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        • bristol, south west
        • permanent
        • £41,000 - £45,000, per year, Competitive Benefits Package
        • full-time
        Fantastic Opportunity in HR !Are you an Operational HR Manager looking for your next move?Do you have experience in delivering both short and long term objectives ?Are you happy to be mobile visiting sites within the Wessex and Wales Region ?Summary of the Role:Provide HR Manager support specifically for client contracts based in Wessex and Wales, specifically for Local and National Government. The role would also be expected to provide HR Manager support for any future contracts in the region. Due to the wide geographical spread of these contracts, travel within the region will be required This role reports into the Head of HR. There will be a requirement for some visits to the head office. The purpose of the role is to understand how the business operates and its strategic objectives in order to provide operational support, by delivering a quality HR service that meets both the short and longer-term objectives of the business. The successful candidate would need to work independently and autonomously by providing advice, support and management of individual or team-based human resources and ER issues and problems, delivering information and services as and when required: consistently, on time and to standard.The HR Manager role would help to deliver the HR Business plan in line with the organisational Business plan.Duties * Reviews, develops and implements HR Strategy, Policies & Procedures* Keeps up to date with current legislation and best practice* Supports the business in understanding, implementing and promoting effective people management techniques* Evaluates the business needs and contributes to improving the business performance* To work with Managers to identify and mitigate risks of business plans in terms of employee relations* Supports line managers on organisational design and culture change issues so they meet the current and future requirements of the business* Encourages continuous improvement and innovative approaches within the organisation* Manages change initiatives and programme implementation to support the delivery of the business objectives* Monitors service provision and takes action when required to ensure continuous improvement* Supports the organisation to manage absence* Takes an active role in implementing HR projects * Inputs, extracts and compiles information from HR Information Systems* Provides accurate and timely information/advice on employment law, policies and procedures to ensure effective and consistent application within the bounds of best practice and in line with the organisation values and relevant regulations* Liaises with internal and external specialist practitionersExperience:Experience in a similar operational HR Manager role.Ideally within industrial or similar environmentOrganisedAbility and willingness to travel to various operational sites within the regionCIPD Level 7 is desirable, but not essential as is Associate CIPDProven ability to deal with high volume Employee Relations matters, including sickness absence, disciplinary, TUPE etc.Apply now !!For more information contact Ian Davies, Principal Consultant at Randstad 0117 3116493 or 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.
        Fantastic Opportunity in HR !Are you an Operational HR Manager looking for your next move?Do you have experience in delivering both short and long term objectives ?Are you happy to be mobile visiting sites within the Wessex and Wales Region ?Summary of the Role:Provide HR Manager support specifically for client contracts based in Wessex and Wales, specifically for Local and National Government. The role would also be expected to provide HR Manager support for any future contracts in the region. Due to the wide geographical spread of these contracts, travel within the region will be required This role reports into the Head of HR. There will be a requirement for some visits to the head office. The purpose of the role is to understand how the business operates and its strategic objectives in order to provide operational support, by delivering a quality HR service that meets both the short and longer-term objectives of the business. The successful candidate would need to work independently and autonomously by providing advice, support and management of individual or team-based human resources and ER issues and problems, delivering information and services as and when required: consistently, on time and to standard.The HR Manager role would help to deliver the HR Business plan in line with the organisational Business plan.Duties * Reviews, develops and implements HR Strategy, Policies & Procedures* Keeps up to date with current legislation and best practice* Supports the business in understanding, implementing and promoting effective people management techniques* Evaluates the business needs and contributes to improving the business performance* To work with Managers to identify and mitigate risks of business plans in terms of employee relations* Supports line managers on organisational design and culture change issues so they meet the current and future requirements of the business* Encourages continuous improvement and innovative approaches within the organisation* Manages change initiatives and programme implementation to support the