HR Operations Advisor
- Hays Human Resources
- Oxford, England
- £26000.00 - £31000.00 per annum
- Closing date
- 27 Dec 2022
- Public Sector
- Contract Type
- Full Time
- Job Type
- HR Officer
You will be joining a supportive team within an Internationally recognised Centre of Excellence as an HR Operations Advisor.
This role will support the department's strategic objective of retaining high calibre staff and to support throughout the employee lifecycle.
This is an incredibly exciting opportunity to be an expert in your field, supporting the HR Operations Partner. It will be your responsibility to manage and complete your workload and deliver on all aspects of the employee life-cycle. We are looking for some who has previous generalist experience, with a well developed and up-to-date practical knowledge of employment law.
You should have the ability to work in a highly demanding team environment with a flexible attitude. This is the perfect time to join an exceptionally reputable company with fantastic opportunities.
If you think this sounds of interest to you or perhaps it isn't quite right but you are on the lookout, please do get in touch to discuss further.
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