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      • birmingham, west midlands
      • contract
      • £32,000 - £37,000 per year
      • randstad business support
      I am looking for an experienced HR and Payroll Team Leader to join a reputable and well-established organisation in the heart of Birmingham Centre on a 12-18 months FTC. This is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced HR Generalist with a good understanding of the employee life cycle to join and manage a small but friendly and supportive HR team, working on different projects and be responsible for motivating individuals, team performance and ensuring successful execution of day to day HR deliverables.You will also be responsible for all HR general related processes and projects, as well as the coordination and administration of the payroll for roughly 350 employees. As the Team Leader you will build and maintain relationships and provide excellent HR generalist support to our internal stakeholders and across the wider HR team. You will be the point of escalation for the team providing advice and clear direction, escalating any complex queries to the relevant HR Business Partner. Daily Responsibilities Provide support, guidance and direction on all day to day activities for the HR Administration team. Be the first point of contact for any employee queries via the HR inbox, phone or face to face interaction. Provide first line advice where applicable in relation to absence, wellbeing matters, general HR and Payroll queries. Management of all HR documentation, personnel files and updating of HR Systems.Manage and oversee the monthly payroll administration process. Ensure any escalated issues are handled in a timely manner and resolution is communicated effectively. Liaise with external stakeholders including Payroll services, Pension providers, benefits and fleet managers on regular employee contributions and deductions Support the implementation of HR Transformation project Support with employee relations cases; including taking minutes, attending investigation meetings and disciplinary hearings, preparing letters and providing any support where appropriate. Identify and highlight continuous process improvement within the team. Lead, coach and develop the HR Coordinators. About you?Proven experience working in a HR function and having strong all-round generalist experience is essential. Good understanding of employee life cycle Experienced in payroll processing. Able to lead, develop and motivate a team. Sound understanding of HR policies and procedures. Self-starter, self-motivated, independent, well-organised and excellent attention to detail.A team player with a positive attitude; strong collaborative skills; ability to influence without having direct authority. Proven ability to deliver against a number of conflicting demands at times. Strong communication and interpersonal skills, both verbal and written, with ability to confidently present and communicate to management. Ability to use Microsoft &/or Google office packages to a high level of competence.CIPD Level 5 or working towards. The Role:9:00 AM - 17:00 PM Mon - Fri (1 hour lunch)Hybrid working (2 days in the office)£32,000 - £37,00025 days holiday + BHCentral location - great transport links 12-18 months FTCApply today! Randstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
      I am looking for an experienced HR and Payroll Team Leader to join a reputable and well-established organisation in the heart of Birmingham Centre on a 12-18 months FTC. This is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced HR Generalist with a good understanding of the employee life cycle to join and manage a small but friendly and supportive HR team, working on different projects and be responsible for motivating individuals, team performance and ensuring successful execution of day to day HR deliverables.You will also be responsible for all HR general related processes and projects, as well as the coordination and administration of the payroll for roughly 350 employees. As the Team Leader you will build and maintain relationships and provide excellent HR generalist support to our internal stakeholders and across the wider HR team. You will be the point of escalation for the team providing advice and clear direction, escalating any complex queries to the relevant HR Business Partner. Daily Responsibilities Provide support, guidance and direction on all day to day activities for the HR Administration team. Be the first point of contact for any employee queries via the HR inbox, phone or face to face interaction. Provide first line advice where applicable in relation to absence, wellbeing matters, general HR and Payroll queries. Management of all HR documentation, personnel files and updating of HR Systems.Manage and oversee the monthly payroll administration process. Ensure any escalated issues are handled in a timely manner and resolution is communicated effectively. Liaise with external stakeholders including Payroll services, Pension providers, benefits and fleet managers on regular employee contributions and deductions Support the implementation of HR Transformation project Support with employee relations cases; including taking minutes, attending investigation meetings and disciplinary hearings, preparing letters and providing any support where appropriate. Identify and highlight continuous process improvement within the team. Lead, coach and develop the HR Coordinators. About you?Proven experience working in a HR function and having strong all-round generalist experience is essential. Good understanding of employee life cycle Experienced in payroll processing. Able to lead, develop and motivate a team. Sound understanding of HR policies and procedures. Self-starter, self-motivated, independent, well-organised and excellent attention to detail.A team player with a positive attitude; strong collaborative skills; ability to influence without having direct authority. Proven ability to deliver against a number of conflicting demands at times. Strong communication and interpersonal skills, both verbal and written, with ability to confidently present and communicate to management. Ability to use Microsoft &/or Google office packages to a high level of competence.CIPD Level 5 or working towards. The Role:9:00 AM - 17:00 PM Mon - Fri (1 hour lunch)Hybrid working (2 days in the office)£32,000 - £37,00025 days holiday + BHCentral location - great transport links 12-18 months FTCApply today! Randstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
      • swindon, south west
      • contract
      • £45,000 per year
      • randstad business support
      JOB TITLE: HR ManagerLOCATION: Swindon DURATION: 6 month FTC HOURS: 8am - 4pm - 3 days per weekPAY: £45,000 pro rataThe Client Our client is a global medical technology company that is advancing the world of health by improving medical discovery, diagnostics and the delivery of care. The company leads in patient and healthcare worker safety and the technologies that enable medical research and clinical laboratories. The Role Our Client is looking for an interim HR Manager to support the HR function for an inital 6 month basis, with potential for extension beyond this: Responsibilies:Perform human resource management works relating to recruitment, training, compensation, promotion, termination, career development, capability building and talent management.Develop, update and maintain HR processes and policies and be responsible for employee relations in accordance with BD, European and UK HR policies and appropriate UK and European Legislation.Contribute to ad hoc HR projects beyond the Plant, working closely with other UK sites to harmonize practices.Support global, European, UK and Business HR directivesSupport CI efforts in HR and other functions.Maintain all HR related legal mandates and represent the company in legal cases.Responsible for compensation planning and execution.Develop employee relations to promote associate engagement and maintain a union-free environment.Responsible for HR Planning, Succession Planning and Career Development Planning.Develop, communicate, interpret, implement and administer HR policies and procedures as required.Requirements:Promotes an Inclusive Working Environment Manufacturing experience medical device / pharma Project management Drive for ResultsWell-developed Interpersonal Skills Good level of Communication (written, oral and presentation) Has at minimum an Degree level standard of education / CIPD qualificationPrevious experience within a senior HR roleIf this sounds like a role you are interested in, please apply and a consultant will contact suitable applicants. Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
      JOB TITLE: HR ManagerLOCATION: Swindon DURATION: 6 month FTC HOURS: 8am - 4pm - 3 days per weekPAY: £45,000 pro rataThe Client Our client is a global medical technology company that is advancing the world of health by improving medical discovery, diagnostics and the delivery of care. The company leads in patient and healthcare worker safety and the technologies that enable medical research and clinical laboratories. The Role Our Client is looking for an interim HR Manager to support the HR function for an inital 6 month basis, with potential for extension beyond this: Responsibilies:Perform human resource management works relating to recruitment, training, compensation, promotion, termination, career development, capability building and talent management.Develop, update and maintain HR processes and policies and be responsible for employee relations in accordance with BD, European and UK HR policies and appropriate UK and European Legislation.Contribute to ad hoc HR projects beyond the Plant, working closely with other UK sites to harmonize practices.Support global, European, UK and Business HR directivesSupport CI efforts in HR and other functions.Maintain all HR related legal mandates and represent the company in legal cases.Responsible for compensation planning and execution.Develop employee relations to promote associate engagement and maintain a union-free environment.Responsible for HR Planning, Succession Planning and Career Development Planning.Develop, communicate, interpret, implement and administer HR policies and procedures as required.Requirements:Promotes an Inclusive Working Environment Manufacturing experience medical device / pharma Project management Drive for ResultsWell-developed Interpersonal Skills Good level of Communication (written, oral and presentation) Has at minimum an Degree level standard of education / CIPD qualificationPrevious experience within a senior HR roleIf this sounds like a role you are interested in, please apply and a consultant will contact suitable applicants. Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
      • stroud, south west
      • permanent
      • £30,000 - £35,000 per year
      • randstad business support
      JOB TITLE - HR ManagerLOCATION - StroudJOB TYPE - Permanent / On site JOB HOURS - 35 per week (Mon - Fri 09.00 - 17.00) We are seeking an experienced HR professional to join a small friendly central office team. This role is an exciting, varied position which will provide the successful candidate with an opportunity to work alongside a committed and passionate team.The HR Manager will report to and work alongside the Head of HR to support and advise our departmental leads, to ensure our client has a happy and productive workforce where everyone works to realise their full potential.The successful candidate will have excellent time management skills with previous experience of working in a similar HR role, a good understanding and knowledge of employment legislation and strong administrative skills. The ideal candidate will have the ability to work autonomously to manage their own workload as well as being a proactive key member of the team.To be considered you must be highly proficient in all Microsoft applications as well as possessing the ability and confidence in building professional working relationships. If you are a highly productive systems orientated individual with excellent attention to detail, naturally organised and an instinctively excellent communicator who thrives on being busy, working to tight deadlines within a fast-paced environment, thinking independently and working within a team then this role may be for you.Our client is committed to safeguarding, the successful applicant will be required to undergo an enhanced Children & Adults DBS check Benefits:Casual dressCompany pension (6% employer contribution)Life insuranceOn-site parking Randstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
