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      • greater london, london
      • full-time
      • Boston Consulting Group
      WHAT YOU'LL DOAs Senior Regional Recruiting Manager in EMEA for the Global Specialty Businesses at BCG, you will be leading regional strategy for a range of diverse businesses, partnering with key stakeholders to drive their acquisition of top talent and be part of the global recruiting leadership team. You will have overall responsibility for the regional team and all recruitment activities across the region. Working in close partnership with the regional and global teams, the role will be an interesting blend of setting the regional strategy, team leadership, operational excellence and strategic projects. From a delivery perspective, this full lifecycle Senior Recruiting Manager role will also have ownership of a select number of senior level positions from inception through to completion.YOU'RE GOOD ATCreating & driving a regional recruiting strategy through a diversified virtual team set up of over 20 peopleManaging key stakeholder relationships as a trusted partner and valued advisor, building a deep understanding of their business, role requirements and desired candidate profilesBuilding & leveraging internal networks & talent sources to drive mobility, employee referrals and alumni engagement in the regionManaging a high touch selection process for a select number of key senior roles,Articulation of the global talent brand and candidate value proposition to the region and subsequent promotion to the appropriate talent markets in each countryIn collaboration with the Global Recruiting Director and Global Talent Acquisition Operations Senior Manager, shaping and implementing the regional recruitment strategy, leading regional initiatives and contributing to or leading global projectsCoordination across Regional and Global Centers of Excellence, including Talent Sourcing, Talent Branding, Operations, Compensation, Immigration, Legal and ComplianceReviewing key metrics and performance measures for the region such as time to hire, cost per hire and quality of hire, and making recommendations for enhancements wherever possibleEnsuring global best practices are embedded in the region to drive operational effectiveness through process improvements and the ongoing coaching and mentoring of hiring managers and the regional HR teamConducting hiring manager coaching and behavioral based interview training as required to enhance the quality of hiring decisionsTogether with the Global Talent Acquisition Operations Senior Manager, initiating and executing global recruiting excellence projectsDirectly managing regional Recruiting Leads, Recruiters and Recruiting Specialists, overseeing their professional development & providing apprenticeship (goal setting, training, coaching, evaluations)YOU BRING (EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS)Bachelor’s Degree with high academic achievement required10+ years of recruitment/talent acquisition experience or human resources experience with a focus on recruitmentUnderstanding of regional markets, sourcing channels, hiring trends, cultural norms, compensation benchmarksStrong team management experience with ability to coach & guide and provide inspirational leadership to develop teamsAbility to build strong stakeholder relationships through a dedicated focus on client service and deliveryKnowledge of recruiting technologies such as Applicant Tracking Systems (Brassring, Taleo, iCIMs, etc.) or CRMsDeep knowledge of leading recruiting tools & platforms such as LinkedinExperience leading and managing direct delivery & sourcing modelsStrong project management and prioritization skillsAbility to be responsive and effective in a fast-paced yet consensus-based corporate culture, to multitask and operate effectively in a matrix organizationBest practice process management and driving operational effectivenessExperience building internal network with senior leaders and advising senior stakeholders as subject matter expertExcellent English; other European languages considered an advantageYOU'LL WORK WITHThe Global Recruiting team works closely with GSB business units to attract and select top talent across every region globally through: Best in class recruiting excellence, innovative sourcing, and an engaging talent brand.ADDITIONAL INFORMATIONThe People Management Team (PMT) is comprised of several centers of expertise including HR Operations, People Analytics, Career Development, Learning & Development, Talent Acquisition & Branding, Compensation, and Mobility. Our centers of expertise work together to build out new teams and capabilities by sourcing, acquiring and retaining the best, diverse talent for BCG’s Global Specialty Businesses.We develop talent and capabilities, while enhancing managers’ effectiveness, and building affiliation and engagement in our new global offices. The PMT also harmonizes process efficiencies, automation, and global standardization. Through analytics and digitalization, we are always looking to expand our PMT capabilities and coverage.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Trust Payments
      Trust Payments have an exciting opportunity for an HR Business Partner to join the team.Location: LondonSalary: Competitive + BenefitsPlease note that some international travel is required for this role. About Us: Trust Payments is a global unified payment technology group that was formed in 2019 bringing together technology and financial services into an omnichannel solution. The new business model has enabled Trust Payments to establish itself as a leading Fintech Payments group.HR Business Partner - The Role:This is an integral role within the global HR function for Trust Payments. In your role you will work closely with the Group Head of HR and deputise for them where necessary, mentor other team members in across the EU, work on key HR projects and act as a Business Partner to key members of the Executive Committee Team. We have a strong people culture in which we are committed to developing and retaining the best employees to deliver excellent services to our clients.HR Business Partner- Key Responsibilities:- Work with the Group Head of HR to deliver the Company's People strategy- Take responsibility for managing HR initiatives to ensure we are achieving the plan- Performance Management - Ensure that managers and employees are conducting performance reviews- Ensure compliance with Employment Law across all jurisdictions to minimize risk to Trust Payments- Report on and monitor people dashboard to ensure there is proactive management of people including employee engagement and retention- Employee Relations - Manage employee cases of sickness, performance and disciplinary to ensure that the situations are managed effectively and come to a suitable conclusion for the company- Work with line managers to ensure employees performance is being managed well and in line with their objectives- Employee Engagement - lead on the annual Employee engagement survey process and devise action plans- Work with Finance and the Group Head of HR to track the annual workforce plan and budget- Employee Benefits - Ensure benefits are competitive, suggesting new ideas and working with the HR Operations Team Leader to renew benefits annually- Working closely with the Recruitment team- Work closely with the HR Operations Team Leader to ensure the effective onboarding of new employees- Provide coaching to the HR Assistants in order to support their development- HR Policies - Support on drafting and reviewing new and existing policies to ensure compliance with employment lawHR Business Partner - You:- Held previous HR Manager/Business Partner role in a fast-growing company- Proven experience of working in fast paced organisations preferably in a technology, financial services, or payments sector- Able to problem solve and demonstrate operational and strategic skills- Comfortable in developing team members and empowering staff- Demonstrates commercial acumen - partners with the business to deliver commercially focused people strategies and has a good overall understanding of company finances and uses this to develop policies- Solid employment law knowledge and proven experience of applying updated legislation to a variety of HR situations- Evidence of having a passion for working with people and working beyond the confines of the job description- Organisational skills - personal efficiency, time management skills and the ability to prioritise competing demands are key- Being able to understand company finances, resourcing and the ultimate aims- Professional expertise - A strong working knowledge of employment law issues, best practice processes for disciplinaries, redundancies and payroll is required- Educated to degree level preferably in Business Studies/Human Resource Management preferentialHR Business Partner - Benefits:- Opportunity to be part of a rapidly scaling and market-leading Fintech business- Health and Wellbeing ethos including regular wellness sessions, fitness and nutrition and other events as well as supported by internally qualified mental health first aiders- Family-friendly enhanced benefits/policies- Pension, Healthcare, Life AssuranceWe understand the value that a diverse and inclusive working environment brings to Trust Payments. We celebrate the differences that people can bring through their cultures, backgrounds and perspectives. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, colour, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or any other protected characteristic.During the recruitment process, we welcome you to inform us confidentially of any special adjustments required in order to participate fully in our recruitment experience.To submit your CV for this exciting HR Business Partner opportunity, please press 'Apply' now.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Boston Consulting Group
      WHAT YOU'LL DO• Work collaboratively with Senior Recruitment Specialist and HR manager on open roles from entry level to senior manager • Be responsible for the recruitment lifecycle for contingent workers, partnering with hiring managers and on-boarding teams • Support maintaining agency relationships during the recruitment process:o briefing external agencies on our recruiting requirements and process o delivering feedback on all CV submissionso scheduling successful candidates' interviewso maintaining regular contact throughout interview process• Assist with phone screening and first round Interviews for junior roles • Support the Senior Recruiting Specialist & HR Manager, with scheduling interviews with internal candidates, external agencies and directly with candidates • Proactively manage the BST recruiting portal (BEST); including uploading Job Descriptions, sending candidate communications, ensuring all candidates have been tracked correctly and look for possible user improvements to support further engagement with direct applicants• Work collaboratively with Senior Recruitment Specialist on open roles when necessary • Daily ownership of the BST Recruiting mailbox and escalating any queries to the relevant team members• Assist with any ad hoc requests, including periodic review and analysis of recruitment metrics to inform future InitiativesYOU'RE GOOD AT• Very strong attention to detail • Competent interpersonal and communication skills – ability to communicate confidently and adapt to different situations• Ability to be responsive and effective in a fast-paced corporate culture, to multitask and operate effectively in a matrix organization • Discrete and confidential• Resilient in dealing with routine tasks• Proactive “can-do” attitude and taking the initiative to identify opportunities to support the team and improve ways of workingYOU BRING (EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS)• Relevant experience in a recruitment role or similar HR role• Passion for talent acquisition • Experience of working in a fast-paced team - experience working with teams across multiple geographies Is a bonus• Confident in the use of Word and Excel• Knowledge of PowerPoint (ideal but not essential) • Experience of working with a hiring portal (ideal but not essential)BCG’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.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Boston Consulting Group
      WHAT YOU'LL DOYou will support the Staffing team, which allocates all available BCG consultants from London, Amsterdam and Brussel offices to suitable live cases. The role is highly administrative and is central to the smooth running of the overall team, requiring very strong organisational skills, precise communication and attention to detail. The role is quite customer focused and is highly interactive, so strong interpersonal skills are essential.YOU WILL:• Update case details on the internal staffing system• Maintaining accurate and up-to-date staffing profiles for the consulting team• Sending out case team confirmations• Attending staffing meetings• Facilitate internal “staff movements” meetings to update team on progress• Support the staffing team with the weekly assigning of non-case proposals and business development• Assisting Staffing team with the summer intern program• Regular and ad-hoc staffing reporting YOU'RE GOOD AT• Discrete and confidential• Accurate – very strong attention to detail• Resilient in dealing with routine tasks• Very strong communication skills – ability to communicate confidently at all levels and externally• Ability to summarise data in appropriate format• Organised• Proactive – ability to manage own workload• Ability to work to deadlines• Ability to take initiative• Proven interest in HR YOU BRING (EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS)• Numerate • Confident in the use of Word and Excel• Knowledge of PowerPoint (ideal but not essential) • Experience of working with a database (essential)BCG’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.
