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      • london, london
      • temporary
      • £200 - £230 per day
      • randstad business support
      Job Title: HR Onboarding SpecialistDuration: 4 MonthsLocation: LondonSalary: £200 - £230 per dayBenefits:* Pension Scheme* Accrued/Rolled-Up Holiday Pay* Weekly Pay* Established organisationDuties:* Establishes strong relationships across all teams in the recruitment, hiring andonboarding process* Owns and co-ordinates the onboarding process from offer to day one for the new hires* Tracks current status, action owners & completion dates for each hire in format that all interested parties can easily consume* Proactively unblocks any impediments to the on-boarding process for all new hires* Responds to questions and queries related to the new hires* Publishes regular status updates (weekly and ad-hoc on request) for each of the roles being recruited* Responsible for overseeing the background checking process and administering the in-house background checks for new joiners, where relevant* Ensuring that all candidates have the correct paperwork, and that hiring managers are kept informed of the candidate journey* Co-ordinating all post-offer administrative tasks with candidates and liaising with HR, SSC and Hiring Manager to ensure completionSkills:* Demonstrable ability to build strong relationships across multiple delivery teams and cultures* People focused but able to define and follow clear efficient processes in a complexorganisation* Very highly organised with problem solving skills and a "can-do" attitude* Customer focus, diplomacy, tact and demonstrable stakeholder management skills areessential* Skilled in the basic use of Microsoft Office products (especially Excel and Word)* Prior experience in a similar or related role would be beneficial but not essential* Experience working in a FTSE 100 or 250 company* Previous experience of Recruitment and or experience working with an ATS and Workday desirableIf this is something that may interest you, please apply today!*Please note: Due to the high volume of responses received for this role we will not be able to contact all applicants directly. If you have not heard from us in four weeks please consider your application unsuccessful.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.
      Job Title: HR Onboarding SpecialistDuration: 4 MonthsLocation: LondonSalary: £200 - £230 per dayBenefits:* Pension Scheme* Accrued/Rolled-Up Holiday Pay* Weekly Pay* Established organisationDuties:* Establishes strong relationships across all teams in the recruitment, hiring andonboarding process* Owns and co-ordinates the onboarding process from offer to day one for the new hires* Tracks current status, action owners & completion dates for each hire in format that all interested parties can easily consume* Proactively unblocks any impediments to the on-boarding process for all new hires* Responds to questions and queries related to the new hires* Publishes regular status updates (weekly and ad-hoc on request) for each of the roles being recruited* Responsible for overseeing the background checking process and administering the in-house background checks for new joiners, where relevant* Ensuring that all candidates have the correct paperwork, and that hiring managers are kept informed of the candidate journey* Co-ordinating all post-offer administrative tasks with candidates and liaising with HR, SSC and Hiring Manager to ensure completionSkills:* Demonstrable ability to build strong relationships across multiple delivery teams and cultures* People focused but able to define and follow clear efficient processes in a complexorganisation* Very highly organised with problem solving skills and a "can-do" attitude* Customer focus, diplomacy, tact and demonstrable stakeholder management skills areessential* Skilled in the basic use of Microsoft Office products (especially Excel and Word)* Prior experience in a similar or related role would be beneficial but not essential* Experience working in a FTSE 100 or 250 company* Previous experience of Recruitment and or experience working with an ATS and Workday desirableIf this is something that may interest you, please apply today!*Please note: Due to the high volume of responses received for this role we will not be able to contact all applicants directly. If you have not heard from us in four weeks please consider your application unsuccessful.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.
      • patchway, south west
      • permanent
      • £30,000 - £31,050 per year
      • randstad business support
      Job Title - HR LEADLocation - Astec West, BristolSalary - £31050Job Type - Permanent (On site) We have an exciting opportunity that has arisen, for an established HR Advisor. Overview of the Role You will be passionate about human resources and have an understanding of the employee life-cycle from recruitment, learning and development, employee relations, engagement and HR assurance and compliance. As HR Advisor, you will be responsible for the management of all administration in relation to the HR life cycle and offer support, coaching and challenge to line managers and dealing with employee queries efficiently and with sensitivity, when required.You will be comfortable working without direct supervision whilst maintaining an efficient professional manner supporting with the management and maintenance of the payroll submissions Newmedica Bristol ensuring that all staff queries are dealt with efficiently in conjunction with the Operational Director including the award of salary increases and bonuses. Key ResponsibilitiesManage the end-to-end recruitment process, role description review, advertising, CV reviews, shortlisting and arranging interviewsManage the on boarding process including referencing, offer letters, right to work, DBS checks and other pre-employment checksTo coordinate the induction of all new starters to the team including local site induction, clinical location induction, ensuring that all IT logins are operational, mandatory training and provide training on RADAR incident reporting systems and governance protocols.Perform off-boarding administrative duties to include: exit interviews, documentation, liaising with IT and payroll servicesMaintain accurate HR & Recruitment records to meet internal, regulatory and legal requirementsSupport line managers with first line employee relations advice in matters including training, performance, probation outcomes, absence management, grievance and discipline.Deal with employee queries and provide advice efficiently and with sensitivity, when required.Promptly escalate any unresolved or complex issues in a timely manner. Maintain a positive relationship with staff at every interaction, formal and informal networks and ensure that effective communication and escalation / de-escalation mechanisms are in place at all times.Responsibility for all general correspondence emails and letters (variation to contracts, performance letters, probationary letters etc)Assist in the review and implementation of HR legislative policy changesCo-ordinate and assist in the management of accreditation, seminar events and learning and development trainingAssist with the creation of KPI data - talent acquisition, diversity and inclusion, performance, sickness and absence, employee engagement etc.Assist with social media content-writing (well being, recruitment adverts, diversity and inclusion), organise events (virtual, team-building, company-wide) and discuss ways to improve/streamline our current processesAssist with the development, implementation and delivery of the People strategy utilising group wide initiatives and tools. The benefitsAnnual Salary ReviewsAnnual Bonus dependant on business and individual performance25 Days Annual Leave plus Bank HolidaysA Company Pension SchemeMonday - Friday scheduled shift patternPrivate Medical, Dental and Travel insuranceAccess to a range of benefits including free eye tests, discounted or free glasses, a free 24/7 well-being/counselling/advice service, an opportunity to sign up to a tax-free cycle to work and a retail/technology discount scheme.An environment where your learning and development is supported through a range of various learning tools and courses.Excellent transport links; close to main bus routes and park & rideEssentialPrevious experience working within a HR environment or similar experienceFirst line HR advisory experience and the ability to coach new line managerAbility to exercise discretion, judgement and maintain strict confidentialityA good understanding of the full HR life cycle from on-boarding to exit (contracts, variation letters etc)Experience using a HR system, capturing data and understanding trendsA positive outlook, service orientation and effective interpersonal skillsHave ability to concentrate on various tasks and prioritise whilst working in an unpredictable environment without supervision.Excellent organisational and time management skillsAttention to detail with the ability to prioritise tasksComfortable and confident communicating with people from all levels of the businessNumerate with competent IT skills (MS Office as well as compilation of Excel spreadsheets, HR systems)Excellent communication skills, both verbal and writtenAble to work effectively to tight deadlines within a collaborative team-orientated environmentDesirableCIPD Level 3 or equivalent experienceComprehensive knowledge of timetables for all clinicians over a number of clinical sub specialities and sites.To have an understanding of the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and NHS regulatory standards.To understand and have a good working knowledge of databases. 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.
      Job Title - HR LEADLocation - Astec West, BristolSalary - £31050Job Type - Permanent (On site) We have an exciting opportunity that has arisen, for an established HR Advisor. Overview of the Role You will be passionate about human resources and have an understanding of the employee life-cycle from recruitment, learning and development, employee relations, engagement and HR assurance and compliance. As HR Advisor, you will be responsible for the management of all administration in relation to the HR life cycle and offer support, coaching and challenge to line managers and dealing with employee queries efficiently and with sensitivity, when required.You will be comfortable working without direct supervision whilst maintaining an efficient professional manner supporting with the management and maintenance of the payroll submissions Newmedica Bristol ensuring that all staff queries are dealt with efficiently in conjunction with the Operational Director including the award of salary increases and bonuses. Key ResponsibilitiesManage the end-to-end recruitment process, role description review, advertising, CV reviews, shortlisting and arranging interviewsManage the on boarding process including referencing, offer letters, right to work, DBS checks and other pre-employment checksTo coordinate the induction of all new starters to the team including local site induction, clinical location induction, ensuring that all IT logins are operational, mandatory training and provide training on RADAR incident reporting systems and governance protocols.Perform off-boarding administrative duties to include: exit interviews, documentation, liaising with IT and payroll servicesMaintain accurate HR & Recruitment records to meet internal, regulatory and legal requirementsSupport line managers with first line employee relations advice in matters including training, performance, probation outcomes, absence management, grievance and discipline.Deal with employee queries and provide advice efficiently and with sensitivity, when required.Promptly escalate any unresolved or complex issues in a timely manner. Maintain a positive relationship with staff at every interaction, formal and informal networks and ensure that effective communication and escalation / de-escalation mechanisms are in place at all times.Responsibility for all general correspondence emails and letters (variation to contracts, performance letters, probationary letters etc)Assist in the review and implementation of HR legislative policy changesCo-ordinate and assist in the management of accreditation, seminar events and learning and development trainingAssist with the creation of KPI data - talent acquisition, diversity and inclusion, performance, sickness and absence, employee engagement etc.Assist with social media content-writing (well being, recruitment adverts, diversity and inclusion), organise events (virtual, team-building, company-wide) and discuss ways to improve/streamline our current processesAssist with the development, implementation and delivery of the People strategy utilising group wide initiatives and tools. The benefitsAnnual Salary ReviewsAnnual Bonus dependant on business and individual performance25 Days Annual Leave plus Bank HolidaysA Company Pension SchemeMonday - Friday scheduled shift patternPrivate Medical, Dental and Travel insuranceAccess to a range of benefits including free eye tests, discounted or free glasses, a free 24/7 well-being/counselling/advice service, an opportunity to sign up to a tax-free cycle to work and a retail/technology discount scheme.An environment where your learning and development is supported through a range of various learning tools and courses.Excellent transport links; close to main bus routes and park & rideEssentialPrevious experience working within a HR environment or similar experienceFirst line HR advisory experience and the ability to coach new line managerAbility to exercise discretion, judgement and maintain strict confidentialityA good understanding of the full HR life cycle from on-boarding to exit (contracts, variation letters etc)Experience using a HR system, capturing data and understanding trendsA positive outlook, service orientation and effective interpersonal skillsHave ability to concentrate on various tasks and prioritise whilst working in an unpredictable environment without supervision.Excellent organisational and time management skillsAttention to detail with the ability to prioritise tasksComfortable and confident communicating with people from all levels of the businessNumerate with competent IT skills (MS Office as well as compilation of Excel spreadsheets, HR systems)Excellent communication skills, both verbal and writtenAble to work effectively to tight deadlines within a collaborative team-orientated environmentDesirableCIPD Level 3 or equivalent experienceComprehensive knowledge of timetables for all clinicians over a number of clinical sub specialities and sites.To have an understanding of the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and NHS regulatory standards.To understand and have a good working knowledge of databases. 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
      • £48,000 - £52,000 per year
      • digby morgan
      HR Business Partner - Permanent - HYBRID -ASAPLocation: Westminster (5min away from Victoria train Station)Salary: £48.600 - £51.895 ABOUT THE COMPANYThis is a really exciting time to join The Global Charity Organization. The Company are on a mission to amplify the voices of girls and young women, so they can champion change in their own lives and the wider world; to build strong partnerships that can increase our reach and impact; and to increase the support the company offer our amazing adult volunteers who deliver incredible experiences to young people across the UK every week. The role Overall purpose * To support the Head of HR by working in partnership with Girlguiding directorates to deliver a strategic and operational HR service that integrates with the business to support Girlguiding's refreshed people strategy and organisational strategy. * To provide both transformational advice and transactional support across all key areas of HR including workforce planning, retention, reward, organisational design and people development - delivering proactive people initiatives and solutions that deliver measurable value. Main area of responsibility* To lead on organisation design (OD) initiatives for organisational transformation to 2020 five year strategy facilitating a one team approach for strengthened* Main area of responsibility To lead on tailored people interventions for OD * To collaborate with the senior management team and other stakeholders to design and embed a one team strategy for staff and volunteers e.g. contractual changes, induction development, common staff / volunteer policies, L&D. * To support a refreshed people Strategy. * To design and ensure delivery of HR best practice support to Girlguiding Countries and Regions staff. * To collaborate innovatively with Comms. Colleagues to ensure effective HR delivery to, and stronger engagement with, all staff sites. * To lead on initiatives for flexible resourcing. To integrate strategically with the business * To partner with directors and heads of department, providing recommendations / solutions through one-to-one partner meetings and directorate team meetings. * To meet regularly with individual directors / heads to review implications for organisational design and change, risks and options, and plan for them e.g. team restructures, recruitment, anticipated turnover, and development. * To gather intelligence internally and externally and share learning with managers on good people management practices. * To support the Head of HR in the formulation, monitoring and review of the annual HR work plan and budget. * To coach, empower, constructively challenge, and build managers' capacity in HR practice and management e.g. employee relations, complex HR matters) To manage generalist HR functions * To develop, implement, streamline (where necessary) and advise on HR policies and procedures, guidelines and tools aligned with business strategy. * To lead on complex employee relations cases. * To drive a culture of strong performance management through a range of initiatives e.g. refreshed performance management model, action learning sets, HR surgeries, publicity etc. * To conduct training sessions as required. To lead on HR specialisms / OD initiatives * To collaborate with the Head of HR on culture change to underpin a one team strategy. * To collaborate with the HRBP who is leading on the development and implementation of new systems e.g. HRIS, to support a one team strategy. * To support the Head of HR and the Finance team in development of the long-term operating model to support the five-year strategic plan.* To lead on or manage any other HR projects that arise through the People Strategy / HR work plan. * To lead on a refreshed apprenticeship scheme. * To lead on pension governance. * To lead on aspects of compliance - IR35, pay gap reporting, and GDPR. Skills * Computer Literate, competent in the use of Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel and PowerPoint * Strong written communication skills to produce a wide range of material e.g. reports, proposals and training material* Strong interpersonal skills - ability to influence and negotiate at senior level* Strong time management skills to meet tight deadlines and multitask Experience* A track record in generalist HR * A track record in HR business partnering to include organisational design and corporate awareness* Experience presenting to boards / directors on complex or controversial business* Proven experience in delivering HR change projects to deadline and to budget e.g. restructures, OD models* Strong staff management experience (to line manage one or more staff members)* A track record in managing complex employee relations cases * Experience coaching; training and facilitating small groups* Experience of implementing systems e.g. HRIS, ATS* Experience of networking with HR contacts outside the organisation to keep up to date with best practice* Working in the public or voluntary sector KnowledgeKnowledge and understanding of the practical application of UK Employment law and HR best practiceChartered Member of the CIPD Degree-level education or holder of an equivalent qualificationUnderstanding of the practical application of diversity and inclusion at work HR Business Partner - Permanent - HYBRID -ASAPLocation: Westminster (5min away from Victoria train Station)Salary: £48.600 - £51.895
      HR Business Partner - Permanent - HYBRID -ASAPLocation: Westminster (5min away from Victoria train Station)Salary: £48.600 - £51.895 ABOUT THE COMPANYThis is a really exciting time to join The Global Charity Organization. The Company are on a mission to amplify the voices of girls and young women, so they can champion change in their own lives and the wider world; to build strong partnerships that can increase our reach and impact; and to increase the support the company offer our amazing adult volunteers who deliver incredible experiences to young people across the UK every week. The role Overall purpose * To support the Head of HR by working in partnership with Girlguiding directorates to deliver a strategic and operational HR service that integrates with the business to support Girlguiding's refreshed people strategy and organisational strategy. * To provide both transformational advice and transactional support across all key areas of HR including workforce planning, retention, reward, organisational design and people development - delivering proactive people initiatives and solutions that deliver measurable value. Main area of responsibility* To lead on organisation design (OD) initiatives for organisational transformation to 2020 five year strategy facilitating a one team approach for strengthened* Main area of responsibility To lead on tailored people interventions for OD * To collaborate with the senior management team and other stakeholders to design and embed a one team strategy for staff and volunteers e.g. contractual changes, induction development, common staff / volunteer policies, L&D. * To support a refreshed people Strategy. * To design and ensure delivery of HR best practice support to Girlguiding Countries and Regions staff. * To collaborate innovatively with Comms. Colleagues to ensure effective HR delivery to, and stronger engagement with, all staff sites. * To lead on initiatives for flexible resourcing. To integrate strategically with the business * To partner with directors and heads of department, providing recommendations / solutions through one-to-one partner meetings and directorate team meetings. * To meet regularly with individual directors / heads to review implications for organisational design and change, risks and options, and plan for them e.g. team restructures, recruitment, anticipated turnover, and development. * To gather intelligence internally and externally and share learning with managers on good people management practices. * To support the Head of HR in the formulation, monitoring and review of the annual HR work plan and budget. * To coach, empower, constructively challenge, and build managers' capacity in HR practice and management e.g. employee relations, complex HR matters) To manage generalist HR functions * To develop, implement, streamline (where necessary) and advise on HR policies and procedures, guidelines and tools aligned with business strategy. * To lead on complex employee relations cases. * To drive a culture of strong performance management through a range of initiatives e.g. refreshed performance management model, action learning sets, HR surgeries, publicity etc. * To conduct training sessions as required. To lead on HR specialisms / OD initiatives * To collaborate with the Head of HR on culture change to underpin a one team strategy. * To collaborate with the HRBP who is leading on the development and implementation of new systems e.g. HRIS, to support a one team strategy. * To support the Head of HR and the Finance team in development of the long-term operating model to support the five-year strategic plan.* To lead on or manage any other HR projects that arise through the People Strategy / HR work plan. * To lead on a refreshed apprenticeship scheme. * To lead on pension governance. * To lead on aspects of compliance - IR35, pay gap reporting, and GDPR. Skills * Computer Literate, competent in the use of Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel and PowerPoint * Strong written communication skills to produce a wide range of material e.g. reports, proposals and training material* Strong interpersonal skills - ability to influence and negotiate at senior level* Strong time management skills to meet tight deadlines and multitask Experience* A track record in generalist HR * A track record in HR business partnering to include organisational design and corporate awareness* Experience presenting to boards / directors on complex or controversial business* Proven experience in delivering HR change projects to deadline and to budget e.g. restructures, OD models* Strong staff management experience (to line manage one or more staff members)* A track record in managing complex employee relations cases * Experience coaching; training and facilitating small groups* Experience of implementing systems e.g. HRIS, ATS* Experience of networking with HR contacts outside the organisation to keep up to date with best practice* Working in the public or voluntary sector KnowledgeKnowledge and understanding of the practical application of UK Employment law and HR best practiceChartered Member of the CIPD Degree-level education or holder of an equivalent qualificationUnderstanding of the practical application of diversity and inclusion at work HR Business Partner - Permanent - HYBRID -ASAPLocation: Westminster (5min away from Victoria train Station)Salary: £48.600 - £51.895
      • fishponds, south west
      • permanent
      • £27,000 - £30,000 per year
      • randstad business support
      Job Title - HR Advisor Location - Fishponds, Bristol Salary - £27,000 - £30,000Type - Permanent & Full time About our ClientOur client is one of the largest manufacturers of paperboard and paper-based packaging for some of the world's most recognised brands of food, beverage, food service, household, personal care and pet care products. With over 130 facilities worldwide that provide innovative packaging solutions to help our customers stand out and achieve brand loyalty in a competitive and dynamic marketplace. With a product portfolio that emphasises renewable, recycled, and recyclable materials, we are as committed to our customers and 24,000 employees as we are to protecting the environment and giving back to the communities where we live and work.About the roleThis role is responsible for providing confidential and professional support on all people related matters to support the achievement of HR priorities. This will include provision of generalist HR support to divisional management teams & employees in areas including recruitment, department and structure , job design, relations & performance.Responsibilities HR Operations - HR admin up to date, ensure data accuracy is adhered to, develop and follow up key HR KPI's, support starters and leaver processes & update T&A system Talent Acquisition - Support business manager for temp workforce, support attraction, development and retention of key talent.Absence Management - Analyse trends and patterns to proactively manage absence, support and well being and disciplinary process in relation to absence and ill healthEmployee relations - Provide timely support and services to managers & employees that are clear , concise and fit for purpose, maintain & build strong working relationships with managers and stakeholdersLearning & Development - Provide a first point of contact to managers and employees for training needs, identify gaps and support documentsOrganisational design - Support the HRM in providing input into business changes Performance and reward - Support organisation performance management processes, and liaise with payroll to ensure information impacting salaries, wages and allowancesPolicies and procedures - Support HRM in maintaining consistency in the application of policies and procedures, ensure sufficient knowledge of industry best practices and legislation to ensure policies comply to help build on the organisation. RequirementsEducated to degree levelCIPD Level 5 is highly desirableDemostrated knowledge & experience of HR BenefitsFree Parking26 days annual leave + Bank holidaysIf you're keen to pursue a HR career within a fast paced, dynamic and well respected employer - please apply today.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.