      JOB TITLE - HR ManagerLOCATION - StroudJOB TYPE - Permanent / On site JOB HOURS - 35 per week (Mon - Fri 09.00 - 17.00) We are seeking an experienced HR professional to join a small friendly central office team. This role is an exciting, varied position which will provide the successful candidate with an opportunity to work alongside a committed and passionate team.The HR Manager will report to and work alongside the Head of HR to support and advise our departmental leads, to ensure our client has a happy and productive workforce where everyone works to realise their full potential.The successful candidate will have excellent time management skills with previous experience of working in a similar HR role, a good understanding and knowledge of employment legislation and strong administrative skills. The ideal candidate will have the ability to work autonomously to manage their own workload as well as being a proactive key member of the team.To be considered you must be highly proficient in all Microsoft applications as well as possessing the ability and confidence in building professional working relationships. If you are a highly productive systems orientated individual with excellent attention to detail, naturally organised and an instinctively excellent communicator who thrives on being busy, working to tight deadlines within a fast-paced environment, thinking independently and working within a team then this role may be for you.Our client is committed to safeguarding, the successful applicant will be required to undergo an enhanced Children & Adults DBS check Benefits:Casual dressCompany pension (6% employer contribution)Life insuranceOn-site parking Randstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
      • leeds, yorkshire and the humber
      • contract
      • randstad business support
      On opportunity for an experienced HR Manager has become available to join one of our established clients on the outskirts of Leeds. This is an 18 month contract position which will be responsible for undertaking a wide range of generalist duties. You will be:Working with HR data and providing reports responsible for developing ans supporting on the employee wellbeing initiatives Continuously ensuring the companies policies and procedures are up to date and amending when necessary actively involved in career events actively involved in new starter inductionscollaborating on HR projects responsible for providing high level advice and support on employee relations and absence managementinvolved in some recruitment Line management responsibility for a small teamTo be successful you will:Hold a minimum of CIPD level 5 qualification Previous experience within a varied generalist role Strong employee relations experience and employment law knowledgeprevious recruitment experience This is a contract opportunity to join a medium sized, established business with a generous salary package and company benefits. Please apply now for immediate consideration Randstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
      On opportunity for an experienced HR Manager has become available to join one of our established clients on the outskirts of Leeds. This is an 18 month contract position which will be responsible for undertaking a wide range of generalist duties. You will be:Working with HR data and providing reports responsible for developing ans supporting on the employee wellbeing initiatives Continuously ensuring the companies policies and procedures are up to date and amending when necessary actively involved in career events actively involved in new starter inductionscollaborating on HR projects responsible for providing high level advice and support on employee relations and absence managementinvolved in some recruitment Line management responsibility for a small teamTo be successful you will:Hold a minimum of CIPD level 5 qualification Previous experience within a varied generalist role Strong employee relations experience and employment law knowledgeprevious recruitment experience This is a contract opportunity to join a medium sized, established business with a generous salary package and company benefits. Please apply now for immediate consideration Randstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
      • wembley, london
      • permanent
      • £40,000 - £50,000 per year
      • digby morgan
      Digby Morgan are thrilled to be working with an outstanding organisation in the Food/Beverage Industry who are looking for an experienced Human Resources Manager to join their organisation at an exciting time.This is a fantastic opportunity to join an exciting organisation and really make the role your own. You will be given the opportunity to develop and grow the HR department for the organisation. This is a great opportunity to showcase your skills and experience and really make a difference and contribute to the success of the organisation.RequirementsCIPD Qualified, or equivalent experience.Experience of Managing a HR department and initiating new policies and processes for the People agenda of the organisation.Strong Generalist exposure, covering all aspects of HR including Recruitment, Learning and Development, Employee Relations, Performance Management and Policies.Strong ability to work on your own initiative and hit the ground running.Stakeholder management skills with the ability to communicate effectively with all levels of the organisation.The ability to problem solve and make the right decisions for future growth.
      Digby Morgan are thrilled to be working with an outstanding organisation in the Food/Beverage Industry who are looking for an experienced Human Resources Manager to join their organisation at an exciting time.This is a fantastic opportunity to join an exciting organisation and really make the role your own. You will be given the opportunity to develop and grow the HR department for the organisation. This is a great opportunity to showcase your skills and experience and really make a difference and contribute to the success of the organisation.RequirementsCIPD Qualified, or equivalent experience.Experience of Managing a HR department and initiating new policies and processes for the People agenda of the organisation.Strong Generalist exposure, covering all aspects of HR including Recruitment, Learning and Development, Employee Relations, Performance Management and Policies.Strong ability to work on your own initiative and hit the ground running.Stakeholder management skills with the ability to communicate effectively with all levels of the organisation.The ability to problem solve and make the right decisions for future growth.
      • solihull, west midlands
      • permanent
      • £22,000 - £26,000 per year
      • randstad business support
      We are looking for a self-starting and organised HR Administrator to join a growing SME business based in Solihull on a part-time basis. RoleSalary £22k-£26K 25 hours pro rata25 days holiday + BH9.30 AM - 14:30 AM - can be flexible with hoursProgression opportunitiesWill support with CIPD for the right candidate after probationary periodDaily Responsibilities; Being the site contact for all employment mattersRecruitment and all associated administration and complianceManage time and attendance, and ensure all matters are dealt with professionally, fairly and consistentlyEnsuring policies and procedures are kept up to dateEmployee welfare and engagementMaintaining personnel records, PeopleHR system and ensuring all policies and processes are kept in line with legislationSending out contractsInduction packsEmployee communicationsAs we are a small company so the role will range from all aspects of HR administration to involvement in strategic HR projectsAbout you?HR Administrator experience in a small team / stand alone roleAble to work discreetly and sensitively in a smaller organisationCIPD qualified or equivalent experienceExperience of working within a manufacturing environment is highly desirable.Apply today! Randstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
      We are looking for a self-starting and organised HR Administrator to join a growing SME business based in Solihull on a part-time basis. RoleSalary £22k-£26K 25 hours pro rata25 days holiday + BH9.30 AM - 14:30 AM - can be flexible with hoursProgression opportunitiesWill support with CIPD for the right candidate after probationary periodDaily Responsibilities; Being the site contact for all employment mattersRecruitment and all associated administration and complianceManage time and attendance, and ensure all matters are dealt with professionally, fairly and consistentlyEnsuring policies and procedures are kept up to dateEmployee welfare and engagementMaintaining personnel records, PeopleHR system and ensuring all policies and processes are kept in line with legislationSending out contractsInduction packsEmployee communicationsAs we are a small company so the role will range from all aspects of HR administration to involvement in strategic HR projectsAbout you?HR Administrator experience in a small team / stand alone roleAble to work discreetly and sensitively in a smaller organisationCIPD qualified or equivalent experienceExperience of working within a manufacturing environment is highly desirable.Apply today! Randstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.

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      • lanarkshire, scotland
      • full-time
      • QA LIMITED
      Come join the UK’s leading independent British travel agents!A well-established travel provider, Barrhead Travel are growing and have over 50 branches across the UK. To maintain excellent customer service, they require a Recruitment Support Apprentice to join their team. They are looking for a confident and professional individual with a desire to succeed. You will work within a small team learning everything there is to know about working in a Recruitment Department and provide support by answering telephone calls and fulfilling administrative tasks. This organization invests massively in young people, previously taking on apprentices in Admin, IT, Marketing and Travel and Tourism. You will be engaging with many other departments within the Head Office, who regularly hold social events. Interested? Apply todayKey Responsibilities:Conducting telephone interviews with potential candidatesPlacing job adverts in relevant job boards, local press and on our own social media and careers page.Developing strong relationships with directors, branch managers, external recruitment agencies and potential candidates.Attending job fairs on the company’s behalf, representing Barrhead Travel and speaking with job seekers.Ensuring all recruitment trackers are up to date and hold accurate informationGeneral administrative duties as required Full training will be provided. Required Skills:Excellent communication and people skillsExcellent organisational skillsAbility to prioritise tasks and manage time effectivelyA good team playerAdditional Information:Salary - £9,009 - £13, per annumNational Minimum Wage - £ for under 18 (£ in April 2022), £ for (£ in April 2022)Future salary will be discussed should you secure a permanent role at the end of your apprenticeship.Monday - Friday 09:00 - 17:3029 days holiday, after two years working with the company your holiday allowance will increase by a day each year (up to a total of 35 days)Discounted travelFuture Career Progression:There may be an opportunity to move into a permanent role at the end of your apprenticeship should you perform well.Important Information“QA’s apprenticeship programmes may be funded in part by the European Union through the European Social Fund, which supports the development of employment opportunities and a skilled #x201D;For more information about QA Apprenticeships, please visit our website. Note: This advert may close early if a suitable candidate is found before the advertised close date is reached.
      • high wycombe, hc
      • full-time
      • Elevation Recruitment
      Elevation HR are currently recruiting for an Interim HR Business Partner for one of our clients based in High Wycombe. My client is looking for an experienced HR Business Partner who is motivated by building strong people relations, as well as bringing key skills required to support the HRD to plan the strategic delivery of the People Plan. The role offers flexible hybrid/remote working with some travel to the main site in High Wycombe and occasional travel to other UK sites.This really is an exciting opportunity for a strong generalist looking for their next step in their HR career.Key Requirements and Accountabilities:* Proactively supports the delivery of HR Process including performance management, people development, recruitment and employee relations activity* Hands on and willing to pick up any projects and areas as required* Act as a key contact for internal stakeholders and external partners* Drives succession planning for key talent and key strategic roles* Assesses the organisational structure of the division and facilitates change* TUPE and Business Acquisitions exposure* Work closely with the Head of HR to implement the people plan across the business* Wide breadth of MI reporting and analysisThis is an ideal role for someone looking for a very busy role with the full generalist remit, being able to challenge status quo, and support the implementation of a People Plan and cultural change into an expanding company.Elevation HR would be keen to speak with candidates with the following skills and experiences:* CIPD level 7 or studying towards* Experience in blue-chip / ftse 100 /high profile company ideal* Have experience of implementing policies and procedures competently and with clear attention to detail* Culturally aware and possess the ability to influence and guide at all levels* Experience with TUPE regulations and integration activitiesElevation HR is a specialist division of Elevation Recruitment focusing on Human Resources. If you match the specified criteria and are interested in discussing the position in more detail, we would love to hear from you.
