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HR Manager

  • Location: Co. Kildare, Kildare
  • Type: Permanent
  • Job #40936
  • Salary: €70,000

HR Manager
Permanent
 €70k – €75k DOE
Kildare- Onsite

Role Purpose
To develop and deliver the people processes and initiatives to support the achievement of HRI’s strategic vision.
 
Responsibilities:

  • Work with business leaders supporting them to manage & lead their areas through the changes necessary to improve performance and create sustainable business models.
  • Lead & implement the HR strategic priorities and initiatives to assist each business area achieve their goals & improve employee engagement.
  • Be an effective team member of the relevant business teams supporting each other in the achievement of KPIs and business plans.
  • Support, coach & develop managers to build effective teams and to manage the performance of their employees through positive communication and engagement.
  • Provide guidance, leadership and consultation on all aspects of the employee experience including managing performance.
  • Ensure employee feedback is sought and shared with the SLT and line managers so that we all continue to improve employee engagement.
  • Work with Leadership Team & people managers to identify resourcing, learning & development opportunities to add succession issues, developing a healthy talent pipeline to realise our strategic priorities.
  • Develop an engaging culture where everyone in HRI lives our Values at all times & is encouraged to give feedback & recognise others, share learnings & innovate.
  • Assist the business in ensuring that all departments are structured and resourced correctly – having the right people in the right place at the right time.
  • Ensure all people plans and processes are in line with budgets, financial procedures and procurement guidelines, providing a seamless candidate & employee experience.
  • Act as a leader by providing expert advice on all matters in relation to employee relations, organisation design, change management, reward, recruitment and selection.
  • Ensure that appropriate inductions, on-boarding processes and capability development programmes are put in place.
  • Improve the quality of the performance management process in HRI by ensuring that regular, constructive conversations take place to enhance performance.
  • Coach & advise managers on employee relations in line with company policy & procedures.
  • Provide quarterly HR reports on absenteeism, turnover, length of service etc.
Skills and Experience
 
  • 5 – 10 years in HR with at least 3 years’ experience successfully delivering a similar HR Business Partner role.
  • Degree qualified in HR or specialism in HR. CIPD qualification with good knowledge of current employment legislation and best practise.
  • Experience in delivering change programmes and learning and development initiatives; specific experience in shaping or embedding a shared services environment would be an advantage
For a full job spec please reach out directly to [email protected]
 

For more information, please apply through the link provided for the attention of Emma Wilde or email [email protected]
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.

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HR Admin

  • Location: Dublin
  • Type: Temporary
  • Job #40914

Job Title: HR Admin (Temporary)
Location: Dublin, Ireland
Duration: 6 months FTC

Overview: We are seeking a proactive and detail-oriented HR Admin to join our team on a temporary basis in Dublin.
The ideal candidate will possess excellent organizational skills, a strong attention to detail, and the ability to work efficiently in a fast-paced environment.
This position requires the candidate to have their own transport due to potential travel requirements.

Responsibilities:

  • Employee Onboarding: Prepare and organize new hire paperwork, conduct orientation sessions, and assist with the onboarding process.
  • Data Management: Maintain accurate employee records and HR databases, ensuring compliance with data protection regulations.
  • Administrative Support: Provide general administrative support to the HR department, including managing correspondence, answering phones, and organizing meetings.
  • Policy Compliance: Assist in ensuring compliance with company policies, procedures, and relevant employment laws.
  • Benefits Administration: Support the administration of employee benefits programs, including health insurance, retirement plans, and other perks.
  • HR Projects: Assist with ad-hoc HR projects and initiatives as required.
Requirements:
  • Experience: Previous experience in an administrative or HR support role is preferred.
  • Education: Bachelor's degree in Human Resources, Business Administration, or related field is advantageous.
  • Attention to Detail: Strong attention to detail and accuracy in all tasks.
  • Organizational Skills: Excellent organizational and time management skills, with the ability to prioritize tasks effectively.
  • Communication: Clear and professional communication skills, both written and verbal.
  • Confidentiality: Ability to handle sensitive information with discretion and maintain confidentiality.
  • Team Player: Collaborative attitude with the ability to work effectively in a team environment.
  • Proficiency: Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook) and HR software systems.
  • Own Transport: Must have access to own transport due to potential travel requirements.