      Job Title - HR Advisor Location - Fishponds, Bristol Salary - £27,000 - £30,000Type - Permanent & Full time About our ClientOur client is one of the largest manufacturers of paperboard and paper-based packaging for some of the world's most recognised brands of food, beverage, food service, household, personal care and pet care products. With over 130 facilities worldwide that provide innovative packaging solutions to help our customers stand out and achieve brand loyalty in a competitive and dynamic marketplace. With a product portfolio that emphasises renewable, recycled, and recyclable materials, we are as committed to our customers and 24,000 employees as we are to protecting the environment and giving back to the communities where we live and work.About the roleThis role is responsible for providing confidential and professional support on all people related matters to support the achievement of HR priorities. This will include provision of generalist HR support to divisional management teams & employees in areas including recruitment, department and structure , job design, relations & performance.Responsibilities HR Operations - HR admin up to date, ensure data accuracy is adhered to, develop and follow up key HR KPI's, support starters and leaver processes & update T&A system Talent Acquisition - Support business manager for temp workforce, support attraction, development and retention of key talent.Absence Management - Analyse trends and patterns to proactively manage absence, support and well being and disciplinary process in relation to absence and ill healthEmployee relations - Provide timely support and services to managers & employees that are clear , concise and fit for purpose, maintain & build strong working relationships with managers and stakeholdersLearning & Development - Provide a first point of contact to managers and employees for training needs, identify gaps and support documentsOrganisational design - Support the HRM in providing input into business changes Performance and reward - Support organisation performance management processes, and liaise with payroll to ensure information impacting salaries, wages and allowancesPolicies and procedures - Support HRM in maintaining consistency in the application of policies and procedures, ensure sufficient knowledge of industry best practices and legislation to ensure policies comply to help build on the organisation. RequirementsEducated to degree levelCIPD Level 5 is highly desirableDemostrated knowledge & experience of HR BenefitsFree Parking26 days annual leave + Bank holidaysIf you're keen to pursue a HR career within a fast paced, dynamic and well respected employer - please apply today.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.
      • calne, south west
      • permanent
      • £26,000 - £27,000 per year
      • randstad business support
      Are you a fabulous HR Generalist who is looking for a new challenge? Have you been working in an advisory role and now looking to take the next step in your career, or maybe you just need a change! Then look no further as Randstad HR have the opportunity as one of our clients have a fantastic opportunity. We are seeking a full-time HR Manager to join the three sites across Calne and Sutton Benger in Wiltshire.This is a standalone role which means you will be solely responsible for all HR related activities from establishing the organisation as a prime employment destination for the top talent in our industry, to providing a high quality and comprehensive HR service to our thriving multi-disciplinary team including performance management, payroll processing and fostering emergent talent through Apprenticeships and other training programmes, all while ensuring they remain compliant with our employment law obligations.The ideal candidate will already have at least 2-3 year's experience in an HR generalist role or experience of working within an HR services capacity, with experience in employee relations, recruitment and payroll administration.Since our client is spread across three sites, it is essential that you are able to drive and have access to your own car. This role is 37.5 hours per week, from Monday to Friday and offering a salary of £27,000.In this role, you will benefit from:Flexible workingOpportunity to study your Level 5 CIPD qualification via the HR Consultant/Partner ApprenticeshipProgramme at the beautiful Lackham campus at Wiltshire College and University CentrePaid lunch breakAccess to our Employee Assistance Programme, offering wellbeing support as well as lots of retail discountsFree yoga and well being classes led by our very own in-house Staff Wellbeing CoordinatorMembership to the NHS Pension SchemeFor the right candidate, our client will support you through your Level 5 CIPD qualification. 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.
      Are you a fabulous HR Generalist who is looking for a new challenge? Have you been working in an advisory role and now looking to take the next step in your career, or maybe you just need a change! Then look no further as Randstad HR have the opportunity as one of our clients have a fantastic opportunity. We are seeking a full-time HR Manager to join the three sites across Calne and Sutton Benger in Wiltshire.This is a standalone role which means you will be solely responsible for all HR related activities from establishing the organisation as a prime employment destination for the top talent in our industry, to providing a high quality and comprehensive HR service to our thriving multi-disciplinary team including performance management, payroll processing and fostering emergent talent through Apprenticeships and other training programmes, all while ensuring they remain compliant with our employment law obligations.The ideal candidate will already have at least 2-3 year's experience in an HR generalist role or experience of working within an HR services capacity, with experience in employee relations, recruitment and payroll administration.Since our client is spread across three sites, it is essential that you are able to drive and have access to your own car. This role is 37.5 hours per week, from Monday to Friday and offering a salary of £27,000.In this role, you will benefit from:Flexible workingOpportunity to study your Level 5 CIPD qualification via the HR Consultant/Partner ApprenticeshipProgramme at the beautiful Lackham campus at Wiltshire College and University CentrePaid lunch breakAccess to our Employee Assistance Programme, offering wellbeing support as well as lots of retail discountsFree yoga and well being classes led by our very own in-house Staff Wellbeing CoordinatorMembership to the NHS Pension SchemeFor the right candidate, our client will support you through your Level 5 CIPD qualification. 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.
      • hereford, west midlands
      • contract
      • £32,000 - £39,000 per year
      • randstad business support
      Title - Recruitment Project Officer Hours - 30 hours a weekFixed term /secondment Opportunity until 31st March 2023My client has an exciting opportunity for a Recruitment Project Officer, who will manage and be responsible for a project within the health care sector.The post holder will manage the Recruitment Assistant on a day to day basis and work with the Education Team leading on the delivery of a professional, comprehensive and efficient project, working in partnership with HR colleagues across the HR Directorate.The post holder will ensure that the project is compliant with all aspects of employment law, CQC standards and the requirements of NHSE. They will be responsible for the monitoring and management of performance indicators and ensuring a continuous improvement approach across the service delivery.If you like a challenge and have the skills and abilities to fulfil this role - we would like to hear from you!Opportunity of office and home based working.Main duties of the jobResponsible for the delivery of the programme and ensuring that the Recruitment & Retention Manager is updated regularly on progress, risks and issues.Develop and maintain relevant and standard operating procedures (SOPs) optimising the use of computerised systems (e-recruitment systems, ESR etc.) and any manual office systems.To analyse, review, and develop recruitment and retention strategies with the project, with direction from the Recruitment & Retention Manager/Head of Resourcing and the HR Business Partners, ensuring that they are aligned to Trust objectives, values and vision of strategy.To assist on the development of the candidate attraction, recruitment, assessment and on-boarding processes to promote the Trust as an employer of choice.To oversee the implementation and management of effective mechanisms to gather feedback from staff such as exit questionnaires, focus groups and pulse surveys.To assist in creating links with external organisations such as local schools, colleges, universities and employers to raise the profile of the Trust as an employer of choice.Ensure the staff member receives the relevant induction/training and development to undertake the role effectively and have regular 1:1 meetings and current KPIs and objectives that link to corporate objectives.Education & QualificationsEssential criteriaCIPD Level 5 or equivalentProject Management qualification or equivalentGeneral education to degree level or equivalent and equivalent professional experienceEvidence of continued professional developmentExperienceEssential criteriaRelevant HR experience in the NHS including some working in a recruitment environmentExperience of advising on NHS staff terms and conditions of service in relation to recruitmentKnowledge and experience of ESR or similar integrated HR/Payroll information systemExperience of using an e-recruitment systemsDesirable criteriaExperience of supervising others in a customer service environmentDemonstrable experience of working cooperatively with Trade UnionsRandstad 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.
      Title - Recruitment Project Officer Hours - 30 hours a weekFixed term /secondment Opportunity until 31st March 2023My client has an exciting opportunity for a Recruitment Project Officer, who will manage and be responsible for a project within the health care sector.The post holder will manage the Recruitment Assistant on a day to day basis and work with the Education Team leading on the delivery of a professional, comprehensive and efficient project, working in partnership with HR colleagues across the HR Directorate.The post holder will ensure that the project is compliant with all aspects of employment law, CQC standards and the requirements of NHSE. They will be responsible for the monitoring and management of performance indicators and ensuring a continuous improvement approach across the service delivery.If you like a challenge and have the skills and abilities to fulfil this role - we would like to hear from you!Opportunity of office and home based working.Main duties of the jobResponsible for the delivery of the programme and ensuring that the Recruitment & Retention Manager is updated regularly on progress, risks and issues.Develop and maintain relevant and standard operating procedures (SOPs) optimising the use of computerised systems (e-recruitment systems, ESR etc.) and any manual office systems.To analyse, review, and develop recruitment and retention strategies with the project, with direction from the Recruitment & Retention Manager/Head of Resourcing and the HR Business Partners, ensuring that they are aligned to Trust objectives, values and vision of strategy.To assist on the development of the candidate attraction, recruitment, assessment and on-boarding processes to promote the Trust as an employer of choice.To oversee the implementation and management of effective mechanisms to gather feedback from staff such as exit questionnaires, focus groups and pulse surveys.To assist in creating links with external organisations such as local schools, colleges, universities and employers to raise the profile of the Trust as an employer of choice.Ensure the staff member receives the relevant induction/training and development to undertake the role effectively and have regular 1:1 meetings and current KPIs and objectives that link to corporate objectives.Education & QualificationsEssential criteriaCIPD Level 5 or equivalentProject Management qualification or equivalentGeneral education to degree level or equivalent and equivalent professional experienceEvidence of continued professional developmentExperienceEssential criteriaRelevant HR experience in the NHS including some working in a recruitment environmentExperience of advising on NHS staff terms and conditions of service in relation to recruitmentKnowledge and experience of ESR or similar integrated HR/Payroll information systemExperience of using an e-recruitment systemsDesirable criteriaExperience of supervising others in a customer service environmentDemonstrable experience of working cooperatively with Trade UnionsRandstad 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.
      • welwyn garden city, east of england
      • permanent
      • £10,000 - £90,000, per year, Holiday, Pension
      • randstad business support
      Job Title: Operating Unit DirectorSalary: £90,000-£100,000Contract: Permanent Location: CodicoteASAP start needed!!Performance* Deliver budgeted Healthcare sector numbers for revenue, profit and cash* Ensure that every Healthcare account within your area of responsibility has a performance plan including financial, operational and client experience goals and sustainability and social value objectives.* Ensure that the right progress is made against these plans* Coach, lead and support account managers to deliver their account-level performance plans * Establish deep, strong relationships with your key clients and support and coach account managers to do the same * Put in place and deliver plans that provide a service-user experience for patients, clinicians and visitors that is second to none* Meet all required compliance standards, including technical and commercial compliance Growth* Organically grow the sector and work with Director of Healthcare to deliver the Healthcare revenue growth and margin ambitions* Support the delivery of revenue targets from our '1st' strategy - providing Projects, Energy and other products and services to current Healthcare clients* Make a significant contribution to the clients sustainability ('Plan Zero') and Social Value objectivesPerson Specification* Confident, upbeat leadership* The ability to work under pressure in a calm, positive way* Empathy for your people, your clients and your service users* A desire and ability to succeed through the success of your team* Comfortable in a job in which there are never enough hours in the day, and the ability to prioritise the use of your time to maximum effect * Able to work with numbers and in particular a business P&L* The ability to express your thoughts clearly, whether written or spoken* Evidence of experiences that have given you the Key Competencies above, whether gained through work, academic study or in the wider world and community* Experience of leading and delivering large soft services contracts including catering across multiple sites is essentialRandstad 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.
      Job Title: Operating Unit DirectorSalary: £90,000-£100,000Contract: Permanent Location: CodicoteASAP start needed!!Performance* Deliver budgeted Healthcare sector numbers for revenue, profit and cash* Ensure that every Healthcare account within your area of responsibility has a performance plan including financial, operational and client experience goals and sustainability and social value objectives.* Ensure that the right progress is made against these plans* Coach, lead and support account managers to deliver their account-level performance plans * Establish deep, strong relationships with your key clients and support and coach account managers to do the same * Put in place and deliver plans that provide a service-user experience for patients, clinicians and visitors that is second to none* Meet all required compliance standards, including technical and commercial compliance Growth* Organically grow the sector and work with Director of Healthcare to deliver the Healthcare revenue growth and margin ambitions* Support the delivery of revenue targets from our '1st' strategy - providing Projects, Energy and other products and services to current Healthcare clients* Make a significant contribution to the clients sustainability ('Plan Zero') and Social Value objectivesPerson Specification* Confident, upbeat leadership* The ability to work under pressure in a calm, positive way* Empathy for your people, your clients and your service users* A desire and ability to succeed through the success of your team* Comfortable in a job in which there are never enough hours in the day, and the ability to prioritise the use of your time to maximum effect * Able to work with numbers and in particular a business P&L* The ability to express your thoughts clearly, whether written or spoken* Evidence of experiences that have given you the Key Competencies above, whether gained through work, academic study or in the wider world and community* Experience of leading and delivering large soft services contracts including catering across multiple sites is essentialRandstad 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.
      • east sussex, south east
      • permanent
      • £55,000 - £60,000 per year
      • digby morgan
      Hybrid and permanent role.
      Hybrid and permanent role.
      • city of london, london
      • permanent
      • £40,000 per year
      • digby morgan
      Job SummaryThe HR Officer is responsible for handling day-to-day HR operations and projects, as well as the administration of HR policies and procedures. Solid experience in payroll processing and training programmes are essential. This role is an individual contributor and is reporting to Head of HR. Salary: £40k Location: London (Hybrid) Responsibilities Implement and administrate HR policies. Identify ways to improve policies and procedures; Advise colleagues on company policy, and assist with the development and implementation of new policies; Deliver effective support to the head of HR/HR team and the wider business, ensuring operational excellence across all aspects of the HR function; Work with the HR team closely to handle with different queries from the employees; Assist Head of HR to manage and develop employee benefits and compensation; Assist Head of HR on recruitment; Assist Head of HR on performance appraisal; Implement learning and development activities by coordinating training sessions, managing attendance and gathering and evaluating employee feedback; Manage company payroll and maintaining payroll record; Manage expat visa application/extension and relocation; Work closely with the HR team to contribute new ideas on employee training and development programmes; Maintain up-to-date, accessible and accurate HR records; Be familiar with Employees absence management system and other HR internal systems; Process the relevant HR invoices; Other general HR tasks, including reference letters, maintain JDs, assisting HR training sessions and interviews, etc. Other tasks assigned by Head of HR Qualifications:The successful candidate should be educated to degree level and be CIPD qualified (or working towards CIPD qualifications) Skills/Experience Good understanding of UK employment practices, employment law, UK immigration legislation and business policies Proven payroll processing experience(more than 60 employees at least); including P11D, P60 and year-end tax related matters; Proven experience in organising training sessions; having good connection with external training providers Proven HR work experience in multinational environment Excellent working knowledge of Microsoft Office package Excellent communication skills both written and spoken be flexible, and able to react quickly to the various demands of the business A team player
      Job SummaryThe HR Officer is responsible for handling day-to-day HR operations and projects, as well as the administration of HR policies and procedures. Solid experience in payroll processing and training programmes are essential. This role is an individual contributor and is reporting to Head of HR. Salary: £40k Location: London (Hybrid) Responsibilities Implement and administrate HR policies. Identify ways to improve policies and procedures; Advise colleagues on company policy, and assist with the development and implementation of new policies; Deliver effective support to the head of HR/HR team and the wider business, ensuring operational excellence across all aspects of the HR function; Work with the HR team closely to handle with different queries from the employees; Assist Head of HR to manage and develop employee benefits and compensation; Assist Head of HR on recruitment; Assist Head of HR on performance appraisal; Implement learning and development activities by coordinating training sessions, managing attendance and gathering and evaluating employee feedback; Manage company payroll and maintaining payroll record; Manage expat visa application/extension and relocation; Work closely with the HR team to contribute new ideas on employee training and development programmes; Maintain up-to-date, accessible and accurate HR records; Be familiar with Employees absence management system and other HR internal systems; Process the relevant HR invoices; Other general HR tasks, including reference letters, maintain JDs, assisting HR training sessions and interviews, etc. Other tasks assigned by Head of HR Qualifications:The successful candidate should be educated to degree level and be CIPD qualified (or working towards CIPD qualifications) Skills/Experience Good understanding of UK employment practices, employment law, UK immigration legislation and business policies Proven payroll processing experience(more than 60 employees at least); including P11D, P60 and year-end tax related matters; Proven experience in organising training sessions; having good connection with external training providers Proven HR work experience in multinational environment Excellent working knowledge of Microsoft Office package Excellent communication skills both written and spoken be flexible, and able to react quickly to the various demands of the business A team player
      • pontypridd, wales
      • temporary
      • randstad business support
      We are looking for an Admin Assistant for Rhondda Cynon Taf Council which will initially be for 6 months. The rate of pay is £19,264 per annum and the office is located at Sardis House, Sardis Road, Pontypridd CF37 1DU. KEY OBJECTIVESTo provide effective, efficient, responsive and high quality development control service. BenefitsPay £10.01 per hour£19,264 Salary per annumHoliday PayPensionWeekly PayA well experienced Randstad consultant to guide you through the application process SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITY To provide high quality technical support service, including mail, receipts, filing, photocopying, fax, scanning and word processing of correspondence and reports.To assist in the processing of planning, building regulation and other applications including registration, validation, consultation and dispatch of standard letters and decision notices.Create and update records in the database system.Scan and index documents and plans into the document management systemAssist with the timely and accurate preparation of the committee schedule.Contribute to the effective operation of the Service.Achieving the objectives and performance targets set out PERSON SPECIFICATION Knowledge of planning and/or building control functionsExperience of dealing with the general public. Working in a Team Helps and support other team membersCommunicates clearly and concisely.Uses their initiative and works without close supervisionHas strong computer skills, effectively uses current computer systems.Has a positive attitude towards helping people and is willing to go the extra mile. If you feel you are right for the role apply today or call 02920 877515 or email 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 Admin Assistant for Rhondda Cynon Taf Council which will initially be for 6 months. The rate of pay is £19,264 per annum and the office is located at Sardis House, Sardis Road, Pontypridd CF37 1DU. KEY OBJECTIVESTo provide effective, efficient, responsive and high quality development control service. BenefitsPay £10.01 per hour£19,264 Salary per annumHoliday PayPensionWeekly PayA well experienced Randstad consultant to guide you through the application process SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITY To provide high quality technical support service, including mail, receipts, filing, photocopying, fax, scanning and word processing of correspondence and reports.To assist in the processing of planning, building regulation and other applications including registration, validation, consultation and dispatch of standard letters and decision notices.Create and update records in the database system.Scan and index documents and plans into the document management systemAssist with the timely and accurate preparation of the committee schedule.Contribute to the effective operation of the Service.Achieving the objectives and performance targets set out PERSON SPECIFICATION Knowledge of planning and/or building control functionsExperience of dealing with the general public. Working in a Team Helps and support other team membersCommunicates clearly and concisely.Uses their initiative and works without close supervisionHas strong computer skills, effectively uses current computer systems.Has a positive attitude towards helping people and is willing to go the extra mile. If you feel you are right for the role apply today or call 02920 877515 or email 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.
