HR Advisor, Tourism and Leisure Sector, Norfolk, Permanent, c£25,000-28000, benefits including study support
Your new company
Your new organisation is set within the tourism and leisure sector and is going through a period of great investment and expansion. They have a fantastic opportunity for a pro-active, ambitious, and driven HR professional to join their established HR Team and be involved in exciting upcoming projects, including site developments and in-house initiatives.
Based primarily in the East of Norwich with very occasional travel between their supporting sites, this is an excellent opportunity to join an organisation with an exciting future.
This role is ideal for HR Officers, Coordinators, or Assistants looking to progress or for those developing Advisor's looking for greater autonomy and further generalist exposure.
Your new role
Working within a close-knit team and supporting a headcount of approx. 150 (growing to c.300 seasonally), you will provide a comprehensive and effective HR service to managers and staff through HR advice, absence management, disciplinary & grievance processes, recruitment, performance management, administration, employee engagement, and learning and development practices.
Duties may include, but are not limited to supporting end-to-end recruitment, supporting performance management and engagement activities, developing and implementing HR policies and procedures, project work, and coordinating the induction and on-boarding processes for new starters.
Additionally, you will support with identifying and recommending changes to current systems and procedures, work in conjunction with the payroll team to manage the new HRIS, support and advise on employee relations casework, and always encourage best practice.
What you'll need to succeed
In order to succeed, you will ideally be part CIPD-qualified, or qualified by experience, you will have excellent verbal and written communication skills, and be able to work both collaboratively and independently. You will also be able to foster relationships with managers and other stakeholders, ensuring that professionality and customer service is always at the forefront of operation.
You will be commercially aware and have great business acumen, it is desirable that you have experience within customer service, leisure, or tourism, and be both organised, flexible, and capable of handling pressure and changing priorities.
You will maintain confidentiality and abide by company policies and procedures at all times. You will promote the organisations vision, and undertake other tasks as required.
What you'll get in return
In return, you will receive a salary of circa £25,000-28,000, 20 days annual leave + BH, study support, food and site discount, wellbeing programmes, employee assistance programmes, free parking, amongst other benefits, including the opportunity to work in an exciting, everchanging, and growing organisation!
What you need to do now
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