      • gloucester, sw
      • full-time
      • Bruton Knowles
      Job Title: In-House RecruiterLocation: Gloucester / Anywhere in England or Wales with hybrid working.Salary: CompetitiveJob type: Full-Time/PermanentAbout us:Bruton Knowles LLP is an independently owned Chartered Surveying practice who provide a comprehensive range of surveying and property services.We've taken on new, innovative ways of working to deliver our services and we've created a new strategy to target key areas of growth for the business.About the role:Looking for a new challenge and to make a difference?This is an exciting in-house recruitment role that we are looking secure on a permanent full-time basis. We facilitate hybrid working so you can 'work your own way'. It is preferential that you are within commutable distance of Gloucestershire but it's not essential.The role will report to the HR Director with the purpose of delivering the Recruitment Strategy so high-quality candidates are sourced for the business and appointed.About you:The successful candidate will be responsible for the co-ordination of recruitment from end to end where the focus is providing a first-class recruitment service to the Recruiting Managers whilst prioritising and promoting direct hiring.The job will require someone who has experience in internal or agency recruitment and a proven track record in sourcing high quality candidates ideally in professional services.The candidate will be a strong communicator, highly proactive and motivated. Strong skills in prioritisation, managing workloads effectively and working to deadlines is essential.Key responsibilities:Co-ordination of recruitment from end to endUtilisation of all recruitment methods including LinkedIn RecruiterThe management of the ATS systemProviding KPI driven updates to the HR Director at intervalsPlease click the APPLY button and to submit your CV and Cover Letter.Candidates with experience or relevant job titles of; Recruiter, Recruitment, Recruitment Officer, Recruitment Assistant, Recruitment Coordinator, Internal Recruitment, HR, HR Assistant, Recruitment specialist, Recruitment Executive, Internal Recruiter, Resourcing Administrator, Recruitment Planner, HR Officer, Recruitment Coordination Executive, Recruitment Associate, Recruitment Placement Coordinator may also be considered for this role.
      • middlesbrough, yorkshire
      • full-time
      • Novum Personnel
      Hello Education are hosting an open day to recruit teaching and support staff to work within Primary, Private Nurseries and Specialist schools in and around Teesside including Middlesbrough, Hartlepool, Darlington and County Durham.We are very interested in speaking to:Experienced and Newly Qualified Teachers/Early Career TeachersTeaching Assistants1:1 Behaviour Support StaffNursery AssistantsSEN Support StaffWe are also interested in talking to people with experience of working with or supervising young people, who are looking to get into the education sector but don’t have the relevant qualifications.Hello Education are a recruitment agency who work with a range of primary, secondary and specialist schools across the Teesside area, our aim is to help those who are passionate about the education sector get back into what they love doing.Don’t miss out on the amazing opportunity to express your desire to support our local schools.To book your time slot please contact Connor on:
      • bristol, sw
      • full-time
      • Four Seasons Health Care Group
      We are recruiting a Regional Recruitment ; As a Regional Recruitment Administrator you will support a number of care homes within your region with the on-boarding and retention of all the homes staffing requirements.As one of the largest healthcare providers in the UK it’s important to us to couple great care with meaningful and enjoyable experiences.As a Regional Recruitment Administrator, you will be:Working alongside key homes to support the administration of their recruitment requirementsWorking closely with the Care recruiters to ensure a smooth recruitment process is deliveredManaging the booking of candidates into Home Managers diaries and ensuring interviews are arranged in a timely mannerCo-ordinating interviewers on behalf of the Home Manager if they are unable to attend the interviewContacting both candidates and Home Managers to confirm interviews and attendanceWhere possible meeting and greeting candidates prior to interviewChasing feedback for all parties following interviewsLiaising with candidates post offer to ensure all relevant documentation is supplied in order for all pre-employment checks to be completedWorking closely with the on boarding team to identify any holdups in the pipeline and work with candidates to overcome themProvide a great candidate experience throughout the candidate journeyMaintaining contact with prospective candidates for the allocated homes, dealing with questions and queries in regards to the application processSupporting both candidates and Home Managers through the on-boarding processWorking towards personal and team targets and KPI’sAttending and supporting at Local Recruitment Open Days in order to attract potential candidatesWorking to challenging timeframes in a fast-paced environment, maintaining a strong attention to detail while being able to prioritise your workload effectivelyTo succeed you will be:A team player who engages well with othersExperienced in working within a resourcing, recruitment or lead generation environment.Driven to source and match the right candidate to the right role.Experienced in working to timescales and targets.A strong communicator and influencerEnergetic and hard-workingFlexible and adaptable to changePassionate about offering superior services and want to make a differenceA glass half full person, with a sense of humour and a positive outlookWe offer you a great range of benefits, which include:Competitive salary25 days annual leave plus bank holidaysAccess to excellent training and ongoing developmentExcellent career development opportunitiesDiscounts and benefits suited to your lifestyleFree onsite parkingNEST work place pension contributionsLong service awards
      • northampton, mid
      • full-time
      • UPS
      Explore your next opportunity at a Fortune Global 500 organization. Envision innovative possibilities, experience our rewarding culture, and work with talented teams that help you become better every day. We know what it takes to lead UPS into tomorrow—people with a unique combination of skill + passion. If you have the qualities and drive to lead yourself or teams, there are roles ready to cultivate your skills and take you to the next level.Job Description:Regional HR AdvisorIt’s our people who have made UPS the largest parcel delivery service in the world – that means nearly 400,000 colleagues worldwide.We hire only people who will go the extra mile to deliver great service. We make sure UPS is a great place to work, where everyone is treated fairly. And we look after the health and wellbeing of each and every one of our colleagues. All of which makes Human Resources a vital part of our business.Imagine taking full responsibility for HR at a number of UPS sites in the Location area, everything from recruitment and employee relations to long-term sick management. If you’re an experienced HR Generalist looking for variety and challenge in equal measure, this is the role for you. You’ll be travelling 3/4 days per week between your assigned UPS sites, so you’ll need a clean driving licence and use of your own car. As UPS is a 24-hours-a-day operation, a flexible approach is also a must.In return, you’ll enjoy a from £31,000 and excellent benefits including matched pension contributions and discounts at major retailers (like Apple), cinemas and attractions such as Alton Towers or The London Eye. Just as appealing will be our policy of promoting from within, which will mean first-class opportunities for career progression.What you’ll doOn-site employee supportDeal with employee queries professionally and courteously, both over the phone and face to faceLiaise and support with line managers to assess recruitment requirementsInterview external and internal candidates, and make selection decisions (Ensuring Eligibility to Work within the UK)Manage a high volume of ER cases, prioritising the workload and deadlines. This will include Maternity and Paternity leave, Absence, Investigations, Disciplinaries and GrievancesProducing letters ER cases to a professional standardEnter and update information in Workday, and produce reports with good knowledge of Excel and associated softwareWhat you’ll needExperience in an internal recruitment/generalist HR roleFamiliarity with a HR Shared Services environmentExcellent communication, administration, planning, organizational and prioritizing skillsA flexible, friendly, professional and confident attitudeAbility to work well as part of a team in a fast-paced and targeted environmentWorking knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (O365)High levels of self-motivationCIPD qualification preferred but not essentialUK Driving License and your own carHow we recruitUPS is committed to a policy of treating individuals fairly and recruiting, selecting, training, promoting and compensating based on merit, experience and other work-related criteria. We do not discriminate against any applicant based on age, race, religion, sex, disability, sexual orientation or gender identity.Employee Type: PermanentUPS is committed to providing a workplace free of discrimination, harassment, and retaliation.
      • 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.
      • rotherham, yorkshire
      • full-time
      • Elevation Recruitment
      Elevation Recruitment Group are one of Yorkshire's leading employers with an exceptional reputation in specialist recruitment and over the last 2 years we have had record breaking growthWe are currently looking for a highly professional individual to join our team as an Resourcer & Exec Support specialist. You will work alongside one of our Directors to support her and also support the sales & marketing team in the candidate management cycle, offering exceptional service to prospective candidates and clients across the Yorkshire region.We offer a hybrid working solution to our team.In a fast paced, encouraging and enterprising environment some of your key responsibilities will include:* Conducting extensive research, market mapping and talent identification in order to source potential candidates for sales & marketing vacancies. You will use a variety of techniques including database searching and networking, direct head hunting, job board searching, effective use of social media and advert writing* Pre-Qualifying and then Briefing candidates about the responsibilities, salary and benefits of the job in question* Interviewing relevant long listed candidates face to face in order to generate a shortlist to present our Director.* Developing and maintaining ongoing relationships with candidates through providing a high calibre of service* Preparing CVs and correspondence to forward to clients in respect of our shortlist presentations* Preparing proposal documents, candidate brief packs, project plans and presentations using a variety of Microsoft packagesWhat you will need:- Experienced in a professional recruitment or sales environment with a bias towards exceptional customer service - Excellent communication skills both oral and written with the confidence and professionalism to forge strong business relationships with clients, candidates, and our sales & marketing team- You will be forward thinking; Self-motivated with a professional approach and the ability to work proactively; on your own initiative- Organisation skills are a must with the ability to manage multiple projects at any one time and prioritise workload accordingly whilst delivering a high-quality service to all partiesIf you are a passionate recruitment or sales professional that is looking to join one of Yorkshire's leading entrepreneurial employers in an exciting and rewarding role, please don't hesitate to get in touch with us today.
