Senior Human Resources Advisor

Location
London
Salary
Competitive
Posted
06 Mar 2018
Closes
01 May 2018
Ref
SHRA
Contact
Jessica Wilson
Job Function
Senior Management
Job position
Advisor
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Job title: Senior Human Resources Advisor


Reporting to: Global Head of Human Resources

Foster + Partners, the award-winning integrated design practice are looking for a Senior Human Resources Advisor to join the Human Resources department in London.

Key Responsibilities, including but not limited to:  
  • Act as a mentor to the HR advisory team and next level of escalation.
  • Project work – Lead and manage various people initiatives in line with the people strategy  
  • Contracts – Oversee the production of contracts and agreements for all jurisdictions to ensure they are legally compliant and service organisational requirements. Advise on salaries and reward packages.
  • HRIS – Provide information including statistical analysis and reports
  • Global Mobility – Oversee global mobility of employees including relocation support, work permit and visa applications and right to work.
  • Recruitment – Provide an efficient and effective recruitment service including interview support, supplier management etc. Be instrumental in the development of the EVP and the overall recruitment solution in conjunction with the RPO
  • Training - In conjunction with the L&D coordinate and development initiatives within the business
  • Performance – Manage and administer probationary periods and annual appraisals
  • Annual Reviews – In conjunction with the Global Head of HR, manage and administer the various annual reviews and salary/bonus review
  • Policies & Procedures – Implementation and development of Company and HR policies in line with best practice. Ensure HR matters are handled fairly and consistently in line with legal and Company requirements
  • Be the point of contact and support on cases escalated by HR Advisor
  • General Administration – Maintenance of HR procedures, HR templates, KPI’s, hard copy and electronic filing, maintenance of HR database, records and systems
  • Leavers – conducting exit meetings with senior team members.
 
Qualities, skills and experienced required

  • Legally able to work in the country in which the position is based
  • CIPD qualified
  • Good knowledge of UK employment legislation
  • Minimal 4 years’ experience in a generalist HR role.
  • Excellent administration skills
  • Excellent organisation skills and the ability to co-ordinate and manage people, events and data
  • Methodical, accurate and have excellent attention to detail including accurate data entry skills
  • A professional approach to HR with the ability to deliver high employee satisfaction
  • Be committed to maintaining and promoting the high standards of the role, department and Company, maintaining a high standard and professional image at all times
  •  Excellent written and verbal communication
  • Understand the professional architectural qualifications
  • Able to demonstrate initiative and pro-active approach to daily tasks
  • Able to ensure discretion is exercised when dealing with sensitive information and enquiries and to ensure confidentiality is maintained at all times
  • Ability to draft documents with grammatical accuracy and ability to communicate well across all levels of the organisation, building rapport with key members of management
 


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