HR Advisor

13 Jan 2021
10 Feb 2021
Contract Type
Full Time
HR Advisor - CIPD level 5 - St Helens - Fantastic role to make your own!
Fantastic offices - great people - new growth role - 90mil turnover SME
Growing rapidly over recent years with over 300 staff. Since 2015, these guys have opened two new major distribution hubs as part of its ambitious and on-going expansion strategy, extending their service from the North-West alone to now cover the whole of the Northern region. Another division of the business is doing great things globally and stability and growth is in a healthy place with this client even in these cray times. A live vacancy in Jan 2021 - START ASAP
THE REQUIREMENT: We are currently recruiting for an experienced HR Advisor who is able to coordinate all HR related matters for the large operational branch of the business consisting of approximately 250 staff. We are looking for someone who will use their HR knowledge and expertise to assist the HR Manager in ensuring the HR department is able to contribute effectively to the company goals.
* CIPD level 5 qualification (studying towards may be considered)
* HR employment experience
* Strong communicator, confident to handle all situations
* Well presented with a professional manner
* Strong IT Capabilities - Excel
* Driver with own car, travel to other sites may be a requirement from time to time.
* Experience gained in Transport/Warehouse/Wholesale/Distribution is preferred but not essential.
HR Duties:
* To act as HR Adviser providing effective advice and support to operations managers in a timely and proactive manner
* To support the HR Manager in the delivery of a comprehensive HR service ensuring a flexible and efficient approach which in turn supports the delivery of business goals
* To advise managers in all aspects of employment relations including, GDPR, bullying, harassment, conduct, performance management, grievance, sickness absence in line with the employment policies, employment law and good practice
* To support the HR Manager in the development and revision of employment policies
* To provide staff with information on their terms and conditions of employment.
* To ensure/oversee that changes to individual staff records are processed efficiently within agreed timescales, liaising with managers as appropriate and ensuring GDPR compliance is maintained at all times
* Administration of relevant paperwork throughout the employee lifecycle; this may include employment offers, on-boarding paperwork, contracts changes, flexible working processes, maternity/adoption, paternity, leavers procedures.
* Attending meetings relating to the disciplinary process, welfare process and grievance process, often in a note-taking capacity as and when required. This may require travel to one of our depots across the North of England.
Completion of payroll for approximately 250 operations staff on a monthly basis.
Salary & Benefits
* Excellent Salary which will be reviewed after 6 months and may be increased based on performance and pro activity and team fit.
* (dependant on successful review)
* Retail discounts scheme
* Staff discount on company products
* Free on-site parking
Brilliant company and opportunity ! START FEB 2021

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