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HR Generalist

Goodman Masson

London
2 days ago
London
£45k - £50k
2 days ago
£45k - £50k

A change focused consultancy currently requires a HR Generalist to join them on an initial 3 month contract basis. Based in central London but currently working from. They are looking for a HR generalist to join their HR team to help with the increase in work due to upcoming projects.


  • You will support the Lead HR Partner in understanding the needs of the business and help deliver a high-quality experience for colleagues
  • You will manage employee relations cases, aside from those of a more complex nature. This will include those related to disciplinary, grievance and capability (performance & sickness)
  • You will have oversight of the overall recruitment & selection process, ensuring that the business is able to recruit the best new colleagues. This will include managing the onboarding process
  • You will support work to improve the overall colleague experience in all areas
  • You will provide support to the Associate HR Partners for the administration of all of our HR systems
  • You will provide oversight on overall colleague administration including; recruitment, contracts of employment, changes to contracts and L & D activities
  • You will support the production of data and analysis to support performance management of the colleague experience
  • You will positively support activities that help promote our new culture and behaviours
  • Requirements

  • Previous experience as a HR Generalist. Emplyee relations experience is of particular interest.
  • Ability to build relationships with the business
  • Excellent knowledge of employment law and best practice in employee relations
  • Experience of managing employee relations cases including disciplinary and grievances
  • Strong knowledge of best practice in recruitment and selection
  • High levels of attention to detail
  • Excellent problem-solving skills
  • Approachable, friendly and with a commitment to delivering a high-quality experience for colleagues
  • Flexible and works collaboratively
  • Willing to embrace change
  • Qualifications and other requirements

  • Degree or appropriate professional qualification (e.g. CIPD level 5)
  • Benefits

    £25p.h. + £3 holiday pay

    3 month contract

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Onsite Recruiter

Amazon UK

Hemel Hempstead, HC
2 days ago
Hemel Hempstead, HC
2 days ago
Onsite Recruiter 

Onsite Recruiter 


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*Travel Required
At Amazon we believe that every day is still day one.
A day to take a first step. A day to look forwards to new challenges. And today is that day for you. It's your day to be part of something great. A day to make your ideas come to life. And your day to join a company that redefines itself every day. That's the energy and passion behind Amazon. At Amazon, we're working to be the most customer-centric company on earth. To get there, we need exceptionally talented, bright and driven people. Amazon is one of the most recognizable brand names in the world and we distribute millions of products each year to our loyal customers.
At Amazon, we all operate according to a core set of Leadership Principles, which you’ll need to embrace. Hire and Develop the Best is crucial among them: it means that we strive to raise the performance bar with every hire and promotion. We’re confident that this outlines our commitment to protecting and developing the organisational culture we’ve worked so hard to build.
As an Onsite Recruiter within Workforce Staffing, you’ll support the hiring of permanent and/or temporary hourly paid associates either directly or in partnership with our staffing agencies. You’ll be based in our Hemel Hempstead fulfilment centre and will conduct a variety of daily recruitment activities which could include inputting into planning, facilitating hiring or induction events, reporting on metrics etc.
Onsite Recruiter Responsibilities:
  • Execute an effective hiring process and uphold a great candidate experience across all stages.
  • Support the Recruitment Manager with evaluating labour supply, highlighting any concerns in a timely manner.
  • Collaborate with Amazon operations and other support functions as required.
  • Acts as a site level Subject Matter Expert for workforce staffing, responding quickly and accurately to questions from stakeholders and escalating as appropriate.
  • Track, record and monitor key metrics relating to site level staffing and Amazon’s contingent workforce.
  • Investigate discrepancies in data & metrics through root-cause analysis of unfavourable trends, providing solutions.
  • Participate in reviews of current process, develop suggestions for improvements and contribute to process improvement initiatives performing project tasks as directed.
  • Identify, discuss and bring forward issues or ideas to more senior team members, suggesting solutions.
  • Facilitate or support onsite recruitment events for Amazon hired associates.
  • Establish and maintain working level agency relationships required for the site.
  • Co-ordinate regular meetings between staffing agencies and Amazon to drive best practice across the site and hiring process.
  • Deputise for the Recruitment Manager when required.

