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        • 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!
        • 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.
        • 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!
        • bradford, yorkshire and the humber
        • contract
        • £28,000 - £30,000 per year
        • full-time
        Employee Relations AdvisorBradfordAre you looking for a new opportunity in HR? Do you have a HR degree or CIPD qualifications and are looking for a change? If so, then this could be the opportunity for youThis position is initially a 3 month fixed term contract to start immediately. The company are a national organisation with a head office in Bradford. They are currently expanding and opening more sites within West Yorkshire. The role will involve:Providing guidance and advice to line managers on cases Organising investigation, disciplinary, grievance and long-term absence meetings. Maintaining and QA case records and documentation in an accurate manner. Collating evidence bundles for disciplinary hearings. Ensuring that confidentiality is always maintained and that sensitive documents that include personal information are preserved.Maintaining and tracking case records Qualifications required:Degree in HR management or legalCIPD Qualified to at least level 5Previous experience in a similar role is essentialYou should have:Strong communication (both written and oral) negotiation and building relationship skills. Ability to effectively solve problemsPractical experience in applying current employment law through managing employee relations cases and related risk. Ability to multi-task and experienced in handling multiple cases. Ability to support practical decision making advising managers on risk balance the commercial needs of the organisation. Resilient, adaptable and flexible. Practical knowledge of using MS officeIf this sounds like a position you would be interested in, then wait no more. Send your CV to leeds@randstadeducation.co.uk or call 0113 2462500
        Employee Relations AdvisorBradfordAre you looking for a new opportunity in HR? Do you have a HR degree or CIPD qualifications and are looking for a change? If so, then this could be the opportunity for youThis position is initially a 3 month fixed term contract to start immediately. The company are a national organisation with a head office in Bradford. They are currently expanding and opening more sites within West Yorkshire. The role will involve:Providing guidance and advice to line managers on cases Organising investigation, disciplinary, grievance and long-term absence meetings. Maintaining and QA case records and documentation in an accurate manner. Collating evidence bundles for disciplinary hearings. Ensuring that confidentiality is always maintained and that sensitive documents that include personal information are preserved.Maintaining and tracking case records Qualifications required:Degree in HR management or legalCIPD Qualified to at least level 5Previous experience in a similar role is essentialYou should have:Strong communication (both written and oral) negotiation and building relationship skills. Ability to effectively solve problemsPractical experience in applying current employment law through managing employee relations cases and related risk. Ability to multi-task and experienced in handling multiple cases. Ability to support practical decision making advising managers on risk balance the commercial needs of the organisation. Resilient, adaptable and flexible. Practical knowledge of using MS officeIf this sounds like a position you would be interested in, then wait no more. Send your CV to leeds@randstadeducation.co.uk or call 0113 2462500
        • bradford, yorkshire and the humber
        • contract
        • £28,000 - £30,000 per year
        • full-time
        Three month fixed term contract with a not-for-profit organisation in Bradford for an experienced Employee Relations Advisor.We are looking for someone to join the business in late October for a period of 3 months. Suitable candidates would be CIPD qualified to at least Level 5 with at least 3 years experience of working in an ER focused role. You'll need to be able to demonstrate practical experience of applying current employment law when managing employee relations cases and related risk. Excellent communication skills and the ability to negotiate effectively are important, as is the ability to support practical decision making by managers in order to balance risk with the commercial needs of the organisation.The role is ideal for someone who is available to start work before the end of October, has recent previous experience of providing an ER service and can work in a fast paced, autonomous environment. Candidates with an understanding of safeguarding regulations would be particularly interesting for this organisation.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.
        Three month fixed term contract with a not-for-profit organisation in Bradford for an experienced Employee Relations Advisor.We are looking for someone to join the business in late October for a period of 3 months. Suitable candidates would be CIPD qualified to at least Level 5 with at least 3 years experience of working in an ER focused role. You'll need to be able to demonstrate practical experience of applying current employment law when managing employee relations cases and related risk. Excellent communication skills and the ability to negotiate effectively are important, as is the ability to support practical decision making by managers in order to balance risk with the commercial needs of the organisation.The role is ideal for someone who is available to start work before the end of October, has recent previous experience of providing an ER service and can work in a fast paced, autonomous environment. Candidates with an understanding of safeguarding regulations would be particularly interesting for this organisation.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.

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