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over 4 years ago
Hudson
Salary: £30000 - £35000
Location: Surrey
Job type: Permanent
Contact: Holly Collman
Category: Generalist HR Jobs
My client is seeking an experienced HR Advisor to join their busy team, based in Guildford and are offering a competitive salary of £30,000-£35,000 + benefits.

Reporting into the HR Manager this role is to provide a comprehensive HR Service to their clients who choose to outsource their HR requirements. Key responsibilities will include;

- providing advice and guidance on a full range of HR activities for both UK and Internationally
- supporting the HR Manager in delivering an effective HR service at all levels, including appraisals, annual salary reviews and disciplinary, grievance cases and investigations
- advising and managing expatriates and secondment processes
- management of the recruitment process, including arranging and conducting interviews, salary negotiations

Ideally you will be CIPD qualified and have 3-5 years HR experience, international and shared service is highly desirable. You must have solid advisory experience gained in a fast paced, highly responsive and highly professional environment. Clear and articulate communication skills, both written and verbal is essential.

Please note you will receive an automated response advising you that we have received your CV.

Hudson is a leading provider of permanent recruitment, contract professionals and talent management solutions worldwide.

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