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    • london, greater london
    • interim
    • £55,000 - £65,000, per year, 7500
    • full-time
    Key Duties:Managing and be involved in the end to end recruitment from screening candidates, Video interviews and arranging assessment centres.Build strong relationships with schools and preferred universities and organise networking events.Manage our Apprenticeship Levy account and ensure we maximise our levy fundingWork with business units and HR to identify and map out career paths and headcount demand for all Early Careers Programmes.Skills and Experience:Experience in high volume full life-cycle graduate and apprentice recruitment.Experience of Early Careers Development Experience organising and running virtual events and video interviewing.Qualifications: Ideally CIPD Qualified (not essential) Apply Today!
    Key Duties:Managing and be involved in the end to end recruitment from screening candidates, Video interviews and arranging assessment centres.Build strong relationships with schools and preferred universities and organise networking events.Manage our Apprenticeship Levy account and ensure we maximise our levy fundingWork with business units and HR to identify and map out career paths and headcount demand for all Early Careers Programmes.Skills and Experience:Experience in high volume full life-cycle graduate and apprentice recruitment.Experience of Early Careers Development Experience organising and running virtual events and video interviewing.Qualifications: Ideally CIPD Qualified (not essential) Apply Today!
    • nottinghamshire, nottinghamshire
    • permanent
    • full-time
    Resourcing Consultant / Researcher / Talent SourcerLocation: Nottingham / RemoteExecutive DivisionSalary - Competitive plus bonusesPareto Law is the UK's market leader in sales assessment, placement and training, with a client base ranging from SMEs to global blue chips. Celebrating over 25 years of success, we have offices throughout the UK and US and can show exponential growth since our inception. We have been voted by The Times as the Top Small Company to Work for in the UK, and have won a number of other industry awards.The Role Working within this executive search and select environment, our Researchers / Resourcing Consultants are pivotal in providing first class candidates in order to fulfil our clients' senior level recruitment needs. The role is varied and rewarding, which includes but is not limited to the following:• Business research• Targeted sourcing of candidates through both active and passive channels• Networking through social media tools to reach wider candidate pools• Thorough penetration of markets in order to uncover real talent• Working in partnership with Consultants to ensure a positively seamless candidate and client journeyThe CandidateWe are looking for the successful candidate to work with us to become an even more prosperous part of the wider business. The candidate will ideally have the following:• Previous experience in recruitment• Previous research experience• Experience of using social media platforms, such as LinkedIn Recruiter, Xing etc.• A structured and organised approach to fulfilling work commitments• A drive to work collaboratively towards personal and shared goals• Be highly motivated/hard working• Have excellent communication skills • Have good analytical/assessment skills• Have the ability to prioritise work according to importance and urgencyThis is a great opportunity to develop a career in recruitment and become part of an effective and driven team. We are offering the successful candidate a great salary package with the opportunity of extra earning potential. The role comes with additional benefits, incentives and regular social events. Flexibility with working hours can be discussed with the right candidate and we would therefore encourage candidates with differing commitments to apply.
    Resourcing Consultant / Researcher / Talent SourcerLocation: Nottingham / RemoteExecutive DivisionSalary - Competitive plus bonusesPareto Law is the UK's market leader in sales assessment, placement and training, with a client base ranging from SMEs to global blue chips. Celebrating over 25 years of success, we have offices throughout the UK and US and can show exponential growth since our inception. We have been voted by The Times as the Top Small Company to Work for in the UK, and have won a number of other industry awards.The Role Working within this executive search and select environment, our Researchers / Resourcing Consultants are pivotal in providing first class candidates in order to fulfil our clients' senior level recruitment needs. The role is varied and rewarding, which includes but is not limited to the following:• Business research• Targeted sourcing of candidates through both active and passive channels• Networking through social media tools to reach wider candidate pools• Thorough penetration of markets in order to uncover real talent• Working in partnership with Consultants to ensure a positively seamless candidate and client journeyThe CandidateWe are looking for the successful candidate to work with us to become an even more prosperous part of the wider business. The candidate will ideally have the following:• Previous experience in recruitment• Previous research experience• Experience of using social media platforms, such as LinkedIn Recruiter, Xing etc.• A structured and organised approach to fulfilling work commitments• A drive to work collaboratively towards personal and shared goals• Be highly motivated/hard working• Have excellent communication skills • Have good analytical/assessment skills• Have the ability to prioritise work according to importance and urgencyThis is a great opportunity to develop a career in recruitment and become part of an effective and driven team. We are offering the successful candidate a great salary package with the opportunity of extra earning potential. The role comes with additional benefits, incentives and regular social events. Flexibility with working hours can be discussed with the right candidate and we would therefore encourage candidates with differing commitments to apply.