delivery of the business objectives* Monitors service provision and takes action when required to ensure continuous improvement* Supports the organisation to manage absence* Takes an active role in implementing HR projects * Inputs, extracts and compiles information from HR Information Systems* Provides accurate and timely information/advice on employment law, policies and procedures to ensure effective and consistent application within the bounds of best practice and in line with the organisation values and relevant regulations* Liaises with internal and external specialist practitionersExperience:Experience in a similar operational HR Manager role.Ideally within industrial or similar environmentOrganisedAbility and willingness to travel to various operational sites within the regionCIPD Level 7 is desirable, but not essential as is Associate CIPDProven ability to deal with high volume Employee Relations matters, including sickness absence, disciplinary, TUPE etc.Apply now !!For more information contact Ian Davies, Principal Consultant at Randstad 0117 3116493 or 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
        • £70,000 - £80,000, per year, Salary + Annual Bonus & Benefits
        • full-time
        A leading Financial Services organisation is looking to recruit a talented HR Manager to jointheir team. This is an exciting opportunity for a senior HR professional who has experience in a hands on,senior HR generalist position.This role offers the successful candidate a high level of autonomy andexposure within the business. This is a people centric organisation which prides itself on its peopleand offers great benefits which reflect this outlook. Based in the City of London.Role includes;- Implementing the strategic people plan for the Business Unit- Accountability for the implementation and delivery of cyclical People activities in the relevantbusiness units, such as End of Year, Performance Management, Talent Reviews/People Days,Engagement survey and action planning etc.- Accountability for the provision of HR/Business metrics and insights, identifying trends and themeswithin the business and translating these insights into actions for the business- Responsible for identifying business unit "People" related requirements, leveraging the broaderpeople community to ensure these meet business needs.- Influence, engage and be an active and effective member of the Client Group Leadership teams,whilst supporting Business Unit Leaders with advice and coaching on people and business relatedissues- Actively promote and role model collaboration and knowledge sharing within the People Functionand be an active member of the People UK team and the broader Community- Support department heads, in delivery of day-to-day activities to contribute to an effective andefficient People function.The ideal candidate will be a confident, motivated professional, who has excellent communicationskills and enjoys working with a high level of autonomy. Candidates must be CIPD qualified or equivalent, with experience in a similar role in the financial services sector (ideally a small to medium sized organisation). Good knowledge and understanding of employment law, and strong IT skills with experience of HR databases and Excel is required.If you are interested in this role then please do not hesitate to apply.
        A leading Financial Services organisation is looking to recruit a talented HR Manager to jointheir team. This is an exciting opportunity for a senior HR professional who has experience in a hands on,senior HR generalist position.This role offers the successful candidate a high level of autonomy andexposure within the business. This is a people centric organisation which prides itself on its peopleand offers great benefits which reflect this outlook. Based in the City of London.Role includes;- Implementing the strategic people plan for the Business Unit- Accountability for the implementation and delivery of cyclical People activities in the relevantbusiness units, such as End of Year, Performance Management, Talent Reviews/People Days,Engagement survey and action planning etc.- Accountability for the provision of HR/Business metrics and insights, identifying trends and themeswithin the business and translating these insights into actions for the business- Responsible for identifying business unit "People" related requirements, leveraging the broaderpeople community to ensure these meet business needs.- Influence, engage and be an active and effective member of the Client Group Leadership teams,whilst supporting Business Unit Leaders with advice and coaching on people and business relatedissues- Actively promote and role model collaboration and knowledge sharing within the People Functionand be an active member of the People UK team and the broader Community- Support department heads, in delivery of day-to-day activities to contribute to an effective andefficient People function.The ideal candidate will be a confident, motivated professional, who has excellent communicationskills and enjoys working with a high level of autonomy. Candidates must be CIPD qualified or equivalent, with experience in a similar role in the financial services sector (ideally a small to medium sized organisation). Good knowledge and understanding of employment law, and strong IT skills with experience of HR databases and Excel is required.If you are interested in this role then please do not hesitate to apply.