Benefits:

  • Competitive hourly rate
  • Opportunity to gain experience in a dynamic HR environment
  • Potential for future opportunities within the company

How to Apply: Interested candidates should submit their resume and cover letter detailing their relevant experience and availability for the temporary contract to [HR Contact Email/Website].
Note: This is a temporary position with a duration of 3-6 weeks. Candidates must be available to start immediately and have their own transport for potential travel requirements.

 

For more information, please apply through the link provided for the attention of Emma Wilde or email [email protected]
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.

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HRBP

  • Type: Permanent
  • Job #40947
  • Salary: €40,000

HRBP
Full Time- Perm Position
Onsite
Own Transport Needed

Role Overview:
As a HR Business Partner, your primary responsibility will be to align HR strategies with the needs and challenges of the organisation. You will work closely with the management team to understand the specific requirements of operations while ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements. Leveraging your expertise in HR best practices, you will drive initiatives to enhance talent management, employee relations, HR operations, and change management within the organisation.

Key Responsibilities:
Strategic Partnership:

  • Collaborate with leadership to understand the business objectives and operational challenges within the organization.
  • Provide strategic HR guidance tailored to the needs of operations, aligning HR initiatives with production goals and regulatory requirements.
  • Act as a trusted advisor to management on all HR issues, such as workforce planning, performance management, and operational efficiency.

Talent Management:

  • Develop and implement talent acquisition strategies customized for the organization, focusing on recruiting candidates with relevant industry experience and skills.
  • Partner with hiring managers to ensure recruitment processes comply with best practices. Implement initiatives to enhance employee engagement and retention.

Employee Relations:

  • Serve as a point of contact for employee relations issues, providing guidance on all HR matters. Conduct investigations into workplace incidents or accidents, ensuring compliance with health and safety regulations, and facilitating resolution.
  • Collaborate with management to promote a culture of safety, quality, and continuous improvement in line with industry best practices.

HR Operations:

  • Oversee HR operations within the food manufacturing company, including workforce planning, scheduling, and compliance with industry-specific regulations.
  • Ensure HR policies and procedures address the unique needs of food manufacturing employees, including training requirements, shift patterns, and health benefits.
  • Utilise HRIS systems to manage employee data, track certifications, and maintain compliance records.

Change Management:

  • Support change management initiatives within the organization. – Develop communication plans tailored to employees, supervisors, and management to ensure effective change implementation and buy-in.
  • Monitor the effectiveness of change initiatives, soliciting feedback from employees and stakeholders to identify areas for improvement and adjustment.

Qualifications and Skills:

  • 3+ years of progressive experience in HR roles, with a focus on HR business partnering in manufacturing industry or similar sectors.
  • Minimum 3 years' experience in an HR role providing HR support to managers and/or the business.
  • Experience providing advice on company policy and procedures.
  • Excellent knowledge of Employment Law.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of Human Resource developments in Ireland.
  • Ability to research and develop HR compliance materials.
  • Excellent communication & administration skills.
  • Strong project management skills.
  • Experience working effectively in a team environment.

 

For more information, please apply through the link provided for the attention of Emma Wilde or email [email protected]
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.

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HR Advisor

  • Location: Dublin, Dublin
  • Type: Contract FTC
  • Job #40939

HR Advisor
6 Months FTC
Dublin 24- Super Flexible Working Arrangements 

Role Overview:

  • Reporting to the Member Business Support Specialist/CEO, the HR Advisor will play a key role in the delivery of sector specific advice to members on all matters relating to HR, Workforce Planning and Recruitment.
  • This role also entails responsibility for overseeing the internal HR function.  

