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HR Manager - Fulfillment Centre (CFC), Operations - Kent - Juice Resource Solutions Limited
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • £60,000 Per Annum
  • Kent
HR, Human Resource, CIPD, Fulfillment, Operations, CFCHR ManagerPermanentGBP 60,000 + company benefitsKentA well established and pioneering company, recently voted best in it's sector is now looking for a HR Manager to come on board and set up and lead the provision of a complete HR generalist service.This is a fantastic opportunity to work for a household name, with over 2000 employees, translating business initiatives and goals into robust HR strategic plans to enable business delivery.You will be given the responsibility of setting up a team of on-site HR professionals to implement HR policies, procedures and best practices. You will develop and deliver internal training as well as being heavily involved in recruitment and on-boarding, communication, engagement, retention, performance and attendance. You will be expected to provide expertise and advice on topics such as family friendly policies, diversity awareness, and also promote equality and diversity.You will interpret and advise on relevant current employment legislation and advise on risk and mitigation regarding employment law and in conjunction with the Health and Safety stream and Line Management, ensure that there are safe working systems, procedures and policies in place and apply them to your team accordingly.Experience needed:. Experience of leading HR within an operational environment. Strong leadership, relationship management and people management skills. Ability to interpret numerical data. Confident decision maker. Proven ability to prioritise, meet deadlines and make best use of limited resources. Effective networking, mediation and negotiation skills. Experience of conflict resolution. PC Literate: at least intermediate level MS Office and knowledge of HR databases and systems. Flexible approach to working hours to support 24/7 business operation and to be able to travel as required. CIPD qualified (or relevant equivalent professional/vocational qualifications)Due to the volume of applications, we regret that we can only respond to those meeting our above requirements.
HR Business Partner//Lifesciences//Northern Home - Hertfordshire - Annapurna HR
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • £50,000 to £55,000 Per Annum
  • Hertfordshire
Success in this role means that you will have all the knowledge, skills and abilities of a senior HR generalist and are able to partner with your client group, senior leaders and HR to collaboratively create and implement integrated employment life cycle strategies that best support the overall company strategy. You will need to be able to multi-task and work both in a reactive and proactive manner in a way that is discreet and sensitive to achieve your goals and fulfil your role as outlined below.You may have a specialist focus and work within this area but will be expected to increasingly working across all aspects of the employment life cycle.You must be a Chartered Member of the CIPD and with equivalent working experience within Human Resources.Ideally you will have worked in Pharma/Biotech or similar sector.You have the ability and are able to provide evidence that you can consistently and sustainably:Create an HR business plan for client group based on needs whilst maintaining consistency in approach with wider HR strategy, processes and procedures. This should ensure robust talent and succession plans that are integrated with development and resourcing plans so that the client group has the right skills, behaviours and talent for now and the future.Ensure client group understands and is compliant with HR processes and procedures and manage appropriately if this falls below expectationsChallenge the status quo within client group as well as the wider business and identify new ideas for exploration and implementationUtilise root cause analysis when problem solving with the ability to articulate the potential risks and implications whilst diligently working to resolve them with support of HR colleagues and business leadersDemonstrate and maintain latest knowledge in HR practices and future trends (general and area of expertise) to challenge current practices and make recommendations for improvements. Achieve goals against targets and supports others in team to achieve HR KPIsIndependently and collaboratively work on HR projects with strategic impact with oversight from senior leaders. Support senior leaders in optimising and managing HR policies and processes and ensure consistency in HR team's approachProvide concise, well-constructed and informative verbal and written reports using data and analytics, where requiredPlay a leading role as a member of HR and make suggestions and recommendations with strategic impact in team and cross-divisional meetings If your skills and experience fit the description please send your CV to Charlotte (see below)
Human Resources Assistant - Stowmarket -
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • Competitive
  • Stowmarket
