Posted: 11th February 2020
Salary: £30000 - £40000 per annum
Reference: BMTH - HR456
30-40k + free parking
Responsible for the Human Resources function, involving recruitment and selection, disciplinary/capability issues, administration of HR correspondence, advising managers on employment law issues and reviewing systems and policies.
- To plan, develop and implement HR strategy in conjunction with the HR Director; covering all aspects of HR such as recruitment and selection, employee relations, pay and conditions, contracts, training and development, succession planning, morale and motivation, culture development, performance appraisals and quality management
- To ensure Company compliance with UK Employment Law and the adoption of new legislation into the business processes. To maintain awareness and develop knowledge of contemporary HR practice, thus providing appropriate advice/updates for
- To liaise with other functional/departmental managers to ensure understanding of HR support and development required. Also to ensure they are fully informed of HR objectives, projects and achievements.
- To advise managers and other employees on the implementation and interpretation of company policies and procedures as they relate to employee relations. The advice to cover general terms and conditions, disciplinary and grievance procedures, equal opportunities, redundancy, maternity and paternity
- To manage the recruitment process, from manpower planning, establishing accurate job descriptions/person specs, agency selection, advertising, sifting applications, supporting interviews, through to letters/contracts of employment. To support managers in delivering an effective induction
- To manage the administration of the annual performance reviews and establish individual and Company training/development plans. To plan and support all training activity (excepting HS&E) where appropriate identifying external providers in collaboration with
- To manage and control departmental expenditure within agreed budgets, including training and recruitment
- To maintain HR records to meet statutory and company requirements ensuring all are accurate and current. To support, as required, the administration of other contractual and HR data (e.g. pension scheme membership, medical insurance etc)
- To ensure that all HR correspondence is produced in an accurate and timely manner and to regularly review HR policies, employee handbook, procedures and contractual details, as required.
- To own or support HR projects as detailed by the HR