Our client based in Lincoln is looking for an HR Associate to join their team on a full-time basis to cover a period of maternity leave.
Pay Rate £16.00 Per Hour
Hours Monday to Friday 8.30am – 5 pm
Contract up to 1year
The main purpose of the role is to ensure that the company is responsive, compliant and adaptable to the demands of new and changing employment legislation working under the general direction of the Human Resources Manager.
Duties of the role
Regularly review and monitor any delegated budget responsibilities to ensure that budget allocations are being used effectively and efficiently
Develop and sustain effective working relationships with all internal and external stakeholders and contacts
Proactively manage absenteeism firmly but fairly to ensure that absence reduction targets are achieved
Manage health and safety and to ensure that all employees are aware of and comply with health and safety requirements
Promote and monitor customer care standards and ensure that these are communicated and understood at all levels
Identify, monitor and review customer needs and demands through regular feedback from customers and staff
Direct and support managers on the management of staff including disciplinary, grievance, capability and dignity at work issues ensuring all actions are legal and follow best practice where appropriate
Coach and mentor managers carrying out investigations
Direct and support on attendance management issues such as disability, long and short term absence, ill health termination and retirement, redeployment and stress.
Develop new and update existing policies and implement them in line with current legislation and business need
Responsible for the recruitment and resourcing function
Provide professional support on job design, structures, job descriptions, person specifications, qualifications, advertising, interview and selection techniques
We are looking for someone with experience in the above duties in a Human Resources role and ideally, you will have a qualification or working towards CIPD qualification level 7 or equivalent experience.