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        • stevenage, east of england
        • temporary
        • £9.56 - £9.86 per hour
        • randstad business support
        Principal purpose of the role To deliver an excellent first and second line transnational HR service to the Constabularies; providing an administrative service to all employees, following clearly defined process, in line with established SLAs. Main activities of the role To undertake a comprehensive range of HR transnational, administrative and IT based processes in connection with the delivery of first and second line support to the business including recruitment, clearances, appointments, leavers, contractual changes and employment related policies and procedures To maintain accurate and up-to-date employee and recruitment records and systems, both manual and computerised To be responsible for the resolution of transactional HR queries some of which may be relatively complex and require a degree of analysis or comparison of options To provide advice on the application of both national and local conditions of service for employees Preparation of management information, employee data and statistics in order to work in a proactive and planned manner where possible. To ensure that all service standards and timescales are met To make recommendations for improvements in relation to administrative systems and processes. Any other duties that are commensurate with the role and grade as may be requested by managers Essential CriteriaAble to make recommendations for improvements in relation to administrative systems and processesProven and effective administrative skills. Understands the need for confidentialityAn understanding of how to handle, resolve and escalate enquiries and pass on information promptlyExcellent customer service skillsExcellent written and verbal communication skillsConfident in using ICT systems such as Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint Able to plan, manage and review tasks for self and more junior team membersExcellent interpersonal skills, able to communicate effectively and professionallyExcellent time management and planning and organisation skillsAble to support changes in service provision in a positive and constructive mannerAble to work independently and seek advice and guidance when neededIs approachable and confident in coaching more junior members of the team to help them to acquireskills and experienceExperience of taking ownership for delivering outcomesExperience of using information to develop solutions and solve problemsThere are both Full Time and Part Time roles available.Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
        Principal purpose of the role To deliver an excellent first and second line transnational HR service to the Constabularies; providing an administrative service to all employees, following clearly defined process, in line with established SLAs. Main activities of the role To undertake a comprehensive range of HR transnational, administrative and IT based processes in connection with the delivery of first and second line support to the business including recruitment, clearances, appointments, leavers, contractual changes and employment related policies and procedures To maintain accurate and up-to-date employee and recruitment records and systems, both manual and computerised To be responsible for the resolution of transactional HR queries some of which may be relatively complex and require a degree of analysis or comparison of options To provide advice on the application of both national and local conditions of service for employees Preparation of management information, employee data and statistics in order to work in a proactive and planned manner where possible. To ensure that all service standards and timescales are met To make recommendations for improvements in relation to administrative systems and processes. Any other duties that are commensurate with the role and grade as may be requested by managers Essential CriteriaAble to make recommendations for improvements in relation to administrative systems and processesProven and effective administrative skills. Understands the need for confidentialityAn understanding of how to handle, resolve and escalate enquiries and pass on information promptlyExcellent customer service skillsExcellent written and verbal communication skillsConfident in using ICT systems such as Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint Able to plan, manage and review tasks for self and more junior team membersExcellent interpersonal skills, able to communicate effectively and professionallyExcellent time management and planning and organisation skillsAble to support changes in service provision in a positive and constructive mannerAble to work independently and seek advice and guidance when neededIs approachable and confident in coaching more junior members of the team to help them to acquireskills and experienceExperience of taking ownership for delivering outcomesExperience of using information to develop solutions and solve problemsThere are both Full Time and Part Time roles available.Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