      • london, london
      • permanent
      • £70,000 - £90,000 per year
      • digby morgan
      Digby Morgan are currently working with an exciting Tech Start-up currrently in the process of scaling up the business.The role offers a great opportunity for a HR and Recruitment focused professional to comee in and help drive growth and attract top tech talent into the organisation.This role is perfect for someone with drive and passion to help drive things forward and buy into the ethos of the organisation. Job Role:Recruiting (including tech specific roles)General people operations, including all HR mattersWorking with senior leadership to implement career progression and development strategiesPeople management and developmentScaling a people function from 25-100Supporting our CEO with ad-hoc projects Experiance in:Leading HR FunctionTech RecruitmentStart-up enviornmentScale-up
      Digby Morgan are currently working with an exciting Tech Start-up currrently in the process of scaling up the business.The role offers a great opportunity for a HR and Recruitment focused professional to comee in and help drive growth and attract top tech talent into the organisation.This role is perfect for someone with drive and passion to help drive things forward and buy into the ethos of the organisation. Job Role:Recruiting (including tech specific roles)General people operations, including all HR mattersWorking with senior leadership to implement career progression and development strategiesPeople management and developmentScaling a people function from 25-100Supporting our CEO with ad-hoc projects Experiance in:Leading HR FunctionTech RecruitmentStart-up enviornmentScale-up
      • london, london
      • permanent
      • £65,000 - £85,000 per year
      • digby morgan
      Digby Morgan are currently working with a rapidly growing Tech Organisation who are recruiting for a Senior Technical Recruiter to help drive the organisation forward and bring in some of the best talent in the market.They are looking for an experienced Tech Recruiter who is comfortable with hard to fill and niche requirements. Job Role:End to End RecruitmentStakeholder managementOffer negotiationJob advertisingScreening,Assessing candidatesUsing various platforms to find hard-to-fill roles
      Digby Morgan are currently working with a rapidly growing Tech Organisation who are recruiting for a Senior Technical Recruiter to help drive the organisation forward and bring in some of the best talent in the market.They are looking for an experienced Tech Recruiter who is comfortable with hard to fill and niche requirements. Job Role:End to End RecruitmentStakeholder managementOffer negotiationJob advertisingScreening,Assessing candidatesUsing various platforms to find hard-to-fill roles
      • welwyn garden city, east of england
      • work from home - contract
      • randstad business support
      Have you got good ICT and research skills? Have you got project support experience? Are you organised and able to work to deadlines?If so, Hertfordshire Police are looking for someone like you to join the Seven Force Strategic Collaboration Programme as a Development and Support Officer. Role: Seven Forces Development and Support OfficerLocation: Remote / Welwyn Garden CityRate: £13.48 per hourContract Length: Until Sep 2022 initiallyShift Patterns: 37 hours per week, Monday to Friday Responsibilities: Carry out research both within force and externally to establish information such as best practice and options for changeData collection, input and analysis to produce reports for presentation to senior board and during project meetingsReport writing and maintaining project records and databasesFacilitation of workshop meetings and events and preparation and circulation of papersImplementation of change plansProblem resolution and escalation where necessarySupport Continuous ImprovementEssential Requirements: Demonstrable experience in a project role and/or experience researching organisational projectsAbility to manage change and time management skillsExperience in supporting teams in large organisationsExcellent communication and interpersonal skillsExcellent ICT skills including good working knowledge of Excel Desirable Requirements: Knowledge of project methodology such as Prince2 and Continuous ImprovementKnowledge of Police and their internal structure Benefits: Advice and editing on your current CVDedicated team throughout your journey within the rolePaid holidayOpportunity for progression into permanent rolesCompetitive rates of payDoes this role sound interesting? Apply today and a member of the team will be in contact if you meet our requirements. All applicants are subject to vetting checks including: Right to work check, DBS check and reference check.Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
      Have you got good ICT and research skills? Have you got project support experience? Are you organised and able to work to deadlines?If so, Hertfordshire Police are looking for someone like you to join the Seven Force Strategic Collaboration Programme as a Development and Support Officer. Role: Seven Forces Development and Support OfficerLocation: Remote / Welwyn Garden CityRate: £13.48 per hourContract Length: Until Sep 2022 initiallyShift Patterns: 37 hours per week, Monday to Friday Responsibilities: Carry out research both within force and externally to establish information such as best practice and options for changeData collection, input and analysis to produce reports for presentation to senior board and during project meetingsReport writing and maintaining project records and databasesFacilitation of workshop meetings and events and preparation and circulation of papersImplementation of change plansProblem resolution and escalation where necessarySupport Continuous ImprovementEssential Requirements: Demonstrable experience in a project role and/or experience researching organisational projectsAbility to manage change and time management skillsExperience in supporting teams in large organisationsExcellent communication and interpersonal skillsExcellent ICT skills including good working knowledge of Excel Desirable Requirements: Knowledge of project methodology such as Prince2 and Continuous ImprovementKnowledge of Police and their internal structure Benefits: Advice and editing on your current CVDedicated team throughout your journey within the rolePaid holidayOpportunity for progression into permanent rolesCompetitive rates of payDoes this role sound interesting? Apply today and a member of the team will be in contact if you meet our requirements. All applicants are subject to vetting checks including: Right to work check, DBS check and reference check.Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
      • leatherhead, south east
      • contract
      • £50,000 - £60,000 per year
      • randstad business support
      Job Role: Payroll ManagerLocation: Leatherhead (Hybrid working)Type: 6 month contract We are recruiting on behalf of a global health company, dedicated to supporting customers and their businesses. Our client discovers, develops, manufactures and commercialises medicines, vaccines and diagnostic products with an ethos of innovation and continuous improvement. Key responsibilities:Pre- Payroll activities: Prepare payroll for submission to payroll vendor by collating email and HR systeminformation, making sure all is submitted timely and approvedCooperation with and coordination of external payroll vendor; responding to vendor inquiries concerningpayroll for assigned countriesPost payroll activities, such as banking, benefit- and or other necessary reportingCompletes payroll reports for record-keeping purposes, Finance and managerial reviewEnsure all PAYE monthly returns are completed accurately, and the payments madePrepare Year End returns as appropriate.Process timely returns to all statutory bodies.Key requirements:Prior experience of managing Payroll and related activities is a mustRelevant experience required; preferably in a multinational/global companyExcellent interpersonal/influencing skills, and skilled in developing professional relationships with colleagues, supervisors, and peers including the ability to communicate with different stakeholders on different levels in the organization and operate in multicultural/ international environmentAbility to maintain confidentiality as appropriate Please apply with an up to date CV today!Please apply with an up to date CV today! Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.
      Job Role: Payroll ManagerLocation: Leatherhead (Hybrid working)Type: 6 month contract We are recruiting on behalf of a global health company, dedicated to supporting customers and their businesses. Our client discovers, develops, manufactures and commercialises medicines, vaccines and diagnostic products with an ethos of innovation and continuous improvement. Key responsibilities:Pre- Payroll activities: Prepare payroll for submission to payroll vendor by collating email and HR systeminformation, making sure all is submitted timely and approvedCooperation with and coordination of external payroll vendor; responding to vendor inquiries concerningpayroll for assigned countriesPost payroll activities, such as banking, benefit- and or other necessary reportingCompletes payroll reports for record-keeping purposes, Finance and managerial reviewEnsure all PAYE monthly returns are completed accurately, and the payments madePrepare Year End returns as appropriate.Process timely returns to all statutory bodies.Key requirements:Prior experience of managing Payroll and related activities is a mustRelevant experience required; preferably in a multinational/global companyExcellent interpersonal/influencing skills, and skilled in developing professional relationships with colleagues, supervisors, and peers including the ability to communicate with different stakeholders on different levels in the organization and operate in multicultural/ international environmentAbility to maintain confidentiality as appropriate Please apply with an up to date CV today!Please apply with an up to date CV today! Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.
      • solihull, west midlands
      • permanent
      • £26,000 - £30,000 per year
      • randstad business support
      We are looking for a self-starting and organised generalist HR Manager to join a growing SME business based in Solihull on a part-time basis. This is a fantastic opportunity to really help shape an organisation, help amplify such a great company culture and implement policies, procedures with employee welfare at the heart of what you do. RoleSalary circa £26k-£30K for 25 hours per week over 5 days (not pro rota) 25 days holiday + BH 9.30 AM - 14:30 AM - can be flexible with hours Annual summer and christmas parties Daily Responsibilities; Being the site contact for all employment matters, including grievances, disciplinaries, performance management and other case workSet up and ensure annual reviews and monthly check-ins are conducted by line managers in accordance with the Company frameworkImplement a learning and development programme to drive internal performance, retention and profitabilityStrive to engender a productive and happy working environment.Set up HR systems and processesRecruitment and all associated administration and complianceManage time and attendance, and ensure all matters are dealt with professionally, fairly and consistentlyEnsuring policies and procedures are kept up to dateEmployee welfare and engagementMaintaining personnel records, PeopleHR system and ensuring all policies and processes are kept in line with legislationAnnual reviews of HR related suppliersAs we are a small company so the role will range from all aspects of HR administration to involvement in strategic HR projectsAbout you?Be an existing HR Manager, Assistant HR Manager or Senior HR Advisor or equivalent.Worked in a standalone HR position (desirable) Good/high level of practical experience with Employment LawAble to work discreetly and sensitively in a smaller organisationCIPD qualified or equivalent experienceExperience of working within a manufacturing environment is highly desirable.Apply today! 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 a self-starting and organised generalist HR Manager to join a growing SME business based in Solihull on a part-time basis. This is a fantastic opportunity to really help shape an organisation, help amplify such a great company culture and implement policies, procedures with employee welfare at the heart of what you do. RoleSalary circa £26k-£30K for 25 hours per week over 5 days (not pro rota) 25 days holiday + BH 9.30 AM - 14:30 AM - can be flexible with hours Annual summer and christmas parties Daily Responsibilities; Being the site contact for all employment matters, including grievances, disciplinaries, performance management and other case workSet up and ensure annual reviews and monthly check-ins are conducted by line managers in accordance with the Company frameworkImplement a learning and development programme to drive internal performance, retention and profitabilityStrive to engender a productive and happy working environment.Set up HR systems and processesRecruitment and all associated administration and complianceManage time and attendance, and ensure all matters are dealt with professionally, fairly and consistentlyEnsuring policies and procedures are kept up to dateEmployee welfare and engagementMaintaining personnel records, PeopleHR system and ensuring all policies and processes are kept in line with legislationAnnual reviews of HR related suppliersAs we are a small company so the role will range from all aspects of HR administration to involvement in strategic HR projectsAbout you?Be an existing HR Manager, Assistant HR Manager or Senior HR Advisor or equivalent.Worked in a standalone HR position (desirable) Good/high level of practical experience with Employment LawAble to work discreetly and sensitively in a smaller organisationCIPD qualified or equivalent experienceExperience of working within a manufacturing environment is highly desirable.Apply today! 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.
      • london, london
      • permanent
      • £30,000 - £32,500, per year, Company Benefits
      • randstad business support
      An exciting opportunity for a fluent Dutch and English speaking Recruiter to join an organisation that provides linguistic services to their clients. The role sits within the linguistic recruitment team and will initially be supporting with the recruitment for an exciting new project and getting involved in the strategic direction. You will be:Sourcing and recruiting for candidates thinking outside of the box to attract new candidatesRemotely conduct interviews with candidates from various locationsrequired to converse with clients and candidates in dutchBe able to sell the business and benefits to the candidatesEnsuring compliance of all your candidates is completedBe a key point of contact between candidates and clients Handling multiple requirements and candidates at any one time in high volumesTo be successful in this role: It is essential you speak fluent dutch and English to be considered for this role, please ensure this is included in your applicationPrevious recruitment experience is highly beneficial or High volume call centre and negotiation experience Be organised and manage your time wellConfident in recruiting via various channels including social media This is a full time, permanent, remote based opportunity with a salary on offer up to £32,500 + company benefits. Please apply now for immediate consideration 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.
      An exciting opportunity for a fluent Dutch and English speaking Recruiter to join an organisation that provides linguistic services to their clients. The role sits within the linguistic recruitment team and will initially be supporting with the recruitment for an exciting new project and getting involved in the strategic direction. You will be:Sourcing and recruiting for candidates thinking outside of the box to attract new candidatesRemotely conduct interviews with candidates from various locationsrequired to converse with clients and candidates in dutchBe able to sell the business and benefits to the candidatesEnsuring compliance of all your candidates is completedBe a key point of contact between candidates and clients Handling multiple requirements and candidates at any one time in high volumesTo be successful in this role: It is essential you speak fluent dutch and English to be considered for this role, please ensure this is included in your applicationPrevious recruitment experience is highly beneficial or High volume call centre and negotiation experience Be organised and manage your time wellConfident in recruiting via various channels including social media This is a full time, permanent, remote based opportunity with a salary on offer up to £32,500 + company benefits. Please apply now for immediate consideration 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.
      • oxford, south east
      • contract
      • £25,000 - £28,000 per year
      • randstad business support
      JOB TITLE: Talent Acquisition CoordinatorPAY RATE: NegotiableCONTRACT: 12 months minimumLOCATION: Witney - Hybrid We are recruiting on behalf of a global business in Oxfordshire, who are looking for an efficient, enthusiastic TA Coordinator to join a high performing team. The internal TA team supports all divisions of the business, meaning this is an extremely varied role where you will gain experience across all levels and sectors. You will be involved in all aspects of internal recruitment, including advertising, job fairs, screening applicants and working with managers to ensure the best quality candidates are joining the business. This is an exciting opportunity to get your foot in the door with a world-leader in their field. Responsibilities: Serves as a point of contact to deliver a best in class experience for candidates and hiring managers at all levels.Maintain accurate and up-to-date requisition and candidate information in our Applicant Tracking System (ATS) Workday, including posting of requisitions via associated sourcing tools, offer management and hiring process completion.Provide 1st level CV screen on requisitions to TA specialists.Supports TA Managers / Senior TA Recruiter in pipelining, market mapping and candidate sourcing.Ensuring that all relevant communication to managers and candidates are sent out during the recruitment process. Requirements: Customer and candidate focus with critical thinking and problem-solving skills;Ability to manage multiple tasks with frequent interruptions, ensuring timely and accurate completion of required tasksEffective communication and organisational skillsHighly-engaged team memberEnd to end recruitment process knowledge is desirableUniversity degree is desirable There is potential for further growth in this role. Please apply with an up to date CV today!Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.
      JOB TITLE: Talent Acquisition CoordinatorPAY RATE: NegotiableCONTRACT: 12 months minimumLOCATION: Witney - Hybrid We are recruiting on behalf of a global business in Oxfordshire, who are looking for an efficient, enthusiastic TA Coordinator to join a high performing team. The internal TA team supports all divisions of the business, meaning this is an extremely varied role where you will gain experience across all levels and sectors. You will be involved in all aspects of internal recruitment, including advertising, job fairs, screening applicants and working with managers to ensure the best quality candidates are joining the business. This is an exciting opportunity to get your foot in the door with a world-leader in their field. Responsibilities: Serves as a point of contact to deliver a best in class experience for candidates and hiring managers at all levels.Maintain accurate and up-to-date requisition and candidate information in our Applicant Tracking System (ATS) Workday, including posting of requisitions via associated sourcing tools, offer management and hiring process completion.Provide 1st level CV screen on requisitions to TA specialists.Supports TA Managers / Senior TA Recruiter in pipelining, market mapping and candidate sourcing.Ensuring that all relevant communication to managers and candidates are sent out during the recruitment process. Requirements: Customer and candidate focus with critical thinking and problem-solving skills;Ability to manage multiple tasks with frequent interruptions, ensuring timely and accurate completion of required tasksEffective communication and organisational skillsHighly-engaged team memberEnd to end recruitment process knowledge is desirableUniversity degree is desirable There is potential for further growth in this role. Please apply with an up to date CV today!Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.
      • port talbot, wales
      • permanent
      • £38,000 - £40,000 per year
      • randstad business support
      Are you a Senior Consultant or Recruitment Manager looking to move to in house? We are looking for an experienced agency recruiter with management / team leader experience to join a global brand based in Port Talbot and bring new and innovative ideas to already established recruitment team. Our client offers hybrid working, with 2/3 days a week working from home as well these fantastic benefits35 days holidays per annumAnnual Bonus Scheme - subject to business performancePrivate Healthcare Scheme (Individual cover)One of the UK's leading defined contribution pension schemes (10% employer contribution / 6% employee contribution)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.
      Are you a Senior Consultant or Recruitment Manager looking to move to in house? We are looking for an experienced agency recruiter with management / team leader experience to join a global brand based in Port Talbot and bring new and innovative ideas to already established recruitment team. Our client offers hybrid working, with 2/3 days a week working from home as well these fantastic benefits35 days holidays per annumAnnual Bonus Scheme - subject to business performancePrivate Healthcare Scheme (Individual cover)One of the UK's leading defined contribution pension schemes (10% employer contribution / 6% employee contribution)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.
      • london, london
      • temporary
      • £180 - £200 per day
      • randstad business support
      Job Title: Onboarding SpecialistDuration: 4 MonthsLocation: LondonSalary: £180 - £200 per dayBenefits:* Pension Scheme* Accrued/Rolled-Up Holiday Pay* Weekly Pay* Established organisationDuties:* Establishes strong relationships across all teams in the recruitment, hiring andonboarding process* Owns and co-ordinates the onboarding process from offer to day one for the new hires* Tracks current status, action owners & completion dates for each hire in format that all interested parties can easily consume* Proactively unblocks any impediments to the on-boarding process for all new hires* Responds to questions and queries related to the new hires* Publishes regular status updates (weekly and ad-hoc on request) for each of the roles being recruited* Responsible for overseeing the background checking process and administering the in-house background checks for new joiners, where relevant* Ensuring that all candidates have the correct paperwork, and that hiring managers are kept informed of the candidate journey* Co-ordinating all post-offer administrative tasks with candidates and liaising with HR, SSC and Hiring Manager to ensure completionSkills:* Demonstrable ability to build strong relationships across multiple delivery teams and cultures* People focused but able to define and follow clear efficient processes in a complexorganisation* Very highly organised with problem solving skills and a "can-do" attitude* Customer focus, diplomacy, tact and demonstrable stakeholder management skills areessential* Skilled in the basic use of Microsoft Office products (especially Excel and Word)* Prior experience in a similar or related role would be beneficial but not essential* Experience working in a FTSE 100 or 250 company* Previous experience of Recruitment and or experience working with an ATS and Workday desirableIf this is something that may interest you, please apply today!*Please note: Due to the high volume of responses received for this role we will not be able to contact all applicants directly. If you have not heard from us in four weeks please consider your application unsuccessful.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.
      Job Title: Onboarding SpecialistDuration: 4 MonthsLocation: LondonSalary: £180 - £200 per dayBenefits:* Pension Scheme* Accrued/Rolled-Up Holiday Pay* Weekly Pay* Established organisationDuties:* Establishes strong relationships across all teams in the recruitment, hiring andonboarding process* Owns and co-ordinates the onboarding process from offer to day one for the new hires* Tracks current status, action owners & completion dates for each hire in format that all interested parties can easily consume* Proactively unblocks any impediments to the on-boarding process for all new hires* Responds to questions and queries related to the new hires* Publishes regular status updates (weekly and ad-hoc on request) for each of the roles being recruited* Responsible for overseeing the background checking process and administering the in-house background checks for new joiners, where relevant* Ensuring that all candidates have the correct paperwork, and that hiring managers are kept informed of the candidate journey* Co-ordinating all post-offer administrative tasks with candidates and liaising with HR, SSC and Hiring Manager to ensure completionSkills:* Demonstrable ability to build strong relationships across multiple delivery teams and cultures* People focused but able to define and follow clear efficient processes in a complexorganisation* Very highly organised with problem solving skills and a "can-do" attitude* Customer focus, diplomacy, tact and demonstrable stakeholder management skills areessential* Skilled in the basic use of Microsoft Office products (especially Excel and Word)* Prior experience in a similar or related role would be beneficial but not essential* Experience working in a FTSE 100 or 250 company* Previous experience of Recruitment and or experience working with an ATS and Workday desirableIf this is something that may interest you, please apply today!*Please note: Due to the high volume of responses received for this role we will not be able to contact all applicants directly. If you have not heard from us in four weeks please consider your application unsuccessful.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.
