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Job Title

Human Resources Manager


Gemma Hayes Recruitment1




The post-holder will sit on the Plant Leadership Team and will act as the organisation’s professional lead in providing strategic HR leadership across the site. He/she will be responsible for reviewing and developing an integrated people strategy and associated plans which support the Organisation’s goals, objectives and values. The post-holder will provide expert advice and guidance on all people related matters to the Plant Leadership Team and Extended Management team. The areas you will support include but are not limited to Human Resources, Learning & Development, Communications, ER/IR, Occupational Health and Employee Wellbeing. The post holder will provide leadership and direction to an established HR team, including a Human Resources Business Partner, Learning, Development and Communications Manager, and HR Generalist. He/she will work effectively and in partnership with Cluster and Central colleagues to deliver an effective service both locally and at Corporate level. In addition, the HR Manager is expected to promote equality, diversity, ethical practice and the values of our organisation in all associated actions and activities throughout Wexford Supply Point. Key Responsibilities: “Establish and maintain a professional and collaborative relationship with senior managers across the site, UK/IRL Cluster and global Division or Group initiatives - developing a thorough knowledge of the organisation and its objectives.” Through a considered process of engagement, develop and implement the Human Resource Strategy to deliver HR service that is best in class, with a particular focus on Strategic Recruitment, Communications and Engagement, Performance Management, Training and Development and Wellbeing initiatives to the highest standards. Develop and implement a continuous improvement approach to the ensure the delivery of the level of HR service aligned to the business and its key stakeholders (including other departments. Assume leadership and accountability around Wexford Factory transformation (supporting the development and delivery of ways of working that underpin this transformation journey and sustainable growth. Assume full responsibility for all People related activity on site with communications and engagement as core accountabilities. Lead and develop the HR team to ensure that they are able to deliver the HR service efficiently and effectively, providing guidance, support and advice as required. Hold local responsibility for the quarterly / annual delivery of Cluster & Central activities such as Reporting; Annual Salary Review; Performance Development Review; Bonus Payments; People Survey; One voice consultation, Inclusion and Diversity etc. Ensure that the areas within your remit are audit ready at all times. Advise on and influence change management and other human resource initiatives as required. Hold overall responsibility for ensuring that employment policies and procedures comply with legal requirements and are implemented by all managers to a high standard across the site. Hold local responsibility for the implementation /delivery of remuneration and reward practices. Ensure the timely and accurate provision of key HR statistics/KPIs to aid with organisational decision making. Ensure that a comprehensive, high quality HR service is delivered across the site for activities relating to recruitment, employee wellbeing & engagement, performance management, reward, employee relations, data management, training and canteen services. Provide appropriate advice and guidance to the Plant Leadership Team and manager population on complex matters of employment law, employee relations, change management and organisational design. Monitor and manage appropriately all costs associated with HR, L&D and Occupational Health function. Under the auspices of Health & Safety, observe your duty of care to yourself and others at all time. Fully prepare for/participate in the annual Performance Development Review (PDR) programme. Undertake training as necessary in line with the development of the post and as agreed with your manager under the auspices of PDR or otherwise. Have the flexibility to attend training, meetings or travel outside of normal working hours whenever reasonably practicable. Contribute positively to the effectiveness and efficiency of the team in which he / she works. Support and demonstrate the vision and values of our organisation at all times. Promote equality, diversity and employee rights & obligations in all actions and activities. Any other ad hoc duties as deemed reasonable by the Factory Director. Third Level Qualification. Essential. A Degree in related discipline such as Human Resources, Employment Law, Organisational Psychology, People Management etc. Accreditations. Essential. Full MCIPD Accreditation with the Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development. Highly Desirable. Chartered Fellow of the CIPD. Behavioural Profiling. Highly Desirable. Qualified EQ-I Behavioural Profiler or similar. Coaching. Highly Desirable. ILM in Executive Coaching or similar accreditation. Strong exposure to and experience of ……… All Essential. A minimum of at least 5 years’ experience at HR Manager level working as part of the senior leadership team to deliver business strategy. Experience of working in a very fast paced, matrixed environment. Strategic, resilient and driven individual, adept at multitasking while working autonomously within agreed time frames. An adaptable leader, with strong influencing and organisational skills. Effectively lead strategic HR frameworks that are aligned to the business. Demonstrable experience of successfully delivering end to end strategic people focused programmes in areas such as employee engagement, recruitment and retention, organisation design and cultural change transformation projects.

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139 days ago