        • cwmbran, wales
        • temporary
        • £13.92 per hour
        • randstad business support
        Job RoleTo provide HR support including advice and guidance to line managers and applicants in relation to recruitment policies and procedures in relation to police officers (including promotion processes), police staff, special constabulary and volunteer Main Responsibilities Provides general advice and guidance on to candidates and managers, monitoring of, recruitment and promotion policies and processes in accordance with legislation, and HR policies and procedures, to ensure fair and consistent applicationResearch and analysis into emerging employment legislation, best practice and internal trends to support senior HR colleagues with reviewsTo assist in the development in HR systems to improve effectiveness of recruitment practicesAssist in developing and implementing engagement activities and targeted positive action recruitment campaignsTo attend recruitment events in the local community, schools and universities and deliver briefing and awareness sessions to large audiencesTo support and coach candidates including those who have asked for positive action and support mentors with advice and guidanceTo co-ordinate and ensure all pre-employment, contracts of employment and induction processes and promotion boards are undertaken efficiently and in accordance with legal requirements and company ProceduresTo participate on shortlisting and interview panels and ensure best practice is followedTo undertake job evaluationTo deliver and design Induction and on boarding processes Essential SkillsLevel 5 Advanced Diploma or equivalent qualification in Human Resources or work to obtain the qualification within an agreed timescaleAssociate member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development Relevant experience in the HR field. and working in a multi-disciplined / multi-site organisationMust have experience of research and development of HR policy and procedure developmentMust have experience of providing advice and guidance to line managers on HR related mattersExperience of using HR/Payroll systems and provision of management informationAbility to apply financial or technical data knowledge to provide sound analyses in order to drive results and effective decision makingUnderstands impact of legislation and law regulations relevant to the functionMust be IT literate and have a good working practical knowledge of Microsoft Office packages including Word and Excel If you feel you are right for this role 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 RoleTo provide HR support including advice and guidance to line managers and applicants in relation to recruitment policies and procedures in relation to police officers (including promotion processes), police staff, special constabulary and volunteer Main Responsibilities Provides general advice and guidance on to candidates and managers, monitoring of, recruitment and promotion policies and processes in accordance with legislation, and HR policies and procedures, to ensure fair and consistent applicationResearch and analysis into emerging employment legislation, best practice and internal trends to support senior HR colleagues with reviewsTo assist in the development in HR systems to improve effectiveness of recruitment practicesAssist in developing and implementing engagement activities and targeted positive action recruitment campaignsTo attend recruitment events in the local community, schools and universities and deliver briefing and awareness sessions to large audiencesTo support and coach candidates including those who have asked for positive action and support mentors with advice and guidanceTo co-ordinate and ensure all pre-employment, contracts of employment and induction processes and promotion boards are undertaken efficiently and in accordance with legal requirements and company ProceduresTo participate on shortlisting and interview panels and ensure best practice is followedTo undertake job evaluationTo deliver and design Induction and on boarding processes Essential SkillsLevel 5 Advanced Diploma or equivalent qualification in Human Resources or work to obtain the qualification within an agreed timescaleAssociate member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development Relevant experience in the HR field. and working in a multi-disciplined / multi-site organisationMust have experience of research and development of HR policy and procedure developmentMust have experience of providing advice and guidance to line managers on HR related mattersExperience of using HR/Payroll systems and provision of management informationAbility to apply financial or technical data knowledge to provide sound analyses in order to drive results and effective decision makingUnderstands impact of legislation and law regulations relevant to the functionMust be IT literate and have a good working practical knowledge of Microsoft Office packages including Word and Excel If you feel you are right for this role 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.
