46 jobs found for human resources - Page 1

filter2
clear all
    • pershore, herefordshire
    • permanent
    • £29,000 - £32,000 per year
    • full-time
    Are you an experienced HR Advisor / Officer looking to take your next step in the world of HR? Are you looking for a fast-paced environment with a variety of challenges to develop your HR skills? If so keep reading... This is an exciting opportunity for a stand-alone HR Generalist to get stuck in and take full responsibility of all HR aspects in relation to the employee life cycle across 150 employees. You will have the benefit of administrative support and access to legal advice and guidance via the CIPD.ResponsibilitiesInductionsSupporting Line Managers through Employee Relations cases e.g., Disciplinary / Grievance meetings & investigationsMaintenance of employee records, training records & driving licence information.Recruitment Lifecycle (including job descriptions, advertising, arranging and supporting interviews, eligibility to work screening, working with agencies.)Staff liaisonTime and attendance monitoring and reporting.Health and Safety representativeProviding support and guidance to Directors on people strategyEnsuring all policies and procedures comply with current employment legislationCo-ordinate training for all staffAbout you?Experience in an HR Advisor or HR Officer roleExperience in disciplinary and absence managementMust be an organised person who is approachable, reliable and flexible, and a good communicator.Must be able to work individually on own initiative but also be a good team member.The ideal candidate will be a confident Microsoft office userUse of Sage would be beneficial Role£29,000 - £32,000Office basedMon - Friday 8:30am-5pm / 8am-4.30pm (can be flexible)25 days + BH + Loyalty schemePrivate Health careCan look to support on CIPD qualification Interviews are taking place, apply 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.
    Are you an experienced HR Advisor / Officer looking to take your next step in the world of HR? Are you looking for a fast-paced environment with a variety of challenges to develop your HR skills? If so keep reading... This is an exciting opportunity for a stand-alone HR Generalist to get stuck in and take full responsibility of all HR aspects in relation to the employee life cycle across 150 employees. You will have the benefit of administrative support and access to legal advice and guidance via the CIPD.ResponsibilitiesInductionsSupporting Line Managers through Employee Relations cases e.g., Disciplinary / Grievance meetings & investigationsMaintenance of employee records, training records & driving licence information.Recruitment Lifecycle (including job descriptions, advertising, arranging and supporting interviews, eligibility to work screening, working with agencies.)Staff liaisonTime and attendance monitoring and reporting.Health and Safety representativeProviding support and guidance to Directors on people strategyEnsuring all policies and procedures comply with current employment legislationCo-ordinate training for all staffAbout you?Experience in an HR Advisor or HR Officer roleExperience in disciplinary and absence managementMust be an organised person who is approachable, reliable and flexible, and a good communicator.Must be able to work individually on own initiative but also be a good team member.The ideal candidate will be a confident Microsoft office userUse of Sage would be beneficial Role£29,000 - £32,000Office basedMon - Friday 8:30am-5pm / 8am-4.30pm (can be flexible)25 days + BH + Loyalty schemePrivate Health careCan look to support on CIPD qualification Interviews are taking place, apply 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.
    • north west london, greater london
    • permanent
    • £30,000 - £34,000 per year
    • full-time
    Digby Morgan are excited to be working with a great organisation within the pharmaceuticals sector. They are looking for a HR Generalist to join their team, reporting directly into the Senior HR Manager.This organisation is looking for someone who has 3-5 years experience as a HR Generalist, with strong Excel skills. The successful candidate will be confident in Vlookups, pivot tables and manipulating data. This is a permanent role, based in North West London. The organisation offers hybrid working and even a 4 day working week! If you are interested, please apply! This position is to start as soon as possible!
    Digby Morgan are excited to be working with a great organisation within the pharmaceuticals sector. They are looking for a HR Generalist to join their team, reporting directly into the Senior HR Manager.This organisation is looking for someone who has 3-5 years experience as a HR Generalist, with strong Excel skills. The successful candidate will be confident in Vlookups, pivot tables and manipulating data. This is a permanent role, based in North West London. The organisation offers hybrid working and even a 4 day working week! If you are interested, please apply! This position is to start as soon as possible!
    • cwmbran, torfaen
    • temporary
    • £13.92 per hour
    • full-time
    We are currently recruiting for an experienced HR Officer to come and join a great team based out of Cwmbran. This role is initially being advertised as a 12 month assignment but could lead to a permanent role. The days of work would be Monday to Friday and, working 37 hours a week. Job PurposeProvides support the implementation and adherence of HR policies, procedures and process, ensuring effective support the colleagues, line mangers and individuals, in all aspects of the HR Life CycleThe role will provide support and signposting to activities such as maternity, return to work meetings and flexible working requests. Main Duties Provides advice, guidance and information or signposting to managers or staff on a variety of issues (including HR policies and procedures, recruitment, interview, terms and conditions, maternity and family friendly procedures, attendance management and fairness at work).Research and analysis into emerging employment legislation, best practice and internal trends to support senior HR colleagues.Assist in the development of HR systems to improve effectiveness.Completes HR analysis and reporting operations and ensures proper reporting to stakeholdersCo-ordinate HR processes including maternity, flexible working, special leave, absence. Support HR projects, policy, procedures and process reviews.Support the HR Business Partners and HR Leads in the res completion of all related HRBP operations tasks (incl. HR administration, induction, job evaluation, attendance management, performance management, interviews, inductionEssential Skills Level 5 Advanced Diploma or equivalent qualification in Human Resources or work to obtain the qualification within an agreed timescale. Associate member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development Relevant experience in the HR field and working in a multi-disciplined / multi-site organisation.Must have experience of research and development of HR policy and procedure development.Must have experience of providing advice and guidance to line managers on HR related matters.Experience of using HR/Payroll systems and provision of management information.Must have experience of delivering presentations and briefing sessions.Proficient understanding and know how in HR processes (including induction, recruitment, performance management, terms and conditions, maternity and family friendly procedures, attendance management and fairness at work)Ability to apply financial or technical data knowledge, to provide relevant analysis in order to drive results and effective decision making.Understands the impact of legislation and law regulations, relevant to the function.Must be IT literate and have a good working practical knowledge of Microsoft Office packages including Word and Excel.If you feel you are right for the role apply 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.
    We are currently recruiting for an experienced HR Officer to come and join a great team based out of Cwmbran. This role is initially being advertised as a 12 month assignment but could lead to a permanent role. The days of work would be Monday to Friday and, working 37 hours a week. Job PurposeProvides support the implementation and adherence of HR policies, procedures and process, ensuring effective support the colleagues, line mangers and individuals, in all aspects of the HR Life CycleThe role will provide support and signposting to activities such as maternity, return to work meetings and flexible working requests. Main Duties Provides advice, guidance and information or signposting to managers or staff on a variety of issues (including HR policies and procedures, recruitment, interview, terms and conditions, maternity and family friendly procedures, attendance management and fairness at work).Research and analysis into emerging employment legislation, best practice and internal trends to support senior HR colleagues.Assist in the development of HR systems to improve effectiveness.Completes HR analysis and reporting operations and ensures proper reporting to stakeholdersCo-ordinate HR processes including maternity, flexible working, special leave, absence. Support HR projects, policy, procedures and process reviews.Support the HR Business Partners and HR Leads in the res completion of all related HRBP operations tasks (incl. HR administration, induction, job evaluation, attendance management, performance management, interviews, inductionEssential Skills Level 5 Advanced Diploma or equivalent qualification in Human Resources or work to obtain the qualification within an agreed timescale. Associate member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development Relevant experience in the HR field and working in a multi-disciplined / multi-site organisation.Must have experience of research and development of HR policy and procedure development.Must have experience of providing advice and guidance to line managers on HR related matters.Experience of using HR/Payroll systems and provision of management information.Must have experience of delivering presentations and briefing sessions.Proficient understanding and know how in HR processes (including induction, recruitment, performance management, terms and conditions, maternity and family friendly procedures, attendance management and fairness at work)Ability to apply financial or technical data knowledge, to provide relevant analysis in order to drive results and effective decision making.Understands the impact of legislation and law regulations, relevant to the function.Must be IT literate and have a good working practical knowledge of Microsoft Office packages including Word and Excel.If you feel you are right for the role apply 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.
    • north london, greater london
    • contract
    • £25,000 - £27,500 per year
    • full-time
    Digby Morgan are excited to be working with a great organisation within the construction sector. They are looking for a HR Assistant to join their friendly Shared Services team, and help with the increased workload. This organisation is looking for someone who is customer focused, motivated and a clear communicator. The ideal candidate will have efficient and accurate administrator experience, ideally from a HR function, with an interest in HR and/or part CIPD qualified. Responsibilities include (but are not limited to): Support the end-to-end employee life cycle working in an efficient and customer focused manner Ensure data integrity and accuracy of employee information in the relevant HR databases Support the HR team with ad-hoc project work Work in strict confidentiality This is an 8 month fixed-term contract, with offices based in North London and Surrey.
