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        • city of london, london
        • contract
        • £80,000 - £100,000, per year, Salary + Annual Bonus & Benefits
        • digby morgan
        Digby Morgan is partnered with a leading global insurance firm, who are seeking a VP Human Resources, supporting the UK and EMEA regions. The VP Human Resources will lead a team who strive for HR excellence across the full remit of HR activities. This is a senior HR leadership position, and will be a crucial partner to the global business during an exciting period of growth. This position is a 15 month fixed term contract, covering a Maternity Leave, and is based in London. The role will be a fundamental part of a full annual HR cycle. Key responsibilities;Leadership and development of a team of 4 HR generalists, ensuring efficiency in HR operations across the UK and European offices. Partnering with and advising senior leaders across the globe ensuring the HR team supports the business proactively and effectively. Overseeing and participating in the execution of all local HR programs and services (talent sourcing and selection, onboarding, orienting compensation, benefits, performance management, learning and development, employee engagement activities etc.) in partnership with the SVP Human Resources and the global HR team. Managing and leading Employee Relations cases on a senior level across the international jurisdictions, ensuring compliance with local legislation.Ensure proactive compliance with all applicable local legislations and regulations. Work closely with the SVP HR to develop and drive HR initiatives, including; organisational development & design, change management, talent management, diversity and inclusion, coaching and global HR projects.Manage the continual review, execution and monitoring of HR policies and procedures. The ideal candidate will be a forward thinking, tenured, senior HR professional who has excellent communication skills and enjoys working with a high level of autonomy and responsibility. The applicant needs to have the ability to motivate and inspire the function to embrace transformation and change, and to have the drive to truly embed themselves in the team for the duration of the contract.Key requirements;Minimum of 10 years HR experienceExcellent interpersonal and communication skillsExperience in the UK Insurance Industry is requiredTeam management experience is a necessityDegree level education (CIPD qualification strongly desired)Excellent attention to detail and organisational skillsWorkday experience is advantageous If you are interested in this role then please do not hesitate to apply.
        Digby Morgan is partnered with a leading global insurance firm, who are seeking a VP Human Resources, supporting the UK and EMEA regions. The VP Human Resources will lead a team who strive for HR excellence across the full remit of HR activities. This is a senior HR leadership position, and will be a crucial partner to the global business during an exciting period of growth. This position is a 15 month fixed term contract, covering a Maternity Leave, and is based in London. The role will be a fundamental part of a full annual HR cycle. Key responsibilities;Leadership and development of a team of 4 HR generalists, ensuring efficiency in HR operations across the UK and European offices. Partnering with and advising senior leaders across the globe ensuring the HR team supports the business proactively and effectively. Overseeing and participating in the execution of all local HR programs and services (talent sourcing and selection, onboarding, orienting compensation, benefits, performance management, learning and development, employee engagement activities etc.) in partnership with the SVP Human Resources and the global HR team. Managing and leading Employee Relations cases on a senior level across the international jurisdictions, ensuring compliance with local legislation.Ensure proactive compliance with all applicable local legislations and regulations. Work closely with the SVP HR to develop and drive HR initiatives, including; organisational development & design, change management, talent management, diversity and inclusion, coaching and global HR projects.Manage the continual review, execution and monitoring of HR policies and procedures. The ideal candidate will be a forward thinking, tenured, senior HR professional who has excellent communication skills and enjoys working with a high level of autonomy and responsibility. The applicant needs to have the ability to motivate and inspire the function to embrace transformation and change, and to have the drive to truly embed themselves in the team for the duration of the contract.Key requirements;Minimum of 10 years HR experienceExcellent interpersonal and communication skillsExperience in the UK Insurance Industry is requiredTeam management experience is a necessityDegree level education (CIPD qualification strongly desired)Excellent attention to detail and organisational skillsWorkday experience is advantageous If you are interested in this role then please do not hesitate to apply.
