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  • Role: Operations Resource Manager

    Location: Preston

    Salary: £35,000 per annum DOE

     

    Currently seeking a Planning & Resource Manager to join an Operations team.

    You will be accountable for operations planning and resource allocation, ensuring that the right people, processes, equipment, permissions and plans are in the right place, at the right time.

    Your role will involve being responsible for predicting and forward planning of operational resources to meet the ever increasing volumes of casework. 

     

    Duties:

    - Review and develop current operational forecasting and planning, enhancing existing or sourcing new tools and/or models to assist improved resource planning across the teams

    - Use all known data, historic trends, work volumes, statutory deadlines, member behaviour, SLAs, priorities and external factors to identify peaks and troughs of work and resource gaps and align staff accordingly to ensure performance against SLAs and KPIs is achieved

    - Analyse live performance metrics and predicted work volumes alongside available resource and competency levels to better allocate staff to teams on a daily, weekly, monthly basis. Monitor and report on actual volumes vs predicted volumes to continuously develop forecasting. Deliver insights to improve performance

    - Resolve resourcing constraints and/or issues and escalate to Operations Director where necessary

    - Manage the set up and creation of bulk cases in collaboration with the Operational Managers to smooth peaks and troughs of work

    - Ensure working patterns, rotas and management of annual leave are aligned with business needs and predicted work volumes

    - Enhance cross team working so all teams understand the wider business priorities

     

    Expectations:

    - History of successfully managing operational planning and resource allocation across multiple teams

    - Ability to present data insights and management information in a compelling manner to support resource decisions and action plans.

    - Highly analytical and structured approach with critical thinking

    - Strong communication skills and collaborative approach across multiple business units. Able to challenge, influence and innovate

    - Target driven with exceptional analytical skills and a strong track record in resource planning

    - Sound understanding or resource planning tools and methodology and how these can be applied to a pension administration service

    - Excellent presentation skills with the ability to both understand and translate data and communicate resource decisions

    - A team player, able to build effective relationships at all levels within the organisation

     

    Please contact us for further information on:

    0161 711 1710

    Thank you.

     

  • Role: HR Specialist

    Location: Glasgow, Scotland

    Salary:£50,000 - £55,000 DOE

    Fixed Term Contract- until March 2023.

    An opportunity for a seasoned HR professional to join a company as a critical part of their HR team, working as the Policies and Procedures SME on a large scale transformation programme.

    You will work closely with the project team, taking the lead role in the HR Policy work-stream for an HR Payroll replacement programme. As part of this programme our client is looking for someone to support them in a business wide policy refresh/ update and overhaul. You will be able to help our client design and review socially progressive HR policies whilst ensuring your extreme supports the wider programme deliverables.

    Expectations:

    Extensive HR experience with a specialism in developing, writing and implementing HR policy and procedures

    Previous experience at a senior level working as part of an HR transformation programme

    Stakeholder engagement skills across all levels within an organisation

    Able to positively challenge the status-quo within an organisation and to drive change

    Degree in HR/ related discipline

    CIPD qualification & membership

    Able to work 2/3 days per week in central Glasgow post lock-down

    Be happy to take an initial Fixed Term contract until March 2023.

     

    Please contact us on;

    0141 442 0842

    247@hireaperson.com

    Thank you.

  • Location: Glasgow, Scotland

    Salary: £15,000-£20,000 per annum

    Role: Human Resource Specialist

    The Army is more than just combat.

    As part of the Adjutant Generals Corps an Army HR job is like no other HR job.

    As a HR Specialist, you could be attached to any unit and go with them wherever they go. Although you£ll be a soldier, you£ll be fully trained in HR. You£ll have responsibility from day one and the chance to move up into senior roles £" Chartered Accountant, for example. You can get qualifications and develop your skills too. They£re recognised outside the Army so they£re great for your CV. With worldwide travel, adventure training and the chance to make friends for life, it£s exciting as well as rewarding.