    • belfast, belfast
    • temporary
    • £10.29 per hour
    • full-time
    Randstad have an opportunity available for an experienced HR Administrator to work alongside Belfast Met's internal HR team on a temporary ongoing basis. BenefitsOpportunity to work at one of the UK's largest FE / HE colleges£10.29 per hourEnhanced holiday package36 hours per week as standardCanteen Free on site parking Campus bus service available Requirements Hold a relevant level 3 qualification plus 1 years HR administration experience or 2 years HR admin experienceGCSE Maths and English (Grade C and Above) or equivalent Excellent IT skills Experience working in a confidential environmentCandidates will be subject to enhanced vetting and compliance due to the nature of this workResponsibilitiesProvide accurate and consistent outputs across the full range of HR activities to support the wider HR TeamProcess advertisements Communicate via templates with applicants for employment/promotion/ Leavers at all stages of the selection processPrepare issue and receive contractual templates to include Flexible Working, Family Friendly applications, and ad hoc requestsMaintenance of the HR section of the College web site Process documentation required by payroll, Department for Employment and Learning, Department of Education etc. Record keeping for all HR transactions and processesCommunicate HR information to appropriate staff Make administrative arrangements regarding the operation of joint management/trade union forums Organise meetings and take and disseminate minutes of meetings and agendas etc On a rota basis respond to telephone calls made to the College's sickness absence lineCollate Sick Absence returns, follow up on non-returns and input data to HR Information SystemsSchedule Occupation Health Appointments and notify employees of detailsFile maintenance of all HR documentationRandstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
    Randstad have an opportunity available for an experienced HR Administrator to work alongside Belfast Met's internal HR team on a temporary ongoing basis. BenefitsOpportunity to work at one of the UK's largest FE / HE colleges£10.29 per hourEnhanced holiday package36 hours per week as standardCanteen Free on site parking Campus bus service available Requirements Hold a relevant level 3 qualification plus 1 years HR administration experience or 2 years HR admin experienceGCSE Maths and English (Grade C and Above) or equivalent Excellent IT skills Experience working in a confidential environmentCandidates will be subject to enhanced vetting and compliance due to the nature of this workResponsibilitiesProvide accurate and consistent outputs across the full range of HR activities to support the wider HR TeamProcess advertisements Communicate via templates with applicants for employment/promotion/ Leavers at all stages of the selection processPrepare issue and receive contractual templates to include Flexible Working, Family Friendly applications, and ad hoc requestsMaintenance of the HR section of the College web site Process documentation required by payroll, Department for Employment and Learning, Department of Education etc. Record keeping for all HR transactions and processesCommunicate HR information to appropriate staff Make administrative arrangements regarding the operation of joint management/trade union forums Organise meetings and take and disseminate minutes of meetings and agendas etc On a rota basis respond to telephone calls made to the College's sickness absence lineCollate Sick Absence returns, follow up on non-returns and input data to HR Information SystemsSchedule Occupation Health Appointments and notify employees of detailsFile maintenance of all HR documentationRandstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
    • birmingham, west midlands
    • temp to perm
    • £24,500 - £26,500 per year
    • full-time
    Are you an ace when comes to administration? Thrive when your back is up against the wall and dealing with a big workload? Looking to work with an exciting, fun and friendly team? If so this could be a great role for you.We are delighted to be working in partnership with one of the finest education providers in the Birmingham as they look to build their recruitment team with two diligent and capable Recruitment Administrators OverviewJob Type: Temporary to perm - 3 month contract but client is recruiting permanentlySalary: £24,500 - £26,500Location: 3 days work from home, 2 days on siteStart Date - ASAP!!Job Title: Recruitment Administrator ResponsibilitiesYou will be tasked with assisting and supporting with administration tasksThis will include ensuring all relevant documentation is received from the candidate and uploaded onto the systemYou will be prioritising your work load dependent on when individuals are joining the business so this can change very quickly You will be managing competing priorities or levels of urgency for pieces of work.This work can at times be a little repetitive so motivation to carry on is key to ensure the workload is dealt with.You will need to deal with high volumes of workload often so will need to be able to work under pressureThe current team uses MS teams to talk to one another they're a friendly bunch but you will need to be comfortable using it and conversing with othersYou will be working in an HR environment and with personal and sensitive data, thus need to be confidential and adhere to policy and procedures.It's imperative that you are used to using systems or databases and have good keyboard skills, quick and accurate with really good attention to detail.You will using a HR data base and an e-recruitment system, to which you will receive training on both.You will receive regular guidance and support from management and colleagues Finally, the most important, you will need a sense of humour, be calm under pressure and have a positive outlook.CriteriaPrevious experience within a fast paced administrative capacity is keyExperience within recruitment is advantageous but certainly not essentialExposure to Oracle Fusion/ERP/stonefish again is advantageous but not essentialComfortable working as a teamA quick typer and comfortable with computers If this sounds like the role for you don't delay apply now or contact for more details 0121 212 0142Randstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
