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    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • birmingham, west midlands
    • temp to perm
    • £19,403 per year
    • full-time
    We are looking for an organised and efficient HR Officer to join one of the most successful health-care providers in the Midlands. As a HR Officer you will support with the full spectrum of day to day HR duties and queries to ensure the smooth running of the business and their staff. PurposeSupport with general HR queries and advice to line managers, ensuring high levels of accuracy and confidentiality at all times.Provide HR support with employee relations, e.g. in disciplinary meetings, grievances, absence review meetings, etc.Support with the delivery of coaching and development of line managers.Develop and maintain accurate statistical management informationResponsibilities Ensure the HR department provides an excellent service to the business.To support the HR Administrator with all administration, to ensure all HR processes are maintained efficiently and accurately.Conduct employee meetings where appropriate, e.g. exit interviews, new starter inductions.Support Payroll and the HR Administrator to resolve employee queries in a timely and efficient manner.Provide support in employee relations meetings, advising the line manager on process and taking notes.Provide accurate management information as requested - developing and maintaining various trackers and analysing results / providing report as requested.#Support the HR Consultant to ensure relevant policies are updated.Managing all the HR files in line with CQC and GDPR/legislative standards, updating compliance information, starters, leavers etc.Maintain all absence and sickness records, escalating individual cases to the HR Consultant when trigger points are hit.To be involved in ad hoc projects as and when required.Assist the HR Consultant in the implementation and maintenance of any agree changes to current practice.Undertake any other duties as requested commensurate with the role.Build relationships across the organisation with all level of staff.What you will needProven experience within a HR environmentA minimum of 3 years HR experience.A positive, friendly, flexible, and capable manner, able to build relationships quickly.Strong interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills.Excellent time management, organisational and computer skills including Word, Excel and PowerPoint.Great knowledge of HR legislation and practicesExperience working in the health-care sector (desirable)CIPD qualifications & a degree within HR or similar field Other Full time 37.5 hours per week (flexibility either 4-5 days)This is an interim position but the role may go permanent depending on individual performance Based in North Birmingham but flexibility to commute between nearby (within 3 miles) locations is essential with an ability to drive to said locations would be advantageous 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 organised and efficient HR Officer to join one of the most successful health-care providers in the Midlands. As a HR Officer you will support with the full spectrum of day to day HR duties and queries to ensure the smooth running of the business and their staff. PurposeSupport with general HR queries and advice to line managers, ensuring high levels of accuracy and confidentiality at all times.Provide HR support with employee relations, e.g. in disciplinary meetings, grievances, absence review meetings, etc.Support with the delivery of coaching and development of line managers.Develop and maintain accurate statistical management informationResponsibilities Ensure the HR department provides an excellent service to the business.To support the HR Administrator with all administration, to ensure all HR processes are maintained efficiently and accurately.Conduct employee meetings where appropriate, e.g. exit interviews, new starter inductions.Support Payroll and the HR Administrator to resolve employee queries in a timely and efficient manner.Provide support in employee relations meetings, advising the line manager on process and taking notes.Provide accurate management information as requested - developing and maintaining various trackers and analysing results / providing report as requested.#Support the HR Consultant to ensure relevant policies are updated.Managing all the HR files in line with CQC and GDPR/legislative standards, updating compliance information, starters, leavers etc.Maintain all absence and sickness records, escalating individual cases to the HR Consultant when trigger points are hit.To be involved in ad hoc projects as and when required.Assist the HR Consultant in the implementation and maintenance of any agree changes to current practice.Undertake any other duties as requested commensurate with the role.Build relationships across the organisation with all level of staff.What you will needProven experience within a HR environmentA minimum of 3 years HR experience.A positive, friendly, flexible, and capable manner, able to build relationships quickly.Strong interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills.Excellent time management, organisational and computer skills including Word, Excel and PowerPoint.Great knowledge of HR legislation and practicesExperience working in the health-care sector (desirable)CIPD qualifications & a degree within HR or similar field Other Full time 37.5 hours per week (flexibility either 4-5 days)This is an interim position but the role may go permanent depending on individual performance Based in North Birmingham but flexibility to commute between nearby (within 3 miles) locations is essential with an ability to drive to said locations would be advantageous 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.
