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HR Generalist If you're an experienced Human Resources Advisor looking for a full-time role as an HR Generalist in a rapidly developing business in South Manchester paying up to £32,000 a year, then please get in touch with me today. The HR Generalist 12 month FTC role, which reports into the HR Manager, will be working in a dynamic and changing environment. You'll be the first point of contact for stakeholders and managers as well as supporting teams with transactional duties, alongside more business partnering and strategic responsibilities. Your core duties for this HR Generalist role include but aren't limited to: * Stakeholder management - being a focal point to several managers across the business. * Employee relations - managing end to end, including to outcome which involves giving advice, upskilling and proactively dealing with. * Supporting Head of Department with strategic HR planning. * HR Administration and ad-hoc support. As an experienced HR advisor, you'll confidently deliver training to improve people capability and customer experience. You'll be dedicated to supporting management and HR partners in high-level/complex colleague issues, policy interpretation and other employee-relations matters. Your expertise: * CIPD qualified. * Proven business-partnering experience. * Experience of coaching at management level. * Current employment law knowledge. You'll be ambitious, happy to manage a varied workload, solutions-focused and an independent decision-maker. For more information about this fantastic opportunity, please contact Charlotte Battersby on (phone number removed) or email (url removed) 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. HR Generalist; 12 month FTC; Full time (37 hours with flex start-finish); South Manchester based; Salary of £32,000 per anum 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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  • £20000 - £30000/annum
The Organisation: Based in Sunderland, our client provides teachers and support staff to schools, colleges and academies across the North East of England. Offering a fast, efficient and friendly service, our client takes the time to really understand the needs of the customer, aiming to provide staff with the right personality and mix of skills and experience to have an immediate impact from day one. The Role: An exciting opportunity has arisen for an excellent candidate to work with the University of Sunderland and a partner organisation for a period of up to 12 Months. 1. Develop the first phase of Evolve Education Platform through the development of an application to provide end-to-end support for the placement of supply teachers. 2. Explore value proposition and design requirements for a CPD module within Evolve Education that will provide tailored CPD options to teachers. If you are interested in discussing the role in further detail and would like to request a copy of the full Role Profile, please contact the team to discuss in more detail. To Apply: Early application is encouraged Please submit a comprehensive CV and Covering Letter within one document, ensuring to include the reference number UNI4/DM/390 via our website: Please ensure you give a detailed account of your skills and experience and how you meet the stated criteria of the position
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  • £25000 - £27000/annum plus 33 days holidays including the
Are you an HR Professional who wants to work on a part time basis? Are you used to dealing with the A-Z of Human Resources and seeking a new challenge? We are currently recruiting for an HR Officer to join our client located in Birmingham City Centre on a fixed term contract for 12 months. You will be working for a company who offer fantastic benefits including 33 days holiday includes Bank Holidays pro rata and 50% towards a parking permit. You will be working for an organisation who were formed in 2003, based in the Birmingham City Centre.  Our client is a not-for-profit organisation who provide improvement services to their specialist sector.  You will be working up to 22 hours Monday to Friday.  As the Part Time HR Officer, you will be: Responsible for providing advice and support to managers and employees Monitoring and reviewing all Human Resources Policies and procedures Being the first point of contact for all queries relating to recruitment, payroll including new starters and personnel administration Supporting with the recruitment process, writing job descriptions, interviewing candidate and offering positions to the successful candidate Delivering induction training to all new starters and liaising with outsourced payroll providers when required Managing the employee relations and performance management issues, ensuring advice is given and in line with the company policy As the Part Time HR Officer, you will have: Previous experience working with a HR Officer role Previous experience working for an SME Generalist Human Resources experience CIPD Level 7, however, this is not essential Knowledge of the Microsoft packages including Word and Excel You may have experience of the following: Human Resources Business Partner, Manager, Advisor, Assistant, Personnel Advisor, Human Resources Consultant or you may have studied for your CIPD to support your career As the Part Time HR Officer, you will receive a salary of circa £27,000 per annum depending on experience pro-rata. You will also receive the following benefits: 33 days holiday including Bank Holidays pro rata BHSF Package Pension Scheme 50% contribution towards a car parking permit
