Osborne are recruiting a Human resources business partner on the behalf of our client based in Dublin. This is a great role working accross all aspects of HR.
Salary & benefits
Full Time/ Perm
Salary €50k+ DOE
Applicants will require:
A degree in Human Resources or a related area
Three to five years’ experience of working across the range of HR disciplines with a knowledge of employee relations and Irish legislation
Significant record of success of working in similar Business Partnering or relevant HR role
Have the ability to develop and maintain excellent working relationships
The appointee is required to carry out the duties attached to the post, under the general direction of the Director of Human Resources to whom she/he reports, and to whom he/she is responsible for the performance of these duties in the first instance. The appointee will report through the Director of Human Resources to the Institute President and/or such other MIE officers as the President may designate from time to time.
The reporting relationship may be subject to periodic review, in line with service needs and developments in the Institute.
Duties and Responsibilities
Providing guidance on people practices to managers and colleagues on the full employee lifecycle
Bringing people expertise and developing solutions to help the Institute deliver its five year Strategic Plan
Assist in the co-ordination and administration of all pre and post recruitment and selection activities as required, for the recruitment and selection of staff in line with MIE policy
Ensure full compliance with all relevant employment legislation through design, development and implementation of best in class HR Policies and Procedures
In conjunction with the HR Administrator, manage the monthly payroll requirements within the payroll timelines for fortnightly and monthly payrolls
Co-ordinate the administration and issuing of both permanent and fixed term contracts of employment to all relevant employees
Proactively assist with the management of probations
Work with the Director Human Resources in reviewing HR policies to determine they remain fit for purpose and in line with recent legislation and codes of practice
Assist when required in the preparation of employment permit applications
Lead and manage projects as assigned by Director of Human Resources
It should be noted that in each work area/department within the Institute, the appointee must work as part of a team. Although duties pertaining to the post are broadly defined under the various headings as listed, the list of duties is not exhaustive. The appointee will be required to function in a flexible and collegial manner. MIE retains the right to assign new duties and/or to re-assign staff to other areas of the Institute, in response to service needs.
For more information, please apply through the link provided for the attention of Emma Wilde or call Osborne Recruitment on 041 986 5058.
If you are interested in finding out more about the above role and would like to be considered for this or other suitable roles that we may have available for your skill set – please attach your CV via the link provided. Please submit your updated CV in Word Format.
If you are living in Ireland and hold a VALID WORK PERMIT, we would love to hear from you, if however, you do not hold a valid work permit unfortunately we will not be in a position to assist you with your job search.
Osborne are proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.