      • seven kings, london
      • full-time
      • BP
      Job Profile SummaryGrade IResponsible for supporting the delivery of business analysis and consulting processes and procedures for the defined specialism using basic technical capabilities, developing working relationships to provide support with queries, issues and ad-hoc requests and assisting with quality assurance services. Specialisms: Business Analysis; Data Management and Data Science; Digital Innovation.Job AdvertThe Role:The Intelligent Operations (IO) team is committed to delivering improvements in safety, reliability, efficiency, business performance, and customer experience through cross-discipline integration of existing and emerging digital capabilities. IO leverages data insights, automation, predictive capabilities, and physical technologies to digitally transform operations and deliver bp’s low carbon ambition. The team works in partnership bp’s production & operations businesses and their associated digital portfolio teams to identify high value use cases, deliver relevant proof of value solutions and define a template for scaling.Specialists in Intelligent Operations are members of multi-disciplinary solution areas directed by the VP digital production and business services Intelligent Operations, responsible for accelerated delivery of novel digital solutions. They are involved in the development and introduction of emerging technology into relevant value chain roadmaps and facilitate assessment of opportunities for value disruption. They also engage and communicate across interfaces to support early adoption, scaling, and training. This role is a member of the Connected Worker solution area, reporting to the Connected Worker PrincipalKey Accountabilities include:Participate on digital product delivery squads, expanding their technology options for solution delivery.Collaborate with Digital Science & Engineering to bring new technology to maturityWork with members of the other IO solution areas to coordinate trials, execute projects, and communicate progress to stakeholders.Work systematically and within an agile framework to progress technology proof-of-concept trials through pilot stage and into deployment.Develop innovative applications that will capture value across industries, leveraging the unique access to emerging technologies provided by bp Launchpad and VenturesProvide insight into operational issues through the analysis of process data and the application of physics- and data-based modeling techniquesContribute to a culture that celebrates collaboration, innovation and experimentation in service of value creation.Education: Bachelor’s degree in an engineering or physical science disciplineEssential Experience: Operational experience in one or more hydrocarbon business units.Experience working in and collaborating with multi-discipline product or service delivery teams.A track record of improving the safety, reliability, or commercial performance of subsurface, wells, production, or refining operations.A working knowledge of industry standard process simulation software such as Hysys or PetroSimDesirable criteria:Experience analyzing operating data for the purpose of optimizing equipment or process systems.Familiarity with the Palantir Foundry platform and associated applications.EntityInnovation & EngineeringJob Family GroupIT&S GroupRelocation availableNoTravel requiredNoTime TypeFull timeCountryUnited KingdomAbout BPINNOVATION & ENGINEERINGJoin us in creating, growing, and delivering innovation at pace, enabling us to thrive while transitioning to a net zero world. All without compromising our operational risk management. Working with us, you can do this by: • deploying our integrated capability and standards in service of our net zero and safety ambitions• driving our digital transformation and pioneering new business models• collaborating to deliver competitive customer-focused energy solutions• originating, scaling and commercialising innovative ideas, and creating ground-breaking new businesses from them• protecting us by assuring management of our greatest physical and digital risks Because together we are:• Originators, builders, guardians and disruptors• Engineers, technologists, scientists and entrepreneurs• Empathetic, curious, creative and inclusiveLegal disclaimerWe are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, national origin, sex, gender, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, marital status, neurodiversity/neurocognitive functioning, veteran status or disability status. We will ensure that individuals with disabilities are provided reasonable accommodation to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform crucial job functions, and to receive other benefits and privileges of employment. Please contact us to request accommodations.
      • bromley, london
      • full-time
      • Trust Payments
      Trust Payments have an exciting opportunity for an HR Business Partner to join the team.Location: BromleySalary: Competitive + BenefitsPlease note that some international travel is required for this role. About Us: Trust Payments is a global unified payment technology group that was formed in 2019 bringing together technology and financial services into an omnichannel solution. The new business model has enabled Trust Payments to establish itself as a leading Fintech Payments group.HR Business Partner - The Role:This is an integral role within the global HR function for Trust Payments. In your role you will work closely with the Group Head of HR and deputise for them where necessary, mentor other team members in across the EU, work on key HR projects and act as a Business Partner to key members of the Executive Committee Team. We have a strong people culture in which we are committed to developing and retaining the best employees to deliver excellent services to our clients.HR Business Partner- Key Responsibilities:- Work with the Group Head of HR to deliver the Company's People strategy- Take responsibility for managing HR initiatives to ensure we are achieving the plan- Performance Management - Ensure that managers and employees are conducting performance reviews- Ensure compliance with Employment Law across all jurisdictions to minimize risk to Trust Payments- Report on and monitor people dashboard to ensure there is proactive management of people including employee engagement and retention- Employee Relations - Manage employee cases of sickness, performance and disciplinary to ensure that the situations are managed effectively and come to a suitable conclusion for the company- Work with line managers to ensure employees performance is being managed well and in line with their objectives- Employee Engagement - lead on the annual Employee engagement survey process and devise action plans- Work with Finance and the Group Head of HR to track the annual workforce plan and budget- Employee Benefits - Ensure benefits are competitive, suggesting new ideas and working with the HR Operations Team Leader to renew benefits annually- Working closely with the Recruitment team- Work closely with the HR Operations Team Leader to ensure the effective onboarding of new employees- Provide coaching to the HR Assistants in order to support their development- HR Policies - Support on drafting and reviewing new and existing policies to ensure compliance with employment lawHR Business Partner - You:- Held previous HR Manager/Business Partner role in a fast-growing company- Proven experience of working in fast paced organisations preferably in a technology, financial services, or payments sector- Able to problem solve and demonstrate operational and strategic skills- Comfortable in developing team members and empowering staff- Demonstrates commercial acumen - partners with the business to deliver commercially focused people strategies and has a good overall understanding of company finances and uses this to develop policies- Solid employment law knowledge and proven experience of applying updated legislation to a variety of HR situations- Evidence of having a passion for working with people and working beyond the confines of the job description- Organisational skills - personal efficiency, time management skills and the ability to prioritise competing demands are key- Being able to understand company finances, resourcing and the ultimate aims- Professional expertise - A strong working knowledge of employment law issues, best practice processes for disciplinaries, redundancies and payroll is required- Educated to degree level preferably in Business Studies/Human Resource Management preferentialHR Business Partner - Benefits:- Opportunity to be part of a rapidly scaling and market-leading Fintech business- Health and Wellbeing ethos including regular wellness sessions, fitness and nutrition and other events as well as supported by internally qualified mental health first aiders- Family-friendly enhanced benefits/policies- Pension, Healthcare, Life AssuranceWe understand the value that a diverse and inclusive working environment brings to Trust Payments. We celebrate the differences that people can bring through their cultures, backgrounds and perspectives. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, colour, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or any other protected characteristic.During the recruitment process, we welcome you to inform us confidentially of any special adjustments required in order to participate fully in our recruitment experience.To submit your CV for this exciting HR Business Partner opportunity, please press 'Apply' now.
      • west end, london
      • full-time
      • Harrisons Recruitment
      Recruitment ConsultantAbout the Job:Permanent position.Assisting the company to build our core markets in Shipping, Oil, Aquaculture and Shipbuilding.360 recruitment working with clients and candidatesPlatform to build your network and careerOne of the highest commission structures offeredRolling promotional structure based on merit, attitude and reliability.Company Overview & Vision Our Client is a boutique recruitment agency that specializes in oil, shipping and aquaculture. Having built up a solid foundation and reputation within the market, the company has plans to further expand the team in London, with aspirations to open multiple offices worldwide over the next few years.The company's focus is building the company's longevity and reputation. Therefore, we treat all clients, candidates and employees with due respect. We are a by the book company that works hard to assist our network by doing what we do best. We pay competitive salaries with one of the highest commission structures in the market (and up to 50% commissions).What we are looking for:· Successful candidates must have permission to work in the UK by the start of their employment· 6 month contract, with the intention to be taken on full time· Our unique incentive, with the potential to have multiple salary increases / decreases between £ 30,000 - £ 70,000 per annum, based on hit / performance targets).· £ 30,000 base salary with quarterly commissions (up to 50%)· 3+ years of experience in recruitment within shipping, aquaculture or oil & gas.· 360 recruiters / headhunters who can develop new business from scratch.· Proven track record, an existing network that can hit the ground running.· A good understanding of basic IT skills, including Microsoft packages, Outlook, Google, LinkedIn, sending emails and other related software. Gaining knowledge is an advantage.
