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Among similar professions in Ireland the highest-paid are considered to be HR Consultant. According to our website the average salary is 6376 GBP. In the second place is HR Manager with a salary 2763 GBP, and the third - Recruitment Manager with a salary 2682 GBP.
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IFDS-Transfer Agency-Investor and Distributor Services-Associate-1-Kilkenny
State Street Corporation, Kilkenny, IE
IFDS-Transfer Agency-Investor and Distributor Services-Associate-1-Kilkenny Who we are looking for: Deliver high quality client service both internally and externally by incorporating experience and industry knowledge in daily workflow so as to complete increasingly complex tasks on time and accurately. Why this role is important to us The team you will be joining is a part of International Financial Data Services (IFDS). IFDS is a world-leading provider of outsourcing and technology solutions to the financial services industry. With its global headquarters in Toronto, IFDS services over 240 financial organizations around the world, providing solutions to a wide range of global asset managers, wealth managers, banks, and insurance companies. IFDS is present in North America, EMEA and APAC. Join us if making your mark in the financial services industry from day one is a challenge you are up for. What you will be responsible for: In the role of Transfer Agency Investor and Distributor Services-Associate-1 role you will : Client Service o Complete all tasks including the handling of all complex calls and queries, to a high quality, to meet client requirements in a timely and accurate manner o Quality control of transactions processed and client correspondence o Assist in the delivery of on the job training and development of other administrators. o Ensure business standards and client deadlines are met on a consistent basis o Escalate client issues where necessary Technical o Adhere to procedures in relation to all tasks o Administration of Clients trades and maintenance of register, processing of cash movements and reconciliation o Identify process efficiencies in the course of their daily work and propose to line managers o Develop and maintain a thorough knowledge of Transfer Agency processes and Systems o Gain broad expertise on company products o Build and maintain internal network of contacts Communication o Liaise with other departments in an effective manner o Provide/seek regular feedback to team leader o Maintain open communication channels with clients, peers and management. Team o Act as an effective team player & deputies for immediate supervisor when appropriate o Show organisation skills for oneself and others o Display effective team focus by assisting colleagues in their daily routine o Positively influencing team morale in order to achieve set standards and goals o Show willingness to assume additional tasks in order to share workload within team/department o Maintaining a "can do" attitude General o Display initiative o Administration of Clients/Investors correspondence o Display awareness of daily work levels and overall business needs by identifying and taking prompt action on priority items, displaying effective time management What we value Core Requirements: Regulatory: o To exercise due care and diligence, ensuring the areas the role is responsible for are organised and controlled; o To comply with the regulatory regimes in which IFDS operates, with particular consideration given to relevant Client Asset, Data Protection and Financial Crime Prevention regulations, as appropriate to the above role. Quality: o All employees are accountable for the delivery of a Quality service, driving for excellence in all their work activities: o To be quality driven, aiming for 100% accuracy and timeliness of delivery; o To effectively plan the way services are delivered so that all activity is directly related to providing quality services and meeting the expectations of the customer (internal and external); o To continuously review processes and practices relating to the role and act as a catalyst for change and improvement in individual and team performance; o To observe proper standards of market, business and personal conduct, demonstrating integrity in the execution of duties; o To communicate and promote the values which reinforce and support a consistent quality culture. o To adhere to company values of Professional, Accountable, Client Focused, Excellence and Leadership (PACE&L) in all tasks and interactions Education & Preferred Qualifications Knowledge and Competency Requirements Specific knowledge, skills and qualifications needed to achieve required performance standards in a role. Essential and Desirable o Detailed understanding of procedural, technical and product requirements within Transfer Agency business o Excellent administrative and business support skills, with the ability to multi-task and to work calmly under pressure. o Excellent working knowledge of MS Office suite including Word, Excel and PowerPoint o Strong written & verbal communication skills o Excellent organisational, planning and co-ordination skills. o Ability to work accurately to tight deadlines o Proactive and able to work independently and as part of a team o Flexible o Personable and Enthusiastic o Additional languages desirable (e.g. German, French, Italian and/or Spanish) About State Street What we do. State Street is one of the largest custodian banks, asset managers and asset intelligence companies in the world. From technology to product innovation we're making our mark on the financial services industry. For more than two centuries, we've been helping our clients safeguard and steward the investments of millions of people. We provide investment servicing, data & analytics, investment research & trading and investment management to institutional clients. Work, Live and Grow. We make all efforts to create a great work environment. Our benefits packages are competitive and comprehensive. Details vary in locations, but you may expect generous medical care, insurance and savings plans among other perks. You'll have access to flexible Work Program to help you match your needs. And our wealth of development programs and educational support will help you reach your full potential. Inclusion, Diversity and Social Responsibility. We truly believe our employees' diverse backgrounds, experiences and perspective are a powerful contributor to creating an inclusive environment where everyone can thrive and reach their maximum potential while adding value to both our organization and our clients. We warmly welcome the candidates of diverse origin, background, ability, age, sexual orientation, gender identity and personality. Another fundamental value at State Street is active engagement with our communities around the world, both as a partner and a leader. You will have tools to help balance your professional and personal life, paid volunteer days, matching gift program and access to employee networks that help you stay connected to what matters to you. State Street is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. Discover more at StateStreet.com/careers
