People Operations Specialist

at Simpson Judge Ltd
Location London
Date Posted November 19, 2021
Category Default
Job Type Full-time

Description

- Full time, permanent opportunity
- Mayfair, London
- Hybrid role; 1-2 days p/w in the office
- Salary up to £60,000 p.a.

I am currently looking for an experienced, astute and commercially savvy HR professional to join a fast growing technology company based on Pall Mall. With ambitious growth plans beginning to come to fruition, it's a fantastic time to join this highly regarded business.

This role will look after all things ER; you will work alongside the Talent Acquisition Manager to ensure all colleagues have a fantastic employment journey. Another major part of this role will be the appraisal and improvement of the company benefits and pension packages, so experience in this area would be highly advantageous.

Key duties will also include:
- Manage complex employee relations casework including dispute resolutions, disciplinaries, grievances, absence, retirement and redundancy
- Advise line managers on the terms and conditions of employment and knowledge share best practice with them
- Implement HR policy and procedures to drive performance and mitigate disputes
- Support and enhance the learning and development policy
- Provide first line advice on current and existing benefits for employees and managers
- Assist with management of payroll records and keep accounts appraised of any changes
- Work with appropriate parties on reward strategy
- Drive alignment between HR strategy and business goals
- Continuously monitor and review HR policies and processes and implement changes where necessary
- Participate in the implementation of specific projects, procedures and guidelines to help align the workforce with the strategic goals of the organisation
- Departmental administrative management in accordance with GDPR

In order to be successful in this role you will ideally have:
- CIPD Level 5 (or alternative) qualified as a minimum
- Proven HR generalist experience (minimum five years)
- Exceptional organisational and communication skills, together with proven leadership capabilities and solid knowledge of employment legislation and its application
- A proactive "team player" attitude with strong customer service and problem solving skills
- Experienced in developing and supporting line managers through change
- An ability to maintain confidentiality and act with discretion and diplomacy is crucial
- Self-motivated and able to work under own autonomy or as part of a team

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