    Digby Morgan are excited to be working with a great organisation within the construction sector. They are looking for a HR Assistant to join their friendly Shared Services team, and help with the increased workload. This organisation is looking for someone who is customer focused, motivated and a clear communicator. The ideal candidate will have efficient and accurate administrator experience, ideally from a HR function, with an interest in HR and/or part CIPD qualified. Responsibilities include (but are not limited to): Support the end-to-end employee life cycle working in an efficient and customer focused manner Ensure data integrity and accuracy of employee information in the relevant HR databases Support the HR team with ad-hoc project work Work in strict confidentiality This is an 8 month fixed-term contract, with offices based in North London and Surrey.
    • leeds, west yorkshire
    • work from home - contract
    • full-time
    An exciting vacancy has become available to join an established and highly regarded company in its market on a month FTC.Within this position you will be taking a lead role in the recruitment of graduate and apprenticeship vacancy's.You will be responsible for:Partnering with stakeholders across the business to understand their hiring needsLiaising with external bodies (Schools, Collages, University's) to attract interest in careers with the company Bringing new and innovative ideas to improve the marketing strategy to drive forward the early careers objectiveSupport the development of future talentRunning virtual and in person assessment centres to identify high calibre candidatesTo be successful in this role:It is essential that you have previous experience with Graduate and Apprenticeship recruitment and have a strong understanding of the process's Previous experience running assessment centres is also essential Experience organising talks/events with educations sectorsThis is a full time remove opportunity with some travel required for fulfilment of the role such as attending in person assessment centres. On offer highly competitive salary and company benefits along with the opportunity off adding value to those looking for their first step into their career. Apply now for immediate consideration. 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.
    An exciting vacancy has become available to join an established and highly regarded company in its market on a month FTC.Within this position you will be taking a lead role in the recruitment of graduate and apprenticeship vacancy's.You will be responsible for:Partnering with stakeholders across the business to understand their hiring needsLiaising with external bodies (Schools, Collages, University's) to attract interest in careers with the company Bringing new and innovative ideas to improve the marketing strategy to drive forward the early careers objectiveSupport the development of future talentRunning virtual and in person assessment centres to identify high calibre candidatesTo be successful in this role:It is essential that you have previous experience with Graduate and Apprenticeship recruitment and have a strong understanding of the process's Previous experience running assessment centres is also essential Experience organising talks/events with educations sectorsThis is a full time remove opportunity with some travel required for fulfilment of the role such as attending in person assessment centres. On offer highly competitive salary and company benefits along with the opportunity off adding value to those looking for their first step into their career. Apply now for immediate consideration. 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.
    • morpeth, northumberland
    • temp to perm
    • £26.00 - £40.00 per hour
    • full-time
    Mental Health NurseNHS Mental Health Wards in Morpeth, NorthumberlandFull or Part TimeDay or Night shifts Excellent Pay rates- £26-£40 per hourWe have an exciting opportunity available for a committed Mental Health Nurse to join a friendly, hard-working team within an NHS mental health hospital in Morpeth. All colleagues play their part in ensuring that an excellent standard of care is delivered, and that patient wellbeing is at the heart of every decision.If you are a Mental Health Nurse who wants an opportunity to make a real difference to the lives of the patients they look after, you will certainly enjoy your working experience on this ward! If you are diligent, compassionate and committed - we want to hear from you!The NHS Trust it falls within was given an 'Outstanding' rating by the Care Quality Commission (CQC), and is devoted to ensuring they are one of the leading Mental Health Trusts in the country.Specialist wards available:· Rehabilitation and Recovery· Adult acute admission ward· Adult rehabilitation ward· Mother and Baby· Older people's ward· Older people's wardsThe ideal candidate will· Be a qualified Mental Health Nurse with a minimum of 6 months post-qualifying experience.· Be committed to all elements of the NMC Code of Conduct, and be passionate about making sure they live and breathe the core values on a daily basis at work.· Be open to supporting on all wards to fit the needs of the service.· Be a true advocate for patients who are in the acute phase of their illness, and are often at their most vulnerable.· Be a committed team player and be willing to support/mentor other more junior staff on the ward, i.e. Healthcare Assistants, to ensure that they are always giving a quality standard of care.· Have the ability to engage and build a rapport with vulnerable patients aged 18-65, and try different approaches with each individual if needed.· Be confident in verbal de-escalation and medication administration/management.· Be willing to assist in managing admissions onto the ward (if required)· Be willing to act as 'shift lead' when required, and be responsible for dividing up observation duties, completing shift allocations for the next cohort of staff, writing tribunal reports, updating care plans etc.· DBS check.Benefits to the Mental Health Nurse include:· 24hr support available from Randstad, and having one dedicated consultant and point of contact, who knows you and your needs.· Access to free, accredited training (both practical and online) which contributes to your NMC revalidation requirements for participatory learning.· Excellent rates of pay - overtime rates for weekend, night and Bank Holiday working.· £300 referral voucher given every time you refer a friend to work for Randstad.· Access to the exclusive Randstad Ambassador Club and the ability to climb to a higher tier 1, 3, and 5 years of continuous service.· Benefits and discounts app offering you amazing discounts on high street brands, restaurants, holidays and much more.Requirements:· Qualified Mental Health Nurse· Valid NMC registration· Enhanced DBS checkIf you wish to apply for this role or would like to discuss any of the other opportunities we have then please contact Sarah from the Newcastle Nursing team on 0191 2331381 or click Apply below.Randstad Care acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Care is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.Did you know that Randstad Care have been awarded a place on the National Clinical Staffing Framework for the NHS? This means we will be able to bring you more opportunities within nursing & midwifery and clinical staffing.
    Mental Health NurseNHS Mental Health Wards in Morpeth, NorthumberlandFull or Part TimeDay or Night shifts Excellent Pay rates- £26-£40 per hourWe have an exciting opportunity available for a committed Mental Health Nurse to join a friendly, hard-working team within an NHS mental health hospital in Morpeth. All colleagues play their part in ensuring that an excellent standard of care is delivered, and that patient wellbeing is at the heart of every decision.If you are a Mental Health Nurse who wants an opportunity to make a real difference to the lives of the patients they look after, you will certainly enjoy your working experience on this ward! If you are diligent, compassionate and committed - we want to hear from you!The NHS Trust it falls within was given an 'Outstanding' rating by the Care Quality Commission (CQC), and is devoted to ensuring they are one of the leading Mental Health Trusts in the country.Specialist wards available:· Rehabilitation and Recovery· Adult acute admission ward· Adult rehabilitation ward· Mother and Baby· Older people's ward· Older people's wardsThe ideal candidate will· Be a qualified Mental Health Nurse with a minimum of 6 months post-qualifying experience.· Be committed to all elements of the NMC Code of Conduct, and be passionate about making sure they live and breathe the core values on a daily basis at work.· Be open to supporting on all wards to fit the needs of the service.· Be a true advocate for patients who are in the acute phase of their illness, and are often at their most vulnerable.· Be a committed team player and be willing to support/mentor other more junior staff on the ward, i.e. Healthcare Assistants, to ensure that they are always giving a quality standard of care.· Have the ability to engage and build a rapport with vulnerable patients aged 18-65, and try different approaches with each individual if needed.· Be confident in verbal de-escalation and medication administration/management.· Be willing to assist in managing admissions onto the ward (if required)· Be willing to act as 'shift lead' when required, and be responsible for dividing up observation duties, completing shift allocations for the next cohort of staff, writing tribunal reports, updating care plans etc.· DBS check.Benefits to the Mental Health Nurse include:· 24hr support available from Randstad, and having one dedicated consultant and point of contact, who knows you and your needs.· Access to free, accredited training (both practical and online) which contributes to your NMC revalidation requirements for participatory learning.· Excellent rates of pay - overtime rates for weekend, night and Bank Holiday working.· £300 referral voucher given every time you refer a friend to work for Randstad.· Access to the exclusive Randstad Ambassador Club and the ability to climb to a higher tier 1, 3, and 5 years of continuous service.· Benefits and discounts app offering you amazing discounts on high street brands, restaurants, holidays and much more.Requirements:· Qualified Mental Health Nurse· Valid NMC registration· Enhanced DBS checkIf you wish to apply for this role or would like to discuss any of the other opportunities we have then please contact Sarah from the Newcastle Nursing team on 0191 2331381 or click Apply below.Randstad Care acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Care is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.Did you know that Randstad Care have been awarded a place on the National Clinical Staffing Framework for the NHS? This means we will be able to bring you more opportunities within nursing & midwifery and clinical staffing.