        • stevenage, east of england
        • contract
        • £10.95 per hour
        • randstad business support
        Role: Recruitment Administrator Contract: 6 months Rate: £10.95 per hour / working 37 hours per week Location: Hertfordshire - Stevenage, Daneshill House Key ResponsibilitiesTo provide effective administration to enable recruitment processes to run smoothly, including advertising positions, pre selecting candidates, handling queries, arranging assessments and using HR systems to track applications and set up new starters.Take opportunity to identify improvements in existing recruitment processes that improve service delivery.To ensure recruitment website content and relevant social media accounts are kept up to date and used to engage with potential candidates.To keep recruitment trackers up to date and highlight where KPIs around service delivery are off track and action required to address this.To act as the SPOC (single point of contact) for candidates from applicant stage through to joining BCH, in an engaging way that gives candidates confidence that it is the right organisation and role for them.To work proactively with hiring managers to ensure a good understanding of recruitment requirements and their understanding of roles and responsibilities through the recruitment process.To take responsibility for improving processes and ways of working, optimising use of digital technology that results in a better end user experience.To provide administrative support to internal recruitment moves, including support with postings and promotions processes.To support recruitment information evenings and selection and assessments centres where required.To work closely with the HR transaction team and contracts team in the issuing of offer letters and contracts to ensure information is accurate and relevant to the candidate. Entry RequirementsMinimum educated to NVQ Level 2 or equivalent experience.Knowledge of HR systems and database desirable.Experience of working in a HR team, or customer service environment.Experience working with processing large volumes of data whilst maintain accuracy of information.Demonstrate ability to build good relationships across a range of roles and understand customer requirement well.Ability to problem solve and suggest correction course of action where required.Excellent attention to detail.Demonstrate interest in working with different technological and digital solutions to improve service delivery. Please apply to get your CV in front of the hiring manager! Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
        Role: Recruitment Administrator Contract: 6 months Rate: £10.95 per hour / working 37 hours per week Location: Hertfordshire - Stevenage, Daneshill House Key ResponsibilitiesTo provide effective administration to enable recruitment processes to run smoothly, including advertising positions, pre selecting candidates, handling queries, arranging assessments and using HR systems to track applications and set up new starters.Take opportunity to identify improvements in existing recruitment processes that improve service delivery.To ensure recruitment website content and relevant social media accounts are kept up to date and used to engage with potential candidates.To keep recruitment trackers up to date and highlight where KPIs around service delivery are off track and action required to address this.To act as the SPOC (single point of contact) for candidates from applicant stage through to joining BCH, in an engaging way that gives candidates confidence that it is the right organisation and role for them.To work proactively with hiring managers to ensure a good understanding of recruitment requirements and their understanding of roles and responsibilities through the recruitment process.To take responsibility for improving processes and ways of working, optimising use of digital technology that results in a better end user experience.To provide administrative support to internal recruitment moves, including support with postings and promotions processes.To support recruitment information evenings and selection and assessments centres where required.To work closely with the HR transaction team and contracts team in the issuing of offer letters and contracts to ensure information is accurate and relevant to the candidate. Entry RequirementsMinimum educated to NVQ Level 2 or equivalent experience.Knowledge of HR systems and database desirable.Experience of working in a HR team, or customer service environment.Experience working with processing large volumes of data whilst maintain accuracy of information.Demonstrate ability to build good relationships across a range of roles and understand customer requirement well.Ability to problem solve and suggest correction course of action where required.Excellent attention to detail.Demonstrate interest in working with different technological and digital solutions to improve service delivery. Please apply to get your CV in front of the hiring manager! Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
        • bedford, east of england
        • interim
        • competitive
        • digby morgan
