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        • st. albans, east of england
        • permanent
        • £65,000 - £70,000 per year
        • full-time
        Digby Morgan are partnered with a brand-name retail business within the construction industry who are presently seeking their next Senior HR Manager / HR Director mainly based in their head office in St. Albans, with travel expected to different store locations. As a both strategic and operationally hands-on generalist HR leader you will have experience in:Leading a team of HR professionals in a Senior HR Manager or HR Director capacityPartnering with senior management at the board level as well as line management at all levels Working in a multi-site environment with 500+ employeesHands-on involvement in an acquisition from due diligence to integrationStrong relationship and data-driven approach to execute high-performance strategies across the business If you feel that you have the relevant expertise, please apply immediately!
        Digby Morgan are partnered with a brand-name retail business within the construction industry who are presently seeking their next Senior HR Manager / HR Director mainly based in their head office in St. Albans, with travel expected to different store locations. As a both strategic and operationally hands-on generalist HR leader you will have experience in:Leading a team of HR professionals in a Senior HR Manager or HR Director capacityPartnering with senior management at the board level as well as line management at all levels Working in a multi-site environment with 500+ employeesHands-on involvement in an acquisition from due diligence to integrationStrong relationship and data-driven approach to execute high-performance strategies across the business If you feel that you have the relevant expertise, please apply immediately!
        • liverpool, north west
        • contract
        • £38,890 - £44,503 per year
        • full-time
        A NHS body in Liverpool has an urgent requirement for a HR Manager to join the team for a period of 6 months, starting immediately.Reporting to the Director of HR and working in partnership with the wider HR management team, you will lead the operational delivery of HR business within a defined area in order to deliver strategic and corporate objectives. You will lead a comprehensive and professional expert HR advisory and resolution service that covers:* Performance Management* Recruitment and Resourcing* Employment Relations* Terms and Conditions of Service* Employment Law* Change ManagementThis is a broad and varied role that will require an accomplished HR generalist who can ensure the effective communication, implementation and delivery of HR strategy and policy. Your role will include responsibility for the interpretation of employment legislation, case law and best practice in order to advise colleagues on appropriate action relating to disciplinary, grievance, sickness and performance issues. The HR Manager will also support the wider team on all aspects of organisational change and service delivery including restructuring, redeployment, contract changes, retirement and redundancy.This is a true generalist role which includes additional responsibility for training design and delivery, workforce planning, recruitment, ER and transactional matters associated with starters and leavers.To be considered for the role you must have recent previous NHS experience and be CIPD qualified. Its essential that you can evidence previous experience of working in a Unionised environment, can deliver HR training to colleagues and have a comprehensive understanding of NHS HR Policies and Procedures. The role is initially to cover a period of 6 months and interested applicants should be available to start at short notice.Randstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
        A NHS body in Liverpool has an urgent requirement for a HR Manager to join the team for a period of 6 months, starting immediately.Reporting to the Director of HR and working in partnership with the wider HR management team, you will lead the operational delivery of HR business within a defined area in order to deliver strategic and corporate objectives. You will lead a comprehensive and professional expert HR advisory and resolution service that covers:* Performance Management* Recruitment and Resourcing* Employment Relations* Terms and Conditions of Service* Employment Law* Change ManagementThis is a broad and varied role that will require an accomplished HR generalist who can ensure the effective communication, implementation and delivery of HR strategy and policy. Your role will include responsibility for the interpretation of employment legislation, case law and best practice in order to advise colleagues on appropriate action relating to disciplinary, grievance, sickness and performance issues. The HR Manager will also support the wider team on all aspects of organisational change and service delivery including restructuring, redeployment, contract changes, retirement and redundancy.This is a true generalist role which includes additional responsibility for training design and delivery, workforce planning, recruitment, ER and transactional matters associated with starters and leavers.To be considered for the role you must have recent previous NHS experience and be CIPD qualified. Its essential that you can evidence previous experience of working in a Unionised environment, can deliver HR training to colleagues and have a comprehensive understanding of NHS HR Policies and Procedures. The role is initially to cover a period of 6 months and interested applicants should be available to start at short notice.Randstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
        • norwich, east of england
        • contract
        • £30,000 - £31,500 per year
        • full-time
        Our well-known Public Sector client are presently seeking a Senior HR Advisor to join them on an immediate 3-month fixed term contract based in their Norwich location. As the Senior HR Advisor you will be responsible for:Providing HR advice and support to all manager and employeesSupporting managers in interpreting and applying all HR policies and proceduresParticipate in employee relations meetings regarding probations, disciplinaries, grievances, etc.Advise managers on performance managementDesign and deliver induction, training sessions, and ad-hoc presentationsAdvise managers on available reward and recognition systems and how to apply themLead and support on ad-hoc HR projectsLiaise with Payroll as required Required experience:2-3 years of experience at the HR Advisor level in a generalist capacityDemonstrated experience advising and supporting managers on HR policies, procedures, and employment legislationStrong expertise utilising HR systems and maintaining confidential employee dataExperience supporting the development and delivery of a training programmeDirect or indirect team leadership within an HR teamPublic sector experience highly desirable If you feel you're suitable for this position please apply immediately!
