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Job Description | Senior Human Resources AdvisorThe RoleDepartment: Human ResourcesLocation: ManchesterRole: Senior Human Resources AdvisorThe TeamThe HR team in the UK consists of over 60 people. We have specialist teams in
Resourcing, Graduate Recruitment and Management, Learning and Development, Systems
and MI and Reward. The HR Operations team are based in offices across the UK, working
as one team to deliver a business partnering service to our fee earning and business
services teams.

The purpose of the Senior HR Advisor role is to provide dedicated support to the HR
Business Partners and their fee-earning departments (client groups) and, as the local HR
representative for those groups, manage the day to day operational issues that arise. The
Senior HR Advisor will work with the HR Business Partners and their client groups to identify
areas for improvement and to design and deliver effective HR solutions. The role will also
support the Senior HR Manager in Manchester on various cyclical and change management
processes across the firm but with a particular focus on activities in the North. This will
include project planning and implementation, tracking progress against key milestones,
communication and reporting. Key ResponsibilitiesClient SupportWorking closely with the relevant HR Business Partners based in the London office to:provide 'on the ground' support and develop and sustain strong business

relationships with Partners and local client groups in Manchester and Newcastle.Implement practice line-specific HR initiatives on a regional basis;understand any region-specific opportunities and challenges for the local client
groups.At Clyde & Co we view diversity as critical to the international nature of our

business and have created a working environment where people from different
backgrounds can thrive. It is the Firm's policy to treat all employees and job
applicants fairly and equally regardless of their gender, gender identity, marital
or civil partnership status, race, colour, national or ethnic origin, social or
economic background, disability, religious belief, sexual orientation, or age.

Please consider the environment before printing this job description.



Employee Relations Dealing with day to day HR queries as they arise, providing advice and mediation for
employee relation issues. Carrying out end of probation review meetings, monitoring probation periods
including follow up performance reviews and managing termination meetings where
necessary. Managing flexible working applications for employees. Absence Management – proactively monitoring absence levels, coordinating sick pay
deductions, dealing with long term sickness, preparing occupational health referrals
and liaising with the Benefits team regarding Group Income Protection claims. Managing timekeeping/attendance issues and coaching junior line managers. Coordination of disciplinary and grievance meetings; taking notes or where
appropriate running the grievance/disciplinary investigation/hearings. Assisting or running performance management processes.Advising line managers and employees on policies and procedures. Conducting exit interviews, providing feedback to line managers and agreeing follow
up actions. Advising on maternity/adoption, paternity and parental leave processes. Assisting the HR Business Partners with restructures, consultation and redundancy
procedures. Coordinating internal and international secondments or transfers. Talent Management and Moderation process Working closely with the relevant HR Business Partners in the London office to
facilitate Talent Management and Moderation meetings in the Manchester and
Newcastle offices.Producing and collating documentation; creating reports via Excel and the HR
system; producing PowerPoint slides and taking and transcribing notes during the
annual Talent Management and Moderation meetings. Circulating actions to the relevant parties and assisting with follow ups. Salary Review Assisting the HR Business Partners with the annual salary review process, working
as a project team with the HR Business Partners and the Senior HR team.



 Keeping up to date on market intelligence on salaries and remuneration for your
client groups in the Manchester, Newcastle and Leeds offices and feeding that back
to your HR Business Partner. Managing the co-ordination and preparation of salary review documentation for the
groups and ultimately, the Board. Assisting the Reward Manager with the preparation of salary review spreadsheets,
ensuring data is updated and maintained in the spreadsheets and in the HR system.Career Development Working with the Senior HR Manager and HR Business Partners to support the roll
out of the 'Development Conversations' project across the UK offices. Liaising with client groups to understand themes and issues emerging from 'check in'
conversations with team members and ensuring these are fed into L&D and to the
annual talent management and moderation processes. Analytics and Management Information Running monthly MI reports such as attrition, sickness absence, overtime, family
leave and client group statistics. ProjectsWorking with the HR Business Partners across the UK, senior HR team and the
business on various change-management, process improvement and CR&I projects
within the firm. General Assisting with the review and updating of HR policies and procedures. Liaising with the Resourcing team on recruitment authorisations and monitoring FTC
end dates. Assisting the HR Coordinators when required. Reviewing organisational charts. Working with the wider HR team to communicate and share expertise with the wider
team. Assisting with ad hoc projects and tasks. Experience and Skills Required Graduate or equivalent and CIPD qualified or working towards qualification. Proven experience working at HR Advisor, ideally gained in a professional services
environment.



 An understanding of current employment Law, particularly with regard to employee
relation issues. Evidence of strong project management skills. Able to use initiative and flexible in thinking and approach. Excellent attention to detail. Proactive and resilient. Integrity and discretion. Strong IT skills, good experience of HR databases and intermediate user of Excel. Client focused. Strong team player essential. Commercially astute. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Strong influencing skills. Ability to inspire confidence and respect at all levels. Business Services Competencies Clyde & Co is committed to providing extensive, personal and professional developments

opportunities for our people enabling them to be highly effective in their current role as well
as assist them to fulfil their career aspirations.

