- Part time HR advisor
- Working for a membership body based in London
About Our Client
Membership body based in Central London
- Developing and implementing HR plans and procedures for all staff
- Proactively coach and support managers with all people related issues and act as a sound and reliable advisor to all staff and managers
- Assisting in recruitment for all vacancies - advising managers on job descriptions, working with recruitment partners, organising interviews and liaising with hiring manager
Managing the on boarding and off boarding process for staff which includes; contract/offer paperwork, organising and conducting new starter inductions and conducting exit interviews
Maintaining and updating information on our HRIS ensuring accuracy and all information and staff records are kept fully up to date
Using our HRIS to gather key data regarding staff turnover, absence management etc
Ensuring compliance with and advising on employment law and regulations with assistance from our external legal advisors
Training and development - working with managers to identify training needs and suitable courses for staff.
Salary reviews - researching salaries and ensuring they are in line with industry standards
Liaising with our external provider regarding the Employee Handbook and template contracts; drafting staff memos and letters such as offers of employment, variation of contract, probation, termination etc.
Work closely with company lawyers and employee representatives
Liaising with our payroll provider and collating information for payroll purposes
Supporting the Head of HR with HR project work
Working closely with external providers such as Best companies regarding our annual external staff engagement survey as well as conducting internal engagement surveys
The Successful Applicant
Human Resources Background - The job holder will have worked in a Human Resources environment within a generalist capacity and been exposed to various different elements within HR. The job holder must be CIPD qualified or working towards.
Excellent communicator - Communication skills must be exceptional and the ability to communicate to staff at all levels is key. Both written and verbal communication must be at a high level and the ability to build rapport is a must for this role.
Time Management - Due to the nature and variety of the role, the job holder must be able to prioritise their workload effectively and ensure tasks are met by the required deadlines.
IT Skills - The job holder will be experienced and proficient in various MS Office packages such as Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
Continuous Improvement - The job holder will always look to improve current processes within the REC as well the improvement of their own development
The self-motivation and drive to work independently or within a small team
· Ability to meet the needs of internal and external customers demonstrating a passion for customer service
· Resilience and resolve
· High attention to detail
· Ability to prioritise and adapt to changing environment
· Ability to work with individuals of all levels
What's on Offer
This is a permanent role paying £40,000 (FTE).
Please note you must be able to work in their London offices 2x days per week