HR Officer/Advisor

SF Group
Leamington Spa
30000.00 GBP Annual
15 Sep 2017
13 Oct 2017
Contract Type

An exciting new opportunity has arisen for a HR Officer/Advisor to join a global engineering consultancy based in Leamington. The role offers a competitive salary of between GBP30,000 to GBP35,000.

The candidate will manage the following responsibilities:

  • Support day to day HR transactional activities, including recruitment, new starters, induction, pay and benefits, appraisal, absence management, discipline, grievance, payroll, benefits, leavers, etc.
  • Support specific recruitment campaigns, through the drafting of contracts and offer letters and recording and reporting of relevant information
  • Input, update and maintain the HR database, manual personnel files and other information sources/systems to ensure accuracy of data at all times
  • Prepare, analyse and disseminate data such as management information, reports, HR related communications etc. from a variety of data sources using a variety of presentation tools e.g. Word, Excel, etc.
  • Participate in project work as and when required, including support to line managers on all HR aspects
  • Support international HR activities needed, including international assignments
  • Review HR processes and procedures for ongoing improvements
  • Continuous review of HR policies across the UK
  • Undertake other HR activities as reasonably requested


  • Able to use own initiative where appropriate
  • Able to concisely and accurately explain processes and department needs to others
  • Able to present solutions not just problems
  • Customer and quality focused
  • Able to confidently and clearly present information to others in both formal and informal environments
  • Knowledge of and experience in working within an international HR environment
  • Knowledge of HRIS system or similar


  • Flexible and pro-active approach to tasks and work pattern
  • Excellent interpersonal skills presenting a calm and approachable manner
  • Able to travel to other sites regularly (fortnightly)
  • Certificate in Personnel Practice, as a minimum
  • Solid employment legislation knowledge and experience
  • Able to create and manipulate data in complex formats using spreadsheets, word processing and presentation software packages

If interested, please apply.