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Senior HR Business Partner (Hybrid-Flexible)

Senior HR Business Partner (Hybrid-Flexible)

Senior HR Business Partner required by our client a multinational financial services company. Reporting to the AVP of HR ,
Purpose of the role:
the Senior HRBP will be the primary HR contact for the International team in the Ireland office and will work with the company International Management and the global HR team. The HRBP will foster a high-performance culture that attracts, retains and develops top talent. He/she will support organization development, succession and talent planning, DE&I initiatives, compensation & benefits programs and other initiatives designed to reinforce the company as a great place to work.
Responsibilities
  • Research and implement initiatives to advance organizational development and monitor implementation to ensure successful execution. For example, drive internal career paths, implement programs provided by Corporate HR Centers of Expertise (COE), etc.
  • Support the Talent Review process for the company, creating a pipeline of internal and external talent to attract, retain and develop top talent, facilitate succession planning and resource growth initiatives.
  • Manage Company-wide HR cycles within the Business Unit including talent management, performance management process and end of year compensation cycles. Track, analyze, aggregate and report on relevant data required during cycles.
  • Collaborate with the TA Specialist to coordinate all local recruitment and hiring activity in Ireland, for example management of interviews, offer letters, reference checking (in line with AML requirements) and providing a ‘Best in Class’ onboarding experience.
  • Drive effective workforce planning via ongoing discussions with managers on staffing models, performance management, recruitment trends (e.g., tight market conditions) and attracting and retaining top talent within the company. Work proactively with our Talent Acquisition and Total Reward team to highlight trends, escalate issues and make suggestions to support the attraction and retention of Top Talent.
  • Partner with Learning and Development teams to implement programs for the International business (all locations) that incorporate training needs analysis, growth of key skills and the development of top talent for key leadership and individual contributor roles.
  • Collaborate with the Communications Specialist and the Leadership team to foster dynamic two-way communications across the company encouraging positivity, engagement and innovation.
  • Drive and support a culture of Diversity and Inclusion across the company to ensure that every employee is afforded dignity and respect in the workplace and can perform at their best, every day.
  • Proactively provide counsel and advice to managers to reinforce our High-Performance Culture. Facilitate the effective resolution of ER issues. Manage investigations and the resolution of moderate to complex ER issues in partnership with Managers, the ER team and Legal as needed.
  • Implement HR policies and procedures in Ireland, ensuring that the company is fully compliant in terms of AML legislation, GDPR, and other legislative requirements
  • Any and all additional duties as may arise or be required in support of HR or Divisional objectives.


Qualifications
  • Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree or certification in human resources, organizational development or other directly related field.
  • A minimum of 8 years of solid work experience in Human Resources with strong HR Generalist or Business Partner experience
Preferred skills
  • Strong familiarity with full range of HR disciplines (Compensation, recruiting, etc.) and proven experience dealing with employee relations and progressive ER processes
  • Experience in building and implementing programs and processes to business needs.
  • Proven success working with multi-faceted, complex organizations in implementing core people management processes.
  • Must have exceptional communication skills; prioritizing ability; ability to effectively manage relationships throughout an organization
  • Coaching and counseling skills are required
  • Exceptional problem-solving and decision-making skills with the ability to resolve sensitive issues and interpret application of policies and procedures
  • Must possess solid negotiation skills and an orientation to client service
  • Experience of delivering and/or organizing L&D activities an advantage
  • Proficient user of MS Excel, Word, PowerPoint and HRIS systems.

Senior Talent Acquisition Consultant (Hybrid-Flexible)

Senior Talent Acquisition Consultant (Hybrid-Flexible)

