£30098.00 – £30098.00
An HR Advisor is needed to join a world leading company specialising in innovative PFC-free materials, treatments, and aftercare systems. Working at least one day a week from their Wadhurst offices based in East Sussex this is a key role optimising Partner performance and impact within the company by fostering a supportive and fair environment.
As a top-tier manufacturer of care products and material systems for outdoor attire, footwear, and gear, committed Partners oversee the in-house development and production of the product range. Being the sole outdoor company to receive the Queen’s Award for Sustainable Development, the organisation consistently prioritises minimising environmental impact.
In this multifaceted HR role, the focus is on delivering top-tier guidance, services, and support to employees across the organisation while collaborating with HR partners to extend support throughout the entire Group. The emphasis is on aligning and implementing the HR strategy with organisational goals, championing the Group’s values, and facilitating development through training sessions. Advocacy for fair treatment, welfare, and inclusivity is paramount, addressing issues of discrimination or exclusion and promoting equality and diversity. The responsibilities include reinforcing company processes, managing appraisal and review processes, overseeing company benefits, and supporting management in disciplinary and performance improvement processes. Additionally, the role encompasses end-to-end recruitment processes, onboarding coordination, and assistance in various tasks for the Director of HR. Utilising HR systems, ensuring GDPR compliance, and contributing to policy development and system improvements round out the comprehensive approach to human resources management.
To qualify… Whether you call yourself a HR Advisor / Human Resources Partner / HR Strategy Specialist we don’t mind, you just need to possess the right attitude and your cv should demonstrate the following:
- Experience of working in a busy HR Department
- Capable of efficiently handling a diverse and substantial workload, including extensive administrative responsibilities
- Adept at collaborating with individuals with outstanding interpersonal skills
- Well-versed in UK HR legislation and best practice guidance
- Analytical, with a good understanding of HR systems and databases
- Experienced in the practical application of company policies and procedures.
- Proficient with computer packages, showcasing advanced Excel skills.
- Educated to GCSE level (or equivalent) in both English and Maths.
This is an excellent opportunity for a HR Advisor looking to progress their career within a first-class business. You can expect competitive benefits and rewards including pension, health cash plan and profit related bonus scheme. Additional flexible benefit options include boosted pension contributions, extra holiday, increased health cash plan or assistance with childcare costs plus much more.