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HR Officer

£ 37,000 - £ 37,000 per a:1:{s:8:"en_title";s:6:"annual";}

Job Description

Role Overview

Our client is currently in search of a skilled HR Officer to join our team, offering opportunities for both full-time and part-time engagement. In this role, you will play a pivotal role in supporting our HR Manager across a diverse range of tasks encompassing the entire employee life-cycle. This position offers an exciting opportunity for professional growth and development within the field of human resources.


  • Provide comprehensive support throughout the recruitment process, including managing the recruitment inbox, collaborating with recruitment agencies, overseeing advertising efforts, sourcing candidates, conducting assessments, and conducting initial stage interviews.
  • Collaborate with the HR Manager to establish and nurture connections to facilitate recruitment of graduates and apprentices.
  • Play a key role in the development and implementation of HR policies and procedures, offering guidance to both staff and managers as needed.
  • Assist the HR Manager in managing employee relations issues and resolving various HR-related matters.
  • Conduct thorough exit interviews with departing employees to gather valuable feedback.
  • Provide support to the HR Manager in executing the annual performance management program.
  • Assist with various HR projects as required by the HR Manager.
  • Ensure accurate and timely monthly payroll and benefits reporting to the internal finance team.
  • Coordinate the staff induction process and ensure effective management of the probationary period.
  • Undertake any additional responsibilities necessary for the efficient operation of the HR department, including covering for the HR Administrator during their absence.


  • Possess a minimum qualification of CIPD Level 3.
  • Demonstrated understanding of employment legislation.
  • Strong verbal and written communication abilities.
  • Minimum of 2 years of experience in a HR Officer/Advisory role within professional services, with a focus on Recruitment.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of HR best practices.
  • Proficient in utilizing HRIS systems and the MS Office Suite.
  • Human Resources Assistant

    Company And Role Overview –

    Exciting Opportunity Alert! Our client is on the hunt for a dynamic Human Resources Assistant to join their team! If you're passionate about HR and ready to make an impact, this is the role for you!
    As a key member of the client's HR team, the individual will play a central role in the business, offering professional support across various functions. Responsibilities will range from welcoming new team members during onboarding, maintaining detailed personnel records, coordinating training initiatives, managing benefit programs, to nurturing positive employee relationships—each day presenting unique challenges and opportunities.
    The ideal candidate will possess a sharp attention to detail, exceptional organizational abilities, and excellent communication skills. Their capacity to engage effectively with both employees and management will be essential in ensuring smooth HR operations and contributing to the organization's overall success.
    This is an exceptional opportunity for someone looking to advance their HR career and join a thriving team. Interested candidates are encouraged to apply and contribute to shaping the future alongside us!

    Main Responsibilities –

    • Serve as a go-to resource for day-to-day HR inquiries, including topics like time off, family-friendly policies, employment terms updates, probation reviews, and HR system questions
    • Oversee the employee departure process, which involves preparing necessary paperwork, assisting with staff reductions, and conducting exit conversations when necessary
    • Travel to various company locations as needed to support business operations
    • Handle the new employee orientation process, which includes conducting background checks, preparing employment agreements, and leading company introductions
    • Contribute to the successful execution of performance evaluations, salary adjustments, and PRP procedures

    Requirements –

    • Holds CIPD certification or equivalent, or actively pursuing CIPD qualifications Ideally possesses a bachelor's degree
    • Prior HR experience in a corporate setting is a must
    • Strong written and verbal communication abilities
    • Demonstrates initiative and drives specific changes from conception to execution
  • HR Advisor

    Company And Role Overview 

    The Human Resources Advisor champions the delivery of top-tier guidance on complex HR issues, exuding a proactive, solution-focused approach to department heads, managers, employees, and stakeholders alike. Fostering trust across all tiers of staff, they navigate with sensitivity, diplomacy, and unwavering integrity. At the forefront of propelling the team towards a data-driven future, HR Advisors harness the power of the iTrent system to sculpt, monitor, and implement cutting-edge HR metrics. Within a tightly-knit team environment, they revel in the opportunity to collaborate seamlessly across the organisation, providing reciprocal support whenever necessary. With an infectious enthusiasm, they ensure the provision of a welcoming, personable, and highly efficient HR service, while also standing as the esteemed HR representative in pertinent meetings and committees.

    Main Responsibilities 

    • Conduct frequent discussions with essential stakeholders to comprehend and address the unique people-related obstacles within each department, providing coaching and support to promote the adoption of optimal HR and management strategies
    • Implement strategies for recruiting and retaining high-quality personnel, prioritizing aspects such as safeguarding, diversity, equality, equity, and inclusion
    • Assume responsibility for managing employee relations cases, ensuring they are handled efficiently and in accordance with current employment regulations and best practices
    • Develop and revise policies and procedures, keeping staff informed of any relevant updates
    • Conduct Disciplinary and Grievance investigation meetings when necessary
    • Collaborate with trade union representatives, where appropriate, to achieve favourable resolutions


    • Possession of MCIPD qualification or part-qualification, or equivalent demonstrable expertise
    • Familiarity with employment legislation, encompassing UK Visa and Immigration stipulations, alongside adept application of sound generalist HR principles
    • Proficiency in clear and persuasive communication, both written and verbal
    • Demonstrated experience in coaching and mentoring personnel across all hierarchies on HR best practices, policies, and procedures
    • Ability to remain confident and composed when faced with pressure
    • Track record of developing and overseeing training plans
  • Senior ER Advisor

    Company and Role Overview 

    The incumbent in the role of Senior Employee Relations Advisor will be tasked with fostering robust professional connections throughout the organization. They will engage in ER initiatives as instructed, offering guidance, mentorship, and instructional sessions to stakeholders on optimal approaches to handling various facets of employee relations matters. These may encompass disciplinary actions, grievances, attendance monitoring, probationary periods, restructuring endeavours, and TUPE transitions. Moreover, they will conduct training sessions and provide coaching to managers, empowering them to proficiently oversee their teams while mitigating potential risks. We are seeking an adept Senior Employee Relations Advisor to assist the team during a demanding workload phase.


    • Engaging in designated personnel initiatives under the direction of the Head of HR
    • Providing coaching and guidance to managers regarding policies, procedures, best practices, and risk identification
    • Serving as a reliable and confidential advisor to the organization on employee relations matters
    • Advocating for diversity and inclusion by promoting awareness of values and behaviours and setting a positive example
    • Maintaining and updating the ER Case log


    • Possession of CIPD Level 5 qualification or comparable experience
    • Proficiency in IT, including Microsoft 365 and HR Information Systems (HRIS)
    • Strong communication abilities
    • Sensitivity and understanding of issues related to 'Violence against Women and Girls' from a feminist perspective
    • Adaptability and willingness to embrace new challenges, ideas, and experiences, with the capacity for self-reflection