 
Job Purpose- Duties including but not restricted to: 
 
HR Advice:

  • Deliver sector specific HR advice to clients members across a suite of areas including recruitment and selection, performance management, learning and development, employee relations, absence management and compensation and benefits
  • Advise members on the handling of employee relations issues, including case management of complex grievance and disciplinary cases 
  • Circulate regular updates to members with HR and recruitment sector specific advice
  • Maintain up to date knowledge and resources on employment legislation
  • Develop suite of expert resources for members, including a range of information sheets and HR templates for Member website & company knowledgebase

  
Recruitment and Lobbying:

  • Lead the strategic agenda in company to drive the recruitment and retention agenda for all members 
  • Address the challenges in recruitment and retention of nurses and carers and assist members with improving retention strategies.
  • Ensure pathways to recruit nurses and carers from other jurisdictions are open and the process is as straight forward and timely as possible including recruitment, immigration, visa, nurse accreditation/adaptation and registration, working with NMBI, DETE, DOJ, DEASP, EURES, RCSI etc.
  • Provide advice to Members about all aspect of overseas recruitment, including permits/sources of candidates, candidate pathways and processes. 
  • Establish and maintain collaborative relations with key stakeholders and government departments, ensuring accurate up to date data on recruitment challenges is available. 
  • Prepare submissions on workforce planning to Government Departments, Oireachtas, media and others.
  • Draft surveys and analyse results to provide evidence-based decision making
  • Project management of any ad-hoc recruitment and workforce planning issues
  • Maintain recruitment website/s to facilitate member advertisements and use social media to promote vacancies.
  • Track and report on outcomes of all recruitment initiatives.

 
Learning and Development

  • Plan, budget, provide, organise and evaluate occasional training and webinars for Members as required, on relevant sector specific topics.
  • Be a member of the LHP Skillnet Steering Group and take a lead role in establishing and prioritising learning and development opportunities and needs for client 

The ideal candidate will have:

  • 3rd level degree in HR or a related discipline.
  • Ideally CIPD qualified with at least 3 years’ relevant experience. 
  • Thorough knowledge of human resource management principles and best practices
  • Excellent knowledge of Irish employment legislation and regulations
  • Knowledge of HR data protection and Covid-19 health and safety requirements.
  • Ability to/experience of, developing advice sheets, policies, policy templates, updates on legislation etc.
  • Recruitment experience, including expertise in labour markets at home and abroad.
  • Awareness of the recruitment challenges facing the client, (experience of the Sector, ideal but not a requirement)
  • Workforce planning Skills, including understanding of the current labour market needs and identifying workforce gaps.
  • Excellent report-writing skills, including the ability to draft submissions, delivering clear messages and having clear ‘asks’.
  • Ability to effectively identify, utilise and present data in a way that facilitates evidence based decision-making
  • Experience of devising, evaluating, delivering and organising training.Excellent verbal and written communication skills with the ability to interact, influence and consult at all levels.
  • Strong collaboration, team building and stakeholder engagement skills.
  • Define problems, collect data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions.
  • Ability to work to own initiative and in a team environment with commitment to personal and professional development. 
  • Commercial awareness with strong business acumen.
  • Attention to detail and highly organised, with the ability to handle concurrent issues
  • Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines.
  • Ability to handle and resolve ambiguous, confidential and sensitive situations and issues of a highly complex nature.
  • A high degree of computer literacy, including Word, Excel, CRM, SurveyMonkey, Website and Social Media.

 

For more information, please apply through the link provided for the attention of Emma Wilde or email [email protected]
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.

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HR Manager

  • Location: Limerick, Limerick
  • Type: Permanent
  • Job #40892
  • Salary: €45,000

HR Manager- job number 40892
Limerick
Full Time/ Perm
We are seeking an experienced HR Manager for an exciting leadership role within the hospitality sector in Limerick.

