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Job Purpose:
HR Generalist required to join a global commercial business based on the island. This is a newly created position as the HR Manager/Business Partner as part of their expansion plans. Primary responsibility for the HR function reporting into the Director of Group HR.

Key Responsibilities:
ensuring the HR Operational Plan is integrated into and understood by all stakeholders within the UK and IOM operations.
Maintain and enhance HR policies, procedures, systems and programs, ensuring they are in line with local legislative frameworks.
Work with the Director of Group HR, ensuring the HR operational plan is successfully embedded in the business.
As a Change Agent, act as a key contributor and advocate of the Employee Engagement Forum.
Work with managers to aid their understanding of the people agenda in relation to resourcing, development and retention initiatives.
Responsible for the proactive management of the talent and succession-planning pools in relation to managers and colleagues.
Champion and advocate social media and other cost-conscious recruitment channels that support and promote the company brand.
Manage day to day HR activities including queries from colleagues and managers
Ensure all legal requirements, including internal and external audits, are met as a minimum.
Develop and support the HR and Payroll Administrator.

Skills & Experience:
Hold or working towards a relevant HR professional Qualification.
5 Years+ experience gained in a HR generalist role.
Generalist background with good working knowledge of IOM and UK employment legislations.
Good understanding of GDPR regulations and implications upon business practice.

Hours & Benefits:
Competitive salary and comprehensive benefits.

Job Purpose:
HR and Payroll Administrator required to join an expanding HR team within manufacturing. The successful candidate will be accountable for the provision of a proactive and credible HR Administration and payroll service, ensuring statutory and legal procedures are adhered to, good working practices are maintained, and all administration processes in relation to colleagues are executed professionally, accurately and timely.

Key Responsibilities:
Create and administer all HR related documentation, such as issuing terms and conditions of employment, processing starters, leavers, reference sourcing etc, ensuring adherence to local legislation and held in line with GDPR regulations.
Set up and ensure successful Onboarding programmes for new starters with various functions for both UK and IOM.
Collate and accurately administer, all data changes/grade changes/promotion ,updating documentation and systems accordingly.
Set up and track the online Performance Management Process (PMP) and completions.
Ensure all data held supports the GDPR regulations.
Accurately process end to end weekly payroll for IOM colleagues, including shift and overtime payments.
Accurately process monthly payroll for IOM and UK colleagues (using DPN and Earnie systems)
Deal with auto enrolment matters for UK based colleagues.
Administer salary sacrifice process for UK and IOM colleagues in relation to pensions.
Calculate and process statutory payments including SSP, SMP, SPP, Maternity Allowance, incapacity deductions.

Skills & Experience:
At least two years' experience gained in a similar role, to include HR, payroll and benefits administration.
Previous experience using payroll systems, DPN and Earnie.
Part qualified CIPD would be an advantage although not essential.

Hours & Benefits:
40 hour week.
Competitive salary and benefits package.

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