    • belfast, belfast
    • temporary
    • £35,000 - £36,000 per year
    • full-time
    Randstad have an opportunity available for an experienced HR Manager to join the expanding team at Belfast Metropolitan College for a initial contract of 6 - 9 months with scope for extension.Candidates must be available to work on site in Belfast and remotely. BenefitsOpportunity to work at one of the UK's largest FE / HE colleges£19.04 per hour36 hours per week as standardCanteen Free on site parking Campus bus service available Requirements Hold a relevant professional qualification - level 6 and above3 years plus experience in an HR role Experience of developing, implementing and managing customer and delivery focused strategies for HR issuesHR line management experience Excellent MS Office skillsCandidates will be subject to enhanced vetting and compliance due to the nature of this workResponsibilitiesEnsure that the HR Operations provision is executed to an exceptional level at all times through leading and developing a team of HR Services Assistants Advise, coach, up-skill, lead, develop and manage the HR Operations team that results in the delivery of a knowledgeable, engaged and motivated teamEnsure the accurate and consistent delivery of key transactional HR activitiesManage and oversee the administration of the monthly payroll elementsEnsure the effective administration for an end-to-end recruitment serviceEnsure the delivery of a first level response for managers and staff on employment queriesFull job description available for suitable candidatesRandstad 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 Manager to join the expanding team at Belfast Metropolitan College for a initial contract of 6 - 9 months with scope for extension.Candidates must be available to work on site in Belfast and remotely. BenefitsOpportunity to work at one of the UK's largest FE / HE colleges£19.04 per hour36 hours per week as standardCanteen Free on site parking Campus bus service available Requirements Hold a relevant professional qualification - level 6 and above3 years plus experience in an HR role Experience of developing, implementing and managing customer and delivery focused strategies for HR issuesHR line management experience Excellent MS Office skillsCandidates will be subject to enhanced vetting and compliance due to the nature of this workResponsibilitiesEnsure that the HR Operations provision is executed to an exceptional level at all times through leading and developing a team of HR Services Assistants Advise, coach, up-skill, lead, develop and manage the HR Operations team that results in the delivery of a knowledgeable, engaged and motivated teamEnsure the accurate and consistent delivery of key transactional HR activitiesManage and oversee the administration of the monthly payroll elementsEnsure the effective administration for an end-to-end recruitment serviceEnsure the delivery of a first level response for managers and staff on employment queriesFull job description available for suitable candidatesRandstad 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.
    • chester, cheshire
    • permanent
    • £24,000 - £26,000, per year, Company benefits and events
    • full-time
    An established and well known outsourcing company require a HR and Payroll Administrator to join their social and collaborative business. This role will support and assist the office manager, you will be: Assisting with basic HR administrative duties such as Payroll related HR matters, Compliance/ RTWAssisting with Payroll Administration Speaking with clients around PSL servicesOther ad-hock duties as requestedThis role will suit someone with an understanding of UK right to work requirements and compliance along with understanding of weekly payroll processing and is a strong administrator. This is a permanent, full time opportunity with a salary on offer of around £25k along with 25 days holiday + BH, company benefits and company paid events. Please apply now for immediate consideration.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.
    An established and well known outsourcing company require a HR and Payroll Administrator to join their social and collaborative business. This role will support and assist the office manager, you will be: Assisting with basic HR administrative duties such as Payroll related HR matters, Compliance/ RTWAssisting with Payroll Administration Speaking with clients around PSL servicesOther ad-hock duties as requestedThis role will suit someone with an understanding of UK right to work requirements and compliance along with understanding of weekly payroll processing and is a strong administrator. This is a permanent, full time opportunity with a salary on offer of around £25k along with 25 days holiday + BH, company benefits and company paid events. Please apply now for immediate consideration.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.
    • liverpool, merseyside
    • contract
    • £19,000 - £25,000 per year
    • full-time
    Digby Morgan are excited to be working with a great organisation within the confectionery sector. They are looking for a Recruitment Administrator to join their friendly Operator team, and help with the increased workload. This position will be reporting directly into the Employee Life Manager. This organisation is looking for someone with proven experience of HR or Recruitment administration, ideally in an HR Service Centre or similar environmentThe role encompasses all recruitment admin and candidate, hiring manager contact across a fairly high volume of operator roles.Responsibilities include (but are not limited to): Provide excellent customer service and manage ongoing communication with all partners Support Line Managers with their recruitment Provide guidance and coaching to line managers about the recruitment process in pladisAnswer candidate queriesCreate and issue accurate offers of employmentEnsure all pre-employment clearances are completed to maintain complianceUse the case management and HR system to record and maintain accurate records about activities and tasks undertaken This is a 9 month fixed-term contract, with potential to be extended or go permanent. This role is based in Liverpool, offering hybrid working.
    Digby Morgan are excited to be working with a great organisation within the confectionery sector. They are looking for a Recruitment Administrator to join their friendly Operator team, and help with the increased workload. This position will be reporting directly into the Employee Life Manager. This organisation is looking for someone with proven experience of HR or Recruitment administration, ideally in an HR Service Centre or similar environmentThe role encompasses all recruitment admin and candidate, hiring manager contact across a fairly high volume of operator roles.Responsibilities include (but are not limited to): Provide excellent customer service and manage ongoing communication with all partners Support Line Managers with their recruitment Provide guidance and coaching to line managers about the recruitment process in pladisAnswer candidate queriesCreate and issue accurate offers of employmentEnsure all pre-employment clearances are completed to maintain complianceUse the case management and HR system to record and maintain accurate records about activities and tasks undertaken This is a 9 month fixed-term contract, with potential to be extended or go permanent. This role is based in Liverpool, offering hybrid working.
    • leeds, west yorkshire
    • contract
    • full-time
    A Large UK based, family owned business is looking to recruit an experienced Data Analyst to work within their HR team. This role is responsible for collating and visually presenting data that will influence decisions in various areas of the business on a weekly, monthly and quarterly basis. You will need to be able to discuss the presentations with the wider HR team around the trends, issues and gaps and be the first point of contact for stakeholders around data queries. There will also be the opportunity to provide recommendations and be involved in system improvements. The successful person will:EssentialHave previous experience of working with large volumes of raw data Have previous experience collating data into visually pleasing and informal presentationsAbility to interpret the data and the confidence to discuss your findings with the wider HR team Advanced excel skills - ability to turn data into charts and pivot tablesAdvanced PowerPoint skillsAnalytic thinker with the ability to be organised whist working at fast pace DesirableExperience analysing HR specific data or a strong understanding of HR Experience with iTrent and Business ObjectsKnowledge of other HR SystemsHR Degree or CIPD level 5This is a full time remote working opportunity but will require travel to other UK based offices occasionally. 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.
    A Large UK based, family owned business is looking to recruit an experienced Data Analyst to work within their HR team. This role is responsible for collating and visually presenting data that will influence decisions in various areas of the business on a weekly, monthly and quarterly basis. You will need to be able to discuss the presentations with the wider HR team around the trends, issues and gaps and be the first point of contact for stakeholders around data queries. There will also be the opportunity to provide recommendations and be involved in system improvements. The successful person will:EssentialHave previous experience of working with large volumes of raw data Have previous experience collating data into visually pleasing and informal presentationsAbility to interpret the data and the confidence to discuss your findings with the wider HR team Advanced excel skills - ability to turn data into charts and pivot tablesAdvanced PowerPoint skillsAnalytic thinker with the ability to be organised whist working at fast pace DesirableExperience analysing HR specific data or a strong understanding of HR Experience with iTrent and Business ObjectsKnowledge of other HR SystemsHR Degree or CIPD level 5This is a full time remote working opportunity but will require travel to other UK based offices occasionally. 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.
    • belfast, belfast
    • temporary
    • £19 per year
    • full-time
    Randstad have an opportunity available for an experience HR Business Partner to join the expanding team at Belfast Metropolitan College.Candidates must be available to work on site in Belfast and remotely. BenefitsOpportunity to work at one of the UK's largest FE / HE colleges£19.04 per hour36 hours per week as standardCanteen Free on site parking Campus bus service available Requirements Hold a relevant professional qualification - level 6 and above3 years plus experience in an HR role Employee Relations Experience Recruitment Experience Candidates will be subject to enhanced vetting and compliance due to the nature of this workResponsibilitiesTo advise on and contribute to the development of HR policies, strategies and business plans within allocated work areas which enable operational and corporate aims and objectives to be achievedTo provide coaching and mentoring to managers in allocated work areas in the implementation of robust employee relations, recruitment and selection and performance management processes to facilitate shared responsibility for the management of people and ensuring that HR matters are effectively and consistently dealt with.To guide managers on the optimum utilisation and deployment of resources within allocated work areas including monitoring the use of temporary workers.To implement proactive employee relations initiatives and provide management guidance on all aspects of employee relations.To work with and advise managers in allocated work areas on the investigation and resolution of complaints, issues and concerns regarding employment practices originating from various sources, including but not limited to grievances both internal and external.To work with and advise managers in allocated work areas on all disciplinary matters to bring about a resolution and minimise the risk of litigation.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.