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  • £85000 - £90000/annum
Badenoch + Clark have been exclusively engaged to source for a strategic Interim Head of Learning & Development for a housing client based in central London. This is a crucial role to the organisation who really embrace their behaviours and values of being inclusive and customer centric. This is an interim opportunity and you will ideally be able to join them in the New Year to 'hit the ground running' and focus on some key deliverables. The role As Head of Learning & Development you will be the technical expert who will lead on the newly revamped suite of leadership development programmes. You will also be expected to work closely with management schools and external providers to deliver a first class programme. You must be technically competent enough to be able lead on the sourcing of a new LMS system which is a high priority and must be fit for purpose. It is also essential that you have experience of delivering Talent programmes to develop in-house high potentials and manage projects and have the gravitas to present to C-Suite colleagues. You -Commercially focused with extensive experience of working at a senior strategic level including reporting to boards -Intellectual curiosity and the gravitas to influence senior stakeholders -A shared passion for social housing -A flexible and solution focused approach -Demonstrate a continuous improvement mindset -Chartered Membership of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) or equivalent. -Able to demonstrate experience and leadership in successful project management -Experience of complex organizational and cultural change and employee engagement -Strong interpersonal and influencing skills If you are interested in being considered for this position and you are actively looking for a new opportunity and would like to learn more please apply below or get in touch for further information. Badenoch + Clark acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and an employment business for the supply of temporary workers. Badenoch + Clark UK is an Equal Opportunities Employer. By applying for this role your details will be submitted to Badenoch + Clark. Our Candidate Privacy Information Statement explains how we will use your information - please copy and paste the following link in to your browser: https://(url removed)/en-gb/candidate-privacy
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  • £35000 - £45000/annum
Our client is a leading SaaS organization with offices around the world. They are now looking for a Senior Recruitment Consultant , a French speaker, to act as their main point of contact in accessing customers for customer empathy and research purposes. You will be working with product teams to understand what kind of products they are building, figuring out who their target customer is, and finding that target customer so the team can build products that better meet the customer's needs. Occasional trips to Paris. Qualifications * Degree or equivalent experience * At least 5 years experience of: Recruiting, pipeline building and sourcing , talent acquisition, recruitment, or research recruiting. * Particularly, friendly and engaging phone demeanor. * Bilingual French required Benefits Superb offices in central London- Victoria Long contract, possible conversion to permanent Casual dress code
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  • £30000 - £35000/annum Excellent Benefits Package
This really is an amazing opportunity for an experienced HR Assistant/Adviser to join an organisation that will allow the successful candidate to become the "go to person", an opportunity to work within a unique, growing organisation, The People Officer will offer support to the People Team including in relation to employment relation issues, recruitment (especially the new starter and leaver processes), performance management administration and providing support to managers and staff on the practical application of People policies and practices. Internal & External Interactions: Within the People Directorate Facilities Team Line managers as and when required Employees as and when requiredPrincipal Accountabilities: Provides general administrative support to the People Team. Assists in diary management for the People Team as required. Assists People Partners in maintaining the People site on the intranet. Ensures that all concerns raised by staff on the Health and Safety E-Learning programme are logged and actioned. Assists in promoting People initiatives. Fields general staff queries on all People matters escalating as appropriate. Prepares meeting agendas and takes minutes of meetings as appropriate Administers document storage in line with data retention policy Processes all unit invoices and liaises with Finance as necessary.Additional Duties: Benefits Administration Liaises with benefit providers as required to ensure up to date records are maintained. Responds to staff queries relating to their benefits package.Recruitment and Selection Supports the People Team as needed, scheduling, supporting and recording recruitment activity. Reviews