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  • £38000 - £40000/annum
General Job Purpose To manage the day-to-day operations of the Human Resource department, responsible for the administration of human resources policies, procedures, and programs. To carry out responsibilities in the following functional areas: departmental development, Human Resources Information System (HRIS), employee relations, training and development, benefits, compensation, organisational development, recruitment, terminations, performance management and employment law. Assist in providing a wide range of HR support and advice to the Head of School and section Principals. The HR Manager will play a key role in the success of the organisation by offering guidance on HR best practices while facilitating a positive relationship between personnel and senior management. (phone number removed)LM INDHRR
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  • £30000 - £36000/annum + fantastic benefits
Interim HR Advisor (9-month contract) Location: Warwickshire £30-36,000 + benefits The HR department at our global Client are looking to recruit an Interim HR Advisor that will be providing professional HR advice and support to managers in all areas of HR including Employee Relations, Talent and Development as well as supporting with significant business change projects. This is a full-time position that will be until at least September 2020. The role: * Managing medium and high-risk ER cases to resolution. This will include drafting all correspondence relating to the case, providing advice throughout the process and attending meetings where necessary * Partnering with and delivering effective coaching and development to line managers resulting in a positive impact on business performance and preventing a re-occurrence of issues * Ensuring HR systems, case management tools and employee files are accurate and up to date * Supporting line manager’s with long-term absence cases including making meaningful interventions to ensure all cases are dealt with in a reasonable and timely manner * Preparation and presentation of reports on volumes, trends. Identifying opportunities, and putting forward recommendations, for continuous improvement e.g. to existing policies, processes, procedures and line manager training * Supporting with data gathering and validation for the Workday implementation * Assisting with the smooth running of the annual performance management process including coaching managers and ensuring 100% returns is achieved * Assisting with the talent gridding roll up process as required * Conducting training needs analysis and identifying skills/knowledge gaps and support in the delivery of interventions, such as workshops and coaching * Assisting with analysing training requests based on merit, link to strategy and ROI * Taking responsibility for and supporting on end to end recruitment processes where required * Assisting with the revision and publishing of policies and procedures as required * Assisting with the carrying out of a company-wide change projects and activities associated with these * Support the HR function with compliance * Provide support across the HR function on ad hoc projects as and when required The person: * Degree educated or equivalent and CIPD qualified * Experience of working in a high-volume HR Generalist role * Have a willingness to travel and a passion for human resources * Up to date employment law and best practice HR knowledge * Experience of all aspects of the ER agenda including change management * Ability to understand, interpret HR policies, processes and procedures and use these to advise line managers when dealing with complex cases * Experienced in delivering coaching, training and development interventions to raise Line manager capability * A can do, positive attitude that works towards identifying issues and seeking solutions * Have previous experience with partnering with stakeholders and using coaching methodology to reach added value and solutions * Have experience with end to end resourcing processes * Ideally have previous experience in learning and development including design and delivery * Previous experience in talent gridding processes * Have a positive outlook towards change and working as a team * Be a skilled communicator with the ability to prioritise and work under own initiative To apply please email your CV, or call for more details
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Salary Details: £20,000 per annum + up to 10% PRP Do you have admin experience in a HR Shared Service environment? Then how does the opportunity of joining a progressive and innovative social enterprise that’s implementing a brand new, radical strategy which is designed to make a real difference to people’s lives sound to you? Well this is your chance to find out! As a HR Administrator/People Services Assistant, working in a team at the heart of a packed and exciting agenda, you’ll relish the prospect of undertaking a multi-skilled, front-line role in a fast-paced and vibrant environment, enjoying increasing exposure right across the complete HR mix, including payroll. Day-to-day, you’ll act as a first point of contact for all HR, Facilities and Payroll enquiries, focusing on the delivery of a top-quality service to colleagues at each and every level, whilst providing administrative and transactional support to our HR Business Partners. What