• Full Time
  • Hybrid
  • Part Time
  • Permanent
  • Market Harborough, Leicestershire
  • Applications have closed.
  • £50,000 - £55,000 per annum
  • Sarah ClarkeBBBH7037

People & Culture Partner

Job Title: People & Culture Partner
Contract Type:
Location: Market Harborough, Leicestershire
  • £50,000 - £55,000 per annum
  • Contact Name: Sarah Clarke
    Job Published:
    REF: BBBH7037

    Job description:

    An exciting new HR opportunity is on the menu at a successful local manufacturing company with an international presence. We’re looking for a talented People & Culture Partner to play a key role in managing HR strategy, policy and processes throughout the business. We’re looking for applicants who demonstrate a flair for creating and delivering progressive and effective human resources strategies that foster motivating, supportive and productive working environments.

    If you’re passionate about HR and you’re looking for a satisfying and truly varied role within the heart of the food industry, we would love to hear from you.


    Hours of work:

    • Monday to Friday, 40 hours per week – flexibility is offered with working pattern as long as core hours are met daily
    • Hybrid working pattern; 4 days office-based, 1 day working from home
    • Part-time hours working a 4-day week will also be considered


    Salary and benefits:

    • £50,000 – £55,000
    • 25 days annual leave + 8 Bank holidays
    • Free on-site parking
    • Pension, healthcare and wellbeing plans


    Duties and responsibilities:

    • Supporting the business in the day-day management of colleagues within the working environment
    • Providing advice and guidance on HR and employment law, ensuring group compliance
    • Coordinating the entire recruitment and onboarding process
    • Managing the annual appraisal process and supporting managers
    • Staying informed of industry developments, with up-to-the-minute knowledge of UK legislation changes
    • Storing and updating employee records in line with GDPR
    • Working closely with finance to ensure accuracy of colleague salaries and payroll
    • Managing the annual leave calendar, allocation and entitlements
    • Identifying colleague skill gaps for future development opportunities
    • Handling ER Cases and providing advice to managers
    • The role will involve 2-3 international trips per year


    Skills and experience required:

    • CIPD qualified to Level 5 or above
    • Extensive proven experience of working in a similar HR generalist role, preferably within a manufacturing environment
    • Evidence of having recruited for a wide range of employees, managing the process from job design to interviewing
    • A strong and up-to-date working knowledge of employment law and forthcoming developments
    • Demonstrable record of working at a strategic level within HR
    • Previous involvement in the design and delivery of training
    • Able to analyse and present data in a meaningful and engaging manner
    • Prior responsibility for the management of departmental budgets
    • IT Proficient and a confident user of MS Office, particularly Word, Excel and Outlook. Experience of using an HR software system would be advantageous
    • Effective and approachable communicator, with the ability to deal tactfully with difficult situations