      • herne hill, london
      • full-time
      • Acapella Recruitment
      Interim Payroll and HR Specialist£40 – 50k per annumHerne Hill6 month contractOur client operating within the Manufacturing industry are seeking and interim Payroll and HR Specialist for a 6 month contract. The appointed candidate will work on various projects streamlining the Groups payroll processes and implementing better ways of working. There will also be some HR support required throughout the project. Part-time (3 to 4 days per week) will also be considered.•Review and streamline current Group payroll process alongside the Head of Finance and Group HR Manager•Adapt and integrate HR and Payroll systems, removing the need for manual time sheet submissions and preventing any human error•Identify any gaps in payroll compliance across the group.•Develop payroll reporting capabilities•Manage payroll activity for subsidiary businesses, alongside their external payroll provider and eventually move it all in house under one payroll process.•Manage the current payroll process for The Group whilst developing a new, improved process.•Manage payroll inboxes and payroll queries.•Manage the relationship with the payroll system provider, Sage.•Manage pension, child care vouchers, HMRC payment and submissions•Manage HR activity for The Groups smaller businesses, managing contractual changes and consultations, as ;•Support line manages with day-to-day HR activity; absence management, investigations, disciplinaries, etc.•Scoping out gaps in HR compliance, and reporting back to the Group HR Manager, and assisting in the implementation of Group policies.•Some travel required around South London to other ;If this sounds like the opportunity for you, please apply ASAP.*PLEASE NOTE – by applying to this position, you agree for your CV to be submitted to our client, who shall contact you directly, should your application make their ; You also agree to our Privacy Policy:
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • U.S. Embassy, London
      Position Title:Recruitment AssistantReference:London -RA1Location:US Embassy, LondonClosing Date:July 27, 2022Work Hours:Full-time, 40 hours/weekSalary:£36, gross starting salary per annumBenefits:- Performance Related Pay System- Pension Scheme- BUPA Membership- Employee Assistance Program- Season Ticket Loan- Generous Annual Leave & Sick Leave- Paid Public Holidays ( & )An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Recruiter to join the Human Resources and Development (HRD) Office, at Embassy, London, to assist the Recruitment Manager in hiring exceptional applicants for vacant local hire positions within the Mission to the At its core, this position is all about people. The focus of this role is providing exceptional customer service to both internal and external clients – from senior diplomatic personnel – to members of the public.A keen eye for detail and the ability to manage time efficiently to determine priorities are a must in this role. Your day-to-day duties will include: reviewing position descriptions; preparing job announcements; advertising job announcements; managing the receipt of applications; shortlisting applications; organizing the selection day; representing Human Resources on interview panels; sending unsuccessful letters and tentative offer letters; onboarding and checking in new starters on their first day at work; and maintaining general recruitment administration.Interested? We would like to hear from you!QUALIFICATIONS REQUIREDApplicants must address each required qualification listed below with specific and comprehensive information supporting each item. Failure to do so may result in a determination that the applicant is not qualified.EDUCATION:Four General Certifications of Secondary Education (GCSEs), High School Diploma or an equivalent qualification.EXPERIENCE:Must have HR experience.LANGUAGE:Fluent in written and spoken English.JOB KNOWLEDGE:Must have a comprehensive understanding of the fundamental principles of HR operations and a thorough knowledge of UK/EU employment law. Working knowledge of office management procedures and core administrative procedures is required. A working knowledge of determining an individual's legal right to work in the UK for employment purposes is required. Advanced database management and knowledge is required as well as the knowledge to manipulate data to meet the differing needs of the client portfolio. A solid understanding of the importance of customer care and the fundamental principle of confidentiality necessary in a HR office environment is required.SKILLS & ABILITIES:Must have excellent interpersonal and customer care skills. Ability to manage time efficiently, determine priorities, to organize administrative workflow, and to help maintain HRD's high administrative standards. Ability to work under pressure to achieve deadlines. Ability to use initiative. Excellent English drafting skills. Excellent attention to detail.ALL INTERESTED APPLICANTS FOR THIS VACANCY MUST SUBMIT THEIR APPLICATION VIA THE ELECTRONIC RECRUITMENT APPLICATION (ERA) – THIS CAN BE DONE BY SELECTING THE APPLY BUTTON SHOWN.
      • docklands, london
      • full-time
      • Harrisons Recruitment
      Title: Recruitment Consultant - Technology Salary: Up to £30,000Location: Canary Wharf (Hybrid Working)Experience: 1 Years of Recruitment ExperienceLanguage: EnglishJob Type: Permanent Harrisons Recruitment is working with a specialist IT & Healthcare Recruitment agency that are looking for 360 Recruiters to continue to build their brand across their markets, creating new relationships as well as leveraging existing accounts and clients. This is a chance for people to really take their career to the next level, IT & Technology is constantly evolving, making it an extremely lucrative and exciting market to work in.They are looking to grow yet again! They are seeking experienced Recruitment Consultants for their London office.About Our Client: They are passionate about people in the workplace. They have clients across the globe from Multinationals through to innovative start-ups. They know exactly what their clients need and are the only recruitment company that creates their own candidate pool through their tech training accelerator programme. Having launched in 2020, they are proud to cover numerous global locations and have offices and clients across the UK, US and Netherlands, with exciting plans for sustained growth. What They Need From You: A proven track record as a Billing Consultant.Business development, building new client relationships through cold calling, meetings and networking.Arranging events/ meets ups within your market area.Keeping up to date with industry knowledge and mapping out your market.Finding the best talent in your market by networking, headhunting and otherCreating job advertsNegotiating with both clients and candidates.What We Offer: Competitive base salary, uncapped commission Fast career progression: 90% of our Consultants become Principals/ Team Leaders within 3 years!Incentives: Lunch clubs, private healthcare, Holidays (Bali, New York, Mauritius), day trips, company days out, staff referral and moreRemote and Office working
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • BP
      Job Profile SummaryGrade IResponsible for supporting the delivery of business analysis and consulting processes and procedures for the defined specialism using basic technical capabilities, developing working relationships to provide support with queries, issues and ad-hoc requests and assisting with quality assurance services. Specialisms: Business Analysis; Data Management and Data Science; Digital Innovation.Job AdvertThe Role:The Intelligent Operations (IO) team is committed to delivering improvements in safety, reliability, efficiency, business performance, and customer experience through cross-discipline integration of existing and emerging digital capabilities. IO leverages data insights, automation, predictive capabilities, and physical technologies to digitally transform operations and deliver bp’s low carbon ambition. The team works in partnership bp’s production & operations businesses and their associated digital portfolio teams to identify high value use cases, deliver relevant proof of value solutions and define a template for scaling.Specialists in Intelligent Operations are members of multi-disciplinary solution areas directed by the VP digital production and business services Intelligent Operations, responsible for accelerated delivery of novel digital solutions. They are involved in the development and introduction of emerging technology into relevant value chain roadmaps and facilitate assessment of opportunities for value disruption. They also engage and communicate across interfaces to support early adoption, scaling, and training. This role is a member of the Connected Worker solution area, reporting to the Connected Worker PrincipalKey Accountabilities include:Participate on digital product delivery squads, expanding their technology options for solution delivery.Collaborate with Digital Science & Engineering to bring new technology to maturityWork with members of the other IO solution areas to coordinate trials, execute projects, and communicate progress to stakeholders.Work systematically and within an agile framework to progress technology proof-of-concept trials through pilot stage and into deployment.Develop innovative applications that will capture value across industries, leveraging the unique access to emerging technologies provided by bp Launchpad and VenturesProvide insight into operational issues through the analysis of process data and the application of physics- and data-based modeling techniquesContribute to a culture that celebrates collaboration, innovation and experimentation in service of value creation.Education: Bachelor’s degree in an engineering or physical science disciplineEssential Experience: Operational experience in one or more hydrocarbon business units.Experience working in and collaborating with multi-discipline product or service delivery teams.A track record of improving the safety, reliability, or commercial performance of subsurface, wells, production, or refining operations.A working knowledge of industry standard process simulation software such as Hysys or PetroSimDesirable criteria:Experience analyzing operating data for the purpose of optimizing equipment or process systems.Familiarity with the Palantir Foundry platform and associated applications.EntityInnovation & EngineeringJob Family GroupIT&S GroupRelocation availableNoTravel requiredNoTime TypeFull timeCountryUnited KingdomAbout BPINNOVATION & ENGINEERINGJoin us in creating, growing, and delivering innovation at pace, enabling us to thrive while transitioning to a net zero world. All without compromising our operational risk management. Working with us, you can do this by: • deploying our integrated capability and standards in service of our net zero and safety ambitions• driving our digital transformation and pioneering new business models• collaborating to deliver competitive customer-focused energy solutions• originating, scaling and commercialising innovative ideas, and creating ground-breaking new businesses from them• protecting us by assuring management of our greatest physical and digital risks Because together we are:• Originators, builders, guardians and disruptors• Engineers, technologists, scientists and entrepreneurs• Empathetic, curious, creative and inclusiveLegal disclaimerWe are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, national origin, sex, gender, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, marital status, neurodiversity/neurocognitive functioning, veteran status or disability status. We will ensure that individuals with disabilities are provided reasonable accommodation to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform crucial job functions, and to receive other benefits and privileges of employment. Please contact us to request accommodations.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Boston Consulting Group
      WHAT YOU'LL DOBCG is undertaking a transformation to reinvent the way we recruit as a firm – across our core consulting business, digital businesses, other adjacencies, and Business Services Team (BST) roles. Our objective is to ensure we remain competitive and continue to attract and hire diverse top talent, given our ambitious growth targets over the next 5 years. For this, our recruiting model needs to be diversified, de-risked, future-proofed, and scalable.The Transformation Senior Coordinator will support delivery of this strategic transformation for the firm, working closely with the Global Recruiting Transformation team (comprising our Managing Director and Partner of Talent Acquisition, Global Recruiting Transformation Director, Governance & Transformation Senior Manager and Projects & Innovation Senior Manager) wider Global Talent Acquisition (GTA) team, Agile Tribe supporting Recruiting Technology and worldwide Recruiting organisation,. The effort has been underway since early 2020, and as part of this, we have built out our Global Talent Acquisition team to provide ongoing delivery of specialist products and services to our recruiting delivery teams worldwide. The individual who takes on this role will ensure coordination and continuation of this transformation effort, particularly as we transition aspects of ‘change’ into ‘run’ activities. As part of this role you will:Take the lead on GTA team administrationStructure and organize monthly and quarterly updates across our ‘run’ Solutions and Talent Value Centre teams, including quarterly target tracking, as well as regular updates from our ‘change’ initiativesManage process and tools to collate status reports via both live team meetings and written input, prep summaries for an executive audienceManage our GTA team shared folder structures, currently on Egnyte, as well as upcoming migration to SharepointSupport our solutions teams and Agile Tribe in vendor management by sharing info and key data for procurement and compliance processesSupport GTA line managers with onboarding planning and delivery for new team membersSupport content development and key stats/data used for communication and engagementSupport content preparation for recruiting townhalls, internal, external comms, working with our Branding & Marketing and broader Transformation teamsSupport the articulation and communication of our Recruiting Transformation priorities and progessCollate and analyze core data used in decision-making, executive presentations and recruiting communications ( end to end recruiting spend and FTE, productivity, adoption and impact tracking), working with the broader Transformation team, our Finance partners and Data & Analytics teamSupport Governance and Transformation Senior Manager to develop and maintain stakeholder maps and resourcing plansSupport comms and engagement activities and logisticsDevelop and collate content for our worldwide TalentBuzz newsletter, manage Global Talent Acquisition microsite, working with broader teams to ensure look & feel and content stay up to dateSupport to engagement events and offsites, including meeting and logistics planningYOU'RE GOOD ATThe ideal candidate for this role would have:Strong interpersonal, written and verbal communication skillsInfluencing and networking skills; ability to work and connect with a broad range of BCG partners in a highly matrixed organisationAbility to think through ambiguous issues/problems independently and propose possible solutionsStrong conceptual, analytical and process thinkingAbility to prioritise and manage work effectively, handling competing priorities and connecting the dots across different streams of workStrong focus on detailsYOU BRING (EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS)Candidates for this role should have:University degree in business, HR or another related fieldMinimum of 2 years of relevant experience in HR, Talent Acquisition, Recruiting, or equivalentExperience with project / program management, supporting solution development and progress updatesExperience with using a variety of digital collaboration tools such as Slack, Trello, Miro and othersExperience with rigorous and accurate analysis, working with teams in complex environmentsYOU'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.