        Our well-known Public Sector client are presently seeking a Senior HR Advisor to join them on an immediate 3-month fixed term contract based in their Norwich location. As the Senior HR Advisor you will be responsible for:Providing HR advice and support to all manager and employeesSupporting managers in interpreting and applying all HR policies and proceduresParticipate in employee relations meetings regarding probations, disciplinaries, grievances, etc.Advise managers on performance managementDesign and deliver induction, training sessions, and ad-hoc presentationsAdvise managers on available reward and recognition systems and how to apply themLead and support on ad-hoc HR projectsLiaise with Payroll as required Required experience:2-3 years of experience at the HR Advisor level in a generalist capacityDemonstrated experience advising and supporting managers on HR policies, procedures, and employment legislationStrong expertise utilising HR systems and maintaining confidential employee dataExperience supporting the development and delivery of a training programmeDirect or indirect team leadership within an HR teamPublic sector experience highly desirable If you feel you're suitable for this position please apply immediately!
        • solihull, west midlands
        • temporary
        • £12.00 - £13.85 per hour
        • part-time
        We are looking for an organised and efficient HR Officer to join one of the most successful health-care providers in the Midlands. As a HR Officer you will support with the full spectrum of day to day HR duties and queries to ensure the smooth running of the business and their staff. PurposeSupport the HR Consultant with general HR queries and advice to line managers, ensuring high levels of accuracy and confidentiality at all times.Provide HR support with employee relations, e.g. in disciplinary meetings, grievances, absence review meetings, etc.Support the HR Consultant with the delivery of coaching and development of line managers.Develop and maintain accurate statistical management informationResponsibilities Ensure the HR department provides an excellent service to the business.To support the HR Administrator with all administration, to ensure all HR processes are maintained efficiently and accurately.Conduct employee meetings where appropriate, e.g. exit interviews, new starter inductions.Support Payroll and the HR Administrator to resolve employee queries in a timely and efficient manner.Provide support in employee relations meetings, advising the line manager on process and taking notes.Provide accurate management information as requested - developing and maintaining various trackers and analysing results / providing report as requested.#Support the HR Consultant to ensure relevant policies are updated.Managing all the HR files in line with CQC and GDPR/legislative standards, updating compliance information, starters, leavers etc.Maintain all absence and sickness records, escalating individual cases to the HR Consultant when trigger points are hit.To be involved in ad hoc projects as and when required.Assist the HR Consultant in the implementation and maintenance of any agree changes to current practice.Undertake any other duties as requested commensurate with the role.Build relationships across the organisation with all level of staff.What you will needProven experience within a HR environmentA minimum of 3 years HR experience.A positive, friendly, flexible, and capable manner, able to build relationships quickly.Strong interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills.Excellent time management, organisational and computer skills including Word, Excel and PowerPoint.Great knowledge of HR legislation and practicesExperience working in the health-care sector (desirable)CIPD (desirable) & a degree within HR or similar field Other Part time 30 hours per week (flexibility either 4-5 days)After 12 weeks this role may go permanent depending on individual performance Based in Solihull but flexibility to commute between nearby (within 5 miles) locations is essential with an ability to drive to said locations would be advantageous Randstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
