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        • birmingham, west midlands
        • contract
        • £35,000 - £40,000 per year
        • randstad business support
        We are currently looking for an enthusiastic, capable and diligent HR Business Partner to join one of the leading education providers in the Midlands.for a 9 month FTCResponsibilities You will be responsible for supporting the senior HRBP with all HR related matters.Provide specialist advice and support to managers and staff on all aspects of people management and explain complex employment mattersInfluence, coach and advise managers on people management practicesDevelop, promote and implement sound, efficient and effective people management strategies in an agreed areaActing as the professional lead, to support strategic aims, drive high performance and enhance employee engagement. Undertake key HR projects and initiatives to progress the strategic and operational HR aims of the organisationTake a supporting role with people management issues, change programmes and similar.Work as an integrated member of senior management teams encouraging managers / leaders to take ownership of their people issues and develop their confidence and capability in people management Developing the strategy and approach and ensuring well developed and embedded policy and process is in placeLiaise with unions/staff representative groups encouraging effective working relationships to achieve organisational objectivesHelp develop and deliver training courses and workshops to support the implementation of HR policies and procedures Identify organisational trends, provide insight on HR matters and inform decision making.Maintain up to date own professional knowledge of employment legislation and best practices and identify own development needs.About you? Experience of providing proactive and professional HRBP supportChartered Member of the CIPD (Chartered MCIPD) or eligible to achieve this status Educated to degree level or equivalentStakeholder managementUnion experience in terms of restructuringHE experience is desirable but not essentialProven track record and commitment to own CPD activities.Strong problem solving skillsGood knowledge of employment lawEffective negotiation skillsOtherSalary £35,000-£40,000Hybrid working 40/60 home and office workingRandstad 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 currently looking for an enthusiastic, capable and diligent HR Business Partner to join one of the leading education providers in the Midlands.for a 9 month FTCResponsibilities You will be responsible for supporting the senior HRBP with all HR related matters.Provide specialist advice and support to managers and staff on all aspects of people management and explain complex employment mattersInfluence, coach and advise managers on people management practicesDevelop, promote and implement sound, efficient and effective people management strategies in an agreed areaActing as the professional lead, to support strategic aims, drive high performance and enhance employee engagement. Undertake key HR projects and initiatives to progress the strategic and operational HR aims of the organisationTake a supporting role with people management issues, change programmes and similar.Work as an integrated member of senior management teams encouraging managers / leaders to take ownership of their people issues and develop their confidence and capability in people management Developing the strategy and approach and ensuring well developed and embedded policy and process is in placeLiaise with unions/staff representative groups encouraging effective working relationships to achieve organisational objectivesHelp develop and deliver training courses and workshops to support the implementation of HR policies and procedures Identify organisational trends, provide insight on HR matters and inform decision making.Maintain up to date own professional knowledge of employment legislation and best practices and identify own development needs.About you? Experience of providing proactive and professional HRBP supportChartered Member of the CIPD (Chartered MCIPD) or eligible to achieve this status Educated to degree level or equivalentStakeholder managementUnion experience in terms of restructuringHE experience is desirable but not essentialProven track record and commitment to own CPD activities.Strong problem solving skillsGood knowledge of employment lawEffective negotiation skillsOtherSalary £35,000-£40,000Hybrid working 40/60 home and office workingRandstad 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.
