Location Ballymena, County Antrim
Job type Permanent
Salary £14950 - £15000 per annum
Published 8 months ago
Start date ASAP
Contact Carla McCamley
Job reference BA 0057687_1570190319

Job description

Our large client in the Ballymena area are looking to recruit a HR Officer to join their team on a part time basis for 20 hours.

Job Purpose:

Responsible for providing an efficient HR service to the business and to support the development and implementation of HR initiatives, champion best practice in the workplace and act as a driver for change and continuous improvement

Main Activities/Responsibilities:

  • Monitor and evaluate the HR Service to the site to ensure the function is adding value to the business
  • Provide robust, accurate and timely HR advice in line with company policies and procedures, best practice and site strategy
  • Manage employee administration, management and maintenance of up to date and accurate employee records on North time and in personnel files in order to be able to produce timely and accurate management reports and information
  • Report KPI's and progress against organisational plan to OD Manager weekly and provide management information on request
  • Ensure appropriate training and guidance for the management team to enable them to lead, coach and performance manage their team fairly and consistently
  • Assist OD Manager in providing training, coaching and support to line managers on HR policies and procedures
  • Co-Ordinate all recruitment activity including placing advertisements, issuing application packs and participating in interview panels. Create and implement effective on boarding plans
  • Act as company Monitoring officer and responsible for completion of FEC Monitoring return/Article 55
  • Working in conjunction with line management, proactively manage sickness absence and absenteeism in a timely manner, referring to occupational health when required
  • Participate in HR improvements projects and assist OD Manager in creating a learning culture that continually seeks a better way
  • Using XpertHR for reference, continually research, review and recommend new opportunities to improve HR policies and procedures in order to promote the fair and equitable treatment of employees, promote retention and development of people, and succession planning in order to improve business operating profit
  • Follow health and safety instructions provided and safeguard your own health and safety and that of others who may be affected by your actions
  • Undertakes tasks and projects from time to time as may be reasonably required of you by Managements in connection with your duties

Essential Criteria:

  • CIPD qualified to Associate member or above;
  • Level 5 qualification in Human Resources Management (or equivalent)
  • Minimum 2 years experience working as a HR officer/Advisor with a proven track record of success in meeting challenging deadlines
  • Good working knowledge of Employment Law and its application in the workplace
  • Evidence of effective organisational, planning and time management skills with a proven track record of success in meeting challenging deadline
  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written
  • Confident and approachable in dealing with people
  • Proactive and can do approach
  • Uses initiative and experience and applies to work situations
  • Proven problem solving and analytical skills
  • Strong knowledge of Microsoft packages including Word, Excel, Email and Powerpoint
  • Takes responsibility for actions/tasks and is passionate about the service delivered

Desirable Criteria:

  • Previous experiences of delivering in- house training
  • Train the trainer of Training delivery qualification
  • Previous work experience gained within a manufacturing/production environment

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