Onsite Recruiter basic Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree.
  • Hands on experience delivering high volume recruitment in a fast paced environment as part of an agency or in house team.
  • Competent user of MS Office Suite.
  • Excellent communication skills with different parties along with the ability to mediate between large groups of suppliers.
  • Ability to produce reports from large amounts of people centric data, including the sharing of analysis/trends identified.
  • Flexibility in working hours to meet business need.

Onsite Recruiter preferred Qualifications:

  • Understanding of temporary workforce recruitment processes.
  • Experience working in warehousing, industrial, logistics, FMCG, retail or other similar sectors.
  • CIPD qualified.
  • Knowledge of employment law and HR / Payroll practices would be advantageous.

About our Rewards:
We’ll expect you to go the extra mile, but we’ll also make sure you’re well rewarded. As well as a competitive salary, stock units and site performance-related pay potential, we offer a whole host of other benefits, including an employee discount. Additionally, you will find yourself in a stimulating environment where you can develop processes as well as yourself as an individual by working with some of the best and brightest minds in the industry. Our rapidly growing organisation also offers many opportunities for building a diverse and rewarding career.
To apply for this position, please click on the apply button!
Amazon is an equal opportunities employer. We believe passionately that employing a diverse workforce is central to our success. We make recruiting decisions based on your experience and skills. We value your passion to discover, invent, simplify and build. Amazon takes data protection seriously and respects EU and local data protection laws. Unless you express otherwise, by submitting your CV you authorize the hiring Amazon company to store your personal information in the electronic database maintained by Amazon Corporate LLC. in the USA or one of its affiliates for the purpose of assessing your suitability for this and future job vacancies and to pursue your recruiting process. If at any time you want your personal data to be deleted, you simply need to notify the hiring Amazon company. Amazon will not share your personal information with any third party without your prior consent. As part of your interview process with Amazon you may be asked to authorize the hiring Amazon company to separately verify your application data and personal background through a third party service provider.
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Specialist Recruiting & Employer Branding (f/m/d) – London, Amsterdam or Cologne

DeepL GmbH

London, London
9 days ago
London, London
9 days ago

is Germany's best-known AI company. We develop neural networks to help people work with language. With DeepL Translator, we have created the world's best machine translation system and made it available free of charge to everyone online. Over the next few years, we aim to make DeepL the world's leading language technology company.

 

Our goal is to overcome language barriers and bring cultures closer together.
Therefore we need your support as

Specialist Recruiting & Employer Branding

What distinguishes us from other companies?

DeepL (formerly Linguee) was founded by developers and researchers. We focus on the development of new, exciting products, which is why we spend a lot of time actively researching the latest topics. We understand the challenges of developing new products and try to meet them in an agile and dynamic way of working. Our work culture is very open because we want our employees to feel comfortable. In our daily work we use modern technologies - not only to translate texts, but also to create the world's best dictionaries, and solve other language problems.

When we tell people about DeepL as an employer, reactions are overwhelmingly positive. Maybe it's because they have enjoyed our services, or maybe they just want to get on board with our quest to break down language barriers and facilitate communication.

 

What will you be doing at DeepL?

DeepL is seeking a creative, analytical, collaborative recruiting professional to join our fast-growing team. As a Recruiting and Employer Brand Specialist, you will support the recruiting function to bring new colleagues on board to help realize big ambitious goals together. You will join a small but efficient and very well-organized People & Culture team that is looking forward to becoming even more powerful together with you.