      • atherstone, mid
      • part-time
      • Aldi
      ContractType: Fixed TermThis team takes a closer look at how Aldi is performing and shares best practice knowledge with our international business. And you'll be the one who makes sure things run smoothly.This will involve day-to-day organisational work, data processing and analysis. Naturally, you'll need to be efficient and well organised, with excellent attention to detail and a willingness to learn.We do things our own way at Aldi. But whatever we're doing, we must be getting it right. With a wave of impressive sales figures behind us, we're opening new stores at lightning speed. And to keep on top of that wave, we have to do something pretty special to keep our customers coming back for more.Payroll AdministratorAn opportunity for an experienced administrator with an interest in payroll has opened up within our National Finance and Administration department on a 12-month fixed term contract.National Administration takes a closer look at how the company is performing as a whole and shares best practice knowledge with Aldi across the world. As an Administrator you’ll play a key role in making sure the department runs smoothly. You will support the department efficiently and accurately, and achieve compliance with all internal and external guidelines and regulations, whilst contributing to a co-operative working environment. Your role will involve day to day organisational work, as well as data processing and analysis. Naturally, you will need to be efficient and well organised with excellent attention to detail and a willingness to learn.This is a fantastic opportunity for you to develop within the business and play a key part in shaping the future of Aldi globally. Ready for more? Apply to join #TeamAldi today!Your New RoleAs a Payroll Office Administrator, you will provide support to the Payroll Assistants, processing the Stores Payrolls within our busy Payroll Department. You will be well versed with general administrative tasks and be a clear communicator with good written skills. Working from different systems to pull reports and using VLookups is an essential part of the role. The role will include general administration, data entry, filing and generating reports. However as this is a varied role with no one day being the same, you may be asked to support with various other tasks across the Payroll Department.About YouExperience working within an office administration roleProficient in the use of Microsoft Word and Excel - including the use of VLookUpsAbility to input financial data quickly and accuratelyHas a strong organisation skillsAble to work under pressure, multitask and prioritise workloadSelf-motivated, working effectively with minimal supervisionEnjoys working in a structured, methodical mannerTakes personal responsibility for resolving queries and issuesA clear communicatorWhat You'll get in Return12 month FTCStarting salary from £22,980 rising to £28,2705-day/40-hour week, working Monday- Friday.Holidays 25 Days plus Bank HolidayPension SchemeIn-Office flexi timeCompany sick pay scheme.Company maternity, paternity and adoption leave pay after 2 years.Long service rewards.Access to a free,24/7, confidential virtual GP service for all Aldi Colleagues and theirchildren (under the age of 16).Aldi Perks - Bike to work scheme, discounted gym membership, shopping and travel discounts & many more.If you're looking for a career that gives you more, apply today!
      • stratford-upon-avon, mid
      • full-time
      • Listgrove Ltd
      Business ConsultantBased in Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire Job ref: PJM/57876A Salary: Competitive Salary, Uncapped Bonus, Pension An opportunity to join a leading independent recruitment business that has served its core markets for in excess of 40 ; Employing an experienced and multi-lingual team of specialists, these roles will appeal to those that seek variation in their day-to-day activities, where objectives are realistic but offer excellent ; Working from our office in Stratford Upon Avon, frequent travel may be required to meet with customers and attend regular international trade ; The Ideal Profile Applicants will have spent time in a customer facing role where they consult and deliver against the client’s needs, ultimately presenting the customer with a clear plan of action that will service the project in ; You will manage all aspects of the recruitment project with assistance from in-house marketing and administration personnel. Other pre-requisites include: Determination to succeedA natural flare for commercial issuesProject management skillsPro-active and energeticMentally agileSelf-motivated but work well in a team structure Listgrove Offers: Competitive Salary25 days holiday plus 8 days bank holidays increasing after 3 years’ serviceCompany Pension SchemeComplimentary RefreshmentsBonusUncapped commission To apply please contact Phillippa Listgrove is more than a global recruitment partner to its clients in the plastics, packaging, recycling and chemical industries. For over 45 years, we have supported companies with professional advice and successful HR solutions. All assignments are tailored to the client's needs and delivered by expert consultants. Why select Listgrove?Established in 1975Recruited in 68 countriesRecognised International brandExhibited around the world; in Russia, China, India, USA, Middle East, North Africa and extensively throughout EuropeGlobal network of candidates and talent dataSearch projects completed across all functions and at all levels of seniorityAccess to a network of offices across the worldFor more information and access to a range of testimonials, please visit our website: For EU roles, candidates must be eligible to work and live in the European Union. Proof of eligibility will be required with your application.Listgrove Limited Registered in England No:
      • bristol city centre, sw
      • full-time
      • Options for Recruitment Limited
      Recruitment Administrator Bristol £20k to £22k + benefitsExcellent opportunity to use your administration skills with a leading UK training company in a Recruitment Administrator role. This is a full time role with the option for hybrid working and flexibility for reduced hours if required.The RoleAs Recruitment Administrator you will be part of a fun and friendly team ensuring coordination of recruitment is fully covered, candidates receive an exceptional level of service and Hiring Managers are kept updated. Day to day responsibilities will include:administration ( online systems / posting adverts / liaising with candidates / updating online trackers )gaining references / security checks / safeguarding compliancecollating & recording CVs and interview packssupporting design & implementation of direct advertising campaignsmanaging screening & initial interviewing of hard to fill, niche or designated rolesmanaging speculative applications & talent pools to increase direct hires / time to hiremanaging HR systems / maintaining applicant tracker system & HR database to ensure accuracyThe CompanyOur client is one of the top performing and fastest growing training companies in the UK. With their success built upon tailored solutions to meet the specific needs of employers and employees, they serve a rapidly expanding customer base across the following sectors: Public Sector; Hospitality & Catering; Leadership & Management; Business, Commerce & Retail; Childcare & Teaching; Data & Project Management; Logistics; Active Leisure; HR, & Learning & Development; and Health & Social Care.On offer is 25 days paid holiday plus bank holidays, company pension scheme, life assurance, staff incentives etc. The PersonAs Recruitment Administrator you will have significant administration experience in a similar fast paced role. With proven ability to work with high level of confidentiality & discretion you will also have:attention to detail, with ability to identify / rectify mistakesexcellent organisational skills / ability to prioritise, multitask & work to tight deadlinesstrong communication / self-motivation skillsexcellent IT skillsIf you wish to be considered for the role of Recruitment Administrator, please forward your CV quoting reference WE REGRET WE CAN ONLY ACCEPT APPLICATIONS FROM PERSONS AUTHORISED TO WORK WITHIN THE UKApplications are invited with experience in: resourcing administrator customer service recruitment HR administration coordinator talent pool ATS applicant tracker system DBS RTW database IT communication training education Bristol
      • altrincham, nw
      • full-time
      • Exemplia Group
      We have an exciting opportunity for a Graduate Resourcing Consultant to join our team.Location: AltrinchamSalary: £21,000 - £25,000 (dependent on experience) plus commission with the potential to earn £35k including bonus in your first full year, pension, healthcare and free personal training sessionsHolidays: 23 plus bank holidays, we shut down over ChristmasAre you looking to work in a role with a broad set of responsibilities? Do you enjoy talking to people? Do you enjoy solving complex client problems?If so, this resourcing role could be the right role for you. This is an excellent opportunity to join a business which will allow you the time and provide you with all the training to excel in a career within outsourcingGraduate Resourcing Consultant - About Us:The Exemplia Group is a group of fast-growing, international outsourcing and recruitment businesses that provide a range of solutions including executive-level headhunting, recruitment process outsourcing, board advisory, and HR consultancy. We provide our services to a wide variety of industries and sectors and have worked with some of the UK's most reputable organisations. We are an established, successful organisation with an enviable track-record for providing high calibre solutions. We are a company that is committed to developing and investing in our people for the long term. Many of our staff have been with the business for a number of years.Graduate Resourcing Consultant - The Role:We are currently looking to expand our team by hiring a number of Graduate Resourcing Consultants. Within this role you will get a chance to work as an all-around Talent Partner and Resourcing Consultant. You will work closely with senior members of the team to understand individual project requirements, helping to manage outsourcing projects.You'll be given projects to work on from day one, identifying suitable candidates for our broad range of clients, working as a key component of the team internally to solve client problems and add value in a variety of client and candidate-focused tasks. In the longer term, we're looking to develop your skillset, so you have a full understanding of the end-to-end recruitment cycle and can manage your own clients.Graduate Resourcing Consultant - Key Responsibilities:- Support the existing team in the delivery of resourcing tasks- Working closely with a senior-level member of the team to learn all aspects of our business- Using phone and desk-based research techniques to identify suitable prospects- Making telephone calls to candidates to assess their suitability for clients' requirements- Telephone interviewing and, as you progress, face-to-face and Teams interviewingGraduate Resourcing Consultant - You:- Graduate within any discipline- Engaging, energetic and a confident communicator both verbally and in writing- Ideally, you will have worked in an office environment gaining some work experience ideally on the telephone or similarGraduate Resourcing Consultant - Benefits:- A comprehensive private medical scheme- Company-paid lunchtime Pilates and personal training sessions- Competitive contributions to your pension scheme-Excellent commission scheme- Lots of autonomy, we don't micromanage and we don't have KPIs- Regular team lunches and after-work drinks- An annual incentive trip for the whole company based on overall targets being hit, pre-covid, these included all-expenses-paid overseas trips to Portugal, Spain, Iceland and even a skiing trip to France- We understand and fully support the importance of a strong work-life balance to ensure happy and healthy employees- A fun and friendly office environment- Plenty of opportunities for training and progression across the groupIf you are interested in hearing more about this excitingGraduate Resourcing Consultant opportunity, please click 'Apply' now!NB: Due to high levels of interest, we are unable to respond to every individual applicant.
