HR Officer

I am currently recruiting a HR Officer to form part of the HR and Organisational Development team. 

The role will be to demonstrate leadership in providing a first-class service to customers and ensuring effort is focussed on achieving strategic priorities.

The purpose of the role is to provide general HR support and advice within the regional area of responsibility


  • Work as a business partner to the assigned business areas by taking a proactive and pragmatic approach to the identification of HR issues. Provide advice ensure that issues are tackled appropriately and aid the effectiveness if the business areas.

  • Proactively develop and nurture relationships to work as an integral part of the Divisional Senior Management Team, playing a key business partnering role in the overall effective management of staffing, resourcing and HR matters.

  • Analyse statistics and performance indicators and identify the main messages and themes in this information to highlight the strong areas of performance and potential areas of improvement.

  • Provide feedback and challenge to management on HR issues and make recommendations on how issues should be addressed, to help them to manage more effectively and apply HR policy consistently and correctly.

  • Liaise closely with other HR officers and HR Case Management Advisors to ensure a consistent provision of high level business partnering, advisory support and project management on corporate and regional initiatives e.g. in retention, resourcing, absence management, and employee relations.

  • Actively develop, coach and advise the HR Case Management Advisor(s) as appropriate.

  • Provide guidance and support in the management of resourcing and retention issues, sickness absence management, employment relations issues and all HR matters occurring within the Division.

Skills and Experience;

Previous Experience in an HR advisory role is essential

  • A broad understanding of all areas of HR

  • Experience of project management.

  • Experience of working with senior management.

  • Excellent understanding of employment law.

  • Strong communication skills.

  • Ability to interact with managers, staff and officers across the organisation.

  • Self motivated, proactive, and committed to continuous improvement.

  • Ability to influence people, predominantly based on facts and evidence.

  • Strong analytical skills, including the ability to analyse and interpret statistics.

To be considered for this opportunity please send your CV to

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