and formats job descriptions. Drafts internal vacancy list and external adverts for vacancies. Liaises with appropriate recruitment providers to source suitable candidates, and develops and maintains effective relationships with these suppliers. Develops and maintains knowledge of appropriate publications and on-line recruitment options. Fields queries about vacancies. Arranges interviews, liaising with line managers and candidates to agree dates and times. Sends candidates confirmation of interviews. Prepares interviewer packs, including questions and interview scoring sheets.New starter process Liaises with providers during the new starter process. Liaises with line managers to confirm new employee start date and any special requirements. Liaises with Facilities and IT to manage necessary arrangements for the first day within the functions of the HR system. Fields new starter queries.Leaver process Liaises with pension administrators and other benefits administrators e.g. BUPA when required.Training Liaises with training providers and books suitable dates for identified training courses. Requests and chases pre-course assessments and send appointments to staff. Ensures delivery of training materials before event. Books on-site arrangements e.g. meeting rooms and refreshments. Organises and chases post course evaluations. Ensures training records are entered on the HR system. Answers all training related enquiries.Data Protection Ensures that policies and procedures are followed, and risks are identified and managed within area of responsibility. Complies and / or ensures compliance with company Data Protection policy, processes and all relevant legislationKnowledge and Experience: An all-around HR generalist, with experience in HR administration; and delivered proven results as an HR Officer in a complex and heavily regulated environment Experienced collecting, processing, preparing and analysing People information including but not limited to benefits, employee information, L&D information, candidate information, and working with an advanced HR system. Experienced in working in a Business Partner and Centre of Expertise setting Experienced in handling highly sensitive informationSkills and Qualifications: Can quickly grasp the Company's business objectives and understand how the People strategy, various People frameworks and policies support the achievement of strategic objective Excellent stakeholder management skills, can effectively advise and assist line managers, and inform employees about employment related matters in alignment with the Company's policies and the regulatory requirements. Ability to quickly produce high quality management information and presentation materials as and when required Educated to a degree level or equivalent work experience as an HR Officer; CIPD preferred
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  • £20 - £23/hour
Spencer Clarke Group are working closely with Lancashire County Council to appoint a HR Business Partner to their team. The roles are on an agency contract for a minimum of 3 months which is highly likely to be extended on an ongoing basis. Rate of Pay - £20+ per hour. Negotiable depending on experience. Location – County Hall, Preston, PR1 8XB The Main Purpose of the role: Provide professional and responsive HR support to senior managers within Lancashire County Council (LCC) and relevant partner organisations and take a lead role in the development of organisational recruitment and resourcing strategies to support senior managers. Key Responsibilities: Identify, develop and implement cost effective and creative people management strategies and solutions in order to identify, attract, assess and select the right people resources for LCC. Use workforce planning data and market insights to shape and plan appropriate recruitment and resourcing strategies and initiatives. Identify creative sourcing channels and digital tools to make the most of diverse candidate pools, both active and passive, in order to fill roles. Advise on the best use of social media channels to promote the LCC employer brand and current opportunities. Design and select assessment approaches for all levels of the organisation and provide related advice to managers. Tailor recruitment and selection approaches to appeal to different candidates. Provide high quality advice and guidance to senior managers on all aspects of recruitment and resourcing. Undertake the review, development and implementation of HR, and related, policies, procedures and guidance as required. Develop and deliver briefing sessions in support of the council's approaches to recruitment and resourcing. Develop and maintain effective partnership working in all aspects of HR activity. Act as HR representative at meetings. Analyse and interpret management information to provide reports on key HR performance indicators for consideration and discussion at senior management meetings. Attend senior management meetings to present reports including trend analysis and any relevant HR solutions. If you are interested in applying for the role, please send a copy of your most recent CV to and contact Dane at Spencer Clarke Group on (phone number removed)
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  • £65000 - £70000/annum Car + Bonus
