HR Support Jobs in UK : 2 job openings

Aon Corporation
Farnborough, United Kingdom
**Job Description** **Global Benefits Support** **We’re hiring!** Aon are currently recruiting a ...
£12.75 - £16.75/hour + free parking, great environment
Personnel Selection
Dummer, Hampshire
We are looking for a dynamic HR professional to join our growing client, based near Basingstoke. This is a brand new role and will suit someone who enjoys ...
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2S Recruitment
Worcestershire, United Kingdom
Deputy Nursing Home Manger RGN or RMN Kidderminster 33,000 salary plus excellent benefits bonus Summary of Requirements RGN or RMN Nursing qualification Registration with The NMC Previous experience managing staff within a care environment Good working knowledge of person centred care For a full job description or to apply please contact via the apply here function on this page. JOB REF 2S1540 Please apply here httpwww.aplitrak.comadidam9zLjAyODk4LjU1NDFAMnNyZWNydWl0bWVudC5hcGxpdHJhay5jb20
Agent Provocateur
London, United Kingdom
We are looking for a Logistics and Operations Coordinator based at our London Head Office!  Working with the Head of Logistics and Operations and Junior Logistics and Operations Manager you will be responsible for making sure stock is safely moved from source to its destination in a timely and cost effective manner alongside ensuring all tasks given are on time and handled efficiently. This is a role for someone looking to develop their administration skills whilst gaining valuable business knowledge.  Main responsibilities: • Organising the despatch of courier packages from HQ and from Worldwide locations. • Arranging meetings and periodically taking minutes. • Running Weekly and Monthly reports (Monthly range boards including HS codes, Delivery Schedule). • Support the team with a number of ad hoc administrative duties. • Assisting with the various departmental projects.  • Prepare monthly range boards for 3PLs. • Liaison between Merchandising and Production for the team. • Work closely with stores to ensure deliveries arrive on time and any issues are resolved. • Checking and approving of Freight and courier Invoices to agreed tariffs and maintaining cost spreadsheets for analysis. • Liaising with suppliers and approving packing lists. • Track and monitor daily warehouse and logistic movements. • Troubleshoot any logistics queries with 3PLs.
   Essential Qualities: • Ability to work independently and as part of a team in a fast paced changing environment.  • Good Excel and Word skills.  • Confident with strong communication skills. • Highly organised, dependable and professional. • Outgoing and friendly and polite. • Previous Logistic/ operations and Admin experience.  We do not take direct solicitations from agencies. Please refrain from direct approaches about roles to any member of staff.
INDITEX
London
“To provide proactive support and advice to HR Managers, Regional teams and Heads of Department on employment legislation in Ireland as well as the UK”. This is a Full Time position, based in the Head Office in London, reporting to the Employee Relations Manager.Key Responsibilities * Provide first-line ER Support to Managers and employees in line with Policy, Procedure and Processes predominately with the Ireland team, and also UK * Provide first line support to the ER function * Understand and advise on all aspects of Employee Lifecycle from recruitment requisition to employee exit * < > Provide Employee signposting for first line queries with a clear understanding of Manager Responsibilities and HR Department Responsibilities * Understand content and version control of HR Policy, Procedure and Process * Escalate if Policy, Procedure and Process become unfit for purpose and amend when necessary * < > Administration - Export standardised documentation and letters * Support the design and able to deliver ER training session using a standardised format * Work in partnership with the HR department to ensure the welfare and support of employees is of the highest standardExperience and Qualifications * Good working knowledge in all aspects of Irish and UK Employee Relations * Experience in a relevant HR/ER role and knowledge of HR best practice * Hands on experience of advising various level of Managersand employees in the key areas of employee related issues * Experience managing ER case work and holding formal ER related meetings * Proven track record dealing with casework, carrying out and assisting on disciplinary, performance, grievance and appeals, immigration and contractual related issues (Travel required within/outside London including travelling occasionally to the Republic of Ireland) * Experience dealing with tribunal claim in the Republic of Ireland is desirable * Partly or fully CIPD qualified is desirable * Retail or service provider business awareness and commercial understanding is desirableSkills and Attitudes * Confident working in a fast paced shared environment and can efficiently multi-task * The ability to work autonomously and as a team * Excellent interpersonal skills     INDITEX is an equal opportunities employer.  All applicants will be treated fairly and not discriminated against on the grounds of gender, ethnic origin, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, disability or age.   Deadline:  Friday 15th December 2017  Skills and Attitudes * Confident working in a fast paced shared environment and can efficiently multi-task * The ability to work autonomously and as a team * Excellent interpersonal skills
ProPharma Group
Richmond, England, United Kingdom
