FIXED TERM CONTRACT
Acorn is looking to recruit an experienced HR Manager for their client, a specialist manufacturer based in Newport, for a fixed term contract until the end of 2021 to cover maternity.
This is an internally-facing role, involving playing an integral part in employee relations and working at an operational level whilst driving business initiatives. In addition, it is to develop a strategic approach to human resource development and management to ensure the effective implementation of the HR strategy & operational plans.
It will be your role to provide support and guidance on all HR matters relating to the Rogerstone manufacturing site.
You will develop effective working relationships with MD's/GM's and the Senior Leadership Teams to enable a first class HR service to be delivered on site.
*In conjunction with the HRBP & HRVP., develop and implement People Plans in line with business needs
*Provide HR guidance, support and expertise to all sites for all HR activity, including legislative employment changes, corporate HR policy, contractual terms & conditions and employee benefits
*Support line managers with disciplinary, grievance, absence and performance management cases and ensure all paperwork is completed within a reasonable timeframe and within the required legal framework
*Assist HRD to support all major employee change programmes and other ad hoc projects when required
*Provide guidance and support with employee welfare issues and management of occupational health service
Recruitment & Selection
*Ensure the delivery of site HR programmes and initiatives
*Provide Support to other HR colleagues within the organisation
*Organise and manage all aspects of family friendly processes including maternity, paternity, adoption, parental and unpaid leave and flexible working
*Conduct employee inductions for all new starters
Performance / Talent Management
*Provide leadership on the implementation of the Group-wide talent management programme and ensure appropriate plans are developed and implemented
*Provide guidance to line managers to ensure all employees receive a quality Performance Development Review
*Identify training requirements and incorporate into the training plan
*Support with organising the annual PDR process, talent calibration reviews and rollout of Management Standards
*Manage employee relations on site through appropriate body i.e. employee forum or Union.
*Support Line Manager will all Employee relation issues to resolve all matters within the legal framework and desired timescales
*Manages HR relationships with third parties
*Manage relationships with internal HR colleagues effectively to ensure HR team is effective
*Lead discussion with Employee Forum
*Manage relationship with line managers and employees to ensure sites are fully engaged
*Monitors compliance with all key HR policies and processes
*Recommends corrective actions for non-compliance to HR Business Partner
*Compliance for all temporary workers on sites under their responsibility
*Keeps abreast of changes in HR and employment legislation
*Provide support and guidance to Managers on HR and organisation development issues
*Manage the annual training and development plan and budget and ensure that evaluation of training is carried out and reviewed
*support the company in meeting its H&S requirements and help to drive health & safety throughout the company
*Responsible for the development of the HR team including appraisals & monitoring training plans.
*To identify & drive continuous improvements within the Human Resource area
*To be responsible for co-ordinating with senior level recruitment
*To monitor and advise on absence management
*To offer employee counselling & support where appropriate
*Able to identify external influences
*Creating Company Culture, understanding and meeting the needs of employees, implementing professional development plans that increase skillsets while helping your people feel valued and helping employees to really feel connected with your company's values and goals
*Accessible & Approachable
*CIPD qualified to Level 5
*3+ years' experience in a human resources supervisory position
*Demonstrated ability to improve employee morale
*Comprehensive understanding of employment laws
*Exceptional interpersonal communication and relationship-building skills
*Experience of resolving complex casework problems
*Strong business acumen
*Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
*Takes responsibility for own actions and visibly supports the leadership teams
*Ability to coach and mentor management and employees.
*Results-focused and committed to achieving goals
Desirable Skills and Experience
* Qualified to CIPD Level 7
* Bachelor' Degree in Human Resources or related business field
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Acorn Recruitment acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment.
- Human Resources
- CIPD Level 7
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