HR Manager

Location
Cumbria, England
Salary
£40000.00 - £45000.00 per annum
Posted
18 Mar 2019
Closes
25 Mar 2019
Ref
3529920
Contact
Charlotte Gittins
Job Type
HR (General)
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

HR Manager

Your new company

Working for a fast-paced organisation experiencing growth and developing into a highly success business. This organisation is seeking a skilled HR and Payroll manager to join a 250-headcount business within a people focused culture.

Your new role

You'll need to be an excellent all-rounder, able to improve processes, lead recruitment campaigns, offer management advice, write policies and deliver a range of HR projects, from employee engagement to workforce planning. You'll manage the relationship with our benefits providers and ensure we have robust systems in place to minimise errors. You should be flexible, bright, enthusiastic and great to work with. Ideally qualified to MCIPD, you'll need to be credible and proactive, with excellent interpersonal skills. Above all, we're looking for someone who's supremely organised and superb at planning, tracking and delivering projects to very high standards.

Key Responsibilities

  • Support managers with appraisals, feedback and review,
  • Own and deliver recruitment campaign
  • Identify and lead HR projects to improve business performance
  • Support the Head of HR to improve the HR team's efficiency
  • Advise and coach managers regarding best practice
  • Deal with employee relations issues
  • Be accountable for payroll, benefits and all associated contracts and systems
  • Introduce and improve processes, administration and policies


What you'll need to succeed

  • MCIPD qualified or equivalent
  • SAGE 50 knowledge
  • Ability to oversee a payroll for 200+ employees
  • Confident, people focused and a passion for people


What you'll get in return

Organised and methodical, with a flair for planning, prioritising and project management
An excellent all-rounder, with a sound track record in most HR disciplines: e.g. employee relations, policy, recruitment, employee engagement, internal communications, etc.
Willing and able to develop into a source of expertise for pay and benefits systems
Knowledgeable of employment law
Experienced in advising managers as issues arise, from training needs to employment law to pensions
Able to apply intellectual rigour and analytical skills to HR projects.

What you need to do now

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