    Randstad have an opportunity available for an experience HR Business Partner to join the expanding team at Belfast Metropolitan College.Candidates must be available to work on site in Belfast and remotely. BenefitsOpportunity to work at one of the UK's largest FE / HE colleges£19.04 per hour36 hours per week as standardCanteen Free on site parking Campus bus service available Requirements Hold a relevant professional qualification - level 6 and above3 years plus experience in an HR role Employee Relations Experience Recruitment Experience Candidates will be subject to enhanced vetting and compliance due to the nature of this workResponsibilitiesTo advise on and contribute to the development of HR policies, strategies and business plans within allocated work areas which enable operational and corporate aims and objectives to be achievedTo provide coaching and mentoring to managers in allocated work areas in the implementation of robust employee relations, recruitment and selection and performance management processes to facilitate shared responsibility for the management of people and ensuring that HR matters are effectively and consistently dealt with.To guide managers on the optimum utilisation and deployment of resources within allocated work areas including monitoring the use of temporary workers.To implement proactive employee relations initiatives and provide management guidance on all aspects of employee relations.To work with and advise managers in allocated work areas on the investigation and resolution of complaints, issues and concerns regarding employment practices originating from various sources, including but not limited to grievances both internal and external.To work with and advise managers in allocated work areas on all disciplinary matters to bring about a resolution and minimise the risk of litigation.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
    • permanent
    • £40,000 per year
    • part-time
    We are looking for an experienced and competent HR Manager that wants to work on a part-time basis for a growing and progressive company based in Birmingham.This is a fantastic opportunity to take responsibility of the HR Function alongside their third party HR provider with comprehensive, professional and pragmatic generalist HR support service to approximately 400+ employees across the UK.Please note this role will be 4 days per week.Daily ResponsibilitiesBe responsible for the delivery of operational HR processes such as absence, performance management, disciplinaires, lateness and sickness absence. Monitor key HR statistics, such as sickness absence and staff turnover.Supporting management and team leaders with HR support and knowledge Process starters and leavers, including carrying out pre-employment checks.Advise, support and update HR policies, procedures and processesEnsure accurate record management in accordance with relevant legislation such as GDPR.Ensuring HR documentation is updated to comply with latest legislation, sound HR practices and to promote diversity and inclusion.Keep up to date with external trends and best practice in the areas of expertise and HR more broadlyContinuously drive improvements in tools and policies through external market trends, insight and internal best practiceDevelop and manage partnerships with external providers to support HR processesWorking the managers and directors to achieve business objectives Develop disciplinary and performance issue processes, manage grievances, and implement disciplinary procedures, interpret, and advise on employment lawAny other duties, as assigned, that are compatible with the role.About you?Experience as a HR Manager in a stand alone roleExperience working with HR third party service provider CIPD qualified or working towards Proven ability to implement policies and proceduresExperienced working within the NHS / public sector would be advantageous A passion for the role, and a commitment to delivering work to a high standard.Strong stakeholder managementHighly adaptable and flexible approach.Excellent organisational skills and attention to detail. Strong knowledge of UK Employment LawThe Role£40,000 pro rata4 days per week8.00 AM - 16:00 PMParking on-site Permanent 25 days + BHLocation: Fort Dunlop Don't miss out on this fantastic opportunity, apply 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.
    We are looking for an experienced and competent HR Manager that wants to work on a part-time basis for a growing and progressive company based in Birmingham.This is a fantastic opportunity to take responsibility of the HR Function alongside their third party HR provider with comprehensive, professional and pragmatic generalist HR support service to approximately 400+ employees across the UK.Please note this role will be 4 days per week.Daily ResponsibilitiesBe responsible for the delivery of operational HR processes such as absence, performance management, disciplinaires, lateness and sickness absence. Monitor key HR statistics, such as sickness absence and staff turnover.Supporting management and team leaders with HR support and knowledge Process starters and leavers, including carrying out pre-employment checks.Advise, support and update HR policies, procedures and processesEnsure accurate record management in accordance with relevant legislation such as GDPR.Ensuring HR documentation is updated to comply with latest legislation, sound HR practices and to promote diversity and inclusion.Keep up to date with external trends and best practice in the areas of expertise and HR more broadlyContinuously drive improvements in tools and policies through external market trends, insight and internal best practiceDevelop and manage partnerships with external providers to support HR processesWorking the managers and directors to achieve business objectives Develop disciplinary and performance issue processes, manage grievances, and implement disciplinary procedures, interpret, and advise on employment lawAny other duties, as assigned, that are compatible with the role.About you?Experience as a HR Manager in a stand alone roleExperience working with HR third party service provider CIPD qualified or working towards Proven ability to implement policies and proceduresExperienced working within the NHS / public sector would be advantageous A passion for the role, and a commitment to delivering work to a high standard.Strong stakeholder managementHighly adaptable and flexible approach.Excellent organisational skills and attention to detail. Strong knowledge of UK Employment LawThe Role£40,000 pro rata4 days per week8.00 AM - 16:00 PMParking on-site Permanent 25 days + BHLocation: Fort Dunlop Don't miss out on this fantastic opportunity, apply 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.
    • nottingham, nottinghamshire
    • permanent
    • £24,300 - £27,100 per year
    • full-time
    Randstad are currently working with a client in the Care sector who are looking to recruit a Permanent Group HR officer. Based in Nottingham this organisation provides Care and support to adults with learning disabilities, mental health needs, dementia and autism for over 30 years. Salary is Between £24,300 to £27,100 DOEWorking week is 08:30 to 16:30 (40 hours per week) As the HR officer you will be responsible for leading some HR processes across the employee life cycle, with a special emphasis on recruitment, induction, and onboarding. You will be the lead recruiter for most company positions, with support from your colleagues in HR and Operations. Other areas of responsibility include HR administration, absence and timekeeping management, employee relations, providing information to the payroll team, updating payroll records as well as undertaking project work. This is a hands on and busy role, and you will be expected to balance multiple priorities simultaneously. if this role of the HR office is of interest please get in touch with Andy Lockett today for further information.Randstad Care acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Care is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.Did you know that Randstad Care have been awarded a place on the National Clinical Staffing Framework for the NHS? This means we will be able to bring you more opportunities within nursing & midwifery and clinical staffing.
    Randstad are currently working with a client in the Care sector who are looking to recruit a Permanent Group HR officer. Based in Nottingham this organisation provides Care and support to adults with learning disabilities, mental health needs, dementia and autism for over 30 years. Salary is Between £24,300 to £27,100 DOEWorking week is 08:30 to 16:30 (40 hours per week) As the HR officer you will be responsible for leading some HR processes across the employee life cycle, with a special emphasis on recruitment, induction, and onboarding. You will be the lead recruiter for most company positions, with support from your colleagues in HR and Operations. Other areas of responsibility include HR administration, absence and timekeeping management, employee relations, providing information to the payroll team, updating payroll records as well as undertaking project work. This is a hands on and busy role, and you will be expected to balance multiple priorities simultaneously. if this role of the HR office is of interest please get in touch with Andy Lockett today for further information.Randstad Care acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Care is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.Did you know that Randstad Care have been awarded a place on the National Clinical Staffing Framework for the NHS? This means we will be able to bring you more opportunities within nursing & midwifery and clinical staffing.
    • manchester, greater manchester
    • permanent
    • £26,000 - £30,000 per year
    • full-time
    Digby Morgan are delighted to be working with an incedible organisation looking for a HR Assistant to hit the ground running in a fast paced role based in Manchester.The succesful candidate will have proven experience in a similar role and will possess strong generalist Human Resources knowledge.Key attributes of this role:High levels of stakeholder managementProven experience in inputting large amounts of data onto systemsAble to pick up new HR systems with easeAct as a point of contact for HR queries Knowledge of payroll and report creating relevant reportsThis is a permanent role willing to pay upto £30,000.
    Digby Morgan are delighted to be working with an incedible organisation looking for a HR Assistant to hit the ground running in a fast paced role based in Manchester.The succesful candidate will have proven experience in a similar role and will possess strong generalist Human Resources knowledge.Key attributes of this role:High levels of stakeholder managementProven experience in inputting large amounts of data onto systemsAble to pick up new HR systems with easeAct as a point of contact for HR queries Knowledge of payroll and report creating relevant reportsThis is a permanent role willing to pay upto £30,000.