        We are looking for an organised and efficient HR Officer to join one of the most successful health-care providers in the Midlands. As a HR Officer you will support with the full spectrum of day to day HR duties and queries to ensure the smooth running of the business and their staff. PurposeSupport the HR Consultant with general HR queries and advice to line managers, ensuring high levels of accuracy and confidentiality at all times.Provide HR support with employee relations, e.g. in disciplinary meetings, grievances, absence review meetings, etc.Support the HR Consultant with the delivery of coaching and development of line managers.Develop and maintain accurate statistical management informationResponsibilities Ensure the HR department provides an excellent service to the business.To support the HR Administrator with all administration, to ensure all HR processes are maintained efficiently and accurately.Conduct employee meetings where appropriate, e.g. exit interviews, new starter inductions.Support Payroll and the HR Administrator to resolve employee queries in a timely and efficient manner.Provide support in employee relations meetings, advising the line manager on process and taking notes.Provide accurate management information as requested - developing and maintaining various trackers and analysing results / providing report as requested.#Support the HR Consultant to ensure relevant policies are updated.Managing all the HR files in line with CQC and GDPR/legislative standards, updating compliance information, starters, leavers etc.Maintain all absence and sickness records, escalating individual cases to the HR Consultant when trigger points are hit.To be involved in ad hoc projects as and when required.Assist the HR Consultant in the implementation and maintenance of any agree changes to current practice.Undertake any other duties as requested commensurate with the role.Build relationships across the organisation with all level of staff.What you will needProven experience within a HR environmentA minimum of 3 years HR experience.A positive, friendly, flexible, and capable manner, able to build relationships quickly.Strong interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills.Excellent time management, organisational and computer skills including Word, Excel and PowerPoint.Great knowledge of HR legislation and practicesExperience working in the health-care sector (desirable)CIPD (desirable) & a degree within HR or similar field Other Part time 30 hours per week (flexibility either 4-5 days)After 12 weeks this role may go permanent depending on individual performance Based in Solihull but flexibility to commute between nearby (within 5 miles) locations is essential with an ability to drive to said locations would be advantageous Randstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
        • solihull, west midlands
        • temporary
        • £19,000 - £21,000 per year
        • full-time
        We are looking for an organised and efficient HR Officer to join one of the most successful health-care providers in the Midlands. As a HR Officer you will support with the full spectrum of day to day HR duties and queries to ensure the smooth running of the business and their staff. PurposeSupport the HR Consultant with general HR queries and advice to line managers, ensuring high levels of accuracy and confidentiality at all times.Provide HR support with employee relations, e.g. in disciplinary meetings, grievances, absence review meetings, etc.Support the HR Consultant with the delivery of coaching and development of line managers.Develop and maintain accurate statistical management informationResponsibilities Ensure the HR department provides an excellent service to the business.To support the HR Administrator with all administration, to ensure all HR processes are maintained efficiently and accurately.Conduct employee meetings where appropriate, e.g. exit interviews, new starter inductions.Support Payroll and the HR Administrator to resolve employee queries in a timely and efficient manner.Provide support in employee relations meetings, advising the line manager on process and taking notes.Provide accurate management information as requested - developing and maintaining various trackers and analysing results / providing report as requested.#Support the HR Consultant to ensure relevant policies are updated.Managing all the HR files in line with CQC and GDPR/legislative standards, updating compliance information, starters, leavers etc.Maintain all absence and sickness records, escalating individual cases to the HR Consultant when trigger points are hit.To be involved in ad hoc projects as and when required.Assist the HR Consultant in the implementation and maintenance of any agree changes to current practice.Undertake any other duties as requested commensurate with the role.Build relationships across the organisation with all level of staff.What you will needProven experience within a HR environmentA minimum of 3 years HR experience.A positive, friendly, flexible, and capable manner, able to build relationships quickly.Strong interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills.Excellent time management, organisational and computer skills including Word, Excel and PowerPoint.Great knowledge of HR legislation and practicesExperience working in the health-care sector (desirable)CIPD (desirable) Other Part time 30 hours per week (flexibility either 4-5 days)After 12 weeks this role may go permanent depending on individual performance Based in Solihull but flexibility to commute between nearby (within 5 miles) locations is essential with an ability to drive to said locations would be advantageous Randstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
