Daventry, NTH, United Kingdom
Job ID: 42792
The jobholder has accountability for providing support to the UK HR Manager, and the Site Director at the Daventry facility, to facilitate the provision of an effective HR service to the site.
With responsibility for providing HR support to all levels of staff, including senior management, the position requires a confident, self-motivated HR professional with highly effective communication and time management skills coupled with the ability to influence at all levels.
The job holder should have the ability to work well under pressure in an ever changing environment.
PRINCIPAL TASKS OF JOB / CORE RESPONSIBILITIES:
Ensure compliance of Ingram Micro policies and procedures.
Support the Site Director and other Departmental Managers as and when required
Provide an accurate and efficient administrative service to ensure implementation of company HR policies and procedures and statutory requirements
Provision of specialist advice and support to Line Managers on best practice in all aspects of employment, including company policies and legislation.
Provide an advisory service to all employees on Company employment policies and procedures.
Monitor and maintain information systems to ensure the accurate collation of statistical data
Provision of weekly and monthly management information for all sites (i.e. headcount/absence/attrition/overtime reports etc).
Conduct inductions (as and when necessary) and maintain the probationary review process.
Conducting exit interviews (as and when necessary)
Consulting on issues related to workplace relations, performance and capability management.
Advising on staff training needs and development with department managers.
Manage and conduct disciplinary, appeal, grievance and mediation processes.
Assist in continuous employee improvement, quality and performance.
Manage staff relationship problems promptly.
To advise on procedures in relation to recruitment and selection ensuring that company guidelines are adhered to.
Ensure that confidentiality is maintained at all times.
To achieve deadlines as set by the company.
To have a flexible approach to work.
GCSE grade 'C' or above in both Mathematics & English
CIPD level 5 - Essential
CIPD level 7 - Desirable
Full, clean driving licence - Essential
Skills & Abilities:
Excellent communication skills
Ability to manage difficult situations and resolve escalations
Ability to use HR information systems
Communication skills to communicate verbally and written with a diverse employee and client group
Previous experience in providing employment law advice and support to senior management
Previous experience of working within a HR generalist role
Practical experience of HR issues (discipline, grievance, performance, absence management etc.)