Dynamics Navision Functional Consultant - Dublin
Nigel Frank, Dublin, Republic of
Our client is seeking passionate individuals who are interested in actively participating in a group of inspired, problem solving and ideas generating teams using great technologies and designing solutions that go above and beyond what's expected.To be successful in this role the ERP Consultant must have experience in Solution-selling, Project Design and Management, and a proven ability to act as a mentor and train junior colleagues.Responsibilities:· Assist in business requirements analysis and design· Configuration and implementation of Dynamics Navision/Business Central· Perform data migration and testing· User training· Post go-live supportProfessional Skills/Experience:· Degree in Business, Accounting, MIS or equivalent· Professional accounting certification· Experience delivering financial consolidations and reporting· ERP/System implementation experience - partner or end user· Autonomous and driven to deliver solutions adhering to strict deadlinesSoft Skills:Strong analytical skillsRobust budget management skillsExceptional customer relationship developmentEffective organisational and interpersonal skillsBroad industry/competitive knowledgeGenuine interest in growing your knowledge and experience rapidly in a fast-paced industryGood knowledge of financial and management reportingProven financial expertise - achieved either through proven experience as a finance professional or practical experience as a consultant implementing similar finance solutionsFor more information about this role or to discuss other Consultant roles I currently have available in Ireland across the MS Dynamics Stack, please get in touch!
Talent Acquisition Business Partner
, Dundalk, Louth, Republic of
Overview of role:Opportunity for a TA Business Partner to join a Biopharmaceutical company located in Dundalk, Co. Louth. This individual will recruit professionals in the Life Sciences sector. This is a high volume, fast paced 360 recruitment role which will involve working closely with Line Managers to identify, screen, interview, hire and onboard candidates to fill internal requirements within the business. Managing candidate expectations throughout the recruitment process is also an important aspect of this role to ensure successful outcomes for both the candidate and company.About the company:State of the art €325M Biopharmaceutical contract development manufacturing facility which began construction in Ireland in 2018. They are a Chinese Multinational company featuring single-use bioreactors for commercial biomanufacturing as well as next generation processing technology. The company is expected to create 400+ new jobs.Responsibilities: * Work with a close-knit team to manage high volume requirement projects * Oversee the full-cycle recruitment process through from sourcing candidates to completing onboarding procedures * Partner with hiring managers on staffing needs and assist with identifying and determining selection criteria to be utilized during the interview process * Utilise the company’s internal candidate database, job boards, social media and professional networking events to build and maintain a network of candidates * Work collaboratively with the talent acquisition team and liaise with external agencies, outsourcing work in specialist areas * Keep up to date on industry developments and news and be recognized as a Subject Matter Expert in your specialist area * Follow appropriate methods for screening candidates; F2F interviews, reference checks, qualifications/education checks * Manage candidate expectations and successfully negotiate T&Cs with candidates and close out on offersQualifications, Skills & Experience: * Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Human Resources, Communications or other relevant discipline * Good level of experience recruiting in a high-volume, fast paced environment * Prior experience in Bio/Pharmaceutical Manufacturing is highly preferable * Proven ability to build strong relationships with cross-functional managers and candidates * Excellent verbal and written communication skills * advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite, specifically Outlook, Word, Excel and Candidate Management Systems (CMS) * Ability to work on own initiative to meet or exceed target KPI’s * Ability to work effectively with staff at all levels of the organisation
Morgan McKinley, Dublin West, ie
Large Pharma company require HRBP for Mat Leave contract -Immediate Start HRBP ( 6 Months MAT Leave Cover)Location:Dublin WestSalary: €50,000-60,000The Role:Responsible for providing HR guidance/support to the business in most of the following areas: competencydevelopment, succession planning, talent management, talent acquisition, employment law compliance, employeeRelations, employee engagement, change management and process improvementCoach and consult with management on issues affecting morale, performance, development and organizationeffectiveness, helping to determine root causes and recommending appropriate next stepsProvide guidance and direction to the business to ensure consistent, equal and fair treatment of all employeesConsult with managers to ensure the consistent application of and adherence to company policies and proceduresAssist in development and implementation of HR policy and proceduresSupporting the recruitment process including liaising with Hiring ManagersCollation of data on HR metrics for monthly reporting.Compliance to all local site company policies, procedures and corporate policiesRequirements: Minimum of third level qualification, ideally to degree level, in relevant disciplineExcellent communication skills, written and oralExcellent interpersonal skills with the ability to work effectively with staff at all levels of the organisationExcellent organisational skillsAbility to work on own initiative and be proactiveProven ability to build strong relationships across all levelsFlexibility and confidentialityResults oriented, with the ability to manage multiple priorities in a short period of timeExcellent verbal and written communication and presentation skillsExcellent organisational and planning skills and strong attention to detail Previous experience of working in a regulated environment advantageous.Morgan McKinley is acting as an Employment Agency and references to pay rates are indicative.BY APPLYING FOR THIS ROLE YOU ARE AGREEING TO OUR TERMS OF SERVICE WHICH TOGETHER WITH OUR PRIVACY STATEMENT GOVERN YOUR USE OF MORGAN MCKINLEY SERVICES.