        We are looking for an organised and efficient HR Officer to join one of the most successful health-care providers in the Midlands. As a HR Officer you will support with the full spectrum of day to day HR duties and queries to ensure the smooth running of the business and their staff. PurposeSupport the HR Consultant with general HR queries and advice to line managers, ensuring high levels of accuracy and confidentiality at all times.Provide HR support with employee relations, e.g. in disciplinary meetings, grievances, absence review meetings, etc.Support the HR Consultant with the delivery of coaching and development of line managers.Develop and maintain accurate statistical management informationResponsibilities Ensure the HR department provides an excellent service to the business.To support the HR Administrator with all administration, to ensure all HR processes are maintained efficiently and accurately.Conduct employee meetings where appropriate, e.g. exit interviews, new starter inductions.Support Payroll and the HR Administrator to resolve employee queries in a timely and efficient manner.Provide support in employee relations meetings, advising the line manager on process and taking notes.Provide accurate management information as requested - developing and maintaining various trackers and analysing results / providing report as requested.#Support the HR Consultant to ensure relevant policies are updated.Managing all the HR files in line with CQC and GDPR/legislative standards, updating compliance information, starters, leavers etc.Maintain all absence and sickness records, escalating individual cases to the HR Consultant when trigger points are hit.To be involved in ad hoc projects as and when required.Assist the HR Consultant in the implementation and maintenance of any agree changes to current practice.Undertake any other duties as requested commensurate with the role.Build relationships across the organisation with all level of staff.What you will needProven experience within a HR environmentA minimum of 3 years HR experience.A positive, friendly, flexible, and capable manner, able to build relationships quickly.Strong interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills.Excellent time management, organisational and computer skills including Word, Excel and PowerPoint.Great knowledge of HR legislation and practicesExperience working in the health-care sector (desirable)CIPD (desirable) Other Part time 30 hours per week (flexibility either 4-5 days)After 12 weeks this role may go permanent depending on individual performance Based in Solihull but flexibility to commute between nearby (within 5 miles) locations is essential with an ability to drive to said locations would be advantageous Randstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
        • bedford, east of england
        • contract
        • £30,000 - £31,500 per year
        • full-time
        Our well-known Public Sector client are presently seeking a Senior HR Advisor to join them on an immediate 3-month fixed term contract based in their Bedford location. As the Senior HR Advisor you will be responsible for:Providing HR advice and support to all manager and employeesSupporting managers in interpreting and applying all HR policies and proceduresParticipate in employee relations meetings regarding probations, disciplinaries, grievances, etc.Advise managers on performance managementDesign and deliver induction, training sessions, and ad-hoc presentationsAdvise managers on available reward and recognition systems and how to apply themLead and support on ad-hoc HR projectsLiaise with Payroll as required Required experience:2-3 years of experience at the HR Advisor level in a generalist capacityDemonstrated experience advising and supporting managers on HR policies, procedures, and employment legislationStrong expertise utilising HR systems and maintaining confidential employee dataExperience supporting the development and delivery of a training programmeDirect or indirect team leadership within an HR teamPublic sector experience highly desirable
