HR Professional required to join a leading Software Development House, in a permanent capacity based in the Isle of Man as the HR Business Partner. You will provide first line support to the Managing Director and senior management team, taking ownership to deliver an effective and efficient HR support, service and advisory to the business.
Effectively advise on employment law related issues for each jurisdiction.
Continually update employment law knowledge for each jurisdiction within their remit.
To act as first line HR support and answer general day to day queries from line managers and
To ensure effective and timely communication and dissemination of quality information and HR.
intelligence to the Managing Director and the HR team.
Managing disciplinaries, terminations, mediations and performance improvement plans
Managing staff stress levels.
Manage the performance management processes and continually seek to improve the process.
Review role profiles on a regular basis to ensure they meet the needs of the business.
Management of all probation reviews and ensure appropriate correspondence is completed.
Proactively work on talent branding for the company to attract the best talent.
Conduct interviews as appropriate within the company, ensuring they follow best practice.
Liaise with Talent Development Team to understand annual training budgets and communicate to
In conjunction with the Talent Development Team, monitor training requirements and budgets.
Assist with the implementation of Talent Development strategies within your location.
Be a champion for personal and professional development and foster a positive learning culture among
Skills & Experience:
Significant relevant experience in a similar HR role.
Demonstrate effective written and oral communication skills.
Ability to work effectively and flexibility as part of a team.
IT literate with good working knowledge of Microsoft Office.
Excellent knowledge of basic employment law.
A strong academic background (formal qualification, HND, Degree or equivalent experience.
Excellent initiative, flexibility, self-motivation and organisational skills with attention to detail as well as
Team working and the ability to accept and follow direction.
To have a working knowledge of employment procedures, terms and conditions of employment and
employment law to support the work of the HR team.
CIPD qualified (ideally level 7) and/or degree educated.
Hours & Benefits:
Competitive salary and comprehensive benefits.