A Human Resource Generalist is required to support the HR Function of a growing company.
The ideal candidate will have excellent communication and organisational skills, with 2 years of experience in general employee relations as well as talent acquisition. This role requires a candidate with excellent interpersonal skills as you’ll often be asked to work closely with others across different departments.
Recruitment and Onboarding
- Manage the full end-to-end recruitment process from raising hire requisitions, sourcing, and attracting talent, liaising with agencies, and posting of roles on job boards and managing social media platforms.
- Initial screening of CVs, scheduling and conducting interviews where necessary, reference checking and other screening checks and assessments right through to offer stage
- Engage with managers on the new hire onboarding process and probation periods to ensure full adherence
- Process & track all tasks and activities associated with new hires
- Liaise with payroll re new starters / leavers / annual leave / contract changes etc
- Ensure all disciplinary matters are managed appropriately
- Coordinate ER processes in conjunction with the HRBP to include drafting correspondence and minute taking
- Assist with performance management processes and improvements.
General HR Responsibilities
- Review and update the HR policies and procedures in line with legislation updates and continuous improvement initiatives
- Archiving and filing of documentation in conjunction with GDPR requirements
- Co-ordinate and support the Performance Management process & bonus reviews.
- Conduct analysis on various HR data and metrics and suggest actions for improvement
- Coordinate the Company’s Wellness Programme, identifying wellbeing initiatives and opportunities to implement.
- Support the HRBP on various improvement projects and companywide initiatives across the organisation.
- 2+ years of HR Generalist experience
- Bachelor's Degree in Human Resources Management, or similar
- Working knowledge and understanding of employment legislation.
- Excellent planning, organisational, and time management skills
- Excellent, proven interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills.
- Ability to work effectively both within a team and independently.
- Proactive, Flexible, and adaptable to change in a dynamic working environment
- CIPD Accreditation or working towards (preferred)
For a confidential discussion and more information on the role, please contact Deirdre Moran.