      • city of london, london
      • full-time
      • Harrisons Recruitment
      Job Title: Recruitment Consultant/ ResourcerSalary: Up to £27,000Location: AldgateExperience: 1+ years of Recruitment ExperienceJob Type: PermanentHarrisons Recruitment is working with a leading recruitment firm that specialises in Economics and Analytics recruitment. They partner with some of the world's leading brands and consultancies delivering top tier candidates from recent graduates, all the way up to Partners and business leaders. Their aim is to grow whilst remaining our client's recruiters of choice.They, like everyone else, have been adjusting to the new normal following the pandemic. However, they are excited to once again look for sharp minds to join their growing team and are proud to offer the opportunity to develop within the team, have fast career progression, and the support to become a future leader.They are looking for Resourcers to support our Directors in the delivery of executive searches and contingency based projects. As well as having an option to take ownership for a range of clients, you will be conducting market mapping exercises and building long lists of candidates for a variety of searches and keeping clients up to date with our results.Key AccountabilitiesSource and select relevant candidates using a wide range of platformsApproaching suitable candidates and qualifying against agreed competencies (with the aim to manage entire candidate recruitment process)Map markets and identify key people within a range of industriesBuilding and maintaining relationships with candidates and clientsAssisting with the day to day running of recruitment process, confirming interviews and ensuring the database is kept up to dateRequired experienceTo be considered, you will:Have at least an undergraduate degree and demonstrate a keen interest in pursuing a careerin executive search ORMinimum of 6 months recruitment experienceBe capable of communicating with senior stakeholdersHave excellent communication skills, both written and verbal. Additional Languages aredesirableEnjoy working in a fast paced and demanding environmentPerson SpecificationTeam player who is proactive and willing to participate in company discussionsAble to work within company procedures and standardsKeen to develop and learn through training and colleaguesAble to work well under pressure and manage own workloadKey BenefitsCompetitive salary and commission structureUnrestricted career progression and the chance to make your mark in a growing companyContinued support with personal and professional development including regular trainingCompany MacBookHybrid working (working from home and from our office based in Bank)Unlimited holidaysPrivate HealthcarePensionJoining a company with a fun energetic team in a supportive environmentRewards for hitting targets (past team holidays have included trips to Dubai, Barcelona,Amsterdam etc)
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Boston Consulting Group
      WHAT YOU'LL DOBCG is seeking a Director, Global Head of Benefits & Wellbeing to lead the global center of expertise in designing and implementing a comprehensive employee benefits approach for BCG employees and their families across the globe. To unlock the potential of those who advance the world, we believe we must stay true to our company principles, our values, and each other. Inherent in this pursuit is our ability to attract and retain the best talent and fully reflect the diverse world in which we live and work. By investing in employee well-being; we empower our people and, as a result, deliver value to our clients. In this role, you will help lead, inspire, and bring benefits to the next level as part of the broader Total Rewards strategy. This role reports to the Global Rewards Senior Director and regularly partners with multiple teams within BCG. You will be responsible for building and deploying a global and geographically dispersed group of Benefits experts. Currently BCG offers a comprehensive range of benefits that support and improve the overall well-being of our employees and eligible family members. To continue to advance our impact in this space, you will advise BCG senior leadership on strategies to further elevate the employee benefits offerings to a market-leading position, simplify and improve the employee experience, and become recognized as the thought leader within and outside the firm. You’ll be responsible for shaping the overall Benefits strategy; and leading and coaching the Global Benefits Center of Expertise team, creating the optimal team structure and skills to support our agenda. You will be driving a strong performance culture and providing your team with opportunities to grow their careers. You’ll act as a consultative thought partner to our internal stakeholders across multiple geographies and businesses, brainstorming solutions and creating Benefits and Wellbeing strategies to meet our talent goals and objectives. In addition, you’ll be collaborating closely with Global Rewards and other Comp and Benefits directors and business leadership to ensure we have effective frameworks in place to support the Rewards, Benefits and Wellbeing strategy. You’ll drive deep partnerships with key stakeholders to ensure a fluid understanding of the various skills and competencies the Benefits experts bring to the table and embed a collaboration model to serve BCG geographies and businesses in conjunction with the Global Compensation advisory model ensuring market competitive, innovative, and cost-effective benefits programs. You’ll champion diversity, equity, and inclusion considerations within the firm’s benefits programs. You’ll translate business goals and market trends to recommend and influence new approaches, policies, and procedures to create and influence the development of Benefits models to compete for our target talent groups. You’ll oversee the Global Benefits communications and branding plan aligned with broader EVP. You will be responsible for: Establishing a strong global Benefits network to ensure collaborative teaming, shared and aligned agendas and excellence in Wellbeing and Benefits is implemented across BCG. Building a global knowledge base & understanding across teams. Driving continuous improvement in benefits communication to help our employees understand our benefits tools and offerings. Maintain an understanding of key industry trends and best practices and ensure that BCG is seen as a top employer of choice in the external market You’ll be responsible for driving the value of investment from Benefits programs, as well as managing vendor and broker relationships ensuring that the benefits processes align with applicable regulations and BCG’s risk management and policy guidelines. You’ll apply your expertise and knowledge of market conditions to ensure our insurance covers our people at the right level and continuously look for opportunities to improve our coverage. You’ll own the Global Benefits project portfolio and ensure that critical initiatives across the range of areas are covered by the expertise and talent as needed. YOU'RE GOOD ATThe successful candidate will be comfortable in a fast-paced, complex global organization and confident in their regular interactions with the business and making decisions that require intellectual nimbleness, pragmatism and values-based decision making Self-motivated, proactive, and hardworking team player, with strong influencing skills Must be able to deliver functional capabilities that in keeping with BCG’s values and culture Effectively balance strategic thinking with the ability to get things done within a rapidly changing work environment Excellent conceptual skills and ability to package complex materials into a well-organized and succinct work product Enlist the cooperation of others while tapping into the skills & abilities of others to achieve desired results Understanding of cultural differences and open to local nuances across regions; ability to engage and connect with virtual team members and stakeholders YOU BRING (EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS)You have a university degree and 15+ years of relevant leadership work experience in either top-tier benefits consulting firm or a global benefits role within a heavily matrixed organization. You are a strong mentor, a team-builder with a long-term perspective, and empower others. You can motivate a team, lead by example, and fully comply with BCG Values, and you find ways to inspire and support diverse backgrounds and experience levels. You’ll have experience in data, analytics, and benchmarking trends to fuel local and global innovation. Understanding of innovation in voluntary and flexible benefits. You have a strategic perspective on People topics and can set the strategic direction for employee wellbeing and benefit programs to support the evolving needs of a dynamic organization. You possess in-depth knowledge of complex global wellbeing & employee benefits topics and creatively apply previous experience to improve the function further and are viewed as a subject matter expert across functions and stakeholder networks. You are highly capable of engaging and influencing stakeholders at a variety of levels, including senior leaders, to direct business outcomes, and are often sought out by senior stakeholders as a trusted sounding board You have a strong ability to work under pressure and are results-driven and self-motivated. You are flexible and can work in an environment with short-term shifts in priorities to meet a diverse customer base. You have experience with the strategic planning of wellbeing & employee benefits program development, consulting, and governance. You demonstrate a history of successfully owning and identifying solutions across the full spectrum of employee benefits and well-being, including behavioral, physical, and financial health. Ideally, you have prior knowledge of the professional services industry and its specific talent needs. YOU'LL WORK WITHSenior BCG business Leadership/other critical stakeholders of BCG and BCG organizations Global and Regional Finance and HR Local office leadership (incl. HR, Finance, and Office Heads) Other Global functions such as Mobility, Tax, and Partner Services Group
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Boston Consulting Group
      WHAT YOU'LL DOBCG’s Knowledge Team (KT) is a key pillar across BCG’s roughly twenty global Industry and Functional Practice businesses. KT is a billable, expertise-based, professional services organization. KT plays diverse roles ranging from being staffed in client case teams alongside consulting and other professional services staff to developing and managing IP specific to functional topic or industry sector-based businesses.BCG’s KT organization launched the Client Focus (CF) KT path in 2020 as a means for enabling KT to deliver high value to case teams and clients in a fully staffed model. CF KT is intensively staffed on client cases, leveraging individual expertise and knowledge assets (IP, products, and tools) by way of a variety of engagement models. The CF KT career path provides accelerated developmental opportunities for individuals who are capable of and excited about being staffed intensively on client cases and learning in the fast-paced, intense environment of the client case team.As a Client Focus (CF) KT Talent Manager you will work with a large group of KT members located across all BCG regions and their KT Managers to define development agendas (weaving together staffing needs, learning, coaching, expertise development…). You will help them to assess and identify developmental needs, and recommend actions to address those needs, teaming with the KT Manager and other teams within BCG including KT Learning & Development. You will provide direct mentoring and apprenticeship for KT skills and general junior consulting skills (outside of expertise-specific aspects). You will team with KT Managers to provide career advisory to KT members.Your responsibilities include but are not limited to:Provide individual development support (assess, advise, develop, coach): • Engage with Client Focus KT and their managers to assess developmental needs (inclusive of learning options, new assignments, staffing options, exposure to new stakeholders, international exposure, etc.) and to accelerate career progression and acquisition of new skills• Identify gaps in consulting and KT skills; advise about related learning needs, and define solutions with KT Managers, the KT Learning & Development function, and other BCG capabilities• Engage with KT Managers to ensure that staffing opportunities are appropriate to developmental needs, and aligned with the career trajectory and specialization Advise individuals on career growth options:• Build and maintain relationships with CF KT staff to understand their background and career professional aspirations• Advise them about available learning options, aligned with developmental needs and career trajectory; suggest individualized learning solutions, complementary to the learning journeys offered to all KT• Explore and suggest other developmental actions such as staffing, external exposure, networking, senior stakeholder engagement, etc.