HR Advisor

HR Advisor

Ref: 975| Posted: 9th Nov 2021

Our Glasgow based Maritime client requires an HR Advisor to join them on a permanent basis. As an HR Advisor you will manage various human resource functions regionally and globally for the company.
You will act as a “front-line” human resource representative for delivery of programs and services to regional line management and employees. This includes implementation of policies and programs in the areas of employee relations, talent management, training and development, recruitment, immigration and relocation. 
  • University Degree or Diploma in Human Resources, Business Administration, or related field.
  • Minimum 3 years of HR experience in a generalist capacity and also international payroll experience
  • Current knowledge of UK payroll legislation, including the application of PAYE, NIC and other statutory deductions
  • Excellent human relations, customer service, interpersonal skills and attention to detail.
  • Strong organisational and project management skills
  • Ability to work well both independently as well as part of a team.
  • Take initiative and has a willingness to take on additional responsibilities.
  • Able to manage confidential matters in a discreet manner.
  • Technically savvy with expert level computer skills, including but not limited to: Microsoft Office applications and SharePoint.  
  • Experience working with an ATS and/or HRIS.
  • Knowledge of Hay Job Evaluation Method and Predictive Index Survey/Predictive Learning Index analysis preferred.
Recruitment and Onboarding:
  • Manage recruitment initiatives for specific teams in the business including:
    • Design and implementation of regional candidate sourcing and selection strategies.
    • Ensure accuracy of job descriptions and alignment with corporate standards.  Gather information from employees and follow up with managers, as required.
    • Post positions to all relevant sourcing channels and manage candidates through Oracle HCM.
    • Screen CVs, administer Predictive Index surveys, conduct interviews, complete pre-employment checks, and prepare and present offer to successful candidates.
  • Coach hiring managers on candidate selection best practices.
  • Manage relationships and vendor agreements with candidate sources including agencies, universities, associations and local, regional and national organisations.
  • Conduct new hire orientation sessions to ensuring company standards are adhered to.
  • Advise managers on preparing for new hires’ arrival, coordinate probationary reviews and monitor for areas where improvement is necessary.
Talent Management, Development, and Engagement:
  • Champion performance management program by coaching employees and managers through performance discussions and delivering training sessions.
  • Assist Manager, Leadership and Development in coordinating leadership development programs.
  • Coordinate mentoring sessions and provide coaching to mentees/mentors.
  • Coordinate global employee engagement survey.
  • Foster employee engagement through participation in wellness committee and social committee.
Employee Relations:
  • Support Director, Human Resources in managing employee relations issues providing advice to managers and employees on resolution techniques. This may involve individual and/or group consultation to assist in promoting effective communications and enhancing positive working relationships.
  • Advise management on compliance with local legislation and corporate policies and processes.
  • Evaluate job descriptions using Hay method and providing salary recommendations.
  • Coach managers on full life-cycle management strategies from recruitment to termination.
  • Conduct exit interviews.
  • Support Payroll and Benefits Manager with each of the payrolls;
  • Support employees with any payroll related queries;
  • Assist with ad hoc payroll tasks including year end processes and filing in each of our regions
Competitive Salary and benefits package.