    WORLD-CLASS TRAINING

    You'll start with your initial military training which will teach you how to be a soldier - this will cover everything from fieldcraft to how to handle a rifle.

    You then get specialist training at Worthy Down, Winchester to learn about military personnel and financial administration. You£re trained to use our information systems and will also get your Category B Driving licence (car). Later in your career, you can take recognised qualifications in Business Management and HR. These include apprenticeships and degrees.

    GAIN QUALIFICATIONS

    Gain a range of qualifications:

    • Level 2 Certificate for Military Personnel Administrators.
    • Level 3 Diploma for Military Personnel Administrators.
    • Business Administration Apprenticeship £" Level 2 or 3 including Functional Skills in Maths, English and IT.
    • Training is accredited by the Defence Awarding Organisation, Institute of Leadership and Management and Chartered Management Institute, ranging from Levels 4 to 7.
    • Personal development opportunity to undertake a foundation degree in HR Practice.
    • Opportunity to apply for accountancy training after qualifying period and selection.
    • Cat B Driving Licence.

    Become a HR Specialist:

    • Earn a starting salary of around £15,000 per annum during Basic Training which will rise to £20,000 after completing 26 weeks£ training or after completing your Initial Trade Training, if less than 26 weeks
    • Receive subsidised accommodation and facilities, increasing your disposable income
    • Receive free medical and dental health cover
    • Have the continuous access promotional opportunity and to continually progress your career
    • Be sponsored to earn valuable civilian-recognised qualifications
    • Take part in Adventurous Training and be able to play your favourite sports.

     

    You should be:

    • Regular Army age: 16 £" 35 years
    • Army Reserve age: 18 £" 49 years

    Qualifications:

    GCSE Grade A£"D/9-3 in at least English Language and Maths. 

    Vocational qualifications such as an NVQ in Business Administration will be considered.

    Fitness requirements:

    • Mid-Thigh Pull 50kg
    • Medicine Ball Throw 2.7m
    • 2km run 12m (11m for Junior Entry)

    Suitable interests:

    • Decision making & responsibility
    • Outdoor activities
    • Working outside
    • Technology£

    Please contact us for further details on 0141 442 0842 for further details.

     

     

    247@hireaperson.com

     

    Thank you.

  • Role: HR Business Partner

    Location: Glasgow, Scotland

    Salary: £42,000

    Looking for an individual who has experience in delivery of HR strategy and practices. 

    Working in partnership with Operations sharing responsibility for the delivery of key people metrics. As the HR point of contact proactively support the delivery of effective people management through expert advice and guidance, along with coaching and mentoring people managers. Identify solutions to people concerns through the development and implementation of improved people practices to meet the companies needs. 
     
    Responsibilities:
     

    Build effective partnerships, working closely with the Operations and Support teams to understand business priorities and drive strong business results.

    Influence senior management to deliver people agenda.

    Train, coach and challenge managers in their application of HR policies to ensure the effective management of people in line with the Companies philosophy.

    Support Managers deal with complex and sensitive employee relations matters.

    Translate business requirements into effective HR practices; proactively identifying, developing and leading people solutions to positively impact business results.

    Analyse management information and monitor effectiveness of people practises to offer insight into management effectiveness, making recommendations for improvement.

    Provide employee engagement insight, supporting Operational and Support teams in understanding and addressing employee concerns to drive engagement.

    Execution of appraisal, reward and compensation cycles.

    Drive talent management across the business through development programmes and succession planning.

    Plan, lead and deliver organisational change initiatives, minimising people impact and business risk.

    Management of HR Assistants; delivering effective lifecycle administration, streamlining ways of working and promote professional development.

     
    Benefits: 
     
    3% pension scheme, 4% life assurance scheme
     
     
     
    Please contact us on;
     
    0141 442 0842
     
    247@hireaperson.com
  • Location: East Midlands

    Salary: £15,000-£20,000 per annum

    Role: Human Resource Specialist

    The Army is more than just combat

    As part of the Adjutant Generals Corps an Army HR job is like no other HR job.

