HR Advisor

Location
City of London, England
Salary
£40000 - £45000 per annum + competative benefits
Posted
11 Aug 2017
Closes
08 Sep 2017
Ref
27193/001
Contact
Candice Martens
Job Type
HR Advisor
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Main Responsibilities:

  • To provide the first level of HR support for designated Clubs/Businesses or functions.
  • Together with other members of the HR team take responsibility for recruitment interviewing and selection up to Senior Executive level and potentially assisting the Senior HR Manager / HRD with more senior recruitment
  • Carry out exit interviews where required
  • To lead on ER issues to include disciplinary, grievance, absence, performance, flexible working and redundancy, with support from the HR Manager or Senior HR Manager as required on more complex issues
  • To support and work with the Senior HR Manager / HRD on Merger and Acquisitions and other ER issues as required (for example TUPE)
  • To provide guidance and advice employees and line managers on best practice HR and HR policies and procedures.
  • Support the salary review process to include preparation of salary letters and other tasks as required
  • Responsible for oversight of all flexible working requests to ensure a consistent approach is adopted across the Group
  • To work with the L&D Executive on specific Group L&D projects as agreed e.g. Apprenticeships, Leadership Programmes
  • To carry out research and prepare papers as requested e.g. on new HR initiatives or for preparation for Board and other meetings.
  • To carry out a wide range of project work with, where appropriate, a minimum level of support either individually, with others in the team, or in support of the HR Manager / Senior HR Manager / HRD
  • Assist with HR administration as required, and in particular to provide cover for the HR Administrator in their absence

Person Specification:

  • Minimum 3 years' experience in customer-facing HR role
  • Minimum 5 years' commercial experience, not necessarily HR related
  • High standard of administration skills
  • Microsoft Office - Word, and Outlook - proficient in routine applications
  • Strong inter-personal skills, particularly in building relationships with the business and line managers in particular
  • Strong team working skills and a willingness to step in and support colleagues as required
  • Able to prioritise and manage own workload.

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