      • london, london
      • permanent
      • £45,000 - £50,000 per year
      • digby morgan
      Digby Morgan are thrilled to be working with an outstanding organisation in the Food/Beverage Industry who are looking for an experienced Human Resources Manager to join their organisation at an exciting time.This is a fantastic opportunity to join an exciting organisation and really make the role your own. You will be given the opportunity to develop and grow the HR department for the organisation. This is a great opportunity to showcase your skills and experience and really make a difference and contribute to the success of the organisation.Requirements:CIPD Qualified, or equivalent experience.Experience of Managing a HR department and initiating new policies and processes for the People agenda of the organisation.Strong Generalist exposure, covering all aspects of HR including Recruitment, Learning and Development, Employee Relations, Performance Management and Policies.Strong ability to work on your own initiative and hit the ground running.Stakeholder management skills with the ability to communicate effectively with all levels of the organisation.The ability to problem solve and make the right decisions for future growth.
      Digby Morgan are thrilled to be working with an outstanding organisation in the Food/Beverage Industry who are looking for an experienced Human Resources Manager to join their organisation at an exciting time.This is a fantastic opportunity to join an exciting organisation and really make the role your own. You will be given the opportunity to develop and grow the HR department for the organisation. This is a great opportunity to showcase your skills and experience and really make a difference and contribute to the success of the organisation.Requirements:CIPD Qualified, or equivalent experience.Experience of Managing a HR department and initiating new policies and processes for the People agenda of the organisation.Strong Generalist exposure, covering all aspects of HR including Recruitment, Learning and Development, Employee Relations, Performance Management and Policies.Strong ability to work on your own initiative and hit the ground running.Stakeholder management skills with the ability to communicate effectively with all levels of the organisation.The ability to problem solve and make the right decisions for future growth.
      • london, london
      • permanent
      • £45,000 - £50,000 per year
      • digby morgan
      Digby Morgan are thrilled to be working with an outstanding Charity who are thriving to make Donating and giving to and who are looking for an experienced Human Resources Manager to join their organisation at an exciting time.Working as a Standalone HR Manager, reporting directly into the CEO, you will have the opportunity to make this position your own. You will be given the opportunity to develop the HR function within the Charity and align the People goals with the overall organisational Strategy. The successful candidate will have had experience in building a HR function from scratch and have very strong people management skills partnered with strong influencing and negotiation skills.Requirements:CIPD Qualified, or equivalent experience.Experience of building a HR function in an organisationStrong Generalist exposure, covering all aspects of HR including Recruitment, Learning and Development, Employee Relations, Performance Management, Change Management and Remuneration and Reward.Strong ability to work on your own initiative and hit the ground running.Stakeholder management skills with the ability to communicate effectively with all levels of the organisation with strong influencing skills.The ability to problem solve and make the right decisions for future growth.
      Digby Morgan are thrilled to be working with an outstanding Charity who are thriving to make Donating and giving to and who are looking for an experienced Human Resources Manager to join their organisation at an exciting time.Working as a Standalone HR Manager, reporting directly into the CEO, you will have the opportunity to make this position your own. You will be given the opportunity to develop the HR function within the Charity and align the People goals with the overall organisational Strategy. The successful candidate will have had experience in building a HR function from scratch and have very strong people management skills partnered with strong influencing and negotiation skills.Requirements:CIPD Qualified, or equivalent experience.Experience of building a HR function in an organisationStrong Generalist exposure, covering all aspects of HR including Recruitment, Learning and Development, Employee Relations, Performance Management, Change Management and Remuneration and Reward.Strong ability to work on your own initiative and hit the ground running.Stakeholder management skills with the ability to communicate effectively with all levels of the organisation with strong influencing skills.The ability to problem solve and make the right decisions for future growth.
      • london, london
      • work from home - contract
      • £30,000 - £40,000 per year
      • digby morgan
      Digby Morgan are delighted to be working with DS Smith, who are currently looking for a HR Analyst to join their team on an Interim basis. DS Smith are a major Global Organisation in the Packaging Manufacturing Industry. They operate in over 36 countries and employ over 30,000 employees.DS Smith are looking for an enthusiastic and driven Human Resources and Analyst Professional to hit the ground running at an exciting time for the organisation. This role is a fantastic opportunity for an established Human Resources Professional to join their existing team and work with them to deliver tasks and support the development of a new Department and structure within the organisation.RequirementsProven experience in a similar HR Analyst role or relevant experience in a HR Generalist position.Proficient skills with Microsoft packages, especially Excel. Preferable experience with Workday - but not essential.Strong Knowledge of Generalist HR initiatives and processes.Strong interpersonal and customer service skills with the ability to build strong professional relationships across all levels of the organisation including Senior Stakeholders.
      Digby Morgan are delighted to be working with DS Smith, who are currently looking for a HR Analyst to join their team on an Interim basis. DS Smith are a major Global Organisation in the Packaging Manufacturing Industry. They operate in over 36 countries and employ over 30,000 employees.DS Smith are looking for an enthusiastic and driven Human Resources and Analyst Professional to hit the ground running at an exciting time for the organisation. This role is a fantastic opportunity for an established Human Resources Professional to join their existing team and work with them to deliver tasks and support the development of a new Department and structure within the organisation.RequirementsProven experience in a similar HR Analyst role or relevant experience in a HR Generalist position.Proficient skills with Microsoft packages, especially Excel. Preferable experience with Workday - but not essential.Strong Knowledge of Generalist HR initiatives and processes.Strong interpersonal and customer service skills with the ability to build strong professional relationships across all levels of the organisation including Senior Stakeholders.
      • port talbot, wales
      • permanent
      • £34,000 - £44,000 per year
      • randstad business support
      Job Title: Area HR ManagerFunction: Human ResourcesLocation: Port TalbotSalary: £34,000 - £44,000, dependent on experienceContract: Fixed Term - 12 Month Contract My client currently has the opportunity to add to that strength, by recruiting an experienced HR Professional into the role Area HR Manager.The RoleAs the Area HR Manager, you will work as part of a wider team, but be responsible for leading and implementing the people plan for business / functional teams across your own area of the business.In this capacity you will act as HR Partner to the Area Management Teams. You key accountabilities will include, but not be limited to the following.To develop a local people plan aligned to the HR strategy and implement using the relevant HR policies, processes and products for best value.To drive improvement in organisational capability and add value to the local business through the delivery of key people metrics (KPI's).To design and implement reorganisation and change programmes with the area management team ensuring that information and consultation requirements are met. To drive communication, engagement and action planning to improve how people feel by robust actions to deliver improvements. Conduct surveys, focus groups and design workforce communications to ensure improved engagement.To Identify and design, in partnership with L&D, specific change programmes for the partnered areas to enable achievement of the people strategy, including determining the expected impact on change and how stakeholders should be managed.To translate people capability (skills) and capacity (manning) needs over the short and medium term into workforce and annual plans.To develop the people leadership capability by coaching line managers to undertake their people responsibilities effectively and confidentlyTo manage talent within the areas to ensure: development plans are actioned; skills and capability is driven, opportunities to broaden people for the future are taken and leaders for the future are developed. Provide guidance on how to identify, manage and develop key talent within the area.To coach line management in people leadership to improve retention, absenteeism and employee performance.To lead employee information and consultation processes, collective bargaining and negotiation for the area of influence, for example, departmental bonus negotiations and local consultationTo be responsible for IR and ER cases and ensuring the right outcome is delivered with minimization of risks. (TU engagement / partnerships) The Candidate As the Area HR Manager you will be a well rounded HR professional with a track record of success and either a professional academic qualification or extensive practical experience to support this. You will need to be experienced in the following areas: Project management / implementation of change programmesUnderstanding of the implementation and use of planning and continuous improvement processes inc. Data gathering and analysisBroad HR knowledge base and practical application of thislegal and regulatory frameworks surrounding peopleUnderstanding of key business principles and frameworks (e.g. financial)Change management and organisational development skillsCoaching managers and facilitationOrganisational and planning skills - ability to work to tight deadlines with the flexibility and ability to prioritise tasks for self and othersInfluencing and challenging othersThe BenefitsA market competitive salary35 days holidays per annumAnnual Pay ReviewAnnual Bonus Scheme - subject to business performancePrivate Healthcare Scheme (Individual cover)One of the UK's leading defined contribution pension schemes (10% employer contribution / 6% employee contribution) We also have an extensive list of lifestyle benefits including free onsite parking at all of our sites, an employee assistance programme as well as discounts with local and national retailers and services. 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.
      Job Title: Area HR ManagerFunction: Human ResourcesLocation: Port TalbotSalary: £34,000 - £44,000, dependent on experienceContract: Fixed Term - 12 Month Contract My client currently has the opportunity to add to that strength, by recruiting an experienced HR Professional into the role Area HR Manager.The RoleAs the Area HR Manager, you will work as part of a wider team, but be responsible for leading and implementing the people plan for business / functional teams across your own area of the business.In this capacity you will act as HR Partner to the Area Management Teams. You key accountabilities will include, but not be limited to the following.To develop a local people plan aligned to the HR strategy and implement using the relevant HR policies, processes and products for best value.To drive improvement in organisational capability and add value to the local business through the delivery of key people metrics (KPI's).To design and implement reorganisation and change programmes with the area management team ensuring that information and consultation requirements are met. To drive communication, engagement and action planning to improve how people feel by robust actions to deliver improvements. Conduct surveys, focus groups and design workforce communications to ensure improved engagement.To Identify and design, in partnership with L&D, specific change programmes for the partnered areas to enable achievement of the people strategy, including determining the expected impact on change and how stakeholders should be managed.To translate people capability (skills) and capacity (manning) needs over the short and medium term into workforce and annual plans.To develop the people leadership capability by coaching line managers to undertake their people responsibilities effectively and confidentlyTo manage talent within the areas to ensure: development plans are actioned; skills and capability is driven, opportunities to broaden people for the future are taken and leaders for the future are developed. Provide guidance on how to identify, manage and develop key talent within the area.To coach line management in people leadership to improve retention, absenteeism and employee performance.To lead employee information and consultation processes, collective bargaining and negotiation for the area of influence, for example, departmental bonus negotiations and local consultationTo be responsible for IR and ER cases and ensuring the right outcome is delivered with minimization of risks. (TU engagement / partnerships) The Candidate As the Area HR Manager you will be a well rounded HR professional with a track record of success and either a professional academic qualification or extensive practical experience to support this. You will need to be experienced in the following areas: Project management / implementation of change programmesUnderstanding of the implementation and use of planning and continuous improvement processes inc. Data gathering and analysisBroad HR knowledge base and practical application of thislegal and regulatory frameworks surrounding peopleUnderstanding of key business principles and frameworks (e.g. financial)Change management and organisational development skillsCoaching managers and facilitationOrganisational and planning skills - ability to work to tight deadlines with the flexibility and ability to prioritise tasks for self and othersInfluencing and challenging othersThe BenefitsA market competitive salary35 days holidays per annumAnnual Pay ReviewAnnual Bonus Scheme - subject to business performancePrivate Healthcare Scheme (Individual cover)One of the UK's leading defined contribution pension schemes (10% employer contribution / 6% employee contribution) We also have an extensive list of lifestyle benefits including free onsite parking at all of our sites, an employee assistance programme as well as discounts with local and national retailers and services. 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.
      • maidenhead, south east
      • temp to perm
      • £14.00 - £14.70 per hour
      • randstad business support
      Are you an experienced Recruitment Coordinator / Administrator looking for your next role? An exciting opportunity to join a large organisation on a 12 month contract with a potential to go permanent has become available.You will be responsible for:Training managers on the VMS system (engage)Raising vacanciesReviewing and improving job templates and descriptionsAuditing documentationTraining on the EISP assessment tool and advising on assessment completionsResponding to queriesBooking meetings and taking minutesWorking alongside the recruitment business partner and assisting with administrative tasksTo be successful in this role, you will:Previous experience in a Recruitment Coordinator or Recruitment Assistant roleStrong attention to detailPrevious experience with Engage would be highly beneficialThis is a full time contract position for 12 months with a potential to lead to a permanent role. They offer hybrid / flexible working.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.
      Are you an experienced Recruitment Coordinator / Administrator looking for your next role? An exciting opportunity to join a large organisation on a 12 month contract with a potential to go permanent has become available.You will be responsible for:Training managers on the VMS system (engage)Raising vacanciesReviewing and improving job templates and descriptionsAuditing documentationTraining on the EISP assessment tool and advising on assessment completionsResponding to queriesBooking meetings and taking minutesWorking alongside the recruitment business partner and assisting with administrative tasksTo be successful in this role, you will:Previous experience in a Recruitment Coordinator or Recruitment Assistant roleStrong attention to detailPrevious experience with Engage would be highly beneficialThis is a full time contract position for 12 months with a potential to lead to a permanent role. They offer hybrid / flexible working.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.
      • suffolk, east of england
      • permanent
      • randstad business support
      Have you got experience in HR? Have you got a good working knowledge of the employee lifecycle? Have you got good administrative skills?Suffolk Constabulary have an opportunity for a HR Assistant to join their team. This role is ideal for someone with HR experience looking for an exciting organisation in which to develop their skills. Role: HR AssistantLocation: Martlesham Police Headquarters, Portal Ave, Martlesham Heath, Martlesham, Ipswich IP5 3QS Rate: £10.95 p/hContract length: PermanentWorking hours: Full time 37 p/w Responsibilities:To administrate as requested key digital processes or routine transactions.To take responsibility for improving processes and ways of working, optimising the use of digital technologyTo work as part of a team in developing consistent HR practice, knowledge and expertise.To provide data and insight gained from those HR processes.To provide first line support to customers.Essential requirements:Willing to travel if requiredWilling to be Police vetted (enhanced background check)Proven experience of system maintenance and processes, working with different technological and digital solutions.Strong use of excel and all Microsoft applicationsExcellent communication and interpersonal skills working with people of all levels in the organisationDesirable requirements:Driving license and use of a carTechnical experience in one or more of the HR systems suite (iTrent, Sugar CRM, Northgate CARM, Eopas, Learning Pool, Oleeo)Experience of running Business Objects reportsBenefits:Advice and editing on your current CVDedicated team throughout your journey within the rolePaid holidayExclusive online services including restaurant and retail discountsDoes this role sound interesting? Apply today and a member of the team will be in contact if you meet our requirements.All applicants are subject to vetting checks including: Right to work check, DBS check and reference check.Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.
      Have you got experience in HR? Have you got a good working knowledge of the employee lifecycle? Have you got good administrative skills?Suffolk Constabulary have an opportunity for a HR Assistant to join their team. This role is ideal for someone with HR experience looking for an exciting organisation in which to develop their skills. Role: HR AssistantLocation: Martlesham Police Headquarters, Portal Ave, Martlesham Heath, Martlesham, Ipswich IP5 3QS Rate: £10.95 p/hContract length: PermanentWorking hours: Full time 37 p/w Responsibilities:To administrate as requested key digital processes or routine transactions.To take responsibility for improving processes and ways of working, optimising the use of digital technologyTo work as part of a team in developing consistent HR practice, knowledge and expertise.To provide data and insight gained from those HR processes.To provide first line support to customers.Essential requirements:Willing to travel if requiredWilling to be Police vetted (enhanced background check)Proven experience of system maintenance and processes, working with different technological and digital solutions.Strong use of excel and all Microsoft applicationsExcellent communication and interpersonal skills working with people of all levels in the organisationDesirable requirements:Driving license and use of a carTechnical experience in one or more of the HR systems suite (iTrent, Sugar CRM, Northgate CARM, Eopas, Learning Pool, Oleeo)Experience of running Business Objects reportsBenefits:Advice and editing on your current CVDedicated team throughout your journey within the rolePaid holidayExclusive online services including restaurant and retail discountsDoes this role sound interesting? Apply today and a member of the team will be in contact if you meet our requirements.All applicants are subject to vetting checks including: Right to work check, DBS check and reference check.Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.
      • houghton le spring, north east
      • permanent
      • £32,000 - £35,000 per year
      • randstad business support
      Are you a HR Advisor looking for a step up?Are you a HR Manager looking for your next challenge?An exciting opportunity for an experienced HR professional with all round generalist experience has become available to join a fast growing business.This is initially a stand alone opportunity to join the business as their HR Manager and develop with the role and the team as the business grows.You will be responsible for all generalist HR day to day duties such as:HR administration - Ensuring all employee data is kept accurate an up to date, Offer letters and contracts.ER case managementProviding recommendations for improvements on areas such as HR systems and BenefitsPayroll - Assessing the current payroll process's and system and recommending improvements along with ensuring new starters and leavers information, contracts and benefits changes are completed.Reviewing, updating and implementing policy's and proceduresFirst point of contact for all HR queriesTo be considered for this position you will:Have strong generalist HR experienceStrong ER case work experienceIdeally have previously worked in a stand alone HR positionStrong knowledge of the manufacturing industry would be an advantageRelevant degree or minimum Level 5 CIPD qualificationThis is a really exciting opportunity for someone to build the HR area of this business from the ground up whilst also developing themselves!Please apply now for immediate consideration.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.
      Are you a HR Advisor looking for a step up?Are you a HR Manager looking for your next challenge?An exciting opportunity for an experienced HR professional with all round generalist experience has become available to join a fast growing business.This is initially a stand alone opportunity to join the business as their HR Manager and develop with the role and the team as the business grows.You will be responsible for all generalist HR day to day duties such as:HR administration - Ensuring all employee data is kept accurate an up to date, Offer letters and contracts.ER case managementProviding recommendations for improvements on areas such as HR systems and BenefitsPayroll - Assessing the current payroll process's and system and recommending improvements along with ensuring new starters and leavers information, contracts and benefits changes are completed.Reviewing, updating and implementing policy's and proceduresFirst point of contact for all HR queriesTo be considered for this position you will:Have strong generalist HR experienceStrong ER case work experienceIdeally have previously worked in a stand alone HR positionStrong knowledge of the manufacturing industry would be an advantageRelevant degree or minimum Level 5 CIPD qualificationThis is a really exciting opportunity for someone to build the HR area of this business from the ground up whilst also developing themselves!Please apply now for immediate consideration.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.
      • birmingham, west midlands
      • permanent
      • £24,000 - £28,000 per year
      • randstad business support
      I am looking for an experienced HR Coordinator to join a reputable and well-established organisation in the heart of Birmingham!This is a fantastic opportunity for somebody to join a friendly and supportive team, working on different projects and having exposure/be involved in different areas within HR. You will be a part of a team which is responsible for the administration of a wide range of HR related processes and projects, as well as the coordination and administration of the payroll. The role involves maintaining relationships and providing excellent HR support to our internal stakeholders. The team looks after several tasks and processes within the employment life cycle; including recruitment, on-boarding, training & development, absence management and exits.Daily Responsibilities Coordination and administration of employee on-boardingTraining administration and system maintenanceAssist the HR Business Partners with delivery of HR projects, strategy and continuous improvement within the teamCompile reports and HR related statistics and analysis Support with Maternity/Paternity calculationsAbility to provide 1st line advice escalating anything complex to the relevant HRBP.Daily maintenance of the HR inbox, and execution of all administrative and transactional HR processesDrafting letters, i.e. change in contract, promotion, bonus payments etc.Absence management - referral to OH, initial welfare meetings.Monthly payroll administration; including inputting salary changes, bonuses, benefits, monthly overtime, pension, joiners and leavers About you?Experience in HR as a Coordinator / AdministratorHold a CIPD qualification or working towards is preferredExperience in supporting on ER cases (drafting letters, note taking in meetings)Strong communication and interpersonal skills, both verbal and writtenPayroll processing experienceHappy to support HR Officer & HRBPs on wider business projects.Ability to work to tight deadlines and under pressure at times.Good excel skills, running reports as and when required. TUPE/Redundancy experience - desiredOccupation health referrals and well-being meetingsThe Role:9:00 AM - 17:00 PM Mon - Fri Hybrid working £24,000 - £28,00025 days holiday + BHCentral location - great transport links 2x positions (1x permanent & 1x 18 month FTC)Apply today! 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.