        Our well-known Public Sector client are presently seeking a Senior HR Advisor to join them on an immediate 3-month fixed term contract based in their Bedford location. As the Senior HR Advisor you will be responsible for:Providing HR advice and support to all manager and employeesSupporting managers in interpreting and applying all HR policies and proceduresParticipate in employee relations meetings regarding probations, disciplinaries, grievances, etc.Advise managers on performance managementDesign and deliver induction, training sessions, and ad-hoc presentationsAdvise managers on available reward and recognition systems and how to apply themLead and support on ad-hoc HR projectsLiaise with Payroll as required Required experience:2-3 years of experience at the HR Advisor level in a generalist capacityDemonstrated experience advising and supporting managers on HR policies, procedures, and employment legislationStrong expertise utilising HR systems and maintaining confidential employee dataExperience supporting the development and delivery of a training programmeDirect or indirect team leadership within an HR teamPublic sector experience highly desirable
        • watford, east of england
        • permanent
        • £25,000 - £32,000 per year
        • full-time
        We are partnered with a Construction business based in Watford who are presently seeking an HR Operations Supervisor to join them on a permanent basis. As the HR Operations Specialist you will be:Leading a team of 3 in a shared services environmentKey point of contact regarding HR policies, procedures, and employment legislationProcessing incoming and outgoing TUPE paperworkCompiling, maintaining, and processing all employee life-cycle paperworkReportingReviewing payrollAdministration and coordination of benefitsAd-hoc requests and projects as required Required ExperienceExperience working as an HR Adminstrator in a shared services environment supporting the full employee life-cycleDemonstrated experience inputting data and providing reportsExperience leading a team of 1 individual or moreConstruction experience highly desirable
        We are partnered with a Construction business based in Watford who are presently seeking an HR Operations Supervisor to join them on a permanent basis. As the HR Operations Specialist you will be:Leading a team of 3 in a shared services environmentKey point of contact regarding HR policies, procedures, and employment legislationProcessing incoming and outgoing TUPE paperworkCompiling, maintaining, and processing all employee life-cycle paperworkReportingReviewing payrollAdministration and coordination of benefitsAd-hoc requests and projects as required Required ExperienceExperience working as an HR Adminstrator in a shared services environment supporting the full employee life-cycleDemonstrated experience inputting data and providing reportsExperience leading a team of 1 individual or moreConstruction experience highly desirable
        • city of london, london
        • contract
        • £50,000 - £60,000 per year
        • full-time
        DigbyDigby Morgan are partnered with a prestigious global software firm who are presently seeking an HR Generalist focused on the UK and France to join on a 2-year contract (PAYEPAYE). This role has a strong potential to go permanent before the end of the contract. This is a hybrid role where your remit will be split 80/20, with 80% HR project work developing programmes for the wider employee population while utilising data insights and analyticsanalytics to do so, and 20% providing support across your geographical remit regarding day-to-day HR support and performance management. As an HR Generalist you will be responsible for:Enhancing existing, or designing and developing new HR programmes, benefits, and experiences for employee usageEvaluating and analysing data for the enhancement and development of initiatives and programmesFirst line support to employees and managers for any HR related inquiriesProviding advice and support to line managers regarding performance management and other ER queriesLeading and supporting HR Projects and collaborating with the wider People team Required Experience:5+ years in HR across a generalist capacityStrong employee relations experience particularly in regards to performance managementHR project experience having designed or supported the launch of employee programmes and end-to-end benefitsExceptional Excel skills - pivot tables, evaluating raw data, providing insightsExperience with Qlikview and Qlik Sense ideal but not mandatoryBusiness-level proficiency in French language highly desirable This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced generalist looking for an opportunity to take on exciting internal projects while supporting your employee population. If you feel you have the suitable expertise, apply immediately!