• Coach and guide CF KT throughout their career lifecycle on options and opportunities (potential moves to generalist and/or expert consulting career tracks, Topic Activation KT, other client-facing roles, etc.); act as a trusted advisor to guide individuals to outcomes beneficial to the individual and the business• Keep track of KT members' motivation and interests; help identifying potential attrition risk, work/life balance and sustainability challenges; address them with KT ManagersSupport KT Managers with Career Development (CD) activities:• Assist KT Managers and CD Team to collect robust evaluations which are thoughtfully calibrated• Help KT Manager to interpret feedback and developmental implications• Help KT Manager to complete the CD (career development) dossiers of team members; provide input on non-topic/sector-specific aspects• Provide visibility to KT business leadership (as needed), KT HR Leadership and KT Learning & Development about individual developmental needs; recognize patterns, so that general learning offers are adapted and enhanced accordingly• Work with KT HR, KT Learning & Development and Career Development teams to determine broader needs around learning, expertise building, and career growth• With KT and HR, ensure KT members receive the appropriate level of onboarding and induction when joining the team• When identifying employee issues, work actively with Regional HR and KT Managers to address and resolveYOU'RE GOOD ATAs a Client Focus (CF) KT Talent Manager you will work with a large group of KT members located across all BCG regions and their KT Managers to define development agendas (weaving together staffing needs, learning, coaching, expertise development…). You will help them to assess and identify developmental needs, and recommend actions to address those needs, teaming with the KT Manager and other teams within BCG including KT Learning & Development. You will provide direct mentoring and apprenticeship for KT skills and general junior consulting skills (outside of expertise-specific aspects). You will team with KT Managers to provide career advisory to KT members.• Performing successfully in a fast-paced and intellectually intense environment• Working in an international setting and remotely• Being a proactive, self-starter, setting your own agenda in consultation and collaboration with others as appropriate• Working in a highly-matrixed, complex and highly collaborative culture• Engaging with people and establishing a relationship based upon trust• Being empathetic, service-oriented, and confidently credible with others• Maintaining highest levels of internal and external confidentiality• Interacting with senior and middle management, proposing solutions in a smart way• Thinking out of the box, when considering individual development optionsYOU BRING (EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS)• 8-10+ years of relevant experience• Advanced Degree (Masters, MBA, JD, PhD, etc.) preferred• Deep understanding of the consulting business is preferred• Experience having delivered billable professional services, ideally in an expertise-based consulting team or organization• Strong interest and some experience in professional development and/or coaching• Internal BCG experience in Consulting, KT or other client-facing roles is a plus• Fluent in EnglishYOU'LL WORK WITHYou will work under the guidance of KT and HR/CD leaders, who will help defining your own priorities, and collect your views and insights about CF KT developmental needs. You will be a key interface to CF (Client Focus) KT members, you will advise on developmental needs and career options. You will work jointly with KT Managers, so that accurate developmental actions are defined and executed. You will work closely with the KT Learning Manager, to define and leverage learning options addressing both holistic and individual development needs. You will also collaborate with our CD (Career Development) Managers and Specialists (contributing to CD dossiers, advising about career progression, etc.), and HR professionals.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Boston Consulting Group
      WHAT YOU'LL DOIn this role, you will be part of GSB’s global Compensation team, which is responsible for working with the BU leaders on defining and operationalizing the compensation approach for our diverse talent profiles and career models. You will perform end-to-end analyses and provide consultative support for our compensation practices across our businesses. The analyses will provide quantitative insight (range analysis, budget impact, etc) for critical business decisions that will shape the focus and priorities of our compensation work, which will further strengthen our EVP to ensure we remain competitive in the marketplace.The successful candidate is a data-driven problem solver with top-notch execution skills. You will be a key team member of on our GSB compensation team. While you will collaborate closely with the global Compensation COE and GSB Comp Director, your specific responsibilities will include but not be limited to:Synthesize, manipulate and model large datasets; analyse multiple scenarios and hypotheses; recommend actions to address underlying issues or concernsDefine and create compensation reporting, dashboards, presentationsCollaborate with HR and business stakeholders to define requirements to enhance our CompView tool and further automate our GSB comp practices and dataWork with key HR stakeholders and HR BPs to capture and analyze compensation impacts (quantitatively and qualitatively) across employee lifecycle (candidate expectations to exit survey feedback)Support compensation related projects and initiatives (this could take a variety of focuses: support project management, communications, analyses, etc.)Maintain and update the Operations calendar of recurring and non-recurring tasksSupport compensation review and planning cyclesYOU'RE GOOD ATAnalysing large data sets, finding patterns, and providing a concise summaryConnecting the analysis of the data with prevailing industry trends and issuesBuilding easy-to-use and interactive analysis modelsEnsuring high quality of outputWorking and interacting in a global and virtual teamDeveloping recommendations – even with imperfect informationPaying attention to detailAsking the right questionsListening to and looking for input from othersSharing point of view with confidenceOrganizing yourselfWorking in a fast-paced and changing environment; juggling priorities and requestsYOU BRING (EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS)Bachelor's degree, preferably in HR or business related field4-6 years of Subject matter expertise across HR functions, IT system implementation, change management and project management; compensation experience a strong plusStrong experience with MS Excel and data modelling; experience with Tableau and Workday a plusProactive and resourceful; self-starterEagerness and ability to learn quicklyFamiliarity with reward practices including benchmarking and compensation modellingFamiliarity with different market benchmark surveys, job levelling, compensation approachesSolid written and verbal communication skillsExperience working across different geographies a plusFamiliarity with professional services companies and business models a plusYOU'LL WORK WITHYou will work with the Global Speciality Businesses Comp team, Global Compensation Center Of Excellence, GSB HR teams, Leaders, People Managers and employees.
      • city of london, london
      • full-time
      • Harrisons Recruitment
      Title: Recruitment Consultant (Trainee)Salary: £25,000Location: LondonExperience: No recruitment experienced required!!Language: EnglishJob Type: PermanentHarrisons Recruitment is working with a global recruitment Agency located in Tunbridge Wells and London specialising within the Technology sector. They're looking for experienced recruitment consultants to come and join their exciting and diverse team.About the Client:Operating for over 22 years, our client believes in approaching recruitment differently, putting emphasis on developing meaningful relationship, applying a personal touch with both clients and candidates. They understand that they are dealing with people's futures, not just filling jobs. They believe that in creating such meaningful relationships, they can successfully assist their clients in fulfilling their ambitions.Our client invests in their employee's development, aiming to build meaningful careers within the company by supplying clear lines of progression tailored to the employee's preferences, whether that be to manage a team, take on a leadership role or built up a desk on their own. They are proud to say that they do not micromanage their consultants, and are passionate about making their workplace a positive place to work and a place where people want to stay by making consultants feel valued.Through their ongoing dedication to continuous internal training and development, their Consultants are perfectly equipped to work collaboratively with candidates and clients alikeThey are a team of 40 across two locations in Tunbridge Wells and London, and are looking to increase their headcount and grow further.Candidate Profile2 years of Sales experience, or any other related backgroundRecruitment experience is preferred but not essentialConfident communicatorMoney motivatedAble to work effectively under pressureHungry for successAmbitiousLooking to start their career within RecruitmentBenefitsCompetitive industry salary and commission packageEarly finish on FridaysCasual dress codeRegular trips to Europe and Summer away daysHealth InsuranceDuvet daysFlexible working hoursWork from home
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Google
      This is a 6-month fixed-term contract.Note: By applying to this position you will have an opportunity to share your preferred working location from the following: London, UK; Dublin, Ireland.Minimum qualifications:Experience advising organizations, and performing individual, and/or collective consultation exercises. Experience conducting investigations and advising on/supporting local disciplinary, grievance and investigation processes.Preferred qualifications:Experience with stakeholder management in a global organization.Ability to successfully work across different identities and apply an intersectional lens in daily work and interactions.About the jobPeople Operations strives to revolutionize human resources the same way that Google has revolutionized search. We are helping to find, grow and keep the remarkable assemblage of talent who are our Googlers. You'll be an advocate of Google's culture and values, partnering with our business leaders to help them build their organizations and make sure all people decisions are based on data. Whether coaching our clients on how to lead their teams, navigating and resolving employee relations issues or managing programs that help develop our Googlers, you are exceptionally focused on putting them first, and being as clear and transparent as possible to help Googlers understand how people decisions get made.As an Employee Relations and Investigations Partner within the Employee Relations and Investigations EMEA team, you will conduct and advise on EMEA-based investigations, including grievances/disciplinary and hotline complaints. You will use your knowledge of applicable local employment laws and practices to draft and develop appropriate investigation documentation and recommendations. In this role, you will also advise on a wide range of employee relations issues, including reorganizations, sickness absence, and performance management. You will interpret policies and procedures and advise EMEA based People Partners and People Consultants on fair and equitable employment practices. Great just isn't good enough for our People Operations team (known elsewhere as "Human Resources"). We bring the world's most innovative people to Google and provide the programs that help them thrive. Whether recruiting the next Googler, refining our core programs, developing talent, or simply looking for ways to inject some more fun into the lives of our Googlers, we bring a data-driven approach that is reinventing the human resources field. You’ll play an essential role advancing a more diverse, accessible, equitable, and inclusive Google through our hiring, promotion, retention, and inclusion practices.ResponsibilitiesConduct fair, thorough, and timely investigations into allegations of violations of Google’s Human Resource policies or local law and policies to ensure fair treatment of all Googlers.Ensure that the investigation/complaint process and disciplinary proceedings is managed in a fair, thorough, and timely manner consistent with local requirements.Advise partner teams on local investigation processes and advise on and support local disciplinary processes for non-HR policy violations.Advise on and help to resolve other workplace concerns to determine the appropriate approach and to ensure fair treatment of all Googlers ( , concerns about the fairness of performance ratings, promotion, pay and level and any other behaviors that may breach our Standards of Conduct).Google is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace and is an affirmative action employer. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or Veteran status. We also consider qualified applicants regardless of criminal histories, consistent with legal requirements. See also Google's EEO Policy and EEO is the Law. If you have a disability or special need that requires accommodation, please let us know by completing our Accommodations for Applicants form.