Your responsibilities

  • Manage the entire recruiting process for Commercial roles (focus on Sales and Marketing), in close cooperation with the hiring managers and your colleagues from the Recruiting team
  • Own applicant management and expand our internal talent pool
  • Analyse and recommend new recruiting and employer branding channels to maximize candidate pipeline for Commercial positions
  • Develop a deep understanding of ideal Sales and Marketing profiles to accelerate hiring processes through quick decision making
  • Craft and implement new, creative recruiting and employer branding campaigns in partnership with Recruiting, People, and Marketing teams 
  • Optimize recruiting efforts through data-driven analysis of our recruiting processes, measures, and sources 


What we offer

  • Meaningful work: We break down all language barriers and bring different cultures closer together
  • A friendly, international, and highly committed team with a lot of trust with efficient decision-making processes
  • The chance to work on a product that is already used by over 100 million people
  • Regular team events
  • Lots of flexibility and a commitment to a conducive in-office or remote-work office set-up
  • The opportunity to help build up our London based team


About you

  • Several years of experience in the areas of Commercial recruiting and employer branding
  • Experience with proactive sourcing techniques and tools
  • Deep understanding of the UK and European hiring markets
  • An independent and autonomous way of working
  • An analytical mindset combined with a structured and creative way of working
  • An open-minded personality with a hands-on mentality to help shape new processes in a start-up environment
  • Strong communication skills and assertiveness
  • Degree in human resources, marketing, or a similar field

 

We are looking forward to your application!

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HR Generalist

MICROTECH GLOBAL LTD

London, London
2 days ago
London, London
2 days ago

JOB AD:

ROLE:                    HR Generalist

LOCATION:          Amsterdam, Netherlands

SALARY:                Negotiable

DURATION:         4-6 months

 

We are looking for an enthusiastic and experienced HR generalist to support my clients Employee Relations team for a period of 4-6 months.  You'll be the first point of contact for the Netherlands and you'll partner effectively with the HR business partners, line managers, HR Service Desk and various other teams within the HR organization. Their aim is to create a personalized and positive employee experience and support their employees when needed. They ensure that every employee is treated fairly and with respect and typically get involved in matters as below:

                Long-term illness support

                Organizational adjustments

                Encouraging work-life balance

                Conflict and Mediation guidance

                (under) performance issues (Performance Improvement Plans)

                Grievances and Disciplinaries

                Off-boarding conversations

 

This might be a great job for you if:

 

                You have a passion for HR, and you are experienced in change management and project management;

                You have extensive knowledge of Dutch labour law;

                You have at least 3-5 years' experience in a similar role,

                You have extremely strong interpersonal and communication skills,

                You can objectively support employees and management through complex, difficult, and emotional issues,

                You love working in a dynamic international environment,

                You are fluent in Dutch and English. Polish, German, French or Spanish are a plus,

                You can operate, drive results and set priorities autonomously,

                You are a self-starter who can work independently in the Netherlands as HR representative, but also enjoy contributing on team-level with your direct colleagues spread over the globe,

 

Please get in touch. See my details below:

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Medical HR Officer

National Health Service

Kemp House, London
5 days ago
Kemp House, London
£26.365k - £28.988k Per Year
5 days ago
£26.365k - £28.988k Per Year

Job Reference: 273-DS-1088

Employer:
Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Department:
Medical HR Officer
Location:
Kemp House, London
Salary:
£26,365 - £28,988 per annum inc HCAS

Exceptional new opportunities at Moorfields

Founded in 1804, Moorfields Eye Hospital is a world-class centre of excellence for eye health services, ophthalmic research and education. We are true pioneers in the fight to cure blindness. Every year we treat more than 750,000 patients at City Road in central London and at 30 satellites, and, in partnership with the UCL Institute of Ophthalmology, we lead one of the most impactful ophthalmic research programmes in the world. We train many of the leading eye care clinicians in the UK and internationally, and have a global reputation for quality and professionalism in ophthalmic care. In addition, Moorfields operates two commercial businesses whose profits support our NHS work: Moorfields Private and Moorfields UAE.

The Moorfields Way is to be caring, organised, excellent and inclusive, and we expect all applicants for our posts to commit to upholding these values.


Moorfields Eye Hospital invites applications for the above post based at City Road in London. The post is available for immediate start on a full time basis. The post-holder will be responsible for providing comprehensive and efficient administrative support in respect of all medical HR issues, including revalidation and Clinical Excellence Awards.

Medical HR is situated within the Workforce Directorate and the successful applicant will work alongside other HR administrators and will report directly to the Medical HR Advisor.

The successful applicant will ideally have experience in HR/Medical HR in the NHS or comparable experience and will have completed a CIPD qualification or gained equivalent experience.