    Are you an ace when comes to administration? Thrive when your back is up against the wall and dealing with a big workload? Looking to work with an exciting, fun and friendly team? If so this could be a great role for you.We are delighted to be working in partnership with one of the finest education providers in the Birmingham as they look to build their recruitment team with two diligent and capable Recruitment Administrators OverviewJob Type: Temporary to perm - 3 month contract but client is recruiting permanentlySalary: £24,500 - £26,500Location: 3 days work from home, 2 days on siteStart Date - ASAP!!Job Title: Recruitment Administrator ResponsibilitiesYou will be tasked with assisting and supporting with administration tasksThis will include ensuring all relevant documentation is received from the candidate and uploaded onto the systemYou will be prioritising your work load dependent on when individuals are joining the business so this can change very quickly You will be managing competing priorities or levels of urgency for pieces of work.This work can at times be a little repetitive so motivation to carry on is key to ensure the workload is dealt with.You will need to deal with high volumes of workload often so will need to be able to work under pressureThe current team uses MS teams to talk to one another they're a friendly bunch but you will need to be comfortable using it and conversing with othersYou will be working in an HR environment and with personal and sensitive data, thus need to be confidential and adhere to policy and procedures.It's imperative that you are used to using systems or databases and have good keyboard skills, quick and accurate with really good attention to detail.You will using a HR data base and an e-recruitment system, to which you will receive training on both.You will receive regular guidance and support from management and colleagues Finally, the most important, you will need a sense of humour, be calm under pressure and have a positive outlook.CriteriaPrevious experience within a fast paced administrative capacity is keyExperience within recruitment is advantageous but certainly not essentialExposure to Oracle Fusion/ERP/stonefish again is advantageous but not essentialComfortable working as a teamA quick typer and comfortable with computers If this sounds like the role for you don't delay apply now or contact for more details 0121 212 0142Randstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
    • blackheath, greater london
    • permanent
    • £16,576 - £21,348 per year
    • full-time
    Tutor - Modern Foreign Languages To support students whose learning has been impacted by COVID-19 and assist in improving learning and development across Years 7 to 9, either on a 1-1 basis or in small groups.Responsibilities and duties ● To run conversational practice in small groups preparing for GCSE ● To prepare resources and lead advanced sessions with native speakers of Spanish ● To support small groups of students designated by the class teacher or Senior Leadership Team. ● Supporting pupils with additional needs in mainstream classes, ensuring their safety and access to learning. ● Establishing good relationships with pupils, acting as a role model and being aware of and responding appropriately to individual needs. ● To assist teachers to identify the learning needs of individual students. ● To provide feedback to teaching staff regarding student progress with respect to identified units of work. ● To keep an accurate record of group work: learning objective / teaching task /students / relevant assessment data. ● To plan and deliver sessions following an outlined programme of study Person Specification ● Confident speaker of Spanish with a genuine interest in the language and culture. Additional languages would be advantageous ● Excellent interpersonal and communication skills ● Creative and the ability to be innovative in finding solutions ● Good knowledge of IT skills ● Enthusiasm and energy ● The ability to think reflectively ● A commitment to personal and social development of self
    Tutor - Modern Foreign Languages To support students whose learning has been impacted by COVID-19 and assist in improving learning and development across Years 7 to 9, either on a 1-1 basis or in small groups.Responsibilities and duties ● To run conversational practice in small groups preparing for GCSE ● To prepare resources and lead advanced sessions with native speakers of Spanish ● To support small groups of students designated by the class teacher or Senior Leadership Team. ● Supporting pupils with additional needs in mainstream classes, ensuring their safety and access to learning. ● Establishing good relationships with pupils, acting as a role model and being aware of and responding appropriately to individual needs. ● To assist teachers to identify the learning needs of individual students. ● To provide feedback to teaching staff regarding student progress with respect to identified units of work. ● To keep an accurate record of group work: learning objective / teaching task /students / relevant assessment data. ● To plan and deliver sessions following an outlined programme of study Person Specification ● Confident speaker of Spanish with a genuine interest in the language and culture. Additional languages would be advantageous ● Excellent interpersonal and communication skills ● Creative and the ability to be innovative in finding solutions ● Good knowledge of IT skills ● Enthusiasm and energy ● The ability to think reflectively ● A commitment to personal and social development of self