A small to medium sized plant, forms a part of a large global organization, is recruiting for a HR Assistant to join their busy team. Duties overview HR - Providing administrative support for the recruitment lifecycle - Coordinating the new hire process and preparing the relevant HR paperwork for the on-boarding and off-boarding processes and for any employee changes (incl. probations, promotions, salary reviews etc.) - Liaising with payroll and managing the benefits and entitlements processes, such as leave requests - Conducting reference checks and feeding these back to managers - Supporting the HR Manager and SR HR Generalist in ad hoc demands and contributing towards HR projects as required - Collecting, checking off and filing performance appraisals and other yearly compliance paperwork - Managing and monitoring sickness absence for the plant - Ensuring accuracy of people data in all HR information systems - Maintaining and developing the employee filing system (electronic & paper), including training records - Responsible for document workflow and work procedures and conducting appropriate checks to ensure data integrity - Assisting with exit interviews - Taking notes during hearings and audiotyping - Maintaining the HR pages on the company Intranet - Managing Employee Healthcare Scheme and Occupational Health Visits - Performing customer service functions by answering employee requests & questions Other Administrative Support: - Receptionist for all internal and external visitors - Coordinating Travel requests and office lunches as and when required - Maintaining company organizational charts - Managing post and company notice boards - Coordinating service anniversary gifts, staff announcements and condolence flowers - Department timekeeper, managing HR calendars - Scheduling special events i.e. external meetings, Christmas parties etc. - Performing other related duties as business dictates Requirements - Right to live and work in UK - Minimum 1 year experience at similar role within HR is desirable or administrative, clerical or secretarial experience - GCSE level qualification or equivalent, ideally grades A-C - Excellent attention to detail and organisational skills - Excellent communication skills in English language (written & verbal) - Ability to work autonomously and as a part of a team - Solid IT skills (Microsoft Office: Word, Excel PowerPoint & Outlook) Knowledge of SAP will be an advantage - Self - starter and process-oriented approach to the job and a 'can-do' attitude is essential - Experience in working with confidential information is highly desirable - Understanding of basic employment law relating to recruitment, disciplinaries, grievances, absence and performance management will be an advantage - Ability to work in fast-paced environment - Exposure to working in a manufacturing or industrial environment is highly desirable
German-speaking HR Specialist (Maternity Cover) - North Lanarkshire -
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • Competitive
  • North Lanarkshire
Job Description:Key Responsibilities Deliver first line support for all Payroll and HR queries across the spectrum of the employee lifecycle from new hires to employees leaving the business - including: * All employee related administration for HR processes * First line support for all HR system queries * Delivery of service in line with Service Level Agreements * Maintain information, resources, manuals and policies for assigned countries * Deliver HR support in line with local employment legislation * Ensure administrative compliance with local regulations and authorities * Support local HR Generalist group with ad-hoc requests * Benefits enrolment, initiate payments and processing e.g. Company Cars and Pension * Payroll data collection, validation, submission and subsequent checking (The payroll delivery model can range from in-house, local, responsibility to an outsourced managed service operated by a local payroll vendor) * Prepare and distribute payroll reports to internal and external customers * Prepare all tax year end reports in accordance with country legislation * Provide first line support for all payroll and tax relates queries * Working within defined processes ensure all payments are successfully managed in a timely way (employee, third party and statutory) * Support Finance with payroll enquiries related to general ledger payroll costs * Vendor invoice review, validation and approval * Company Car/Fleet administration covering new starters, leavers and renewals * Production of HR management information as required * Participate in business/ functional projects as required * Responsible for the accurate filing and storing of employee data according to the respective data protection requirements Minimum Requirements/Qualifications * Prior experience working in a HR shared service centre * Previous experience in Benefits, Payroll, general HR or customer services preferred * Ability to interpret and communicate HR policies and procedures * Ability to communicate and deliver excellent customer care via telephone and email is essential * Process improvement skills (desirable but not essential) * Service-oriented attitude and willingness to learn * Possess good listening skills and patience to work with all types of employees * Ability to maintain a positive attitude * Individual should have high energy with the ability to organise/prioritise workload * Excellent interpersonal skills needed with the ability to communicate well in a diverse work environment * Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite including Word, Outlook, Excel, and PowerPoint experience using a HRIS data base and reporting application * English and German language skills are required for this role, further European languages are desirable Travel Occasional travel required
CIPD Qualified Human Resources Trainer - Evening - City Of Westminster -
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • Competitive
  • City of Westminster
Deliver evening classes in HR from 5.30pm - 9.30pm on Thursday evenings for an excellent hourly rate. Are you CIPD qualified and work in HR? Would you like to give something back in your profession? Student numbers enrolling for HR qualifications this Spring are up! Consequently, a rare and extremely rewarding opportunity has arisen for a CIPD qualified HR professional to join this buzzing team of HR trainers to deliver evening classes in Human Resource Management (level 5) at Westminster Kingsway College, London, Victoria SW1. Classes run from 5.30pm - 9.30pm on Thursday evenings commencing January 2018 for 36 weeks excluding public and college holidays. They provide all materials, full support from an FCIPD qualified and commercially experienced Lead Tutor as well as an excellent hourly rate (£50 per hour). Topics are HR generalist. Get the Recruitment Genius Advantage today. As the UK's largest online recruitment advertising company placing more candidates than anyone else.
