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    • city of london, greater london
    • permanent
    • £20,000 - £26,000 per year
    • full-time
    Digby Morgan are excited to be working with a great organisation within the construction industry. They are looking for an experienced HR Administrator to join their team. This organisation is looking for a HR Vetting Administrator to provide accurate and effective administration in a timely manner. The selected candidate will be responsible for supporting the HRSS team with a specific focus on the vetting process. The ideal candidate will have experience in a HR Administrator role, and must have knowledge of home office and right to work legislation. The candidate should be able to manage their time effectively and be able to work on multiple tasks at the same time. Responsibilities include (but are not limited to): Maintaining and managing employee records on personnel files and HR system to ensure employee files meet all mandatory checksCo-ordination of DBS checks through the third-party providerCo-ordination of BPSS and any other background checks as required (by the business or clients/projects), ensuring renewals of checks are applied for and completed in a timely mannerMaintaining a vetting tracking system providing all details/status of applicationsEnsuring Right to Work ID checks are completed (with assistance from the wider HRSS team)Responding and dealing with incoming queries (escalating where needed)Work closely with the wider HR team when onboarding new starters requiring security/background checksTo undertake any other reasonable duties as requested by your line manager on a permanent/temporary basisThis is a permanent role based in the City of London, offering hybrid working.
    Digby Morgan are excited to be working with a great organisation within the construction industry. They are looking for an experienced HR Administrator to join their team. This organisation is looking for a HR Vetting Administrator to provide accurate and effective administration in a timely manner. The selected candidate will be responsible for supporting the HRSS team with a specific focus on the vetting process. The ideal candidate will have experience in a HR Administrator role, and must have knowledge of home office and right to work legislation. The candidate should be able to manage their time effectively and be able to work on multiple tasks at the same time. Responsibilities include (but are not limited to): Maintaining and managing employee records on personnel files and HR system to ensure employee files meet all mandatory checksCo-ordination of DBS checks through the third-party providerCo-ordination of BPSS and any other background checks as required (by the business or clients/projects), ensuring renewals of checks are applied for and completed in a timely mannerMaintaining a vetting tracking system providing all details/status of applicationsEnsuring Right to Work ID checks are completed (with assistance from the wider HRSS team)Responding and dealing with incoming queries (escalating where needed)Work closely with the wider HR team when onboarding new starters requiring security/background checksTo undertake any other reasonable duties as requested by your line manager on a permanent/temporary basisThis is a permanent role based in the City of London, offering hybrid working.
    • city of london, greater london
    • contract
    • £200 - £300 per day
    • full-time
    Digby Morgan are delighted to be working with a large and well established organsiation in the Financial Industry based in Central London. They are hoping for a professional and confident Employee Relations Advisor to join their organisation in a fast-paced and high-volume role. This organisation is a well-known name in the industry and they are looking for a passionate individual with proven ER experience to hit the ground running in this role. The successful ER Advisor will be motivated and high-performing, with a strong ability to work in a highly professional environment and manage stakeholders. Key attributes required for this role include: Experience having led non-complex and complex ER cases such as Grievance and Disciplinary investigations.Involvement in in TUPE or tribunal level ER cases will be strongly advantageousPreviously carried out or driven health and well-being initiativesManaged stakeholders of all levelsAbility to advise regarding organisational change.Previously provided ER advice on policies, procedures and practices.Possessing case management Systems knowledge and understanding will be strongly advantageous.Ability to work well in a team environment and hit the ground running.This will be a fixed term contract, initially lasting 6 months and is a hybrid role and will pay upto £300 per day.
    Digby Morgan are delighted to be working with a large and well established organsiation in the Financial Industry based in Central London. They are hoping for a professional and confident Employee Relations Advisor to join their organisation in a fast-paced and high-volume role. This organisation is a well-known name in the industry and they are looking for a passionate individual with proven ER experience to hit the ground running in this role. The successful ER Advisor will be motivated and high-performing, with a strong ability to work in a highly professional environment and manage stakeholders. Key attributes required for this role include: Experience having led non-complex and complex ER cases such as Grievance and Disciplinary investigations.Involvement in in TUPE or tribunal level ER cases will be strongly advantageousPreviously carried out or driven health and well-being initiativesManaged stakeholders of all levelsAbility to advise regarding organisational change.Previously provided ER advice on policies, procedures and practices.Possessing case management Systems knowledge and understanding will be strongly advantageous.Ability to work well in a team environment and hit the ground running.This will be a fixed term contract, initially lasting 6 months and is a hybrid role and will pay upto £300 per day.
