HR Advisor required for a firm of Chartered Accountants
Excellent benefits including; health insurance, 25 days holiday plus bank holidays plus you can buy or sell upto 5 days a year, life assurance, Christmas gift and social events.
Your role will be to support the implementation of Human Resources strategies and plans for the firm.
To support the HR Manager and help advise Staff Partners in designated offices on the implementation of HR Policies and Practices for continued organisational development.
To support the HR Manager and staff responsible for the Southern region and Kent offices.
This is a generalist role and duties will include;
? Attend and contribute to HR planning, review & monthly meetings.
? Report on regular basis to the HR Manager on progress against the annual agreed HR Plan.
? Pro-actively manage, monitor and review processes in relation to HR practices and recommend courses of action.
? Support the management of entire recruitment process for designated offices to ensure an efficient and effective approach to recruitment of trainees, seniors, managers and support staff in line with agreed staffing levels/resourcing plan.
? Participation in regional external salary and benefits surveys to ensure the firm has benchmark data on which to make salary decisions.
? Provide advice and guidance on salaries to Staff Partners in designated offices
? Support individuals with career plans where required and liaise with the HR Manager where applicable. Review the learning and development being undertaken in each designated office against the training/development which has been defined/agreed for each role or is part of the individual's career plan.
? Ensure learning and development needs are identified.
? Obtain and review feedback on training courses attended to validate effectiveness.
? Participate in the Induction Process, providing advice and guidance to line managers, as well as co-facilitating Firm Induction Days.
? Support and help drive the Performance Review process, issuing timely reminders and guidance to Staff Partners and managers as appropriate and collate training needs.
? Working closely with line managers, sensitively and professionally support all employee relations issues, including but not limited to, health & safety advice, grievance matters, conduct & capability issues, whilst providing advice and coaching as appropriate to managers and consulting with HR Manager as appropriate.
? Provide advice and guidance on all aspects of employment legislation.
? Provide advice and guidance on performance appraisal and performance management principles, training and coaching as required.
? Provide consistent advice and support to ensure that all HR Policies and Procedures are understood and adhered to.
? Payroll regarding joiners, leavers, salary amendments.
You will have the following;
? CPP or working towards CIPD or equivalent qualification.
? HR experience in very busy adviser role, operating to strict deadlines and handling conflicting priorities.
? Strong knowledge and understanding of HR Practices and Employment Law.
? Strong effective communicator in writing, business presentations and interpersonal communication.
? Good judgement & decision making skills.
? Excellent IT skills including Word, Outlook, Excel and PowerPoint, to intermediate level, for the production of letters, spreadsheets and organisation charts.
For further details contact Lee Thomas-Wragg at Maine HR
PLEASE NOTE: Due to the high volume of applications we receive we are unable to respond to everyone. If you have not heard from us within 5 working days of sending your CV then unfortunately you have not been shortlisted for the position you have applied for.