Company DescriptionProPharma Group is an industry leading, single source provider for regulatory compliance, pharmacovigilance, and medical information services across the full development lifecycle for pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device companies. Operating around the world with offices in the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, and Japan, ProPharma Group’s fully integrated service offerings will provide clients with a comprehensive suite of global support services that are required to be competitive in today’s dynamic markets. We build successful long-term relationships with clients by providing leading industry knowledge, experience, and proven processes.Job DescriptionThis Recruiter position is responsible for following the recruiting process to identify both temporary and permanent candidates. Creating and building internal client relationships while upholding Company Missions and Values will be critical to success.  The primary focus of this role will be to recruit for positions based in Australia but will also provide additional support for EU recruitment.Provide support and vision to the recruiting/hiring process.Develop recruitment strategies to achieve required staffing levels.Meet with managers to develop specific recruiting plans.Identify candidates to be considered for temporary or permanent employment openings through e.g. career fairs, Internet databases, recruiting firms, professional networking and newspaper (both local and national) advertising.Screen and refer applicants to hiring manager for interviewing.Schedule interviews.Provide information on Company operations and job opportunities to potential applicants.Create, establish, and maintain a consistent, competitive pool of candidates for potential hiring need consideration.Maintain application form/CV tracking database.Foster relationships and correspond with job applicants to notify them of current recruitment status and/or opportunities.Participation in reference checking.Develop and conduct interviewing training programmes for managers.Research, analyse, prepare and present hiring statistics.Maintain other records on recruiting activities as required.Ensure the recruiting/hiring process for all hires is structured, efficient and fits within the guidelines of the company’s Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs); training managers/staff on process when needed.Develop and maintain a positive and professional working relationship with managers, staff, permanent and temporary hires.Attend meetings including those held in other Company offices and to attend conferences, career fairs, recruiting firms, etc.Complying with the Company’s health and safety policies.Ensuring the confidentiality statement within the Contract of Employment is adhered to at all times in respect of the data and property of the Company, its clients and employees of the business.To carry out other duties and specific project work that may be assigned by the HR Director.Qualifications1.    GCSE or equivalent Grade A – C in both English and Mathematics2.    Extensive experience of managing end to end recruitment campaigns in a fast-paced recruitment environment 3.    Experience of advising Hiring Managers on candidate sourcing channels, recruitment processes, legal compliance, selection methodology and diversity.4.    Problem-solving approach, developing solutions to hire into difficult to fill roles.5.    Experience of working with external providers and agencies.6.    Experience of working in a team.7.    Experience of working on own initiative to resolve issues.8.    Experience of working to deadlines.9.    Work in a confident, professional manner, at all times, with clients, customers, team colleagues, management and members of the public. 10.   Work independently and manage own workload.11.   Flexible and able to deal quickly and appropriately with individual situations as they arise.12.   Excellent verbal and written communication skills.13.   High level of accuracy and attention to detail.14.   High level of confidentiality.15.   Excellent organisational skills. 16.   Strong customer service skills.17.   Creativity.18.   Initiative.19.   PC literacy including MS Office, internet.20.   Working knowledge of social media recruitment advertising.21.   Willing to travel to other Company offices and to attend conferences, career fairs, recruiting firms, etc.Additional InformationPlease note this role is based in Richmond, North Yorkshire.Candidate must be legally eligible to work in the United Kingdom. We are an equal opportunity employer. M/F/D/V***ProPharma Group does not accept unsolicited resumes from recruiters/third parties. Please, no phone calls or emails to anyone regarding this posting.***
Negotiable
Cathcart Energy Associates
Country, Scotland
Cathcart Energy are currently recruiting for an HR Generalist for our client an Electronics manufacturer in Edinburgh, Scotland. This will be a very busy role and you will need to have excellent organisational skills and the ability to work efficiently.Key Responsibilities: * Administer HR policies in alignment with business needs, people considerations, legal requirements and industry best practice. * Support initiatives identified the by HR Leadership team; and help ensure projects deliver planned benefits. * Establish and develop effective relationships with client groups. * In accordance with the area of speciality (i.e. reward, OD, resourcing) support the development and implementation of specific strategies to meet the needs of the business. * Ensure that business change is supported by a professional HR approachRequired Skills and Qualifications: * BA in Human Resource Management or relevant background in Human Resources roles in a similar environment * Proven ability to work cross functionally with administrators and managers in different offices * Must possess knowledge and experience with UK employment law * Must possess strong project management skills * Strong verbal, written, and presentation skills * Ability to work with employees at all levels of the organization * Strong organizational and administration skills * Up to 20% travel required in Europe and the U.S. * Experience working with Microsoft Office tools * Experience using HRIS systems and Applicant Tracking Systems * Experience using the SAP HRIS module for HR data management, reporting and analyticsPreferred Skills and Qualifications: * MSc Human Resource Management or equivalent demonstrable skills * CIPD Certification * European HR experience supporting a US-based headquartered companyIf you would like to find out more about this role, please contact James McNair at Cathcart Energy in Edinburgh and apply with your CV.
