HR Manager

We are currently looking for someone to fill the role of HR Manager on either a full time or a part time basis.  This role will work directly with the Finance & HR Director and also assist the Board at Invotra with HR support and advice.

The responsibilities of the role will include, but are not restricted to:

  • Recruitment (through specialised avenues, not just job boards), ensuring references and candidate verification are completed and work with line managers to ensure the subsequent successful on-boarding of new hires

  • Organising and conducting interviews, tests and employment contract preparation

  • Oversee the monitoring of employee performance and career development needs

  • Management of holidays, statutory leave, sickness, disciplinary & grievance matters etc

  • Organisation of staff training

  • Recommending and updating HR guidelines, policies and procedures and give advice and guidance to staff in relation to these and any other such matters which arise

  • Stay abreast of relevant legislation, consider it’s impact on the organisation’s HR strategy and recommend appropriate action

  • Reviewing and updating health & safety policies and ensuring they are observed and and facilities comply with best practice and legislation

  • Ensuring Company culture is maintained and allowed to scale with fast Company growth

  • Work with Finance Manager to ensure all aspects of payroll, compensation and benefits are administered to a high standard

  • Own ISO compliance for all HR matters and conduct all HR activities and maintenance of HR records, policies and systems to ISO standards

  • Ensure focus is maintained on the promotion of apprenticeships, striving to be a centre of excellence for the development of apprentices within the industry

  • Using a range of office software, including spreadsheets and databases and maintenance of HR related pages of the Company intranet

Person Specification

  • CIPD qualified to L5 or above, or have an equivalent level of experience

  • Previous experience in a similar level role, including interviewing, handling staff problems and keeping track of staff progress.  Need to be skilled at recruiting, identifying and developing talent

  • A passion to work in what is a mostly internal customer-facing position, and to exceed service expectations by being friendly, professional, responsive and somewhat savvy with technology ( IT & website functionality and HR systems) so that colleagues and clients can be as productive as possible

  • Good organisational, time management skills as well as personal integrity and the ability to maintain confidentiality is paramount

  • A passion for developing new and streamlined systems and processes

  • Strong at building relationships of trust and understanding

  • Excellent communication skills (verbal & written)

  • The ability to get stuff done!  Skilled at converting project ideas into tangible outcomes

  • A self-directed, proactive approach to making the most of one’s position.  Someone who “creates” their own work rather than waiting to be handed assignments.

  • Quality & accuracy of work, reliability, flexibility and dependability

  • Adaptable working style.  Prepared to ‘wear many hats’ in a small but rapidly growing fun organisation.  Able to advise and work at a board level while also prepared to get stuck into administrative tasks

About our company:

We develop and provide an SaaS Enterprise Intranet and Portal Solutions to 47% of the UK Government, and other organisations worldwide. We have offices in Woking, Newcastle-upon-Tyne and Dublin and Denver Colorado although the role would be based in Woking with occasional travel to our other offices .  

We encourage a culture of mutual support and self improvement, combined with a passion for technology, doing things right, and continuously improving our product.

Next Steps:

If this is of interest to you please respond to us with your CV with a cover letter. Good luck and we look forward to hearing from you!

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