Objective of the Role

This role reports to the clients General Manager, with a dotted line to the Group HR Manager.
As the HR Manager, you will provide support & guidance to the team across all spectrums of the HR function while effectively managing & developing our people. The role will be to assist in the development and delivery of human resource projects, plans and tactics that improve overall organisational capability and performance.

Key Duties and Responsibilities

  • Oversee all recruitment and selection for the property, including internal hiring and succession planning.
  • Drive Training and Development amongst the staff to ensure that our talent is ready to take the next steps in their careers.
  • Create & drive the engagement strategy within the hotel.
  • Proactive management of IR and ER issues.
  • Maintain employee compliance standards for the hotel, including proper HR Records and documentation.
  • Oversee the payroll budget and processing for the hotel, through the Time and Attendance systems.

Requirements:

  • 3 – 5 years in a HR management role, ideally in a hotel or customer focused environment.
  • Proactive by nature and a self-starter.
  • 3rd level qualification in HRM, Business or similar.
  • Experience in driving employee engagement.
  • Experience of payroll and cost management.
  • Ability to build relationships and influence with all levels of the business.
  • Strong understanding of employment law and related legislation.
  • Excellent communication & interpersonal skills.

Benefits: 

  • Competitive salary  
  • Performance bonus  
  • Company contribution pension plan 
  • Company mobile phone 
  • Discounted health insurance 
  • Meal on shift
  • Bike to Work Scheme & Employee Incentives 
  • Focus on Training & Development 
  • Staff/Family & Friends Discount
  • Free Car Parking 
  • Discounts with Local Business 

For more information, please apply through the link provided for the attention of Emma Wilde or email [email protected]
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.

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HR Generalist

  • Location: Malahide
  • Type: Permanent
  • Job #40878
  • Salary: €40,000

HR Generalist

Full Time/ Perm Position
North Dublin
Own Transport Needed
Onsite

Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
The appointed person will be responsible for the day to day HR related issues for our clients site in North Dublin and will report directly to the HR Director on a day to day basis. Will assist with any of the duties/functions associated with the employment relationship. This role will mainly be based in the North Dublin Office with a possibility of one day per week based in Head Office (Blanchardstown Corporate Park)

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Manage the day-to-day HR operations in the allocated site and work closely with the HR Director and other HR team members regarding any urgent or outstanding items.
  • Promote adherence to HR policies and local Employment Law while ensuring alignment with our vision and values.
  • Ensure data integrity according to GDPR.
  • Manage IR incidents & procedures including Disciplinaries and Grievances.
  • Support recruitment initiatives, liaising with the Group Recruitment Manager, organising job fairs and attending same both in Ireland and, occasionally, in other EU locations.
  • Participate in recruitment activities including screening CVs, setting up interviews, reference checking, HR documentation, etc., as required.
  • Prepare and coordinate all communications, multimedia / PowerPoint presentations, etc.
  • Assimilation of weekly & monthly reports/statistics regarding Human Resources activity such as absenteeism statistics/trends, training activities, etc.
  • Data analysis/reporting as requested by the HR Director.
  • Issuing and updating Terms and Conditions of Employment and ensuring a successful onboarding process.
  • HR administration including (but not exclusive) management of work permit & Visa applications, starters/leavers/transfers, exit interviews, changes in employees’ T&C’s/salary.
  • Work closely with Payroll Department and other support departments to ensure smooth business project planning and completion.
  • Ensure that both Homes are, at all times Audit-Ready.
  • Actively participate in Team Development activities and deliver training as needed
  • Planning, executing and delivering on People Related Projects in support of the Business Strategy

In addition to the duties outlined above, successful candidates will carry out any other relevant duties which may be assigned to him/her by the Director of HR.

For more information, please apply through the link provided for the attention of Emma Wilde or email [email protected]
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.