The competencies are used to inform all aspects of Business Services career development.
They vary across levels and different business areas and fall under the following areas:Technical ExcellencePeople and Team Client/Stakeholder Relationships Service Delivery and Commercial Awareness Personal Effectiveness
Job Description | Senior Human Resources AdvisorThe RoleDepartment: Human ResourcesLocation: ManchesterRole: Senior Human Resources AdvisorThe TeamThe HR team in the UK consists of over 60 people. We have specialist teams in
Resourcing, Graduate Recruitment and Management, Learning and Development, Systems
and MI and Reward. The HR Operations team are based in offices across the UK, working
as one team to deliver a business partnering service to our fee earning and business
services teams.

The purpose of the Senior HR Advisor role is to provide dedicated support to the HR
Business Partners and their fee-earning departments (client groups) and, as the local HR
representative for those groups, manage the day to day operational issues that arise. The
Senior HR Advisor will work with the HR Business Partners and their client groups to identify
areas for improvement and to design and deliver effective HR solutions. The role will also
support the Senior HR Manager in Manchester on various cyclical and change management
processes across the firm but with a particular focus on activities in the North. This will
include project planning and implementation, tracking progress against key milestones,
communication and reporting. Key ResponsibilitiesClient SupportWorking closely with the relevant HR Business Partners based in the London office to:provide 'on the ground' support and develop and sustain strong business

relationships with Partners and local client groups in Manchester and Newcastle.Implement practice line-specific HR initiatives on a regional basis;understand any region-specific opportunities and challenges for the local client
groups.At Clyde & Co we view diversity as critical to the international nature of our

business and have created a working environment where people from different
backgrounds can thrive. It is the Firm's policy to treat all employees and job
applicants fairly and equally regardless of their gender, gender identity, marital
or civil partnership status, race, colour, national or ethnic origin, social or
economic background, disability, religious belief, sexual orientation, or age.

Please consider the environment before printing this job description.



Employee Relations Dealing with day to day HR queries as they arise, providing advice and mediation for
employee relation issues. Carrying out end of probation review meetings, monitoring probation periods
including follow up performance reviews and managing termination meetings where
necessary. Managing flexible working applications for employees. Absence Management – proactively monitoring absence levels, coordinating sick pay
deductions, dealing with long term sickness, preparing occupational health referrals
and liaising with the Benefits team regarding Group Income Protection claims. Managing timekeeping/attendance issues and coaching junior line managers. Coordination of disciplinary and grievance meetings; taking notes or where
appropriate running the grievance/disciplinary investigation/hearings. Assisting or running performance management processes.Advising line managers and employees on policies and procedures. Conducting exit interviews, providing feedback to line managers and agreeing follow
up actions. Advising on maternity/adoption, paternity and parental leave processes. Assisting the HR Business Partners with restructures, consultation and redundancy
procedures. Coordinating internal and international secondments or transfers. Talent Management and Moderation process Working closely with the relevant HR Business Partners in the London office to
facilitate Talent Management and Moderation meetings in the Manchester and
Newcastle offices.Producing and collating documentation; creating reports via Excel and the HR
system; producing PowerPoint slides and taking and transcribing notes during the
annual Talent Management and Moderation meetings. Circulating actions to the relevant parties and assisting with follow ups. Salary Review Assisting the HR Business Partners with the annual salary review process, working
as a project team with the HR Business Partners and the Senior HR team.



 Keeping up to date on market intelligence on salaries and remuneration for your
client groups in the Manchester, Newcastle and Leeds offices and feeding that back
to your HR Business Partner. Managing the co-ordination and preparation of salary review documentation for the
groups and ultimately, the Board. Assisting the Reward Manager with the preparation of salary review spreadsheets,
ensuring data is updated and maintained in the spreadsheets and in the HR system.Career Development Working with the Senior HR Manager and HR Business Partners to support the roll
out of the 'Development Conversations' project across the UK offices. Liaising with client groups to understand themes and issues emerging from 'check in'
conversations with team members and ensuring these are fed into L&D and to the
annual talent management and moderation processes. Analytics and Management Information Running monthly MI reports such as attrition, sickness absence, overtime, family
leave and client group statistics. ProjectsWorking with the HR Business Partners across the UK, senior HR team and the
business on various change-management, process improvement and CR&I projects
within the firm. General Assisting with the review and updating of HR policies and procedures. Liaising with the Resourcing team on recruitment authorisations and monitoring FTC
end dates. Assisting the HR Coordinators when required. Reviewing organisational charts. Working with the wider HR team to communicate and share expertise with the wider
team. Assisting with ad hoc projects and tasks. Experience and Skills Required Graduate or equivalent and CIPD qualified or working towards qualification. Proven experience working at HR Advisor, ideally gained in a professional services
environment.



 An understanding of current employment Law, particularly with regard to employee
relation issues. Evidence of strong project management skills. Able to use initiative and flexible in thinking and approach. Excellent attention to detail. Proactive and resilient. Integrity and discretion. Strong IT skills, good experience of HR databases and intermediate user of Excel. Client focused. Strong team player essential. Commercially astute. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Strong influencing skills. Ability to inspire confidence and respect at all levels. Business Services Competencies Clyde & Co is committed to providing extensive, personal and professional developments

opportunities for our people enabling them to be highly effective in their current role as well
as assist them to fulfil their career aspirations.

The competencies are used to inform all aspects of Business Services career development.
They vary across levels and different business areas and fall under the following areas:Technical ExcellencePeople and Team Client/Stakeholder Relationships Service Delivery and Commercial Awareness Personal Effectiveness
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