HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICER
Our client is seeking a committed individual, at Officer Level, to join the Human Resources team. This full-time temporary position will report to the HR Business Partner. The successful candidate will support the achievement of the business strategy and Key Company Targets through the provision of a generalist Human Resources service.
WHAT YOU GET TO DO
Champion Health & Safety on site and actively promote a safety culture.
Support & advise line management to apply Company people policies and procedures in a fair and consistent manner that complies with legislative responsibilities and to manage employee relation issues.
Lead or facilitate recruitment and selection exercises.
Develop and maintain relationships with Trade Union representatives and other stakeholders to ensure a healthy industrial relations climate.
Participating and delivering relevant improvement projects.
Providing general administrative support, including payroll and time & attendance processing.
Provides support and coaching for Performance Management processes.
Maintain a thorough knowledge of HR policies and procedures, employment law and relevant case law in order to understand requirements and best practices.
Drive employee engagement by providing administration support and leadership for engagement surveys, focus groups and action planning.
Develop and deliver training material on HR related topics to support line management enhance their skill base.
Assist and respond to employee queries in a timely manner.
Organise and promote employee health and wellbeing programmes.
Support the HR Business Partner in participating and delivering HR improvement projects.
Performs other duties as assigned. Will include participating in special projects as identified.
WHAT WE VALUE
Ability to maintain confidentiality and sensitivity to information.
Ability to work independently and collaboratively with limited supervision.
Positive mental attitude and ability to perform a multitude of tasks simultaneously with a helpful, friendly attitude.
Proven analytical thinking, results orientation and problem solving skills.
Proven ability to maintain professionalism while demonstrating tact
Strong organisational skills in handling multiple responsibilities simultaneously with high attention to details and a high level of accuracy.
Ability to communicate with a wide range of contacts from corporate to manufacturing employees - both oral and written.
Drives a high performing culture and Continuous Improvement.
Adapts a flexible approach.
WHAT WE WANT FROM YOU
Minimum of two years' current demonstrable experience working within a generalist Human Resources role.
Have obtained, or currently studying a recognised HR/Training qualification to CIPD Level 5 or equivalent is essential. CIPD Level 7 Membership is desirable.
Experience/knowledge in Northern Ireland Employment legislation.
Demonstrable experience using Microsoft Office applications.
Excellent written and verbal communication ability.
Degree in Business, HR or related field is desirable.
Previous experience working in a Manufacturing environment or Shared Services centre is advantageous.
We will be able to disclose the salary to those candidates who apply and meet with us. Our client has asked us to respect the confidentiality of the salary and, therefore, to not advertise it. We can confirm, though that the salary is competive for the role and duties involved.
Please email your CV to Brook Street (UK) Ltd via the 'Apply' link with a cover letter demonstrating how you meet the criteria above.
Closing date for CVs and cover letters of application is Friday 13 July 2018.