    • halesowen, west midlands
    • permanent
    • £21,000 - £25,000 per year
    • full-time
    Do you have at least one years experience in Human Resources and looking for an exciting opportunity? Would you like to work towards your CIPD qualifications? Would you like to work for growing and globally know eGaming company? If you've answered yes to any of these questions then please keep reading.The Role:You will support our three HR Business Partners in providing a comprehensive, professional and pragmatic generalist HR support service to approximately 350 employees in our UK office.Key Duties:Own the delivery of operational HR processes such as absence and performance management.Monitor key HR statistics, such as sickness absence and staff turnover.Manage the HR inbox and provide advice and guidance to staff on general HR queries.Process starters and leavers, including carrying out pre-employment checks.Provide additional resource to the HR Business Partners, assisting in the delivery of strategic HR projects, and cyclical activities such as pay review.Continuously review and suggest improvements to processes and procedures, in order to maximise operational efficiency and effectiveness.Maintain an up-to-date knowledge of employment law, in relation to HR policies and procedures.Ensure accurate record management in accordance with relevant legislation such as GDPR.Any other duties, as assigned, that are compatible with the role.Benefits:Salary between £21-25k (dependant on experience)Flexi workFREE Breakfast and LunchFREE on site gymFREE parking at leisure centre (5 minutes walk) Randstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
    Do you have at least one years experience in Human Resources and looking for an exciting opportunity? Would you like to work towards your CIPD qualifications? Would you like to work for growing and globally know eGaming company? If you've answered yes to any of these questions then please keep reading.The Role:You will support our three HR Business Partners in providing a comprehensive, professional and pragmatic generalist HR support service to approximately 350 employees in our UK office.Key Duties:Own the delivery of operational HR processes such as absence and performance management.Monitor key HR statistics, such as sickness absence and staff turnover.Manage the HR inbox and provide advice and guidance to staff on general HR queries.Process starters and leavers, including carrying out pre-employment checks.Provide additional resource to the HR Business Partners, assisting in the delivery of strategic HR projects, and cyclical activities such as pay review.Continuously review and suggest improvements to processes and procedures, in order to maximise operational efficiency and effectiveness.Maintain an up-to-date knowledge of employment law, in relation to HR policies and procedures.Ensure accurate record management in accordance with relevant legislation such as GDPR.Any other duties, as assigned, that are compatible with the role.Benefits:Salary between £21-25k (dependant on experience)Flexi workFREE Breakfast and LunchFREE on site gymFREE parking at leisure centre (5 minutes walk) Randstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
    • eastbourne, east sussex
    • contract
    • £25,000 - £28,000, per year, benefits
    • full-time
    Are you an HR / Payroll Administrator available and looking for your next role ?Are you interested / available in a 12 month Fixed term contract ?Our client is looking to recruit a strong HR & Payroll Administrator to cover an exciting period of growth within the operations side of the business. Initially this is anticipated to be a 12 month contract (but has the possibility of extension / permanency.)The role will involve:As the first point of contact for all day to day HR queries and adhoc requests (via telephone, email and face-to-face), both internally and externally (e.g. reference requests, health insurance claims etc), the HR & Payroll Administrator will take responsibility for the following: Generate employee life cycle paperwork - contract change paperwork, exit interview paperwork.Note taking at HR and/or employee relations meetings and production of typed notesMaintain and update all HR records and employee files to ensure accurate records are kept at all times Recruitment System , candidate management supportPrepare and issue offer packages.Complete pre-employment reference and checksUpdate new starter software and database processesConduct induction programmes for new starters as required and ensure the relevant documentation is processed correctly.Maintain systems accuracy, user maintenance and data integrity.Participate in audits of the HR function as required.HR / Administration projects e.g. organisation of shared drivesCareers programme - administrative support, organising training and supporting planning and tracking.Attending online meetings and monthly payroll calls. The HR & Payroll Administrator will also be involved in processing Monthly Payroll for staff with responsibility to log all payroll related employee life cycle changes, such as new starter actions, pension and benefit changes, pay changes and leaver actions.The Candidate:Strong experience in an administrative environment - including relevant and in-depth experience in HR Administration ideally with a good knowledge of payroll Experience of HRIS systems with good PC skills particularly Microsoft PowerPoint, Word, Excel is also required. Applicants must possess strong attention to detail, good communication skills (written and verbal) and be able to prioritise own work and deal with confidential and sensitive information. A flexible approach with the ability to cope with a changing environment and priorities is a must.Apply now !For more details Contact Ian Davies Principal Consultant at Randstad on 0117 3116470 Randstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
