HR Manager – London Waterloo
£60,000 plus benefits
Fully office based
A highly successful organisation based in London Waterloo are looking for a commercial, operational HR Manager to join their team.
Managing a team of five this will be a hands on, HR Generalist role encompassing developing HR Policies and procedures, recruitment, supporting learning and development, coaching and upskilling middle managers and employee relations. The ideal candidate will come from a manufacturing, distribution, trade or construction environment and will be happy being hands on operationally.
Reporting to the CEO, with a dotted line to the HR BP for the group you will provide support, advice and guidance to all areas of the business on an HR related matter. You will ideally be CIPD qualified with an impeccable understanding of HR best practice, with extensive ER knowledge. You will demonstrate a real desire to build relationships with stakeholders and will remain up to date with relevant legislation/practices.
To be suitable for this HR Manager role you will have had exposure to:
Leading the delivery of HR functions to a high standard
A proven track record as an HR generalist with an extensive ER background
A CIPD qualification or equivalent occupational experience
Up to date knowledge of employment law
The ability to shape and embed organisational strategies in HR
A proven track record in developing HR policies and procedures to ensure legal compliance
Knowledge and experience in introducing new ideas to improve employee engagement
Overseen and managed a small multi-disciplined team
Key responsibilities include:
Oversee and manage the HR & Recruitment functions
Support and implement the HR strategies aligned to the business objectives
Support and coach the management team on all people leadership matters, including business change and transformation. Forming strong relationships with the management team to be able to challenge and coach in a high-performance environment
Partner with the management team to project management organisational and procedural changes within the business area
Work with the parent Company to review and align practices across the Brands, including policy/practices, discipline, grievance, mentoring, salary and conditions, contracts, driving performance appraisals, succession planning and any other HR-related issues
Provide data & analytics (including headcount, labour turnover and compiling of exit interview data)
Review and support the company's talent management processes within the business areas, including performance/potential management, resource planning, and succession planning
Provide insight and recommendations on HR initiatives that can be leveraged to strengthen business results e.g. leadership/development programmes
Working with senior managers to uncover the talent implications e.g. any significant gaps to meet long-term objectives and create a long-term workforce plan that prioritises people-related initiatives
Monitor, measure, and report on HR issues, opportunities and development plans, and achievements within agreed formats and timescales
Liaise with Directors and Managers to understand their HR requirements and ensure they are fully informed of the corporate HR strategy
This is a fantastic opportunity to join an established organisation during a period of significant growth.
This role is offering an initial starting salary of £60,000 plus benefits.
- London - Central
- Contact Name:
- Claudia Ashdown