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  • Accreditation from the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), or
  • A bachelor's degree in Human Resources Management, Psychology, or a Business-related subject, and
  • A minimum 5 years’ experience in a HR role.
  • A minimum 3 years’ experience in a management role. • Fluent level of both spoken and written English.

    In addition to the essential qualifications, employers will be looking for:
  • The ability to create people strategy.
  • Commercial acumen and experience of using metrics for driving performance.
  • A pro-active attitude and a passion for leading with integrity.
  • Superior interpersonal skills and a positive, approachable manner.
  • A proactive and agile work ethic.
  • A curious mindset, to think innovatively and rationally about concerns and come up with creative solutions
  • Experience of managing a skilled team and make quick but rational decisions.
  • In depth knowledge of Employment Law.
  • Thorough and methodical attention to detail.
  • Good time management skills and the ability to prioritise, problem-solve and use your initiative.
  • First-rate communication and presentation skills.
  • Commitment to be an inspiring role model who encourages collaboration. 
  • Commitment to continual personal development.
  • The ability to accept and provide feedback, be challenged on your advice, and work well under pressure.
  • Proficient I.T. skills.


  • Good knowledge of employment regulations.
  • Excellent knowledge of HR practices.
  • Vast working knowledge of all HR departmental areas, including reward and recognition, welfare, learning and development, as well as HR systems and budgets.
  • Proven leadership experience in managing departments and teams. 
  • Exceptional leadership qualities.
  • The ability to develop and nurture relationships across departments.
  • The confidence to provide sound professional advice.
  • The ability to lead the development of effective employment policies.
  • Excellent knowledge and understanding of regulations, accepted professional standards, policies, procedures and legislation (including legislation on data protection, the Equality Act and health and safety).
  • The ability to analyse and review HR data to identify trends.
  • Experience in determining, measuring and analysing relevant KPIs for incentive schemes.
  • The ability to use office software packages competently.