      I am looking for an experienced HR Coordinator to join a reputable and well-established organisation in the heart of Birmingham!This is a fantastic opportunity for somebody to join a friendly and supportive team, working on different projects and having exposure/be involved in different areas within HR. You will be a part of a team which is responsible for the administration of a wide range of HR related processes and projects, as well as the coordination and administration of the payroll. The role involves maintaining relationships and providing excellent HR support to our internal stakeholders. The team looks after several tasks and processes within the employment life cycle; including recruitment, on-boarding, training & development, absence management and exits.Daily Responsibilities Coordination and administration of employee on-boardingTraining administration and system maintenanceAssist the HR Business Partners with delivery of HR projects, strategy and continuous improvement within the teamCompile reports and HR related statistics and analysis Support with Maternity/Paternity calculationsAbility to provide 1st line advice escalating anything complex to the relevant HRBP.Daily maintenance of the HR inbox, and execution of all administrative and transactional HR processesDrafting letters, i.e. change in contract, promotion, bonus payments etc.Absence management - referral to OH, initial welfare meetings.Monthly payroll administration; including inputting salary changes, bonuses, benefits, monthly overtime, pension, joiners and leavers About you?Experience in HR as a Coordinator / AdministratorHold a CIPD qualification or working towards is preferredExperience in supporting on ER cases (drafting letters, note taking in meetings)Strong communication and interpersonal skills, both verbal and writtenPayroll processing experienceHappy to support HR Officer & HRBPs on wider business projects.Ability to work to tight deadlines and under pressure at times.Good excel skills, running reports as and when required. TUPE/Redundancy experience - desiredOccupation health referrals and well-being meetingsThe Role:9:00 AM - 17:00 PM Mon - Fri Hybrid working £24,000 - £28,00025 days holiday + BHCentral location - great transport links 2x positions (1x permanent & 1x 18 month FTC)Apply today! 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.
      • swindon, south west
      • permanent
      • £30,000 - £31,000 per year
      • randstad business support
      Job Title - Executive Assistant Job Location - SwindonSalary - £30,205Job Type - Permanent & Full Time, Mon - FriAbout our ClientOur client are committed to providing our students with the best teaching and learning, facilities, enrichment, development opportunities and guidance support. Our aim is to help our students achieve their own personal goals or ambitions - whether that's to gain a university place, the career of their dreams, develop a new hobby or skills or secure promotion.The role Management of CEO/Principal Inbox Ensure the Principal's time and diary are managed effectively and efficiently at all times.Undertake research and lead on projects as identified by the Principal. Manage communications for the Principal/Chief Executive.Manage the provision of support provided by Executive Assistants to the Principalship team 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.
      Job Title - Executive Assistant Job Location - SwindonSalary - £30,205Job Type - Permanent & Full Time, Mon - FriAbout our ClientOur client are committed to providing our students with the best teaching and learning, facilities, enrichment, development opportunities and guidance support. Our aim is to help our students achieve their own personal goals or ambitions - whether that's to gain a university place, the career of their dreams, develop a new hobby or skills or secure promotion.The role Management of CEO/Principal Inbox Ensure the Principal's time and diary are managed effectively and efficiently at all times.Undertake research and lead on projects as identified by the Principal. Manage communications for the Principal/Chief Executive.Manage the provision of support provided by Executive Assistants to the Principalship team 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.
      • folkestone, south east
      • temporary
      • £10.90 - £10.90, per hour, Enhancements for weekends & bank holidays
      • randstad cpe
      Looking for a new Administrator role in East Kent? We have just had a new role land at Kent & Canterbury Hospital in Canterbury. Job title: AdministratorLocation: Canterbury, Kent (Kent & Canterbury Hospital)Start date: ASAPDuration: 6 months+Hours: 37.5hrs per week Mon-Fri (8:30am - 4:30pm)Contract type: Temporary with weekly payment through RandstadHourly rate: £10.90 per hour + holiday payRandstad contact: Mark Dixon on 01622 357230 option 3The company:We are working with 2Gether Support Solutions who were set up to service the facilities needs of the East Kent Hospitals Trust who have locations in Ashford, Canterbury, Dover, Folkestone & Margate.The role:To provide comprehensive administrative and clerical support to the Commercial Solutions business unit and management teamAct as a point of contact for the business unit and management team, dealing professionally and courteously with all enquiries by post, email, telephone and occasionally face to face.Provide contract/project administration support to departments within the hospital and the management team and undertaking delegated tasks commensurate with roleProvide specialist administrative support in relation to waste matters including call-outs for machinery malfunction, booking of skips and compactors, complaints, FOI requests and collation of ERIC dataMaintain an asset register of all equipment owned by the company and for which the business unit is responsible, ensuring service arrangements are in place as requiredParticipate in shared team duties around taking taxi, courier and volunteer driver booking calls as required, ensuring details are recorded accurately for recharging purposes.Plan and facilitate rota management and overtime/agency requests from across the business unit.Undertake various duties to ensure the smooth running of the support unit including sorting post, photocopying, laminating, dealing with shared mailboxes, answering telephone calls, stationery and carrying out stock takes, as well as organising, note taking and production of meeting minutesSupport the booking of journeys via the in-house Patient Transport Services. About you:Advanced Microsoft Office skills particularly with Excel and Word.Ability to quickly assimilate new information and systems.Exceptional customer service.Skills in data entry and processing and storage of data.Detail orientated.Ability to prioritise workload and meet deadlines.Ability to communicate with, coordinate and liaise with a multidisciplinary teamAbility to remain calm in a busy environment whilst working under pressureExcellent organisational skillsAbility to use own initiativeAdaptable Requirements:At least 2 years experience of a range of administrative proceduresCustomer service experience dealing with internal and external customers.Why work for us?All necessary training provided by us, with opportunities for other training and developmentAccess to great discounts with top highstreet retailersEmployee Assistance ProgrammeLong term work opportunities 01622 357230 (option 3) for more information or apply today! Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
      Looking for a new Administrator role in East Kent? We have just had a new role land at Kent & Canterbury Hospital in Canterbury. Job title: AdministratorLocation: Canterbury, Kent (Kent & Canterbury Hospital)Start date: ASAPDuration: 6 months+Hours: 37.5hrs per week Mon-Fri (8:30am - 4:30pm)Contract type: Temporary with weekly payment through RandstadHourly rate: £10.90 per hour + holiday payRandstad contact: Mark Dixon on 01622 357230 option 3The company:We are working with 2Gether Support Solutions who were set up to service the facilities needs of the East Kent Hospitals Trust who have locations in Ashford, Canterbury, Dover, Folkestone & Margate.The role:To provide comprehensive administrative and clerical support to the Commercial Solutions business unit and management teamAct as a point of contact for the business unit and management team, dealing professionally and courteously with all enquiries by post, email, telephone and occasionally face to face.Provide contract/project administration support to departments within the hospital and the management team and undertaking delegated tasks commensurate with roleProvide specialist administrative support in relation to waste matters including call-outs for machinery malfunction, booking of skips and compactors, complaints, FOI requests and collation of ERIC dataMaintain an asset register of all equipment owned by the company and for which the business unit is responsible, ensuring service arrangements are in place as requiredParticipate in shared team duties around taking taxi, courier and volunteer driver booking calls as required, ensuring details are recorded accurately for recharging purposes.Plan and facilitate rota management and overtime/agency requests from across the business unit.Undertake various duties to ensure the smooth running of the support unit including sorting post, photocopying, laminating, dealing with shared mailboxes, answering telephone calls, stationery and carrying out stock takes, as well as organising, note taking and production of meeting minutesSupport the booking of journeys via the in-house Patient Transport Services. About you:Advanced Microsoft Office skills particularly with Excel and Word.Ability to quickly assimilate new information and systems.Exceptional customer service.Skills in data entry and processing and storage of data.Detail orientated.Ability to prioritise workload and meet deadlines.Ability to communicate with, coordinate and liaise with a multidisciplinary teamAbility to remain calm in a busy environment whilst working under pressureExcellent organisational skillsAbility to use own initiativeAdaptable Requirements:At least 2 years experience of a range of administrative proceduresCustomer service experience dealing with internal and external customers.Why work for us?All necessary training provided by us, with opportunities for other training and developmentAccess to great discounts with top highstreet retailersEmployee Assistance ProgrammeLong term work opportunities 01622 357230 (option 3) for more information or apply today! Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
      • folkestone, south east
      • temporary
      • £9.90 - £9.90, per hour, Enhancements for weekends & bank holidays
      • randstad cpe
      Follow a cleaning schedule accurately and filling out appropriate paperwork Replenishing Consumables (toilet roll, hand towels, soap, sanitizer etc) Cleaning kitchens and bathrooms as well as clinical and other non clinical areas Safely carrying out tasks, maintain safe social distancing and wear PPE. Liaising with management, reporting any issues to appropriate members of staff. Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
      Follow a cleaning schedule accurately and filling out appropriate paperwork Replenishing Consumables (toilet roll, hand towels, soap, sanitizer etc) Cleaning kitchens and bathrooms as well as clinical and other non clinical areas Safely carrying out tasks, maintain safe social distancing and wear PPE. Liaising with management, reporting any issues to appropriate members of staff. Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
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      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Boston Consulting Group
      WHAT YOU'LL DOIn this role, you will be part of BCG’s Global Compensation COE, which oversees the strategy, management and development of consulting teams, alternative business models (“ABM”), Specialty Businesses (SB), knowledge team and business services compensation programs. In this role you will support the strategy and execution of compensation in the field and help to ensure BCG has the most effective compensation practices. You will provide consultative guidance, recommendation and governance on Compensation related topics for assigned BCG markets. The Global Compensation Manager will be responsible for providing expert compensation advisory and support to align our strategy with the execution of our global compensation philosophy within the business. You will provide consultative guidance, and recommendations on compensation related topics for assigned BCG business areas and markets.You will also:Act as Global Comp advisor to BCG’s Global Specialty Businesses (GSB), which is comprised of diverse talent models across the following businesses - Knowledge Team, Data & Research Teams, Design Studios, Knowledge & Collaboration teams and Practice Area ManagementDevelop and maintain effective relationships and stakeholder interactions with GSB Leadership, HR and Finance teams, serving as an advisor in strategic and tactical approaches to compensation Demonstrate the ability to understand business goals and market trends, leveraging this insight to recommend and influence new approaches, policies, and procedures to continually improve compensation managementBe responsible for helping shape GSB’s compensation strategy in each of its businesses and ensure they support the targeted competitive positioning of the business, ensuring that existing ranges across multiple geographies are up to date and relevantProvide strategic comp advisory on all compensation issues, including market trends, comp approach and structure, market benchmarking, and complex hiresCreate compensation models that are market competitive for the desired talent profiles of each business and are internally consistent whilst locally relevantProvide oversight and guidance to the Compensation Lead and Senior Specialist on the development of analyses to support business decisionsAssess and manage risk for GSB comp models and ensure that they comply with BCG’s risk guidelinesLead parts of the GSB comp project portfolio and contribute to assigned key initiatives across the range of areas covered by Global Compensation TeamPartner with the business on planning for compensation reviews and cycles, including outlining global timeline, providing market insights, developing guardrails for pay adjustments and co-ownership of any comp management training required.YOU'RE GOOD ATBusiness Partnering and delivering compensation expertise across a wide range of compensation topicsBuilding and maintaining effective relationships with leadership teams and HRStructuring, planning and prioritising work/projects effectively (for the short and long term) Working within a fast paced and changing matrix environment Data modelling and analysisTaking initiative and being self-motivatedSeeing the big pictureDemonstrating a mind-set of continuous improvement Providing expert level input and insightUnderstanding functional expert roles in different marketsUnderstanding of compensation practices in tech and professional services industriesDigital talent strategies, in particular comp practices YOU BRING (EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS)Bachelor’s degree required; Master/ MBA a plus8+ years experience in Compensation / Reward, ideally gained in both consulting and corporate environmentsExperience working across a number of areas of compensation; including Program design and benchmarking and comp range creationFamiliarity with a number of different benchmarking surveys and approaches as well as job evaluationExperience working across several different geographies essential Ability to drive analysis and processes with limited guidance, and comfort with uncertainty ( potentially limited data)Familiarity with tech and professional services companies and business models a plusProven ability to design creative solutions to ambiguous problemsProven senior stakeholder and Leadership interaction and managements skillsStrong written and verbal communication skills (especially in relation to senior executives)YOU'LL WORK WITHBCG’s HR team works to attract, develop, excite, deploy, and retain the best people in the market. Those in human resources jobs manage the life cycle of all BCG employees—from hiring top talent and developing their skills to rewarding their contributions and supporting career progression and mobility.
      • huntingdon, angl
      • full-time
      • Education Personnel Management Ltd
      A new and exciting opportunity has arisen for a highly motivated individual to develop a career with a market leading and fast growing company, providing a comprehensive Payroll service within the education sector.Based in Huntingdon, Education Personnel Management (EPM) is looking to appoint career-driven, enthusiastic, detail conscious individuals to join their market leading team as Payroll professionals. This is a perfect opportunity for individuals looking to embark on or develop their career with a successful company.As a Payroll Administrator you will be responsible on a monthly basis for administrating the start to finish payroll for a comprehensive portfolio of Schools, Academies and Multi-Academy Trusts. Working to strict deadlines and multiple pay dates, you will develop a detailed knowledge of payroll requirements within the education sector, complying with statutory regulations at all times.What are we looking for?Excellent IT skills; particularly Microsoft ExcelHighly numerate, analytical, organised, process minded and with a great attention to detailWillingness to continually learn and develop as an individualGreat communication skills and ability to work with staff across all levelsExcellent customer service skills and the ability to work to tight customer deadlinesHonest and discreet with a professional and diligent approach to workA positive and pro-active team player but equally able to work independentlyWhat can you expect in return?Work for the leading Payroll provider in the education sectorComprehensive induction programmePositive and supportive working environmentCareer development opportunitiesSupport with external payroll qualifications up to Master’s Degree level with the Chartered Instituted of Payroll Professionals (CIPP)Mentoring programmeExcellent reward package including a staff wellbeing programmeWhy choose EPM?There’s a reason people have stayed with EPM for a number of years, we offer a wide range of benefits:26 days annual leave + 8 days public holidayA generous pension packageBUPA Cash PaymentFlexible working arrangementsCycle SchemeCompany eventsTailored learning and development programmesWe offer an inclusive and open workplaceAt EPM we have great career progression and learning and development courses along the way. We are all about supporting our staff and promoting people from within.Why wait?Apply now and become a part of the ever-growing EPM family.
      • full-time
      • St John Ambulance
      Do you want to make a difference and be part of a vibrant organisation that has been helping save lives for more than a century? As one of the country’s best-loved charities, St John Ambulance is playing a vital role in responding to the pandemic as well as ‘everyday’ health emergencies, first aid training, supporting communities, and improving young people’s lives. We believe every team member is integral to our success, whether in ambulance operations, marketing, training or HR. We all play our part in being the difference between a life saved and a life ; This is an exciting time for the People & Culture Team as we drive forward an agenda of professional support and partnering to the Divisions we support. This key and important role will deliver excellent HR advice and support to managers within the Community Operations Division and work closely with the People & Culture Business Partner and colleagues across the ; The successful candidate will also manage a team of HR Advisors and work alongside other HR Managers to guide, mentor, develop and direct the broader team in Community Operations HR ; Working a 35-hour week the role benefits from a competitive salary, remote/hybrid working, generous pension, 33 days holiday (including bank holidays), options to buy and sell holiday, Blue Light and NHS discounts, life assurance, eye care and mental health, wellbeing tools and volunteering ; It will also provide opportunities to grow and develop your career, achieve a healthy work life balance and to be recognised for the great work you ; Please see the job description for more detail (this can be viewed on our website or once you click apply) About You: An experienced HR generalist with at least 3 years in a HR role. Strong understanding of developing and managing HR processes and dealing with complex issues pragmatically and with a People ; Worked in a fast-paced service/customer focussed environment, preferably within a complex matrixed organisation CIPD Level 5 preferred but not essential – demonstrable skills and experience to this level will be ;Skilled in performance management, employee relations, recruitment and selection Excellent and impactful communication and influencing skills, including with senior ;About the Role: Minimise organisational risk incurred by poor people-related practices and treatment – be an advocate for exemplary people management and approach, encouraging managers and leaders to lead by example and align with our ;Support and identify stakeholder needs and requirements ensuring expectations are managed effectively and appropriately and that key activities are delivered professionally, personably and ;Support People & Culture Advisors and Business Partners in managing employee/volunteer relations matters promptly Participate in meetings and cross functional projects as subject matter expert, contribute and challenge as is needed Build and maintain excellent working relationships with all stakeholders, People & Culture colleagues, partners such as volunteering and clinical, and supporting functions including payroll and support services Work across employee and volunteer groups of St John people, bringing these together as much as possible. About Us: This is a fantastic opportunity to join a team of over 1,700 employees and over 30,000 volunteers, united by our goal of saving lives through essential first aid services, training and ; As a charity with a long history of serving humanity, we are proud of our past and excited about creating a healthier, safer, more resilient ; Find out more about us, including our new Ask Me campaign, at St John Ambulance are committed to increasing the diversity of our team and making sure we best reflect the diversity of the communities we #x202F;  At St John, everyone is valued and supported to #x202F; We do not tolerate any form of discrimination and engender a sense of belonging for all, by creating an environment of mutual respect, where we value unique differences and demonstrate authentic #x202F;We believe passionately about equity, diversity and #x202F;   Please note: St John does not accept speculative CVs and will only review CVs sent in application for an advertised ;Recruitment Agencies: We are not utilising the services of recruitment agencies for this vacancy and will accept direct applications ;
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Sweet Tree
      Employee Relations ManagerWhen registering to this job board you will be redirected to the online application form. Please ensure that this is completed in full in order that your application can be reviewed.Employee Relations Manager£33,000 - £36,000 per annumHere at SweetTree Home Care, we have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Employee Relations Manager, based at our office in Swiss Cottage. If you have previous experience in a HR Generalist or Employee Relations role providing practical and strategic advice on the full range of ER matters then this may be the ideal role for you.The ideal candidate will be self-motivated with exceptional organisation and communication skills, eager to drive positive change, passionate about the experience you’re helping deliver and have a keen eye for detail. You will ideally have a CIPD qualification or have significant proven experience in an ER role. You have the ability to identify and quantifying ER-related risks and advise accordingly.Keys tasks include:Providing our staff with advice and guidance on employment matters, policies and procedures and employment lawProviding end to end ER case management support to line managersProactively identifying and implementing HR and ER processes and proceduresCoaching and supporting managers to deal with basic ER issues effectively and to develop skills and techniques to manage change and employee issuesExperienceProven ER & HR experienceWorking knowledge of current employment lawExperience in management of ER cases, policies and proceduresWorking knowledge of current employment lawExperience in management of ER cases, policies and proceduresAn understanding of Health and Safety LegislationAbility to working independently with little instruction and to liaise with staff in various locationsCIPD qualified (preferred, qualified or part-qualified)If you are interested, please press apply or for more information, please call our Recruitment Team on .