        • city of london, london
        • interim
        • £26,000 - £30,000 per year
        • digby morgan
        A high performing UK governing body is recruiting a Resourcing Advisor to join their HR Team. The role is part of a fast-paced recruitment team, and would be perfect for someone who has either in-house or agency recruitment experience. This is a 6 month fixed term contract with the potential to become longer.Working with senior managers and HR Business Partner to understand key resource requirements to ensure the development of resourcing strategies that meet both current and future organisational needs. Devising and implementing recruitment campaigns and activity within agreed deadlines ensuring that recruiting managers are properly consulted and informed. Acting as the recruitment expert on employee resourcing strategies, including assessment and selection tools. to provide innovative, cost effective and timely solutions. Managing and developing recruitment processes, selection, ensuring that all recruitment activity is in line with the recruitment policy. Oversee the effective management of interviews, assessment and selection tools. Keeping abreast of recruitment legislation and case lawEvaluating and reporting progress against resourcing activity to demonstrate effectiveness and value. Appointing and working with 3rd party providers for the management of recruitment campaigns and the supply of interim and, where necessary, permanent appointments. Overseeing the use of internal and external job advertisement sites to ensure information provided is accurate and complies with site regulations/protocols. Manage the offer process with canddiates and ensuring that all recruitment and interview documentation is stored in accordance with agreed procedures. The successful candidate well be an excellent communicator, have prior experience in end to end recruitment and will have strong organisational skills.
        A high performing UK governing body is recruiting a Resourcing Advisor to join their HR Team. The role is part of a fast-paced recruitment team, and would be perfect for someone who has either in-house or agency recruitment experience. This is a 6 month fixed term contract with the potential to become longer.Working with senior managers and HR Business Partner to understand key resource requirements to ensure the development of resourcing strategies that meet both current and future organisational needs. Devising and implementing recruitment campaigns and activity within agreed deadlines ensuring that recruiting managers are properly consulted and informed. Acting as the recruitment expert on employee resourcing strategies, including assessment and selection tools. to provide innovative, cost effective and timely solutions. Managing and developing recruitment processes, selection, ensuring that all recruitment activity is in line with the recruitment policy. Oversee the effective management of interviews, assessment and selection tools. Keeping abreast of recruitment legislation and case lawEvaluating and reporting progress against resourcing activity to demonstrate effectiveness and value. Appointing and working with 3rd party providers for the management of recruitment campaigns and the supply of interim and, where necessary, permanent appointments. Overseeing the use of internal and external job advertisement sites to ensure information provided is accurate and complies with site regulations/protocols. Manage the offer process with canddiates and ensuring that all recruitment and interview documentation is stored in accordance with agreed procedures. The successful candidate well be an excellent communicator, have prior experience in end to end recruitment and will have strong organisational skills.
        • city of london, london
        • temporary
        • £30,000 - £35,000, per year, Holiday
        • digby morgan
        A fast growing global consultancy is looking for a talented HR Advisor to join their evolving team People Team. This is a temporary contract for 2 months plus, and is a fantastic opportunity to work with a firm through a period of change. This role is open to immediately available candidates only. Key Responsibilities Include;You would be responsible for providing high quality, end-to-end HR generalist support across the business. This involves the entire employee lifecycle, from ad-hoc recruitment support, ownership of the induction, onboarding and offboarding processes; to being the first port of call for employee relations queries and getting involved in strategy development and project work. A true generalist role. Person Specification; The ideal candidate will be a confident, motivated professional, who has excellent communication skills and enjoys working with a high level of autonomy.The successful candidate will have strong problem solving skills and great attention to detail. Candidates must have previous experience in a HR Generalist role, and must have excelent organisation skills. This position would be ideal for someone who has experience working independently, enjoys responsibility and accountability. If you are interested in this role then please do not hesitate to apply.
        A fast growing global consultancy is looking for a talented HR Advisor to join their evolving team People Team. This is a temporary contract for 2 months plus, and is a fantastic opportunity to work with a firm through a period of change. This role is open to immediately available candidates only. Key Responsibilities Include;You would be responsible for providing high quality, end-to-end HR generalist support across the business. This involves the entire employee lifecycle, from ad-hoc recruitment support, ownership of the induction, onboarding and offboarding processes; to being the first port of call for employee relations queries and getting involved in strategy development and project work. A true generalist role. Person Specification; The ideal candidate will be a confident, motivated professional, who has excellent communication skills and enjoys working with a high level of autonomy.The successful candidate will have strong problem solving skills and great attention to detail. Candidates must have previous experience in a HR Generalist role, and must have excelent organisation skills. This position would be ideal for someone who has experience working independently, enjoys responsibility and accountability. If you are interested in this role then please do not hesitate to apply.

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