XPO Logistics
Northamptonshire
HR Coordinator needed to join our busy central team based in Crick!You`ll need rock-solid experience of starter, change & leaver processes (Lifecycle - Hire to Retire). As well as this, you`ll be part of a larger team that develops and implements HR improvement processes and when needed you`ll be updating process maps, contractual documentation and organisation charts. A good understanding of HR is advantageous but what we are really looking for is someone with a strong administration background who can work on multiple projects in a timely manner. The nature of our business is fast paced so you`ll need to enjoy working quickly but accurately. You`ll be working closely with the HR Manager, but you`ll be acting as support to the wider business including wider HR teams, Business Partners, Business Unit Directors and various stakeholders. If you want to develop yourself and grow your career then you`ve come to the right place. XPO is on the rise, so for the right person there will be progressive opportunities and a chance to gain exposure in the wider business - with approximately 20,000 employees in the UK alone, you`d imagine there will be the odd opportunity wouldn`t you? Don`t wait any longer and apply today!Operating in approximately 1,431 locations in around 34 countries worldwide, at XPO we have more than 89,000 employees and we manage over 140 million square feet of warehouse and distribution space. In Europe, we have over 40,000 employees in over 500 locations. We offer 25 days holiday (plus bank holidays), as well as the option to buy additional days. You`ll have access to variety high street discounts, as well as childcare vouchers, cycle to work scheme, a workplace pension and many other perks. If you have what it takes to transform the future, with a company ethos of `you grow, we grow`, then we`d love to hear from you. All applications receive a response.
Ultima Business Solutions
Reading, United Kingdom
Ultima Business Solutions are one of the UK's leading IT Infrastructure Partners. We are ambitious and are proud to be working at the forefront of cutting edge technology, enabling us to offer our customers integrated innovation and intelligence. Our people are the key to our success and we are proud that we only hire top talent, the future thinkers, the innovators, those that are passionate about a changing environment and driven to make a difference. This is a 3 months contract to cover maternity leave. + Process necessary forms to initiate new starter set up internally + Create personnel file – electronic and hard copy + Non-starters – removal of file and information + Facilitate the HR filing system, employment changes, new starter and leaver documentation + Variations – on receipt of employee changes details prepare written communication to confirm changes in employment contract to employees + On-boarding/leavers – chase forms to process leaver within payroll timeframe + Confirmation to manager for leaving process or chase manager for the form + Written confirmation to leaving employee to outline payments and last working day arrangement + Manage relations with our stakeholders + Ad hoc project work + New starter on-boarding – upon receipt of job offer raise contracts and offers of employment ensuring the authorisation trail is attached to the job offer form for audit purposes + Capture monthly UK workforce status, monthly probation reporting for distribution to relevant client groups, turnover reporting and sickness data + Monthly headcount and starters and leavers report + Ad hoc reports for HR Team, e.g. absence, turnover, training External Company URL: www.ultimabusiness.com
Open Health
London, GB
Part-time opportunity for an experienced scientific writer in Real World EvidenceScientific Consultant (Technical / Research Writer)Part-time - Min 24 hours per weekMarlow or Home BasedpH Associates (an OPEN Health company) are looking for a part-time writer to join the team to work on real world evidence based projects.As a Scientific Consultant, you will be responsible for writing technically accurate, scientific deliverables in association with colleagues to meet client needs and regulatory requirements. This will involve, but not limited to, writing study protocols, manuscripts, abstracts and posters.Key activities include (but are not limited to):• Taking briefs from clients or colleagues to enable the development of robust study protocols• Producing technically and grammatically accurate documents within appropriate timelines (reports, manuscripts, abstracts, posters etc.)