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HR and Staff Development Manager

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Date: 11-Jan-2023

Location: London, GB, EC3M 4BS

Company: Lloyds Register

Job ID:37899
Location:London : 71 Fenchurch Street 
Position Category:Human Resources
Position Type:Employee Regular


Role purpose :
To work with Directors, Managers and their teams, as well as fellow Lloyds Register Group HR, Learning and Other Service teams, to deliver effective HR, learning and people development generalist support at a senior level and to design and deliver a range of improvement projects.   To ensure that a focused and effective HR and People Development Programme is provided to all staff across the Foundation.  

 

Key Responsibilities :

  1. To assist the COO and Executive Team with People Development planning activities and related projects and to work with operational managers to meet business needs with regards to resourcing.  
  2. In liaison with the Lloyds Register Group (LRG) support teams, provide professional advice to Executive Team on Staff matters and guidance on interpretation and implementation of policies and procedures. 
  3. In liaison with the LRG Recruitment team, provide professional advice to Executive Team on recruitment matters including writing Job Descriptions, salary benchmarking process and routes to recruitment.
  4. Ensure that activities within their area of control are carried out in line with internal procedures, contractual requirements, cost structures and KPI’s are met.
  5. Work with the Office Manager and other line managers to provide appropriate induction programmes for new staff.  
  6. Work with Office Manager to ensure Health and Safety Policies and Procedures for staff are in place for both Office based and Home-based working.
  7. Contribute as indicated in activities associated with organisational change, i.e., regarding the communication/ introduction of new policies/ procedures to support changes needed.  Support staff through communicating, listening and providing practical help as appropriate.
  8.  Work with managers to identify performance and well-being problems and to find appropriate solutions to manage them.  Provide briefing sessions/ workshops on ways of managing performance problems effectively bringing in best practice information acquired.  
  9. Monitor staff turnover and absenteeism levels in designated area of operations and work with managers, external advisors (including LRG HR and occupational health) to address trends and problems found.
  10. Work proactively with Executive Team and Managers to prevent difficulties developing into problems.  Provide workshops and briefing sessions to alert managers of potential legal dangers or those who may have a negative impact on morale.
  11. Advise on the job grade / salary evaluation process and indicate to managers when there is a need for an evaluation process to be used.  
  12. Review & analyse data (including EDI data) to provide management information/statistics, including the identification and reporting of process failures, to support the overall delivery of processes. 
  13. Work with mangers in support of the PPP process and in particular to identify Training and Development needs of staff and support the individuals in identifying suitable internal or external training courses.
  14. Review information obtained from exit interviews, identify trends and recommend appropriate solutions.  Work with managers to identify training & development needs.  
  15. Manage, execute and analyse the results of the Employer Opinion Survey and other staff surveys such as Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging surveys. Working with the Executive Team and all staff devise Action Plans to be implemented and drive through change.
  16. Design new or update existing staff related policies and procedures and carry out projects to enhance the development of the team.
  17. Manage individual projects or any other suitable activities as directed by the COO

 

Professional Requirements :

  • MIPD/ Grad IPD or proven academic study of key aspects of HR management with comprehensive HR generalist operational experience.
  • Experience of working within a Small / Medium sized Organisation is desirable
  • Demonstrated commitment to continuous professional development
  • Flexible and approachable
  • Keen to bring about improvement through change, 
  • Open and objective.
  • High integrity and confidentiality 
  • Team player
     

Diversity and Inclusion at Lloyd's Register:

Together we are one Lloyd’s Register, committed to developing an inclusive and safe workplace that embraces and celebrates diversity. We strive to ensure that all applicants to LR experience equality of opportunity and fair treatment, because we believe it is the right thing to do. We hope you do too.

 

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