      • dagenham, london
      • full-time
      • Logistics People
      We are looking for a Payroll Admin at our Dagenham ;Shfit pattern : Monday to Friday 08:00 - 17:30 Pay Rate: £ P/Hr Processes an organisation's payroll in a timely and accurate manner. Creates and maintains employees' payroll records. Calculations wages and applicable deductions based on employee attendance and timesheet records. Enters payroll information into central system for processing. Completes payroll reports.•Processes company's payroll•Calculating, and inputting data•Excellent Mathematical Skills•Record-Keeping Skills•Follows Instructions Well•Answers staff questions about wages, deductions, attendance, and time records•Identifies, investigates, and resolves discrepancies in timesheet and payroll records•PO rising•Daily report creating for operation cost and spend•Multi-taskingRequirements•Minimum 1-year Payroll experience •Excellent customer service•Excellent verbal and written skills •Very good computer skills – using•Problem solving – troubleshootingAbility to Work on a DeadlineIf you feel you're suitable for this role please click "Apply" today
      • herne hill, london
      • part-time
      • Acapella Recruitment
      Interim Payroll and HR Specialist – part-time£40 – 50k per annum – pro-rataHerne Hill6 month contract3-4 days per weekOur client operating within the Manufacturing industry are seeking and interim Part-time Payroll and HR Specialist for a 6 month contract. The appointed candidate will work on various projects streamlining the Groups payroll processes and implementing better ways of working. There will also be some HR support required throughout the project.•Review and streamline current Group payroll process alongside the Head of Finance and Group HR Manager•Adapt and integrate HR and Payroll systems, removing the need for manual time sheet submissions and preventing any human error•Identify any gaps in payroll compliance across the group.•Develop payroll reporting capabilities•Manage payroll activity for subsidiary businesses, alongside their external payroll provider and eventually move it all in house under one payroll process.•Manage the current payroll process for The Group whilst developing a new, improved process.•Manage payroll inboxes and payroll queries.•Manage the relationship with the payroll system provider, Sage.•Manage pension, child care vouchers, HMRC payment and submissions•Manage HR activity for The Groups smaller businesses, managing contractual changes and consultations, as ;•Support line manages with day-to-day HR activity; absence management, investigations, disciplinaries, etc.•Scoping out gaps in HR compliance, and reporting back to the Group HR Manager, and assisting in the implementation of Group policies.•Some travel required around South London to other ; If this sounds like the opportunity for you, please apply ASAP.*PLEASE NOTE – by applying to this position, you agree for your CV to be submitted to our client, who shall contact you directly, should your application make their ; You also agree to our Privacy Policy:
      • london, london
      • part-time
      • techUK
      Job Title: Recruitment and HR Assistant (Part-time - FTC)Location: LondonSalary: £18,000 per annum (FTE £28,000)Job Type: Part Time ( hours per week), ContracttechUK OverviewtechUK is the trade association which brings together people, companies, and organisations to realise the positive outcomes of what digital technology can achieve. With over 800 members (the majority of which are SMEs) across the UK, techUK creates a network for innovation and collaboration across business, government, and stakeholders to provide a better future for people, society, the economy, and the planet. By providing expertise and insight, we support our members, partners, and stakeholders as they prepare the UK for what comes next in a constantly changing worldRole OverviewWe are looking for a part-time Human Resources Assistant to provide assistance to the HR team across all areas of the employee lifecycle with a particular emphasis on recruitment and talent acquisition. The role is offered on an initial six-month fixed term contract basis with the possibility of being extendedThe part-time hours are hours per week which may be split across four or five days according to candidate preferenceKey ResponsibilitiesRecruitment (70%)Review role profiles and advertise roles on jobs boards and social mediaReview candidate applications and shortlist against role requirementsLiaise with line managers on candidate shortlists and organise interviewsManage candidate follow-up, maintain candidate records and track from application to decisionDraft offer paperwork and complete all administration related to on-boarding including reference checksManage the induction process including liaising with the line manager and relevant internal teams to set up the induction, maintaining and distributing induction materialsHuman Resources (30%)Maintain the HR database including joiners, leavers, contractual changes, promotions, salary changes, bonus information, training and development data, report production etcUpdate HR documentation, deal with standard requests such as mortgage and ex-employee reference requestsAssist with leaver administration including acknowledging resignations, liaising with individuals and line managers on the leaver process, ensuring payroll, digital, operations etc are notified, prepare leaver paperwork and conduct exit interviewsMaintain HR files (paper and electronicPrepare payroll updates on staff movements, salary and other contract changesBenefit scheme administrationGDPR compliance administrationPerson SpecificationCompetenciesExcellent attention to detail is essentialMethodical and thorough approach to workAbility to acquaint self with systems and processesAccurate data entry skillsStrong organisational skills and able to work quickly to deadlinesAbility to multi-taskStrong customer service orientationStrong verbal and written communication skillsExcellent team playerAbility to manage competing priorities and prioritise workloadSocial media skillsEssential Knowledge and ExperienceProven track record as an Administrator and/or Recruitment/HR AssistantProven experience of working with databases. Advanced Cloud HR an advantageHighly competent with MS Office SuiteDesired Knowledge and ExperienceBenefits administrationPlease Note:This is a part-time fixed-term contract role based out of techUK's London officesThis role profile is a guide to the work that is required but does not form part of any contract of employment and may change from time to time to reflect changing circumstancesThe successful candidate must have permission to work in the UK prior to the commencement of employment. Due to the volume of applications we receive, if you have not heard from us within 3 weeks of applying, please deem your application as unsuccessful on this occasionPlease click the APPLY button to send your CV and Cover Letter for this role. Cover letters must be kept to a max. of 500 words.Candidates with the relevant experience or job titles of; Human Resources Executive, HR Assistant, Human Resources Administrator, HR Administrator, Human Resources Assistant, Human Resources, HR team Admin, Talent Development Administrator, Junior HR Advisor, Administrative Support, Office Administrator may also be considered for this role.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Boston Consulting Group
      WHAT YOU'LL DOAs BCG continues to experience double digit growth, there is a growing demand to attract senior talent to lead and further build BCG. To take more ownership of this key value driver, a global in -house executive search function was created in October 2018 to support senior level hiring across a range of global businesses.Since inception, the team has grown to include five people in London and Atlanta; We have built thorough relationships and a solid pipeline, geographically growing the function, and we are currently managing executive and strategic roles across the globe.As a flexible and dynamic Talent Sourcer, you'll support this newly established Global Executive Recruiting & Strategic Talent Recruiting Team helping to further the growth and the strategic direction of the firm across various functions and industries, propelling our evolution further.This year, our team will also support the hiring for our first ever Climate & Sustainability (C&S) practice area. This is one of our firm’s top 2022 priorities. You will play a critical role in the acquisition of specialized talent across the globe, so that BCG can build capability and expertise in this space.This position is of special importance to build our new demand engine as we scale and grown sourcing and delivery capability. You will work as an expert and thought partner in close collaboration with executive & strategic talent managers, local recruitment teams, regional practice area recruiters, and the regional sourcing director. Further, this role will have a diverse slate of global executive stakeholders including the BCG executive and operating committee, regional COOs, Operating teams, and business Senior Director/MDP/MDSP stakeholders. This demands both a high level of market expertise, as well as business acumen and ability to identify strong candidates beyond key-word-search. YOU'RE GOOD ATYou will own the proactive search and channel strategy and ensure the continued flow of high-quality candidates through the process - creating a strong, ‘always on’ talent pipeline. As part of this role, you will: Partner with internal Search Managers and stakeholders in conducting research on specific search assignments including high level name generation and organization chart creation, building target lists, completing talent pool mappings, identifying potential candidates, and in most cases supporting the process by reaching out to potential sources and candidates in the marketplace.Provide detailed analysis in support of search projects, candidate talent pool development, as well as internal diversity reports, competitor leaders/future leader’s trackers, and intellectual capital efforts.Lead research and delivery to clients, acting as the key research advisorDevelop industry and/or functional expertise by maintaining an awareness of industry trends and make use of available resources and tools, including our proprietary database and knowledge management services, public industry databases and information sources (LinkedIn, corporate websites, Annual ).Collaborate on and partner with internal BCG resources on sensitive and hard-to fill research assignments.Scheduling and coordinating logistics for phone screens, candidate interviews, and debrief meetings with both internal and external individualsManaging ad hoc project-based work and reporting as requestedManaging team job postings and current activity on ATS and future CRM databaseCollaborate internationally, across BCG functions, business unites, and cohorts. You will work in a global team, bringing creative ideas together and providing strategic input.Source high priority projects. Along with your core sourcing responsibilities, you will work on high priority SWAT team projects related to your topic area depending on current BCG demand and market priorities.YOU BRING (EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS)Minimum of 4 years of in-house talent sourcing or head-hunting experience in a professional services environment, with a focus on pipeline creation, research-based talent engagement, proven understanding of talent acquisition marketing and segmentationIndustry expertise (2-4 years) in sourcing for at least one (or more) of the following BCG consulting, digital, or corporate function topic areas:Consulting industry & functional practice topic areas: Operations; Business Turnaround & Transformation (TURN); Transaction & Integration Excellence (TIE); Zero Based Budgeting (ZBB); Consumer Products (CP), Marketing, Sales & Pricing (MSP); Technology, Media, & Telecommunications (TMT); Industrial Goods (IG); Energy (ENG); Healthcare (HC); Social Impact (SI); Public Sector (PS); Global Advantage (GA); People & Organization (POP); Financial Institutions (FI); Principle Investors & Private Equity (PIPE); Insurance (INS); Corporate Finance & Strategy (CFS); Technology Advantage (TA), Climate & Sustainability (C&S)Digital consulting topic areas: Agile & Operations; Engineering & Architecture; Cybersecurity & Risk; Product Management & User Experience; Venture & Solutions; Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, & Data ScienceCorporate function topic areas: Risk, Operations, & Legal; Finance & Procurement; IT; Data & Research Services; Marketing & Design; HR & PeopleStrong drive for both success and excellence; a self-starter with a strong sense of responsibility who brings an agile mindset to day-to-day activities.A deep understanding of sourcing technology, market trends, and talent strategyAbility to work across multiple searches through strong project management and prioritization/planification skillsProven track record in guiding and converting candidates through a discrete hiring process, providing advice and forming a trust-based relationshipFlexible in adapting ways of working to an ever-evolving talent market, deftly navigating change and ambiguityClear and effective written and verbal communication skillsFluent in EnglishBachelor’s/Master’s degreeYOU'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.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Boston Consulting Group
