HR Manager

Posted 03 July 2024
Salary £50000 - £55000 per annum
Job type Full time
Discipline HR
Contact NameColin Youle

Job description

HR Manager
Salary £50,000-£55,000
12-month FTC

Are you an experienced HR Manager keen to embrace a new role within a leading organisation with an impressive record of success?

I am delighted to be partnering with a leading brand in their search for an interim HR Manager to cover maternity leave.

A pacey business, you'll establish strong working relationships from the get-go, and as the subject matter expert, you'll be the go-to for all things HR.

You'll be equipped with a solid generalist background with strong employment law knowledge, a strategic outlook, well-developed business and personal judgement skills, and the ability to engage colleagues at all levels of the organisation.

This is a varied role, giving you the opportunity to utilise your full generalist HR toolkit in a forward-thinking organisation that holds its people at the core of its values.

The environment is fast-paced and ever-evolving. Therefore, it is essential that you've got a flexible approach and the ability to react quickly and confidently to people's and business needs.

This is a forward-thinking, market-leading business, and this role is a great opportunity to become part of a growing success story.

To apply, please follow the application process.

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