Interim HR Manager

Expiring today

Recruiter
Anonymous
Location
Ely
Salary
30000.00 - 39000.00 GBP Annual
Posted
15 Nov 2018
Closes
13 Dec 2018
Contract Type
Contract
Hours
Full Time
Interim HR Manager
Ely

Due to major project secondment my client is recruiting an Interim HR Manager for a 6-month fixed term contract based in Ely. Whilst there are no guarantees, it is possible that this role could be extended or considered as a permanent position on completion of the contract.

The purpose of the role is to support the achievement of business objectives within the company by assisting line managers and our people through professional, commercial and pragmatic HR advice and support.

Key Accountabilities
• Identify current and future resourcing requirements
• Coordinate the recruitment life cycle
• Oversee the induction and onboarding processes
• Conduct new joiner meetings and ensure 3 and/or 6-month probation review meetings are undertaken by line managers, addressing any issues and providing feedback
• Co-ordinate the annual salary review process
• Work closely with finance to ensure accuracy for the payroll function
• Conduct job evaluations and/or salary benchmarking to ensure consistency across the region and understanding of the external market
• Support and coach line managers to effectively manage employee relations issues that arise relating to discipline, grievance, attendance and performance management matters.
• Ensure that all meetings are accurately recorded and the outcomes confirmed in writing and recorded on HR systems
• Provide expert HR knowledge and project management support on any change management situations that arise, including but not limited to restructure, redundancies and TUPE
• Ensure employment relations issues are dealt with fairly, commercially and pragmatically.
• Identifying any potential risks to the business, making certain thorough investigations are conducted, fully considering the right course of action and identifying areas for improvement.

Role Profile
• Work closely with line managers to facilitate and monitor the annual performance review process and provide advice, guidance and training where necessary
• Contribute to the development of supporting documents and templates covering all aspects of HR activity
• Maintain current and accurate information within the HRIS and shared drive and produce robust management information aligned to business needs
• Support the development of common reporting processes
• Conduct regular HR audits
• Undertake the timely and accurate provision of payroll data and production of relevant HR correspondence and contractual documents
• Identify key learning and development needs
• Ensure all HR transactional processes, activities and data are 100% accurate and managed in a timely and efficient manner, by liaising with the HR Administrator as appropriate
• Provide coaching and feedback to managers where behaviours are contrary to Company values
• Understand and follow Company policies to support and advise line managers/employees
• Actively review and update HR policies and procedures as and when required in line with legislation
• Ensure the provisions of the GDPR are adhered to at all times and that the security and confidentiality of company information is safeguarded
• Contribute towards key regional projects to support organisational change
• Manage Regulatory projects

Candidate Requirements:
• CIPD - Associate level or equivalent (or working towards)

Experience
• A similar advisory role, accomplished in all areas of HR generalist remit
• Successfully managed a wide range of HR projects through to completion
• Proven experience in efficiently and commercially handling complex casework
• Coordinating recruitment from advertising roles to negotiating offers and interviewing candidates
• Implementing effective HR processes
• Compiling and presenting reports/dashboards and analysing data
• Manufacturing / FMCG sector
• Multi-site / Regional remit
• Facilitating training workshops and/or presenting to large groups - able to adapt to mixed abilities/audiences

Knowledge
• Comprehensive knowledge of employment law
• Strong IT and numeracy skills, with experience in using Microsoft Office
• HR & Payroll systems
• Record keeping/retention and GDPR

UK travel and occasional nights away will be required.

Neaves & Neat Employment Services Ltd. are acting as an Employment Agency for this Contract vacancy

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