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HRBP Grade VII

  • Location: Dublin, Dublin
  • Type: Contract FTC
  • Job #40883

HRBP Grade VII
Contract Role
Location: Cross City Remit
35 Hour working week
Reporting too- Head of HR Business Partnering.

This role is at the heart of the clients HR team. You will be a trusted partner to the leaders, managers, and employees you support. You will be an expert in HR policies and processes.  You will be able to advise your key stakeholders how to follow key processes, including recruitment and employee lifecycle touch points. You will be self-motivated and will pro-actively help your stakeholders to solve both immediate and complex problems.  You will Ensure that all new Circulars, guidance documents or information regarding public/HSE employee remuneration changes, is circulated with clear instruction to all of the HR Team and line management.

Professional Duties and Responsibilities:

  • The post holder will be expected to live clients’ values and be child-centered, compassionate, progressive and will act with respect, excellence, and integrity.
  • This role will require developing a deep understanding of portfolios and acting as an integral part of the local leadership teams you support.
  • Working collaboratively with the wider senior leadership team and establish partnerships with the Executive and Clinical Directorate teams to deliver effective HR services and support.
  • Be a lead HR specialist across the hospital sites and in your designated portfolios and be responsible and accountable key HR projects to assist and support the implementation of Clients HR Strategy and Future Operating Model
  • Develop processes, where necessary.
  • Be able to skilfully influence, coach, mentor and assist leaders in continuously delivering and improving people management skills and embedding a people-focused organisational culture.
  • Plan and roll-out Performance Achievement across all sites in line with HSE guidelines.

People

  • Build on existing relationships within the greater HR and Finance teams across all sites.
  • Be a key part of driving development and implementation of any new or revised HR Policies or operational changes.
  • Establish effective ways of working with the HR service delivery teams, ensuring a coordinated and integrated approach to HR services.
  • Working closely with line managers and Finance team to ensure role requirements are defined and approved in line with our future operating model and funding.

Essential Criteria:

  • 3rd level degree in HR or a relevant discipline. Or possess 5-7 years of relevant HR experience, working in a HR department/role.
  • Minimum 3 years in a similar senior role
  • CIPD Accreditation or eligibility
 

For more information, please apply through the link provided for the attention of Emma Wilde or email your CV to [email protected]
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.

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HR Manager – Part Time

  • Location: Dublin, Dublin
  • Type: Permanent PartTime
  • Job #39337
  • Salary: €60,000

HR Manager – Part Time – 2.5 days a week

The Human Resources Manager will lead out on all HR activities including recruitment, policy development, employee relations, staff engagement, remuneration, performance support, and other key HR functions. This is a new role within the organisation and will form an integral part of the Senior Managements Team structure.

The duties of this role include:

  • HR Operations & Employee Relations Support:
  • Provide proactive HR support and guidance whilst ensuring compliance across all areas of employment law and HR.
  • Management of employee relations issues in line with HR policies, legislation, and best practice.
  • Provide proactive HR advice on policies and procedures to managers and employees.
  • Lead out on the provision of support to management regarding staff performance related issues and general employee relation issues.
  • Supporting line managers in relation to absence management ranging from scheduling occupational assessments to collating absence metrics.
  • Manage, continuously review and develop all HR policies and procedures ensuring compliance with legislative requirements and best practice.

Recruitment:

  • Drive the talent acquisition processes to meet clients operational needs.
  • To support the wider team with the end-to-end recruitment life cycle, e.g., preparation of recruitment packs, shortlisting, interviewing, completing pre-employment checks and other relevant recruitment support, as required.

HRIS, Reporting and Administration:

  • Maintain accurate employee records on local systems.
  • Ensure HR employee and time and attendance-related systems are accurately maintained.
  • Support management and employees with queries as and when they arise.
  • Undertake any ad hoc HR responsibilities and projects as they arise.

