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HR Manager

HR Manager

TPP is working with an established Royal College, based in the City of London, who are looking for an experienced HR Manager to join the team and assist with complex ER cases as well as establishing a strong Learning and Development function.

As a HR Manager you will be responsible for setting up a fully functioning L&D function within the organisation from using the current appraisal system and information to construct more tailored and bespoke training session to help benefit all employees.

You will also be expected to assist with the complex Employee Relation case work. With an organisation that holds an open-door policy, the staff need to feel they are comfortable to approach members of the HR team with any troubles and it will be dealt with respectfully and appropriately. There is significant case work which yourself and the other HR Manager (Recruitment and Employee Relations) will look after.

As this is a new role within the Royal College, you really have an opportunity to make this role your own. As you will be able to fully form the Learning and Development function into exactly what you want it to be and transform the generic KPI's into something established throughout the organisation.

Our client is really an organisation that invest in their staff with an extremely generous flexible working scheme and a supportive culture you will never feel alone or overwhelmed as there is always support. You will report directly to the HR Director and have a few dotted line reports to support you with your daily tasks.

This role is permanent and is paying £40,000. This organisation is looking for a full-time member of staff (35 hours per week).

For any queries please get in contact with Miles on miles.mackie@tpp.co.uk

By applying to this role, you admit you are free for an initial interview with TPP before 25th January to then Submit the application pack on the 25th. Interviews will commence on the 1st February.