£50000 - £55000 per annum + attractive benefits package
17 days ago
HR Manager required to work in a high performing regional law practice. This is a unique and exciting opportunity to take on the newly created role and help shape and influence the HR function.
The overall purpose of the role of HR Manager is to oversee and manage the provision of the HR/OD activity that enables the business to achieve the strategic outcomes and commercial outlook and which enhances individual and collective performance to ensure ongoing commercial viability as well as promoting the business as an employer of choice.
Working directly with the senior leadership team; this is an exciting opportunity to have a direct and positive impact on the business and its employees. The appointed HR Manager will be a key member of a small HR service that is viewed as a valuable contributor to building a successful and sustainable business.
Key responsibilities of the HR Manager include:
- Management of the recruitment and selection process ensuring there is a workforce/pipeline plan.
- Assess training needs and develop and monitor training plans including the development of an apprenticeship scheme.
- Provide a strategic and operational contribution to the HR & OD agenda.
- Provide information and guidance to Managers and staff on employment related policies, procedures, processes and terms & conditions.
- Identify and implement HR activity that proactively contributes to the Health and wellbeingof staff.
- Management of one direct report.
The successful HR Manager will be CIPD Level 7 qualified or equivalent and will have a substantial, relevant background within HR & OD and proven credibility in the field gained within a customer-focused business.
We would ideally like to hear from candidates who have previously been an integral part of a positive change and transformation process ideally around the culture of the business.
This HR Manager role will suit individuals who wish to be part of a dynamic and evolving business which views the engagement, development and wellbeing of all of their employees as fundamental.
If you feel you have the necessary skills and experience for this HR Manager role, please apply now or contact Natalie Ferguson - HR specialist at Sellick Partnership Manchester office.
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