EMEA HR Process Lead - London - Amoria Bond Ltd
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • Competitive
  • London
EMEA HR Process LeadKey Skills - HR Generalist, HR Process knowledge, SAP, SuccessFactorsWe are looking for an experienced HR Process Lead to work on an initial 6 month contract, with a multinational organisation, based in West London. This role is offering a fantastic opportunity to implement a global HR system (SAP & SuccessFactors) and associated HR processes. The immediate role will involve taking the global HR template and provide a clear operational view, as well as analysing processes across 30 EMEA countries to ensure they can align with the global template. The Ideal EMEA HR Process Lead will have extensive experience in:* Discussing HR processes, requirements and solutions at both a strategic and detailed level with leadership, managerial and operational people. * Able to take high level globally defined HR administrative processes (and, ideally, more strategic HR processes) and inflate and develop them to provide a clearer operational view. * Leading multi-country workshops to capture localisation requirements arising from globally defined HR processes, harmonise requirements and build consensus among stakeholders.* Producing high quality process maps and supporting materials and tools.* Working with senior stakeholders across multiple countries* Able to identify what is required to deliver a full end-to-end business solution - not just an IT system - and capable of applying best practice to develop these deliverables. * Able to lead and provide direction to a small team of HR SMEs. * HR Administration System functionality, ideally SuccessFactors. * Generic payroll and Time & Attendance (T&A) processes.The successful EMEA HR Process Lead will have a proven track record of delivering HR projects within global, multi-cultural businesses, as well as strong stakeholder skills with good attention to detail. The right HR Process Lead will be proficient in time and project management, dealing with a number of tasks concurrently with the ability to prioritise.Key Skills - HR Generalist, HR Process knowledge, SAP, SuccessFactorsAny interested candidates should forward an up to date CV to (see below) for immediate interview. Amoria Bond operates as an employment agency and employment business. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate on the grounds of age, and we confirm that we are happy to accept applications from persons of any age for this role.
HR Advisor - Part Time - Marketing and Advertising - London - McGregor Boyall
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • £25,000 to £30,000 Per Annum
  • London
A Marketing and Advertising agency are looking for an HR Advisor to come and join them part time (2-3 days a week) on permanent basis. The successful candidate will act as the first point of contact for employee enquiries. You will deal with matters of employee relations to a best practice standard. You will be the line management of the HR Systems Expert.Experience required:Privious experience as a HR GeneralistCIPD qualification is highly advantageousSolid understanding of UK employment lawProven knowledge of HR policies, systems (preferably Cascade), procedures and guidelinesStrong working knowledge of current employment legislationBe well organised with the ability to plan, prioritise and manage high volume of case workMcGregor Boyall is an equal opportunity employer and do not discriminate based on race, religion, gender, age, sexuality, gender identification, or physical ability.
HR Manager Northern Europe - Amersfoor area - Amersfoort -
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • Competitive
  • Amersfoort
Our client, an industrial company specialized in temperature control systems, is looking for an HR Manager for Northern Europe. In this role you work autonomously and have diverse responsibilities. Taking care of all local HR issues and implementing strategies for the European region are part of your tasks. Although you will work in the Amersfoort area, you will report directly to the HR Director located in France. Responsibilities/Tasks The HR Manager for Northern Europe works autonomously in the Netherlands, without a local HR-team. The role therefore requires someone to have broad knowledge of HR related topics, a real HR generalist role. Responsible for HR issues, such as Compensation & Benefits, Training & Development, Staffing, and HR administration including head count reporting, vacation and absenteeism; Coordinate and organize HR solutions and programs according to HR strategies; Planning of HR initiatives; Contact with recruitment agencies, pre-selection of candidates and making interviews arrangements; Take care of compensation and benefits programs (Company cars, pension, medical coverage etc.) and provide information to employees; Propose/build local training offers depending business and employee needs; Support payroll administration tasks and liaise with payroll companies or lawyers when necessary. Payrolls in all countries are outsourced, but information is under control of the HR Manager; Legal aspects are also outsourced, the HR Manager being the coordinator of actions with lawyers and legal consultants; The local HR Manager is a member of the Local Management Team; HR Manager is responsible for all local HR issues and implementation of strategies decided at a European level and at local level; Number of employees to be managed by the HR Manager: The Netherlands: 50 Germany: 30 Belgium: 7 UK: 7 Requirements 5-7 years of experience in a similar role and within an international environment, Degree in Human Resources, Fluency in English and Dutch are a must. German would be a plus, Knowledge of HR techniques, international legislation of labor law (UK, Germany, Belgium). Good capacity to work autonomously and remotely Capacity to impose oneself, especially with senior management Ability to convince/influence Good coordination Strategy management Capacity to anticipate and to propose initiatives Technical HR skills This is a full-time position (40 hours / 5 days per week).
HR Advisor/Analyst - Darlington - Computer Futures - London & S.E(Permanent and Contract)
  • Accounts & Payroll Clerk
  • £16 to £18 Per Hour
  • Darlington
I am currently recruiting for HR Analysts to join my client who are based in DarlingtonActing as a HR Business Partner supporting core HR generalist processes throughout the employment life cycle including: Recruitment - support on recruitment initiatives from the vacancy being identified to the role being successfully filled.Absence management - working with Occupational Health and other key stakeholders on case managementDisciplinary, investigation and grievance issues - ability to deal with complex employee issues and step in to support a process at any stage.Skills; Good level of education, Degree qualified - essentialGrad Membership of CIPD - preferableExperience of working in a unionised, manufacturing environment- preferableExperience of working within a Matrix management organisation - preferable Contract - 3 months Rate - £16-18 per hourLocation - DarlingtonIf this sounds of interest then please apply with your latest CV for consderation.SThree are committed to ensuring equal opportunities, fairness of treatment, dignity, work-life balance and the elimination of all forms of discrimination in the workplace for all staff and job applicants. We welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons, regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age.
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