        • solihull, west midlands
        • permanent
        • £30,000 per year
        • randstad inhouse services
        We are seeking Resource and Strategy Planning Analyst.OUR GLOBAL OPPORTUNITIESYOUR PERSONAL JOURNEYWhat gets you out of bed in the morning? For us, it's driving positive change and we're looking for like-minded people with energy and a can do attitude to join our winning team.Are you looking for that next step in your career journey and like the sound of working in a dynamic and exciting team that's part of a growing consumer finance business and global bank? Like what you hear? Then read on…Job Purpose* To provide and manage forecasting, scheduling and capacity planning within Operations* To align resource requirements against actual FTE, and make proposals to improve efficiency and budgetary control.* To provide insight to the Operations Leadership Team to drive improvements in performance, efficiency and customer experience.* To be a key contact for all Stakeholders in matters relating to the FTE Modelling and planning. Key Responsibilities* Ensure all modelling tools are kept up to date, are accurate, and departments are modelled in the most appropriate manner, to achieve department goals.* Work with relevant stakeholders to provide all necessary communications regarding department budgetary and service level performance.* Proactively provide analysis and insight on efficiency opportunities, and ways to improve performance and customer experiences.* To act as a key point of contact between Resource Planning and the wider Operations team.* To work with other key areas within the business (eg Marketing), ensuring any customer impacts are accounted for within Operational planning* Provide support for the leadership team, guiding and advising to develop effective productivity measures, performance management intelligence and resource planning effectiveness* Highlight barriers which impact on service levels and work to resolve these. * Provide timely and accurate Operational Reports to drive performance and improve / refine our modelling assumptions* Ensure that the training and competency framework is adhered to.* To support Operations and Business projects as required.* Complete any other task as required.Our cultureWe understand that next step in your career journey is an important one. We also know it's all about the people as they are the ones that make our business the success it is. That's why we provide colleagues with opportunities to make great things happen in an open and exclusive environment. Our culture is innovative, collaborative and fun; we challenge everyone to make a difference for colleagues, customers, partners and our community. Being part of the BNP Paribas global banking group means you're part of something big; with plenty of opportunities to take on additional responsibilities and make a real difference. We offerAs you'd expect from being a global banking group, we can give you an award winning benefits package that gives you flexibility to choose your benefits based on what's important to you. We also offer flexible working patterns, a competitive salary, a contributory pension scheme, plus life insurance and private medical insurance, not to mention the all-important 25 days holiday each year to enjoy. Is there a fit?If you're interested in joining our dynamic and growing team, then we'd love to hear from you. Equal Opportunities DisclaimerBNP Paribas promotes equality of opportunity and is committed to ensuring that no individual is discriminated against on the grounds of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage or civil partnership status, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation.
        We are seeking Resource and Strategy Planning Analyst.OUR GLOBAL OPPORTUNITIESYOUR PERSONAL JOURNEYWhat gets you out of bed in the morning? For us, it's driving positive change and we're looking for like-minded people with energy and a can do attitude to join our winning team.Are you looking for that next step in your career journey and like the sound of working in a dynamic and exciting team that's part of a growing consumer finance business and global bank? Like what you hear? Then read on…Job Purpose* To provide and manage forecasting, scheduling and capacity planning within Operations* To align resource requirements against actual FTE, and make proposals to improve efficiency and budgetary control.* To provide insight to the Operations Leadership Team to drive improvements in performance, efficiency and customer experience.* To be a key contact for all Stakeholders in matters relating to the FTE Modelling and planning. Key Responsibilities* Ensure all modelling tools are kept up to date, are accurate, and departments are modelled in the most appropriate manner, to achieve department goals.* Work with relevant stakeholders to provide all necessary communications regarding department budgetary and service level performance.* Proactively provide analysis and insight on efficiency opportunities, and ways to improve performance and customer experiences.* To act as a key point of contact between Resource Planning and the wider Operations team.* To work with other key areas within the business (eg Marketing), ensuring any customer impacts are accounted for within Operational planning* Provide support for the leadership team, guiding and advising to develop effective productivity measures, performance management intelligence and resource planning effectiveness* Highlight barriers which impact on service levels and work to resolve these. * Provide timely and accurate Operational Reports to drive performance and improve / refine our modelling assumptions* Ensure that the training and competency framework is adhered to.* To support Operations and Business projects as required.* Complete any other task as required.Our cultureWe understand that next step in your career journey is an important one. We also know it's all about the people as they are the ones that make our business the success it is. That's why we provide colleagues with opportunities to make great things happen in an open and exclusive environment. Our culture is innovative, collaborative and fun; we challenge everyone to make a difference for colleagues, customers, partners and our community. Being part of the BNP Paribas global banking group means you're part of something big; with plenty of opportunities to take on additional responsibilities and make a real difference. We offerAs you'd expect from being a global banking group, we can give you an award winning benefits package that gives you flexibility to choose your benefits based on what's important to you. We also offer flexible working patterns, a competitive salary, a contributory pension scheme, plus life insurance and private medical insurance, not to mention the all-important 25 days holiday each year to enjoy. Is there a fit?If you're interested in joining our dynamic and growing team, then we'd love to hear from you. Equal Opportunities DisclaimerBNP Paribas promotes equality of opportunity and is committed to ensuring that no individual is discriminated against on the grounds of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage or civil partnership status, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation.