Reporting to the Global Account Director, the EMEA RPO Talent Acquisition Manager will take full accountability for driving the Talent Acquisition Delivery Team across multiple locations and geographies. In partnership with ManpowerGroup Core the role holder will ensure innovative and creative sourcing strategies are in place to support key client critical skills and recruitment strategies in addition to driving consistency and high standards across the Core Source and Screen team. The role holder will drive key client and stakeholder engagement plans ensuring that the Talent Acquisition Managers and Partners are facing off to the right clients and that the key ownership of relationships are managed effectively to support the overall delivery of the account. They will also have key senior stakeholder relationships and set key meetings to review the recruitment delivery, forecast and demand plans in addition to gaining full insight of each business functions people strategy whilst partnering with the HRBP's and OM's to ensure knowledge is being shared and updates are captured appropriately. They will ensure all contractual governance, SLA's, KPI's and overall compliance is adhered to and efficient running of the recruitment operations function that underpins the overall recruitment delivery across the account. Experienced Required Proven Experience leading multiregional RPO or in-house Recruitment Teams RPO SME with a diverse RPO program and client background across multiple industries and disciplines with a key focus on professional hiring Proven experience of managing a high performing team through effective coaching, people management and leadership Experience of senior level stakeholder relationship and management Experience of devising strategies in line with client expectations to deliver against business or talent acquisition strategic objectives Ability to coach and develop senior managers and teams across multiple sites and geographies Commercial aptitude; pricing, contracts, service levels Negotiation skills; service levels, process and technology changes Advisory/consultative skills; ability to influence, manage expectations Market knowledge; to be well informed of recruitment trends and be able to bring challenge and innovation based upon market intelligencePeople Management Manage, coach and mentor TAM's to foster a culture of strong leadership and service delivery whilst driving effective, flexible recruitment processes that meets the needs of the HM Promote a culture of development within all accounts in own area that promotes internal mobility and a strong focus on career development whilst continuing to drive a market leading service for clients and supports the team with identifying talent for future roles Review capacity and performance management to drive operational excellence Empowers others, delegates effectively and provides support and opportunities for growth Conducts regular performance reviews with direct reports and takes appropriate action as required Maintains a positive team environment through an approachable and motivational style, which actively encourages open dialogueClient Management Manage multiple client relationships across multiple sites and business lines Key point of contact for the client relating to all experienced hires across UK, Ireland and Hungary and accountable for the service delivery and relationship management for all countries in their portfolio Troubleshoot any and all arising client or internal issues through to resolution and manage effectively through the RAID report Understand key client drivers across portfolio and ensuring the Manpower service is well positioned to deliver against and compliment them Look to continuously improve the service we offer to our clients Act as escalation point for our clients and operational stakeholders, using relevant experience(s) to offer efficient solutions to complex service and or commercial problems SME across RPO, market and industry trends ensuring client has a clear understanding of competitor and market changes Ensure effective and innovative sourcing strategies are in place to meet the overall recruitment strategy of JLR Financial and Operational Management The Account Manager look to continuously improve productivity and drive efficiencies in terms of how we operate both at a team and global account Fully conversant with key contractual obligations across the client portfolio and in partnership with the UK & I Operations Manager drive efficiencies across the account In partnership with Hungary Country Manager drive the commercial success of the in country portfolio through effective P&L management and ensuring achievement and/or exceeding budgetary commitments Support in the creation and content with client quarterly and annual business reviews Drive an agile and effective working relationship between CORE and all onsite teams Introduces the client to the services of the Manpower Group and provide leads to the relevant internal contacts and maintain regular contact with those Ensuring that all individual, team and account SLAs are met through effective team management Actively drive the collation of workforce demand and forecast plans to support the overall operation of the account Sets deadlines, monitors progress and removes barriers where possible, to ensure that work is completed on time and on budget Acts as escalation point for all client issues Partner with the Global Account Director and UK&I Operations Managers to support, monitor and communicate on a regular basis, financial and performance targets expected, and results achieved, by individuals and the wider account Identifies, communicates and acts upon areas likely to affect account profitability Drive continuous improvement opportunities within team and across the wider Manpower businessTravel between JLR and Manpower Offices required
