- Bristol, South West
- Posted 11th January 2022
- £25000 - £30000 per Annum
- Ref: HR Advisor
Reporting to the HR Manager, this role will be responsible for the joint day to day running of the HR department. The HR Advisor will take the lead on supporting and coaching Line Managers on all employee relations and will constantly strive to improve site HR practices and procedures; always looking to implement best practice. This role will both lead and support on key business/HR projects as well as mentoring junior members of the team.
*Coach and advise departmental managers on all people related matters - owning the ER caseload, ensuring that all issues are dealt with promptly and in line with employment law
*Mentor and develop junior members of the HR team and take the lead in the HR Manager's absence
*Work with occupational health and HR Team, to review, monitor and proactively manage site absence levels, looking at capability and reducing long term sickness cases
*Manage day to day recruitment needs of the site, from understanding requirements, creating job descriptions, advertising through to interview and arranging inductions/on-boarding. Looking to reduce business cost on recruitment where possible.
*Support the development of the works council, taking notes, managing actions and creating an engaging environment
*Champion our Values, supporting with workshops and engaging all members of staff
*Respects all members of staff and provides first class customer service
*Ensure all personnel files (starters/leavers) are processed promptly on time and in line with internal procedures, ensuring correct information is kept in line with GDPR and all employees have Right to work documents
*Work with the HR Team and departmental managers reviewing manning levels and recruitment requirements, ensuring that levels are against budget and in line with demand and challenging agency requirements
*Analyze KPI's, proactively looking at ways to improve figures and recording trends
*Support the HR Manager with Union Meetings and wage negotiations, including leading working parties and ensuring all actions are closed off
*Own and process the salaried payroll process, looking after all new starter paperwork and contracts, processing monthly pay, exit interviews, ensuring salary changes are recorded, tax code changes, pension changes and that the HR database is up to date
*Timeware superuser, supporting the HR administrator in updating the system and ensuring that people have the required training needed
*Provide cover weekly/salary payroll, including daily undertimes/overtimes, weekly payroll process and roll forward procedure
*Always striving to improve, this role will ensure that all electronic files are up-to-date, and that employee records are maintained at all times
*Provide support to Managers for all training needs, utilizing the businesses levy fund as well as organizing training related to other departments where necessary
*Own and manage the monthly pension process, ensuring the business meets its legal obligations with regards to auto-enrolment and company scheme
*Support with the administration of all company benefits, including the annual p11d submission
*Certificate in Personnel Practice - CIPD 5
*Preferably industry experience in manufacturing/service
*A self-starter, preferably with supervisory/management skills.
*Able to demonstrate continuous professional development in areas of employment legislation, training and development.
*High level of commitment and flexibility
*Analytical problem-solving approach
*Ability to remain level headed under pressure.
*Ability to create a strong team spirit and command respect
*Build relationships at all levels
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