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HR Generalist - Hertfordshire, Watford, WD17 1DS

The HR Generalist will form a key part of the UK HR team. The role will provide administrative HR support to an assigned HR Generalist group, in addition to being directly responsible for building and maintaining relationships with managers of an assigned business line(s) to aid management in achieving workforce goals. The role will be responsible for providing commercial, credible and professional advice to the business, in line with best practice, company policy and the respective country laws. The role is performed under minimal supervision, and provides complex and highly confidential HR support services.

Duties include:
• General HR administration, support and correspondence;
• Conduct new employee security screening, generate contracts of employment and oversee the on-boarding process;
• Assist Line-Managers and HR Business Partner with ensuring compliance to new starter and leavers process;
• Manage day-to-day recruitment activities (i.e., requisition processing, compliance with job classification codes, negotiate with third party vendors, direct candidate searches, advise managers on interview strategies and design (e.g. interview questions and assessment centres), candidate negotiations);
• Design, coordinate and facilitate HR training courses;
• Work with HR Business Partner to update and maintain HR policies and procedures;
• Compiling and analysing data for weekly / monthly management reports;
• Manage and advise on employee relations casework, which may include: absence management, investigation, disciplinary and grievance issues. Additionally, taking notes and advising management during the meetings etc.
• Conducts exit interviews and analyse data and makes recommendations to the HR Business Partner for corrective action and continuous improvement.
• Support HR Business Partner on delivering business line and/or UK specific projects (e.g., salary benchmarking, implementation of new legislation, annual employee performance cycle);
• Develop and maintain strong relationships with all levels of management, supporting specific business line(s) to achieve people related departmental and organisational goals;
• Ensures that HR data is tracked and monitored for the purpose of reporting, compliance and measurement (i.e. Key Performance Indicators).

Skills and Experience:
• Typically will have a minimum of two years' experience performing HR and recruitment (either in-house or agency) activities in a generalist / advisory position;
• Proven experience of supporting and advising managers on employee relations cases (e.g. performance management, grievance, investigations and disciplinary activities);
• Able to identify and mitigate risk through compliance with UK law. An understanding of European law (e.g., European employment law; fitness and probity - Central Bank of Ireland; Working Time Regulations - EU) would be advantageous, but not essential;
• Proven experience in in design and delivery of full recruitment activities, with the ability to recruit for multiple high level positions;
• Proven experience in direct recruitment strategies, which could include: low level "head hunting" through social networks (i.e. Linked In), networking, CV database searching.
• Strong organisational and administrative skills, with creative and outstanding written and verbal communication skills.
• Proven experience of writing HR documentation (i.e., researching, writing and updating HR letters and templates);
• Ability to prioritise multiple tasks and meet deadlines, whilst maintaining strong attention to detail;
• Analytical and numerate. Able to interrupt data (e.g., employee engagement data) and perform at intermediate analysis level using Excel;
• Proven experience of using HR information Systems (HRIS). In particular, People Soft and Candidate Manager would be advantageous; however, other online HRIS would be considered desirable.
• Experience of working within a Matrix organisation would be advantageous, but not essential;
• Able to work on own initiative and as part of a team;
• Proficient in Excel, Word and PowerPoint;
• Proven presentation / facilitation skills.

Academic / Professional Qualifications:
• Ideally, a degree in business discipline (HR preferred) with a minimum 2:1 degree or equivalent (or an expectation thereof).
• CIPD qualified (part- or fully-).
Additional Information:
This role has been identified as a Controlled Function ("CF") under the Central Bank of Ireland's Fitness & Probity Regime. Accordingly, the Company must be satisfied on reasonable grounds that the role holder complies at all times with the Fitness and Probity Standards.

Applicants agree to permit the Company (or its agents) to conduct such due diligence as it deems necessary to satisfy itself on reasonable grounds that you comply with the Fitness and Probity Standards and that you will provide the Company with all information and/or documentation relating to your qualifications, experience, employment history, financial soundness and other interests that the Company requests for that purposeLink megjelenítése" width="0" height="0" />
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