    • london, greater london
    • permanent
    • £26,000 - £30,000 per year
    • full-time
    Digby Morgan are delighted to be working with an incedible organisation looking for a HR Assistant to hit the ground running in a fast paced role based in Kent.The succesful candidate will have proven experience in a similar role and will possess strong generalist Human Resources knowledge.Key attributes of this role:High levels of stakeholder managementProven experience in inputting large amounts of data onto systemsAble to pick up new HR systems with easeAct as a point of contact for HR queries Knowledge of payroll and report creating relevant reportsThis is a permanent role willing to pay upto £30,000.
    Digby Morgan are delighted to be working with an incedible organisation looking for a HR Assistant to hit the ground running in a fast paced role based in Kent.The succesful candidate will have proven experience in a similar role and will possess strong generalist Human Resources knowledge.Key attributes of this role:High levels of stakeholder managementProven experience in inputting large amounts of data onto systemsAble to pick up new HR systems with easeAct as a point of contact for HR queries Knowledge of payroll and report creating relevant reportsThis is a permanent role willing to pay upto £30,000.
    • birmingham, west midlands
    • permanent
    • £40,000 per year
    • part-time
    We are looking for an experienced and competent HR Manager that wants to work on a part-time basis for a growing and progressive company based in Birmingham.This is a fantastic opportunity to take responsibility of the HR Function alongside their third party HR provider with comprehensive, professional and pragmatic generalist HR support service to approximately 400+ employees across the UK.Please note this role will be 4 days per week.Daily ResponsibilitiesBe responsible for the delivery of operational HR processes such as absence, performance management, disciplinaires, lateness and sickness absence. Monitor key HR statistics, such as sickness absence and staff turnover.Supporting management and team leaders with HR support and knowledge Process starters and leavers, including carrying out pre-employment checks.Advise, support and update HR policies, procedures and processesEnsure accurate record management in accordance with relevant legislation such as GDPR.Ensuring HR documentation is updated to comply with latest legislation, sound HR practices and to promote diversity and inclusion.Keep up to date with external trends and best practice in the areas of expertise and HR more broadlyContinuously drive improvements in tools and policies through external market trends, insight and internal best practiceDevelop and manage partnerships with external providers to support HR processesWorking the managers and directors to achieve business objectives Develop disciplinary and performance issue processes, manage grievances, and implement disciplinary procedures, interpret, and advise on employment lawAny other duties, as assigned, that are compatible with the role.About you?Experience as a HR Manager in a stand alone roleExperience working with HR third party service provider CIPD qualified or working towards Proven ability to implement policies and proceduresExperienced working within the NHS / public sector would be advantageous A passion for the role, and a commitment to delivering work to a high standard.Strong stakeholder managementHighly adaptable and flexible approach.Excellent organisational skills and attention to detail. Strong knowledge of UK Employment LawThe Role£40,000 pro rata4 days per week8.00 AM - 16:00 PMParking on-site Permanent 25 days + BHLocation: Fort Dunlop Don't miss out on this fantastic opportunity, apply 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.
    We are looking for an experienced and competent HR Manager that wants to work on a part-time basis for a growing and progressive company based in Birmingham.This is a fantastic opportunity to take responsibility of the HR Function alongside their third party HR provider with comprehensive, professional and pragmatic generalist HR support service to approximately 400+ employees across the UK.Please note this role will be 4 days per week.Daily ResponsibilitiesBe responsible for the delivery of operational HR processes such as absence, performance management, disciplinaires, lateness and sickness absence. Monitor key HR statistics, such as sickness absence and staff turnover.Supporting management and team leaders with HR support and knowledge Process starters and leavers, including carrying out pre-employment checks.Advise, support and update HR policies, procedures and processesEnsure accurate record management in accordance with relevant legislation such as GDPR.Ensuring HR documentation is updated to comply with latest legislation, sound HR practices and to promote diversity and inclusion.Keep up to date with external trends and best practice in the areas of expertise and HR more broadlyContinuously drive improvements in tools and policies through external market trends, insight and internal best practiceDevelop and manage partnerships with external providers to support HR processesWorking the managers and directors to achieve business objectives Develop disciplinary and performance issue processes, manage grievances, and implement disciplinary procedures, interpret, and advise on employment lawAny other duties, as assigned, that are compatible with the role.About you?Experience as a HR Manager in a stand alone roleExperience working with HR third party service provider CIPD qualified or working towards Proven ability to implement policies and proceduresExperienced working within the NHS / public sector would be advantageous A passion for the role, and a commitment to delivering work to a high standard.Strong stakeholder managementHighly adaptable and flexible approach.Excellent organisational skills and attention to detail. Strong knowledge of UK Employment LawThe Role£40,000 pro rata4 days per week8.00 AM - 16:00 PMParking on-site Permanent 25 days + BHLocation: Fort Dunlop Don't miss out on this fantastic opportunity, apply 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.
    • london, greater london
    • permanent
    • £32,000 - £35,000 per year
    • full-time
    Digby Morgan are excited to be working with this exciting organisation in the Technology industry, who are looking for a proactive and enthusiastic Talent Acquisition Specialist to join their team at a period of growth.Joining the Recruitment team and reporting directly to the Talent and Business Partner, you will have the opportunity to showcase your expertise in a friendly and supportive environment. The Talent Acquisition Specialist will be responsible for the full cycle of the recruitment processes and procedure, including Stakeholder Management, Sourcing, Headhunting, Advertising, Interviews and Onboarding.The successful candidate will have a strong background in Stakeholder Management and experience working in a fast paced, high volume environment. Requirements:Proven track record of working in a consultative fast paced recruitment environment.Strong communicator who can attend to all levels of management.Strong organisational skills, with the ability to multitask and prioritise to meet tight deadlines.Experience of the full cycle of recruitment from Sourcing, Headhunting, Advertising, Interviews and Onboarding.
    Digby Morgan are excited to be working with this exciting organisation in the Technology industry, who are looking for a proactive and enthusiastic Talent Acquisition Specialist to join their team at a period of growth.Joining the Recruitment team and reporting directly to the Talent and Business Partner, you will have the opportunity to showcase your expertise in a friendly and supportive environment. The Talent Acquisition Specialist will be responsible for the full cycle of the recruitment processes and procedure, including Stakeholder Management, Sourcing, Headhunting, Advertising, Interviews and Onboarding.The successful candidate will have a strong background in Stakeholder Management and experience working in a fast paced, high volume environment. Requirements:Proven track record of working in a consultative fast paced recruitment environment.Strong communicator who can attend to all levels of management.Strong organisational skills, with the ability to multitask and prioritise to meet tight deadlines.Experience of the full cycle of recruitment from Sourcing, Headhunting, Advertising, Interviews and Onboarding.
    • london, greater london
    • permanent
    • £33,000 - £35,000 per year
    • full-time
    Digby Morgan are excited to be working with this exciting organisation in the Technology industry, who are looking for a proactive and enthusiastic Talent Acquisition Specialist to join their team at a period of growth.Joining the Recruitment team and reporting directly to the Talent and Business Partner, you will have the opportunity to showcase your expertise in a friendly and supportive environment. The Talent Acquisition Specialist will be responsible for the full cycle of the recruitment processes and procedure, including Stakeholder Management, Sourcing, Headhunting, Advertising, Interviews and Onboarding.The successful candidate will have a strong background in Stakeholder Management and experience working in a fast paced, high volume environment. Requirements:Proven track record of working in a consultative fast paced recruitment environment.Strong communicator who can attend to all levels of management.Strong organisational skills, with the ability to multitask and prioritise to meet tight deadlines.Experience of the full cycle of recruitment from Sourcing, Headhunting, Advertising, Interviews and Onboarding.
    Digby Morgan are excited to be working with this exciting organisation in the Technology industry, who are looking for a proactive and enthusiastic Talent Acquisition Specialist to join their team at a period of growth.Joining the Recruitment team and reporting directly to the Talent and Business Partner, you will have the opportunity to showcase your expertise in a friendly and supportive environment. The Talent Acquisition Specialist will be responsible for the full cycle of the recruitment processes and procedure, including Stakeholder Management, Sourcing, Headhunting, Advertising, Interviews and Onboarding.The successful candidate will have a strong background in Stakeholder Management and experience working in a fast paced, high volume environment. Requirements:Proven track record of working in a consultative fast paced recruitment environment.Strong communicator who can attend to all levels of management.Strong organisational skills, with the ability to multitask and prioritise to meet tight deadlines.Experience of the full cycle of recruitment from Sourcing, Headhunting, Advertising, Interviews and Onboarding.