Strategic HR:

  • Drive the HR people strategy through valuable contributions and assistance on various initiatives.
  • Identify and address employee development needs through developmental assignments and appropriate learning interventions in conjunction with other managers.
  • Support and facilitate organisational change initiatives.
  • Support and implement employee engagement initiatives that promote health and wellness, diversity and inclusion, and a people-centric culture.
  • Support, drive and implement comprehensive performance management systems across the Organisation, including identifying key competencies, knowledge and talent strengths and gaps on teams including the design, development and implementation of succession planning programs, learning initiatives and other strategies to encourage career growth, engagement, alignment and retention.
  • Provide guidance and leadership to develop and maintain a strong organisational culture defined and driven by the clients mission and values.

These duties are a general guide to the responsibilities of the HR Managers role. They are neither definitive nor restrictive. The post-holder may be required to undertake other duties commensurate with the post.

The successful candidate will need the following qualifications, experience and skills to meet the demands of the role:

Qualifications:

  • A primary degree, in Human Resources or related discipline and CIPD qualification
  • Ideally Post-graduate Diploma in HR / Employment Law / Employment Law Diploma Law Society and / or MBA

Experience:

  • At least 7 years relevant HR / Employment Law Experience within a busy HR environment
  • Exposure to a broad range of HR initiatives and employee relations issues
  • Strong knowledge of Irish employment law, employee relations and HR practices
  • Strong knowledge of Strategic HR initiatives
  • Experience of the not-for-profit sector is desirable.
  • Knowledge and experience of mental health challenges as they arise in the workplace         

Skills:

  • Ability to effectively prioritise multiple competing priorities and deliver high-quality solutions and advice.
  • Strong relationship-building, relationship management and interpersonal skills that will enable the development of strong rapport.
  • Track record of achievement in a similar role
  • Ability to communicate in all forms (including written skills, presentation skills, listening and interpersonal) and manage relationships with internal and external stakeholders.
  • Strong attention to detail and excellent project management skills
  • Excellent IT skills
  • Ability to work to challenging deadlines and manage a varied workload with minimal supervision.
  • Ability to analyse complex organisational challenges and present innovative solutions to these challenges.
  • Self-experience of mental health challenges desirable
  • Ability to apply an empathetic approach to mental health challenges in the workplace  

For more information, please apply through the link provided for the attention of Emma Wilde or email [email protected]
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.

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HR Officer

  • Location: Kildare
  • Type: Permanent
  • Job #40847
  • Salary: €30,000

HR Officer
Kildare (On-site)
Permanent Position

We are currently seeking an experienced HR Officer for our client in the Food Manufacturing sector. 
Reporting to the Senior HR Manager, you will play a critical role in ensuring the smooth operation of the business by managing the workforce effectively. The purpose of your role can be delineated into several key aspects: Talent Acquisition and Recruitment, Training and Development, Performance Management, Employee relations, Employee Benefits and Well-being, this is a non-exhaustive list.

Key Duties and Responsibilities:  

  • Assist and advise management & staff on company policy queries and employee relations issues, complying with legislation and ensuring consistency across the organisation;
  • Do all General operative recruitment start to finish.
  • Complete all administration tasks in a timely fashion.
  • Lead bi – weekly meetings with production managers
  • Manage grievance & disciplinary investigations as required;
  • Working closely with hiring managers, manage recruitment processes end to end, from advertising posts through shortlisting of candidates, interviews, selection and job offers for all departments
  • Deliver new employee inductions & ensure that we are compliant from a training aspect.
  • Liaise with payroll as required on any staff pay items linked to recruitment, internal promotions, leavers etc.;
  • Maintenance of the HR system (entering absence information, new hires, leavers, payroll changes, coding etc.);
  • Extraction and analysis of data from the HR system as required, e.g. payroll reports, attendance reports, trend and KPI reports etc.;
  • Represent HR at interdepartmental meetings and meetings with external third parties as required;
  • General administration duties relating to the HR function; raising PO’s, doing bike to work cheques, drafting work confirmation letters.
  • Produce accurate and professional correspondence, policy documents etc. as required;
  • Ensure HR administration and systems are maintained up to date in a timely and accurate manner; 
  • In conjunction with the existing HR team review existing systems, to suggest and implement improvements;
  • Timely and accurate administration of all HR functions, including written correspondence, record keeping, filing etc.;
  • Undertake projects relating to a range of HR disciplines as assigned by the HR Manager.
  • Guide managers on issues related to employees.
  • Manage all weekly & monthly reporting including monitoring all permit renewals & expiries.

