Could your human resources expertise and can-do attitude help ensure the smooth running of a respected brand?
An exciting opportunity has arisen to join one of the UK’s leading property specialists in the pivotal role of HR Advisor. You’ll provide invaluable guidance across multiple locations, establishing and catering for the organisation’s HR needs as you expertly advise on employee relations matters, legal implications and best practice.
This role will provide a diplomatic, collaborative and discreet individual with ample scope to make their mark and impress at a growing brand that’s fully committed to staff satisfaction and career development.
Leaders started in a small office in Brighton in 1983 and now have almost 100 branches in the UK. Specialising in lettings, sales and buy-to-let, we set the standards that others follow. We are members of ARLA and the Property Ombudsman and are proud of the service we provide locally with full support from the wider group. Our clients come back to us and recommend us time and time again.
We’re looking for an organised, articulate and meticulous team player, committed to carrying out their duties with integrity, and to maintaining and expanding their already impressive knowledge of employment legislation.
As HR Advisor you will:
• Support the HR Manager with the integration of acquisitions into the business.
• Assist managers in areas such as disciplinary, capability, grievance, redundancy, occupational health, absence management and restructuring, alongside matters relating to maternity and flexible working.
• Line manage 1–2 HR Administrators.
• Work on HR projects, in line with strategic objectives.
• Produce departmental standards reports, prepare and deliver in-house workshops, and advise and support the annual review process and periodic contract roll-out.
To succeed, you will have spent 1–2 years expertly advising on employee relations and terms and conditions of employment, while multi-site experience and a CIPD Level 7 would be advantageous.
Experience of working with HR databases, of thriving in a customer service role, of maintaining confidentiality and of writing reports are a must. A full UK driving licence, access to your own transportation and a willingness to work flexibly when needed are also essential.
In return we offer a competitive salary package, training, and the opportunity to grow your expertise at an expanding company that can offer you a rewarding and progressive career.
Due to the high volume of applications that we receive, if you are not contacted within 10 days then your application has unfortunately been unsuccessful. Please keep reviewing our vacancies in case a suitable position arises in the future. We wish you every success with your job search.
The closing date should be treated as a guide. We reserve the right to close the vacancy once we have received sufficient applications, so we would advise you to submit your application as early as possible to prevent disappointment.
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