As an HR Adviser you will positively influence business decisions and processes using your experience, knowledge and general commercial awareness to achieve appropriate outcomes that meet company expectations.
As an HR advisor you will be working within the following areas:
*Employee Relations- Provide timely and practical commercial advice and support to managers on all employee relations matters.
*Recruitment- Ensure all recruitment activity undertaken is within the company expectations and budget.
*Reward- Understand the structure of reward across the company.
*Performance Management- Have an excellent understanding on company expectations.
*Learning and Development- Identifying L&D requirements within the business and understanding the context of required development.
*Degree level qualification (2:1 or above preferable)
*CIPD part-qualified, with a desire to complete qualification
*Knowledge / experience in the key areas of employment law.
*Good understanding of the recruitment process and good interviewing / selection experience.
*Good understanding of performance management.
*Experience working with Learning and Development teams to identify development requirements / input into the design of learning or development interventions.
For more information please contact Charlotte Taylor
Sewell Wallis acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and an employment business for the supply of temporary workers. As part of our recruitment process, we will retain your CV for a period of one year to enable us to consider you for future roles. After this period your CV will be deleted.
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