HR Manager Bristol
Contract type: Permanent
Discipline: Human Resources
Opportunity for a Human Resources Manager (HR Manager) to join Human Resources (HR) based in Head Bristol .
The HR team’s workload is challenging and varied, covering the full employee life cycle and this role will provide a broad range of routine and project work requiring a high level of capability, enthusiasm and focus. You will also line manage the HR Systems Analyst and an Administrator.
Support the Group HR Director with the full range of HR administration activities involved in providing a comprehensive high-quality HR service to the business
Apply HR and business knowledge to assist managers on terms and conditions of employment and to share best practice
Manage complex employee relations casework including disciplinaries, absences, redundancies etc
Support the HR team in day to day operations
Manage and administer the existing benefits for all employees including flexible benefits,additional benefits and the company pension scheme
Deliver a flexible benefits presentation at employee monthly inductions
Respond to enquiries and requests from all levels of staff in a polite and efficient manner, giving high quality advice and guidance and displaying excellent standards of customer service
Take initial action on relevant correspondence and personal/telephone enquiries, as required
Assist with maternity, paternity and special absence cases including advising managers and individual employees on relevant regulations and procedures
Maintain professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; establishing personal networks; participating in professional societies
Carry out any other duties that may be required from time to time.
CIPD qualified with strong practical experience of delivering a high quality HR operation
Significant experience of best practice HR management
Strong communication skills with employees at all levels, both verbally and in writing
High degree of computer competence, particularly in MS Office and, ideally, with an HRIS
High levels of integrity, common sense and pragmatism
Strong organisational skills and the ability to prioritise and manage workloads
Self-motivated with the ability to work under pressure and flexibility to balance priorities.
Knowledge and practical experience of coaching in a performance management context
Comfortable working in an entrepreneurial environment.
What you can expect
Inspired and motivated colleagues. A good team, office and employer. A responsible role, with great emphasis on quality.
The remuneration package will include a competitive salary, 5% employer pension contribution, 25 days annual leave (with the option to buy/sell up to five days), well-being bonus and a wide variety of flexible benefits.