      • huntingdon, angl
      • full-time
      • Education Personnel Management Ltd
      A new and exciting opportunity has arisen for a highly motivated individual to develop a career with a market leading and fast growing company, providing a comprehensive Payroll service within the education sector.Based in Huntingdon, Education Personnel Management (EPM) is looking to appoint career-driven, enthusiastic, detail conscious individuals to join their market leading team as Payroll professionals. This is a perfect opportunity for individuals looking to embark on or develop their career with a successful company.As a Payroll Administrator you will be responsible on a monthly basis for administrating the start to finish payroll for a comprehensive portfolio of Schools, Academies and Multi-Academy Trusts. Working to strict deadlines and multiple pay dates, you will develop a detailed knowledge of payroll requirements within the education sector, complying with statutory regulations at all times.What are we looking for?Excellent IT skills; particularly Microsoft ExcelHighly numerate, analytical, organised, process minded and with a great attention to detailWillingness to continually learn and develop as an individualGreat communication skills and ability to work with staff across all levelsExcellent customer service skills and the ability to work to tight customer deadlinesHonest and discreet with a professional and diligent approach to workA positive and pro-active team player but equally able to work independentlyWhat can you expect in return?Work for the leading Payroll provider in the education sectorComprehensive induction programmePositive and supportive working environmentCareer development opportunitiesSupport with external payroll qualifications up to Master’s Degree level with the Chartered Instituted of Payroll Professionals (CIPP)Mentoring programmeExcellent reward package including a staff wellbeing programmeWhy choose EPM?There’s a reason people have stayed with EPM for a number of years, we offer a wide range of benefits:26 days annual leave + 8 days public holidayA generous pension packageBUPA Cash PaymentFlexible working arrangementsCycle SchemeCompany eventsTailored learning and development programmesWe offer an inclusive and open workplaceAt EPM we have great career progression and learning and development courses along the way. We are all about supporting our staff and promoting people from within.Why wait?Apply now and become a part of the ever-growing EPM family.
      • sheffield, yorkshire
      • full-time
      • Elevation Recruitment
      Elevation Recruitment Group are pleased to be working for a well established and successful business in Sheffield as they look to recruit a new Payroll Manager for their team. The purpose of the role is to manage & develop an accurate and effective payroll process as well as provide business information and analysis including pay modelling, variance analysis and staff costing. Duties will include: - *To undertake and lead payroll processing for the department *To create and maintain employment budgets and report any variances*To control and oversee the time and attendance system *To utilise data captured through various areas of the business*To understand and lead on taxation and engage with HMRC on tax issues *To produce monthly insights into staff costs *To ensure that all correspondence and queries are dealt with in a timely manner *To proactively manage and support the payroll administrator *Conduct regular 1-1's and performance appraisals*To liaise with relevant Stakeholders and teams You will need to be able to demonstrate the following qualifications and experiences:*Previous supervisory experience in payroll*Sage Payroll 50 experience (Ideal although not essential) *Experience in processing high volumes of payrolls*Payroll administration and experience of P11d *Analytical skills and strong excel The company offers a relaxed and supportive working environment, a competitive basic salary along with an excellent benefits package. If you are interested in this role, please do not hesitate to send your CV in as this is a rare and exciting opportunity.
      • stockport, nw
      • full-time
      • Borough Care
      HR AdvisorWhen registering to this job board you will be redirected to the online application form. Please ensure that this is completed in full in order that your application can be reviewed.HR AdvisorSalary £31,260 Based in Stockport / Hybrid WorkingChoose to live life in Colour by working at Borough Care where we believe that everyone should be encouraged and supported to live their best possible ;About usWe have 12 residential care homes across Stockport and Staffordshire and continue to grow. For almost 30 years we have worked with amazing people every day. From those who live at Borough Care homes and their families, to our care home staff and our head office team, we are all united in our aspiration to live life in ; As a not-for-profit organisation, we reinvest any surplus money into the services we offer, to serve the best interests of our residents and their families.About the roleAs HR Advisor you’ll provide dedicated HR support to a portfolio of ; Working as part of a friendly, proactive HR team you’ll provide advice and support on all people related matters from employee relations to recruitment to wellbeing and engagement ; You will be responsible for:Using your expert HR and employment law knowledge to provide clear advice.Supporting managers on complex casework including disciplinary, grievance, absence and performance.Overseeing recruitment activity ensuring timely completion and the most effective selection processes.Building credible relationships with managers to enable a thorough understanding of operational challenges.Analysing and presenting HR metrics to identify key people issues and solutions.Supporting the delivery of the people strategy by implementing a range of HR initiatives.About you We are looking for a personable HR professional who is passionate about HR and providing great ; You will already have proven experience of working as a HR Advisor and have a CIPD Level 5 ; Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to persuade and influence is key along with up-to-date employment law knowledge and the ability to analyse information and provide pragmatic advice and ; A driving licence would also be an advantage.Why not join an organisation that makes a difference and is committed to helping people live their best possible life.We are committed to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion and welcome applications from individuals from diverse backgrounds.
      • sudbury, angl
      • Aston Carter
      Aston Carter (part of Allegis Group) is a global staffing solutions business working in partnership with high profile, FTSE 100 companies across sectors such as accountancy, compliance, financial services, management consultancy and risk.Due to extensive business growth, we are hiring for our London office and are looking for ambitious, money motivated and hardworking individuals to join our team as Trainee Recruiters.An award winning 12-month training academyWe are offering full time, permanent positions which includes a very comprehensive 12-month programme, designed to prepare you for a future leadership role in our business. It is a blend of classroom-based learning and on the job learning, teaching you both the theoretical and practical skills for a successful career in staffing solutions. Our programme is delivered by a dedicated in-house team of learning and development professionals, and you will also have a mentor who will coach you on a 1:1 basis.Corporate Social ResponsibilityWe take pride in being a responsible business and have a comprehensive Corporate Social Responsibility programme (CSR). We work with charities across our region and build partnerships with our local communities through volunteering and mentoring. Our CSR activities are a great way to get involved, help others and network with colleagues.Why Should I JoinAston Carter excel at nurturing talent and giving our people limitless opportunities.Our training programme is unrivalled and is designed to maximise your potential and develop you into a business leader. You will be given a huge amount of support, and the opportunity to grow. We take career progression very seriously, and every single person in our business has a development plan in place and is currently working towards their next promotion.The earning potential is huge, and we are looking for people who are motivated by this and have a strong desire for success. Our office is centrally located, modern and smart, and our culture is focused on playing to win. The atmosphere is incredible. There is strong sense of camaraderie blended with friendly competition which gives the place a real buzz. We offer:Uncapped commissionQuarterly bonus schemeStructured training and development1-2-1 mentoringPromotion planAwesome company cultureCompany sports teamsSeason ticket loanWellbeing benefits including discounted gym membershipCompany share schemeThe RoleYou will be building relationships with people across your industry and developing a network of contacts. The role would suit those with high levels of enthusiasm, good problem solving skills and a strong sense of ambition. The role will include:Building professional relationships with external stakeholdersDeveloping a network of contactsMeeting clientsIdentifying and targeting new businessSourcing leadsResponding to briefsPitching and presentingHitting weekly activity targetsExperience & SkillsNo previous experience is necessary as all training will be provided.Attitude is more important. We are looking for confident and articulate individuals with the gravitas to speak to important clients, and the hunger for success. You must be polished and well presented with a professional telephone manner, have a strong work ethic and take pride in everything you do.We are looking for people who are motivated by money, the opportunity for huge earning potential, and career progression. We want to hire future business leaders and will be screening for the following attributes at every stage:High energyAmbitiousConfidentAbility to work to targetsResilienceSelf-motivatedMoney motivatedGoal orientated
      • croydon, london
      • Aston Carter
      Aston Carter (part of Allegis Group) is a global staffing solutions business working in partnership with high profile, FTSE 100 companies across sectors such as accountancy, compliance, financial services, management consultancy and risk.Due to extensive business growth, we are hiring for our London office and are looking for ambitious, money motivated and hardworking individuals to join our team as Trainee Recruiters.An award winning 12-month training academyWe are offering full time, permanent positions which includes a very comprehensive 12-month programme, designed to prepare you for a future leadership role in our business. It is a blend of classroom-based learning and on the job learning, teaching you both the theoretical and practical skills for a successful career in staffing solutions. Our programme is delivered by a dedicated in-house team of learning and development professionals, and you will also have a mentor who will coach you on a 1:1 basis.Corporate Social ResponsibilityWe take pride in being a responsible business and have a comprehensive Corporate Social Responsibility programme (CSR). We work with charities across our region and build partnerships with our local communities through volunteering and mentoring. Our CSR activities are a great way to get involved, help others and network with colleagues.Why Should I JoinAston Carter excel at nurturing talent and giving our people limitless opportunities.Our training programme is unrivalled and is designed to maximise your potential and develop you into a business leader. You will be given a huge amount of support, and the opportunity to grow. We take career progression very seriously, and every single person in our business has a development plan in place and is currently working towards their next promotion.The earning potential is huge, and we are looking for people who are motivated by this and have a strong desire for success. Our office is centrally located, modern and smart, and our culture is focused on playing to win. The atmosphere is incredible. There is strong sense of camaraderie blended with friendly competition which gives the place a real buzz. We offer:Uncapped commissionQuarterly bonus schemeStructured training and development1-2-1 mentoringPromotion planAwesome company cultureCompany sports teamsSeason ticket loanWellbeing benefits including discounted gym membershipCompany share schemeThe RoleYou will be building relationships with people across your industry and developing a network of contacts. The role would suit those with high levels of enthusiasm, good problem solving skills and a strong sense of ambition. The role will include:Building professional relationships with external stakeholdersDeveloping a network of contactsMeeting clientsIdentifying and targeting new businessSourcing leadsResponding to briefsPitching and presentingHitting weekly activity targetsExperience & SkillsNo previous experience is necessary as all training will be provided.Attitude is more important. We are looking for confident and articulate individuals with the gravitas to speak to important clients, and the hunger for success. You must be polished and well presented with a professional telephone manner, have a strong work ethic and take pride in everything you do.We are looking for people who are motivated by money, the opportunity for huge earning potential, and career progression. We want to hire future business leaders and will be screening for the following attributes at every stage:High energyAmbitiousConfidentAbility to work to targetsResilienceSelf-motivatedMoney motivatedGoal orientated
      • camden area, london
      • Aston Carter
      Aston Carter (part of Allegis Group) is a global staffing solutions business working in partnership with high profile, FTSE 100 companies across sectors such as accountancy, compliance, financial services, management consultancy and risk.Due to extensive business growth, we are hiring for our London office and are looking for ambitious, money motivated and hardworking individuals to join our team as Trainee Recruiters.An award winning 12-month training academyWe are offering full time, permanent positions which includes a very comprehensive 12-month programme, designed to prepare you for a future leadership role in our business. It is a blend of classroom-based learning and on the job learning, teaching you both the theoretical and practical skills for a successful career in staffing solutions. Our programme is delivered by a dedicated in-house team of learning and development professionals, and you will also have a mentor who will coach you on a 1:1 basis.Corporate Social ResponsibilityWe take pride in being a responsible business and have a comprehensive Corporate Social Responsibility programme (CSR). We work with charities across our region and build partnerships with our local communities through volunteering and mentoring. Our CSR activities are a great way to get involved, help others and network with colleagues.Why Should I JoinAston Carter excel at nurturing talent and giving our people limitless opportunities.Our training programme is unrivalled and is designed to maximise your potential and develop you into a business leader. You will be given a huge amount of support, and the opportunity to grow. We take career progression very seriously, and every single person in our business has a development plan in place and is currently working towards their next promotion.The earning potential is huge, and we are looking for people who are motivated by this and have a strong desire for success. Our office is centrally located, modern and smart, and our culture is focused on playing to win. The atmosphere is incredible. There is strong sense of camaraderie blended with friendly competition which gives the place a real buzz. We offer:Uncapped commissionQuarterly bonus schemeStructured training and development1-2-1 mentoringPromotion planAwesome company cultureCompany sports teamsSeason ticket loanWellbeing benefits including discounted gym membershipCompany share schemeThe RoleYou will be building relationships with people across your industry and developing a network of contacts. The role would suit those with high levels of enthusiasm, good problem solving skills and a strong sense of ambition. The role will include:Building professional relationships with external stakeholdersDeveloping a network of contactsMeeting clientsIdentifying and targeting new businessSourcing leadsResponding to briefsPitching and presentingHitting weekly activity targetsExperience & SkillsNo previous experience is necessary as all training will be provided.Attitude is more important. We are looking for confident and articulate individuals with the gravitas to speak to important clients, and the hunger for success. You must be polished and well presented with a professional telephone manner, have a strong work ethic and take pride in everything you do.We are looking for people who are motivated by money, the opportunity for huge earning potential, and career progression. We want to hire future business leaders and will be screening for the following attributes at every stage:High energyAmbitiousConfidentAbility to work to targetsResilienceSelf-motivatedMoney motivatedGoal orientated
      • thame, hc
      • full-time
      • Coburg Banks Limited
      Payroll AdministratorBased in Thame, OxfordshireSalary: £28000 + Excellent Benefits6-month Fixed Term ContractA national charity that supports people with learning disabilities live as independently as possible, is looking to recruit a Payroll Administrator on a 6-month contract within their head office in Thame. Offering an attractive basic salary plus fantastic benefits including 23 days annual leave plus bank holidays, discount in shops, restaurants, travel and great days out with your Blue Light card, a 24-hour Employee Assistance Programme for you and your family, life assurance and pension scheme.The RoleYou would play a key role as part of charities Payroll team, tasked with inputting and processing for a section of the total monthly payroll, to include sickness absence entry and company sick pay entitlements along with employee changes to include hours, roles etc.Other duties include:To accurately key data onto the payroll systemTo provide administrative assistance, answering phone calls, dealing with employee e-mails and queries, directing messages where appropriate. Completing written correspondence as required.To comply with the Data Protection Act and ensure that confidentiality of all personal information is maintained at all times.The CandidateThe ideal candidate will be a well organised individual, able to multitask, work to deadlines, and prioritise a workload effectively, with strong numerical skills and excellent attention to detail.Excellent communication skills and the confidence to liaise with people at all levels will be required, as will good IT skills.Minimum of 2 years' experience within a similar role.The job may be suitable for candidates who have experience in the following: Payroll Assistant, Payroll Clerk, Payroll Officer, Accounts Assistant, Finance Officer, Purchase Ledger Clerk, Payments Assistant, Accounts Payable Banks Limited is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • The Green Recruitment Company
      Role: Contract Recruitment ConsultantSalary: £28,000 – £32,000 (DOE) + CommissionLocation: London, SE1 8RTBenefits: Commission structure / career progression plan / coaching / global incentive trips & more!Founded in London in 2010, The Green Recruitment Company is a global, award-winning specialist provider of recruitment solutions across the Renewable Energy and Technology sectors.We are headquartered in London with offices in Amsterdam, Beijing, Sydney, Cape Town, New York, and Orlando. With proven abilities in providing recruitment solutions across contingent, executive search, contract staffing and market research analysis, we are the chosen, global recruitment partner across our specialist sector.Due to an exciting time of company growth, we are currently in search of a Contract Recruitment Consultant to join our office in London.The role will require you to individually network with mid to senior level professionals with the aim of placing them with our Renewable Energy clients across Europe. Contract Recruitment Consultant Responsibilities include:Sourcing mid to senior level candidates for clients, ensuring technical, cultural, and experience fitDeveloping business relationships with clients/hiring managers/C-suite decision makers.Advising on clients’ hiring strategy based on knowledge of the recruitment marketProducing market reports/ salary surveys/ other industry data for clients within the renewable energy industryManaging the placement process and recruitment process from start to finish (full 360 focus) for mid to senior level candidatesAttending conferences and industry events to keep abreast of the latest developments within both the recruitment marketplace and the renewable energy industry.Contract Recruitment Consultant Skills and Experience:Previous experience in recruitment, ideally across the Energy space but this is not essentialExperience in building and retaining a client portfolioAbility to manage own time effectivelyArticulate communicatorA confident and positive attitudeThe ability to work under pressure and meet targets What can we offer you: Achievable career progression plan with a salary increase with each promotionCoaching and development from an experienced Global Learning & Development ManagerA professional working environment with realistic targets to promote a positive environmentCompetitive salary and commission structure Access to a large client database, various job boards and LinkedIn Recruiter.Access to industry specific conferencesAnnual, global incentive trips away** Interested? To apply for this Contract Recruitment Consultant role, submit your CV today via the APPLY button! **About the Green Recruitment CompanyFounded in London in 2010, we have a vision of becoming the premium provider of global recruitment solutions to the Green Energy & Technology sector. When we started, we launched with a focus on Renewable Energy and Energy Management. Over time our company has grown and diversified in line with the Renewable Energy sector. Alongside our core Renewable Energy and Energy Market expertise we also provide services in E-Mobility, IoT, Smart Cities, Storage and DSR.
      • east midlands, mid
      • full-time
      • Silver Stone Search and Selection Ltd
      With multiple sites in the UK, our client is part of a rapidly growing business supplying high quality products to the UK's leading retailers.The role;Leading site HR with a team of HR assistant’s/officers, whilst supporting on strategic, group projectsDriving a high-performance culture by challenging and coaching managers to appropriately apply performance and development principles and toolsLead the ethical agenda to ensure that the Company achieves and maintains the targeted level of accreditation through customer/legal auditing processesSupport and facilitate all key internal stakeholdersFoster effective employee engagement and communication across the business Your Experience;Ideally you will have gained experience within an FMCG manufacturing environment (however other sectors will be considered)Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development qualified.As part of the site management team, you will also be involved in business improvement projects.The ideal candidate will be able to deliver change and have a strong enough character to be able to influence at senior management level.
