Open Position
Swansea, UK

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Job Location: Swansea, UK (Hybrid) 

Closing Date: 30th June 2024 

Contract: Part-Time (0.6 fte)

Start Date: ASAP

Salary: £30,000 – £45,000 per annum pro-rata (dependent on experience)

We’re looking for an experienced People Manager who’s looking to take on their next challenge in a stand-alone role, working in a fast-paced environment with a rapidly growing team. You will be enthusiastic and eager to have a positive impact throughout the business. You will work alongside the leadership team, and will be the main point of contact for HR activities. 

Roles and Responsibilities

As People Manager, your day to day responsibilities will involve supporting the UK team across all HR related matters, providing full employee lifecycle support including: onboarding, induction training, employee engagement, communications, payroll, benefits, reward, learning and development, performance management and offboarding.

 You will play a key role in building on our company culture, improving the employee experience and ensuring we have the best people to help us grow, but that we also retain existing and talented employees. 

    • Collaborating with recruitment partner/s on recruitment activities; onboarding new talent and offboarding existing employees
      • Developing and implementing induction programmes 
    • Assisting in organisational change initiatives, ensuring a smooth transition and minimal disruption.
      • Communicating changes to employees and addressing concerns.
    • Driving and supporting performance reviews and management processes, including goal setting, feedback, and development plans.
      • Identifying training needs, developing and implementing training programs and development programs to enhance employee skills and capabilities (management skills workshops, progression training plans).
    • Overseeing employee relations and acting as a point of contact for HR-related inquiries and concerns.
      • Addressing employee relations issues, resolving conflicts and promoting a positive workplace culture through training and coaching our managers in creating a high-performance culture.
    • Planning and facilitating employee engagement activities, social events, and initiatives to foster a sense of community and teamwork.
    • Manage and administer monthly UK payroll input, employee benefits and compensation programs.
      • Working with our benefit providers to ensure compliance, up-to-date records and contract reviews.
      • Conducting market research to ensure competitive salary and benefit structures.
    • Monitor and ensure compliance with employment laws and regulations.
      • Regularly reviewing and updating company policies to ensure compliance with employment law and best practices.
      • Completing pre-employment and right to work checks, keeping abreast of changes in immigration policies and procedures.
      • Supporting HR and Company audits as required.
    • Carrying out all required and necessary administrative duties, maintaining accurate and up-to-date employee records within HRIS (PeopleHR) and GoogleDrive.

Required Experience and Qualifications 

  • CIPD Level 5 qualified 
  • At least 5+ years commercial HR generalist experience, in a similar role within a fast-paced and dynamic environment 
  • Basic DBS Check

Skills we need…

  • Strong understanding of HR best practices, employment laws, and regulations.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to build strong relationships and collaborate effectively across all levels of the organisation.
  • Ability to work independently and handle multiple priorities while maintaining a high level of professionalism and confidentiality.
  • Proven track record in developing and implementing HR policies and procedures.

Skills we’d love…

  • Learning & Development
  • Performance Management
  • Strong IT Skills; experience of using GSuite and Slack (or similar instant messenger platforms)
  • Experience in implementing employee engagement and retention initiatives.
  • Bachelor’s degree / Postgraduate degree in Human Resources; CIPD Level 7 Qualified
  • Experience in a stand-alone HR role
  • Commercially minded with a solution focussed approach

Above & Beyond…

  • An understanding and / or experience of working within a start-up/scaling tech company.
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Continuous Improvement

The Perks…

  • Flexi-Time
  • Remote / Hybrid Working 
  • Casual Dress Code
  • Private Healthcare (Salary Deduction)
  • Private Dental (Salary Deduction)
  • Training & Conferences
  • Holiday Buy/Sell Scheme
  • Company Pension
  • Gym Membership
  • Free Tea, Coffee & Snacks
  • Social Events
  • Cycle to Work Scheme
  • Employee Assistance Programme

Application Process