A full job description and person specification is available to download on the right hand panel of this advert.

For further details / informal visits contact:

NameAmani BilalJob titleMedical HR AdvisorEmail addressamani.bilal1@nhs.netTelephone number07545656414


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HR Officer, Business Partnering

Commonwealth Secretariat

Central London / West End, London
21 days ago
Central London / West End, London
21 days ago

You are applying for: HR Officer, Business Partnering.

Please note that you will need to be a Commonwealth citizen in order to apply for this role.

Once you have started your application you can return to it at any time via the Commonwealth jobs page.

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HR Advisor

Page Personnel United Kingdom

Hatfield, HC
7 days ago
Hatfield, HC
7 days ago
  • Act as first line advisor to managers and colleagues on a wide range of operational people issues
  • Case management including providing advice, guidance and support on performance management, disciplinaries, absence management etc.
  • Carry out monthly review of absence data
  • Liaise with occupational health providers
  • Work closely with the HR Business Partners
  • Review and update policies and procedures
  • Produce ad hoc reports as and when required
  • Help to review and streamline processes

  • Ideally CIPD qualified or working towards qualification
  • Minimum of 3 years' experience in Advisory role with a focus on employee relations
  • Up to date knowledge of UK Employment Law
  • Excellent communication and relationship building skills
  • Digitally savvy and computer literate
  • Collaborative
  • Live locally to Hatfield

A competitive salary (negotiable dependent on experience) as well as excellent company benefits

This is a brilliant opportunity to join an established Manufacturing and Production organisation in Hatfield as a full time, permanent HR Advisor. They are currently looking for an experienced HR Advisor with a solid generalist background within HR.

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HR Advisor - Romford

The Resolute Group

Romford, London
3 days ago
Romford, London
£28k - £32k Per Year
3 days ago
£28k - £32k Per Year

HR Advisor - Romford
Working for an SME supporting the HR Manager with the day to day HR duties.
Location: Romford
Salary: £28,000 - £32,000 basic
Role:
Supporting the HR Manager for a 50+ employee SME that is performing very well and seen constant growth over the last 2 years. They need's an experienced HR advisor that can handle the day to day employee relations from reviews, development plans and disciplines.
The HR Manager is only in the office 2 days a week so you will be the face of HR, building repour with the team and working closely with the Directors. As the business grows this role will develop in to a full time manager but for now its very much a hands on position.
Understanding what its like to be in a small to medium sized company is key as there isn't the large support team there for you. Working on your own initiative and autonomy, supported by the HR Manager but in effect the day to day HR support for the business.
This role is ideal for someone with limited HR Advisor experience, recently CIPD level 5 and looking for more autonomy in a role. Open to any sector / industry as it is the legislation and exposure to HR activities that's the key factor for this position.
Required Experience:
  • Full time HR Advisor previous as a minimum
  • CIPD level 3 as a minimum ideally level 5
  • Full time office based in Romford, flexi time can be offered to work from home but this is as and when not as the normal working hours.

To Apply:
You must be living and authorised to work in the UK to apply for this position.
Please apply via this link and if you have any questions please call Phil at The Resolute Group

or call 01332 345566
All applications are kept confidential and will not be used without your permission

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HR Manager (6 month FTC)

Sodexo

London
1 day ago
London
1 day ago

We are on the lookout for a HR Manager for a large-scale transformation project.  This role is based at one of our most renowned, prestigious city-based sites. 

This unique role reports into the HRBP and partners on the delivery of large-scale transformation of our services and a TUPE transfer of people and services into the site.

You will be partnering with the HR Business Partner and various leaders to drive and deliver HR solutions. which maximise people performance, strategy and workforce planning and significantly contributes towards improved business performance

Your blend of skills will include stakeholder collaboration, strong coaching, and facilitation skills, delivering HR solutions and contribute to success and growth. This varied role will see you working in a dynamic, agile, and fast paced environment. 

What’s in it for you?

  • A well renowned, prestigious central site
  • Exceptional, fulfilling, varied role
  • Major transformation project
  • Competitive salary – up to £45k + flexible benefits
  • Career enhancing 6-month project
  • Agile and dynamic environment

 

 

We are on the lookout for a HR Manager for a large-scale transformation project.  This role is based at one of our most renowned, prestigious city-based sites. 