    • prescot, merseyside
    • temporary
    • £35,000 - £36,000 per year
    • full-time
    Job Summary The Trust is one of two "early adopter" sites within Cheshire & Merseyside Integrated Care System implementing a Community Diagnostic Hub (CDH). The CDH is designed to create integrated pathways for diagnostic tests and support Trusts in clearing waiting lists. The CDH delivers a number of diagnostic test for patients including gastroscopy, colonoscopy, echocardiogram, oximetry, blood pressure monitoring, phlebotomy, urine testing, CT scan, ultrasounds and x-rays. The workforce required to deliver these services is a challenge and we need to Understand what our current workforce looks like Maximise the use of our existing workforce Look for ways of engaging external existing skills Look at how we grow the workforce for the future Reporting to the Assistant Director of Workforce Development & Resourcing, the HR Projects Manager will play a crucial role in setting up the CDH staffing model to support activity for 12 hour days 7 days per week. This includes developing rosters, mapping workforce gaps, coordinating temporary workforce requirements and developing recruitment plans and campaigns for both the Trust and the wider system. This will require the individual to work in collaboration with colleagues across the organisation including recruitment, temporary workforce, rostering, operational colleagues and the ESR team. The post holder will be responsible for managing the workforce elements of the project with support from the Assistant Director of Workforce Development & Resourcing. This includes planning, coordinating and delivering actions from the Programme Board, identifying and managing risks as well as attendance at Trust project meetings and ICS led Workforce Steering Groups. Key Responsibilities Overview of Essential Responsibilities: To support the Assistant Director of Workforce Development & Resourcing by taking lead responsibility for the implementation and delivery of workforce elements of the CDH Project. To provide regular information and updates on the progress of projects to key stakeholders. To provide project progress reports to the Assistant Director of Workforce Development & Resourcing, Trust CDH Project Group, ICS Workforce Steering Group and ICS led Programme Board as required. To attend wider project meetings and organise and chair sub-group meetings as required, engaging with key stakeholders ensuring their input and involvement. To champion transformational change which enables the implementation of organisational and stakeholder changes. To provide generalist HR advice and guidance in respect of the Clinical Diagnostic Hub. To identify training and development needs in delivering training solutions. To promote the effective planning and utilisation of staffing resources, including reviews of structures, skill mix different ways of working etc. To produce and review policies, guidelines and toolkits in relation to identified projects and in the light of changes in employment law and good practice. To engage, involve and update staff side representative colleagues on project initiatives and progress as required. Project Management: Take responsibility for the overall management of the workforce elements of the CDH Project in accordance with the agreed programme plan including development, implementation and performance review of the project. Plan and facilitate meetings and workshop events to agree and monitor progress towards project goals. Provide practical support to key project participants. Interpret and translate the outcome from meetings and workshops, communicating these to the project team and others as required. Promote and maintain a system of "testing changes" ensuring that intentions are documented and learning outcomes recorded. Liaise directly with key project participants to ensure that agreed actions are implemented. Prepare evaluation reports on progress for the Assistant Director of Workforce Development & Resourcing, Trust CDH Project Group, ICS Workforce Steering Group and ICS led Programme Board. Prepare evaluation reports on project progress for individual project sponsors. Group Working: Actively adopt strategies that promote effective multidisciplinary/inter professional/ agency working. During projects, work with stakeholder to evaluate and monitor group dynamics and develop systems of support and facilitation to resolve areas of difficulty. Adopt the necessary strategies to ensure the development of effective team working. 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.
    Job Summary The Trust is one of two "early adopter" sites within Cheshire & Merseyside Integrated Care System implementing a Community Diagnostic Hub (CDH). The CDH is designed to create integrated pathways for diagnostic tests and support Trusts in clearing waiting lists. The CDH delivers a number of diagnostic test for patients including gastroscopy, colonoscopy, echocardiogram, oximetry, blood pressure monitoring, phlebotomy, urine testing, CT scan, ultrasounds and x-rays. The workforce required to deliver these services is a challenge and we need to Understand what our current workforce looks like Maximise the use of our existing workforce Look for ways of engaging external existing skills Look at how we grow the workforce for the future Reporting to the Assistant Director of Workforce Development & Resourcing, the HR Projects Manager will play a crucial role in setting up the CDH staffing model to support activity for 12 hour days 7 days per week. This includes developing rosters, mapping workforce gaps, coordinating temporary workforce requirements and developing recruitment plans and campaigns for both the Trust and the wider system. This will require the individual to work in collaboration with colleagues across the organisation including recruitment, temporary workforce, rostering, operational colleagues and the ESR team. The post holder will be responsible for managing the workforce elements of the project with support from the Assistant Director of Workforce Development & Resourcing. This includes planning, coordinating and delivering actions from the Programme Board, identifying and managing risks as well as attendance at Trust project meetings and ICS led Workforce Steering Groups. Key Responsibilities Overview of Essential Responsibilities: To support the Assistant Director of Workforce Development & Resourcing by taking lead responsibility for the implementation and delivery of workforce elements of the CDH Project. To provide regular information and updates on the progress of projects to key stakeholders. To provide project progress reports to the Assistant Director of Workforce Development & Resourcing, Trust CDH Project Group, ICS Workforce Steering Group and ICS led Programme Board as required. To attend wider project meetings and organise and chair sub-group meetings as required, engaging with key stakeholders ensuring their input and involvement. To champion transformational change which enables the implementation of organisational and stakeholder changes. To provide generalist HR advice and guidance in respect of the Clinical Diagnostic Hub. To identify training and development needs in delivering training solutions. To promote the effective planning and utilisation of staffing resources, including reviews of structures, skill mix different ways of working etc. To produce and review policies, guidelines and toolkits in relation to identified projects and in the light of changes in employment law and good practice. To engage, involve and update staff side representative colleagues on project initiatives and progress as required. Project Management: Take responsibility for the overall management of the workforce elements of the CDH Project in accordance with the agreed programme plan including development, implementation and performance review of the project. Plan and facilitate meetings and workshop events to agree and monitor progress towards project goals. Provide practical support to key project participants. Interpret and translate the outcome from meetings and workshops, communicating these to the project team and others as required. Promote and maintain a system of "testing changes" ensuring that intentions are documented and learning outcomes recorded. Liaise directly with key project participants to ensure that agreed actions are implemented. Prepare evaluation reports on progress for the Assistant Director of Workforce Development & Resourcing, Trust CDH Project Group, ICS Workforce Steering Group and ICS led Programme Board. Prepare evaluation reports on project progress for individual project sponsors. Group Working: Actively adopt strategies that promote effective multidisciplinary/inter professional/ agency working. During projects, work with stakeholder to evaluate and monitor group dynamics and develop systems of support and facilitation to resolve areas of difficulty. Adopt the necessary strategies to ensure the development of effective team working. 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.
    • london, greater london
    • permanent
    • £20,000 - £22,000 per year
    • full-time
    Digby Morgan are excited to be working with this organisation, who are currently on the brink of transformation and expanding. They are looking for an ambitious and driven HR Admin to join their team at an exciting time for their organisation.The role will be responsible for general HR administration for the organisation including areas like payroll, new starters, onboarding, contract administration and recruitment. This will include updating and maintaining their HR system.You will have the opportunity to learn and develop alongside a professional, friendly and supportive HR team at an exciting time of change and growth for the organisation. This is a brilliant opportunity for an ambitious HR Administrator to quickly develop and progress within their career.Requirements:Previous experience in a similar Human Resources Admin role.Ability to work under pressure in a high volume environment to meet deadlines.Understanding of Generalist HR along with a basic knowledge of Payroll administration.Experienced user of Microsoft Office, with a background in other HR systems/databases (iTrent preferred).Strong communication, written and verbal with a strong 'can-do' attitude.
    Digby Morgan are excited to be working with this organisation, who are currently on the brink of transformation and expanding. They are looking for an ambitious and driven HR Admin to join their team at an exciting time for their organisation.The role will be responsible for general HR administration for the organisation including areas like payroll, new starters, onboarding, contract administration and recruitment. This will include updating and maintaining their HR system.You will have the opportunity to learn and develop alongside a professional, friendly and supportive HR team at an exciting time of change and growth for the organisation. This is a brilliant opportunity for an ambitious HR Administrator to quickly develop and progress within their career.Requirements:Previous experience in a similar Human Resources Admin role.Ability to work under pressure in a high volume environment to meet deadlines.Understanding of Generalist HR along with a basic knowledge of Payroll administration.Experienced user of Microsoft Office, with a background in other HR systems/databases (iTrent preferred).Strong communication, written and verbal with a strong 'can-do' attitude.
    • tottenham, greater london
    • permanent
    • £20,000 - £22,000 per year
    • full-time
    Digby Morgan are excited to be working with this well established and ambitious, fast growing organisation, who are currently looking for a proactive and enthusiastic Human Resources Administrator to jump on board and develop with their growing organisation.Working closely with a friendly and supportive HR team, you will have the opportunity to learn and develop your skills and experience while supporting the growth and expansion of an exciting organisation. My client is looking for an enthusiastic and process orientated individual who has a strong willingness to learn.Your responsibilities will be to provide administrative support throughout the employee lifecycle. You will be responsible for the updating and maintaining of the HR system (iTrent), recruitment, processing of payroll and all general administration for the HR function.Requirements:Proven experience of HR Administration.Willingness to learn in a fast paced, high volume environment.Understanding of basic payroll processes.Experienced user of Microsoft Office, with a background in other HR systems/databases.Strong communication, written and verbal with a strong 'can-do' attitude.