Knowledge and Experience to be demonstrated while in role:

  • Minimum of 3 years’ experience working in HR essential. Officer/Executive level in a busy Food Manufacturing operational environment.

  • Knowledge and experience in a fast paced and varied HR role requiring the person to take charge of many issues as they occur

  • Confident and conscientious with an ability to effectively communicate & present to all levels in an organization.

  • Ability to successfully learn, apply new skills and drive effectiveness within HR.

  • Excellent knowledge of employment legislation

  • Have the ability to adapt to a generalised HR role dealing with all elements of the department such as Recruitment, L&D, Employee relations & Employee wellness.

Key Behaviours/Competencies to be demonstrated:

  • Approachable disposition
  • Ability and experience in conflict management
  • Excellent communication skills to include listening and the ability to feedback.
  • Trustworthy with a high level of integrity when dealing with sensitive information.
  • Excellent organisational agility to include strong time management skills and the ability to take action and manage a high volume of workload.
  • Process management skills, applying HR practices in a consistent manner
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment with changing priorities on a daily basis
 

For more information, please apply through the link provided for the attention of Erna Tupaz or email your CV to [email protected]
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.

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Head of Reward

  • Location: Dublin, Dublin
  • Type: Permanent
  • Job #40797

Osborne Executive Search is seeking a seasoned Head of Reward to join a prestigious organization in Ireland.

As the Head of Reward, you will lead the development and implementation of comprehensive reward strategies, ensuring alignment with organizational values.

This role involves managing compensation, benefits, and pension programs, while providing expert advice to key stakeholders. You will drive people analytics initiatives to identify trends and deliver solutions, as well as oversee core cyclical reward activities such as salary reviews and bonus payments. Additionally, you will manage executive reward processes and lead projects to enhance processes and ways of working.

Responsibilities:

  • Develop and implement reward strategies, including salary benchmarking and benefits management
  • Act as the business expert in all compensation and benefits matters, providing guidance to stakeholders.
  • Lead people analytics initiatives to identify trends and propose solutions.
  • Manage group insured benefits and liaise with external partners.
  • Conduct market surveys and analyse compensation trends.
  • Oversee core reward activities such as annual salary reviews and bonus payments.
  • Lead benefits change projects, including streamlining processes and managing benefit packages.
  • Ensure compliance with emerging legislation and governance standards.
  • Build strong relationships across the organization, aligning reward strategies with organizational culture and values.
  • Provide leadership and direction on internal and external audits.
  • Act as a champion of HR management systems, driving engagement and providing impactful reporting.
  • Lead and manage ad hoc projects as assigned by senior management.

Experience/Skills:

  • Minimum 10 years' experience in HR, with a focus on reward management.
  • CIPD qualified, with a degree in HR, Finance, or related field.
  • Experience managing outsourced providers for pensions, benefits, and payroll.
  • Thorough understanding of Irish employment legislation and HR best practices.
  • Proficiency in HR management systems, preferably Success Factors.
  • Strong attention to detail and ability to manage multiple tasks concurrently.
  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality and exercise discretion.
  • Creative and innovative approach to enhancing processes and ways of working.

 

For more information, please apply through the link provided for the attention of Stefan Ion or email your CV to [email protected] 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.

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