will it take to succeed? * Well to begin with, you’ll need to be an experienced administrator from a HR-related background, with a good idea of the demands presented by a shared service environment * Demonstrating exceptional customer service and communication skills, your ability to hit the ground running and make an immediate impact will be a key ingredient * And when it comes to technical know-how, your broad base of HR and payroll knowledge combined with a flair for all things IT means you’re sure to stand out from the crowd * As a proven performer who’s used to producing results and working under pressure, you’ll thrive on managing a busy workload and be keen to make a visible impression * Your flexibility and willingness to go that ‘extra mile’ in order to meet and exceed ever increasing customer expectations will always put you in good stead. * Experience of HR Systems such as Ciphr, Talent, Peoplesoft, Workday, Payroll systems or similarWe’re on a really exciting journey at Bromford; Glassdoor has named us as a top 5 best place to work in the UK for two year’s running, and we have launched a new strategy for (Apply online only); committing to build 14,000 new homes, rolling out our innovative coaching approach to even more customers, and delivering our company-wide transformation programme. In support and recognition of our colleagues who will help us deliver this strategy, we offer a fantastic benefits package. This includes; 27 days holiday (plus statutory bank holidays); a choice of defined benefit and defined contribution pension schemes; trust based flexible working, and a £500 personal allowance to spend on your choice of things like private medical cover, dental treatment and gym membership. Click here to see the full list. Follow us on Glassdoor, Twitter and LinkedIn to learn more about Bromford and what it’s like to work here. We'd also like to invite you to watch our Customer Annual Review 2019 video here. Bromford Housing Group is committed to recruiting with care and safeguarding employees and customers, as a result we will carry out pre-employment checks. The nature of these checks will vary according to the role applied for, and may include details of current/previous employment, unspent criminal convictions, education and proof of relevant qualifications. We will also be asking for references for everyone who is offered employment with us which must cover the last two years. In addition to this, all employees will be asked for evidence of their right to live and work in the UK - further information is available on the UK Government website. We do not require recruitment agency support at this time - all speculative CV’s will be treated as a direct application
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Human Resources Business Partner 12 Month Maternity Cover FTC RBA Our global business provides vital information, analysis and data solutions to business professionals across a wide range of sectors including financial services, aviation, commodities and agriculture within the Risk and Business Analytics (RBA) business of RELX. Through our solutions, we help customers achieve improved outcomes, save money, stay compliant and reduce risk. So who are RBI and Proagrica? Proagrica is a global provider of independent connectivity and data-driven support solutions for the agriculture and animal health industries. We deliver actionable intelligence to drive business growth across the value chain. Our superior products and services connect and empower industry participants to address their key needs around trading, productivity and compliance. Our solutions are built around the key competences of data connectivity and data analytics delivering seamless supply chain management, supply chain standards compliance, and customer insight and engagement, essential for businesses looking to improve their value offering and expand in the modern marketplace. We are in an exciting period of growth in the world of online business information services and solutions, and are looking for an experienced HRBP to support our agricultural business Proagrica (with approx. 440 employees worldwide and our Global Production teams. Role/Job Purpose Reporting directly to HR Director for this portfolio of businesses, but with a strong dotted line alignment to management teams of the business you support, you will be responsible for partnering with the global leadership team to support the ongoing development and delivery of their people strategy. The role will be a member of the Proagrica Senior Leadership Team, with ownership of the people strategy in partnership with the MD and working with local in-country HR Business Partners to ensure the successful implementation of both business specific and RBA people initiatives. The successful candidate will need to be strategic, results focused, adaptable and able to manage multiple priorities across a range of disparate business areas. They will need to have the ability to resolve organisational issues as they arise as well as pre-empt them in order to ensure risks are mitigated and the business is able to continue to operate. You will also be able to draw insight from data in order to help shape the future talent and people requirements of the organisation and identify any trends that help shape that future. You will also be part of a larger global HR function of over 30 people, including HRBP’s and Centre’s of Expertise in