        ER Advisor - 12 month FTC - £31,365 - Bedford, Norwich, Chelmsford / WFH Digby Morgan are currently working with a Bedford based NHS trust currently recruiting for a ER Advisor on a 1 year contract. This is a great opportunity for an ER specialist who has strong knowledge of the NHS terms and conditions. Role SummaryTo provide expert advice and support to Trust managers and staff on the NHSTerms and Conditions.Human Resources Advice and Support To provide advice and support to Trust managers and staff on a wide range of operational Human Resources issues, including disciplinary and grievance issues,undertaking initial investigations, arranging hearings and advising at hearings to a panel as necessary as allocated by HR Manager, including planning, collating and when required, giving evidence at hearings and/or meetings including dealing with contentious information which may be confrontational or disputed. Participate as HR representative at employee relations meetings/hearings eg,disciplinary, grievance, dignity at work, capability, which includes analysis and interpretation of information which may be contentious, highly complex and sensitive. To assist Trust managers and staff in the interpretation and implementation of all Trust HR policies and procedures e.g. Grievance, Disciplinary and Sickness Absence. To support Trust managers on the application of NHS terms and conditions of service. To advise managers on issues of employment legislation. To ensure that the Trust complies with employment legislation and proactively advise the managers of the implications of new legislation. Apply Today! Role closes Friday 16th April
        ER Advisor - 12 month FTC - £31,365 - Bedford, Norwich, Chelmsford / WFH Digby Morgan are currently working with a Bedford based NHS trust currently recruiting for a ER Advisor on a 1 year contract. This is a great opportunity for an ER specialist who has strong knowledge of the NHS terms and conditions. Role SummaryTo provide expert advice and support to Trust managers and staff on the NHSTerms and Conditions.Human Resources Advice and Support To provide advice and support to Trust managers and staff on a wide range of operational Human Resources issues, including disciplinary and grievance issues,undertaking initial investigations, arranging hearings and advising at hearings to a panel as necessary as allocated by HR Manager, including planning, collating and when required, giving evidence at hearings and/or meetings including dealing with contentious information which may be confrontational or disputed. Participate as HR representative at employee relations meetings/hearings eg,disciplinary, grievance, dignity at work, capability, which includes analysis and interpretation of information which may be contentious, highly complex and sensitive. To assist Trust managers and staff in the interpretation and implementation of all Trust HR policies and procedures e.g. Grievance, Disciplinary and Sickness Absence. To support Trust managers on the application of NHS terms and conditions of service. To advise managers on issues of employment legislation. To ensure that the Trust complies with employment legislation and proactively advise the managers of the implications of new legislation. Apply Today! Role closes Friday 16th April
        • west london, london
        • permanent
        • competitive
        • digby morgan
        HR Coordinator - Permanent - £38,000 - West London Digby Morgan are currently working with a Large Housing Association currently recruiting for a HR Coordinator on a permanent basis. The role is to assist with the administrative duties across HR and OD. Key accountabilitiesInputting payrollPre employment checks - DBS, References.Updating the Hr system (cascade) If able to work in a busy fast paced environment and able to preform well under pressure. Please apply today.
        HR Coordinator - Permanent - £38,000 - West London Digby Morgan are currently working with a Large Housing Association currently recruiting for a HR Coordinator on a permanent basis. The role is to assist with the administrative duties across HR and OD. Key accountabilitiesInputting payrollPre employment checks - DBS, References.Updating the Hr system (cascade) If able to work in a busy fast paced environment and able to preform well under pressure. Please apply today.
        • london, london
        • permanent
        • £33,000 - £35,000 per year
        • digby morgan
        Key Responsibilities: To manage the HR Admin team day to day in effective delivery of recruitment, onboarding, Payroll admin, contractual changes and letters, Management of Bank Support Worker processes, managing agency PSL and iTrent system To ensure compliance with all regulatory and legal HR requirements including Right to work, DBS, contractual rights and auditing requirements To support delivery of a 'silent' HR admin service that delivers a high level of service that is right first time to customers Ensure that clear and standardised processes are followed that focus on quality and accuracy of work in line with established standards and KPIs e.g. 'right first time' philosophy Demonstrate exceptional attention to detail when checking monthly payroll actions, undertaking monthly audits on Right to Work and DBS tracker, and all correspondence letters sent by the Shared Services team Influence development of HR Service Centre services collaborating with other teams across the HR service Responsible for the ongoing improvement and development of the Process & Improvements and HR Shared Services Teams ensuring an integrated approach to service delivery and collaboration with the HR operations team If your a confident HR professional who can lead a team with the abilty to hit the ground running then Apply Today!
