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HR Business Partner - VR/23969

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Status: Permanent
Location: Aberdeen
Ref: VR/23969
Rate: Available Upon Request

TMM Recruitment is supporting a small, multisite Energy Service business with an Aberdeen-based HR Business Partner vacancy. This permanent and standalone position has full HR responsibility for a UK-wide pool of employees, and is best suited to self-starting, confident and hands-on HR Generalists who can manage a wide-ranging autonomous workload and ideally start at short notice.

     

Duties and Responsibilities

     

Organisation Design and Development

  • Develop and implement HR strategies and initiatives aligned with the overall business strategy.
  • Develop and execute HR Policies in line with head office and local laws to support business objectives.
  • Provide professional, advisory and executive support service to all departments in meeting their strategic goals as established.
  • Work with group-level HR for the implementation of new initiatives.
  • Participate in management and staff meetings and attend other meetings and seminars as required.
  • Update organisation charts and complete required metrics and trackers on time.
  • Communicate effectively and regularly with General Manager, employees and Group HR.

     

Talent On-boarding

  • Manage end-to-end recruitment process including creating job descriptions, sourcing, advertising, interviewing, preparing employment documentation and carrying out pre-employment checks, utilising 3rd party HR services where necessary.
  • Manage the induction and on-boarding of new staff in UK region.
  • Ensure that new joiners have a clear 30-60-day training plan and KPIs for their role, and set them for personal and business excellence.

     

Communication & Internal Branding

  • Actively identify gaps, propose and implement changes necessary to cover the communication gaps to ensure and enhance employee engagement.
  • Identify and monitor the organisation's culture so that it supports the attainment of the company's goals and promotes employee satisfaction.

     

Compensation and Benefits

  • Assist in defining the company wage and salary structure, pay policies, and oversee variable pay systems within the company including bonuses.
  • Maintain employee benefits programs and inform employees of benefits by studying and assessing benefit needs and trends.
  • Undertake town halls on major changes relating to the company’s pay and or structure.

     

Talent Planning & Management

  • Monitor and report on workforce and succession planning, ensuring KPIs are established.
  • Oversee and manage a performance appraisal system that drives high performance.
  • Coach and train managers in their communication, feedback, recognition, and interaction responsibilities with the employees who report to them.
  • Advise managers on full range of employment matters including, but not limited to, pay and conditions, employment legislation, Company policy and employee relations.
  • Assist management in carrying out investigations, disciplinary processes, or performance management to ensure that any issues are dealt with efficiently, effectively and according to legislation.
  • Assess training needs and monitor training programs. Where required coordinate cost-effective training and employee initiatives as per company requirement.

     

Employee Engagement

  • Assist in staff welfare and recognition programs.
  • Effectively partner with managers on people
  • Deal with and investigate employee complaints and take appropriate action.
  • Conduct Exit Interviews ensure smooth exit of staff members from company.
  • Undertake regular site visits to regional offices to maintain employee engagement.

      

Ideal Applicants

  • CIPD qualified, or equivalent.
  • Experience in a similarly self-directed HR Generalist position, ideally within the Energy industry.
  • Excellent communication and (remote) relationship-building skills.
  • Ability to travel to other UK sites (quarterly) once restrictions allow.
  • A problem-solving, positive and proactive individual, ideally with availability to start in January or February.
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