        DigbyDigby Morgan are partnered with a prestigious global software firm who are presently seeking an HR Generalist focused on the UK and France to join on a 2-year contract (PAYEPAYE). This role has a strong potential to go permanent before the end of the contract. This is a hybrid role where your remit will be split 80/20, with 80% HR project work developing programmes for the wider employee population while utilising data insights and analyticsanalytics to do so, and 20% providing support across your geographical remit regarding day-to-day HR support and performance management. As an HR Generalist you will be responsible for:Enhancing existing, or designing and developing new HR programmes, benefits, and experiences for employee usageEvaluating and analysing data for the enhancement and development of initiatives and programmesFirst line support to employees and managers for any HR related inquiriesProviding advice and support to line managers regarding performance management and other ER queriesLeading and supporting HR Projects and collaborating with the wider People team Required Experience:5+ years in HR across a generalist capacityStrong employee relations experience particularly in regards to performance managementHR project experience having designed or supported the launch of employee programmes and end-to-end benefitsExceptional Excel skills - pivot tables, evaluating raw data, providing insightsExperience with Qlikview and Qlik Sense ideal but not mandatoryBusiness-level proficiency in French language highly desirable This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced generalist looking for an opportunity to take on exciting internal projects while supporting your employee population. If you feel you have the suitable expertise, apply immediately!
        • doncaster, yorkshire and the humber
        • temporary
        • £9.00 - £10.00 per hour
        • full-time
        A not-for-profit organisation in the Doncaster area has an immediate need for a HR Administrator to join the team on a temporary basis for at least 2 months and possibly longer.The HR team is working from home for the foreseeable future and so this position is open to candidates across the UK. We are looking for someone with generalist HR experience who can support the L&D team to manage and maintain the learning provision across the organisation and the learning management system. You'll manage learning records and material, upload new information and coordinate the learning schedules. As part of your role you will also work closely with external training providers as well as support the wider HR team with a comprehensive HR administration service. Its a varied and interesting role in a high profile organisation that is currently undertaking multiple complex projects that you will support.We're looking for someone with a good understanding of human resources, ideally who has studied CIPD to Level 3. Previous involvement with L&D would be very useful, as is involvement in transactional HR practices such as recruitment, on-boarding, disciplinary and grievance etc. Randstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
        A not-for-profit organisation in the Doncaster area has an immediate need for a HR Administrator to join the team on a temporary basis for at least 2 months and possibly longer.The HR team is working from home for the foreseeable future and so this position is open to candidates across the UK. We are looking for someone with generalist HR experience who can support the L&D team to manage and maintain the learning provision across the organisation and the learning management system. You'll manage learning records and material, upload new information and coordinate the learning schedules. As part of your role you will also work closely with external training providers as well as support the wider HR team with a comprehensive HR administration service. Its a varied and interesting role in a high profile organisation that is currently undertaking multiple complex projects that you will support.We're looking for someone with a good understanding of human resources, ideally who has studied CIPD to Level 3. Previous involvement with L&D would be very useful, as is involvement in transactional HR practices such as recruitment, on-boarding, disciplinary and grievance etc. Randstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
        • city of london, london
        • permanent
        • £34,000 - £38,000 per year
        • full-time
        Digby Morgan is partnered with one of the UK's hottest start-ups based near Old Street, currently experiencing incredible success in their industry, who are seeking a People Manager. This is a second-in-command role within the People Function, reporting into the Head of People, where you will be responsible for all HR and People Operations for this 50 person company. The ideal candidate is a culture-obsessed HR Advisor with at least 3 years of HR experience looking for a step-up into an agile environment where they can take charge of all People Ops. This would entail:Handling of all employee life-cycle operations such as policies, procedures, and templatesEmployee Engagement and acting as the Culture ChampionRecruitmentOnboarding & InductionsLearning & DevelopmentCompensation & BenefitsAnnual Review ProcessesEmployer BrandingHR Data & Reporting As an already highly-engaged environment, this company has some great perks such as an on-site chef for breakfast and lunch, unlimited holiday after 2 years, and summer half-days, just to list a few! If you are super passionate about People & Culture, and are incredibly excited about joining a company where you get to lay the foundations for the People Ops infrastructure, don't miss this opportunity and apply immediately!
