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HR Manager

  • Location: County Westmeath
  • Job Type:Permanent
  • Sector: HR
  • Contact Email:
  • Job Ref: 23001

I am thrilled to announce an exciting opening for an experienced HR Manager position in Mullingar with a globally recognised industry leader. This dynamic role presents a unique opportunity to contribute to the ongoing success and growth of a renowned company celebrated for its expertise in designing, manufacturing, installing, servicing, and commissioning advanced systems

The HR Manager will support the Head of HR and HR/Payroll team in enhancing all Recruitment, HR & Payroll activities across the business. The HR Manager will be responsible for recruitment and onboarding, employee engagement, learning & development, career development, pay and benefits, employee relations, industrial relations, employment law and compliance, reporting and strategic HRM. Implement the HR Strategy in line with the Company Values, Strategy and Operational goals.

HR Manager - Job Responsibilities:

  • Effectively manage, lead, coach, and mentor a team of Payroll, Recruitment, and HR personnel.

  • Implement the HR Strategy in line with the company values, strategy, and operational goals.

  • Oversee HR operations to ensure all standards are maintained in compliance with Irish employment laws and WRC inspections.

  • Develop and update HR, Recruitment, and Payroll policies and procedures in accordance with ROI legislative requirements, providing guidance on their application.

  • Ensure accuracy and integrity of all employee-related data, maintaining compliance with GDPR.

  • Create and manage reports on key HR metrics, including absenteeism, service delivery KPIs, headcount, turnover rates, and payroll.

  • Provide meaningful management information, analysis, and recommendations to support business operations.

HR Manager requirements:

  • Degree in Human Resources or related discipline.

  • Minimum 3+ years’ working experience in performance management processes and Irish and UK employment law.

  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills.

  • Ability to prioritise work and manage challenging workload.

  • Flexible, adaptable and can-do attitude to work.

  • Demonstrated skills in Performance Management, Employee/Industrial Relations and Pay & Benefits.

For a confidential discussion, please contact Tina Cornally.