HR Advisor- Immediate start

Fife, Scotland
£30000 - £35000 per annum
02 Mar 2018
19 Mar 2018
Nicolle Durie
Job Type
HR Advisor
Contract Type
Full Time

Provide an excellent field-based HR advisory service to line managers requiring advice, support, guidance and training on people management issues, where appropriate, referring queries back to the advisory line. In the main, workload will be generated through referrals from the HR Advisory line which cannot be resolved remotely.

Client Details

Well known business


  • Provide guidance and practical expertise to line managers on policy related issues to ensure the best performance of both their team as a whole and the individuals within it - this includes providing support in disciplinaries, grievances, appeals and performance management issues, ensuring notes and letters are produced
  • Provide support during any investigation process, for example a complaint from an employee
  • Provide support to managers in long-term sick cases, including Occupational Health/Ill Health retirement. Pro-actively review and action long-term sickness cases and frequent short-term sickness cases
  • Provide support to managers on site dealing with other issues such as a home visits
  • Undertake employee consultation as part of TUPE/reorganisation, by providing support to managers in 1-2-1's, data gathering and managing letter production
  • Provide education and coaching to line managers
  • Highlight issues with a strategic, legal or employee relations impact to the HRBP
  • Support the HRBP in the collation and analysis of HR information, including the monitoring of HR activity against key performance metrics, to ensured that HR is clearly 'adding value' to the business
  • Ensure that the HRBP and line managers are fully supported with issues around organisational change and development, such as reorganisation, mobilisation/de-mobilisation, acquisitions and disposals, including ensuring 'due diligence' and effective communication
  • Support HRBP in work winning process
  • Actively contribute to the development and implementation of HR initiatives aimed at improving people management and business performance
  • Communicate with and provide data to union reps


  • Experience in all HR generalist areas
    • Coaching, facilitation and communication skills and ability to influence upwards effectively
    • Attention to detail
    • Evaluating data and develop reports
    • Ability to proactively support change

    Job Offer

    • Immediately available
    • Some travel across Scotland and Northern Ireland is required

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