    As a HR Specialist, you could be attached to any unit and go with them wherever they go. Although you£ll be a soldier, you£ll be fully trained in HR. You£ll have responsibility from day one and the chance to move up into senior roles £" Chartered Accountant, for example. You can get qualifications and develop your skills too. They£re recognised outside the Army so they£re great for your CV. With worldwide travel, adventure training and the chance to make friends for life, it£s exciting as well as rewarding.

    WORLD-CLASS TRAINING

    You'll start with your initial military training which will teach you how to be a soldier - this will cover everything from fieldcraft to how to handle a rifle.

    You then get specialist training at Worthy Down, Winchester to learn about military personnel and financial administration. You£re trained to use our information systems and will also get your Category B Driving licence (car). Later in your career, you can take recognised qualifications in Business Management and HR. These include apprenticeships and degrees.

    GAIN QUALIFICATIONS

    Gain a range of qualifications:

    • Level 2 Certificate for Military Personnel Administrators.
    • Level 3 Diploma for Military Personnel Administrators.
    • Business Administration Apprenticeship £" Level 2 or 3 including Functional Skills in Maths, English and IT.
    • Training is accredited by the Defence Awarding Organisation, Institute of Leadership and Management and Chartered Management Institute, ranging from Levels 4 to 7.
    • Personal development opportunity to undertake a foundation degree in HR Practice.
    • Opportunity to apply for accountancy training after qualifying period and selection.
    • Cat B Driving Licence.

    Become a HR Specialist:

    • Earn a starting salary of around £15,000 per annum during Basic Training which will rise to £20,000 after completing 26 weeks£ training or after completing your Initial Trade Training, if less than 26 weeks
    • Receive subsidised accommodation and facilities, increasing your disposable income
    • Receive free medical and dental health cover
    • Have the continuous access promotional opportunity and to continually progress your career
    • Be sponsored to earn valuable civilian-recognised qualifications
    • Take part in Adventurous Training and be able to play your favourite sports.

     

    You should be:

    • Regular Army age: 16 £" 35 years
    • Army Reserve age: 18 £" 49 years

    Qualifications:

    GCSE Grade A£"D/9-3 in at least English Language and Maths. 

    Vocational qualifications such as an NVQ in Business Administration will be considered.

    Fitness requirements:

    • Mid-Thigh Pull 50kg
    • Medicine Ball Throw 2.7m
    • 2km run 12m (11m for Junior Entry)

    Suitable interests:

    • Decision making & responsibility
    • Outdoor activities
    • Working outside
    • Technology

    £

    Please contact us for further details on 0121 271 0727  for further details.

     

    info@hireaperson.com

  • Role: Regional HR Business Partner

    Location: Management team based in the North West.

    * Regular travel required across the UK (1 - 2 nights per week away)

    Salary: £40,000

    Benefits: Car allowance, BUPA medical, life assurance.



    An opportunity has arisen to work for one of the leading equipment rental businesses in the world.

    Reporting to the HR Director and working closely alongside 2 other HRBPs

    Responsible for managing the HR contribution for specific regions and divisions within the organisation. As HR Business Partner your role will be to support the midterm plan and strategic objectives within your region/ division, through effective operational, and strategic solutions.

    Need to be flexible to travel nationwide on a regular basis. You must be a minimum of level 5 CIPD qualified, have proven HR generalist experience, a credible influencer and communicator and have strong commercial business awareness.