        Key Responsibilities: To manage the HR Admin team day to day in effective delivery of recruitment, onboarding, Payroll admin, contractual changes and letters, Management of Bank Support Worker processes, managing agency PSL and iTrent system To ensure compliance with all regulatory and legal HR requirements including Right to work, DBS, contractual rights and auditing requirements To support delivery of a 'silent' HR admin service that delivers a high level of service that is right first time to customers Ensure that clear and standardised processes are followed that focus on quality and accuracy of work in line with established standards and KPIs e.g. 'right first time' philosophy Demonstrate exceptional attention to detail when checking monthly payroll actions, undertaking monthly audits on Right to Work and DBS tracker, and all correspondence letters sent by the Shared Services team Influence development of HR Service Centre services collaborating with other teams across the HR service Responsible for the ongoing improvement and development of the Process & Improvements and HR Shared Services Teams ensuring an integrated approach to service delivery and collaboration with the HR operations team If your a confident HR professional who can lead a team with the abilty to hit the ground running then Apply Today!
        • ipswich, east of england
        • permanent
        • £17,000 - £17,136 per year
        • randstad business support
        Principal purpose of the role To deliver an excellent first and second line transactional HR service to the Constabularies; providing an administrative service to all employees, following clearly defined process, in line with established SLAs. Main activities of the role To undertake a comprehensive range of HR transactional, administrative and IT based processes in connection with the delivery of first and second line support to the business including recruitment, clearances, appointments, leavers, contractual changes and employment related policies and procedures To maintain accurate and up-to-date employee and recruitment records and systems, both manual and computerised To be responsible for the resolution of transactional HR queries some of which may be relatively complex and require a degree of analysis or comparison of options To provide advice on the application of both national and local conditions of service for employees Preparation of management information, employee data and statistics in order to work in a proactive and planned manner where possible. To ensure that all service standards and timescales are met To make recommendations for improvements in relation to administrative systems and processes. Any other duties that are commensurate with the role and grade as may be requested by managers Essential CriteriaAble to make recommendations for improvements in relation to administrative systems and processesProven and effective administrative skills. Understands the need for confidentialityAn understanding of how to handle, resolve and escalate enquiries and pass on information promptlyExcellent customer service skillsExcellent written and verbal communication skillsConfident in using ICT systems such as Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint Able to plan, manage and review tasks for self and more junior team membersExcellent interpersonal skills, able to communicate effectively and professionallyExcellent time management and planning and organisation skillsAble to support changes in service provision in a positive and constructive mannerAble to work independently and seek advice and guidance when neededIs approachable and confident in coaching more junior members of the team to help them to acquireskills and experienceExperience of taking ownership for delivering outcomesExperience of using information to develop solutions and solve problemsRandstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.
        Principal purpose of the role To deliver an excellent first and second line transactional HR service to the Constabularies; providing an administrative service to all employees, following clearly defined process, in line with established SLAs. Main activities of the role To undertake a comprehensive range of HR transactional, administrative and IT based processes in connection with the delivery of first and second line support to the business including recruitment, clearances, appointments, leavers, contractual changes and employment related policies and procedures To maintain accurate and up-to-date employee and recruitment records and systems, both manual and computerised To be responsible for the resolution of transactional HR queries some of which may be relatively complex and require a degree of analysis or comparison of options To provide advice on the application of both national and local conditions of service for employees Preparation of management information, employee data and statistics in order to work in a proactive and planned manner where possible. To ensure that all service standards and timescales are met To make recommendations for improvements in relation to administrative systems and processes. Any other duties that are commensurate with the role and grade as may be requested by managers Essential CriteriaAble to make recommendations for improvements in relation to administrative systems and processesProven and effective administrative skills. Understands the need for confidentialityAn understanding of how to handle, resolve and escalate enquiries and pass on information promptlyExcellent customer service skillsExcellent written and verbal communication skillsConfident in using ICT systems such as Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint Able to plan, manage and review tasks for self and more junior team membersExcellent interpersonal skills, able to communicate effectively and professionallyExcellent time management and planning and organisation skillsAble to support changes in service provision in a positive and constructive mannerAble to work independently and seek advice and guidance when neededIs approachable and confident in coaching more junior members of the team to help them to acquireskills and experienceExperience of taking ownership for delivering outcomesExperience of using information to develop solutions and solve problemsRandstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

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