Brook Street is excited to be working exclusively in partnership with a well-known organisation in their search for a fixed contract HR Manager to join their team.
You will take direct responsibility for a HR team whilst driving the HR strategy across the business. You will business partner with colleagues across the business and work to implement process improvement for all HR matters.
Your typical responsibilities will include but not be limited to, the following:
o Partner with key departments to identify and implement HR activity which helps create an exciting and inclusive culture for employees
o Manage the effective running of all functions of the HR Department including payroll, recruitment, employee relations, training and development whilst ensuring that employees are supported through these HR processes
o Drive the management development agenda and support and coach specific line managers
o Managing the provision of generalist HR advice to support operational delivery, help line managers to ensure full compliance with employment legislation, supporting and advising on employee relations case management
o Manage the payroll process from a HR perspective, including contractual documentation and ownership of HR management data, including accuracy and maintenance
o Champion equality and diversity in the workplace through specific projects, working with staff networks
o Drive the continuous improvement of HR systems, practices and policies in the organisation, ensuring they underpin our culture and values
o Lead Human Resources projects and activities in areas such as well-being, diversity and inclusion and job evaluation and ensure that these are aligned with the organisation's values and contribute to the strategic direction.
This role is fixed contract for four months and such requires a candidate who is available at short notice and possesses a proven and progressive background within HR. You will be well versed in UK employment law, will enjoy business partnering with line managers and stakeholders and will enjoy both a transactional and strategic position.
A CIPD qualification is essential as well as a generalist background within HR with proven line management experience. You will be a confident communicator, have excellent stakeholder engagement skills and will enjoy influencing in a complex environment. In return you will receive an excellent remuneration package which compromises of 25 days annual leave, a very competitive contribution pension scheme, an annual bonus scheme and opportunities for flexible working.
With a view for the successful candidate to be situ by the beginning of March, interviews for this role are being held imminently. Therefore, if you have read the above with interest and are keen to be considered, please submit your CV or call the branch on 01463729213.