HR Manager - Industrial

HR Manager - Industrial

Job Overview

Location
Rochester, England
Job Type
Full Time
Salary
£40,000 - £40,000 Per Year
Date Posted
8 days ago

Additional Details

Job ID
703834
Job Views
7

Job Description

HR Manager - Industrial

Permanent

Medway

c.£40k

An exciting new opening for an experienced HR Manager has arisen for our well-established client based in the Medway area. This is a rare role with the chance to make a real impact. We are looking for someone to be based on site in Medway, creating and implementing an HR strategy for a growing business.

This company currently have c.30 staff, but with ambitious growth plans over the next few years and the HR Manager will be integral to their growth. You will take ownership of all ER matters, effectively setting up HR systems from scratch!

The successful HR Manager will have previously worked in a similar industrial, site-based company and have set up an HR function before, or at least having worked in a standalone role. We are managing this role exclusively - you won't see it advertised anywhere else!

Duties include:

Culture

Recommending innovative practices to develop the culture and engage the workforce
Coaching and developing managers in all aspects of people management
Supporting and advising senior management and managers on disciplinary, grievance and restructuring processes
The arrangement and attendance of meetings up to and including dismissal and appeals
To monitor and advise managers on attendance management and case management of long-term sickness absence
To advise on performance improvement issues
To research and keep up to date with current and new legislation, making recommendations and propose new policies to ensure compliance
Drive diversity in all aspects of people management
Drive a high-performance culture, ensuring that people management processes are completed to drive employee engagement

Compensation and Reward Management

Managing all employee benefits
Work with the SLT to develop reward packages designed to retain and attract key talent
Sign off for payroll, ensuring that records are accurate
Work closely with payroll and managers to ensure that people are paid accurately first time
Ensure the reward offering is understood by employees

Learning & Development

Ensuring that all training records are accurate and up to date
Ensuring that development plans are in place
Identify opportunities for developments
Support employee development and training plans

Resourcing

To coach and develop managers in all aspects of recruitment
Support managers in the recruitment of staff; the writing of recruitment adverts; screening of applicants and interviewing of all candidates
Coordinating inductions for all new starters
Develop strong relationships with agencies
Manage relationships with temporary agencies and ensuring accurate records and completion of timesheets
Ensuring that quarterly audits of temporary staff providers are carried out to comply with the GLA and ethical trading
Proactive manpower planning, reporting to the business on a quarterly basis
Control and monitoring of agency partner

General Business Support Activities

To provide professional knowledge, advice and support to the management team
Manage the time and attendance system for all employees and train new employees and managers in the usage of the system
Reporting of management information including employee turnover, absence and manning levels and preparation of monthly reports
To maintain accurate personnel records, both manual and computerised, ensuring total security and confidentiality
To prepare and provide timely and accurate correspondence

To be considered you will have/be:

Previous experience within a generalist HR management role within an industrial environment
Experience setting up HR policies and procedures and creating HR strategies
Ideally educated to degree level within a business-related subject
CIPD qualified
An excellent working knowledge of employment law
Excellent communication skills both written and face to face and the ability to communicate with people at all levels within the organisation
The ability to work on own initiative and a self-starter
Commercial acumen
Coaching and training skills
Influence and persuasion skills
The ability to work to targets and deadlines
The ability to build relationships with people across the businessYou will be joining a company who genuinely value their workforce! You will be valued and will become to the company go to for any people centric company enquiries. This is a really exciting opportunity with huge growth potential within a business that are going from strength to strength.

If you feel you are suitable for this position, please apply today with your most up to date CV!

This role is being handled by Nicole Hill, Business Support Consultant at Pearson Whiffin Recruitment

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