Senior Talent Acquisition Consultant, a new role in a leading multinational financial services company based in Waterford. Reporting to the Head of HR & Communications for International
The overall Purpose of this role is :- the Senior Talent Acquisition Specialist will design, plan and execute a comprehensive Talent Acquisition strategy for The company. Working as part of the Global Talent Acquisition team and the International HuBS HR team the successful candidate will reinforce the company as an Employer of Choice in each of its locations. A key priority for this role will be creating a rich and diverse pipeline of talent for permanent and contract roles to meet the business needs of today and the growth needs of the future.
Responsibilities of the role:
  • Partner with the Management team and the HR team to understand and translate business needs into recruitment plans ensuring that the company is sourcing the strongest pipeline of diverse candidates who will add value to the business. Use advanced sourcing techniques and assessment methods to raise the bar on talent with every external hire.
  • Work with the HR team and SL Leadership to reinforce the company’s reputation as an Employer of Choice in each of its geographies through external and online media, as well as enhancing the hiring process for both external and internal candidates.
  • Proactively work with colleges, universities and third level institutions, as well as recruitment agencies and head hunters as necessary, to build knowledge of careers in the company for future staffing needs.
  • Manage the full recruitment process end to end by liaising with stakeholders (hiring managers, HRBP’s, Compensation team, Global Mobility team etc), from advertising roles through to final offer and onboarding. Actively participate in interviews on behalf of HR to help assess candidates and provide feedback to Hiring Managers.
  • Manage vendor relationships with recruitment agencies and sole traders, including agreeing Terms and Conditions with the agency, protocols for daily rate contractors, and extending / terminating contracts as necessary.
  • Working as part of the Global TA team, develop and coordinate an insightful and engaging virtual and/or in-person on-boarding and induction process for new employees & interns which incorporates a hybrid working model in a digital environment.
  • Reinforce the reputation of the company by updating our external website and internal channels with details of open positions, Benefit plans and testimonials, as well as posting the necessary documents / policies / information to be compliant in each geography.
  • Support and implement the ‘Future of Work’ TA initiatives within the company to encourage the adoption of digital & automated recruitment tools, the launch of Opportunity Marketplace and the evolution of skill development across all teams.
  • Operate across multiple international markets and time zones to source diverse top talent and deliver on Talent Acquisition KPI’s for the compoany globally.
  • Keep up to date with new social media, technology trends, market developments and ‘hot to hire’ skills to advance the attraction, retention and development of top talent in the company.
  • Other duties as may be required from time to time by colleagues and Managers.
Requirements of the role:
  • 3rd level degree in Human Resources, Business or a related discipline
  • A min of 5 years experience in a dynamic recruitment environment, either agency or company
  • Experienced in the use of social media for recruitment purposes and recruitment websites is essential along with recruitment system experience
  • Excellent interpersonal, communication and written skills required
  • Highly organised and detail oriented individual required with the ability to manage competing and changing priorities, resources, and time demands
  • Technical expertise with an ability to understand and explain job requirements for technical roles is a distinct advantage
  • Experience using Workday as a HRIS is a distinct advantage
  • A genuine interest in human resources and pursuing a career in this specialism.

Accountant

Accountant

Experienced Accountant required by our client an agri related company in Waterford. With operations based in Ireland, UK & North America, this role is occurring due to continued expansion. The Group is now seeking an experienced and enthusiastic Accountant to join its finance team. The person will play a leading and important role in providing finance support across three divisions in the Group. These divisions are experiencing rapid growth, and this is an exciting opportunity to gain wide ranging finance experience and commercial exposure.
Role and responsibilities
  • Preparation of monthly management accounts, including margin and detailed profitability analysis for a number of divisions in the Group.
  • Develop a full understanding of the commercial and financial characteristics of the businesses for which you are responsible and provide insightful guidance to the management team.
  • Assist in the assessment of various ad hoc projects, such as new investments, markets and commercial opportunities.
  • Contribute to the continued development of the control and reporting structures & systems in the relevant divisions.
The Candidate
  • Must hold Recognised accounting qualification.
  • Minimum 3 years’ experience in a busy finance department.
  • Experience in the preparation of detailed monthly accounts reporting pack.
  • Proven problem-solving and analytical abilities with excellent attention to detail.
  • Organised approach to work and driven to meet deadlines.
  • Comfortable and confident communicator, able to effectively interact and cooperate with all levels of the organisation.
  • Strong IT skills, particularly MS-Excel and a modern accounting/ERP system (ideally SAP).
The successful candidate will be joining a dedicated team of professionals operating in a dynamic, busy and rewarding environment.

Finance Analyst V11

Finance Analyst V11

Finance Analyst – Grade V11
Finance Analyst Grade V11, 12 month contract vacancy available in the Finance Dept of major hospital in South Tipperary. Reporting directly to the Finance Manager,
this role encompasses both managerial and administrative responsibilities which include the following:
Managerial/Administration
  • Preparation of monthly and annual Management Accounts and Reports.
  • Completion of Quarterly Financial Projections
  • Management of Patient Accounts and Creditors Department.
  • Completion of National Finance Templates and Reports.
  • Provision of information for Annual Financial Statements (Incudes Income, Debtors, JAC Reconciliations)
  • Responsible to ensure that there is an effective management in place to ensure adherence to the Prompt payment Act., HSE Purchase to Pay Regulations and the statutory regulations for VAT, RCT and Withholding Tax Payment
  • Calculation, monitoring and reporting of bad debt provision
  • Prepare timely and accurate income and debtor reports as required by Senior Management STGH, South/South West Hospital Group and HSE.
  • Review expenditure /revenue trends and liaise with Clinical Managers to identify causative factors
  • Prepare costings as required.
  • Maintain Professional standards including data confidentiality.
  • The incumbent is expected to work with minimal supervision, demonstrating leadership and sound judgment in managing allocated portfolios
  • Complete all mandatory training as deemed necessary by the hospital group
  • Participate in the workplace induction of all new staff as appropriate
Human Resources / Supervision of Staff
  • Supervise and enable other team members to carry out their responsibilities, ensuring appropriate delegation of responsibility and authority.
  • Review the conduct and completion of assignments of staff in accordance with the operational plan and expected quality standards.
  • Keep in touch with workloads of staff members to gauge levels of wellbeing and morale in the team.
Standards, Regulations, Policies, Procedures & Legislation
  • Contribute to the development of policies and procedures and ensure consistent adherence to procedures and current standards within area of responsibility.
  • Effectively discharge the day-to-day operations, including compliance with HSE Financial regulations and all HSE policies and procedures.
  • Maintain own knowledge of relevant policies, procedures, guidelines, and practices to perform the role effectively and to ensure standards are met by own team.
  • Maintain own knowledge of relevant regulations and legislation e.g., HSE Financial Regulations, Health & Safety legislation, Employment legislation, FOI Acts, GDPR.
  • Have a working knowledge of the Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA) Standards and other standards as they apply to the role for example, Standards for Healthcare, National Standards for the Prevention and Control of Healthcare Associated Infections, Hygiene Standards etc. and comply with associated HSE protocols for implementing and maintaining these standards.
  • Support, promote and actively participate in sustainable energy, water, and waste initiatives to create a more sustainable, low carbon and efficient health service.

