HR Specialist required to join an established Irish organisation- opportunity to work on exciting projects and strategy work
HR Specialist - 12 Months
Salary: €40,000- 50,000
Location: Dublin ( Hybrid Model)
Be the first point of contact for all HR related issues, including more technical or complex issues, providing timely and effective guidance, support and advice to employees and all levels of leadership.
Leading on the interpretation and implementation of HR policies, procedures and systems across a wide range of HR areas, offering support and advice to the team and wider business on the same.
Provide well thought out and business lead HR solutions to improve employee engagement.
Lead on key projects (eg: D&I, CSR, Social and Wellbeing strategies) to drive engagement and business success.
Ensure all policies, procedures and reporting documents are in line with current legislation.
Ensure legal compliance with all relevant Ireland legislation.
Streamline existing HR processes and propose new initiatives as necessary.
Develop, support and maintain regular weekly, monthly and quarterly HR reports to support HR operations, using the findings of these reports to inform decision making and drive success.
Produce ad-hoc reports to meet HR and Group management requirements.
Conduct exit interviews (as required) and compile retention reports as required, using the information in a useful way; identifying trends and driving change where required
Support the administration and oversight of the monthly payroll process with a focus on continuous improvement.
Support the administration of the employee benefits scheme for the Irish business.
Supporting the local HR Administrator, managing 1:1s, objective setting, check ins and continuous professional development.
Working closely with the broader global HR and People team on shared projects
Supporting Irish leadership team with coaching requirements in respect of performance support, onboarding and offboarding.
Prior HR experience, gained ideally in an international company possessing a strong-customer-focus and performance based culture.
An excellent knowledge of employment law and proven experience in employee relations, recruitment and performance development programmes.
Strong educational background - to at least degree or equivalent level.
Ability to adapt well to fast-paced environments with changing circumstances, direction, and strategy.
Strong interpersonal and relationship building skills. Confidence working with senior leadership teams.
Demonstrable data-analysis, problem-solving and decision-making capabilities.
Morgan McKinley is acting as an Employment Agency and references to pay rates are indicative.