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Are you a people-focused HR generalist with a knack for projects?
We have an exciting role that might just be your next career move!
Our client is a charity which is having a lasting and positive impact on families throughout Devon / Cornwall and have c280 employees. This is a fantastic opportunity to make a real difference in an organisation that truly values its people and makes a difference to local communities.
They are embarking on a journey to decentralise their business functions, introduce new automation systems and workflows that improve the employee experience.
Here's the exciting work you'll be doing:
🚀 Leverage your experience and interpersonal skills to upskill, coach, and develop the expertise of management roles in people practices.
🚀 Showcase your passion for humanising connections and interactions, while supporting managers through change.
🚀 Work autonomously and collaboratively to deliver project outcomes on time and within budget.
Your responsibilities will include:
🎯 Leading a learning culture underpinned by our client's values.
🎯 Proactively identifying opportunities for improved quality and business efficiencies.
🎯 Translating HR policies into decentralised, quality, and humanised approaches.
🎯 Reviewing policy in practice, using business intelligence to inform recommendations for continuous improvement.
🎯 Developing and delivering training that upskills managers to confidently lead with compassion.
🎯 Managing complex employee relations case work
🎯 Providing collective leadership in wider organisational risks, priorities, and business development.
This is a full-time, hybrid role that will require some travel through the two counties. Our client is offering a base salary of £35,000 plus benefits.
Ready to take on this challenge? If you're responsive, self-motivated, and passionate about HR, please send over your CV for our consideration.
This is a fantastic opportunity to make a real difference in an organisation that truly values its people and makes a difference to local communities.Apply Here
We are pleased to be working with a growing international business who have created a new post for a HR Business Partner to join their UK HR team.
You will be responsible for a manufacturing plant of c125 employees in Staffordshire. The role is hybrid, and our client would ideally like you onsite for at least 3 days per week but there is a degree of flexibility on this.
The role will report to a Snr HR Business Partner, who has a broader remit to oversee the wider division, so an ability to work with a fair amount of autonomy is required. The company is matrixed in structure and there will be some liaison with colleagues in overseas territories to ensure divisional strategies/initiatives are aligned with local ones.
As a HR Business Partner, you will be at the heart of key site projects, including the launch of their learning and development strategy, succession planning and collaborating with academies to bolster their employer brand in the industry.
Your responsibilities will include:
- Drive and facilitate a high-performance culture to improve organisational and people capability. Develop managers’ coaching and mentoring capability.
- Support delivery of change management, stakeholder communications and HR related projects (cross-functionally if applicable), aligned to the business strategy.
- Identify people risks and opportunities and intervening early through excellent understanding of the wider business context- KPIs, financial position, Business Intelligence, external market trends and themes.
- Offer expert advice to aid the resolution of complex employee relations issues.
- Improve organisational design based on business strategy, assess current and future state according to business need-succession, specific competencies, knowledge, skills and experience.
- Manage talent - ensure Individual Development Plans (IDPs) are in place and progress is regularly reviewed. Identify opportunities to promote cross business talent moves to support talent management and retention, ensure appropriate and attractive remuneration. There have a specialist Talent Acquisition and Talent Development teams in place which you will be able to work in conjunction with.
- Proactively seek to enhance the employee experience.
- Build and develop stakeholder relationships across the business and with relevant third parties i.e. Trade Union, Professional bodies.
- Previous experience as a HR Business Partner within the UK is essential.
- Commercially minded HR practitioner
- Experience in talent matters – acquisition, development, management
- Experience in employee relations
- Union experience would be beneficial, but not essential as they have good relations with their union.
- Our client will welcome applications from outside the manufacturing industry, though having previous experience in blue-collar sectors will be a distinct advantage.
Our client will offer a competitive salary dependant on experience + bonus, 25 days holiday plus banks, excellent pension and lots of other benefits.Apply Here
We are working with a growing organisation looking for a Senior HR Business Partner to join their HR team on a permanent basis.
The company are going through a significant transformation and they have a forward thinking HR strategy that’s people-focused.
You will report directly into the HR Director and support a fast-paced division headed up by a super people-focused and progressive MD. The role will be hybrid and will also require fairly regular travel as the division has 400 employees across 70 sites across the UK. You will be supported by a HR Business Partner and a centralised HR/Talent team.
- Establish and maintain stakeholder relationships, build capability and contribute to business discussions in order to drive people performance and the employee experience at the company.
