HR Advisor

We are looking to recruit a full-time and permanent HR Advisor to support our London office. The HR Advisor will report to the Head of HR ensuring that HR activities are aligned to support current legislation and best people practice.

What does the role involve?

  • Support the running of the London Office and HR activities across all UK based offices such operational support of the office and remote workers, including resolving IT issues with the support of our IT provider.
  • Main point of contact for general enquiries from employees, managers, and external contacts.
  • Line manages the apprentice Administrator, supporting them to develop their skills and experience and supporting them to undertake general office management activities in the London office
  • Responsible for the starters and leavers onboarding process, new employee induction process and ongoing review of these activities.
  • Responsible for supporting company wide end to end recruitment processes.
  • Responsible for maintaining our IT based employee record system (holiday/annual leave/sickness/time sheets)
  • Support the Head of HR with developing the people offering in line with the business growth, future ambitions, and strategy.
  • Undertake HR administrative duties such as HR audits and record keeping as required
  • Support with ad hoc HR projects
  • Support with interpreting people data and analysing figures on staff turnover, equality and diversity and recruitment.
  • Support with employee relations issues such as grievance and disciplinary cases with professionalism.
  • Update and review HR policies, procedures and employee handbook.
  • Support change initiatives to improve culture, and people practice.
  • Ensure legal compliance is met in all HR activities.
  • Always take personal responsibility for the health and safety of self and others by working within the Health and Safety policy and procedures.
  • Any other duties as reasonably required of my role.

What skills and experience might a person need to undertake this role?

  • Minimum 3 experience in a generalist HR role
  • Ideally Level 5 Associate CIPD
  • Experience of line management desirable
  • Experience recruitment activities (writing adverts, liaising with recruitment agents, arranging interviews, supporting on interview panels, writing offer letters and employment contracts)
  • Employment law knowledge experience in supporting employees with HR policy and process queries
  • Experience in employee lifecycle events e.g., starters and leavers
  • A passion for working with and supporting people- confident and approachable
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong Microsoft Office Suite capability and confident using IT based management systems
  • Highly organised with strong time management
  • Ability to work autonomously as well as part of a team

What makes a Fulkers person?

  • Friendly
  • Ambitious
  • Proactive
  • Professional
  • Supportive

Please remember, job descriptions a guide to the skills, experience, and personal traits we consider necessary for each role.

The development of career progression will be driven by the individual, with the support of their manager and regular reviews and appraisals.  Promotions will also be subject to business needs.

Job descriptions are not an exhaustive list and there is always an element of overlap between the roles as we support each other and undertake new work to gain experience.

If you have any questions, or to apply, please send your CV and a cover letter to Laura Noel, Head of HR, on laura.noel@fulkers.co.uk