£35,000 - £39,000 pa
A bit about us
Arcus is driven by over 3,000 people. We bring together the unique skills, knowledge and experience that our clients really value. Our behaviours are aligned to encourage our people to share ways of doing something better, saving time, effort or money. It is not just what we do that makes us standout, it is how we do it that makes us truly different, that, coupled with our core values - Do it SIMPLY, Do it WELL, Do it WITH PASSION which underpin everything we do.
Your new role
As a HR Advisor you will provide customer-focused, comprehensive and pragmatic HR advice and support to managers and colleagues in line within Company policies, procedures and legal requirements. This is a pivotal role in our HR division where you will play a key part and in our ongoing growth and success.
What you'll be responsible for
Deliver a professional HR service to the business to support the consistent delivery of effective and efficient business performance.
To build and maintain excellent and effective working relationships with stakeholders by providing credible and quality HR advice.
To be the first point of contact for all employee relations, performance management and absence management cases working in partnership with the management teams to bring each case to a suitable business conclusion working within company and legal guidelines.
Provide advice and guidance on relevant terms & conditions of employment and employment related policies, procedures and practice.
Give appropriate HR advice and support on key issues such as disciplinary and grievance matters and all Arcus people processes within the colleague life cycle.
Support the HR administrative procedures relating to new and existing employees in an accurate manner and in accordance with required deadlines.
Support Managers in Disciplinary and Grievance hearings as required, providing procedural advice, taking appropriate notes and ensuring manager's outcome decisions are communicated appropriately and timely.
Ensure that Managers are aware of, and use company policies and procedures effectively, treating colleagues fairly, in line with good practice and legislative requirements whilst meeting business needs.
Provide HR support for change management processes including TUPE, redundancy, contract harmonisation, restructuring.
Coach managers in people management skills.
Support the development of policies, processes and practices to ensure legal compliance, good practice and supporting business needs.
To undertake any allocated or ad-hoc HR projects. To be successful in this role you will have
Level 5 CIPD Qualification essential
Strong HR Generalist background
Experience of working as a HR Advisor for a multi-site business
Excellent communication and coaching skills
Experience of TUPE compliance
Strong IT skills, particularly Microsoft Office and HRIS
Be accustomed to working in a challenging fast paced environment
Have meticulous attention to detail, with excellent organisational and planning skills - able to work to tight time constraints
Sound, up to date knowledge of UK employment law.
Experience of collating, analysing and evaluation of information.
Able to build and maintain relationships with a wide range of people gaining credibility at all levels.
Self-motivated and self-aware - recognises own strengths and weaknesses and is committed to personal development What we offer
In addition to a competitive salary, Arcus employees can enjoy 25 days annual leave + bank holidays, a generous contributory pension scheme of matched contributions up to 6%, a discretionary bonus scheme, gym discounts and life assurance. At Arcus we are passionate about individual development which is why we are proud to offer industry leading Learning & Development opportunities to all our staff across our organisation