HR Manager

  • Location:
  • Salary:
    £55,000
  • Job type:
    Permanent
  • Posted:
    4 weeks ago
  • Category:
    Non-finance
  • Deadline:
    Open
  • Job ID:
    80902

Our client is a high growth, UK wide group of Solicitors (Legal Services).
With sizable recent investment and disruptive mindset this Group has ambitious plans of both UK wide M&A and organic growth over the next 3-5 Years.

As part of the companies continued expansion, FRS have been enlisted to assist with the recruitment of an experienced HR Manager to join the Group.

Working closely with the CEO, COO, CFO (COFA) this is key role to group forming part of the executive team, This position promises to be wide reaching too and will be key to the company’s ongoing growth and expansion.

Main Purpose of Job
To manage the HR and Training for the Group and assisting the group in becoming The Best Place to Work by developing new programmes and improving people management.

Main Responsibilities

To lead and support the development and implementation of HR policies across all areas of the group;
Work with the HR team to develop, co-ordinate, implement and audit all HR activity within the department and across the organisation;
Ensure effective implementation of the disciplinary and grievance procedures;
Ensure effective performance management plans are in place and followed;
Monitoring Officer and Account Manager for Payroll & Pensions.
To manage the appraisal process;
To induct, train and coordinate new personnel;
To provide all staff with Personal development plans;
Issuing new contracts, changes to terms letters and keeping accurate staff records;
To manage the HR portal and ensure profiles are continually updated and accurate.
Formulating personnel systems and strategies appropriate to the company’s corporate mission and goals
Recruiting and selecting staff
Developing remuneration and reward procedures
Keeping the board informed on personnel and employee-relations policies, as needed, to preserve and facilitate company strategy
Planning and directing employee training and development programmes
Improving management / employee communications, including mediating in disputes and advising line managers on how to implement personnel policies
Ensuring compliance with employment law
Ensuring that health and safety procedures are adequate
Knowledge, skills and experience required

The ability to motivate and lead a team;
Initiative and enthusiasm;
Excellent communication and ‘people skills’;
Good planning and organisational skills;
The ability to work calmly under pressure;
Ability to deal with competing priorities and meet deadlines;
Demonstrates a ‘can-do’ attitude;
Understanding the Employee and Employer sides in all circumstances.