HR Manager - Engineering

  • Location:

    London

  • Sector:

    Business Support

  • Salary:

    £35,000 - £40,000

  • Contact:

    Carly Thomas

​We are working on an exciting opportunity for an HR Manager to join a small, but growing Engineering firm, who have several offices nationally, to be based in their Shoreditch office. This is a great chance for someone from an HR background to come into a generalist role and manage the whole HR function.

This company are working on a growing portfolio of award-winning projects across several sectors and disciplines and their benefits package is extremely competitive.

The role is as follows:

  • Managing the onboarding process – setting up new personnel files and coordinating first day inductions

  • Managing the offboarding process – organising exit interview and end of contract administration

  • Coordinating staff learning and development, and organising performance reviews and appraisals

  • Managing and monitoring all staff records

  • Communicating employee changes promptly to relevant departments

  • Assisting the Financial Controller with payroll

  • Creating and updating HR policies and procedures in line with employment law

  • Acting as main point of contact to all line managers and staff on HR policies and procedures

  • Recruitment

  • Drafting job adverts and liaising with jobs sites and recruitment agencies

  • Receiving, tracking and responding to all applications from candidates

  • Acting as first point of contact for candidates

  • Organising interviews

  • Sending job offers and preparing contracts

  • Coordinating reference and right to work checks

  • Keeping up to date with staff resourcing

  • Administration

  • Overseeing Administrative Assistant’s tasks including ensuring office and meeting areas are tidy and well stocked

  • General administrative support will be required during busy periods, including answering phones, and providing ad-hoc administrative support to the technical staff

  • The successful candidate will be a team player – comfortable working with colleagues at all levels, and bringing enthusiasm, a proactive attitude and great organisation skills to the practice.

Requirements:

  • Knowledge of employment law

  • Experience with the built environment sector would be desirable

  • Excellent attention to detail

  • Strong communication skills

  • A minimum of three years’ experience in a HR role

If you have all of the above background and skills, please submit your CV