    • london, greater london
    • work from home - contract
    • competitive
    • full-time
    Digby Morgan are thrilled to be working with an incredible organisation in the Finance industry. They are looking for a driven Recruitment Coordinator to join their friendly and growing team and provide support throughout the recruitment process. This role is fully remote and would be great for a recruitment professional who is immediately availableThis is a great opportunity for an ambitious Recruitment Professional seeking to develop their HR knowledge in a highly regarded organisation, with a reputation for providing unparalleled support and progression opportunities for its employees. This will be a 3 month, full-time fixed term contract, with a hourly rate of approximately £14.Key attributes required for this role:Minimum 1 years experience in recruitment Previously undertaking onboarding coordinationKnowledge of carrying out pre-employment checksPossessing Human Resource Systems knowledge and understanding will be strongly advantageous.
    Digby Morgan are thrilled to be working with an incredible organisation in the Finance industry. They are looking for a driven Recruitment Coordinator to join their friendly and growing team and provide support throughout the recruitment process. This role is fully remote and would be great for a recruitment professional who is immediately availableThis is a great opportunity for an ambitious Recruitment Professional seeking to develop their HR knowledge in a highly regarded organisation, with a reputation for providing unparalleled support and progression opportunities for its employees. This will be a 3 month, full-time fixed term contract, with a hourly rate of approximately £14.Key attributes required for this role:Minimum 1 years experience in recruitment Previously undertaking onboarding coordinationKnowledge of carrying out pre-employment checksPossessing Human Resource Systems knowledge and understanding will be strongly advantageous.
    • london, greater london
    • contract
    • £34,000 - £36,000 per year
    • full-time
    Digby Morgan are excited to be working with an incredible organisation in the construction sector located in East London. They are looking for a fantastic HR Advisor to join their team, reporting into the Senior HR Advisor. This organisation is looking for someone to support delivery of the HR service, working alongside people managers within the organisation. This is an employee relations focused role, with a fast-paced environment, dealing with high-volume and complex cases. The ideal candidate will be someone who is a good communicator, proactive, driven and enthusiastic in their approach to liaising with stakeholders.The successful candidate will be responsible for ensuring the best possible outcome for the business. You will need to be able to manage various elements of employee relation processes and update the team and wider business regularly on case performance and progress. Requirements: Previous experience in a HR Advisor roles, working in a multi-site, diverse operational environmentExperience dealing with high-volume, complex employee relation casesCIPD qualified This is a 12 month fixed-term contract role based in East London.
    Digby Morgan are excited to be working with an incredible organisation in the construction sector located in East London. They are looking for a fantastic HR Advisor to join their team, reporting into the Senior HR Advisor. This organisation is looking for someone to support delivery of the HR service, working alongside people managers within the organisation. This is an employee relations focused role, with a fast-paced environment, dealing with high-volume and complex cases. The ideal candidate will be someone who is a good communicator, proactive, driven and enthusiastic in their approach to liaising with stakeholders.The successful candidate will be responsible for ensuring the best possible outcome for the business. You will need to be able to manage various elements of employee relation processes and update the team and wider business regularly on case performance and progress. Requirements: Previous experience in a HR Advisor roles, working in a multi-site, diverse operational environmentExperience dealing with high-volume, complex employee relation casesCIPD qualified This is a 12 month fixed-term contract role based in East London.
    • london, greater london
    • contract
    • £28,000 - £35,000 per year
    • full-time
    Digby Morgan are excited to be working with a great organisation within the financial services industry. They are looking for an experienced HR Administrator to join their team on a fixed-term basis. This organisation is looking for a HR Administrator to provide support to the Senior HR Business Partner. The selected candidate will be responsible for onboarding and offboarding, assisting with payroll and other general admin duties. The ideal candidate will have experience in a HR Administrator role within the professional services sector. The candidate should be able to manage their time effectively and be able to work on multiple tasks at the same time. Responsibilities include (but are not limited to): Onboarding Issuing contractsInductions Offboarding-exit interviewsAssisting with payrollThis is a 3 month fixed-term contract role, with potential to go permanent, based in Central London, offering hybrid working (predominantly remote).