      • wakefield, yorkshire
      • full-time
      • Ad Warrior Ltd
      HR Operations Manager Grade/Salary: Grade 12-13 (£38, – £43, reduced to £34, - £38, in line with the term time only contract)Hours: 37 hours per week, Term Time Only plus 10 days (some flexibility can be negotiated on this, depending on the candidate)Location: West / South YorkshireApplicants The successful candidate will ensure the provision of a proactive, forward thinking, Trust-minded, competent and consistent HR service. You will lead, manage, inspire and work in collaboration with other members of the HR team to deliver an exceptional HR service to staff, managers and the Executive Team. You will lead the Trust in relation to HR operations management which will drive a culture that aligns and supports the Trust’s overall strategic aims and objectives and core values.This is an exciting position at a time when the Trust is entering an ambitious growth phase and the Central Team is in a transitional stage, developing its processes, systems and capabilities for a much-enlarged Trust. The appointee will play a key role in driving developments and influencing this growth going forward. As a Trust, they are ambitious for growth and the development of their staff and pupils which will bring with it, a great opportunity for the successful candidate.The successful candidate will have significant HR operations experience, covering the whole of the employee life cycle. A CIPD qualification or significantly working towards one (or equivalent) is important.The most important skills to ensure success in the role will include the ability to develop strong relationships and connections at all levels of the Trust community, the ability to instil positivity and confidence within teams and the ability to innovate and adapt to the demands of the role. This role offers the opportunity to work flexibly and the working days and times are negotiable.In return, the Trust are able to offer a welcoming Trust with supportive management and a strong programme of staff development.About The Trust The Trust is located within Kirklees and Wakefield, West Yorkshire, soon to expand into Rotherham, South Yorkshire. The overarching aim of the Trust is to create academies that provide environments that are welcoming, caring, calm, safe and purposeful and that, within a nurturing ethos, stretch their learners academically, support them pastorally and develop them socially and emotionally.They seek to explore and celebrate the qualities that make their pupils unique. The Trust believe passionately that education, at every stage of the pupil journey, is about the development and nurture of the whole child. They aspire for all their pupils to become confident, happy and caring individuals who achieve personal success and develop a love of learning and of life.In addition to their four academies, the Trust provides wide ranging early intervention outreach support and training to mainstream schools, alongside managing the statutory exclusions process on behalf of Kirklees Local Authority.To ApplyIf you feel you are a suitable candidate and would like to work for this Multi-Academy Trust, then please click apply to be redirected to their website where you can complete your application.Closing date: 4 July 2022 at 4pmInterview date: 12 or 13 July 202
      • norwich, angl
      • full-time
      • Larking Gowen
      Larking Gowen has an exciting opportunity for a Payroll Assistant to join the team.Location: NorwichSalary: Competitive + BenefitsAbout Us:Larking Gowen is one of East Anglia's leading Independent Accountancy Firms. They provide integrated advice and solutions to help our clients achieve their goals and stay ahead in a changing world. The services they offer range from Audit to Business Advisory and as a firm we are continuously evolving to ensure we remain the partner of choice for our clients.Payroll Assistant - The Role:We are looking to grow our team and are happy to offer a fully flexible approach to working.This role may be suitable for you if you have previously been involved in the preparation of payrolls (ideally within a bureau environment) and if you have a keen interest in further developing your skills and becoming part of a busy payroll bureau.The available position is working within the Business and Private Team in the payroll bureau, assisting with the processing of client payrolls which vary in frequency (weekly, monthly, 2/4 weekly) and in size (1 to 100+ employees). The successful candidate will have the opportunity to get involved in all aspects of the payroll function and will have the potential to progress with increased responsibility for clients. In-house training will be provided to further your knowledge and support will be provided for this. We are looking for a candidate with good communication skills, who enjoys working as part of a team, has the ability to organise their workload and an appetite for learning and development.Payroll Assistant - Key Responsibilities:- Looking after a portfolio of client payrolls, varying in size, complexity, and frequency- Preparing the payrolls from start to finish, liaising with clients and HMRC with any queries, taking full control of all regulatory submissions, deadlines and ensuring client expectations are met- Taking full responsibility for being the day-to-day contact for your client base, answering any queries they may have and ensuring a high level of client care- Taking an interest in the client's values and business needs to develop good working relationships.- Demonstrating the ability to work independently- Organising your workload, particularly in peak periods, ensuring deadlines are met and communicating with the team around you to ensure work flows smoothly- Supporting the rest of the team and working as one- Learning all aspects of the payroll function- Holds a strong understanding of payroll legislation, calculations, and the industries related regulations- Completes regular technical reading to ensure knowledge is up to date and prepared for any new legislative or environmental changes- Interested in helping to keep the team ahead of any developments and spotting potential opportunities as they arisePayroll Assistant - You:Essential:- Maths and English Language at GCSE or equivalent- Previous payroll experience- Keen interest in developing their career in payrollDesirable:- SAGE and / or Payroll Professional (formerly known as Star) experience.- Xero / Quickbooks payroll experience.- Background in working in a payroll bureau environmentPayroll Assistant - Benefits: - 3 x salary Death In Service- Pension scheme (salary exchange)- Paid professional subscriptions- Rewards for client referrals- Social responsibility and charity support- Social and sports activities- Suggestion scheme and Innovation Fund- Paid holiday and option to purchase additional holiday through salary exchange- Corporate membership providing discounts on theatre and artsTo submit your CV for this exciting Payroll Assistant opportunity, please press 'Apply' now.
      • birmingham, mid
      • full-time
      • Uniper
      Job Title: HR & Payroll CoordinatorLocation: BirminghamSalary: £26,606 - £33,450 experience dependentJob type: Full Time or Part Time (80%) options available, Hybrid Working.At Uniper, we believe in rewarding our employees for their hard work. We offer competitive salaries, company pensions and performance related benefits. Our people can also take advantage of our extensive flexible benefits package with discounts on high street vouchers, health and dental care, holidays and more.The role: Uniper are looking for an experienced HR & Payroll Coordinator to join their UK HR team on a 14-month fixed term contract.This is an exciting opportunity to join a team with a strong a focus on delivering a high performing, innovative, and successful HR & Payroll operations. This role will offer the chance to showcase your skills, while developing strong relationship with key stakeholders. This role reports to the Head of HR Services UK.How we work​​​​Our people are key to our success. Our core objective is to provide them with a supportive and entrepreneurial work environment that fosters collaboration. This allows our people to take responsibility and make optimal use of their skills. Together, we want to shape the future of energy.We support a healthy lifestyle balance and understand flexible working is an important part of a rewarding career. Some options for this role may include,Working from home for part of the weekPart time or compressed hours over 4 daysWhat we are looking forYou will coordinate daily work activities throughout the month to ensure key payroll deadlines are met, and prioritise where necessary to deliver the agreed SLA's to the businessPlan and prioritise own workload, ensuring the completion of key monthly deadlines are achievedYou will review employment correspondence relating to the employee lifecycle; including new starters (internal and external), changes to existing colleagues' terms & conditions and leaversMaintain a comprehensive understanding of company policies, collective agreements and employment legislation.You will be encouraged to support the delivery of continuous improvement measures within the team; recommending and developing new processes to drive improvements and efficiencies.Provide complex query resolution by answering HR & Payroll questions and requestsRepresent the HR Admin team on projects as required, providing transaction and administration expertise, to ensure that impacts on the customer and the team are considered.Essential Experience:Experience as a HR & Payroll Coordinator (or similar role), with detailed knowledge and understanding of the employee lifecycle and payroll process.Excellent knowledge and understanding of current legislation and future changesAbility to develop internal & external relationshipsExcellent analytical skills, with a keen attention to detailExcellent IT skills, competent in the use of Office 365 softwareExcellent communication skills, both written & verbalDesirable Experience:CIPD or CIPP QualifiedKnowledge / competence in using SAP based systemsExperience of working in a unionised environmentAn understanding of the energy sectorBenefits:Please click on the APPLY button to send your CV and Cover Letter for this role.Candidates with the relevant experience or job titles of: HR Consultant, Human Resource Officer, HR Generalist, HR Officer, Human Resources Advisor, Human Resources Generalist, HR Specialist, Employee Relations Advisor, Senior HR Coordinator will be considered for this role.
