HR Delivery Manager / Advisor / Employee Relations - Human Resources

Recruiter
Phoenix Medical Supplies Limited
Location
Sunderland, Tyne and Wear
Salary
£Competitive Salary
Posted
18 Jul 2017
Closes
15 Aug 2017
Ref
PMSQI213337
Sectors
Human Resources
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

HR Delivery Manager / Advisor / Employee Relations - Human Resources
Edinburgh, Glasgow or Sunderland based
£Competitive Salary
 
The PHOENIX Group is a pan-European pharmaceutical wholesaling and retailing company - one of the top 5 pharmaceutical wholesalers in the world. It operates exclusively in Europe with its UK headquarters based in Runcorn, Cheshire, from where they support the local business activities across a UK network of 14 distribution depots, over 500 retail community pharmacies and over 6,000 + staff nationwide.

We have an opportunity for a HR Delivery Manager to join a regionally based team. You will take ownership for the delivery of a proactive and professional customer focused HR service within a company that prides itself on its own high level of customer service.

Reporting to the Head of HR and Business Integrity, you will be required to support a number of management teams and sites across our retail and wholesale business with Employee Relations based case-work. 

The role is based in Scotland or North East (Sunderland area) and you will be required to travel to various areas as and when required. Ideally centrally located, you will be flexible in your approach to both time and case management, ensuring business needs are met.

As a HR expert, you will have the following:

Proven experience and management of high case volumes up to and including dismissal
Current knowledge of employment legislation
Analytical and problem solving capabilities
Effective communication and influencing skills
CIPD qualification or extensive HR advisory experience within a fast paced commercial environment

We are looking for an individual with high standards, experience of developing good working relationships and a desire to work collaboratively with others to continually develop and improve the service they deliver.  This role is demanding, requiring excellent planning and organisational skills to manage and prioritise a heavy workload.

You will be dealing with high level and complex HR matters and providing service for top level management including company directors so the successful candidate must have extensive HR knowledge.

To facilitate your success in this role we offer a company car, laptop and mobile phone. In addition the company benefits include: contributory pension scheme (after three months service) and 21 days annual leave plus bank holidays.

The hours of work are Monday to Friday, 37.5 hours per week; however you will be expected to be flexible with your working pattern.

You are encouraged to apply as soon as possible for this vacancy as it may close earlier than the specified date should excessive applications be received.