Job role: HR Advisor
Location: Dyce, Aberdeen
Salary : £35,000 with excellent benefits
Hybrid working model
My client is transforming workforce training across the world within the global energy sector and is a market leader provider of training, learning technology and simulation solutions. By using ground-breaking new technology, it delivers world-class, industry-focused training solutions enhancing performance enabling people and companies to work smarter, safer, and more efficiently.
This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced HR Advisor to work in a functional HR role whilst participating in the execution of specific projects to help align the workforce with the strategic goals of the organisation.
In this pivotal role as an HR Advisor, you will work closely with the Director of Strategic Projects to execute strategies and processes and support the Groups vision for staff engagement, diversity & inclusion in their facilities across the UK.
Outline of Duties and Responsibilities
Proactively manage the process of the lifecycle of their employees
Manage employee relations including responding to queries grievances, absence and employee welfare and expectations
Leading the recruitment process by providing training to their hiring managers on selection strategies and interview evaluation techniques
Assisting with and developing recruitment campaigns
Administration of employee-related paperwork, such as employment contracts, new starter packs, or formal notices of termination.
Responsibility of HR information systems to access, input and compile data reports for Senior Management
Conducting exit interviews, report on themes and areas for improvement
In conjunction with Director of Strategic Projects, lead employee engagement project from HR perspective
Administering financial elements such as payroll, compensation and benefits, and pension schemes.
Participate in the implementation of specific projects, procedures, and guidelines to help align the workforce with the strategic goals of the organisation.
Continuously monitor, develop, and review HR policies and processes and implement changes where necessary to drive performance and mitigate issues
Degree or equivalent professional qualification (CIPD) desirable
HR experience in a medium-sized organisation
Mentoring senior / middle managers on employment law issues – discipline, absence, capability, and employee development
Experience of supporting individuals to meet agreed objectives and milestones
Experience in HR leadership and organisational development
Specific Skills / Personal Attributes
Excellent understanding of developments in employment law and employee relations, organisational planning, and development
Strong IT and report -writing skills
Ability to manage several on-going projects and workload effectively and efficiently
Organised with the ability to meet tight deadlines
Highly developed interpersonal skills
Have experience of working in a flexible and positive manner, being adaptable to changing work patterns
Ability to work alone, and be part of a team and be self-motivated
Understand and be able to demonstrate a commitment to Equal Opportunities and Diversity
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