Recruitment, Reward and Talent. As part of this team you will be expected to participate and input on wider RBA HR initiatives to support the continuous development of our high performance culture. Key accountabilities / responsibilities include: • Lead and support change initiatives across designated business areas in order to further improve profitability and revenue growth. • Lead and support M&A activity, project managing the HR aspects of the acquisition, including DD, leading HR integration and working with the leadership teams of the acquired company going forward. • Provide professional HR advice, coaching and support to managers in order to help shape their people strategy • Function as partner and confidante to your client group in all areas of Human Resources; work to address any issues identified. • Provide guidance and expertise in organisation structure and design to ensure support of the goals of the organisation • Champion talent management to ensure improved attraction, retention and development of staff which drives the performance of the business and builds the longer term bench strength to critical positions. • Proactively manage and develop relationships across all key stakeholder groups to support the delivery of your objectives, including partnering with COE’s, SSC, Employee relations specialists and the broader HRBP team. • Partner with managers to resolve employee and organisational issues. Support successful resolution of these issues, minimizing risk to the organisation at all times. • Support leaders on change management initiatives and lead HR work streams as required. • Lead the deployment of all relevant Talent Management processes for your client group to ensure identification, assessment and development of talent required to deliver the businesses objectives. • Lead workforce planning ensuring the short and long term talent requirements are identified to deliver the business strategy and work with the Recruitment and Talent COE’s to execute upon them. • Drive employee engagement through the improvement and development of initiatives that align to the key outputs of the employee opinion surveys • Communicate and reinforce the Company’s values and beliefs about people to develop a high performing organisation. • Ensure equitable and consistent management of the company's compensation programs working with Compensation and senior management in reviewing business needs and market data to ensure competitiveness within market and ensure retention of key talent. • Implement global people strategies driven for the overall portfolio. Collaborate closely with other team members to ensure a consistent approach to the implementation. • Identify and manage key metrics and analytics to support decisions driving the people agenda for the organisation. • Support and/or lead business projects e.g. Employee Opinion Survey, as required • Accountable for ensuring country legal and legislative compliance at all times Skills • Proven experience operating as an HRBP in highly matrixed, global business. • Sound knowledge and proven track record in all core aspects of HR management, including performance management, organisational change and restructures, absence management, disciplinary and grievance processes. • Previous experience in working across multiple geographies • Excellent analytical skills including experience of workforce planning, business reporting and fact based decision making • Business and commercial orientated HR professional who is keenly interested in the customer and commercial aspects of the business. • Passion for performance coaching and management at all levels • Strong communication and influence skills • Able to operate as part of a larger HR team Behaviours • Self-motivated and results orientated • Analytical and curious • Comfortable with change and ambiguity • Able to work as part of a team; collaborative • Ability to build relationships at all levels in the organisation. Qualifications • Post-graduate or equivalent experience • Experience working across multiple industries & supporting a fully global P&L business. • Experience of working in the high-tech industry preferred. • Experience of leading a large, global business unit through a technical and cultural transformation
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Senior HR Officer Ormiston Families’ Point 1 Service This is a fixed term post for 14 hours per week, with a salary of £29,912 pro rata per annum Based at Central Office, Ipswich We are looking for a new team member to join our established Human Resources team to provide comprehensive and professional support to the organisation. The post holder will provide a high level, professional, proficient and effective generalist HR service to all managers and employees. You will advise and guide on all areas of HR issues and casework, including complex matters. You will develop and improve HR processes, systems and policies & procedures, in accordance with organisational and HR strategy. You will be a highly motivated and passionate individual with membership to the CIPD and qualified to at least level 5. You must have experience in providing HR advice and managing TUPE transfer at a Senior HR Officer level. In return we can offer a range of attractive benefits and work/life balance. Closing date for all applications is 9am, Monday 23rd December 2019. Ormiston Families is committed to safeguarding. We are an equal opportunities employer; we value diversity and welcome applications from all sections of the community. No agencies please
