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HR Advisor

Muir of Ord, Highland
December 27, 2023

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Job Description

Our client is currently recruiting for the position of HR Advisor, based in Muir of Ord. This is a full-time role, initially on a 9 month temporary contract but with the potential to become a permanent role. The HR Advisor will provide specific support for the provision of recruitment and selection services, discipline and grievance cases and advisory services to managers on company policy, practices and procedures.

Key Responsibilities

To assist the HR Manager in all HR Issues in the running of both sites.

Provide an HR and training and development advisory service to all internal managers.

Assist the HR Manager on the implementation of HR policies and procedures, promoting Best Practice throughout the company, and the provision of interpretation and training for current and forthcoming employment legislation.

Provide advice and guidance for all employee relations issues including disciplinary and grievance, long- term sickness absence, retirement and redundancies.

Keep Disciplinary Register up to date to provide accurate information for monitoring purposes.

Assist the HR Manager as required on recruitment and selection activities, providing Best Practice advice for all managers and setting standards.

Maintain relevant HR Information Systems on an ongoing basis, and in line with any relevant ICS control procedures.

Coordinate annual Performance Evaluation and Objective processes, ensuring that all training requirements are captured and monitored on an on-going basis.

Liaise with departmental managers on a regular basis to facilitate training needs. Co-ordinate external training and development activities.

Contribute to monthly HR measurement statistics as required, including sickness absence reports, overtime analysis, training hours, headcount and other HR KPI’s as required.

Initiate and develop exit interviews and post-induction reviews. Develop the induction process ensuring all areas of HR induction are covered and reported for all new employees.

Skills & Experience

Certificate in Human Resource Practice or further CIPD qualification preffered.

Proven experience in providing generalist operational HR support within a similar environment is essential.

Knowledge of relevant HR policies and procedures and best practice in a variety of Employee Relations topics.

Experience in interpreting, implementing and advising on such policies, procedures and practices.

Ability to use an HR information system including accessing, inputting and reporting data.

Fully IT literate in Microsoft Office suite, SAP & Q-Pulse systems.

Strong verbal communication skills to communicate with a diverse client group.

Excellent written communication skills to produce succinct correspondence and reports.

The ability to research, analyse and reason logically and effectively within tight and conflicting timeframes.

A good working knowledge of business operational requirements, including health, safety, environmental and quality topics.

Commited to raising standards and delivering results

Intergrity and the ability to handle confidential information appropriately

Ability to communicate effectively in verbal and writeen format to all levels.

Good planing and organisational skills.

Ability to work as an individual and in a team environment

Ability to work on own initiative and with limited supervision.