      • chorley, nw
      • full-time
      • Story Contracting
      Apprentice HR AdministratorWhen registering to this job board you will be redirected to the online application form. Please ensure that this is completed in full in order that your application can be reviewed.Apprentice HR AdministratorAre you an enthusiastic team player? Are you a people person? Do you want to gain a professional qualification while gaining hands on experience?We have an exciting opportunity for an Apprentice HR Administrator to join our People Team, based from our Chorley office - and there has never been a better time to join!This role will be a fixed term apprenticeship for 18 months.The RoleAs an Apprentice People Administrator at Story Contracting you will directly support the People Partner and People Co-Ordinator with the recruitment process and day to day HR admin processes whilst attending college 1 day a week to study towards achieving the Level 3 CIPD qualification.Key responsibilities;General HR admin and staff record keepingAnswering routine payroll queries with support of the People Coordinator and People PartnerManaging the T&C’s change process – administrating forms and lettersMaintain accurate records and reports on key people dataSupport the People Business Partner with any ad-hoc requirementsBenefitsAt Story Contracting, we invest in our people. We provide award-winning training and development opportunities for all employees to help you get to where you want to be in your career.In addition to a competitive salary and pension show we care about our people by offering a health cash plan and wellbeing support to keep you fit and well - inside and outside of work.We care about our communities too and offer our employees two paid for volunteering days each year to spend as a team or individually.The Ideal Candidate:Experience of using Excel, Microsoft Word and PowerPointConsistent and excellent attention to detailGood communication, interpersonal skills and telephone mannerGood organisation skillsAbility to work within a team and on own initiative to prioritise workloadAbility to maintain process, professionalism and confidentialityPositive ‘can-do’ approachWhy Story Contracting?Story Contracting is a privately-owned, award-winning infrastructure company who is financially secure and agile with a wide range of public, private and third sector clients who enjoy working with our talented and committed ;Our track record for delivery on time and to budget, safely and reliably, has meant repeat business from our clients, which is reflected in our motto of ‘Do It Right!’Our values are at the heart of everything we do - the way we work and the behaviours we display. We believe that this is what makes Story Contracting and our people exceptional.GROUNDED - Everyone is equal at Story. We are down to earth and treat each other with respect.HARDWORKING - We all pull our weight and work hard for each other.PROUD - We are proud of our safety, our projects, our people, our clients and the success we create together.FAMILY - We nurture, train, develop and keep our people safe, just like a family. We are inclusive and do the right thing for the business and its people.TRUSTED - What we say is what we do. Our clients, our people and our communities trust us to do it right.WINNERS - We are hungry for success and want to be the best performing contractor for our clients, our people and our communities.Find out more about what it’s like to be part of Team Story here.Every Story MattersWe are proud to be a place where everyone can be part of the Story!As part of our pledge to eliminate discrimination and encourage diversity among our Story Team, our ‘Every Story’ policy ensures all employees are a part of a diverse environment and always feel included.All applicants will receive careful consideration for employment regardless of who you are, where you come from or what you believe in.Think you’d be a good fit?Successful applicants will be contacted shortly after the closing date.Click below to apply and start your Story.
      • coventry, mid
      • full-time
      • AM 2 PM RECRUITMENT SOLUTIONS (BIRMINGHAM) LIMITED
      Recruitment Sales Consultant – Coventry – Starting to £22 - 26k basic + uncapped commission structure, car allowance, training, and further benefits. Permanent position with great team and career progression!!!This is a fantastic opportunity to work with a forward thinking and exciting national recruitment agency who are looking to cement and expand on its business commitments in the Warwickshire area.The BusinessThis leading UK Recruitment Agency supports many familiar brand names and major businesses across the UK. Their industry leading people supply solutions have seen them steadily develop since inception in 2003 and become a leading name for businesses across manufacturing, distribution, warehousing and other skilled sectors. The RoleAs Recruitment Consultant to our Coventry branch, you will have a varied and progressive position. Initially integrating into the business and assisting with existing local client commitments you will quickly focus on the main focus for your role, by developing and identifying new customers and ultimately account managing these as they grow in terms of their staffing requirements. To help, you will have the support of the local branch and national resourcing team who will assist you with fulfilling the requirements of the new clients you bring on and those existing accounts who require support. Ultimately, we expect you to develop your skills to add client account management into your capabilities as the demands of customers expand by volume and skills requirements. At the heart of what we offer clients is a desire to provide a first class recruitment service, correctly providing the appropriately trained and skilled staff to meet their operational requirements, be that a skilled position or multiple hires.Key Responsibilities and accountabilities.• Generating new sales leads• Booking client visits to discuss AM2PM products and services• Managing your database daily with activity, including references• REC guidelines and AWR and Home Office Rules & Regulations• Utilising the company CRM to track progress and capture activities• Customer/Client careNormal working hours are – Monday – Friday however some flexibility will be needed as per the needs of the business. This could involve an earlier start or a later finish time or working at the weekend on the odd occasion when required. As reward for this hard work and effort, a starting basic up to 26k will be on offer plus lucrative uncapped commission structure, car allowance, phone, laptop and more will be on offer. Further benefits after a successful qualifying period will be on offer to you including contributory pension scheme with employer match up to 5%, 1 days leave for every year of service up to 5 years and a day off on your birthday!.If this sounds like the role for you and the kind of employer you can thrive in, then apply today!.
      • leeds, yorkshire
      • full-time
      • Elevation Recruitment
      Elevation Recruitment Group are working with a client of ours who are looking to recruit a new addition to their HR and Talent team. We are looking for a HR/Recruitment Administrator to join a very fast paced and busy HR function. This is a great opportunity to join a well-established business and really be part of the growth and development of existing and new employees. Key Responsibilities: *Creating and distributing offer letters and contracts of employment*Creating the adverts and uploading to job boards*Supporting recruitment days and events*Ensuring all new starter documents and compliance information are obtained and the HR systems are updated according*Management of recruitment email inbox*Coordinating uniform orders and allocation of lockers, where applicable *Production of marketing materials posters, flyers, candidate packs*Offer administrative support to management and the wide team when requiredKey Skills: *Competent in the use of Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Outlook*Strong Microsoft package, including excel *Excellent communicator both written and verbal*Proactive approach*Able to build strong and effective working relationship with internal and external stakeholders Elevation Business Support is a specialist division of Elevation Recruitment Group focusing on Administration positions in Yorkshire and surrounding regions. If you match the specified criteria and are interested in discussing the position in more detail, we would love to hear from you.
      • 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
      • Boston Consulting Group
      WHAT YOU'LL DOBCG is undergoing a Recruiting Transformation to fully embed a bionic talent model throughout the organization, ensuring we remain competitive and continue to attract and hire top, diverse talent to meet our ambitious growth targets in the next 5 years. We aim to diversify, de-risk, future-proof, and make scalable BCG's recruiting model while growing our talent funnel, improving our quality of hire, and also improve our internal recruiting efficiency and effectiveness. In addition, BCG is embedding an Agile approach and moves to the cloud throughout our Technology functions. To realize this digital transformation – both within BCG as a whole and within the Recruiting Function more specifically - we need to transform our products, experiences, processes, technology and how we operate.Within Technology, BCG has implemented a range of market-leading “point” solutions to enhance the Candidate Experience, as well as initiating a review of our foundational technology. We are now identifying what our next wave of innovative Recruiting Technology Solutions should be, and this role will form a crucial part of the team to deliver these.As Recruiting Technology Innovation Senior Manager, you will work alongside our core Recruiting functional teams as well as our HR Agile Tribe to identify business needs, use design thinking to identify possible solutions, set the roadmap and deliver innovative recruiting technology to support our growing business.Recruiting tech innovation identificationCollaborate with Recruiting team members, business units, regions and tech leaders to design, develop, deploy & sustain innovative technology across the recruiting cycle – identifying core business needs, prioritising these to develop possible solutionsWork with Agile squads and Recruiting teams across BCG to bring in the voice of the end user – including focus groups, surveys, analytical experience and candidate feedback insights to identify innovation needsWork with our Technology TVC, Recruiting and HR community to help develop vision for end to end recruiting journeys, identifying process or technology improvements and tools to deliver this visionInnovative product design and development for prioritised areasTranslate the voice and needs of customer into user stories, engaging users as needed, in partnership with members of the global, regional, & local Recruiting teamsWork with Agile squads and Recruiting teams to outline product roadmap(s) for prioritised business needs, ensuring solutions are built in an incremental way and working with the Agile Tribe to ensure plans built into Agile sprints to create value for the customerContinually review solutions space to ensure we are delivering against original user requirements and changing business needsIdentify and track performance metrics and user feedback to inform future workUser experiencePartner with UX experts (internal & external) to define good outcomes for qualitative testing, ensuring we deliver the right experience for diverse candidates and recruitersConduct pilots, A/B testing and review metrics when appropriate to finalize the optimal customer experience throughout their journeyUtilize product design thinking to ensure technical products and solutions are designed and implemented around customer experience at the centerUse agile methodology and thinking when working with IT and product teams to ensure fast deployment and testing of relevant tools and featuresYOU'RE GOOD ATA user-centered mindset, with an understanding of recruiting processes, skills and tools and desire to continually listen to customer needs and requirementsExperience working in multi-disciplinary teams with technology, systems and data, and knowledge of Agile ways of workingClear, persuasive communication skills, inspiring and influencing through written and verbal communicationOperating with a transparency mindset, communicating clearly and openlyAbility to convince broad set of stakeholders on ambiguous issues to get to decisions using data and empathyWillingness to introduce new approaches and industry and technology trends to the team as and when is appropriate – including recruiting functional skills, visual design, tool useEvolving product design from concept to implementation:Rapid ideation (Sketching, White-boarding, etc); Wireframes & Prototypes; Visual design; Front-end implementation; Triage / resolving blockers; Identifying new standards and patternsWorking with a virtual team spread-out across time zonesYOU BRING (EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS)Candidates for this role should have:An undergraduate degree or equivalent in business, science, technology or a related field7+ years of experience in a relevant role(s) and ideally 3+ years of experience in HR/Recruiting technology, UX or innovation-related roles and/or in the consulting industryA strong portfolio that demonstrates HR/Recruiting transformation, change management and strategic content and / or product development to deliver business impactIdeally, experience working with technology development including interface designs, Adobe Creative Suite, Prototyping tools, Wireframing software and with Agile, Lean and Design ThinkingDivergent thinker who can converge ideas into tangible productsQuantitative experience with high attention to detail and proven ability to manage multiple, competing priorities simultaneouslyProven ability to develop and execute candidate/customer experience improvementsExperience with using a variety of digital collaboration tools such as Slack, Trello, Mural, Box, and othersOther preferred qualifications include:MBA or Graduate degree in business, HR, marketing or any related fieldExperience with working in virtual teams across multiple regions, time zones, and cultures across the worldYOU'LL WORK WITHThis role will report to the Global Recruiting Technology Director, and work closely with:The global Head of Recruitment, global Talent Value Centres and Solutions teamsThe wider BCG Recruitment organisation, including MDPs, Senior Directors, & Directors as well as operational delivery teamsThe HR Agile Tribe - Tribe Lead (TL), Technical Area Lead (TAL), Product Owners, Chapter Leads, and Squad Members - as well as members of other Agile TribesBCG staff & candidates-our end customers
