Reporting to the Director, Human Resources, the HR Manager is responsible for supporting the Director in the achievement of the Company’s people objectives. Their remit will cover support in areas including talent acquisition and retention, learning and development, compensation and benefits, employee engagement, performance management, employment compliance and policy review. The HR Manager will also work closely with the HR Adviser.

  • Supporting HR projects and initiatives as appropriate
  • In conjunction with the HR Adviser, continually review HR processes and procedures to ensure optimum departmental efficiency
  • Recommending new recruitment methods to attract and retain talent
  • Regularly reviewing onboarding methods to ensure new recruits effectively contribute with minimal delay
  • Following up on performance concerns, disciplinary action and employee grievances
  • Generating reports and data as required
  • Developing and maintaining central repository for all people policies and documentation
  • Assisting with policy review
  • Overseeing compliance requirements, including supporting HR Adviser with audits
  • Ensuring HR processes and procedures are carried out effectively and comply with employment legislation
  • Assisting in the review and monitoring of employee compensation and benefit packages
  • First point of contact for RFP requests for information
  • Regularly review absence, making recommendations for action as appropriate
  • Assist in developing and implementing new processes to help the organisation offer a better workplace for staff
  • Provide HR advice across the business as required
  • Keeping abreast of employment legislation and HR best practice
  • Providing cover for all HR Adviser’s duties, and deputising for Director, Human Resources where appropriate
Mandatory Skills, Knowledge or Experience
  • Thorough knowledge of employment legislation and HR best practice
  • Excellent knowledge of Microsoft Office, including strong Excel skills
  • Experience of taking lead role on a number of projects
  • Excellent written and oral skills
  • Attention to detail – ‘right first time’ approach
  • Excellent organisational skills, including ability to manage own time and meet deadlines
  • Accountable
  • Confidential
  • ‘Finisher’ ie.) does not need chasing or reminding
  • Ability and confidence to challenge current HR practices and processes, recommending change where appropriate
  • Knowledge of code of ethics regulations and compliance risks ideal but not essential
Minimum Qualifications 
  • Minimum 3 years in a similar role, ideally in software or information services
  • CIPD qualified to minimum level 5
  • Degree level preferred
Integrity and Ethics 
All StarCompliance employees are expected to commit to a high standard of personal integrity and carry out their responsibilities in an ethical manner.