An exciting opportunity for a HR enthusiast has come about to join a reputable local firm, where you will work closely with a HR Manager and assist with the company growth agenda and wellbeing of the wider team. We are looking for an Advisor to support management and employers to ensure best performance in a motivating environment.
A summary of some key skills required in the role:
Reporting to the HR Manager to implement the Company’s people strategy and implementing companywide initiatives.
Acting as a point of contact for relevant business areas for all HR related queries. Providing advice, guidance and interpretation to operational departments on all people issues.
Maintain a good working knowledge of current employment law and case law practices through email employment law updates, HR magazines, and links with other HR networks.
Dealing with employee relations issues which include performance management
Supporting managers with any disciplinary or grievance cases that may arise.
Responsible for complete end to end recruitment practice including preparing and placing adverts, job descriptions, person specifications and interview scripts. Coaching and supporting line managers in interviews through to offer stage, providing a proactive service to hiring managers.
Reporting on key HR metrics for management on a monthly and weekly basis.
Building line manager capability by providing a coaching role to the line managers ensuring they work closely with Supervisors and Team Leaders to ensure that individual performance levels are achieved
Involvement in projects or implementing HR strategies as required. Develop, review and update policies & procedures
Key skills required:
High level of experience in 'Employee Relations' issues such as disciplinaries
Computer skills – Excel, Word, PowerPoint.
Must be able to perform a variety of duties being resourceful and maintaining flexibility
Ability to focus and maintain attention to performance of tasks
Effective communication - express or exchange ideas
Able to manage priorities and workflow
Strong interpersonal skills; excellent verbal and written communication skills
Attention to detail, commitment to high standards
Working with people - adapts to the team and builds team spirit communication
Planning and organising – able to forward plan and manages time, resources and people appropriately
Adapting and responding to change
The role is full time and based in the heart of Salisbury. The role does provide you with free parking on site for those that require it.
To apply, please contact Louise the lead consultant to apply.