HR Manager - Braintree

Oakleaf Partnership are currently working with leading scientific organisation who are looking to a appoint a permanent HR Manager to support their newest major innovation based in Braintree. This fantastic organisation are looking to offer the right candidate an opportunity to be part of something challenging and unique that is dedicated to changing the future of the industry. To be successful for this role it is vital you have experience working in a regulated GMP (good manufacturing practice) environment

The purpose of this role is to provide general employee relations and HR support, expertise and guidance on a wide range of HR initiatives for the Company as a whole. The role will report directly into the Head of Human Resources and will be part of the current extended HR Team.

Main Responsibilities

  • Assist in the delivery of the HR elements of business change activities,

  • Support the centralised HR team in all relevant HR cyclical and transactional activity such as Talent and Succession

  • Support the ongoing delivery of a strong employee relations service, acting as the main interface between the business and its employees

  • Ensuring that ongoing improvements are made and that learning, and development is embedded into the business

  • Support MI deep dive activities

  • Work with the Recruitment Business Partner and the centralised HR Team in the recruitment of key roles within the site

  • Assisting in driving the pipeline of talent and building a talent bank, as well as measuring these results and making process enhancements

  • Work with Line Managers to support them through any HR issues in accordance with HR policies and procedures, best practice and employment legislation

  • Support and advise Line managers in their management of employees including any disciplinary / grievance / sickness issues

Key Requirements

  • A minimum of 5 years' experience working as an HR generalist at management level

  • Experience working within a regulated GMP environment

  • Commercial background from a professional services environment would be advantageous

  • Excellent knowledge of employment law coupled with a pragmatic approach

  • Ability to work quickly and accurately, with limited supervision, good initiative taker

  • Proven ability to engage constructively with colleagues at all levels across different departments to deliver objectives

  • Ability to quickly establish credibility and build rapport and trust


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