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Human Resources & Organisational Development Manager- Hybrid

  • Sector: HR
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  • Job Ref: 21747

HYBRID - DUBLIN CITY CENTER- 2 year FTC(strong possibility of perm role)

This role would be ideal for an experienced HR Manager with recruitment experience, but who wishes to build a career in other areas of HR. The role will be approx 80% HR related duties and overseeing the recruitment function for the company.

The Job:

I am working alongside a government agency who are one of the most successful investment promotion agencies in the world to hire a HR & OD Manager to join their HR&OD team. The role is based in the clients new Global Head Quarters in Dublin City.

HR & OD Manager responsibilities: 

•To work with the Head of HR & Organisational Development to drive and implement initiatives in line with company Strategy.

•To manage the global resourcing/selection and recruitment function of Senior Hiring positions.

•To ensure the effective development and management of administrative activities on employment contract management, onboarding/first day induction, probation management, purchase orders etc. 

•To procure appropriate suppliers to support delivery of the organisations resourcing requirements and the management of day to day supplier relationships going forward.

•To manage the global relocation of team members as they transition to and from overseas offices.

•To lead, motivate, drive and manage a team to deliver on key tasks. 

•To contribute to the selection and recruitment function within the organisation and to provide feedback to staff, and candidates as necessary.

•Liaise with Financial Management to ensure effective and timely spend of associated HR Budget items.

•To address Grievance and Disciplinary issues as they arise.  

•To promote learning, continuous development and knowledge sharing within the department and across the organisation.

HR & OD Manager requirements:

•A relevant third level qualification, to Level 8 in HR&OD is essential. 

•Track record and experience of effective and supportive people management/ supervision is essential. 

•Be an associate member or be eligible for membership of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD).

•Experience in the execution and management of large-scale recruitment would be an advantage.

•Ongoing flexibility and interest in international career progression and development is required. 

•This role will require flexible working hours.

•A full driving licence is essential.


For a confidential discussion, please contact Tina Cornally.