    Are you an HR / Payroll Administrator available and looking for your next role ?Are you interested / available in a 12 month Fixed term contract ?Our client is looking to recruit a strong HR & Payroll Administrator to cover an exciting period of growth within the operations side of the business. Initially this is anticipated to be a 12 month contract (but has the possibility of extension / permanency.)The role will involve:As the first point of contact for all day to day HR queries and adhoc requests (via telephone, email and face-to-face), both internally and externally (e.g. reference requests, health insurance claims etc), the HR & Payroll Administrator will take responsibility for the following: Generate employee life cycle paperwork - contract change paperwork, exit interview paperwork.Note taking at HR and/or employee relations meetings and production of typed notesMaintain and update all HR records and employee files to ensure accurate records are kept at all times Recruitment System , candidate management supportPrepare and issue offer packages.Complete pre-employment reference and checksUpdate new starter software and database processesConduct induction programmes for new starters as required and ensure the relevant documentation is processed correctly.Maintain systems accuracy, user maintenance and data integrity.Participate in audits of the HR function as required.HR / Administration projects e.g. organisation of shared drivesCareers programme - administrative support, organising training and supporting planning and tracking.Attending online meetings and monthly payroll calls. The HR & Payroll Administrator will also be involved in processing Monthly Payroll for staff with responsibility to log all payroll related employee life cycle changes, such as new starter actions, pension and benefit changes, pay changes and leaver actions.The Candidate:Strong experience in an administrative environment - including relevant and in-depth experience in HR Administration ideally with a good knowledge of payroll Experience of HRIS systems with good PC skills particularly Microsoft PowerPoint, Word, Excel is also required. Applicants must possess strong attention to detail, good communication skills (written and verbal) and be able to prioritise own work and deal with confidential and sensitive information. A flexible approach with the ability to cope with a changing environment and priorities is a must.Apply now !For more details Contact Ian Davies Principal Consultant at Randstad on 0117 3116470 Randstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
    • halifax, west yorkshire
    • permanent
    • £25,000 - £30,000, per year, pro rata
    • full-time
    HR AdvisorHalifax£25000-£30000 salaryAre you looking to progress your career within HR? How would you like to work for one of the UK's leading brand marketing companies? If so, then read on...Our corporate client are recruiting for an experienced HR Advisor to join their team based in Halifax.Main Duties:Act as the first point of contact for all HR enquiries, providing accurate and timely advice via phone and e-mail to both managers and employeesAdvise and support managers on all HR issues including misconduct, discipline, grievance, absence management and performance managementBuild trust and rapport with internal colleagues, ensuring support is provided and discussion on case management is consultative in natureManage the induction process of the new startersKey Experience:Achieved or working towards CIPD Level 5/equivalent qualificationExperience of providing advice on a range of HR issuesAn understanding of HR policy, procedures and legislationIf you would like to find out more about this role, please apply with your CV today.Randstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
    HR AdvisorHalifax£25000-£30000 salaryAre you looking to progress your career within HR? How would you like to work for one of the UK's leading brand marketing companies? If so, then read on...Our corporate client are recruiting for an experienced HR Advisor to join their team based in Halifax.Main Duties:Act as the first point of contact for all HR enquiries, providing accurate and timely advice via phone and e-mail to both managers and employeesAdvise and support managers on all HR issues including misconduct, discipline, grievance, absence management and performance managementBuild trust and rapport with internal colleagues, ensuring support is provided and discussion on case management is consultative in natureManage the induction process of the new startersKey Experience:Achieved or working towards CIPD Level 5/equivalent qualificationExperience of providing advice on a range of HR issuesAn understanding of HR policy, procedures and legislationIf you would like to find out more about this role, please apply with your CV today.Randstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
    • birmingham, west midlands
    • contract
    • £45,136 - £49,062 per year
    • full-time
