We have an exciting opportunity for a full time HR Manager at our Spalding site to join the Spalding management team.
Scope and Purpose
To provide a proactive, effective and professional HR service to the site and all it’s internal customers. Ensuring the site adheres to Group driven Policies, procedures, initiatives and statutory legislation whilst developing and maintain good employee relations.
Key Accountability – Main tasks
Support the Site Director and HR Business Partner in the delivery of all aspects of Group driven Human Resource Management including employee reward, relations, development, resourcing including recruitment and selection on site.
Will proactively manage Works Council and employee communication to develop and maintain good employee relations.
Working closely with the HR Business Partner and Management on site will implement the Group People Plan, gaining buy-in at all levels of the site.
With the support of the HR Business Partner manage the HR Team on site, taking responsibility for individuals Performance Management, team development, learning and development needs, coaching and mentoring.
Responsible for the recruitment and retention (where appropriate) of permanent, temporary and agency employees /workers on site including the management of the on site agency.
Maintaining and updating of Sedex online system for the site
With the support of the HR Business Partner manage any change management initiatives that may exist and ensure appropriate succession planning to meet the future needs of the business.
Support the implementation and embedding of the Group Learning and Development Plan to ensure cost-effective solutions are utilised to the full extent. Ensure that the site has a training plan, which meets the group’s identified standard as set out in the Training Wall.
Working with the Learning & Development Co-ordinator ensure the appropriate induction and training of employees and workers to meet the safety and skills needs of the business; also to include development of the site training budget and training to the plan/budget.
Work closely with Group HR to assist with the implementation and on-going delivery of the Group Learning and Development Strategy – “the Wall” and Group’s Young People Strategy “Talent for the New Generation” including work experience, apprenticeships, industrial placements and graduates.
Responsible for supporting the site’s adherence to company policies and procedures including disciplinary and grievance, ensuring legal compliance and best practice at all times. Support the HR Business Partner in implementing policies and procedures; advise and support Line Management in adhering to these.
Ensure production of terms and conditions of employment and other associated information for prospective employees. Assist in the development and review of these areas as when required. Ensure all legal and or good practice documents are recorded and filed for all employees and documented on the company information system as required.
Maintain up to date personnel and training records to ensure accurate information is available for reporting and auditing purposes, liaising with the Technical / QA Department where necessary in order to maintain our BRC/EFSIS (total quality) higher accreditation status and other audits such as SEDEX.
Responsible keeping up to date staff records and organization of accurate and timely payrolls for both employees and temporary workers, liaising with other departments and temporary agency providers as appropriate.
Co-ordinate the production of essential management information / KPI’s for site. Identify areas of improvement from this information and agree appropriate action plans.
Maintain and develop the site attendance management policy, to actively reduce short and long-term absence, utilizing occupational health services as appropriate.
Any other HR admin, reports, projects work and filing as requested and maintain SEDEX.
Support the site management team in the control of costs through head count records, budget awareness.
Develop a department that is respected by all.
Develop a team work culture with all the site.
Develop and deliver opportunities for engagement with the community and raising money for Tulip’s Group Charity of the Year including site charities
Knowledge, Skills and Experience
HR Advisor experience within a manufacturing environment
PC Literate, with excel, word, power point skills and competent user of HR systems
Aptitude and Psychometric Profiling Experience (preferably qualified)
People management skills (e.g. counselling skills, training needs analysis)
Communication skills, verbal and written including presentation skills and report writing
We value our workforce and are fully committed to developing our people and allowing them to show their full potential. If you are as serious about food as we are and ready to help us make a difference, we would like to hear from you.
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