    Digby Morgan are excited to be working with this well established and ambitious, fast growing organisation, who are currently looking for a proactive and enthusiastic Human Resources Administrator to jump on board and develop with their growing organisation.Working closely with a friendly and supportive HR team, you will have the opportunity to learn and develop your skills and experience while supporting the growth and expansion of an exciting organisation. My client is looking for an enthusiastic and process orientated individual who has a strong willingness to learn.Your responsibilities will be to provide administrative support throughout the employee lifecycle. You will be responsible for the updating and maintaining of the HR system (iTrent), recruitment, processing of payroll and all general administration for the HR function.Requirements:Proven experience of HR Administration.Willingness to learn in a fast paced, high volume environment.Understanding of basic payroll processes.Experienced user of Microsoft Office, with a background in other HR systems/databases.Strong communication, written and verbal with a strong 'can-do' attitude.
    • darlington, durham
    • permanent
    • £20,000 - £30,000, per year, £20000 - £30000 per annum
    • full-time
    Job Title: Graduate Scheme - Account Management Location: Middlesbrough Salary: £20k basic salary, plus £10k OTE REF: J10399:NE:GJ:GSAM Sector: HR/Tech This multi-award winning HR Company are commonly listed as one of the best organisations to work for nationally! Their innovative approach to the way we use HR technology has continuously elevated them above their competitors and has resulted in an expansion of their business. As such, they are looking for a team of bright, ambitious graduates to join their company to enhance client relationship management. Your responsibilities will include:Promoting our client’s products and services to existing customersIdentifying trends to drive business developmentWorking with the marketing team to collaborate on campaignsStrategically generating leads to convert into business opportunityMaintaining an extensive knowledge of the market and competitorsDeveloping and maintaining strong relationships with clients to enhance retentionProviding customers with ongoing supportOur client boasts an extremely outgoing and fun-loving team. They regularly reward their employees with lucrative incentives and social events (e.g. trips to the races, nights out, meals) – the perfect place for ambitious candidates! Team this culture with the vast scope for progression and you have the ideal graduate role!  You'll get:Competitive basic salary of £20kPotential to earn £30k in Y1Laptop and mobile phoneExposure to huge clients, you will be able to develop relationships with some of the biggest brands across many industriesLucrative bonus/incentive schemesFantastic progression opportunitiesPension schemeSocial events/nights outYou'll be:A university graduateTeam playerDrive to progressExcellent communication/interpersonal skillsHighly self-motivatedNext Steps: If you require this job specification or to apply in an alternate format please visit the Pareto website. (Please note that due to the high volume of applications we receive we are unable to contact all applicants directly. If you haven’t heard from us within 28 days please consider your application to have been unsuccessful.)
    Job Title: Graduate Scheme - Account Management Location: Middlesbrough Salary: £20k basic salary, plus £10k OTE REF: J10399:NE:GJ:GSAM Sector: HR/Tech This multi-award winning HR Company are commonly listed as one of the best organisations to work for nationally! Their innovative approach to the way we use HR technology has continuously elevated them above their competitors and has resulted in an expansion of their business. As such, they are looking for a team of bright, ambitious graduates to join their company to enhance client relationship management. Your responsibilities will include:Promoting our client’s products and services to existing customersIdentifying trends to drive business developmentWorking with the marketing team to collaborate on campaignsStrategically generating leads to convert into business opportunityMaintaining an extensive knowledge of the market and competitorsDeveloping and maintaining strong relationships with clients to enhance retentionProviding customers with ongoing supportOur client boasts an extremely outgoing and fun-loving team. They regularly reward their employees with lucrative incentives and social events (e.g. trips to the races, nights out, meals) – the perfect place for ambitious candidates! Team this culture with the vast scope for progression and you have the ideal graduate role!  You'll get:Competitive basic salary of £20kPotential to earn £30k in Y1Laptop and mobile phoneExposure to huge clients, you will be able to develop relationships with some of the biggest brands across many industriesLucrative bonus/incentive schemesFantastic progression opportunitiesPension schemeSocial events/nights outYou'll be:A university graduateTeam playerDrive to progressExcellent communication/interpersonal skillsHighly self-motivatedNext Steps: If you require this job specification or to apply in an alternate format please visit the Pareto website. (Please note that due to the high volume of applications we receive we are unable to contact all applicants directly. If you haven’t heard from us within 28 days please consider your application to have been unsuccessful.)
    • leeds, west yorkshire
    • work from home - contract
    • full-time
    HR Systems Specialist / Reporting Analyst An exciting opportunity has become available to work with a large and established UK construction firm in their HR team on a 13 month FTCIn this role you will be responsible for producing accurate HR management information for the business that will support numerous areas of the business including Bid proposals and Performance reviews. You will also be involved in the continuous development of the business HR systems through recommendations for improvement and supporting the improvements. To be considered for this role you will:Have previous experience in HR system developmentStrong HR Analyst background with the ability to work with large volumes of Raw DataKnowledge of Business Objects and HR systems, specifically iTrentStrong Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint skillsIntricate attention to detailOn offer is an excellent salary, Bonus and Company benefits along with the opportunity to work with a highly regarded companyRandstad 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 Systems Specialist / Reporting Analyst An exciting opportunity has become available to work with a large and established UK construction firm in their HR team on a 13 month FTCIn this role you will be responsible for producing accurate HR management information for the business that will support numerous areas of the business including Bid proposals and Performance reviews. You will also be involved in the continuous development of the business HR systems through recommendations for improvement and supporting the improvements. To be considered for this role you will:Have previous experience in HR system developmentStrong HR Analyst background with the ability to work with large volumes of Raw DataKnowledge of Business Objects and HR systems, specifically iTrentStrong Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint skillsIntricate attention to detailOn offer is an excellent salary, Bonus and Company benefits along with the opportunity to work with a highly regarded companyRandstad 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.
    • belfast, belfast
    • temporary
    • £10.29 - £10.29, per hour, Enhanced Holidays, Canteen, Free Parking
    • full-time
    Randstad have an opportunity available for an experienced HR Administrator to work within Belfast Metropolitan College 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 Onsite parking Campus bus service available Requirements Hold a relevant level 3 qualification plus 1 years HR administration experience or 2 years 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 within Belfast Metropolitan College 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 Onsite parking Campus bus service available Requirements Hold a relevant level 3 qualification plus 1 years HR administration experience or 2 years 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.
    • city of london, greater london
    • permanent
    • £30,000 - £43,000 per year
    • full-time
    Digby Morgan are excited to be working with an incredible and very well-known organisation, based in Central London. This organisation is well known for the phenomenal and high-profile work that they are currently doing, and are looking to enlist someone into their expanding team. They are currently looking for a motivated and enthusiastic Recruitment Coordinator to join their friendly team who can hit the ground running and provide support throughout the recruitment process. This 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. Key attributes required for this role:1-2 years of experience within a HR or Recruitment capacityKnowledge of the recruitment processScheduling interviews Liaising with stakeholders of all levelsProviding feedback to candidatesTracking candidate progress throughout the recruitment processContribute to improving the candidate experience throughout the recruitment life cycle Coordinate all recruitment activitiesUse Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS)This will be a 12 month fixed term contract role with a salary of upto of £43,000.
    Digby Morgan are excited to be working with an incredible and very well-known organisation, based in Central London. This organisation is well known for the phenomenal and high-profile work that they are currently doing, and are looking to enlist someone into their expanding team. They are currently looking for a motivated and enthusiastic Recruitment Coordinator to join their friendly team who can hit the ground running and provide support throughout the recruitment process. This 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. Key attributes required for this role:1-2 years of experience within a HR or Recruitment capacityKnowledge of the recruitment processScheduling interviews Liaising with stakeholders of all levelsProviding feedback to candidatesTracking candidate progress throughout the recruitment processContribute to improving the candidate experience throughout the recruitment life cycle Coordinate all recruitment activitiesUse Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS)This will be a 12 month fixed term contract role with a salary of upto of £43,000.
    • leeds, west yorkshire
    • permanent
    • full-time
    A Leeds based construction business require an experienced administrator to join their team. This role sits within the company's Learning and development team. This company prides themselves on ensuring their staff are highly trained with continuous development opportunity's. Day to day you will be:Working on various administration duties to assist the wider L&D teamPreparing paperwork for training coursesBooking training meetingsSending out e-learning training invitations and monitoring course completionsAssisting with delivering the company's training plansResponding to any queries / questions As you progress within the position the duties will expand. To be successful you will be;Confident with MS office applications including excel ideally used within a previous data entry or administrative positionAbility to prioritise and work on multiple tasks to a high standardHold a UK Driving LicenceThis position will suit someone with an interest of a career in HR, Specifically within people development as on offer with this role is company funded opportunity to achieve a professional Membership of CIPD.Please apply now for immediate consideration. 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.