- Support delivery of change management, stakeholder communications and HR related projects (often cross-functionally), aligned to the business strategy.
- Manage talent - lead talent calibration and succession planning processes, and resulting individual development plans. Identify opportunities to promote cross business talent moves and developmental experiences to support talent management and retention, ensure appropriate and attractive remuneration.
- Assist managers and collaborate with talent acquisition team in the development of appropriate selection and recruitment practices including participating at interviews, administering psychometric and ability testing instruments.
- Assist and advise managers and where required take a lead role in the process of organisational change, including business restructure, redundancies, TUPE transfers and acquisitions including performing post-merger integration work on a recent company acquisition.
- Offer expert advice to aid the resolution of complex employee relations issues. Ensure they are handled effectively and professionally by the relevant manager. Take proactive steps to identify trends, root causes and build manager capability.
- Generate insight from data - Produce reports and advise managers on a variety of topics, including absence statistics, salary information, pay benchmarking.
- Manage core HR process including annual performance review process.
- Undertake and assist with various projects, such as strategy development, introduction of new initiatives.
- Build and develop stakeholder relationships across the business
- Previous experience as a HR Business Partner in a complex, multi-site role within the UK is essential
- Previous experience in change management and post-acquisition integration.
- High degree of emotional intelligence and coaching skills
- Be able to bring creative ideas and execute projects.
- Strong talent and talent acquisition experience
In return our client is offering a competitive base salary, bonus + car/car allowance and many other benefits.Apply Here
We are pleased to be working with an organisation where inclusivity is a core value and they are currently looking for a new Equality, Diversity & Inclusion (EDI) Manager to join them.
The role will be hybrid, but based at their central Bournemouth office at least twice a week.
Reporting to the HR Director, your main purpose is to provide leadership and direction to ensure that the organisation meets their EDI duties, aims and objectives. You will lead the implementation of the inclusivity agenda to build organisational EDI capability and capacity.
- Lead the organisation's work on equality, diversity and inclusion matters.
- Ensure we have a welcoming and empowering workplace culture in which all staff, regardless of their protected characteristics are able to thrive and progress
- Act as subject matter expert on EDI
- Work collaboratively with members of the HR and OD team to ensure that EDI is embedded throughout the organisation’s approach to employee attraction, leadership, organisational design, talent management and succession planning, and workforce planning.
- Develop the knowledge, skills and understanding of all employees on equality, diversity and inclusion, from challenging and influencing change in attitude and behaviours to promoting equality of opportunity and diversity
- Regularly audit, review and evaluate progress, using quantitative and qualitative data, to highlight where barriers exist and show the impact of strategies and initiatives
- Promote and develop the mainstreaming of EDI into all workforce activities and support the development of leadership and management capability
- Successful track record of delivery of EDI strategy, projects, and activities in a complex organisation
- Understanding and evident commitment to promoting equality, diversity and inclusivity (EDI)
- Understanding of best practice in EDI
- Project management experience
- Experience of working with multiple stakeholders including managing and influencing different needs
- Well-developed interpersonal and communication skills
- Ability to work within a broad strategic framework on personal initiative
In return, our client is able to offer a salary between £53-65k, excellent pension and holiday entitlement, comprehensive wellbeing programme and lots of family friendly provisions.Apply Here
HR Recruitment Solutions have partnered with an industry leading company who are growing their HR Administration team. You will be joining a fast paced, diverse and inclusive business within a busy office.
This is a fantastic opportunity for someone who is looking at developing their HR career. The company are happy to provide CIPD training for the right applicant. You will provide appropriate and timely advice and administrative support within the team.
Your key purpose will be to provide proactive, professional, appropriate and timely advice and administrative support within a team responsible for delivery of a high-quality HR transactional, administrative and process activities for the employment of hourly paid staff.
The role will include:
- Issue contracts, contract variations and terminations.
- Update data for temporary staff to ensure accurate payroll
- Provide first line advice on right to work matters
- Monthly audit reporting
- Deal with telephone, email queries from hourly-paid staff.
- Provide mutual support to other departmental teams
- Excellent time management skills and keen attention to detail
- A true passion for HR and all things people related
- Ability to use your own initiative when providing advice to managers
- Be able to identify when to seek advice from more senior colleagues
- Some previous experience in a HR role.
- Working with complex, transactional administration environment
- Experience of dealing with high volume data input
- Experience of working in admin whilst navigating complexities such as regulations and red tape