HR Advisor

Location
Essex, England
Salary
£38000.00 - £50000.00 per annum
Posted
16 Feb 2018
Closes
16 Mar 2018
Ref
3234934
Contact
Louise Butler
Job Type
HR Advisor
Contract Type
Contract
Hours
Full Time

Urgent requirement for a confident HR Advisor to join a global technical company for a 12 month FTC initially


This is a great time to join a company that is going through a transitional period or change and growth. They are keen to meet with robust, commercially focused individuals who are available on short notice for an initial 12 month FTC.

Main Accountabilities

  • Working with the HR Business Partner to deliver and embed organisational change programmes
  • Provide advice and assistance on policies, procedures and employment legislation; specifically supporting line managers in the effective management of employee relations issues, including disciplinary and grievances
  • Review and work with line managers, to be accountable for the absence management policy within the division, creating, implementing and evolving the process to effectively manage absence
  • Support the development of HR policies and procedures, driving efficient, consistent and professional standards across the business
  • Under the guidance of the HRBP, work with the Resourcing team to advise and assist line managers on cost effective recruitment and selection strategies, ensuring delivery in line with the divisional headcount budget requirements
  • Align with the wider HR team and divisional teams to ensure effective coordination of the appointment/induction process for any new joiners
  • In partnership with HRBP, advise on any issues related to performance management and change processes
  • Liaise with the wider HR team to ensure accurate and timely updating and maintenance of the SAP HR data
  • Write and present information briefings on a range of HR related topics; supporting the HRBP with any queries and training
  • Advise line managers on options in respect of employee development and support specific development programmes
  • Assist with conducting job evaluations; benchmarking against internal and external roles/salaries
  • Monitor all the divisional HR queries ensuring an effective and timely service is provided to line managers
  • Contribute to the continuous improvement of HR systems and practices
  • Work in partnership with the HRBP, People Development and Reward specialists to ensure the effective delivery of HR initiatives including Pay Review, Training Needs Analysis and Bonus Schemes
  • Liaising with the HR Business Partner to work in partnership with global HR teams to develop (where appropriate) a global approach to HR process and initiatives

Essential Experience & Skills

  • Experience of providing employment legislation and HR advice to line managers and managing HR implications of change programmes
  • Demonstrable ability to lead, develop and implement HR processes
  • The ability to research, analyse and reason logically within tight and conflicting timeframes
  • Knowledge of relevant HR policies and procedures and employment legislation
  • Ability to use a HR information system including, accessing, inputting, and compiling data; knowledge or experience of working with SAP HR an advantage
  • Proficiency in MS Office incl. Excel, Word, and PowerPoint
  • Excellent communications skills with the ability to influence at all levels
  • Ability to identify development needs
  • A commitment to providing good customer service
  • Ability to write and present information
  • Ideally studied for CIPD or similar qualification



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