      WHAT YOU'LL DOAs the Recruiting Solutions Senior Manager for Recruiting Marketing, you will be responsible for formulating and executing integrated recruiting marketing and branding platforms, programs, and initiatives that support BCG’s hiring needs and value proposition Owner of product strategy and roadmap development & execution plan for career site (technology and platforms, including content strategy, development, and execution activities for BCG’s global career site in partnership with Talent Acquisition (TA), Marketing, Communications, and Functional/Industry Business leaders) As a champion for the candidate experience, you will work with a wide range of BCG stakeholders to align them to the vision for the careers site and talent community to incorporate their feedback as well as follow best practices to deliver on success metrics.This role will involve considerable governance development, project management, and change management, as well as competitive benchmarking and the development of localized landing page strategies. As part of this you will work with the different BCG regions, ensuring the content of the site is dynamic and up to date.YOU'RE GOOD ATThis role requires a proven proficiency in product management/strategy work with career sites. This includes end-to-end life cycles (concept, web platform/architecture, content/navigation strategy, personalization, visual and logical design, localization project management as well as interpersonal skills to collaborate with contributors and stakeholders.Ideally the candidate would be a strong performer within BCG’s recruiting/talent acquisition or marketing functions to have real-world exposure through custom recruitment and sourcing initiatives.Ability to capture and bring to life powerful human insights by leveraging data and user research to track and evaluate performance develop insight-based recommendations for action to deliver effective experiences YOU BRING (EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS)University degree in business, HR, or another related field10+ years of international experience in a relevant role(s) as well as diverse cultural, social, and business landscapes to understand industry best practices and nurturing partnerships~5 year of experience with Project/program managementExperience with a wide range of high-quality digital assets in talent acquisitionAbility to develop governance structures and mange various stakeholdersVendor management & negotiation skillsStrong written and verbal communication, ability to deal with & resolve conflictsExcellent analytical capabilities and conceptual thinking to develop effective solutions in recruiting space Experience with teamwork in complex environmentsCareer site management experience 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.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Boston Consulting Group
      WHAT YOU'LL DOThe International Campus Recruiting Lead for the UK International University and Advanced Channel develops and executes:BCG’s recruiting strategy for UK-based undergraduate and master’s candidates (UK UM) for international offices and BCG’s recruiting strategy for UK-based Advanced Degree candidates (UK AD) for London and international offices. OperationsFull ownership of both the UK International and UK Advanced Degrees University Channel (later being a high-profile recruiting channel) Create, refine and implement annual channel strategy, marketing strategic plans, and ad-hoc insightful improvements during the seasonManage and coordinate overall recruiting process and logistics for large scale Full-Time (Sept-Dec) and Internship (Jan-Feb) UK International University hiring campaignsSupport coordination of first round interviews for 40+ international offices, and assist local offices once offers are extended where required (such as individual calls to assert on x-offers, and engagement of candidate with BCG CT/Senior Management) to secure conversionLead CT UK Advanced Degree team to execute marketing strategy (including social media) -- suggesting creative events and approaches to building awareness and targeting high-potential students, managing events and BCG attendance, analysing event feedback, and managing the Advance Degree mentorship programme Help define key campus messages, in coordination with local and regional marketing efforts and serve as main point of contact for BCG on campus for international offices and for Advanced Degree candidates Analysis of campaign statistics (pipeline, diversity, HPs etc)Regularly present both internally to Regional Recruiting MDPs, Head of UK Advanced Degree Recruiting, and other members of recruiting leadership as well as externally at large campus eventsServe as thought partner and best practice trainer to local recruiting teams to set tailored strategies and prioritiesManage relationships with career services (Oxford, Cambridge, LSE, Imperial College, UCL, etc), as well as with Rhodes House and Gates TrustsOversee accurate tracking and monitoring of all candidate records in the recruiting database Act as the gatekeeper of the recruiting team feedback process, and identify areas of improvement in the recruiting processDrive innovation in key recruiting processes Development and management of the UK International University and Advanced Channel budgets Project ManagementLead key strategic UK International University Channel projects and programmes (including Diversity, Equity & Inclusion)Examples of projects where collaboration will be sought:One Day @BCG, BCGYou, Application Classification Tool (ACT), Next Gen Ways of Working, ARRC- Annual Regional Recruiting Conference, MBA Summer Consultant Weekend and MBA Summer Consultant TrainingManage team and day-to-day operations and tasks for projectsPeople ManagementNone, directlySupport development and mentorship of the International Campus Junior Recruiter (herself reporting to the UK MBA International Campus Recruiting Manager)YOU'RE GOOD ATAbility to represent BCG and its brand well to a variety of external audiences Strong analytical skillsStrong organisational skills Ability to work well under pressureStrong PowerPoint and Excel skills requiredKnowledge of Avature system and a genuine taste for Data and People Analytics are a plusPrince 2 (or similar project management qualification) qualifiedChartered Institute of Personnel & Development (or similar) qualifiedFluency in a second EMESA language (verbal and written) Familiarity with BCG's HR processes and practices for BST colleaguesYOU BRING (EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS)Bachelors or master’s degree required Significant prior in-house HR experience required; recruiting or marketing experience preferredProcess management and strategic experience required Experience in the professional services industry preferredSenior stakeholder management experience requireYOU'LL WORK WITHThe International Campus Recruiting Lead for the UK International University and Advanced Channel develops and executes:BCG’s recruiting strategy for UK-based undergraduate and master’s candidates (UK UM) for international offices and BCG’s recruiting strategy for UK-based Advanced Degree candidates (UK AD) for London and international offices.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • 360 Talent London
      COORDINATOR FOR RECRUITMENT AGENCY- LUXURY RETAIL RECRUITMENTTHE COMPANY:Work for some of the leading fashion houses & brand names in the premium & luxury retail industryGreat way to develop your CV and experience within high end retailPossibilities to be made permanent should opportunities ariseBuild relationships with luxury brands and expand your networkTHE ROLEWe are a boutique concept luxury recruitment company hiring for temporary staff who will have the opportunities to work at the worlds leading luxury department stores and ; We are all about delivering the outstanding service to both our clients and candidates, our pool grows on a weekly basis and we deliver bigger by day.Our team within 360 Talent temps is growing bigger and we need new talents to be apart of our family.We are looking for coordinators with proven skills to join us who is capable of managing emails, taking client requests, booking candidates on to work via our scheduling application, dealing with candidate queries, assisting with weekly group interviews, assingting with weekly induction ; You will also be doing store visits; visiting clients and our employees in the field.This is a remote role with one day in the office; you must be someone comfortable working independentaly and self motivated. THE CANDIDATEPrevious proven experience within recruitment or as a coordinator or a booking consultantFlexible to work at least between 3 to 5 days a week between Monday and SundayWell presented with confidence in giving fantastic client service Outstanding telephone and email mannerVery well spoken in EnglishAble to work under pressure and great at multi-taskingSomeone who enjoys working behind the screen, operational and computer savvyYou must be able to use straight forward softwares, outlook and microsoft officeYou must be very well organised and can work timely in all circumstancesYou must be someone who has eye for detail and has patience as a skillImmediate start requiredThis can be a part time or a full time roleTHE PACKAGE: Starting pay between £11- £14 per hour depending on experience (up to £15ph on Sundays / Up to £20ph on bank holidays) + holiday pay + pension contributions Weekly or Monthly Pay Methods, with immediate start and flexible hours per weekOpportunity to develop further and be considered for permanent opportunitiesGroup Video Interviews are being arranged immediately – please apply as soon as possible with your CV to be booked in.360 Talent London are a boutique recruitment firm, specialising in the high end retail & ecommerce sector. Follow us on LinkedIn, Instagram and Facebook to stay updated with all of our latest job opportunities!
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Language Matters
      Want to change lives AND have fun AND be well rewarded for doing so?We are looking to expand our busy and thriving temporary division and would love to hear from you if you want to join our amazing multilingual team as a Senior Recruitment Consultant. Language Matters has been delivering language recruitment excellence across a broad range of disciplines and industries for more than 29 years. We are a Gold standard Investor in People and offer a very special working environment, encompassing great team spirit. We recruit professionals with languages from junior to executive level, including PA/secretaries, sales/marketing and market research, banking, finance, customer services and helpdesk personnel amongst others. Variety is guaranteed with such a diverse range of candidates to meet! Fluency in any European language, particularly but not limited to either French, German, Dutch, Norwegian, Spanish, Italian, Danish, Swedish, Mandarin, Cantonese or Japanese would prove as useful as you may be recruiting candidates with these languages.You'll be really organised, love dealing with people and understand how to engage with colleagues, clients and candidates to deliver the best possible recruitment service with empathy and integrity. We want you to be as passionate as we are about delivering great service and results. You'll have strong influencing skills and will thrive in a role offering scope for networking and building great relationships with candidates and clients alike. You will enjoy the adrenaline and buzz of working at a fast pace - that's a given in recruitment!A background in sales and/or recruitment is preferable, but we are flexible and can offer excellent training and career development for the right people. Teamwork and work-life balance are really important here and you will value the opportunity to succeed in an environment which encourages these and is different from the rest! Profile:Fluency in English with preferably another European language (especially French, German, Dutch, Spanish, Italian, Norwegian, Danish, Swedish)Passionate about people and working together in transforming their livesExcellent verbal and written communication skills for engaging with candidatesExperience in recruitment, resourcing or talent acquisition Previous experience within salesMotivated, tenacious and determined with a strong sense of urgencyGoal orientated and solutions focusedLogical thinker with strong attention to detailPersuasive with strong influencing skillsConfident and articulateGood fun to work with to fit in within our friendly and hardworking team.We have an excellent salary and benefits package on offer, including but not limited to individual and team bonus schemes, uncapped commission scheme, flexible working plan (at least two days WFH), work from abroad scheme, gym allowance, pension, weekly fruit, Friday drinks, Holiday increasing yearly, extra day off for birthday, cycle to work scheme, season ticket loan, and regular social and charitable activities. We work constantly to provide equal opportunities for all, regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, social background, religion, disability or sexuality.To apply, please send your CV to Sam House with a few lines to explain your interest in recruitment and Language Matters.
