• HR Manager

    Location UK-London
    Posted Date 2 months ago(1/10/2019 9:45 AM)
    Job ID
    # Positions
    Human Resources
  • Overview

    This is a newly created role in a very busy Human Resources department of four supporting a client group of approximately 200 individuals based in the UK office.  The HR Manager will work in partnership with the Head of HR to roll out corporate HR initiative/policies and to facilitate the liaison/delivery of HR and Office services as appropriate. The day to day role will focus on tasks related to the employee life cycle, benefits programmes, training, payroll and employee relations. 


    In partnership with the Head of HR and working closely with the HR Administrator, the HR Manager will be responsible for all employee related matters with a specific focus on ER and managing the complete end to end employee life cycle.  The HR Manager should be able to identify human resources-related needs and improvements in order to meet company and business objective/goals with the confidence to communicate these to the Team.   The HR Manager should be comfortable advising senior managers on how to resolve personnel problems in line with the Company’s confidential standards and employment law.


    Further responsibilities are set out but not limited to the following:  

    • Liaising with corporate HRES and managing payroll for the client group
    • Ownership of the company Pension
    • Manage the onboarding and off-boarding of employees.
    • Handle disciplinary actions, evaluate performance and coach and counsel staff. 
    • With the HR Administrator, serve as first line of service for employees and respond rapidly to inquiries, issues and concerns.
    • Interface with benefit providers and other vendors assisting employee needs.  
    • Coordinate training programs - company wide and business unit specific - to develop people and drive performance.
    • Proactively identify improvements to office procedures and ways to increase staff participation
    • Organisation of Company Events – Townhalls, Christmas Parties, etc.



    • HR related Bachelor's degree, CIPD or equivalent education/work experience
    • 3-5 years of progressive HR business partner experience, including working with senior leadership
    • Strong knowledge of Employment Law
    • Good understanding of UK payroll and auto enrolment pensions
    • Meeting facilitation, listening, problem solving mediation skills
    • Unconditional ability to maintain confidentiality
    • Practical knowledge and deployment of performance management, succession planning, compensation analysis, performance improvement, training design, management/leadership development and employee relations
    • Ability to manage multiple priorities
    • Enjoy people interactions. Good interpersonal skills
    • Excellent time management skills, ability to multi-task and prioritise work
    • Strong personal organisation and planning skills
    • Pragmatic and “can-do” attitude
    • Attention to detail and problem-solving skills
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    • Love for life and learning!


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