      • tamworth, mid
      • full-time
      • Elevation Recruitment
      Elevation Recruitment are excited to be working with a well established and reputable business based in Tamworth, to support them to recruit an experienced Payroll Officer, to join their close knit and friendly team.The candidate will provide a professional, high quality, timely, customer focused transactional service to key stakeholders and internal and external customers.You will initially be employed on a 6 month Fixed Term basis with possibility to extend for the right person.Duties & Responsibilities:* Processing of monthly changes for all employees - maternity/paternity/sickness absences/bonuses etc.* Responsible for monitoring cut-off dates and ensuring all information is received in advance of the prescribed deadlines* Sound awareness of tax and national insurance calculations, understanding the manual calculation of these and other statutory deductions* Basic knowledge of pensions and salary sacrifice schemes* Good appreciation for all statutory obligations within the Payroll function, including all e-filing submission and payment obligations* Assistance in the production of payslips (paper and e-payslips) for secure issue* Responsible for issuing e-P60s to employees and ensuring final payments are processed to Inland Revenue adhering to set deadlines* Potential to assist with some Pensions scheme administrations* Assist with the successful delivery of Real Time Information* To assist in the provision specific information on request including: that requested by external and internal audits; information in support of mortgage requests; data for the National Statistic Office on request; data for annual insurance renewals* Responsible for ensuring the successful delivery of the Payroll Services help desk, a tool for managing queries raised, relating to income tax, national insurance and pensions* Responsible for ensuring all assigned Help desk queries are resolved within SLA* Other responsibilities as requested on an ad-hoc basis by the Payroll Manager or other members of the Finance and/or HR teamsPlease apply now if you are interested!
      • edgware, london
      • full-time
      • AWD online
      Head of HR / Human Resources Lead who is a senior leader with experience in dealing with Executives and Board-level, with a strong customer service ethic and a keen focus on process improvement is required for a well-established school trust based in Harrow, North West London. SALARY: £47,642 - £68,532 per annum LOCATION: Harrow, North West London JOB TYPE: Full-Time, Permanent WORKING HOURS: hours per week JOB OVERVIEW We have a fantastic new job opportunity for a Head of HR / Human Resources Lead who is a senior leader with experience in dealing with Executives and Board-level, with a strong customer service ethic and a keen focus on process improvement. Working as a Head of HR / Human Resources Lead your responsibilities will include leading the HR processes and driving people management strategies in line with the Trust’s vision and Strategic Plan. You will instil best practices by playing a leading role in helping to champion HR programs and initiatives to shape the future across the Trust. As a Head of HR / Human Resources Lead you will be working closely with the Finance Director and in partnership with the Executive Team, you will lead and motivate the HR team, delivering added valued services in the areas of the Employee Lifecycle, Employee Benefits, Recruitment, Payroll, Pensions, Projects, Management Information and Systems. The role will involve collaboration with all schools and other departments, working particularly closely with Principals, Headteachers and the Finance team. DUTIES Your role as a Head of HR / Human Resources Lead will include: Act as the expert HR Lead, delivering a cohesive and effective HR Strategy Work in close partnership with the Finance Director and the Executive Team to deliver the Trust’s mission, values and Strategic Plan Provide professional leadership, support and development to HR staff to increase knowledge, share best practices and ensure that relevant professional standards are met Take a lead role in transforming and strengthening the organisational culture, ensuring that the Trust’s ethos, values and approach are upheld To be the HR lead for Ofsted visits facilitating improvement and progress to demonstrate effectiveness during inspections CANDIDATE REQUIREMENTS Accreditation from the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) or equivalent Extensive experience in a Human Resources role Significant experience in a senior management HR role Experience in restructuring, re-deployment and redundancies Previous responsibility for managing HR resources with excellent people skills and understanding complex HR issues Experience in dealing with Executives and Board-level Ability to listen sensitively to the views of others to foster an inclusive and supportive culture An excellent team player with strong operational management experience to lead and focus on building a solid HR team Pre-employment checks The organisation is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and requires all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All successful candidates are required to have an Enhanced DBS check unless internally appointed and still within the cycle of DBS re-checks.Any appointment subsequently made will be subject to the receipt of satisfactory references and other pre-employment checks. APPLY TODAY… By submitting your job application to us you are hereby giving us your express consent to submit your details to our Client for this purpose. JOB REF: AWDO-P8895 Full-Time, Permanent Jobs, Careers and Vacancies. Find a new job and work in Harrow, North West London. Multi-Job Board Advertising and CV Sourcing Recruitment Services provided by AWD online. AWD online specialise in sourcing candidates and advertising vacancies on multiple job boards for companies on a non-commission basis. AWD online operates as an employment agency. awd online |
      • 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.
      • southend-on-sea, hc
      • full-time
      • Ventrica
      Job Title: Recruitment OfficerLocation: Southend-on-seaSalary: £20k - £24k per annum Job type: Full Time (Hybrid) - With travel to Southend-on-sea office weeklyVentrica is a dynamic, fast-growth customer management business that provides outsourced customer service for an array of blue-chip brands. We are an innovative business with a growing reputation here in the UK for technical innovation and digital transformation. In 2020 Ventrica picked up two awards at the prestigious European Contact Centre & Customer Service Awards. Gold for Best Outsourcing Partnership (Large) and silver for European Outsourced Contact Centre of the Year. In 2017 we won gold for Best Contact Centre Outsourcer in Europe at the same awards, and in 2018 we came 63rd in the Sunday Times Fast Track 100.The Role/Candidate:Reporting to the Chief People Officer, the Recruitment officer will be responsible for designing and leading Ventrica's recruitment strategy to ensure that the recruitment demands of the business are met.Main Activities:First point of contact for candidates, manning the recruitment line as first point of contact and responding to candidates queries in a timely mannerManagement of the Recruitment mailboxes.Processing the recruitment requests and updating the required trackers.Conducting phone & face-to-face interviews.Working with the Service Delivery Managers.Providing feedback to the candidate, if requested, working with the Recruitment Manager on the delivery of thisConducting assessment centres with large groups of candidates, including facilitating group activities, individual assessments and presentations.Responsible for ensuring candidates complete the individual skills testing and results are communicated to ensure they meet the criteria for the campaign interviewed for.Posting job advertisements via the ATS system.Preparation and distribution of the Internal Vacancy listingsCoordination of the internal application process, scheduling interviews and ensuring feedback is provided.Ensure all candidate records are updated on the ATS.Overseeing the "Refer a Friend" scheme and ensuring the tracking is kept up to date to ensure bonus payments were processed.Undertaking new hire screening, including previous employment checks are completed and ensuring the right to work documentation is obtained for all new hires.Ownership of the offer process, issuing the required documentation and the new starter on boarding processWork closely with the HR team to ensure all relevant recruitment activities are communicated accordingly.Management of agency workers within the business, ensuring they are compliant, pay is in line with the business, communication with Senior Management if they will be made permanent and the arrangements for this.Liaise with the Resourcing Team to ensure peaks and troughs of recruitment activities are proactively managed, whilst working closely with this team to support the redeployment activities of existing employees.Undertake any additional tasks that the business may needKey Skills:EssentialExperience of recruitment and selection techniquesExperience in undertaking end to end recruitment processesExcellent communication and rapport building skills.Excellent writing skills with the ability to write in an engaging mannerGreat administration skills with the ability to use initiative and be a pro-active member of the teamAble to maintain confidentiality and professionalismAbility to work in a fast paced environment with tight deadlinesHighly flexible approach with a keen eye for detail and great problem solving skillsResilient and driven to achieve personal and organisational targetsAble to multi task and manage own workload and prioritise tasks to achieve deadlinesExcellent attention to detailDesirablePrevious experience working within an Internal Recruitment/HR team.Understanding of HR best practice and ACAS guidelinesPrevious experience within a contact centre environmentExperience in headhunting or undertaking targeted search activitiesConducting Assessment Centres / Group InterviewsPrevious experience conducting presentations / induction trainingBENEFITS:Standard annual holiday entitlement for full time staff is 28 days (including bank holidays). You will also receive an extra days holiday on the anniversary of your start date for the first 2 years, increasing your entitlement to 30 days (including bank holidays)Discounts with over 40 local businessesPensionEmployee Assistance ProgrammeTraining providedPlease click on the APPLY button to send your CV and Cover Letter for this role.Candidates with the experience or relevant job titles of; Human Resources, HR Assistant, Human Resources Administrator, HR Administrator, Human Resources Assistant, Human Resources, HR Admin, HR team Admin, Admin, Talent Development Administrator, Junior HR Advisor, Administrative Support, Office Administrator, Recruitment Administrator, Administrator, Support, Assistant, Human Resources Executive, Client Services Executive, Sales Support Administrator, Operations Assistant, Operations Executive, Sales Advisor, Client Support Administrator, Marketing Assistant, Sales Executive, Senior Administrator will also be considered for this role.