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  • £22000 - £30000/annum
Nicholas Michael have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Recruitment Consultant to take the next step and expand their career. We are looking for a strong candidate to start a brand new division within the company and take on the responsibility of developing this. The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 1 years experience within the Driving and Logistics sector and a proven track record of over achieving against targets. Hours 08:00 - 17:00, Monday to Friday (On call duties will be agreed) Responsibilities: Develop and manage client relationships in a competitive environment Proactively and consistently strive to identify and obtain new business Sourcing and attracting passive / active candidates within your sector Managing the recruitment process from interview to placement Negotiating contracts Sound knowledge of the Cambridgeshire business market, specifically knowledge of the Driving and Logistics sector Strong desire to develop business through a variety of methods from cold calling, relationship based selling and developing existing business. Setting and attending an agreed number of new client sales meetings and existing client service meetings Flexible working hours as role will include on call on a shared rota basis Successful applicants must have the following: Minimum 1 years recruitment experience Contacts within the local area Proven sales track record of over achieving against objectives and targets An envious business development record Target driven and willing to work hard to achieve your goals Excellent communicator both written and verbal Team player Tenacious and resilient Good time management and organisational skills Good understanding of Drivers Hours and Tachograph Regulations An attractive basic salary of £22k-£30K. In return for delivering results you will be part of an excellent bonus scheme, pension, strong career progression for those that want to push themselves & their capabilities. For the right candidate, this position can develop into a divisional management role with the opportunity to build your team as you grow. OTE year 1 £35k OTE year 2 45k OTE year 3 60k Job Types: Full-time, Commission, Permanent Salary: £22,000.00 to £30,000.00 /year If you are interested in this role, please apply or call Michael on (phone number removed)
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Spire HR Solutions is an outsourced HR consultancy based in Warrington, Cheshire. They have an exciting opportunity for an experienced HR Consultant to cover maternity leave on a fixed term contract. Job Title: HR Consultant Location: Warrington, Cheshire Salary: Competitive + Benefits Established in 2010, we have built a network of clients varying from 4 to 4,000 employees in a number of different industries. We are looking for an experienced HR Consultant to join our team! Reporting to the Managing Director, you will be responsible for providing HR advice to our Clients on a wide range of HR and Employment Law issues. This is a generalist role, with exposure to coaching and guiding managers with policies and procedures in regards to capability, disciplinary & grievance, sickness & absence, TUPE, Redundancy, dismissal etc.The successful HR Consultant will have: - Previously worked in a similar role and possess a full CIPD qualification along with experience of managing a small team - Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal, are also required as you will frequently liaise with Directors, Managers and employees The variety of the role is vast and no two days are the same but being able to prioritise workload and juggle various projects is necessary. The ideal candidate must be able to think on their feet and quickly integrate with new clients, understanding their business objectives and how HR can assist with achieving these. Working with autonomy, you must be self-motivated and willing to go that extra mile for clients. In return you will receive an attractive salary plus bonus, receive private medical health insurance, free parking and a generous holiday allowance. Fixed term contract details: Expected to start in January 2020 and to continue until March 2021. If you feel you have the skills and experience to become a HR Consultant then please click ‘Apply’ today and don’t miss out
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  • £21000 - £24000/annum
HR Assistant £21,000 - £24,000 per annum East Manchester Monday - Friday 37.5 hours per week Office Angels Manchester are currently recruiting for a HR Assistant to join our client, a manufacturing company based in East Manchester. The day to day duties in your new job would be: Managing the full recruitment cycle including sourcing candidates, interviewing, referencing, issuing contracts and inductions Facilitating probation period and other reviews Maintain the time and attendance system Process holiday requests Maintain all HR document records and employee database Organise training for employees Co-ordinate events and employee engagement activities Any other admin duties We'd love to speak to candidates with: Previous experience of a HR Administration or Assistant role CIPD level 3 Confident with recruitment Ability to work independently Next steps…. Apply today! If your CV is suitable for the role, I will be in contact to find out more about you and tell you more about the position. If you have any further queries, contact the office on (phone number removed) or email (url removed) Office Angels acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and an employment business for the supply of temporary workers. Office Angels UK is an Equal Opportunities Employer. By applying for this role your details will be submitted to Office Angels. 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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  • £34643 - £37530/annum