        Digby Morgan is partnered with one of the UK's hottest start-ups based near Old Street, currently experiencing incredible success in their industry, who are seeking a People Manager. This is a second-in-command role within the People Function, reporting into the Head of People, where you will be responsible for all HR and People Operations for this 50 person company. The ideal candidate is a culture-obsessed HR Advisor with at least 3 years of HR experience looking for a step-up into an agile environment where they can take charge of all People Ops. This would entail:Handling of all employee life-cycle operations such as policies, procedures, and templatesEmployee Engagement and acting as the Culture ChampionRecruitmentOnboarding & InductionsLearning & DevelopmentCompensation & BenefitsAnnual Review ProcessesEmployer BrandingHR Data & Reporting As an already highly-engaged environment, this company has some great perks such as an on-site chef for breakfast and lunch, unlimited holiday after 2 years, and summer half-days, just to list a few! If you are super passionate about People & Culture, and are incredibly excited about joining a company where you get to lay the foundations for the People Ops infrastructure, don't miss this opportunity and apply immediately!
        • city of london, london
        • contract
        • £35,000 - £45,000 per year
        • full-time
        Digby Morgan is partnered with a global Media firm presently going through a period of change who require an HR Operations Specialist to join on a 3-month FTC. This role is primarily working from home but occasional travel to the office based in the City may be required. Reporting into the HR Operations Manager, responsibilities will include:Coordinating and supporting all HR Operations activity in period of changeProducing data and reporting utilising Excel to ensure the delivery of a high performance HR change programmeEnsuring that HR life-cycle processes and services are delivered in line with polices, procedures, and legislation Required Experience:Exceptional understanding of operational HR processesExperience supporting a change project particularly related to redundancies and restructuringStrong data and reporting expertise utilising ExcelAbility to confidently work in and navigate a high-volume, demanding, and ambiguous environment This is an urgent opportunity and only immediately available candidates will be considered.
        Digby Morgan is partnered with a global Media firm presently going through a period of change who require an HR Operations Specialist to join on a 3-month FTC. This role is primarily working from home but occasional travel to the office based in the City may be required. Reporting into the HR Operations Manager, responsibilities will include:Coordinating and supporting all HR Operations activity in period of changeProducing data and reporting utilising Excel to ensure the delivery of a high performance HR change programmeEnsuring that HR life-cycle processes and services are delivered in line with polices, procedures, and legislation Required Experience:Exceptional understanding of operational HR processesExperience supporting a change project particularly related to redundancies and restructuringStrong data and reporting expertise utilising ExcelAbility to confidently work in and navigate a high-volume, demanding, and ambiguous environment This is an urgent opportunity and only immediately available candidates will be considered.
        • city of london, london
        • permanent
        • £70,000 - £90,000, per year, Salary + Annual Bonus & Benefits
        • full-time
        Digby Morgan is proud to partner with a globally renowned Insurance firm based in the City who are looking to expand their HR function by adding an International Benefits and Payroll Manager to their team. This is an exciting opportunity for a tenured professional who has experience leading and managing benefits and payroll programmes across an international remit.Line managing the Benefits and Payroll Specialist, the successful candidate will have a high level of autonomy and exposure in the design and implementation of the global benefits program and supporting the processing of internal payroll.Responsibilities include:Benefits:Leading the design and implementation of the global benefits offering, reviewing on an annual basisManaging and advising on decisions globally, and processing and communicating changes/enhancements where appropriatePartnering with the various brokerage groups and managing external vendor relationshipsManaging statutory compliance as it relates to legislation across various jurisdictionsLeveraging the Legal, Payroll and the Human Resource Business Partner function as necessaryPayroll:Managing and overseeing monthly and annual payroll processes across multiple international jurisdictionsSupporting regulatory reporting requirements and maintaining knowledge of regional payroll regulations and changesAssisting with internal and external audit requestsReviewing and advising on existing processes and proceduresThe ideal candidate will have over 10+ years specialising in international benefits and payroll, with the expertise to confidently lead the function. This is both a strategic leadership and operational role, and the desired candidate will be prepared to roll up their sleeves when necessary. Experience in a similar role within the Insurance industry is hugely desirable.If you are interested in this role then please do not hesitate to apply immediately.