        • birmingham, west midlands
        • temp to perm
        • £10.75 per hour
        • randstad business support
        We are looking for an organised and efficient HR Officer to join one of the most successful health-care providers in the Midlands. As a HR Officer you will support with the full spectrum of day to day HR duties and queries to ensure the smooth running of the business and their staff. PurposeSupport with general HR queries and advice to line managers, ensuring high levels of accuracy and confidentiality at all times.Provide HR support with employee relations, e.g. in disciplinary meetings, grievances, absence review meetings, etc.Support with the delivery of coaching and development of line managers.Develop and maintain accurate statistical management informationResponsibilities Ensure the HR department provides an excellent service to the business.To support the HR Administrator with all administration, to ensure all HR processes are maintained efficiently and accurately.Conduct employee meetings where appropriate, e.g. exit interviews, new starter inductions.Support Payroll and the HR Administrator to resolve employee queries in a timely and efficient manner.Provide support in employee relations meetings, advising the line manager on process and taking notes.Provide accurate management information as requested - developing and maintaining various trackers and analysing results / providing report as requested.#Support the HR Consultant to ensure relevant policies are updated.Managing all the HR files in line with CQC and GDPR/legislative standards, updating compliance information, starters, leavers etc.Maintain all absence and sickness records, escalating individual cases to the HR Consultant when trigger points are hit.To be involved in ad hoc projects as and when required.Assist the HR Consultant in the implementation and maintenance of any agree changes to current practice.Undertake any other duties as requested commensurate with the role.Build relationships across the organisation with all level of staff.What you will needProven experience within a HR environmentA minimum of 3 years HR experience.A positive, friendly, flexible, and capable manner, able to build relationships quickly.Strong interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills.Excellent time management, organisational and computer skills including Word, Excel and PowerPoint.Great knowledge of HR legislation and practicesExperience working in the health-care sector (desirable)CIPD qualifications & a degree within HR or similar field Other Full time 37.5 hours per week (flexibility either 4-5 days)This is an interim position but the role may go permanent depending on individual performance Based in North Birmingham but flexibility to commute between nearby (within 3 miles) locations is essential with an ability to drive to said locations would be advantageous Randstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
        We are looking for an organised and efficient HR Officer to join one of the most successful health-care providers in the Midlands. As a HR Officer you will support with the full spectrum of day to day HR duties and queries to ensure the smooth running of the business and their staff. PurposeSupport with general HR queries and advice to line managers, ensuring high levels of accuracy and confidentiality at all times.Provide HR support with employee relations, e.g. in disciplinary meetings, grievances, absence review meetings, etc.Support with the delivery of coaching and development of line managers.Develop and maintain accurate statistical management informationResponsibilities Ensure the HR department provides an excellent service to the business.To support the HR Administrator with all administration, to ensure all HR processes are maintained efficiently and accurately.Conduct employee meetings where appropriate, e.g. exit interviews, new starter inductions.Support Payroll and the HR Administrator to resolve employee queries in a timely and efficient manner.Provide support in employee relations meetings, advising the line manager on process and taking notes.Provide accurate management information as requested - developing and maintaining various trackers and analysing results / providing report as requested.#Support the HR Consultant to ensure relevant policies are updated.Managing all the HR files in line with CQC and GDPR/legislative standards, updating compliance information, starters, leavers etc.Maintain all absence and sickness records, escalating individual cases to the HR Consultant when trigger points are hit.To be involved in ad hoc projects as and when required.Assist the HR Consultant in the implementation and maintenance of any agree changes to current practice.Undertake any other duties as requested commensurate with the role.Build relationships across the organisation with all level of staff.What you will needProven experience within a HR environmentA minimum of 3 years HR experience.A positive, friendly, flexible, and capable manner, able to build relationships quickly.Strong interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills.Excellent time management, organisational and computer skills including Word, Excel and PowerPoint.Great knowledge of HR legislation and practicesExperience working in the health-care sector (desirable)CIPD qualifications & a degree within HR or similar field Other Full time 37.5 hours per week (flexibility either 4-5 days)This is an interim position but the role may go permanent depending on individual performance Based in North Birmingham but flexibility to commute between nearby (within 3 miles) locations is essential with an ability to drive to said locations would be advantageous 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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