is also beneficial for this role. For an immediate start please call Shannon NOW on (phone number removed)
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  • £40000 - £50000/annum car allowance
JOB ROLE: HRIS Systems Implementation Project Manager JOB TYPE: 12 month fixed term contract and full time SALARY: £40,000 - £50,000 + car allowance LOCATION: Andover or Chichester Please note that there will be a requirement for International travel. Ashley Kate currently have a HRIS System Implementation Project Manager opportunity available with one of our leading clients based in either Andover or Chichester. This opportunity is offered on a fixed term basis for a period of 12 months. Reporting to the Head of HR, you will lead a project implementing a new HRIS system across the business. You will be responsible for the full end to end implementation including information gathering and building the relationship with the chosen vendor through the go live process and post implementation review. Duties include: ·Lead the implementation of the new HR System across multiple UK sites and also Internationally ·Manage change process through the implementation and support the Change Management Plan ·Execute the implementation within time and budget ·Provide enterprise leadership and HR support for the chosen HRIS Candidate requirements: ·Very strong technical understanding of HR systems and the configuration of HRIS ·Experience working with stakeholders to gather requirements and map HR processes ·Strong background managing project time-frames and budgets including building and executing project plans to track deliverables, time lines, resources and overall project management activities ·Experience in implementing Workday or Ceridian across multiple sites and countries ·Ability to prioritize tasks If you are interested in this role please get in touch. 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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  • £28000 - £30000/annum Excellent Benefits
Our client based in Chester are looking to recruit an Employee Engagement Manager for a period of 12 months, possibly longer covering maternity leave. Salary: £30,000 As a dedicated Employee Engagement Manager you will accountable for the following: Promoting and championing the company values, employee feedback and their impact on company culture Driving activities that make the business an "employer of choice" and result in long-standing, satisfied employees Work with the wider HR team to coordinate activities across the business that promote and drive engagement Work alongside the Head of HR and The HR Director to drive changes that benefit engagement for the short and long term You will be responsible for programmes to increase employee engagement and enhance the overall employee experience Utilising your skills to gather data and understand metrics relating to employee satisfaction as well as overseeing communication across the group, including any email announcements, and sourcing and creating news content for the platform Responsible for sourcing and maintaining avenues of feedback, including the staff forum and managing the production and data packs for the monthly and annual surveys. Company-wide Lerning & Development for the business, from driving the new starter on boarding experience to implementing relevant and complementary training programmes for the business Identifying, planning and implementing training programmes for non-role specific development (such as management training) and driving new and innovative ways of promoting Learning and Development across the business Having an input to company wide events including staff summer party, Christmas conference and any smaller, ad-hoc events that may occur Facilitating and driving company fundraising, facilitating and promoting opportunities for community volunteering and driving a company ethos of sustainable policies and practicesRequirements: The ideal candidate will be approachable and able to engage with a wide range of people, raising awareness of their role and the range of support available to employees Relevant professional qualifications such as CIPD Level 5 Experience of working within a commercial environment is desirable and understanding of the significance and impact of employee engagement on company commercial metrics Excellent communication skills across multiple platforms and an ability to adapt communication style according to audience Evidence of working within a fast-growing company Experience of employee engagement strategies To apply: Forward your CV following the apply link in either Word or PDF format Please Note: due to the volume of applications being received we can only respond to those offering the relevant experience as outlined in the advert. Interested in receiving alerts for new Permanent and Temporary vacancies together with news and updates from Halecroft? We also have a personalised Job Alert service available please visit our website for further information. You can also receive information about us including all our current vacancies, blogs and news via social media sites including Facebook; Twitter and LinkedIn
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  • £17795 - £19046/annum
Adecco are recruiting on behalf of a Housing Organisation for a HR Administrator to join their team based in Abergele on a fixed-term contract. The purpose of the role is to provide an effective, confidential administrative service to the HR team ensuring employee records are accurately maintained throughout the employment cycle. Duties of the post include: To provide information and assistance as a first point of call for basic HR enquiries from employees and managers To provide competent, effective and confidential administrative support to the HR Team, including but not limited to recruitment, induction, terms and conditions of employment, learning and development, health and safety and health and wellbeing initiatives To provide administrative support in the implementation of HR systems and provide support to employees in how to use these systems effectively To be responsible for updating and maintaining accurate employee data within the HR Systems and general filing systems and archiving files as necessary in line with the General Data Protection Regulations Prepare accurate and timely payroll information in order to maintain the organisation's contractual obligations with employees To be responsible for arranging, taking actions and updates at HR meetingsSuccessful applicants should be able to demonstrate the following skills: Competent using Excel Confident using different systems Excellent customer service skillsExperience within a HR environment is highly desirable for this post. 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
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