    • solihull, west midlands
    • temporary
    • full-time
    We are looking for an experienced receptionist/administrator to work in our lively Solihull office. Working with a globally leading health care/laboratory, you will be responsible for dealing with day to day office queries whilst also supporting the HR team with administrative duties.Purpose of the JobTo be front of house for the Solihull office, ensuring the efficient running of the reception and ground floor meeting areas.Greeting visitors and staff in a professional and timely manner. Ensuring all the communal areas are well maintained and on brand.To provide business administration support to multiple teams as and when required. Roles and Responsibilities Calendar management for office room bookings via e-mail, phone and verbal communication following specified process and booking template.Ordering of and set up of meeting lunches and ensuring refreshments are fully stocked.Assisting with meeting room set up and be on hand to support during on site events.Ensure daily events calendar is up to date and visible on reception.Ensure reception and communal areas are neat, tidy and maintained to a professional standard at all times.Distribute post by hand & over e-mail. Redirecting as requiredSign for and help Coordinate deliveries. Flagging any incorrect & issues with deliveries.Post & frank mail as and when required.Ensure post is collected daily.Manage the onsite car park daily, particularly during customer visits to ensure adequate parking is available for visitors.Allocate cars to park in the Blythe Valley overflow car park and inform individuals concerned, registering individual cars on-line and monitoring.Ensure a daily sign in sheet is produced and all visitors sign in (including Abbott employees not based at Solihull office).Be a designated key holder, opening the office in the morning for employees.Ensure that those entering the building are following the Abbott COVID measures put in place for the site. Ensuring signage in the reception and ground floor communal areas isclear and visible to staff at all timesManage the daily security pass system and make a note when issued to ensure they are returned and if not contact individual concerned.POC between Blythe Valley Management and office staffPhone, Voice-mail and e-mail management.Order taxis for office staff needing transportApprove and check invoices for Staples, Taxis, Catering company etc. (code appropriately for Finance).Stock orders of all office supplies - stationary/food and drink/ coffee / tea/ sugar / paper/ cartridges / imaging units/milk etc etc. Including completion of PO's.Recycling of boxes / materials in Stock and Stationary roomsGeneral business administration support for all teams - Eg: HR and Abbott medical divisions.Dealing with and reporting of any office problems to the relevant contact / management in a timely manner (e.g problems with the facilities).Regular stock check and order placement of first aid boxes, stationary and refreshments. Education and CompetenciesPrevious experience of working in a busy, receptionist role within a corporate environment.Proficient in the use of Microsoft office particularly, Outlook, Word, Excel and Powerpoint.Previous experience in providing timely and efficient business administration support to multiple teams.Able to work at pace and prioritise workload effectively.Excellent organizational skills with the ability to adapt to change.
    We are looking for an experienced receptionist/administrator to work in our lively Solihull office. Working with a globally leading health care/laboratory, you will be responsible for dealing with day to day office queries whilst also supporting the HR team with administrative duties.Purpose of the JobTo be front of house for the Solihull office, ensuring the efficient running of the reception and ground floor meeting areas.Greeting visitors and staff in a professional and timely manner. Ensuring all the communal areas are well maintained and on brand.To provide business administration support to multiple teams as and when required. Roles and Responsibilities Calendar management for office room bookings via e-mail, phone and verbal communication following specified process and booking template.Ordering of and set up of meeting lunches and ensuring refreshments are fully stocked.Assisting with meeting room set up and be on hand to support during on site events.Ensure daily events calendar is up to date and visible on reception.Ensure reception and communal areas are neat, tidy and maintained to a professional standard at all times.Distribute post by hand & over e-mail. Redirecting as requiredSign for and help Coordinate deliveries. Flagging any incorrect & issues with deliveries.Post & frank mail as and when required.Ensure post is collected daily.Manage the onsite car park daily, particularly during customer visits to ensure adequate parking is available for visitors.Allocate cars to park in the Blythe Valley overflow car park and inform individuals concerned, registering individual cars on-line and monitoring.Ensure a daily sign in sheet is produced and all visitors sign in (including Abbott employees not based at Solihull office).Be a designated key holder, opening the office in the morning for employees.Ensure that those entering the building are following the Abbott COVID measures put in place for the site. Ensuring signage in the reception and ground floor communal areas isclear and visible to staff at all timesManage the daily security pass system and make a note when issued to ensure they are returned and if not contact individual concerned.POC between Blythe Valley Management and office staffPhone, Voice-mail and e-mail management.Order taxis for office staff needing transportApprove and check invoices for Staples, Taxis, Catering company etc. (code appropriately for Finance).Stock orders of all office supplies - stationary/food and drink/ coffee / tea/ sugar / paper/ cartridges / imaging units/milk etc etc. Including completion of PO's.Recycling of boxes / materials in Stock and Stationary roomsGeneral business administration support for all teams - Eg: HR and Abbott medical divisions.Dealing with and reporting of any office problems to the relevant contact / management in a timely manner (e.g problems with the facilities).Regular stock check and order placement of first aid boxes, stationary and refreshments. Education and CompetenciesPrevious experience of working in a busy, receptionist role within a corporate environment.Proficient in the use of Microsoft office particularly, Outlook, Word, Excel and Powerpoint.Previous experience in providing timely and efficient business administration support to multiple teams.Able to work at pace and prioritise workload effectively.Excellent organizational skills with the ability to adapt to change.

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