      • finsbury, london
      • Aston Carter
      Aston Carter (part of Allegis Group) is a global staffing solutions business working in partnership with high profile, FTSE 100 companies across sectors such as accountancy, compliance, financial services, management consultancy and risk.Due to extensive business growth, we are hiring for our London office and are looking for ambitious, money motivated and hardworking individuals to join our team as Trainee Recruiters.An award winning 12-month training academyWe are offering full time, permanent positions which includes a very comprehensive 12-month programme, designed to prepare you for a future leadership role in our business. It is a blend of classroom-based learning and on the job learning, teaching you both the theoretical and practical skills for a successful career in staffing solutions. Our programme is delivered by a dedicated in-house team of learning and development professionals, and you will also have a mentor who will coach you on a 1:1 basis.Corporate Social ResponsibilityWe take pride in being a responsible business and have a comprehensive Corporate Social Responsibility programme (CSR). We work with charities across our region and build partnerships with our local communities through volunteering and mentoring. Our CSR activities are a great way to get involved, help others and network with colleagues.Why Should I JoinAston Carter excel at nurturing talent and giving our people limitless opportunities.Our training programme is unrivalled and is designed to maximise your potential and develop you into a business leader. You will be given a huge amount of support, and the opportunity to grow. We take career progression very seriously, and every single person in our business has a development plan in place and is currently working towards their next promotion.The earning potential is huge, and we are looking for people who are motivated by this and have a strong desire for success. Our office is centrally located, modern and smart, and our culture is focused on playing to win. The atmosphere is incredible. There is strong sense of camaraderie blended with friendly competition which gives the place a real buzz. We offer:Uncapped commissionQuarterly bonus schemeStructured training and development1-2-1 mentoringPromotion planAwesome company cultureCompany sports teamsSeason ticket loanWellbeing benefits including discounted gym membershipCompany share schemeThe RoleYou will be building relationships with people across your industry and developing a network of contacts. The role would suit those with high levels of enthusiasm, good problem solving skills and a strong sense of ambition. The role will include:Building professional relationships with external stakeholdersDeveloping a network of contactsMeeting clientsIdentifying and targeting new businessSourcing leadsResponding to briefsPitching and presentingHitting weekly activity targetsExperience & SkillsNo previous experience is necessary as all training will be provided.Attitude is more important. We are looking for confident and articulate individuals with the gravitas to speak to important clients, and the hunger for success. You must be polished and well presented with a professional telephone manner, have a strong work ethic and take pride in everything you do.We are looking for people who are motivated by money, the opportunity for huge earning potential, and career progression. We want to hire future business leaders and will be screening for the following attributes at every stage:High energyAmbitiousConfidentAbility to work to targetsResilienceSelf-motivatedMoney motivatedGoal orientated
      • clerkenwell, london
      • Aston Carter
      Aston Carter (part of Allegis Group) is a global staffing solutions business working in partnership with high profile, FTSE 100 companies across sectors such as accountancy, compliance, financial services, management consultancy and risk.Due to extensive business growth, we are hiring for our London office and are looking for ambitious, money motivated and hardworking individuals to join our team as Trainee Recruiters.An award winning 12-month training academyWe are offering full time, permanent positions which includes a very comprehensive 12-month programme, designed to prepare you for a future leadership role in our business. It is a blend of classroom-based learning and on the job learning, teaching you both the theoretical and practical skills for a successful career in staffing solutions. Our programme is delivered by a dedicated in-house team of learning and development professionals, and you will also have a mentor who will coach you on a 1:1 basis.Corporate Social ResponsibilityWe take pride in being a responsible business and have a comprehensive Corporate Social Responsibility programme (CSR). We work with charities across our region and build partnerships with our local communities through volunteering and mentoring. Our CSR activities are a great way to get involved, help others and network with colleagues.Why Should I JoinAston Carter excel at nurturing talent and giving our people limitless opportunities.Our training programme is unrivalled and is designed to maximise your potential and develop you into a business leader. You will be given a huge amount of support, and the opportunity to grow. We take career progression very seriously, and every single person in our business has a development plan in place and is currently working towards their next promotion.The earning potential is huge, and we are looking for people who are motivated by this and have a strong desire for success. Our office is centrally located, modern and smart, and our culture is focused on playing to win. The atmosphere is incredible. There is strong sense of camaraderie blended with friendly competition which gives the place a real buzz. We offer:Uncapped commissionQuarterly bonus schemeStructured training and development1-2-1 mentoringPromotion planAwesome company cultureCompany sports teamsSeason ticket loanWellbeing benefits including discounted gym membershipCompany share schemeThe RoleYou will be building relationships with people across your industry and developing a network of contacts. The role would suit those with high levels of enthusiasm, good problem solving skills and a strong sense of ambition. The role will include:Building professional relationships with external stakeholdersDeveloping a network of contactsMeeting clientsIdentifying and targeting new businessSourcing leadsResponding to briefsPitching and presentingHitting weekly activity targetsExperience & SkillsNo previous experience is necessary as all training will be provided.Attitude is more important. We are looking for confident and articulate individuals with the gravitas to speak to important clients, and the hunger for success. You must be polished and well presented with a professional telephone manner, have a strong work ethic and take pride in everything you do.We are looking for people who are motivated by money, the opportunity for huge earning potential, and career progression. We want to hire future business leaders and will be screening for the following attributes at every stage:High energyAmbitiousConfidentAbility to work to targetsResilienceSelf-motivatedMoney motivatedGoal orientated
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • The Green Recruitment Company
      Role: Trainee Recruitment Consultant (Finance Team)Salary: £23 - 25,000 (DOE) + OTE: £40,000+Location: London, SE1 8RTBenefits: Commission structure / career progression plan / coaching / global incentive trips & more!Founded in London in 2010, The Green Recruitment Company is a global, award-winning specialist provider of recruitment solutions across the Renewable Energy and Technology sectors.We are headquartered in London with offices in Amsterdam, Beijing, Sydney, Cape Town, New York, and Orlando. With proven abilities in providing recruitment solutions across contingent, executive search, contract staffing and market research analysis, we are the chosen, global recruitment partner across our specialist sector.Due to an exciting time of company growth, we are currently in search of a Trainee Recruitment Consultant to join our office in London.The role will require you to individually network with mid to senior level professionals with the aim of placing them with our Renewable Energy clients across Europe.Trainee Recruitment Consultant Responsibilities include:Sourcing and actively headhunting mid to senior level candidates for clients across Europe, ensuring technical, cultural, and experience fit for roles specialised within the industry.Market research and candidate market mappingDiscussing individual candidate needs & providing professional advice on opportunitiesReviewing applications, managing interviews and creating candidate shortlists for clientsBriefing candidates on the role, pay rates and timeframes Organising and preparing candidates for interview as and when requestedProviding feedback to candidates following interviewsDiscussing job offers with successful candidates Negotiating pay rates and finalising arrangements for placementsAttending conferences and industry events to keep abreast of the latest developments within both the recruitment marketplace and the renewable energy industryTrainee Recruitment Consultant Profile:A passion for the Renewable Energy sectorArticulate communicatorA confident and positive attitudeThe ability to work under pressure and meet targets What can we offer you: Achievable career progression plan with a salary increase with each promotionCoaching and development from an experienced Global Learning & Development ManagerA professional working environment with realistic targets to promote a positive environmentCompetitive salary and commission structure Access to a large client database, various job boards and LinkedIn Recruiter.Access to industry specific conferencesAnnual, global incentive trips away** Interested? To apply for this Trainee Recruitment Consultant role, submit your CV today via the APPLY button! **About the Green Recruitment CompanyFounded in London in 2010, we have a vision of becoming the premium provider of global recruitment solutions to the Green Energy & Technology sector. When we started, we launched with a focus on Renewable Energy and Energy Management. Over time our company has grown and diversified in line with the Renewable Energy sector. Alongside our core Renewable Energy and Energy Market expertise we also provide services in E-Mobility, IoT, Smart Cities, Storage and DSR.
      • silvertown, london
      • Aston Carter
      Aston Carter (part of Allegis Group) is a global staffing solutions business working in partnership with high profile, FTSE 100 companies across sectors such as accountancy, compliance, financial services, management consultancy and risk.Due to extensive business growth, we are hiring for our London office and are looking for ambitious, money motivated and hardworking individuals to join our team as Trainee Recruiters.An award winning 12-month training academyWe are offering full time, permanent positions which includes a very comprehensive 12-month programme, designed to prepare you for a future leadership role in our business. It is a blend of classroom-based learning and on the job learning, teaching you both the theoretical and practical skills for a successful career in staffing solutions. Our programme is delivered by a dedicated in-house team of learning and development professionals, and you will also have a mentor who will coach you on a 1:1 basis.Corporate Social ResponsibilityWe take pride in being a responsible business and have a comprehensive Corporate Social Responsibility programme (CSR). We work with charities across our region and build partnerships with our local communities through volunteering and mentoring. Our CSR activities are a great way to get involved, help others and network with colleagues.Why Should I JoinAston Carter excel at nurturing talent and giving our people limitless opportunities.Our training programme is unrivalled and is designed to maximise your potential and develop you into a business leader. You will be given a huge amount of support, and the opportunity to grow. We take career progression very seriously, and every single person in our business has a development plan in place and is currently working towards their next promotion.The earning potential is huge, and we are looking for people who are motivated by this and have a strong desire for success. Our office is centrally located, modern and smart, and our culture is focused on playing to win. The atmosphere is incredible. There is strong sense of camaraderie blended with friendly competition which gives the place a real buzz. We offer:Uncapped commissionQuarterly bonus schemeStructured training and development1-2-1 mentoringPromotion planAwesome company cultureCompany sports teamsSeason ticket loanWellbeing benefits including discounted gym membershipCompany share schemeThe RoleYou will be building relationships with people across your industry and developing a network of contacts. The role would suit those with high levels of enthusiasm, good problem solving skills and a strong sense of ambition. The role will include:Building professional relationships with external stakeholdersDeveloping a network of contactsMeeting clientsIdentifying and targeting new businessSourcing leadsResponding to briefsPitching and presentingHitting weekly activity targetsExperience & SkillsNo previous experience is necessary as all training will be provided.Attitude is more important. We are looking for confident and articulate individuals with the gravitas to speak to important clients, and the hunger for success. You must be polished and well presented with a professional telephone manner, have a strong work ethic and take pride in everything you do.We are looking for people who are motivated by money, the opportunity for huge earning potential, and career progression. We want to hire future business leaders and will be screening for the following attributes at every stage:High energyAmbitiousConfidentAbility to work to targetsResilienceSelf-motivatedMoney motivatedGoal orientated
      • leeds, yorkshire
      • full-time
      • Jet2.com
      Talent Acquisition Operations Manager based at Holiday House in Leeds City Centre.Reporting to the Senior Manager, Talent Acquisition you will work closely with the Head Office and wider Talent Acquisition Team to help review recruitment strategies, suggest new recruitment technologies, processes and policies and utilise insightful data to maintain and improve our recruitment tools. You will also have line management of the sourcing team and take responsibility for managing the tools they use to find, engage and source high quality candidates for immediate and future vacancies. Ultimately the Talent Acquisition Operations Manager is responsible for making sure the recruitment team have the relevant tools and systems in place to deliver an industry leading recruitment service, as well as telling the story of our unique business, enabling and Jet2holidays to recruit the best quality candidates as efficiently as possible whilst delivering an excellent candidate experience.What will you do in the role? Continuous improvement – working closely with the HR Systems team to maintain and improve our TA reporting and liaise with each area of the talent acquisition team to improve processes, candidate journey’s and overall KPIs.Strategy and Planning – Work with the TA team to identify the right channels to source, manage current sourcing tools and partners and identify ROI to improve our sourcing efficiency.Marketing & Branding – Supporting the research, design and delivery of our and Jet2holidays EVP and TVP, as well as owning our careers site and performance marketing campaigns to drive the right traffic to site using the right content. We’re looking for someone who can try new ideas, learn from past campaigns, create and then deliver new marketing ideas.Projects – Own a variety of projects from advert design to reporting cadence to PSL reviews and reporting. You’ll work closely with the Senior Manager, Talent Acquisition, Head of Talent Acquisition and wider TA team as and when needed on projects aimed at improving our reporting, service delivery and candidate experience.What are the key skills / experience you’ll already have? You’ll have experience of working with recruitment data and reporting, ideally within a large organisation. We’re talking here about being able to spot trends and patterns in data and using this to plan and execute our next moves.A strong understanding and experience in designing employer branding related marketing messages, social media campaigns and ideally employee value propositions.Team management - you’ll have experience of coaching, developing and managing a team of Sourcing Specialists. This team will utilise the tools you look after and optimise, so an understand of the Talent Acquisition ecosystem is preferred.Analytical and detail oriented. You’ll be able to spot copy errors and content slips as well as get into the nitty gritty of our reporting dashboards to pull out trends and insights.‘Can do’ – You’ll have an attitude where you’re willing to go the extra mile to do the right thing by the candidate and business. Comfortable at telling people the art of the possible but finding a mutually agreeable solution.Understanding of recruitment principles, best practise and an understanding of compliance requirements.What can we offer you?We have been recognised as one of the Top 50 Best Places to Work in the UK on Glassdoor and offer our valued colleagues a range of benefits including: - Competitive salaryContributory pension scheme26 days holiday entitlement per annum (plus bank holidays)3 x salary life assuranceGenerous Discretionary Profit Share SchemeColleague discounts on Jet2holidays and holidays and flightsShare Save schemeCycle to Work SchemeAccess to Mental Health First AidersAnnual pay reviewMany retail discounts on – travel and leisure, health, and wellbeing, eating out, shopping and lifestyleWe offer an excellent remuneration package with fantastic opportunities for progression in a growing business.This is a great opportunity to be part of an exciting, forward-thinking business. We operate scheduled leisure flights to holiday destinations in the Mediterranean, the Canary Islands and to European Leisure Cities from our 10 UK bases.Help us to send our all-important customers on holiday with and Jet2holidays!!#LI-MH1
      • norwich, angl
      • full-time
      • Larking Gowen
      Larking Gowen have an exciting opportunity for a HR Administrator to join the team.Location: Norwich primarily and working from homeSalary: CompetitiveHours to be worked flexibly across five days (Mon-Fri)HR Administrator - The Role:To provide generalist administrative support for the Human Resources team focussing on the support of records, training, and payroll. As well as the support of key HR systems, processes and software.HR Administrator - Key Responsibilities:- Working within templates to produce and maintain key HR documentation and HR records including, but not limited to contracts, letters, employee records, right to work checks, absence management documentation, performance management documentation, probation documentation and changes to roles- Maintaining appropriate confidentiality and GDPR awareness- Working alongside the HR team to deliver day to day HR activity directing enquiries to the relevant team member as appropriate, delivering exceptional HR service for the firm- Working to support training and recruitment for the firm- Working alongside the Payroll and Benefits Advisor to support the processing of payroll monthly for the firm, including data entry, gathering information and responding to and directing enquiries as appropriate- Uploading information to various HR systems, running basic templated reports, administering invoices and purchase orders and keeping policy and documentation up to date on our website and intranet pagesHR Administrator - You:Essential:- Must have strong attention to detail- Must have great communication skills- Must be able to work with a positive and solutions focussed attitude- Good standard of Maths and English- Exceptional organisation skills- People driven with a sense of fairness and desire to do the right thing- Diligence and attention to detail- Strong initiative, creative and solutions driven- Self-motivated and resourceful- Resilient- Work well as part of a team- FlexibleDesirable:- Experience of working in a HR environment- Experience of working in an accountancy practice or similar professional services firm.- Experience of using Cascade HR and/or Networx recruitment portal- CIPD Level 3 (or above) qualified or equivalent experienceWe think that this role is a full-time role, hours per week (Monday - Friday). We're happy to talk flexible working options.We are happy to consider recent graduates looking for a career in HR with the potential to gain a CIPD qualification.To submit your CV for this exciting HR Administrator opportunity, please click 'Apply' now.
      • coventry, mid
      • full-time
      • Hiring People
      HR OfficerAt Coventry University Students Union, we recognise and value our staff, they are integral to everything that we do, so looking after them is important to us. Our HR team support the employee lifecycle from hire to retire and everything in between and currently have an opportunity to join them as an Assistant ; The role is full-time although part-time hours will be considered (working a minimum of 30 hours).The role will suit an experienced HR individual who is looking to take their first line manager role within a HR ; You will be a key point of contact for resolving queries from managers and staff, taking ownership of HR related ; The role will involve processing and managing HR related data, ensuring compliance as well as leading and supporting the recruitment and payroll processes, maintenance of HR databases, coordinating induction and being involved in the collation of data around staff surveys and producing of reports.The successful candidate will also take a lead in relation to well-being initiatives across the organisation and be involved in activities that support the delivery of our health and well-being strategy.The ideal candidate will be committed, self-motivated, and adaptable and be able to work with minimum supervision. You should hold or already be working towards a CIPD HR qualification level 5 or have equivalent experience and be able to demonstrate proven numeracy and literacy and keyboard skills at a minimum of level 2.In return we offer a generous annual leave allowance of 31 days, works pension scheme, a range of staff benefits including NUS discount card and training and development ;A flexible approach to working hours is ; Please note that as an organisation we are working towards an agile working model, as such remote working arrangements will be an option on certain ; This will be discussed and agreed with the successful ;We are especially keen to encourage expressions of interest from people currently under-represented within the organisation, these include but are not limited to those from the LGBT+ community, people with disabilities, and those from a Black, Asian or Minority Ethnic ; Candidates with a disability will be guaranteed an interview, providing they meet all the essential requirements of the post. Applications Close: Monday, 6th June ; Please note CVs will not be accepted.To view the job description and person specification, please apply here and you will be redirected to the company's website to complete the application.CUSU is an equal opportunities employer and is actively committed to promoting equality and diversity, and expects all staff, students and volunteers to share this commitment.
      • bethnal green, london
      • Aston Carter
      Aston Carter (part of Allegis Group) is a global staffing solutions business working in partnership with high profile, FTSE 100 companies across sectors such as accountancy, compliance, financial services, management consultancy and risk.Due to extensive business growth, we are hiring for our London office and are looking for ambitious, money motivated and hardworking individuals to join our team as Trainee Recruiters.An award winning 12-month training academyWe are offering full time, permanent positions which includes a very comprehensive 12-month programme, designed to prepare you for a future leadership role in our business. It is a blend of classroom-based learning and on the job learning, teaching you both the theoretical and practical skills for a successful career in staffing solutions. Our programme is delivered by a dedicated in-house team of learning and development professionals, and you will also have a mentor who will coach you on a 1:1 basis.Corporate Social ResponsibilityWe take pride in being a responsible business and have a comprehensive Corporate Social Responsibility programme (CSR). We work with charities across our region and build partnerships with our local communities through volunteering and mentoring. Our CSR activities are a great way to get involved, help others and network with colleagues.Why Should I JoinAston Carter excel at nurturing talent and giving our people limitless opportunities.Our training programme is unrivalled and is designed to maximise your potential and develop you into a business leader. You will be given a huge amount of support, and the opportunity to grow. We take career progression very seriously, and every single person in our business has a development plan in place and is currently working towards their next promotion.The earning potential is huge, and we are looking for people who are motivated by this and have a strong desire for success. Our office is centrally located, modern and smart, and our culture is focused on playing to win. The atmosphere is incredible. There is strong sense of camaraderie blended with friendly competition which gives the place a real buzz. We offer:Uncapped commissionQuarterly bonus schemeStructured training and development1-2-1 mentoringPromotion planAwesome company cultureCompany sports teamsSeason ticket loanWellbeing benefits including discounted gym membershipCompany share schemeThe RoleYou will be building relationships with people across your industry and developing a network of contacts. The role would suit those with high levels of enthusiasm, good problem solving skills and a strong sense of ambition. The role will include:Building professional relationships with external stakeholdersDeveloping a network of contactsMeeting clientsIdentifying and targeting new businessSourcing leadsResponding to briefsPitching and presentingHitting weekly activity targetsExperience & SkillsNo previous experience is necessary as all training will be provided.Attitude is more important. We are looking for confident and articulate individuals with the gravitas to speak to important clients, and the hunger for success. You must be polished and well presented with a professional telephone manner, have a strong work ethic and take pride in everything you do.We are looking for people who are motivated by money, the opportunity for huge earning potential, and career progression. We want to hire future business leaders and will be screening for the following attributes at every stage:High energyAmbitiousConfidentAbility to work to targetsResilienceSelf-motivatedMoney motivatedGoal orientated
      • leeds, yorkshire
      • full-time
      • Stepchange
      We are looking for a confident Senior Payroll Technician to join the Payroll and Reward team at StepChange Debt Charity in Leeds. This is a crucial role, responsible for ensuring that monthly salaries and pensions are processed, paid, and recorded accurately and on time. Additionally, you will provide support to the Payroll Manager in wider process improvement and project work and act as deputy for all monthly compliance file submissions post payroll approval and payment.This role would suit someone who has experience of delivering end to end Payroll of an equivalent size and complexity, with up to date knowledge of HMRC regulations, rates and allowances, RTI, Auto-enrolment, Gender Pay Gap Reporting and Apprenticeship Levy.With this role you can enjoy the benefits of hybrid working, combining working from home with some days in our new offices in Leeds City Centre.What you will be doingDeliver completed monthly payroll submission for final review and approval in line with agreed timelines, providing processing support as necessary and allocating workloads as appropriateSupport the Payroll Manager with review of pay processing work carried out by administrator colleagues and provide training to colleagues as requiredEnsure compliance with all HMRC regulations in monthly processingIdentify any areas of non-compliance with FCC pay related policies, escalating any recurring significant issues as requiredFormat and reconcile pension reports, run compliance checks through Aviva AME system and transmit monthly payments reports to AvivaSupervise payment of all monthly payroll deductions to third parties, eg attachment of earnings, with appropriate backing documentationEnsure any monthly over/underpayments are processed and communicated promptly to Charity colleaguesReconcile employee benefit deductions (eg childcare vouchers, car parking) from third party source documentation back to payroll software. Approve invoice payments and notify third parties of amendments/errors as appropriateMaintain system of payroll records and spreadsheets; proactively suggesting improvements to current systems and processes of recording and balancingEnsure all relevant pension communications are sent to colleagues s in line with auto-enrolment legislation via email-mergeComplete paperwork on behalf of colleagues where requested for Jury Service, Mortgage applications, Job Centre Plus etcSet out a systematic timetable for periodic data cleansing exercises between payroll and HR systems, making better use of existing reporting capabilityLiaise with wider finance team colleagues in any required accounting reconciliation of payroll related control account balancesEnsure sufficient information is retained and collated to deliver the annual P11D submissionsWhat we want from youUp to date knowledge of HMRC regulations, rates and allowances. RTI, Auto-enrolment, Gender Pay Gap Reporting and Apprenticeship LevyManual gross to net calculationExperience of working within a Payroll Department of equivalent size and complexityTrack record of supervising and training colleagues and delivering an end-to-end payroll processHighly numerate and capable of meeting strict deadlinesComputer literate Excel (including v-lookup, sumif, countif), Word, Microsoft Outlook Ability to work with manual processes and demonstrable track record of previous process improvementsAn accredited certificate obtained in payroll, business administration or finance from a credible higher institution with practical understanding of payroll practices and procedures (desirable)Basic accounting and bookkeeping principles (desirable)Involvement in a Payroll and HR system integration project (desirable)What we offer you24 days annual leave (this increases by one day per year up to a maximum of 29), plus bank holidaysHybrid work - the ability to work from home and from our new officesAn individually tailored personal development plan and ongoing trainingThe opportunity to buy and sell annual leaveUse of a Charity laptop and headset for working from homeTravel season ticket loansDiscounted car parkingCycle-to-work schemeGroup personal pension schemeWestfield Health cash planEmployee assistance programmeFinancial planningLong service awardsAbout us:StepChange are the UK's largest and most comprehensive provider of free debt advice. Hundreds of thousands of people come to us for help every year. Some are at crisis point and many don't see a way out. We help them to find a way out of their debt problems. We don't judge people; we provide the support, guidance and solutions that are needed. Whatever the situation we'll look for practical solutions that make our clients' lives better.