The RSPB exists to give nature a home. It is Europe's largest Conservation charity. We help birds, other wildlife and natural places survive and thrive. Our vision and purpose is to save nature and create a world richer in nature. None of this can be achieved without our staff, volunteers and partners, and the People Directorate enables the RSPB to deliver through its people. We are working towards a strong vision for our people and continue to develop our People Strategy to make this vision a reality. Our Business Partner Team has a vital part to play in accomplishing this Strategy. We now have an exciting opportunity for a talented and experienced HR Business Partner. This is a key role within the People Directorate and you will be working with the team to develop further the business partner model within the RSPB. People Business Partner Reference number: A(phone number removed) Location: Sandy, Bedfordshire Salary starting at: £34,643 to £37,530 per annum Hours: Full Time with flexible working options Contract: 12 months fixed term contract You will bring experience of Business Partnering and developing effective organisation wide relationships at a senior level. We are looking for flexible people who bring energy and enthusiasm to their passion for finding business focused solutions helping us deliver for nature. You will be CIPD qualified with a broad range of HR experience to draw on and through your coaching and influencing skills bring about change. You will also help us to develop forward-looking HR & Development policies and projects that can enable us to achieve more with and through our people. *Applications are also welcome from experienced HR Managers who do not yet have experience in Business Partnering but wish to grow in this aspect. In this case we would consider appointing suitable candidates at the HR Manager grade. At this level it may also be possible to consider part-time candidates offering at least 20 hours per week availability. The RSPB prides itself on being an excellent employer and you will join a dedicated and supportive HR Department and have opportunities for career development and learning. Closing date: 2 January 2020 TO APPLY AND FOR MORE INFORMATION: If you would like to find out more about this position and to apply, please click the Apply button to be directed to our website where you can download the role profile and application details. Our job information pack and accompanying role profile tell you all about the key result areas and the skills and experience needed for the role. Please make sure you include reference number A(phone number removed) on your application. Please send in your CV and covering information as soon as you are ready - we are actively recruiting and may draw the role to a close when suitable applications are received. We look forward to hearing from you soon! This role is covered by the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act. You will be asked to declare unspent convictions and cautions at offer of employment stage. No agencies please
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Internal Talent Acquisition Consultant * Leighton Buzzard (free parking on site) * 6 – 9 months contract role * Rate is dependent on experience A world leader in the Aerospace sector are seeking to appoint a Talent Acquisition Consultant on a contract basis. This is a crucial role within the company to ensure the continued strengthening of their workforce. This is a stable, fast-growing company that encourages professional development, fosters teamwork and rewards ingenuity. As the Internal Talent Acquisition Consultant, you will be responsible for: * Resourcing and head hunting for internal vacancies. * Working with agencies to give any feedback on applications and booking in interviews. * Liaising with internal managers to gain feedback on CV’s and to arrange any interviews. * Advert writing and working with managers to ensure they’re up to date and accurate. * Supporting the HR Director on any ad-hoc requirements. * Managing any internal applications that come through the company website. * General administration support * Managing the coordination of all recruitment activity * Utilising the internal company portal As the successful Internal Talent Acquisition Consultant, you should have the following related experience / skills: * Previous background in Talent Acquisition or Internal Recruitment * Ability to prioritise and work in a fast-paced environment * Coordination of volume of recruitment * Ability to work with internal systems and recruitment portals The appointed Internal Talent Acquisition Consultant will be willing too support a large proportion of their time in coordination and recruitment administration
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