Cloud Product Specialist
itContracting - An Evros Company, Unspecified, South Dublin
Talent delivery and analytics manager
HR Cpl recruitment have delighted to be supporting a multinational professional services client in recruiting an experienced candidate for a managers position for a Talent and Analytics Delivery Lead role. The position would be supporting the HR services and Recruitment team to deliver as part of a large business growth plan. This position will be to drive process efficiency, develop a strong culture of continuous improvement across the Talent team, ensure the smooth delivery of HR shared services processes, execute project delivery, planning and budgeting for the function and the consistent delivery of efficient and effective recruitment campaigns.Responsibilities will include:Talent attraction and Recruitment: Experienced hire & studentWork with Recruitment managers to ensure a measurable, efficient and effective recruitment service is delivered.Lead the delivery of innovative and inspiring attraction campaignsEnsure employer brand is best in marketEnsure the recruitment model is optimised and improvements made where neededCollaborate with our regional and global Talent teamsService Management FrameworkWork with the Service Management Framework Specialist to develop and deliver a Talent Service Management FrameworkEnsure meaningful Talent analytics and SLA’s are in placeReport on Talent service levels to Senior Stakeholders Ensure Talent’s service delivery reporting/analytics library is fit for purposeHave the ability to predict and pin-point issues or pressure point that may arise across the Talent serviceContinuous Improvement and Process OptimisationLead high-impact collaborative projects to streamline and simplify the Talent and HR processes, ensuring that they are delivered within planned timelinesPartner with Talent Leads and Managers to support the delivery of strategic talent improvement projectsWork with, mentor and coach, Talent teams and individuals looking to strengthen their continuous improvement capability and to deliver process improvementsIdentify & present proposals for process improvement and gap elimination Lead and manage cross-functional Talent initiatives to improve employee lifecycle experience Continually implemented processes for ongoing improvement and refinementTo be a successful candidate for this role you must:7 + years work experience with at least 3 years' relevant experience in process improvement, project delivery or organisational changeExperience in the application of continuous process improvement methodologiesExperience of working in a collaborative environment to bring about significant change with key stakeholdersKnowledge of Lean (belt certified)/or similar, change management and project managementExperience using multiple inputs (data sets, stakeholder feedback, process flow documents, etc.) to formulate a proposal or recommendationProven experience in quantifying process improvement (costs, efficiency, headcount)Strong knowledge of analyticsIdeally a Bachelor's degree with strong academic record or suitable alternative qualificationStrong knowledge of HR operations, HR systems and HR Service/DeliveryIf you have experience in a similar role and are looking for your next challenge, get in touch with your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more about this exciting new opportunity.
