HR Advisor Not for Profit/Charity jobs in United Kingdom

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Found 7 Recruitment Consultant jobs

  • HR Advisor ( x2, 12month FTC & permanent)

    • Newcastle upon Tyne, England
    • £30401 - £37267 per annum
    • Michael Page Human Resources

    Currently recruiting 2x HR Advisors (12month FTC & permanent). Based in Newcastle, just outside City Centre within Business Services.

  • Recruitment Coordinator

    • London, England
    • £15.00 - £17.00 per hour
    • Hays Human Resources

    Temporary Recruitment Administrator job paying £15-17p/h Your new company You will be working for an Education charity located in Central London. Y

  • HR Advisor

    • Birmingham, England
    • £23000.00 - £25000.00 per annum
    • Hays Human Resources

    Your new company A modern and growing organisation in the education sector. Based in prestigious offices in Central Birmingham, they are now seeking

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  • HR Adviser

    • London, England
    • £160.00 - £190.00 per hour
    • Hays Human Resources

    Temporary HR job paying £160-190 per day. Your new company you will be working for a University in South West London. Your new role As interim HR

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  • HR Advisor

    • Waterlooville, England
    • £28000 - £32000 per annum
    • Hays Human Resources

    A flexible HR Advisor to join a fantastic care provider in Hampshire, based in Waterlooville. Your new company My client offer hope and support to

  • People (HR) Advisor

    • Poole, England
    • £30978 - £36445 per annum + Excellent benefits.
    • Hays Human Resources

    A 12m FTC for a People (HR) Advisor to join an established UK charity, based in Poole (covering UK & I). Your new company I am proud to represent o

  • HR Advisor

    • London, England
    • £30000 - £32000 per annum
    • Frazer Jones

    Are you an immediately available HR professional thinking about your next step?Have you returned from holiday and in need of getting back to reality?I