      • rotherham, yorkshire
      • full-time
      • Exemplar Health Care
      Employee Relations Advisor LeadWhen registering to this job board you will be redirected to the online application form. Please ensure that this is completed in full in order that your application can be reviewed.Position: Employee Relations Advisor Leadlocation: Ferham house, S61 1AJContract type: Full Time PermanentRate: Up to £35,000 per annum plus £3,000 car allowanceWe are a rapidly expanding healthcare company with our support services based in Rotherham, South ;Our mission at Exemplar is to make every day better for the people who live and work in our homes. Our community-based homes and OneCare services provide person-centred care and rehabilitation that focuses on maximizing independence, building everyday living skills and empowering people to live as fulfilled lives as ;We currently have 36 Care Homes and have an exciting growth plan to open 8 more by the end of the financial year, with further plans for growth over the next 5 ;You will work closely with the Operational Teams and Managers, using coaching and influencing skills helps to ensure a fair and consistent approach to an organisations policies and procedures, thus promoting a positive ER culture within the business, whilst minimising risks.Why work for us?The delivery of excellent quality of care is at the heart of everything we do. You will work with like-minded colleagues, as part of a wider HR team that provide the highest standards of attraction , selection, growth , support and career advancement including development opportunities for all colleagues. You would be joining Exemplar Health Care at a very exciting time with expansions plans of five to eight new homes opening every year for the next 5 years of which your role will play a key requirement to deliver this strategy of opening new build complex care homes across the ; About you:You will have proven experience as a strong Employee Relations Advisor at team leader level in the following; Manage, develop and motivate a team of ERA in delivering an outstanding HR ServiceWorking alongside the HR Business partners on a variety of HR related ProjectsA proven experience of transactional HR activities, working in a fast-paced environmentExcellent people management experience with the ability to coach, develop and influence a team and business leaders.CIPD qualified (level 5) or equivalent demonstrable experienceApplicants should possess effective communication skills and demonstrate the ability to communicate at all levels to maintain and build vital relationshipsThe ability to organise and prioritise workloads to meet deadlines and have the drive to deliver results is essentialStrong work ethics and reliability, with meticulous attention to detailStrong IT skills is essential to ensure process efficienciesThis is a challenging role; within the health and social care setting where no two days are the same. However the successful candidate will be joining a solid, effective and welcoming team and will be fully supported to reach their potential.For a full person spec, please see the attached job description and person specificationRewards and Benefits of working at Exemplar Health CareTravel allowance + car allowance 3KCareer development opportunities with access to CPD accredited trainingPension contributionsFirst Rewards; a fantastic rewards and benefits platform with great savings to be madeAccess to an award winning 24/7 employee counselling and support service, and an online Wellbeing CentrePaid for DBS check25 days’ holiday plus bank holidays
      • 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.
      • york, yorkshire
      • full-time
      • Ad Warrior Ltd
      Senior HR AdvisorJob Type: 12 month Fixed Term Contract (Maternity Cover)Location: YorkSalary: £36,000 - £38,500 per annumAnother are pleased to be supporting our client in their search for a Senior HR Advisor to join for a full-time, fixed term contract for 12 months, hybrid working between home and travel York.Reporting to the Senior Senior HR Advisor, you will provide broad generalist support to your own business ; Providing a combination of operational HR and project ; You will work closely with stakeholders and colleagues to ensure HR is delivered in line with the wider people strategy, collaborating effectively with the wider HR specialist shared service teams.The Role:•Working with key stakeholders to provide Senior HR Advising and support to enable improvements in business engagement and performance.•Provide accurate people data with appropriate analysis and recommendations to internal stakeholders.•Support the development and implementation of proactive HR initiatives, change programmes and projects – organisational development, talent management.•Ensuring compliance and keeping up to date with new legislation and policy change•Be proactive in identifying opportunities for the continuous improvement and development of HR service provision across the business.•Providing support and management of disciplinary and grievance cases, working with Investigating, Hearing and Line Managers to provide policy support and advice.•Working with leadership teams and stakeholders to support and enable improvements in business areaWe are looking for people with the following experience:•Strong generalist HR background with a proven track record of delivering Senior HR Advising ideally gained in a large, matrix organisation.•Good working knowledge of employment law.•Experience of providing business partnering and project support.•Able to work independently and as part of a team.•Ability to successfully manage change and deal with ambiguity.•Relationship building skills with the ability to communicate and liaise at all levels.If you feel you are a suitable candidate and would like to work for this reputable company, then please do not hesitate in ;
      • 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.
      • maidenhead, hc
      • full-time
      • AWD online
      Recruiter (Internal Recruitment Consultant / Talent Acquisition Specialist) who has experience working the full recruitment lifecycle, is customer focussed with excellent organisational and interpersonal skills and the ability work a high volume of roles is required for a well-established company based in Maidenhead, Berkshire. Agency Recruiters looking to move to an in-house role will be considered as well as experienced In-House Recruiters looking for their next career move. If you’re looking for a new role where you’ll make a real difference, then we want to hear from you! SALARY: £28,000 - £35,000 per annum (depending on experience) + Generous Benefits (including exciting prospects, private healthcare, 23 days annual leave + public holidays) LOCATION: Maidenhead, Berkshire JOB TYPE: Full-Time, Permanent JOB OVERVIEW We have a fantastic new job opportunity for a Recruiter (Internal Recruitment Consultant / Talent Acquisition Specialist) who has experience working the full recruitment lifecycle, is customer focussed with excellent organisational and interpersonal skills and the ability work a high volume of roles. Working as a Recruiter (Internal Recruitment Consultant / Talent Acquisition Specialist) you will join the company’s expanding in-house recruitment team where you will own the full lifecyle for permanent roles across the business. As a Recruiter (Internal Recruitment Consultant / Talent Acquisition Specialist) you will be required to support the business and ensure the best talent is hired! The recruitment market is busy and you will need to be comfortable working at pace while being super organised! APPLY TODAY If this job looks like your ideal position, then please send in your CV as soon as possible for our Recruitment Team to review. DUTIES Your duties as a Recruiter (Internal Recruitment Consultant / Talent Acquisition Specialist) will include: Qualify roles with hiring managers and agree sourcing strategy Market and source roles through direct sourcing channels (Job boards, LinkedIn) Screen internal and external candidates Lead the internal application process for permanent recruitment Work as a proactive member of the Recruitment/HR Team CANDIDATE REQUIREMENTS Fantastic experience gained as a recruiter. Agency recruiters looking for an in-house role considered Ability to work on a volume of roles at any one time Great organisational and interpersonal skills Be obsessed with providing an exceptional candidate experience HOW TO APPLY To be considered for this job vacancy, please submit your CV to our Recruitment Team who will review your details. CV’s of Job Applicants meeting this requirement will be submitted to our Client for consideration. By submitting your job application to us you are hereby giving us your express consent to submit your details to our Client for this purpose. JOB REF: AWDO-P8797 Full-Time, Permanent Jobs, Careers and Vacancies. Find a new job and work in Maidenhead, Berkshire. Multi-Job Board Advertising and CV Sourcing Recruitment Services provided by AWD online. AWD online specialise in sourcing candidates and advertising vacancies on multiple job boards for companies on a non-commission basis. AWD online operates as an employment agency. awd online |
      • rotherham, yorkshire
      • full-time
      • Elevation Recruitment
      Elevation Accountancy & Finance are proud to be working in partnership with a well-established business based in the Rotherham area as they look to appoint a confident & experienced Payroll Administrator into their team; initially on an 8 Month Fixed Term contract to support the business during a busy period. This is an exciting opportunity to join a fun & friendly team, to take on the full ownership over the end to end payroll process. The post holder will be responsible for processing end to end payroll for both weekly and fortnightly payrolls and sub-contractor payments.Reporting into the Group HR Manager, Duties will include:* Maintaining and processing the payroll from beginning to end for weekly and fortnightly payrolls* Processing Sub-Contractor payments and CIS Returns* Ensuring all associated payroll elements are correct SSP, SPP, SMP, NI, Workplace Pension, RTI, Tax* Ensuring all payrolls are checked and compliant with legislative requirements* Able to identify and resolve discrepancies in a timely manner* Dealing with day to day payroll queries* Administrative duties in all areas of payroll and sub contractExperience/person specification:* At least 2 years' payroll experience* Qualified to GCSE Level (at Least 5 GCSE's Grade C or Above) * Studying towards CIPP qualification (advantageous)* Strong communication skills* Excellent IT skills including Microsoft Excel* Ability to work well in fast-paced environmentsIf you feel that you have the relevant skills to be considered for this position, please feel free to apply today!
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