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Human Resources

Job Targets

· Efficient staff planning

· Optimising labour costs

· Optimising productivity

· Management reporting

· Team & performance optimisation (living the ‘Blueprint’)


Job Assignments

· Accurate, disciplinary and professional staff planning

· Accurate monitoring and timely reporting of staff planning time management (including sickness)

· Clear communication regarding agreements and staff planning

· Coordination of short- and long-term staff planning, including holidays, temp workers and consultants

· Finding cost-effective solutions and decision making

· Accurate reporting and administration

· Constructive cooperation with superiors and colleagues

· Insurance and willingness to be accessible while being off duty, if necessary, Respecting and acting on company rules, (safety) regulations and procedures

· Constantly striving and bringing up (new) ideas to improve shop operations and results

Human Resources

Role Overview

Our client is currently in the market for a Human Resources Business Partner to come and join their busy team! The successful candidate will be expected to provide the full range of operational ‘business partner’ duties whilst providing a high level of support and advice to the HR team and our clients.


  • Partnering closely with our client's Senior Leadership Team, Managers to implement effective HR strategy, people plan, projects, and operations consistently.
  • Managing complex projects such as re-structuring, organization design, talent management.
  • Managing annual cyclical HR processes and operations end-to-end (performance management, appraisals, compensation, etc).
  • Coaching & advising our client / client's senior leadership team. (All stakeholders and functions) including learning and development options.
  • Managing ad-hoc complex employee relations issues, employee engagement and health / wellbeing agenda.
  • To provide robust advice and support in the management of poor performance and absence issues in accordance with our client's procedures.
  • To lead and support managers in handling restructures and redundancy exercises ensuring all procedural and statutory duties are met.
  • Managing complex ER issues, achieving satisfactory outcomes in a timely manner.
  • To advise managers on appropriate recruitment strategies and oversee the work of the HR Assistant ensuring a sound recruitment service is delivered.
  • To develop and manage policies and procedures, attending and participating in meetings as appropriate.
  • To maintain effective HR records and ensure case work is accurately recorded.
  • To provide update sessions for managers on new legislation and employee relations issues and operational aspects of change management/organizational development issues.
  • Support the development and implementation of HR policies and procedures.


  • Good all-round level of education to include Maths and English to GCSE (Grade A – C) or equivalent.
  • Ideally CIPD Qualified (Level 5 CIPD Qualification) or qualified by experience.
  • Evidence of continuous professional development and Membership of CIPD.
Human Resources

Role Overview

Our client is currently in the market for a HR Administrator to come and join their busy team! The successful candidate will perform the everyday administrative tasks of talent acquisition and selection processes covering advertisement, shortlisting, interviews and post offer actions.


  • Assist with updating and maintaining employee records both physical and electronic on a daily basis.
  • Updating and retaining HR systems, eRecruitment system, and databases internally, such as sick and maternity leave.
  • Administer and assist the recruitment/onboarding function:
  • Produce short-listing packs.
  • Organize interviews and tests.
  • Interviewing candidates
  • Prepare contracts of employment and offer letters.
  • Obtain and complete references.
  • Create personal files.
  • Maintain recruitment files.
  • Ensure employment checks including background checks and rights to work, qualification, and medical checks if required.
  • Develop, implement, and maintain our client's preferred supplier list for the use of recruitment agencies.
  • Organise and conduct new starter onboarding processes, induction meetings with new employees and Agency workers; liaise with Line Manager's to ensure a clear process.
  • Assist with probationary processes. Assist with the management of invoices.
  • Ensure that all payroll instructions are prepared and logged in time for the monthly payroll run and sent to the HR Coordinator, for example, new starters checklist, etc.
  • Organising formal employee relations meetings and taking accurate (and confidential) notes.
  • Assisting in formal meetings, such as employee disciplinaries and grievances, undertaking such tasks as may be required by the Director of HR and Human Resources Manager.
  • Assist with the booking of training and monitoring evaluation forms confirming they’re inputted and filed on a monthly basis.


  • Clear and concise communication skills and interpersonal skills
  • Some previous experience of working in a team.
  • Willingness to undertake own administration with necessary keyboard skills.
  • Ability to work under pressure, meet deadlines and ability to prioritise own workload.
  • Good knowledge of Microsoft Office applications
Human Resources

Role Overview

Our client is currently in the market for a HR Administrator to come and join their busy team! The successful candidate will perform the everyday administrative tasks of talent acquisition and selection processes covering advertisement, shortlisting, interviews and post offer actions.


  • Draft talent acquisition advertisements and assist with drafting job descriptions.
  • Advise hiring managers on the talent acquisition process, covering advertising, agency involvement, shortlisting roles, arranging and holding interviews.
  • Liaise with advertising agencies, recruitment agencies and online jobs boards to advertise and agree terms to assist with the recruitment of positions.
  • Co-ordinate the arrangement of interview panels and associated correspondence and paperwork, including interview questions and forms.
  • Create offers and contracts of engagement for successful candidates and obtain employment references and other necessary pre-employment checks in a timely manner prior to their scheduled start date.
  • Liaise with managers, potential and current employees in relation to the talent acquisition and selection processes.
  • Deliver the HR induction for new joiners.

  • Operate the HR system to produce a range of reports including new joiners, leavers, promotions, pension scheme and employee benefit usage reports to inform management information.

Maintenance of Human Resources Systems
  • Update and maintain all human resources databases, employee records and filing systems (electronic and manual), including co-ordinating the archiving process.
  • Undertake administrative day to day tasks to keep the department running smoothly (including raising purchase orders, organising authorisation of invoices, and post).

General Correspondence and Reporting
  • Draft and respond to correspondence in relation to all human resources matters, including engagement letters and contracts and contract variations.


  • Educated to A level and/or relevant skills or knowledge.
  • Experience of recruitment, selection and HR processes.
  • Experience of using HR Information Systems
  • Relevant experience of carrying out administrative tasks within a Human Resources environment.
  • Good verbal and written communications skills, the ability to communicate professionally.
Human Resources

Company and role overview

Our client in the Charity sector is searching for a Key Relationships Manager to join their busy team. The role will require the candidate to have excellent interpersonal skills to help lead and manage a team in acquiring and maintaining relationships with Fundraising Groups. The candidate will support the client to create and implement strategies and action plans to help the company grow.



Main responsibilities

  • Ensuring appropriate market and audience research
  • Developing and negotiating fundraising and engagement targets
  • Managing budgets and forecasting outflow and income
  • Scheduling the creation, testing and review of products and communications
  • Developing approaches for key relationships including a speaker’s programme to recruit new regular givers
  • Developing key relationship management plans and delivering legacy programmes
  • Line management meetings and point of contact for HR
  • Ensuring regular attendance at meetings and days
  • Ensure the confidentiality in compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation for all clients.




  • Degree level qualification, or equivalent experience in sales, marketing, or fundraising
  • Three years’ experience of delivering to an income budget
  • Two years’ experience of leading, managing and developing people/ teams
  • Experience of operational planning
  • An understanding of CRM databases      
  • A clear understanding of policies and procedures

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