Ref No: AM17079
Co. Dublin, Ireland
Human Resource & Talent Manager - South Dublin.
This role is expected to be a permanent part-time role, which is likely to grow towards full-time over the coming years.
In this role you will act at a senior management level to help develop people strategies to successfully implement company strategies. This role will be ideal for you if you would relish the opportunity to become a core member of the leadership team and shape the people agenda. You should have a third level qualification in Human Resources Management or business and at least 3 years’ HR/talent development generalist experience, with a high level of competence learning and development strategy implementation.
Responsibilities and duties:
• Partner with management to develop people strategies aligned to the business strategy and priorities
• Advise, coach and guide people managers on all people related matters, policies and practices developing a best practice approach and ensuring legislative compliance.
• Actively participate in the leadership team and participate in project teams and other forums as appropriate to support delivery of business goals.
• Embed company values and support the culture of trust/fairness and transparency
• Provide guidance and input on organisation structure/design and workforce planning.
• Provide compensation and benefits advice and develop solutions, programs and policies.
• Manage the recruitment and selection processes to attract the talent required to grow the business.
• Ensure effective performance management, talent development and succession planning to meet future business needs and employee retention.
• Develop training policies & procedures, manage and co-ordinate learning & development, including site training needs analysis delivery of annual site training plan
• Manage and support the administration of contracts, payroll and benefits.
• Partner with and advise managers on employee relations matters
• Develop and implement employee engagement strategies that drive maximum involvement in the Lean / Continuous Improvement culture.
• Develop programmes and initiatives to promote employee wellbeing and satisfaction.
• Ensure the HR data is maintained in accordance with GDPR
• Use the HRIS effectively to provide useful data and reports for HR KPIs.
• Continually seek to drive improvements with policies, procedures and practices and develop the organisation's capacity for growth and change.
Interested applicants should have:
• Proven ability to develop and successfully implement strategic people initiatives.
• Collaborative with excellent interpersonal and written communication skills.
• Change agent with the ability to influence at all level of the organisation.
• Effective organiser able to prioritize and focus self and others on critical goals and targets.
• Sound decision quality and judgement.
• Demonstrated initiative and creative problem solving.
• Independent and resilient.
• Business acumen.
• Learning agility and a continuous improvement orientation.