    Responsibilities:

    • Work in conjunction with the Business Director to develop business plans / structure change plans as required to improve the effectiveness of the regional structures.
    • Provide advice to the Regional Management team in the development of resourcing, succession and recruitment plans.
    • Drive the effective delivery of change initiatives within Region/Business Unit areas of responsibility.
    • Lead HR projects as required from time to time, working with the wider HR function and stakeholders across the Business and its effectiveness within the business.
    • Provide first line management advice and support regarding employee relations matters, in line with company policy and local employment law.
    • Attend the monthly regional Performance Review Meetings.
    • Identify patterns/trends of ER that may suggest underlying issues and propose viable business solutions.
    • Provide regular guidance to team members and senior managers on HR services that are compatible with the strategy of the business.
    • Support the regional headcount within budget requirements and constraints.
    • Contribute to the formation and maintenance of HR polices to support the needs of the business.
    • Provide guidance to line managers on salary and reward reviews, performance assessment and budget allocation.
    • Ownership of the Region/Business Unit annual performance appraisal process and ensure the process continues to drive performance to meet business needs through ongoing review.
    • Play an active role in employee engagement activities across the business.

     

    Expectations:

    • Minimum of Level 5 CIPD qualified with an in-depth and up to date understanding and application of UK employment legislation.
    • Proven generalist HR experience working with blue collar and white collar teams.
    • Demonstrable knowledge across all functions including Performance Management, ER, Reward and Succession planning.
    • Experience of managing a challenging ER case load in a multi-site business.
    • Evidence of ability to communicate and influence at all levels in a business including at a senior management level.
    • Strong organisational, communication, administration, problem solving and decision-making skills.
    • The ability to think of the bigger picture in terms of solutions and to understand the business impact and risks of alternative solutions.
    • Effective communication skills and building relationships quickly with key stakeholders.
    • A strong customer and commercial focus.
    • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
    • An ability to work under pressure and multitask, resilient with a calm, mature and professional outlook at all times.
    • Ability to be flexible in relation to work locations at short notice.
    • Flexible with overnight stays 1-2 nights a week.

    £

    Please contact us on 0161 711 1710

    amber.mcneill@hireaperson.com

    Thank you.

  • Role: Human Resources Administrator

    Location: Salford

    Salary: £21,000 per annum

     

    Expectations:

    • Experience of administration within a similar environment
    • Knowledge of HR admin systems
    • Experience of working within a fast paced environment
    • Good communication skills
    • Experience of using an HR Database system & IT literate, competent excel
    • Can work well within a busy HR Team

    Duties:

    • Acting as the first point of contact for HR queries
    • HR analytics
    • Maintaining HR & employee records
    • Recruitment administration, compliance checks and employee onboarding
    • Processing HR & payroll reports 
    • Generating official HR documentation
    • Coordinating all HR related communication
    • Support the wider HR team with administrative tasks

    £

    Please contact us for futher details;

    0161 711 1710

    amber.mcneill@hireaperson.com

    Thank you.

     

  • Role: HR Specialist

    Location: Manchester

    Salary: £15,000-£20,000 per annum

    Human Resource Specialist

    The Army is more than just combat.

    As part of the Adjutant Generals Corps an Army HR job is like no other HR job.

    As a HR Specialist, you could be attached to any unit and go with them wherever they go. Although you£ll be a soldier, you£ll be fully trained in HR. You£ll have responsibility from day one and the chance to move up into senior roles £" Chartered Accountant, for example. You can get qualifications and develop your skills too. They£re recognised outside the Army so they£re great for your CV. With worldwide travel, adventure training and the chance to make friends for life, it£s exciting as well as rewarding.

    WORLD-CLASS TRAINING

    You'll start with your initial military training which will teach you how to be a soldier - this will cover everything from fieldcraft to how to handle a rifle.