    Digby Morgan are excited to be working with a great organisation within the financial services industry. They are looking for an experienced HR Administrator to join their team on a fixed-term basis. This organisation is looking for a HR Administrator to provide support to the Senior HR Business Partner. The selected candidate will be responsible for onboarding and offboarding, assisting with payroll and other general admin duties. The ideal candidate will have experience in a HR Administrator role within the professional services sector. The candidate should be able to manage their time effectively and be able to work on multiple tasks at the same time. Responsibilities include (but are not limited to): Onboarding Issuing contractsInductions Offboarding-exit interviewsAssisting with payrollThis is a 3 month fixed-term contract role, with potential to go permanent, based in Central London, offering hybrid working (predominantly remote).
    • london, greater london
    • permanent
    Job Location: 2-3 times a week Tadworth, 1x week London Randstad Sourceright; where technology innovation and our exceptional human touch make us the market leaders in Global Recruitment Outsourcing (RPO), Managed Services Provider (MSP) programs, Statement of Work (SOW) and Blended Workforce Solutions. Working for a multi-country organisation, means working with clients and colleagues with diverse backgrounds. The Program Manager provides the client with a specialist service procurement program based on their bespoke service offering as per the client contract. Managing and controlling all aspects of ‘Statement of Work’ for the client company across multiple regions. Responsible for implementing, directing, continuously improving and innovating the service procurement program. You will be responsible for   developing and/or delivering the SOW programme and outcomes, including compliance, financial goals and combined management of the MSP with multiple global sites and suppliers -providing direction and guidance to the SOW procurement specialists  sharing performance of the SOW programme and possible opportunities with relevant internal stakeholders while keeping ownership developing and/or delivering budget plans for SOW being familiar with contract schedules & contractual terms and having the ability to execute against them building own capabilities and develops the capabilities of direct reports by working within existing development framework; provides specialized training or coaching in the area of SOW expertise to others throughout the organization supplier management and evaluation being a spokesperson for state of the art SOW recruitment strategies and process optimization regarding the team to internal and external stakeholders.  The successful candidate MUST   be a Statement of Work/ Procurement subject matter expert with experience leading and scoping out large complex SOW requirements have experience in the negotiation of SOW contracts and understanding of liabilities and indemnities be CIPS qualified or similar (ideally Level 5 +) have extensive experience in a procurement environment managing globally complex Services Procurement solutions possess extensive knowledge of contingent recruitment In return you will receive   opportunity to work with a world class global recruitment business with leading technology, tools and innovation which allow our teams to focus on the human side of recruitment and provide a first class experience to both our clients and our candidates excellent benefits package including holidays which can be bought and sold and a competitive share scheme flexible working, ability to work from home mixed with onsite client presence.     Please apply today to join our world class team.
    Job Location: 2-3 times a week Tadworth, 1x week London Randstad Sourceright; where technology innovation and our exceptional human touch make us the market leaders in Global Recruitment Outsourcing (RPO), Managed Services Provider (MSP) programs, Statement of Work (SOW) and Blended Workforce Solutions. Working for a multi-country organisation, means working with clients and colleagues with diverse backgrounds. The Program Manager provides the client with a specialist service procurement program based on their bespoke service offering as per the client contract. Managing and controlling all aspects of ‘Statement of Work’ for the client company across multiple regions. Responsible for implementing, directing, continuously improving and innovating the service procurement program. You will be responsible for   developing and/or delivering the SOW programme and outcomes, including compliance, financial goals and combined management of the MSP with multiple global sites and suppliers -providing direction and guidance to the SOW procurement specialists  sharing performance of the SOW programme and possible opportunities with relevant internal stakeholders while keeping ownership developing and/or delivering budget plans for SOW being familiar with contract schedules & contractual terms and having the ability to execute against them building own capabilities and develops the capabilities of direct reports by working within existing development framework; provides specialized training or coaching in the area of SOW expertise to others throughout the organization supplier management and evaluation being a spokesperson for state of the art SOW recruitment strategies and process optimization regarding the team to internal and external stakeholders.  The successful candidate MUST   be a Statement of Work/ Procurement subject matter expert with experience leading and scoping out large complex SOW requirements have experience in the negotiation of SOW contracts and understanding of liabilities and indemnities be CIPS qualified or similar (ideally Level 5 +) have extensive experience in a procurement environment managing globally complex Services Procurement solutions possess extensive knowledge of contingent recruitment In return you will receive   opportunity to work with a world class global recruitment business with leading technology, tools and innovation which allow our teams to focus on the human side of recruitment and provide a first class experience to both our clients and our candidates excellent benefits package including holidays which can be bought and sold and a competitive share scheme flexible working, ability to work from home mixed with onsite client presence.     Please apply today to join our world class team.

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