      • earls court, london
      • Aston Carter
      Aston Carter (part of Allegis Group) is a global staffing solutions business working in partnership with high profile, FTSE 100 companies across sectors such as accountancy, compliance, financial services, management consultancy and risk.Due to extensive business growth, we are hiring for our London office and are looking for ambitious, money motivated and hardworking individuals to join our team as Trainee Recruiters.An award winning 12-month training academyWe are offering full time, permanent positions which includes a very comprehensive 12-month programme, designed to prepare you for a future leadership role in our business. It is a blend of classroom-based learning and on the job learning, teaching you both the theoretical and practical skills for a successful career in staffing solutions. Our programme is delivered by a dedicated in-house team of learning and development professionals, and you will also have a mentor who will coach you on a 1:1 basis.Corporate Social ResponsibilityWe take pride in being a responsible business and have a comprehensive Corporate Social Responsibility programme (CSR). We work with charities across our region and build partnerships with our local communities through volunteering and mentoring. Our CSR activities are a great way to get involved, help others and network with colleagues.Why Should I JoinAston Carter excel at nurturing talent and giving our people limitless opportunities.Our training programme is unrivalled and is designed to maximise your potential and develop you into a business leader. You will be given a huge amount of support, and the opportunity to grow. We take career progression very seriously, and every single person in our business has a development plan in place and is currently working towards their next promotion.The earning potential is huge, and we are looking for people who are motivated by this and have a strong desire for success. Our office is centrally located, modern and smart, and our culture is focused on playing to win. The atmosphere is incredible. There is strong sense of camaraderie blended with friendly competition which gives the place a real buzz. We offer:Uncapped commissionQuarterly bonus schemeStructured training and development1-2-1 mentoringPromotion planAwesome company cultureCompany sports teamsSeason ticket loanWellbeing benefits including discounted gym membershipCompany share schemeThe RoleYou will be building relationships with people across your industry and developing a network of contacts. The role would suit those with high levels of enthusiasm, good problem solving skills and a strong sense of ambition. The role will include:Building professional relationships with external stakeholdersDeveloping a network of contactsMeeting clientsIdentifying and targeting new businessSourcing leadsResponding to briefsPitching and presentingHitting weekly activity targetsExperience & SkillsNo previous experience is necessary as all training will be provided.Attitude is more important. We are looking for confident and articulate individuals with the gravitas to speak to important clients, and the hunger for success. You must be polished and well presented with a professional telephone manner, have a strong work ethic and take pride in everything you do.We are looking for people who are motivated by money, the opportunity for huge earning potential, and career progression. We want to hire future business leaders and will be screening for the following attributes at every stage:High energyAmbitiousConfidentAbility to work to targetsResilienceSelf-motivatedMoney motivatedGoal orientated
      • lewes, southern
      • full-time
      • Ad Warrior Ltd
      Payroll AdministratorLocation: Lewes, East SussexSalary: £28,000 to £30,000 per anumBenefits: 28 days holiday per year (including Bank Holidays), Pension scheme, Staff events,Position: Full Time The company have a fantastic opportunity for a Payroll Administrator to become part of their growing team, you will be responsible for ensuring workers are paid correctly and on time.Duties Include:•Processing client payrolls accurately and efficiently•Check accuracy of calculations before sending to client and HMRC•Build a trusting relationship with clients•Be able to calculate gross to net calculations manually•Must be able to prioritise workload efficiently on a daily basis•Assist clients with any queries they have regarding their payroll via phone or email•Download tax notifications from HMRC website and process RTI submissions to HMRC•Import and export excel files into and out of payroll•Creating payroll journals and ad-hoc reports•Create a variety of pension auto-enrolment files for onward submission to pension providers timely and accurately•Any other ad-hoc admin work include filingThe Ideal Candidate:To be considered for the role of Payroll Administrator, you must have demonstrable experience working in a payroll bureau. In addition, the following key skills and experience are essential:•Must have at least 3 years payroll experience•Have at least 2 years’ experience working in a payroll bureau•A knowledge of using Star (Payroll Professional) payroll software useful but not essential•Have good knowledge of excel for creating spreadsheets and importing data in and out of payroll software•Must have a good understanding of statutory payments and deductions including maternity pay/statutory sick pay/paternity pay/student loans/attachments of earnings etc.•Have good communication skills and polite telephone manner when speaking to clients on the phone•Have excellent grammar for writing emails and letters to clients•Must be methodical, diligent, work well under pressure and be a good team player•Be flexible in working days and hours due to peaks and troughs of a monthly payroll cycle•Have a good understanding of auto-enrolment pension law.If you feel you are a suitable candidate and would like to work for this reputable company, then please do not hesitate in applying.
      • central scotland, scotland
      • full-time
      • QA LIMITED
      Systal is a dynamic and innovative technology solutions provider that prides itself on the ability to deliver tailored solutions to meet business aspirations and challenges. We cover a wide range of services & solutions. Due to expansion, we currently have a need for an Apprentice to join our Global Talent Acquisition team. This is an exciting opportunity for a dynamic and energetic individual to become a key member of the team to provide a comprehensive support service and assist with timely, efficient, and effective delivery across our global locations. We are a company who is big on recruiting junior talent to grow & develop from within. Interested? Apply Today!Key Responsibilities:Creating and distributing internal and external comms online– including job adverts using toolkits.Setting up and arranging screening calls and interviews for both internal and external candidates, in addition to liaising with internal stakeholders to arrange interviews. Use of Microsoft Outlook and online calenders will be usedCreating and updating internal project trackers with use of Excel trackerUsing Microsoft Sharepoint daily to update and share information with the wider teamAs role progress apprentice will also use Servicenow and Sage systemRequired Skills:Ability to work within a fast-paced environment and prioritizeAbility to communicate effectively with colleaguesImpeccable attention to detailProactive with drive to succeedConfident communicator with good word and excel skillsAdditional Information:Salary - £14,000 to £16,000 per annumMonday-Friday 9am-5pmCompetitive salary and benefits package.Unrivalled training and development, ensuring you stay at the top of your field. We want you to be the best in your chosen field and therefore continuously support training.Fantastic working environment – our state-of-the-art offices create a positive environment to work in. You will get the opportunity to work with like-minded individuals at Systal and we work hard to create a sociable, enjoyable working environment. Future Career Progression:On-going training and development. Scope to progress into further roles within HR & Recruitment team.Important Information“QA’s apprenticeship programmes may be funded in part by the European Union through the European Social Fund, which supports the development of employment opportunities and a skilled #x201D;For more information about QA Apprenticeships, please visit our website. Note: This advert may close early if a suitable candidate is found before the advertised close date is reached.
      • mill hill east, london
      • Aston Carter
      Aston Carter (part of Allegis Group) is a global staffing solutions business working in partnership with high profile, FTSE 100 companies across sectors such as accountancy, compliance, financial services, management consultancy and risk.Due to extensive business growth, we are hiring for our London office and are looking for ambitious, money motivated and hardworking individuals to join our team as Trainee Recruiters.An award winning 12-month training academyWe are offering full time, permanent positions which includes a very comprehensive 12-month programme, designed to prepare you for a future leadership role in our business. It is a blend of classroom-based learning and on the job learning, teaching you both the theoretical and practical skills for a successful career in staffing solutions. Our programme is delivered by a dedicated in-house team of learning and development professionals, and you will also have a mentor who will coach you on a 1:1 basis.Corporate Social ResponsibilityWe take pride in being a responsible business and have a comprehensive Corporate Social Responsibility programme (CSR). We work with charities across our region and build partnerships with our local communities through volunteering and mentoring. Our CSR activities are a great way to get involved, help others and network with colleagues.Why Should I JoinAston Carter excel at nurturing talent and giving our people limitless opportunities.Our training programme is unrivalled and is designed to maximise your potential and develop you into a business leader. You will be given a huge amount of support, and the opportunity to grow. We take career progression very seriously, and every single person in our business has a development plan in place and is currently working towards their next promotion.The earning potential is huge, and we are looking for people who are motivated by this and have a strong desire for success. Our office is centrally located, modern and smart, and our culture is focused on playing to win. The atmosphere is incredible. There is strong sense of camaraderie blended with friendly competition which gives the place a real buzz. We offer:Uncapped commissionQuarterly bonus schemeStructured training and development1-2-1 mentoringPromotion planAwesome company cultureCompany sports teamsSeason ticket loanWellbeing benefits including discounted gym membershipCompany share schemeThe RoleYou will be building relationships with people across your industry and developing a network of contacts. The role would suit those with high levels of enthusiasm, good problem solving skills and a strong sense of ambition. The role will include:Building professional relationships with external stakeholdersDeveloping a network of contactsMeeting clientsIdentifying and targeting new businessSourcing leadsResponding to briefsPitching and presentingHitting weekly activity targetsExperience & SkillsNo previous experience is necessary as all training will be provided.Attitude is more important. We are looking for confident and articulate individuals with the gravitas to speak to important clients, and the hunger for success. You must be polished and well presented with a professional telephone manner, have a strong work ethic and take pride in everything you do.We are looking for people who are motivated by money, the opportunity for huge earning potential, and career progression. We want to hire future business leaders and will be screening for the following attributes at every stage:High energyAmbitiousConfidentAbility to work to targetsResilienceSelf-motivatedMoney motivatedGoal orientated
      • kilburn, mid
      • Aston Carter
      Aston Carter (part of Allegis Group) is a global staffing solutions business working in partnership with high profile, FTSE 100 companies across sectors such as accountancy, compliance, financial services, management consultancy and risk.Due to extensive business growth, we are hiring for our London office and are looking for ambitious, money motivated and hardworking individuals to join our team as Trainee Recruiters.An award winning 12-month training academyWe are offering full time, permanent positions which includes a very comprehensive 12-month programme, designed to prepare you for a future leadership role in our business. It is a blend of classroom-based learning and on the job learning, teaching you both the theoretical and practical skills for a successful career in staffing solutions. Our programme is delivered by a dedicated in-house team of learning and development professionals, and you will also have a mentor who will coach you on a 1:1 basis.Corporate Social ResponsibilityWe take pride in being a responsible business and have a comprehensive Corporate Social Responsibility programme (CSR). We work with charities across our region and build partnerships with our local communities through volunteering and mentoring. Our CSR activities are a great way to get involved, help others and network with colleagues.Why Should I JoinAston Carter excel at nurturing talent and giving our people limitless opportunities.Our training programme is unrivalled and is designed to maximise your potential and develop you into a business leader. You will be given a huge amount of support, and the opportunity to grow. We take career progression very seriously, and every single person in our business has a development plan in place and is currently working towards their next promotion.The earning potential is huge, and we are looking for people who are motivated by this and have a strong desire for success. Our office is centrally located, modern and smart, and our culture is focused on playing to win. The atmosphere is incredible. There is strong sense of camaraderie blended with friendly competition which gives the place a real buzz. We offer:Uncapped commissionQuarterly bonus schemeStructured training and development1-2-1 mentoringPromotion planAwesome company cultureCompany sports teamsSeason ticket loanWellbeing benefits including discounted gym membershipCompany share schemeThe RoleYou will be building relationships with people across your industry and developing a network of contacts. The role would suit those with high levels of enthusiasm, good problem solving skills and a strong sense of ambition. The role will include:Building professional relationships with external stakeholdersDeveloping a network of contactsMeeting clientsIdentifying and targeting new businessSourcing leadsResponding to briefsPitching and presentingHitting weekly activity targetsExperience & SkillsNo previous experience is necessary as all training will be provided.Attitude is more important. We are looking for confident and articulate individuals with the gravitas to speak to important clients, and the hunger for success. You must be polished and well presented with a professional telephone manner, have a strong work ethic and take pride in everything you do.We are looking for people who are motivated by money, the opportunity for huge earning potential, and career progression. We want to hire future business leaders and will be screening for the following attributes at every stage:High energyAmbitiousConfidentAbility to work to targetsResilienceSelf-motivatedMoney motivatedGoal orientated
      • muswell hill, london
      • Aston Carter
      Aston Carter (part of Allegis Group) is a global staffing solutions business working in partnership with high profile, FTSE 100 companies across sectors such as accountancy, compliance, financial services, management consultancy and risk.Due to extensive business growth, we are hiring for our London office and are looking for ambitious, money motivated and hardworking individuals to join our team as Trainee Recruiters.An award winning 12-month training academyWe are offering full time, permanent positions which includes a very comprehensive 12-month programme, designed to prepare you for a future leadership role in our business. It is a blend of classroom-based learning and on the job learning, teaching you both the theoretical and practical skills for a successful career in staffing solutions. Our programme is delivered by a dedicated in-house team of learning and development professionals, and you will also have a mentor who will coach you on a 1:1 basis.Corporate Social ResponsibilityWe take pride in being a responsible business and have a comprehensive Corporate Social Responsibility programme (CSR). We work with charities across our region and build partnerships with our local communities through volunteering and mentoring. Our CSR activities are a great way to get involved, help others and network with colleagues.Why Should I JoinAston Carter excel at nurturing talent and giving our people limitless opportunities.Our training programme is unrivalled and is designed to maximise your potential and develop you into a business leader. You will be given a huge amount of support, and the opportunity to grow. We take career progression very seriously, and every single person in our business has a development plan in place and is currently working towards their next promotion.The earning potential is huge, and we are looking for people who are motivated by this and have a strong desire for success. Our office is centrally located, modern and smart, and our culture is focused on playing to win. The atmosphere is incredible. There is strong sense of camaraderie blended with friendly competition which gives the place a real buzz. We offer:Uncapped commissionQuarterly bonus schemeStructured training and development1-2-1 mentoringPromotion planAwesome company cultureCompany sports teamsSeason ticket loanWellbeing benefits including discounted gym membershipCompany share schemeThe RoleYou will be building relationships with people across your industry and developing a network of contacts. The role would suit those with high levels of enthusiasm, good problem solving skills and a strong sense of ambition. The role will include:Building professional relationships with external stakeholdersDeveloping a network of contactsMeeting clientsIdentifying and targeting new businessSourcing leadsResponding to briefsPitching and presentingHitting weekly activity targetsExperience & SkillsNo previous experience is necessary as all training will be provided.Attitude is more important. We are looking for confident and articulate individuals with the gravitas to speak to important clients, and the hunger for success. You must be polished and well presented with a professional telephone manner, have a strong work ethic and take pride in everything you do.We are looking for people who are motivated by money, the opportunity for huge earning potential, and career progression. We want to hire future business leaders and will be screening for the following attributes at every stage:High energyAmbitiousConfidentAbility to work to targetsResilienceSelf-motivatedMoney motivatedGoal orientated
      • sheffield, yorkshire
      • part-time
      • Key Appointments UK Ltd
      Are you an experienced HR Advisor looking for a part-time role that is fast-paced, has lots of variety, and an enjoyable challenge? We are working on behalf of The HR Experts, a successful HR consultancy in Sheffield which provides a professional, reliable, and hands-on service to their clients throughout the UK. The HR Experts work in partnership with organisations that have no in-house human resources function and provide larger companies with expertise on specific HR projects. In your role of HR Advisor, you will have your own portfolio of clients to support, and your primary focus will be to provide advice on a range of HR matters, either offsite or onsite. You will guide clients through any and every human resources issue that may arise, and help them develop and maintain a reliable and productive workforce. Key Areas of HR Support:HR StrategyEmployee RelationsLearning & DevelopmentPay & RewardResourcing & ContractsAdministration & ComplianceEmployment Details:Permanent / Part-time hours per weekLocation – SheffieldSalary - £30,000-£35,000 (pro-rata)About You?A proactive individual with a strong generalist background in HR.Fully CIPD QualifiedHold a full UK driving license and own transportYou will enjoy building relationships with easeCommitted to providing clients with an exceptional quality service.Keen to keep abreast of changes in legislation and good practice. To explore this opportunity further, please apply with an up to day CV. Key Appointments UK Ltd will assess your suitability for the role based on the information contained in your CV and application. This includes skills, experience, education, and location. Unfortunately, we are unable to provide specific feedback to applicants who have not been successful. If your application is unsuccessful, you will be informed as soon as possible. By applying for this role, you give consent for your CV to be processed by Key Appointments for recruitment purposes only. We often work with third parties who may contact you about this role. Our full Privacy Policy is available at key-appointments
      • edinburgh, scotland
      • full-time
      • Hamilton Forth
      At Hamilton Forth we’re not quite a start-up business as we are part of the Livingston James Group that is now over ten years ; However, we are approaching the market with a start-up mindset and we want to make a real difference in the Scottish Tech ; In the past six months we’ve added five new heads and we are now in a position to invest further in a number of brilliant ; Why join Hamilton Forth?The Tech market in Scotland is in a great ; However, organisations are really struggling to meet their growth expectations due to a lack of great ; We are committed to solving this problem, starting at grass roots, and supporting schools by inspiring kids to get into ; We want to build strong relationships with our universities to help connect the bright talent to Scotland’s industry community and we want to help reduce to the gender gap in technology and support organisations with their overall diversity ; As well as supporting our clients, we want to make sure our candidates are realising their potential by offering them the best advise on the ; There’s lots to do and we’re really excited about the future, but we need your help.Unlike most recruiters who simply measure their sales, we genuinely try to also measure the impact of the placements we ; We benefit from the network that has been built up with C-suite decision makers from Livingston James Exec and from the CFO network within Rutherford ; The cross selling in 2022 has meant we are stretched with the work we have (I’m not talking just large RPO accounts!), but good quality work with clients that work retained and in ; We need recruiters that know their tech, love nurturing talent pools and solving client’s ; We have some great benefits and a lovely team ; None of that old school wolf of wall street nonsense, but one in which brings out the best in the ; We have a flat structure with plenty of scope to kick your career forward. If you want to progress, we can help with our personal development programme and we have non execs who can help coach you and bring something extra to the ; Here’s some other benefits of joining Hamilton Forth:High base salary versus industry averageWe have a discretionary finish at on a FridayOTE six figure salaryCar allowanceMarketing and Event budgetLaptop and fully paid mobile phoneEmployer contributory pension and DIS schemeAnnual reward a minimum of a third of invoiced billingsAll expenses covered for travel, parking and entertaining2 paid for CSR days per year and overall LJG community impactExtra one day holiday for each year of serviceStructured L&D programmeAccess to non exec networkOffice closed during Christmas period between Christmas Day and New Year’s DayExcellent City Centre officesFlexible/remote workingFriday socials with associated gifts, prizes, etc.Awards for quarterly/annual performance, million pound billers, company away days, etc.Access to excellent client baseWhether you are 12 months into your recruitment career or been doing this for a long time, we want to hear from ; Perhaps you’re feeling under valued, gone in house, but fancy agency or stuck in a business that isn’t investing in ; If so, please give me a call on or drop me an e-mail at It’s a great time to join especially with a day week
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