        • bristol, south west
        • permanent
        • £33,000 - £38,000, per year, Competitive
        • full-time
        HR Mangers, qualified to CIPD level 7, we want to hear from you !Do you want oversee all HR activity? Are you pro-active and relish responsibility ?Are you experienced in setting up compliant policies and procedures and the ability to ensure they are effectively applied ?If the answer to this is yes on all accounts then Apply now !The RoleDay to day management of all employee relations Manage all recruitment including advertising, interviewing and offer processCo-ordinate all disciplinary/grievance processes to ensure correct procedures are followed and outcomes reachedWrite and implement policies in line with business need, legislation or customer/industry requirementKeeping payroll system and HR files up to dateManage organisational restructure including any related TUPE activityAbsence management and monitoring attendanceThe Candidate Proven HR management experienceUp to date with current employment legislation CIPD level 7Confidentiality and discretionStrong communication skillsStrong organisational ability and attention to detailAble to multitask and adapt to changing circumstancesConfident and capable Working knowledge of the construction industry or engineering organisations would be an advantage, but not prerequisite.Apply now for this fantastic opportunity Contact Ian Davies - Principal Consultant at Randstad for more detail on 0117 3116493 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.
        HR Mangers, qualified to CIPD level 7, we want to hear from you !Do you want oversee all HR activity? Are you pro-active and relish responsibility ?Are you experienced in setting up compliant policies and procedures and the ability to ensure they are effectively applied ?If the answer to this is yes on all accounts then Apply now !The RoleDay to day management of all employee relations Manage all recruitment including advertising, interviewing and offer processCo-ordinate all disciplinary/grievance processes to ensure correct procedures are followed and outcomes reachedWrite and implement policies in line with business need, legislation or customer/industry requirementKeeping payroll system and HR files up to dateManage organisational restructure including any related TUPE activityAbsence management and monitoring attendanceThe Candidate Proven HR management experienceUp to date with current employment legislation CIPD level 7Confidentiality and discretionStrong communication skillsStrong organisational ability and attention to detailAble to multitask and adapt to changing circumstancesConfident and capable Working knowledge of the construction industry or engineering organisations would be an advantage, but not prerequisite.Apply now for this fantastic opportunity Contact Ian Davies - Principal Consultant at Randstad for more detail on 0117 3116493 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.
        • harrogate, yorkshire and the humber
        • permanent
        • full-time
        Assistant Service ManagerDo you have proven experience in a health and social care supervisory role in an Independent Supported Living environment and looking to develop your career? Have you held a position supporting management? Can you demonstrate your potential to lead and manage a front line team within a specialised community base, safe 'person-led' enabling support services for people who are vulnerable with severe complex needs in a culture that is very team effort based, transparent in your role, leading by example and following the company's fun loving but professional culture.Randstad Care is proud to be supporting a specialist independent living social care and support service, to recruit an assistant service manager responsible in HarrogateSalary base £9.70 per hourAdditional pay allowance for sleepovers.Benefits:Opportunities for flexible working hoursExcellent rates of pay and life assurance (after three years' service)A stakeholder pension28 days holiday a year (including 8 public holidays)Structured and enabled career pathsA wide range of training opportunities including the statutory Care Certificate, QCF Diplomas and the Common Induction StandardsSix paid training days a yearAnnual Achievement ReviewsRequirements:You should have a Level 4 qualification or above within health and social carePrevious experience in supported living is essentialThis provider serves vulnerable people with complex needs whose difficulties may include physical, emotional, learning, behavioural, psychological and social challenges, and quite often, a combination of many of these difficulties.The company provide specialist social care and support to help people make the best of themselves and the most of their lives. For some, this isn't easy to do on their own. They may have a learning or physical disability or social and behavioural difficulties. This can make it hard for them to find their place in to the world.The company believe that everyone, whatever their ability and background, should have the chance to achieve what they want. And the best way to help people achieve their dreams is to help them find greater independence. Put simply, to help people live as independently as possible.We are looking for applicants who can be versatile in a role, where you can work in a front office environment for the majority of the role, really working hands on supporting the managers and services in their day to day role.We are looking for team members who are:really committed to helping others improve their livesactive team playersempathetic and dedicatedenthusiastic and determinednot afraid of challengesready to embrace new methods and innovative ways of caringpositive and upbeatdelighted when someone else succeedsfun to work withalways look on the bright sideThere are a wide range of training opportunities available including the statutory care certificate, QCF Diplomas and the Common Induction Standards.The main requirements are as follows;- Apply the vision, mission and value.