Senior HR Manager, Business Engagement
CPL, Warwickshire, England
Senior HR Manager, Business Engagement Contract length: 18 monthsPay rate: PAYE £27.69 per hourLocation: Leamington SpaStart date: Imminent contract The Senior HR Manager Business Engagement role will operate within the LSL to lead on partnering and engaging with the laboratory senior and line management, ensuring comprehensive Employee Relations, staff engagement and internal communications support to the laboratory management.The role will have a customer-centric focus, building a solid understanding of the laboratory business in order to deliver appropriate support at pace and as required. Key ResponsibilitiesWork with the HRD, SHRM – Operations and the SLT to co-create and drive a LSL HR/people plan which considers internal/external, current/future influences and supports the achievement of the following:Performance management to drive high performance culture.Proactive plans that respond to staff survey results and build engagement and staff advocacyEmbedding the diversity and inclusion aspirations of LSL and the values-based culture and purpose agreed by the SLT.Resource planning and talent management (including succession planning) to drive mobility, professional growth, and support retention/reduce single person dependency.Enhanced wellbeing of staff and smarter working principles.Build trusted relationships with line managers and the lab senior leadership team, developing a thorough knowledge and understanding of the wider organisational context, the relevant external environment, their laboratory areas and priorities, and the consequent people implications.Attend lab ops and relevant management meetings to support and drive forward people solutions to operational lab issues Challenge managers’ thinking, influencing decisions which support the achievement of LSL’s corporate objectives in a values-compliant manner.Horizon scan for changes in employment law and recommend and implement appropriate plans to incorporate and accommodate relevant new legal requirements.Ensure the provision of an expert employee relations advisory service to senior leaders, including strategic and specialist advice that provides business -focused solutions and cases escalated from the HR Operations team; acting as an escalation point for HR Managers.Working with T&T Internal Communications and the T&T External Stakeholder Manager and SHRM - Operations, ensure the development of business engagement activity and a regular communications cadence in line with the remit outlined in Appendix A.Key Outputs and DeliverablesSeen as a “trusted advisor” and partner by senior managers, who is customer and solutions focussed and has the right to challengeDelivered key and cyclical HR projects, as agreed with the HR Director, to scope, time and budget.Lab-relevant ‘people’ insights to the regular management reporting.Contribution to/completion of internal continuous improvement initiativesCompleted, risk managed complex ER matters.Comprehensive people-related business engagement and communications programmeManaging a motivated team who are valued by their clientsRecognised as contributor to wider corporate agenda, a champion of change and promoter of the LSL as a great place to work. Develops and delivers valued training and development activities in collaboration with Training colleaguesTo apply or for more information on this role please get in touch via email- George King- email@example.com
HR Business Partner
CPL, Dublin, Leinster
Seeking a HR Business Partner for a Business Services Organisation on a permanent Contract. EXPERIENCE REQUIRED Ensure that organisation is in compliance with all legal requirements e.g. employment law, Health and Safety, GDPR etc. Apply best practice at all times. If found to be non-compliant, develop action plan to address issue and escalate to HR Manager where appropriateEnsure all messages and communication complies with management policyPolicy development and documentation; ensure HR policies and procedures are updated in line with current legislation. Develop new policies in line with changing requirements.Maintain effective & constructive relationships with all management and staff to effect positive change to new environment.Managing any Employee Relations issues Support Team Managers and Team Leaders in implementing business change.Ensure successful delivery of all recruitment needs within the required KPI’s and targetsManage the process for new hires to point of end of probation.Monitor attrition levels identify trends and work with team managers to ensure we achieve target attrition.RESPONSIBILITIES REQUIRED 2+ years' HR experienceEmployee Relations experience, handing grievances and disciplinaries BA/BS degree or equivalent work experience in a related fieldStrong organisational skills with ability to meet multiple competing deliverablesStrong communication skills, both verbal and writtenGood interpersonal skillsFocused and proven ability to meet deadlinesResults driven and passion for qualityFor further information please contact Leanne Davis on 087 36384794 or email your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
HR Business Partner
CPL, Dublin, Leinster
Seeking a HR Business Partner for a Business Services Organisation on a 6 Month Contract. The primary location for this position is Sandyford, Dublin 18 however successful candidate will initially be working from home due to COVID-19.EXPERIENCE REQUIRED Ensure that organisation is in compliance with all legal requirements e.g. employment law, Health and Safety, GDPR etc. Apply best practice at all times. If found to be non-compliant, develop action plan to address issue and escalate to HR Manager where appropriateEnsure all messages and communication complies with management policyPolicy development and documentation; ensure HR policies and procedures are updated in line with current legislation. Develop new policies in line with changing requirements.Maintain effective & constructive relationships with all management and staff to effect positive change to new environment.Managing any Employee Relations issues Support Team Managers and Team Leaders in implementing business change.Ensure successful delivery of all recruitment needs within the required KPI’s and targetsManage the process for new hires to point of end of probation.Monitor attrition levels identify trends and work with team managers to ensure we achieve target attrition.RESPONSIBILITIES REQUIRED 2+ years' HR experienceEmployee Relations experience, handing grievances and disciplinaries BA/BS degree or equivalent work experience in a related fieldStrong organisational skills with ability to meet multiple competing deliverablesStrong communication skills, both verbal and writtenGood interpersonal skillsFocused and proven ability to meet deadlinesResults driven and passion for qualityFor further information please contact Sarah.email@example.com or call me on 01 947 6328
