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HR Generalist

  • Sector: HR
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  • Job Ref: 22929

Our client, an independent aviation solutions company providing comprehensive maintenance, modification and support services to operators around the world has an exceptional opportunity for a highly motivated HR Generalist to join their team based in Shannon Co Clare on a 12-18 month fixed term contract.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Assist in the HR Strategy as appropriate.

  • Review & assist with updates to HR policies & procedures.

  • Provide HR advice to Line Managers and employees throughout all stages of the employee life cycle, ensuring advice is legally compliant and in line with company policy & procedure.

  • Advise on best practice, supporting the development and implementation of robust initiatives that deliver against current and future business requirements.

  • Provide support to the HR management group and take the lead on certain projects as advised on HR-wide initiatives 

  • HR analytics and reporting on a weekly and monthly basis.

  • Support performance management and the review process, including probations.

  • Management of the relocation process for new hires from abroad including processing Work Permit applications, booking flights and organising accommodation.

  • Manage the recruitment, onboarding and administration of the apprenticeship programme.

  • General Administration within the HR Department to ensure we are compliance ready at all times (e.g. updating systems, employee files, training and development records etc) 

  • Review & assist with updates to HR policies & procedures.

  • Assist in Company wide activities and diverse engagement programmes. 

  • Provide a professional and credible HR service, ensuring smooth operational practices for all HR initiatives and services. 

  • Promote a professional image of the HR team maintaining the highest standards of integrity, security, confidentiality and trust at all times.

Key Requirements

  • Degree in HR, or other related discipline is essential.

  • 5 years’ previous experience

  • Manufacturing, and experience of working in a unionised environment is preferable.

  • Strong interpersonal, influencing, coaching and communication skills. 

  • Strong working knowledge of employment law 

  • Self-motivated & resilient with the capacity to work under pressure.

For a confidential discussion and more information on the role, please contact Jessica Kennedy.