This unique role reports into the HRBP and partners on the delivery of large-scale transformation of our services and a TUPE transfer of people and services into the site.

You will be partnering with the HR Business Partner and various leaders to drive and deliver HR solutions. which maximise people performance, strategy and workforce planning and significantly contributes towards improved business performance

Your blend of skills will include stakeholder collaboration, strong coaching, and facilitation skills, delivering HR solutions and contribute to success and growth. This varied role will see you working in a dynamic, agile, and fast paced environment. 

What’s in it for you?

  • A well renowned, prestigious central site
  • Exceptional, fulfilling, varied role
  • Major transformation project
  • Competitive salary – up to £45k + flexible benefits
  • Career enhancing 6-month project
  • Agile and dynamic environment

 

 

This role involves:

  • Mobilisation and transformation
  • HR Strategy
  • HR Planning & Business Development:
  • Employee Relations & Engagement:
  • Retention, Talent Management & Succession Planning
  • Performance Management
  • You will be responsible for overseeing a large-scale transformation project of our services a large site in central London & TUPE transfer of people and services into the site
  • Partner with the Contract Director and Transformation Manager, ensuring that the business fulfils its obligations in facilitating a robust and meaningful consultation process, and the project deliverables are achieved within the agreed timeframes.
  • Highly unionised environment, the successful candidate will require resilience and experience of working closely with Trade Unions on large and complex change management initiatives.
  • The successful candidate will have strong coaching and facilitation skills, providing guidance on policy and procedures to a management team that may be unfamiliar and inexperienced with the consultation process.
  • A strong team player, the postholder will work collaboratively with our central HR advisory team, People Centre, to ensure staff communications are accurate & timely, and the project is delivered in line with the client’s expectations.
  • CIPD qualified
  • Experience of working within a unionised environment
  • Experience is managing relationships with clients in our partner organisations
  • Advanced understanding and application of UK Employment Law
  • Previous experience of large-scale transformation and consultations
  • HR generalist experience and detailed understanding of all aspects of HR Management including resourcing, talent management/succession planning, change management and employee relations
  • Strong analytical skills, professional and commercial acumen, with strong senior level influencing and stakeholder management skills
  • Excellent interpersonal, influencing ,communications and presentation skills
  • Strong facilitation and coaching skills
  • Well organised, responsive, resilient and able to work under pressure
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HR Manager, Corporate and P&R (12 month FTC)

Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer

London
14 days ago
London
14 days ago
HR Manager, Corporate and P&R (12 month FTC)-(2100001Q)

Description

Freshfields Overview

Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer is a major international law firm, providing business law advice of the highest quality. We want to be the law firm that clients turn to for legal advice where it most matters, wherever in the world that may be. The Firm has over 2,400 lawyers in 28 offices around the world, providing a comprehensive service to national and multinational corporations, financial institutions and governments.

Our people make our firm - we are a people business and want to create a welcoming and supportive environment where all can flourish. We see diversity as a strength which creates fresh perspectives and generates new ideas. We enjoy our work and are determined to do an outstanding job. We deliver best when working in teams. Our culture is a product of the combined mindsets and behaviours of our people which is through the Being Freshfields principles, outlined below:

  • we show respect to everyone
  • we are there for one another
  • we are open with each other
  • we are positive role models

We think and work globally - we don’t just say we are one firm; we act like one firm right across the world. We work wherever our clients need us. This is how we define ourselves, not by reference to where we have offices. Cross-border work isn’t just what we do, it is what we excel at. We understand what it really takes to work across different legal systems and commercial environments and to bridge language and cultural gaps.

We aim to add value in everything we do - we are passionate about helping our clients succeed. We use our experience and creativity to help clients make judgements and achieve their goals. In everything we do, we seek to make a real difference to the communities in which we operate.

The Freshfields Global Centre provides both business and legal services to the firm. Our services are delivered in a way which supports the global nature of our firm and our clients, enables our fee earners to deliver exceptional service to our clients and to do that in a way which is efficient and effective.