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  • £30000 - £42000/annum
Our client is a leading SaaS organization with offices around the world. They are now looking for a Recruitment Consultant / Resourcer , French speaking, to act as their main point of contact in accessing customers for customer empathy and research purposes. You will be working with product teams to understand what kind of products they are building, figuring out who their target customer is, and finding that target customer so the team can build products that better meet the customer's needs. Occasional trips to Paris. Much of the time is spent on the phone with customers & getting to know them and scheduling them to come in and speak with engineers, product managers, researchers, marketing managers, support managers, and designers. Qualifications * Degree or equivalent experience * Recruiting, pipeline building and sourcing , talent acquisition, recruitment, research recruiting, or related fields. * Ability to work in a fast paced, frequently changing environment while providing superior levels of customer service. * Particularly, friendly and engaging phone demeanor. * Bilingual French required Benefits Superb offices in central London- Victoria Long contract, possible conversion to permanent Casual dress code
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CK Group is recruiting for a Talent Acquisition Specialist to join a company in the Pharmaceutical industry at their site based in Uxbridge on a contract basis for 12 months and has a hourly rate of £33 Ltd/ £25.30 PAYE. The Company: Our client is committed to unlocking the potential of biology for patients suffering from serious illnesses by discovering, developing, manufacturing and delivering innovative human therapeutics. This approach begins by using tools like advanced human genetics to unravel the complexities of disease and understand the fundamentals of human biology. Our client has been a biotechnology pioneer since 1980. They have grown to be one of the world's leading independent biotechnology companies, reaching millions of patients around the world. Currently they are developing a pipeline of medicines with breakaway potential. The Location: This position is based in at their Uxbridge site, which opened in 2007. Uxbridge is located in the heart of the biopharma community west of London. It is ideally situated for easy access to all that central London has to offer. Uxbridge also boasts a significant and growing business population and is conveniently located just 15 minutes from Heathrow Airport. The Role: The Senior Talent Sourcing Specialist will partner with the Talent Acquisition, Talent Management & HR Business Partners to support key business clients in delivering full end to end service, building talent pipelines for key regional leadership and niche roles. He/she will leverage strong market knowledge, adept stakeholder management skills, creativity and innovation to help attract, develop and retain top talent and achieve its goal of being the best place for talent Key Responsibilities: - Sourcing and Selecting the Best Talent for UK & Ireland - Identify potential candidates by using all available candidate sources - both internally and externally e.g. Workday, social media, conferences etc. - Partner with business & HR clients to build and maintain candidate relationships Conceptualize, develop and execute a plan of action for talent pipelining and mapping strategies in partnership with key stakeholders - Giving expert advice to HR Business Partners and Internal stakeholders on pipelining strategy - Proactively investigate new ideas to create innovative sourcing strategies - Partner with local and regional Talent Management, HR and business leaders to understand/ assess organizational talent gaps in relation to the current state of succession plans for key leadership and niche roles Your Background: Essential - University Degree in Life/ Social Sciences, Business Admin. or equivalent - Fluency in English. Desirable - Specialist training and/or qualification in recruitment or talent management - Fluency in multiple languages. Job Experiences - Proven track record as an in-house sourcer/recruiter or executive search consultant - Life sciences recruitment experience - Demonstrated success in building and maintaining talent pipelines - Proven track record delivering high quality service to senior clients Please note that your CV should show exact dates of employment (month and year) and any gaps of a month or more should be explained. CK Group is an Equal Opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all who meet our selection criteria. If you do not hear back from us within 5 working days of your application for this role, it means that on this occasion you have not been shortlisted for the next stage of the recruitment campaign. Entitlement to work in the EEA is essential. Please quote reference 46943 in all correspondence
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