    Are you an experienced HR Change Manager looking for a new challenge? If so we have the perfect opportunity for you. Major Projects Manage the delivery of the change activity of the agile working project HR Workstream, including developing business impact assessments, stakeholder management, benefits management, training and communication planning. Working with the HR team to design, develop and activities as part of the agile project HR objectives. (This may include work on policies, contractual arrangements, engagement, consultation and organisational development.) Proactively seeking out and tackling change management issues that will prevent the delivery of business benefits in major projects, facilitating open communication and discussion between stakeholders. Support the Project Manager and those leading the development of change, stakeholder and communications plans, and provide assurance to the organisation that these are complete and appropriate. Provide clear communication channels to the key stakeholders on the progress of the project which are both continuous and highlight major milestone achievements as the project progresses. The identification of key areas of resistance and opportunities for improvement. Trouble-shooting activities on this project, analysing and implementing appropriate solutions either directly or through advising the HR and Project Management team on suitable approaches.About youEducated to degree level or equivalent experience, Experience with multiple significant organisational change initiatives Certification in Change Management - CMI, ACMP, PROSCI, etc., Relevant Masters level qualification (an advantage but not essential )Evidence of commitment to continuing professional development. Understanding of the political context and appreciation of priorities and challenges facing HEI's. (desirable but not essential ) Relevant Masters level qualification (an advantage but not essential )Understanding of the disciplines of project and programme management Excellent written and verbal communication skills Excellent interpersonal skills, especially facilitationBenefitsGenerous annual leave entitlement - 40 days including bank holidays and Christmas/New Year closure37 hour working weekMany family friendly policies to be taken advantage ofSickness/absence entitlementLocal Government Pension scheme - this is a defined benefit schemeLibrary facilities on all campusesTravel card schemeCar parkingCycle to work schemeCar share schemeOn site catering facilitiesExcellent access to CPD and development activitiesPlenty of non-curricular activity to participate in especially in health and wellbeing, and concerts at the Royal Birmingham ConservatoireRandstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
    Are you an experienced HR Change Manager looking for a new challenge? If so we have the perfect opportunity for you. Major Projects Manage the delivery of the change activity of the agile working project HR Workstream, including developing business impact assessments, stakeholder management, benefits management, training and communication planning. Working with the HR team to design, develop and activities as part of the agile project HR objectives. (This may include work on policies, contractual arrangements, engagement, consultation and organisational development.) Proactively seeking out and tackling change management issues that will prevent the delivery of business benefits in major projects, facilitating open communication and discussion between stakeholders. Support the Project Manager and those leading the development of change, stakeholder and communications plans, and provide assurance to the organisation that these are complete and appropriate. Provide clear communication channels to the key stakeholders on the progress of the project which are both continuous and highlight major milestone achievements as the project progresses. The identification of key areas of resistance and opportunities for improvement. Trouble-shooting activities on this project, analysing and implementing appropriate solutions either directly or through advising the HR and Project Management team on suitable approaches.About youEducated to degree level or equivalent experience, Experience with multiple significant organisational change initiatives Certification in Change Management - CMI, ACMP, PROSCI, etc., Relevant Masters level qualification (an advantage but not essential )Evidence of commitment to continuing professional development. Understanding of the political context and appreciation of priorities and challenges facing HEI's. (desirable but not essential ) Relevant Masters level qualification (an advantage but not essential )Understanding of the disciplines of project and programme management Excellent written and verbal communication skills Excellent interpersonal skills, especially facilitationBenefitsGenerous annual leave entitlement - 40 days including bank holidays and Christmas/New Year closure37 hour working weekMany family friendly policies to be taken advantage ofSickness/absence entitlementLocal Government Pension scheme - this is a defined benefit schemeLibrary facilities on all campusesTravel card schemeCar parkingCycle to work schemeCar share schemeOn site catering facilitiesExcellent access to CPD and development activitiesPlenty of non-curricular activity to participate in especially in health and wellbeing, and concerts at the Royal Birmingham ConservatoireRandstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
    • halesowen, west midlands
    • permanent
    • £25,000 - £30,000 per year
    • full-time
