Summary

Position: HR Assistant / Advisor

Industry: Commercial > Human Resources

Location: Newark, Nottinghamshire

Job Type: Full Time, Contract

Salary: £Attractive

Job Description

HR Assistant / Advisor
Newark, Full time, Fixed Term Contract
Please contact us for salary details

Our well established, Newark based client is looking for an experienced HR Assistant or Advisor to join their busy team, initially on a 12-month fixed term contract.

Role and responsibilities will include: -

  • Providing HR advisory services to enable the HR team to meet internal requirements
  • Supervise, direct and monitor the day-to-day operational HR service
  • Develop, maintain and review the HR service to enable an optimised service to meet business needs, within the company policy and legislative requirements
  • Coordinate selected HR Quality Assurance processes to improve department efficiency and effectiveness to ensure compliance
  • Lead the employee resourcing (recruitment, redeployment and downsizing)
  • Coordinator processes to ensure all recruitment is authorised and headcount movements reported
  • Provide guidance and direction to line managers on employee relation issues (primarily discipline and grievance)
  • Manage timely and accurate terms and conditions (New starters, transfers, shift and pay grade changes), salary and pension information to employees, payroll and pension providers and to supervise the review and management of temporary and agency contracts
  • Provide guidance for salary recommendations and job evaluations
  • Oversee and coordinate induction processes and actively contribute to the maintenance, updating and delivery of company induction information
  • Coordinator employment development processes
  • Research, develop and recommend HR policy to support business needs and legal compliance
  • Ensure that the HR database and other information systems are up to date, accurate and employee information is maintained accurately
  • Provide general administrative support (filing, post, planning and arranging meetings, travel and accommodation, coordinator employee ceremonies, and presentations)
  • Managing documentation (primarily maternity, paternity, starters, leavers and transfer administration, exit interviews, discipline and grievance and probationary reviews) to assist in the smooth running of key HR processes

Candidate

The ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate: -

  • Ideally a minimum of 3 years’ experience within a generalist HR role
  • B.A. (Hons) or B.Sc (Hons) degree in a business discipline and / or Personnel and Development Diploma – Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD)
  • Exposure to Occupational Psychometric Testing and Personality Profiling
  • Good knowledge of UK employment legislation and HR best practice
  • Experience dealing with disciplinaries and grievances would be an advantage
  • Previous exposure and experience of dealing with Trade Union Representatives an advantage

Thank you for your interest in this vacancy and good luck with your application.

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