    A Leeds based construction business require an experienced administrator to join their team. This role sits within the company's Learning and development team. This company prides themselves on ensuring their staff are highly trained with continuous development opportunity's. Day to day you will be:Working on various administration duties to assist the wider L&D teamPreparing paperwork for training coursesBooking training meetingsSending out e-learning training invitations and monitoring course completionsAssisting with delivering the company's training plansResponding to any queries / questions As you progress within the position the duties will expand. To be successful you will be;Confident with MS office applications including excel ideally used within a previous data entry or administrative positionAbility to prioritise and work on multiple tasks to a high standardHold a UK Driving LicenceThis position will suit someone with an interest of a career in HR, Specifically within people development as on offer with this role is company funded opportunity to achieve a professional Membership of CIPD.Please apply now for immediate consideration. 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.
    • cheltenham, gloucestershire
    • permanent
    • £32,000 - £36,000 per year
    • full-time
    Digby Morgan are excited to be partnering with a well established and reputable organisation, seeking a proactive Human Resources Advisor to join their transforming HR function.Working closely with the Senior HR Business Partners, this role will form a key part of the HR team and will provide support to Line Managers by providing an excellent HR service for the organisation. This is a fantastic opportunity for an enthusiastic HR Advisor to learn and develop alongside an experienced and friendly HR team. This successful candidate will have proven experience handling complex ER casework, background in coaching and upskilling Line Managers, and is a well rounded HR Generalist. Requirements:CIPD qualified, or equivalent.Flexibility to Travel within their geographical region.Experience of the full HR Generalist remit, including Employee Relations, Recruitment, Policies and Procedures, Coaching and Upskilling and Lifecycle pieces.Good Stakeholder management and communication skills.Previous experience of working with Trade Unions is desirable.Ability to work to your own initiative and under pressure to meet deadlines.
    Digby Morgan are excited to be partnering with a well established and reputable organisation, seeking a proactive Human Resources Advisor to join their transforming HR function.Working closely with the Senior HR Business Partners, this role will form a key part of the HR team and will provide support to Line Managers by providing an excellent HR service for the organisation. This is a fantastic opportunity for an enthusiastic HR Advisor to learn and develop alongside an experienced and friendly HR team. This successful candidate will have proven experience handling complex ER casework, background in coaching and upskilling Line Managers, and is a well rounded HR Generalist. Requirements:CIPD qualified, or equivalent.Flexibility to Travel within their geographical region.Experience of the full HR Generalist remit, including Employee Relations, Recruitment, Policies and Procedures, Coaching and Upskilling and Lifecycle pieces.Good Stakeholder management and communication skills.Previous experience of working with Trade Unions is desirable.Ability to work to your own initiative and under pressure to meet deadlines.
    • north london, greater london
    • permanent
    • £25,000 - £30,000 per year
    • full-time
    Digby Morgan are currently working with a small Charity for International Aid.They are looking for a HR Administrator to support the Human Resources department. You will act as the first point of contact for HR-related queries from employees and external partners. You should be able to ensure the HR department supports employees while helping to ensure the latest changes and best practices in employment law.Responsibilities:Assist with employees' queries about HR-related issuesManage the recruitment process including posting job adverts, shortlisting CV's and arranging interviewsAssist payroll department by providing relevant employee information (e.g. new starters, leaves of absence, sick days and work schedules)Prepare HR documents (e.g. employment contracts, offer letters, staff handbook)Help organise and maintain personnel recordsDeal with Ad hoc HR related issues as they ariseWork with the Board to continually review and improve HR practices Person Specification:Proven work experience as a HR Administrative Assistant or other relevant roleAble to work on own initiativeComputer literacy (MS Office applications, in particular)Some working knowledge of current employment law and best practicesExcellent organisational skills, with an ability to prioritiseStrong phone, email and in-person communication skillsCIPD qualifications an advantageGet in touch to discuss further!
    Digby Morgan are currently working with a small Charity for International Aid.They are looking for a HR Administrator to support the Human Resources department. You will act as the first point of contact for HR-related queries from employees and external partners. You should be able to ensure the HR department supports employees while helping to ensure the latest changes and best practices in employment law.Responsibilities:Assist with employees' queries about HR-related issuesManage the recruitment process including posting job adverts, shortlisting CV's and arranging interviewsAssist payroll department by providing relevant employee information (e.g. new starters, leaves of absence, sick days and work schedules)Prepare HR documents (e.g. employment contracts, offer letters, staff handbook)Help organise and maintain personnel recordsDeal with Ad hoc HR related issues as they ariseWork with the Board to continually review and improve HR practices Person Specification:Proven work experience as a HR Administrative Assistant or other relevant roleAble to work on own initiativeComputer literacy (MS Office applications, in particular)Some working knowledge of current employment law and best practicesExcellent organisational skills, with an ability to prioritiseStrong phone, email and in-person communication skillsCIPD qualifications an advantageGet in touch to discuss further!
    • city of london, greater london
    • contract
    • £30,000 - £33,000 per year
    • full-time
    Digby Morgan are excited to be working with an incredible and very well-known organisation, based in Central London. This organisation is well known for the phenomenal and high-profile work that they are currently doing, and are looking to enlist someone into their expanding team. They are currently looking for a motivated and enthusiastic Recruitment Coordinator to join their friendly team who can hit the ground running and provide support throughout the recruitment process. This 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. Key attributes required for this role:1-2 years of experience within a HR or Recruitment capacityKnowledge of the recruitment processScheduling interviews Liaising with stakeholders of all levelsProviding feedback to candidatesTracking candidate progress throughout the recruitment processContribute to improving the candidate experience throughout the recruitment life cycle Coordinate all recruitment activitiesUse Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS)This will be a 12 month fixed term contract role with a salary of upto of £33,000.
    Digby Morgan are excited to be working with an incredible and very well-known organisation, based in Central London. This organisation is well known for the phenomenal and high-profile work that they are currently doing, and are looking to enlist someone into their expanding team. They are currently looking for a motivated and enthusiastic Recruitment Coordinator to join their friendly team who can hit the ground running and provide support throughout the recruitment process. This 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. Key attributes required for this role:1-2 years of experience within a HR or Recruitment capacityKnowledge of the recruitment processScheduling interviews Liaising with stakeholders of all levelsProviding feedback to candidatesTracking candidate progress throughout the recruitment processContribute to improving the candidate experience throughout the recruitment life cycle Coordinate all recruitment activitiesUse Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS)This will be a 12 month fixed term contract role with a salary of upto of £33,000.
    • birmingham, west midlands
    • contract
    • £27,000 - £31,000 per year
    • full-time
    Digby Morgan are excited to be working with this exciting and growing organisation in the construction industry, who are looking for a proactive and enthusiastic Recruitment Coordinator to jump on board and join their fast growing Recruitment team.This is an exciting time to come on board with this company as they are on the brink of transformation. They are rapidly growing and expanding and are looking for a Recruitment Coordinator to assist in their vision.Working closely with the Recruitment Manager and the HR team, you will have the opportunity to join a strong and friendly recruitment team who will foster and promote your development as a recruiter. You will be responsible for Coordination of all Recruitment processes from Creating Job Advertisements, Creating Job Descriptions, CV Mining, Market Mapping and so on.Requirements:Previous experience as a Recruitment coordinator or similar role.Strong communicator who has a strong customer oriented focus.Experience of using Microsoft packages, i.e Excel, Word and Outlook.Strong organizational skills partnered with superb attention to detail.
    Digby Morgan are excited to be working with this exciting and growing organisation in the construction industry, who are looking for a proactive and enthusiastic Recruitment Coordinator to jump on board and join their fast growing Recruitment team.This is an exciting time to come on board with this company as they are on the brink of transformation. They are rapidly growing and expanding and are looking for a Recruitment Coordinator to assist in their vision.Working closely with the Recruitment Manager and the HR team, you will have the opportunity to join a strong and friendly recruitment team who will foster and promote your development as a recruiter. You will be responsible for Coordination of all Recruitment processes from Creating Job Advertisements, Creating Job Descriptions, CV Mining, Market Mapping and so on.Requirements:Previous experience as a Recruitment coordinator or similar role.Strong communicator who has a strong customer oriented focus.Experience of using Microsoft packages, i.e Excel, Word and Outlook.Strong organizational skills partnered with superb attention to detail.
30 of 46 jobs seen

It looks like you want to switch your language. This will reset your filters on your current job search.