    Are you an experienced HR Advisor? Do you enjoy building relationships? Wanting to work in a fast-paced and busy environment, in a modern refurbished office? If the answer is yes, please keep reading. The Role:You will support our three HR Business Partners in providing a comprehensive, professional and pragmatic generalist HR support service to approximately 350 employees in our UK office.Key Duties:Own the delivery of operational HR processes such as absence and performance management.Monitor key HR statistics, such as sickness absence and staff turnover.Manage the HR inbox and provide advice and guidance to staff on general HR queries.Process starters and leavers, including carrying out pre-employment checks.Provide additional resource to the HR Business Partners, assisting in the delivery of strategic HR projects, and cyclical activities such as pay review.Continuously review and suggest improvements to processes and procedures, in order to maximise operational efficiency and effectiveness.Maintain an up-to-date knowledge of employment law, in relation to HR policies and procedures.Ensure accurate record management in accordance with relevant legislation such as GDPR.Any other duties, as assigned, that are compatible with the role.Skills and knowledge required:Prior experience in a HR role, or able to demonstrate relevant transferable skills gained in a work environment.Educated to a degree level, or equivalent experience. A high aptitude for learning is essential. A CIPD qualification is advantageous but not required.Commercially astute, able to work effectively with stakeholders to achieve business objectives.A strong work ethic, with a passion for the role, and a commitment to delivering work to a high standard.Excellent organisational skills and attention to detail.Able to build working relationships based on trust, respect and integrity.Highly adaptable and flexible approach.The ability to problem-solve and think innovatively, applying sound logic and reasoning.A desire to continually develop and improve.Benefits:Salary between £25-30k (dependant on experience)Flexi workFREE Breakfast and LunchFREE on site gymFREE parking at leisure centre (5 minutes walk)*This position would be great for graduate looking to get into HR and gain qualifications or an experienced HR administrator looking for a new challenge.*Randstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
    Are you an experienced HR Advisor? Do you enjoy building relationships? Wanting to work in a fast-paced and busy environment, in a modern refurbished office? If the answer is yes, please keep reading. The Role:You will support our three HR Business Partners in providing a comprehensive, professional and pragmatic generalist HR support service to approximately 350 employees in our UK office.Key Duties:Own the delivery of operational HR processes such as absence and performance management.Monitor key HR statistics, such as sickness absence and staff turnover.Manage the HR inbox and provide advice and guidance to staff on general HR queries.Process starters and leavers, including carrying out pre-employment checks.Provide additional resource to the HR Business Partners, assisting in the delivery of strategic HR projects, and cyclical activities such as pay review.Continuously review and suggest improvements to processes and procedures, in order to maximise operational efficiency and effectiveness.Maintain an up-to-date knowledge of employment law, in relation to HR policies and procedures.Ensure accurate record management in accordance with relevant legislation such as GDPR.Any other duties, as assigned, that are compatible with the role.Skills and knowledge required:Prior experience in a HR role, or able to demonstrate relevant transferable skills gained in a work environment.Educated to a degree level, or equivalent experience. A high aptitude for learning is essential. A CIPD qualification is advantageous but not required.Commercially astute, able to work effectively with stakeholders to achieve business objectives.A strong work ethic, with a passion for the role, and a commitment to delivering work to a high standard.Excellent organisational skills and attention to detail.Able to build working relationships based on trust, respect and integrity.Highly adaptable and flexible approach.The ability to problem-solve and think innovatively, applying sound logic and reasoning.A desire to continually develop and improve.Benefits:Salary between £25-30k (dependant on experience)Flexi workFREE Breakfast and LunchFREE on site gymFREE parking at leisure centre (5 minutes walk)*This position would be great for graduate looking to get into HR and gain qualifications or an experienced HR administrator looking for a new challenge.*Randstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
    • stratford, greater london
    • temporary
    • £10.00 - £10.85 per hour
    • full-time
    Do you have a background in customer service? Are you looking for a role that supports students? Have you graduated from university? We are looking for candidates to join a exciting team for a London based University. This candidates needs to have great phone manner, patience and excellent interpersonal skills.JOB PURPOSE:To provide first line support services to students, staff via telephone and electronic channels as appropriate, delivering a first-class system of advice, information and customer service whilst ensuring compliance with agreed service levels.MAIN DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:* Staff the Hub contact centre and deal with the full range of enrolment related student queries; diagnosing and resolving those that can be dealt with immediately at first line and effectively diagnosing, explaining and referring students to specialist services where required;* Ensuring the best possible service is provided to all stakeholders at all times;* To ensure that student queries are answered with the aim of a first touch resolutionand within our agreed response time/s* Direct and deliver students to relevant drop in services or schedule enrolmentappointments;Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.If you are interested and passionate about being a Telephone adviser and want to work for a London based University, don't hesitate, don't hesitate, apply today.Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.Randstad SWS acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad SWS is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