- Provide planned, competent, motivated 24 hour personal care with holistic support ensuring the staff team consistently delivers the support needs of the individuals.- Role modelling and supporting 'on rota', 'local on call' at weekends where needed.- Being adaptable to meet the changing needs of the role.- Providing proactive and effective budgeting and resource management.- Participating in the recruitment of new staff members ensuring they receive a thorough induction and ongoing training.- There are a wide range of training opportunities available including the statutory care certificate, QCF Diplomas and the Common Induction Standards.If interested, please apply following the on screen instructions. For further information you can call 0113 2462500 or email leeds@randstadeducation.co.uk
        Assistant Service ManagerDo you have proven experience in a health and social care supervisory role in an Independent Supported Living environment and looking to develop your career? Have you held a position supporting management? Can you demonstrate your potential to lead and manage a front line team within a specialised community base, safe 'person-led' enabling support services for people who are vulnerable with severe complex needs in a culture that is very team effort based, transparent in your role, leading by example and following the company's fun loving but professional culture.Randstad Care is proud to be supporting a specialist independent living social care and support service, to recruit an assistant service manager responsible in HarrogateSalary base £9.70 per hourAdditional pay allowance for sleepovers.Benefits:Opportunities for flexible working hoursExcellent rates of pay and life assurance (after three years' service)A stakeholder pension28 days holiday a year (including 8 public holidays)Structured and enabled career pathsA wide range of training opportunities including the statutory Care Certificate, QCF Diplomas and the Common Induction StandardsSix paid training days a yearAnnual Achievement ReviewsRequirements:You should have a Level 4 qualification or above within health and social carePrevious experience in supported living is essentialThis provider serves vulnerable people with complex needs whose difficulties may include physical, emotional, learning, behavioural, psychological and social challenges, and quite often, a combination of many of these difficulties.The company provide specialist social care and support to help people make the best of themselves and the most of their lives. For some, this isn't easy to do on their own. They may have a learning or physical disability or social and behavioural difficulties. This can make it hard for them to find their place in to the world.The company believe that everyone, whatever their ability and background, should have the chance to achieve what they want. And the best way to help people achieve their dreams is to help them find greater independence. Put simply, to help people live as independently as possible.We are looking for applicants who can be versatile in a role, where you can work in a front office environment for the majority of the role, really working hands on supporting the managers and services in their day to day role.We are looking for team members who are:really committed to helping others improve their livesactive team playersempathetic and dedicatedenthusiastic and determinednot afraid of challengesready to embrace new methods and innovative ways of caringpositive and upbeatdelighted when someone else succeedsfun to work withalways look on the bright sideThere are a wide range of training opportunities available including the statutory care certificate, QCF Diplomas and the Common Induction Standards.The main requirements are as follows;- Apply the vision, mission and value.- Provide planned, competent, motivated 24 hour personal care with holistic support ensuring the staff team consistently delivers the support needs of the individuals.- Role modelling and supporting 'on rota', 'local on call' at weekends where needed.- Being adaptable to meet the changing needs of the role.- Providing proactive and effective budgeting and resource management.- Participating in the recruitment of new staff members ensuring they receive a thorough induction and ongoing training.- There are a wide range of training opportunities available including the statutory care certificate, QCF Diplomas and the Common Induction Standards.If interested, please apply following the on screen instructions. For further information you can call 0113 2462500 or email leeds@randstadeducation.co.uk
        • 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!

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