• Reviewing, editing, referencing and formatting documents written by colleagues• Managing written documents throughout the review and approval process, both internally and externally• Liaising with authors, advisors, clients and colleagues to identify suitable journals and publication for work to be published. Managing contributors and obtain appropriate approvals within agreed timelines• Conducting literature and environmental reviewsAbout YouSkills and Experience required:• Experience of writing scientific documents (study protocols, reports, manuscripts, abstracts etc.) within a healthcare research or pharma organisation• In-depth understanding of regulatory requirements and industry standards• Good basic clinical knowledge and experience across a range of specialities• Experience of the scientific publishing industry• An understanding of observational research and the different methodologies that may be applied• Proven track record of project and client account management • Ideally educated to degree level in Science or hold a relevant healthcare qualificationIn addition, you will:• be an eager self-starter comfortable with working in a fast paced dynamic environment• demonstrate strong communication skills (verbal and written) and enjoy a client facing role• be a creative individual who is able to get to the bottom of an issue and develop a robust solution• be a strong team player who is also able to work independently• be adaptable with a positive “can do” attitude• demonstrate good IT skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and have excellent written EnglishAbout UspH Associates are a growing dynamic consultancy based in Marlow, working on projects that are of mutual benefit to our Life Science industry clients and our NHS partners. We specialise in strategy development and problem solving through intelligent Real World Evidence (RWE) generation and application with the aim of driving uptake of innovation to optimise patient care. What we offerpH Associates aims to attract the best people and retain our team of high calibre individuals. We believe in supporting every individual in the organisation to develop their career and reach their potential through regular training, mentoring, appraisal and review as well as opportunities to be involved in initiatives to drive and develop the company as we grow. How to applyIf you think you have the qualities we are looking for and are keen to be part of our dynamic, growing organisation, please apply online at www.openhealth.co.uk All applications must include an up to date CV and a covering letter.
Donard Recruitment
Glasgow, GB
Still searching for that HR Manager position in mid Ulster which you’ve been longing for? Yet haven’t found it!Well here it is for you, in all its glory, read on and apply at the bottom.What is needed is a HR manager to come into the company and manage the overall provision of Human Resources services, policies and programs, contribute to the development of the Human Resource Development (HRD) strategy and lead on the delivery of its action plan.The role will lead the HR team of a flourishing Food production company in Mid Ulster, and in this role you will be rewarded with a superb salary, great working environment, and the delicious aroma of fresh food every day.In this esteemed role, you as the HR Manager will have many key accountabilities which include:- Development of HRD and the Organisation- Overseeing, managing and encouraging the work and ongoing development of staff within the Department- Developing and monitoring of the annual budget for the Department- Conducting a continuing study of all Human Resource policies, programs and practices to keep management informed of new developments and ensure compliance- Leading the development of goals, objectives and systems for the Department and provide leadership for HR Strategic Planning to ensure that the Department supports the accomplishment of the company’s strategic goals- Managing the preparation and maintenance of reports- Developing programs, procedures and guidelines to align the workforce with the strategic goals of the company in conjunction with the leadership team, plan, develop and implement company’s Corporate strategy- Talent Management- Developing the organisation and its people for continued growth- Co-ordinating training programs and assign responsibility for those programs- Leading the implementation of the performance management system to include personal development plans- Establishing an in-house employee training system that addresses company training needs including training needs assessment, new employee onboarding, management development and measurement of training impact.- Many other duties to help both company and staff development and relations.Of course we do need you to have certain criteria for your skills an experience before you apply, which are:- 4 years generalist HR experience within a fast-moving industry, ideally food manufacturing, where you have developed a HR function that has delivered on organisational objectives- Experience of implementing performance management and appraisal systems- The ability to manage people through directing and guiding the performance of others and conveying a clear vision and sense of purpose.- Evidence of allocating work, developing staff and ensuring effective relationships.To apply for this role, get your cv over to Barry@donardrecruitment.com, or apply below, or call Barry on 0161 464 7277.