Freshfields is committed to promoting equality and diversity and to developing a culture that values differences, recognising that employees from a variety of backgrounds make important and positive contributions to our business and how we service our clients.

Location Overview

Our London office is at the heart of our global network, in one of the most exciting world cities.

London is arguably the world’s greatest financial centre: all of the world’s leading financial institutions have a significant presence here. It’s home to the headquarters of more than 100 of Europe’s largest companies.

Our London team has a reputation that’s second to none. They’re the team the world’s leading businesses turn to for help with their most challenging problems. They work with colleagues around the world on complex, cross-border deals and disputes.

Whether you join as a lawyer, a recent graduate or in a business services role, London is a great place to work.

You will have the opportunity to work on challenging, engaging work that will give you the opportunity to make your mark and progress your career. We believe there is no better place to work.

Function Overview

HR creates value for the firm by attracting and developing the best talent, building a culture of high achievement and delivering excellent HR processes. Operating within a respected HR team, your role will be to provide advice and guidance on HR programmes, policies and practices, resolve queries and deliver first-class customer service to colleagues within the London office.

Qualifications

Role Purpose 

The purpose of this role is to provide the full range of HR Generalist support from an operational and strategic perspective to aligned groups. This will include providing guidance on HR policies and practices, HR initiatives, resolving queries and issues and delivering a first class service to our people. You will be working closely with partners and people managers, acting as a trusted advisor to ensure that the people agenda is reflected in all business decisions. You will also work closely with colleagues in the wider HR team.

All advice and support will require the firm’s core values and its commitment to diversity to be at its heart. 

Key Responsibilities and Deliverables

HR management:

  • Collaborate with the partners in aligned practice groups to understand the key business objectives in order to define, create and deliver HR solutions;
  • Monitor business and people performance and make relevant recommendations;
  • Develop and sustain strong business relationships by giving professional advice and becoming a trusted advisor;
  • Provide expertise and advice on HR related issues.

Business improvement:

  • Work with the HR generalist team, partners and line managers, to implement business improvement, HR policies and processes;
  • Promote the HR Services model and encourage increased usage and efficient, effective ways of working.

Talent management and development:

  • Support the identification and development of key talent within designated groups to enable individuals to meet their potential and the departments to meet their business objectives;
  • Support the assessment of and collation of development requirements within designated groups;
  • Work with the Learning and Development team, in the design, co-ordination and facilitation of off-site and team development activities where appropriate;
  • Manage the secondment programme within the department and liaise with the Global mobility team to oversee all the relevant processes.

Engagement and communication:

  • Support and facilitate the employee engagement survey process;
  • Work with the Senior HR Manager (SHRM), partners and people managers to support communication and initiatives and processes to improve employee engagement;
  • Participate in designated groups management meetings as the HR professional and expert;
  • Facilitate effective communication and knowledge sharing between departments, the HR team and HR Services;
  • Deliver HR related elements of the induction programme to support the new joiner experience.

Performance and reward:

  • Advise and coach partners and line managers to build increased capability in good performance management;
  • Provide support and advice in relation to the decisions, maintaining objectivity and fairness;
  • Develop ways to support a continuous feedback, development and recognition culture within the designated groups;
  • Manage the appraisal, salary and bonus review process across designated groups, communicating with and co-ordinate all relevant parties;
  • As a key stakeholder, work with HR colleagues to ensure the accuracy of data and that appropriate plans are in place to ensure the successful and timely completion and the annual pay and bonus review process.

Employee relations:

  • Keep fully up to date with all developments in terms of employment legislation and employee relations issues and utilise this technical knowledge to provide advice and guidance to people managers;
  • Manage performance, grievance and disciplinary issues (including managed exits) within designated groups and support the SHRM in cases across designated groups;
  • Manage long term sickness for the designated groups, liaising with Occupational Health and support services where relevant and provide general support to people managers as required.

HR transactions:

  • Work with the SHRM and HR Services team to ensure smooth, accurate delivery of HR lifecycle transactions including on boarding, movers, leavers, maternity and other leave, flexible working requests etc.