      • london, london
      • part-time
      • BPR Group
      Job Title: HR AdvisorLocation: LondonSalary: £24,000 - £26,400 per annum (£30k-£33k FTE)Job Type: Part-time (30 hrs/wk) - Permanent30 hours per week which can be spread across 4 or 5 days. The role will be predominantly office based with some flexible working (1 day per week) after 3 months. Exact days and hours will be mutually agreed.The Company:BPR Group is a leading circular economy company providing recycling, data destruction and office supplies services in London and the South East. We were formed by Friends of the Earth in 1988 and now operate as an independent commercial organisation; we are born environmentalists.We are an ethical and fast-growing company and an exciting opportunity has arisen for a positive and proactive HR Advisor to join our team of exceptional people.The role is based at our Head Office in Borough, close to London Bridge, but you will need to regularly travel to our operational sites in Essex (Purfleet) and West Sussex (Lancing and St Leonards-on-Sea). Travel expenses will be paid.About the role:As the HR Advisor, you will work across the company, assisting line managers and employees by providing support and advice on a wide range of HR matters including employee relations, recruitment, performance and absence management. This is a busy, varied role and a fantastic opportunity to develop your skills and broaden your experience.Responsibilities:Employee RelationsMaintain up to date knowledge of employment law and best practiceProvide advice and support to line managers, assisting with the implementation of company policies and proceduresEnsure that all HR matters are handled fairly and consistently across all sites, in line with company and legal requirementsManage employee relations issues to resolution such as grievances, performance management and long-term sickness casesSupport employee engagement initiatives and provide all employees with advice on current benefitsBe active in developing a positive and productive culture in the workplaceRecruitmentAssist line managers with preparation of job description, person specification and advertScreen candidates and set up interviews. Agree interview questions with line managerParticipate in first interview. Provide feedback to unsuccessful candidatesProduce employment contracts and other HR correspondenceLiaise with recruitment agencies and negotiate feesEnsure all new starters undergo relevant induction training and have a successful transition into the companyPerform new employee reviews (4 and 12 weeks)TrainingMonitor completion of staff reviews (probation and regular) in line with company policyTrain new line managers in company procedures and staff review process as requiredCo-ordinate training courses - choose service providers and negotiate feesHR AdministrationMaintain the Company's Employee Handbook and update when necessaryAssist in creating and amending HR templates, policies and procedures and ensuring these are communicated to the companyCo-ordinate and analyse annual staff surveyTrack staff retention/length of serviceComplete relevant HR related questions on tenders and pre-qualification documentsEnsure employee records are accurate and up to datePerform exit interviewsAny other duties as requiredAbout you:As our HR Advisor you will have:Previous experience in a relevant role, preferably with a background in generalist HR CIPD qualification or working towards qualificationExcellent communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to work collaboratively and build relationshipsUp to date knowledge of employment law and employee relations processes and proceduresExperience of managing employee relations cases end to end, up to and including dismissalA high degree of accuracy and attention to detailExcellent time management skillsSolid IT skills (MS Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint)Positive, friendly and approachableA self-motivated individual, happy to work autonomouslyAbility to balance a busy workload with minimal directionBenefitsFlexible working hours25 days' annual leave plus bank holidays (pro rata for part-time staff). Additional annual leave after 5 years' serviceEmployee pension schemeTravel season ticket loanCycle to work schemeEmployee Assistance ProgrammeHealth Cash PlanCharity volunteering opportunities and social activitiesFree on-site parking (operational sites only)Dog friendly offices!Initial interviews will be conducted via MS Teams.If you're interested in the role and would like to put yourself forward, please hit APPLYCandidates with experience of: HR Consultant, Human Resource Officer, HR Generalist, Human Resources Advisor, Human Resources Generalist, Employee Relations Advisor, Recruitment Specialist, Internal Recruitment Advisor also be considered for this role.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Eligo Recruitment
      Job Title: Trainee Recruitment Consultant - Italian SpeakingLocation: Wimbledon London, SW19Salary: £20-24k Basic + Commission & Bonus + Full BenefitsAre you looking for an opportunity with a clear career path, excellent training, and great earning potential?Then the Eligo Academy, Trainee Recruitment Consultant opportunity could be for you.We are looking for two trainees to join our International Recruitment team in our head office in central Wimbledon, London SW19.You would join us as a Delivery Consultant, working with a dedicated, highly experienced team and trainer who will mentor, support and train you to become a highly successful Recruitment Consultant.This is an intensive 12-month training programme; as you complete each level of the training, you will be aiming to achieve your first promotion to Senior Delivery Consultant in 6 months and by the end of the 12 months to be promoted to a 360 Recruitment Consultant.IS THIS THE RIGHT JOB FOR YOU?To be considered for the role, you should demonstrate that you are fluent in English & Italian and have excellent verbal and written communication skills.You'll have lived in the UK for at least six monthsand be of degree calibre. By that, we mean you don't have to have a degree; you'll need to have commercial intelligence and have the maturity and communication skills to liaise with senior professionals and manage a busy desk.If the following traits are familiar to you, then you should apply now for Delivery Consultant - Trainee Recruitment Consultant and fast track your career as a Recruitment Consultant:Independent Character: You are not scared to break the mould and do things differentlyGoal orientated: You love working towards a goal, target or you love competing & winningConfident Communicator: You are comfortable and enjoy working with people even if they are more senior than youDedication & Effort: You want to achieve and work hard to do soSelf-starter: You like to take the initiative and to make things happenAgile &Adaptable: You can think on your feet and find solutions quicklySelf-Development: You have the desire to learn and develop your existing skills continuously WHAT WILL YOU DO AS A TRAINEE RECRUITMENT CONSULTANT?Help Eligo's Recruitment Consultants find the best candidates within their market.Write and post adverts from job specifications in order to attract active candidates.Proactively search Job boards, Professional and Social Networking sites for candidates.Research, network, and develop relationships within our niche sectors.Call high-quality specialist candidates in order to ascertain their current job search status, qualify their skills, attributes and identify potential opportunities we have for them.Effective data management and input of all candidate CVs and records.Identify client opportunities in your niche market - who is hiring, who are the best employers, which companies are growing etc.WHAT'S IT LIKE WORKING AT ELIGO?We'd like to believe life at Eligo is pretty great and hope that your future colleagues will tell you the same!In addition to a work-life centred around you, ensuring you're happy, supported, and rewarded at work, we have a full range of benefits and perks ready for you when you kick off! pm Friday finish, duvet days, a thriving social committee organising regular events and activities, tailored quarterly incentives & rewards, personal development plans, access to mental health support, yoga/mindfulness/gym classes etc.Sound like a career for you? Let's talk! Apply now or get in touch, and we can tell you more about us, the role, and any other questions you might have.Eligo is an equal opportunities employer, and all applications will be treated in the strictest confidence.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Language Matters
      An experienced French-speaking HR Manager is sought to become part of a fast-growing IT consultancy firm based in Central London. The role would contribute to developing and implementing the HR policies and practices in line with the company's strategy and support the different regions (Spain, Belgium, France, Switzerland, Italy, Portugal, and the UK). In addition, the company operates on a hybrid model with two days working from the new office in Central London and three days working from home.Your responsibilities will include:Develop and implement HR policies and procedures across the organisationImplement and monitor H&S policies in the different officesProvide support to managers on HR policies and induction/Visa managementLiaise with external partners in the different regionsOther duties as requiredAbout you:The ideal candidate for the role would have gained extensive experience in an HR role, ideally looking at the UK and European law, with the addition of fluency in French and English. This is a fantastic opportunity to be part of a fast-growing company and support the organisation in managing and implementing HR activities and regulations. Profile:Fluency in French and English, written and spoken, is essential for the rolePrevious experience as HR Manager, HR Generalist in the UK and other European countriesKnowledge or experience in Payroll would be beneficial, but not essentialAn excellent communicator, with interpersonal skillsA team player, with a strong can-do attitudeTo apply, please send your CV in English and in Word format to Alexia. languagematters is acting as an employment agency in relation to this vacancy.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Family Action
      Recruitment Administrator, Human ResourcesFamily Action Head Office, London (N1) with hybrid working37 hours per week (full-time)Grade 2 (lower): £24,018 - £26,681 per annum inclusive of Inner London WeightingPermanent ContractAre you a skilled communicator with keen attention to detail? Are you passionate about providing a comprehensive recruitment service and helping to find the best talent for our charity? If so, this may be the role for you.At Family Action we transform lives by providing practical, emotional and financial support to those who are experiencing poverty, disadvantage and social isolation. We have been building stronger families since 1869 and today we work with more than 60,000 families in over 150 community based services, as well as supporting thousands more through national programmes and grants.This role involves being the first point of contact for recruitment and DBS queries, including advertising roles and carrying out pre-employment checks on a high volume of candidates. The key purpose of this role is supporting managers to ensure that we recruit the right people to work in our organisation in a timely and effective manner.We need a solution focused individual with strong administration and organisational skills. This is a busy role and we are looking for an experienced and passionate Recruitment Administrator/Assistant to join our newly established Recruitment team as part of the wider HR team. This role could also be a fantastic opportunity for a strong administrator wishing to enter an HR/Recruitment role. If you are looking to be involved in wider aspects of HR, there will be opportunities to support the team and be involved in project work.We are committed to Equality, Diversity & Inclusion in all that we do and welcome applications from all sections of the community. We particularly welcome applications from Black, Asian and minority ethnic candidates, LGBTQIA+ candidates and candidates with disabilities because we are committed to increasing the representation of these groups at Family Action. We know that greater diversity will lead to even greater results for families and children and strive for our workforce to be truly representative of the diverse communities we support. We offer a guaranteed interview scheme for disabled applicants and will reimburse any travel costs associated with attending an interview.What will we offer you?We’ll offer you a generous pension scheme and leave entitlements, eye care vouchers, a cycle to work scheme and other great benefits. We are happy to talk flexible working. All roles in Family Action are open to a discussion about possible flexible working options, subject to business needs, and all new starters will have the right to make a flexible working request from day one of employment. We have an excellent wellbeing offer and we will invest in your professional development with on-going quality training and career development opportunities. You’ll join an established, supportive and high-performing team and have the opportunity to thrive in an innovative organisation that values your opinion, encourages learning and has the needs of children and families at its core.We are forward looking, ambitious and with a commitment to continuous improvement. We are a people focused, can-do organisation, which strives for excellence in all we do and operates with mutual respect. If you share these values and behaviours and have the necessary skills then we look forward to hearing from you.For an application pack and further information, including the benefits we offer, please select the apply button.Closing date: Wednesday 6th July 2022 at 9:00 amInterview date: TBCNo agencies please – as a charity we work hard to keep our costs down and therefore will not be engaging agencies to support this ;This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.
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