Up to £30,000 per annum.
My client is a leading packaging manufacturer are seeking a HR Officer for maternity cover for one of their manufacturing plants based in Winterbourne.
You will be responsible for leading and delivering professional HR support and business administration service.
- Support the HR Manager (HRM) in delivering HR projects as required and implementing policies and procedures throughout the site.
- Support the HRM to drive the site HR Strategy and goals.
- Support HR systems and Business Administration projects as required.
- Lead and manage three direct reports (administration & reception) to ensure they undertake their responsibilities and carry out their duties efficiently and effectively.
- Support the implementation of policies in line with Company goals. Working with the HRM to ensure compliance at all times with legal requirements and best practice.
- Maintain an awareness of the requirements within employment legislation, ensuring that the Company follows best practice in all aspects of the management of co- workers, providing guidance on Company policy and procedure.
- Encourage and maintain sound co-worker relations by undertaking support during long term absenteeism, providing counselling and guidance and a smooth return to work.
- Effectively manage the HRIS systems, with particular focus on Employee Central and Talent Management System (TMS). Provide training and support to co-workers and managers where necessary.
- Deliver all necessary Human Resources planning, recruitment and selection procedures to ensure the Company employs people of the right calibre, skills and experience commensurate with the role, with particular focus on Operational resource.
- Work with specialist recruitment organisations, including fee negotiation and vetting to company standards.
- Support the communication mix within the business, to ensure co-workers are well informed on a timely basis. Includes, but not limited to - Works Council (VOW) organisation and set up of meetings; co-worker surveys; completion and dissemination of monthly team briefs.
- Build relationships with the Extended Leadership Team, providing HR advice, guidance and coaching on co-worker issues as and when they arise.
- Ensure the efficient and accurate administration of co-worker compensation and benefits including salary, bonus arrangements, pension, healthcare, car / car allowances etc. Completion of payroll instructions to external payroll provider on monthly basis.
- Prepare reports and work closely with internal and external auditors as required (specifically payroll).
- Oversee the administration of the Occupational Health Service to ensure all is carried out efficiently and correctly to Company standards.
- Support managers in a HR advisory capacity in line with statutory and Company policies and procedures.
- Work with line managers to manage Bradford Factor counselling meetings and monitor changes and improvements accordingly.
This role would be suitable for a due diligent HR Professional qualified to CIPD level with a manufacturing background.
- Relevant CIPD qualifications along with Health and Safety training.
- Business awareness and management skills
- Organisational skills and the ability to understand detailed information.
- IT and numeracy skills, with strong IT skills required if managing/operating computerised payroll and benefits systems.
- Interpersonal skills to form effective working relationships with people at all levels.
- A proven track record of 'making a difference'.
- The ability to analyse, interpret and explain employment law.
- Integrity and approachability, as managers and staff must feel able to discuss sensitive and confidential issues with you.
- Curiosity and a willingness to challenge organisational culture where necessary.
- The ability to compile and interpret statistical data and communicate it in a professional and understandable manner.
- Influencing and negotiating skills to implement personnel policies.
- Potential to handle a leadership role.
In return, this company will offer you a full time permanent position of 37.5 hours a week, Monday to Friday 8:30am to 5pm. Along with a competitive benefits package and career development opportunities.
Does it sound like you?
If you think you have the skills we're looking for, then we want to hear from you. To apply for this role please apply now to send your CV or if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Mary O'Brien on 0121 329 7588.
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