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HR Directors and Heads of HR are crucial to any organisation, they oversee and become responsible for the strategic direction of the HR department. This is managing the most important assets to any comapny; its staff. Simply HR Jobs offers job seekers numerous role within HR, including HR Director and Senior HR roles.
Duties May Include:
Recruiting and staffing
Organising and space planning
Performance management and improvement systems
Employment and compliance to regulatory concerns
Orientations of employees, training and development
Documenting policy development
Counselling and employee services
Safety of it's workforce
Development of it's workforce
Development of the HR Department
Average pay for a Human Resources (HR) Director is £64,326 per year, most people lean towards having 7-10 years of experience within responsible positions in HR (within two or more firms.)
Working hours typically are 9am-5pm with extra hours at weekends when deadlines need to be met.
Bachelors Degree in Human Resources
Masters in Business or Human Resources Management
SPHR designation is considered but not required
Numerical and budgeting skills
Knowledge of UK employment legislation
Diplomatic and negotiation skills
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
Commerical and strategic business insight
Proven experience in managing client relationships at a strategic level
Demonstrate resilience in challenging envionments
Ability to build strong relationships across the company.
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My client, a leader in their market for FMCG, is looking for an experienced HRBP/Director to join our team in Northern England.With a view to improving overall performance and staff engagement, you will build effective relationships with stakeholders in order to understand, influence and support service areas to deliver on strategic aims. Areas of focus will cover Sucession Planning and Talent ...