    Do you have a background in customer service? Are you looking for a role that supports students? Have you graduated from university? We are looking for candidates to join a exciting team for a London based University. This candidates needs to have great phone manner, patience and excellent interpersonal skills.JOB PURPOSE:To provide first line support services to students, staff via telephone and electronic channels as appropriate, delivering a first-class system of advice, information and customer service whilst ensuring compliance with agreed service levels.MAIN DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:* Staff the Hub contact centre and deal with the full range of enrolment related student queries; diagnosing and resolving those that can be dealt with immediately at first line and effectively diagnosing, explaining and referring students to specialist services where required;* Ensuring the best possible service is provided to all stakeholders at all times;* To ensure that student queries are answered with the aim of a first touch resolutionand within our agreed response time/s* Direct and deliver students to relevant drop in services or schedule enrolmentappointments;Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.If you are interested and passionate about being a Telephone adviser and want to work for a London based University, don't hesitate, don't hesitate, apply today.Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.Randstad SWS acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad SWS is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
    • fareham, hampshire
    • temporary
    • £14.00 - £15.00 per hour
    • full-time
    Are you highly organised and experienced in coordinating large groups of people? Do you have a HR, NEBOSH, EIS qualification or experience in Health and Safety? Do you have the ability to have difficult conversations and provide support to colleagues? We are recruiting for a local warehouse who's employees require COVID testing several times a week. We are looking for competent individual to support the nurses and other colleagues in ensuring an efficient process. This position would suit someone with experience in roles such as Events Coordinator, HR Adviser, Cabin Crew or any role in which you needed to coordinate people and look after H&S elements. Responsibilities:Coordinate facilities teams, nurses and other parts of the business Be on top of the whole COVID centre, ensure everyone knows what is going on Support +ve test results, tell them what the next steps are, where they need to go, who they need to tell, what will happen with their pay etc Support, wellbeing, high level of empathy Overall responsibility for ensuring the testing process is effectively and consistently managed, and where positive cases arise that these are proactively managed in a high-touch manner to ensure ongoing support for the individual and rapid response processes are implemented. Inform individuals of a positive test result in a high touch and sensitive mannerOffer support and advice to encourage individual wellbeing Personal Requirements:CIPD / NEBOSH / EIS qualificationExperience in EHS/ EIS / HRHigh touch approach essentialAbility to have difficult conversationsIndividual well being centricSupportive - high touch approachStructured and organised - ability to record and manage informationPragmatic and proactiveGood attention to detailRandstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
    Are you highly organised and experienced in coordinating large groups of people? Do you have a HR, NEBOSH, EIS qualification or experience in Health and Safety? Do you have the ability to have difficult conversations and provide support to colleagues? We are recruiting for a local warehouse who's employees require COVID testing several times a week. We are looking for competent individual to support the nurses and other colleagues in ensuring an efficient process. This position would suit someone with experience in roles such as Events Coordinator, HR Adviser, Cabin Crew or any role in which you needed to coordinate people and look after H&S elements. Responsibilities:Coordinate facilities teams, nurses and other parts of the business Be on top of the whole COVID centre, ensure everyone knows what is going on Support +ve test results, tell them what the next steps are, where they need to go, who they need to tell, what will happen with their pay etc Support, wellbeing, high level of empathy Overall responsibility for ensuring the testing process is effectively and consistently managed, and where positive cases arise that these are proactively managed in a high-touch manner to ensure ongoing support for the individual and rapid response processes are implemented. Inform individuals of a positive test result in a high touch and sensitive mannerOffer support and advice to encourage individual wellbeing Personal Requirements:CIPD / NEBOSH / EIS qualificationExperience in EHS/ EIS / HRHigh touch approach essentialAbility to have difficult conversationsIndividual well being centricSupportive - high touch approachStructured and organised - ability to record and manage informationPragmatic and proactiveGood attention to detailRandstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
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