        Digby Morgan is proud to partner with a globally renowned Insurance firm based in the City who are looking to expand their HR function by adding an International Benefits and Payroll Manager to their team. This is an exciting opportunity for a tenured professional who has experience leading and managing benefits and payroll programmes across an international remit.Line managing the Benefits and Payroll Specialist, the successful candidate will have a high level of autonomy and exposure in the design and implementation of the global benefits program and supporting the processing of internal payroll.Responsibilities include:Benefits:Leading the design and implementation of the global benefits offering, reviewing on an annual basisManaging and advising on decisions globally, and processing and communicating changes/enhancements where appropriatePartnering with the various brokerage groups and managing external vendor relationshipsManaging statutory compliance as it relates to legislation across various jurisdictionsLeveraging the Legal, Payroll and the Human Resource Business Partner function as necessaryPayroll:Managing and overseeing monthly and annual payroll processes across multiple international jurisdictionsSupporting regulatory reporting requirements and maintaining knowledge of regional payroll regulations and changesAssisting with internal and external audit requestsReviewing and advising on existing processes and proceduresThe ideal candidate will have over 10+ years specialising in international benefits and payroll, with the expertise to confidently lead the function. This is both a strategic leadership and operational role, and the desired candidate will be prepared to roll up their sleeves when necessary. Experience in a similar role within the Insurance industry is hugely desirable.If you are interested in this role then please do not hesitate to apply immediately.
        • bedfordshire, east of england
        • contract
        • £40,000 - £45,000, per year, remote working
        • full-time
        Clinical Governance & Quality Manager6 month FTC - REMOTE WORKING£45000 The successful and experienced Clinical Governance and Quality Manager will be an integral player within a quickly expanding not for profit organisation in Bedfordshire. The successful candidate will be responsible for supporting the Chief Operations Officer in delivery of the quality governance and compliance for external providers. In addition to your key responsibilities, staff management and stakeholder management is imperative. Responsibilities: Lead inspection and governance process trust-wideSupporting performance managementProducing reports and supporting day to day managementImplementing service performance monitoring systemsProvide direction to specialists to deliver reports demonstrating high levels of complianceDevelop and train current staff membersBuild relationships with healthcare regulators and with wider business stakeholdersReview business standards and manage the compliance process Skillset:Extensive knowledge of the NHS and CQC (care quality commission)5 years + management experienceExcellent communication skills across all levelsA natural leaderAudit backgroundKnowledge or awareness of NHS challenges This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced Clinical Governance and Quality Manager to join an expanding part of a successful not for profit organisation. If you are interested in the role of Clinical Governance and Quality Manager please do not hesitate to apply today.Randstad Financial & Professional encourage applications from individuals of all ages & backgrounds. Appointment will be made on merit alone but candidates must be able to demonstrate their ability to work in the UK. Randstad Financial & Professional acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment & an employment business for temporary recruitment as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Business Regulations 2003
        Clinical Governance & Quality Manager6 month FTC - REMOTE WORKING£45000 The successful and experienced Clinical Governance and Quality Manager will be an integral player within a quickly expanding not for profit organisation in Bedfordshire. The successful candidate will be responsible for supporting the Chief Operations Officer in delivery of the quality governance and compliance for external providers. In addition to your key responsibilities, staff management and stakeholder management is imperative. Responsibilities: Lead inspection and governance process trust-wideSupporting performance managementProducing reports and supporting day to day managementImplementing service performance monitoring systemsProvide direction to specialists to deliver reports demonstrating high levels of complianceDevelop and train current staff membersBuild relationships with healthcare regulators and with wider business stakeholdersReview business standards and manage the compliance process Skillset:Extensive knowledge of the NHS and CQC (care quality commission)5 years + management experienceExcellent communication skills across all levelsA natural leaderAudit backgroundKnowledge or awareness of NHS challenges This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced Clinical Governance and Quality Manager to join an expanding part of a successful not for profit organisation. If you are interested in the role of Clinical Governance and Quality Manager please do not hesitate to apply today.Randstad Financial & Professional encourage applications from individuals of all ages & backgrounds. Appointment will be made on merit alone but candidates must be able to demonstrate their ability to work in the UK. Randstad Financial & Professional acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment & an employment business for temporary recruitment as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Business Regulations 2003

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