    You then get specialist training at Worthy Down, Winchester to learn about military personnel and financial administration. You£re trained to use our information systems and will also get your Category B Driving licence (car). Later in your career, you can take recognised qualifications in Business Management and HR. These include apprenticeships and degrees.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    The Army can help you gain a range of qualifications:

    • Level 2 Certificate for Military Personnel Administrators.
    • Level 3 Diploma for Military Personnel Administrators.
    • Business Administration Apprenticeship £" Level 2 or 3 including Functional Skills in Maths, English and IT.
    • Training is accredited by the Defence Awarding Organisation, Institute of Leadership and Management and Chartered Management Institute, ranging from Levels 4 to 7.
    • Personal development opportunity to undertake a foundation degree in HR Practice.
    • Opportunity to apply for accountancy training after qualifying period and selection.
    • Cat B Driving Licence.

    Become a HR Specialist and you£ll:

    • Earn a starting salary of around £15,000 per annum during Basic Training which will rise to £20,000 after completing 26 weeks£ training or after completing your Initial Trade Training, if less than 26 weeks
    • Receive subsidised accommodation and facilities, increasing your disposable income
    • Receive free medical and dental health cover
    • Have the continuous access promotional opportunity and to continually progress your career
    • Be sponsored to earn valuable civilian-recognised qualifications
    • Take part in Adventurous Training and be able to play your favourite sports.

    You should be:

    • Regular Army age: 16 £" 35 years
    • Army Reserve age: 18 £" 49 years

    Qualifications:

    GCSE Grade A£"D/9-3 in at least English Language and Maths. 

    Vocational qualifications such as an NVQ in Business Administration will be considered.

    Fitness requirements:

    • Mid-Thigh Pull 50kg
    • Medicine Ball Throw 2.7m
    • 2km run 12m (11m for Junior Entry)£

    Please contact us on  0161 711 1710  for further details.

    cv@hireaperson.com

  • Role: Human Resources Administrator

    Location: Alderley Edge, Cheshire.

    Salary: £20,000 per annum.

     

     

    Role:

    Be fundamental in supporting our end to end people journey, ensuring people have the best possible onboarding experience.

    Ensure all HR support queries and calls are responded to in a prompt and personable manner.

    Work closely with the Finance team supporting the timely completion of key monthly processes such as - payroll, expenses, timesheets and pensions

     Help users to access the right learning materials, process examinations, and engage with third-party providers.

    Plan, coordinate and communicate company events across our community

     

    Expectations:

    Proven background in operating in a similar HR Administration capacity

    A genuine interest in people engagement and development

    Excellent verbal and written communication

    Good team dynamics

    Attention to detail

    Strong organisational skills

     

    For further information please contact us on;

    0161 711 1710

    amber.mcneill@hireaperson.com

    Thank you.

     

     

  • Role: Human Resources Administrator

    Location: Surrey

    Salary: £22,000 per annum

    12-month fixed term contract

    Providing all round support and administration to the team.

    Duties:

    • Maintenance of the digital and paper personnel files
    • Responsibility for data within the HR portal (regular maintenance to ensure everything is up to date and accurate)
    • Raising paperwork for staff changes as required
    • Setting up new employees on HR portal and assisting HR Coordinator with creation of offer documentation and new starter process
    • Administering the leaver process (creating resignation acceptance letters, notifying relevant teams, updating payroll, etc.)
    • Assisting the HR Coordinator with ongoing configuration of new HR portal (implementing new workflows and digital forms)
    • Responding to reference requests
    • Administration of company benefit schemes
    • Assisting with administration of monthly payroll as required
    • Providing standard or ad-hoc reporting

    Expectations:

    • Are experienced at working in a fast-paced administration role
    • Are highly organised with excellent attention to detail and a high level of accuracy.
    • Can maintain a high degree of confidentiality and discretion at all times.
    • Consider yourself to be a confident communicator (both written and verbal), able to comfortably engage with people at all levels.
    • Can work well under pressure, using own initiative, and often with changing priorities
    • Are IT literate, comfortable picking up new systems with ease (our current HR system is People HR).

    Any prior HR administration experience would be beneficial.

     

    For further details please contact us on:

    020 301 13811

    info@hireaperson.com

    Thank you.

     

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