The Human Resources department is responsible for the implementation and execution of human resource functions including compensation, performance, employee relations, benefit administration, people strategy and employment regulations. It is also responsible for identifying, recruiting, and developing people and processes in line with the mission and values of the business. Human Resources is also responsible for the administration of the HR and Payroll Management System (ADP).
This role will work alongside overseas counterparts to ensure consistency in approach and will provide support for other UK offices.
The successful applicant will work as the sole HR support to the group and will have a clear sense of accountability and ownership.
The Human Resources Manager is responsible for the following results:
General HR & Recruitment
Provide advice regarding employee relations.
Responsibility to ensure company benefits, handbook and all supporting staff welfare documentation are up to date and in line with current employment law.
Serve as a business partner across all departments within the company.
Responsible for promoting and encouraging positive working relationships across departments. Participating in company-wide staff initiatives.
Key contributor and promoter of the company People Strategy.
Conducting exit interviews, analysing the data for trends, and recommending changes.
Ensuring legal compliance by monitoring and implementing applicable Human Resources requirements and best people practices.
Ownership of the company recruitment process to find qualified candidates through internal and external networks.
Maintaining staff levels through recruiting, to include testing, interviewing, background checks, and offering advice to management on candidate selection.
Providing and structuring induction to all new colleagues and those transferring internally.
Maintaining all recruitment and hiring records.
Preparing reports by collecting, analysing, and summarising information and trends
Maintaining professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; establishing personal networks.
Respond to and represent company in all internal and external Employment hearings.
Actively participate in health and safety committee meetings.
Responsible for sourcing and nurturing a company-wide Corporate Responsibility programme
The preferred candidate will have at least 3 years of Human Resources experience, is CIPD qualified and able to demonstrate experience in leading People Strategy.
The preferred candidate has relevant experience in the following areas:
- Working in a similar position within Human Resources or a related business area.
- Current working knowledge of HR programmes and regulations.
- Technical and functional expertise with ADP or similar HR systems.
- Working knowledge of Microsoft Office, specifically Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook.
- People Management