Data and management reporting:

  • Create and utilise management reports to enable informed and appropriate business decisions to be made;
  • Use data to highlight potential areas of focus in support of the people agenda;
  • Drive and support activities to ensure data integrity. 

Key Requirements

  • Significant generalist HR experience;
  • CIPD qualification or equivalent;
  • Strong knowledge and experience of Employee Relations;
  • Current knowledge of employee legislation and best practice;
  • Experience of working in change intensive environments;
  • Good project management skills;
  • Previous experience working within a business facing HR Manager role is essential;
  • Ideally experience of working within a professional services organisation;
  • Proficient IT skills including experience of HR databases, Excel and SAP;
  • Proficient English language skills. 

Competencies

  • The ability to build strong working relationships and to be able to persuade and influence a range of people across levels, cultural and global boundaries.
  • Excellent planning ability.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills with the ability to listen, clarify and share information easily.
  • A diplomatic and adaptable working style, works collaboratively with colleagues and demonstrates an empathetic approach when dealing with others.
  • Dedicated to meeting and exceeding customer expectations with a commitment to the highest level of integrity.
  • Resilient and able to remain calm and positive under pressure and when dealing with ambiguity.
  • Is delivery focussed and drives forward quality of service.
  • Decisive and mature in judgement and able to resolve complex problems taking a proactive approach to analyse the issues and generate solutions. 

Inclusion

Freshfields is an equal opportunities employer and all applications received by the firm will be considered by the firm on the basis of their merit alone and we welcome applications from all suitably qualified individuals regardless of background. All offers of employment will be conditional on the candidate having/securing the right to work in the UK and providing the firm with evidence of that right (as required by the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006) prior to employment commencing. Please note that, in line with the requirements of the UK Border Agency, non-EEA candidates may not be appointed to a post if a suitably qualified, experienced and skilled EEA candidate can fill the position.

Freshfields is a Ban the Box employer. We ask applicants to disclose criminal convictions only when a conditional job offer is made. A conviction does not automatically lead to withdrawal of the offer: we make decisions on a case by case basis and take a number of factors into account (eg the role you are applying for and the circumstances of the offence). You would have the opportunity to discuss the matter with us before we make a decision.

Job

:Human Resources

Schedule

:Full-time

Shift

:Day Job

Employee Status

:Regular

Job Type

:Standard

Job Level

:Manager

Job Posting

:Feb 11, 2021, 11:15:52 AM

Salary

£45k - £50k

Job Type

Full Time

Posted

2 days ago

Description

A change focused consultancy currently requires a HR Generalist to join them on an initial 3 month contract basis. Based in central London but currently working from. They are looking for a HR generalist to join their HR team to help with the increase in work due to upcoming projects.


  • You will support the Lead HR Partner in understanding the needs of the business and help deliver a high-quality experience for colleagues
  • You will manage employee relations cases, aside from those of a more complex nature. This will include those related to disciplinary, grievance and capability (performance & sickness)
  • You will have oversight of the overall recruitment & selection process, ensuring that the business is able to recruit the best new colleagues. This will include managing the onboarding process
  • You will support work to improve the overall colleague experience in all areas
  • You will provide support to the Associate HR Partners for the administration of all of our HR systems
  • You will provide oversight on overall colleague administration including; recruitment, contracts of employment, changes to contracts and L & D activities
  • You will support the production of data and analysis to support performance management of the colleague experience
  • You will positively support activities that help promote our new culture and behaviours
  • Requirements

  • Previous experience as a HR Generalist. Emplyee relations experience is of particular interest.
  • Ability to build relationships with the business
  • Excellent knowledge of employment law and best practice in employee relations
  • Experience of managing employee relations cases including disciplinary and grievances
  • Strong knowledge of best practice in recruitment and selection
  • High levels of attention to detail
  • Excellent problem-solving skills
  • Approachable, friendly and with a commitment to delivering a high-quality experience for colleagues
  • Flexible and works collaboratively
  • Willing to embrace change
  • Qualifications and other requirements

  • Degree or appropriate professional qualification (e.g. CIPD level 5)
  • Benefits

    £25p.h. + £3 holiday pay

    3 month contract