Job details
Back to Search

HR Manager

Ref code: CVF99098918
Human Resources
£45k - 50k per year
Whetstone, Leicestershire, England
Permanent
Office Based

Job Title: HR Manager
Salary: £45,000 - £50,000
Location: South Leicester
Contract: Permanent, Hybrid Working (3 days in office)


The Company

Our client is a well-established manufacturing business with a turnover exceeding £10 million. They have proudly supported some of the most recognisable global brands in their industry. Over the past three years, their customer base has expanded significantly, resulting in a doubling of both headcount and turnover. This growth has been accompanied by substantial investments in premises, personnel, and equipment, reflecting the company's commitment to excellence and innovation. As they continue on this trajectory of success, they are seeking a HR Manager to join their team and contribute to their ongoing growth and development.

Working closely with the Managing Director to assess and review the current situation, you will be making recommendations for what needs to be implemented along with creating and implementing a strategic people plan.


Key Responsibilities:

- New Starter Onboarding: Collaborate closely with various departments to ensure seamless onboarding experiences for new employees.

- HR Processes and Policies: Review and update HR policies in accordance with current employment legislation. Provide accurate advice to managers on policy changes and career development plans.

- Employee Correspondence: Manage all employee-related documentation, including contracts, wage reviews, and performance development reviews.

- Right to Work Compliance: Oversee the full right to work process for new hires, staying abreast of government regulations and implementing suitable IDSPs.

- Employment Relations: Guide managers on performance improvement plans, settlement agreements, disciplinary matters, and grievances. Manage absences and support managers on probations and secondments.

- Reporting: Analyse data, update organizational charts, and provide monthly KPI reports to the Managing Director.

- Diversity and Inclusion: Lead D&I initiatives, set up working groups, and collaborate with Finance on Gender Pay Gap reporting and strategies for improvement.

- Health and Wellbeing: Develop an annual health and wellbeing strategy.

- Benefits Management: Review benefit offerings, conduct benefits surveys, and support the launch of new benefits.

About you

- CIPD Level 5 qualification or above.
- Substantial experience as an HR generalist in a standalone role.
- Excellent planning, organisational, and communication skills.
- Strong attention to detail and time management abilities.
- Ability to work independently and collaboratively.
- Commercial awareness and experience in the manufacturing sector, preferably within SMEs.
- Analytical and problem-solving skills.

This is an exceptional opportunity for an experienced HR professional to make a significant impact within a growing organisation. If you possess the requisite skills and qualifications, we encourage you to apply.

Apply for this role

You need to set a password and enter the following details to create an account to apply for this job.
If you already have an account, please log in before applying.
Catherine Forrest
Catherine Forrest
Share:
Back to Search