The above Job Specification is not intended to be a comprehensive list of all duties involved and consequently, the post holder may be required to perform other duties as appropriate to the post which may be assigned to him / her from time to time and to contribute to the development of the post while in office.
The Ideal Candidate will have:-
  • Qualified/Part Qualified Accountancy or Business Degree or equivalent
  • Experience of costing and finance systems and of regular monthly reporting including achievement of monthly and yearly deadlines with multiple stakeholders.
  • Demonstrate depth and breadth of experience of working in a team environment with competing priorities and deadlines while ensuring compliance and accuracy
  • Significant experience of evaluating complex information from a variety of sources and making effective decisions quickly and accurately
  • Significant experience of using Microsoft excel and financial based systems and translating that usage into the production of management information
Please Contact Claire Grogan on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for a full job description.

Recruitment Coordinator

Recruitment Coordinator

Recruitment Co-ordinator required by large growing FMCG company based in South Tipperary. The overall purpose of the Recruitment Coordinator is to Support the site in all aspects of the employee life cycle and help build a strong and sustainable company. Will be responsible for managing and championing the hiring process for general operatives, attracting, sourcing and recruiting.
Reporting to the Operations Manager, the overall responsibilities will include but not limited to:
  • Engage with the hiring managers in relation to current and future Talent requirements
  • Recruitment of staff and building a pipeline of potential new talent
  • Responsible for employee files, including contracts, and co-ordinate all relevant administration in the company
  • Partner with hiring managers on complete recruiting life cycle (sourcing, shortlisting, interviewing, offer preparation and onboarding)
  • Provide input on workforce planning by proactively seeking information in attraction, assessment, and sourcing.
  • Create data-driven reports to present progress to Senior Leadership Teams
  • Ensure compliance with any specific legislative, regulatory, or contractual requirements and have a good understanding of employment law
  • Support hiring managers with the creation of job descriptions that reflect each position’s requirements
  • Ensure pre-employment and reference checks are satisfactory
  • Manage the exit interview process and feedback results to relevant parties
  • Continue to develop relationships with new and existing agencies based on market demands
  • Attend job fairs and careers events
  • Stay up to date with current recruiting methods
  • Ensure HR files are maintained and that all paperwork is up to date and work closely with HR Auditor Lead to maintain files on a regular basis
  • Provide general administrative support and assist with any tasks & activities as may be required
  • Liaise with the Payroll Department ensuring appropriate information is processed in line with policy as directed.
  • Support with all aspects of early careers including Summer Students, Ty Programme, Apprenticeships and Graduate Programme
  • Support Group HR with organisational design and long-term planning to best benefit the organisation
  • Undertake ad-hoc projects to ensure the site remains on the cutting edge of HR common practice with regards to recruitment
  • Understanding the business and associated pressures and be viewed as a team member.
The ideal candidate will have:-
  • 2 years’ experience in a HR role is desirable.
  • Relevant Third Level qualification in a HR related discipline required
  • CIPD qualified
  • Experience in a FMCG environment would be an advantage but not essential
  • Excellent focus on customer service Excellent interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to exercise good judgement and confidentiality
  • Passionate about recruitment and Early Careers.
  • Ability to influence others both face-to-face and over the telephone
  • Extremely organised and excellent problem-solving skills
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Ability to manage multiple competing priorities in a fast-paced, constantly changing environment
  • Excellent team player and strong ability to work on own initiative and under pressure
Note: As with all positions, due to the dynamic nature of company, key responsibilities will evolve and change over time. Some travel will be required.
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