The Human Resource Manager’s primary function is to develop, advise on and implement policies relating to the effective resource planning of personnel within the organisation. The principle purpose of the role is to ensure the business employs the right balance of employee’s in terms of skills and experience and that training and development opportunities are identified and available to enhance performance and achieve business objectives within budgets.
- Implement all HR processes (Recruitment, Appraisals, Training Plans, Career Management, and Disciplinary & Grievance) to provide a comprehensive level of support to the different operating departments.
- Support the leadership team in reviewing salary plans, preparing salary budgets, advising on pay and other remuneration issues, including promotion and benefits.
- Work closely with all departments, assisting and supporting line managers to understand and implement policies and procedures.
- Develop, with line managers, HR planning strategies which consider immediate and long-term employment requirements.
- Implement systems for maintaining current and historic HR records
- Ensure job descriptions are kept up to date and consistent, create new JD’s as and when necessary.
- Work with Operations and Staffing Departments to ensure events are appropriately staffed within defined budgetary perimeters.
- Recruit employees – this includes developing job descriptions and person specifications, preparing job adverts, checking application forms, shortlisting, interviewing and selecting candidates.
- Supervise and plan employee annual appraisals and support line managers to coach and discipline employees.
- Deal with grievances and implement disciplinary procedures where appropriate
- Support and assist in the implementation of cultural change together with the leadership team
- HR Communication across the business
- Analysis and Reporting of HR Analytics
Key experience required
- Experienced operator in establishing, enhancing and maintaining employee development and appraisal programmes. Able to guide and support decisions around resourcing, reporting structures and relationships.
- An outstanding communicator, used to working in a diverse workforce. Able to handle complex and difficult situations with thought, confidence and sincerity.
- Can demonstrate gravitas, professional and personal credibility and build strong business relationships internally and externally
- An excellent communicator both written and verbal, an accomplished presenter who can persuade and influence their audience with credible business content
- Able to problem solve both operational and strategic issues through a pragmatic and commercially sound approach.
- Intellectually strong, able to think strategically yet under operational detail.
- A passion or empathy with sport and entertainment brands as customer experiences.
- An interest in the hospitality sector is preferable.
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Please note that due to the high volume of applications we receive we are only able to respond to successful candidates.
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