Talent Director – Lead Strategic Talent Partner
Brightwater, Dublin (Central)
My client, a leading management consultancy firm based in Dublin City Centre has an opportunity for a Talent Director – Lead Strategic Talent Partner Key Responsibilities:The Strategic Talent Partner Director works in collaboration with the -Talent Director and COO to ensure they are developing an extraordinary and rewarding place for individuals to create their future and plays a key role in building out an exciting and engagement culture.This role will lead the Service Line Strategic Talent Partner and Employee Relations function to deliver a cohesive and strategic talent service and develop strong personal relationships and networks throughout the partnership.The incumbent is expected to play a major role working with Head of Talent and COO supporting business growth, the achievement of the talent strategy, employee experience and retention of top talent, as well as maintaining a relentless focus on employee engagement.This role will offer a fantastic experience in working in partnership with a fast-paced business and give you the opportunity to add value through pragmatically applying your HR knowledge and experience. You have to be prepared to challenge the status quo within your remit as we strive to deliver our Talent priorities in an ever-changing environment and across multiple locations with regional teams.Your key responsibilities•Lead the Strategic Talent Partner team in Ireland to support the business to deliver against plan•Drive the Strategic Talent Partner agenda and be accountable for its delivery and outcomes•Provide oversight and support to the Employee relations function•Lead strategic change and transformation projects for Talent•Lead the performance management process for Talent and across the business•Provide inhouse coaching capability to support our business leaders•Act as the Strategic Talent Partner for the Core Business Service (CBS) Line- collaborate with CBS leadership to deliver a strategic partnering service including:-•Deployment of the Talent strategy especially in relation to talent management, leadership development, managing change, performance management and organisational design•Creation of Strategic People Plans - work with function leads at the start of each Financial/Planning year to map out their Talent needs•Proactively drive strategic change initiatives and monitor and report delivery against the Annual Plans quarterly•Creation of Workforce Plans with each function lead identifying their workforce capability needs for the coming year – reassessing those needs quarterly.•Leveraging relevant data to bring insights to aid discussion and challenge the CBS functions views / status quo•Acting as a trusted advisor to the business leaders providing guidance and coaching on key People issues including performance management, talent management and salary reviews••Working collaboratively with teams in Talent to shape and deliver a positive employee experience – coach and mentor junior talent team members•Driving and implementing engagement and change management programme•Supporting the implementation of the firm’s key processes around for example, performance management, leadership development and reward (without an undue administrative burden)•Supporting our drive to be an inclusive employer valuing diversity and difference The Ideal Candidate for this role:An experienced, passionate, energetic and resilient individual who can strengthen our Talent team and work in partnership with the business in delivering an exceptional HR service in line with our People strategy and Firm’s business objectives.•A strong strategic focus and an ability to translate a vision to a tangible delivery plan.•Strong communication, facilitation and influencing skills•Demonstrable business acumen and ability to think commercially•Excellent interpersonal and relationship management skills wit
Human Resources Business Partner
Brightwater, Dublin (Central)
My client, a market leading financial services organisation in Dublin is hiring a HR Business Partner Key Responsibilities:•Develop strategies and provide guidance on workforce planning, team structures, and succession planning, ensuring that core HR processes are applied appropriately•Ensure local HR strategy is aligned with business and global HR strategies to achieve organisational objectives and alignment with Maples’ vision, mission, values, culture and objectives•Liaise with CoEs and the business to ensure global and regional initiatives/policies are deployed with success and any potential challenges addressed•Assist the leadership team on shared HR projects, including managing local HR Project Plans. Co-ordinate local/global projects to ensure successful implementation of within client groups•Anticipate workforce planning needs by assessing rolling attrition rate; work closely with the business and TA to identify recruitment needs and reasons for attrition in order to provide strategic insights•Develop a people plan for the business taking into account the wider HR agenda and any challenges that may exist within the business•Maintain resource allocation through HR reports. Facilitate budget allocation with the business to ensure adherence with the allocated budget•Modify/Create and implement internal HR policies and procedures in line with local legislation•Analyse trends and metrics to enhance HR solutions, processes, and programs that address current/future problems•Drive L&D initiatives and act as the liaison between L&D and the business including participation in formal learning programs required by the organization•Provide the day-to-day performance management guidance to the business through coaching, career development, counselling, and management of disciplinary actions or grievance hearings•Support employee engagement and wellbeing through mental health and wellbeing programs advocacy to ensure our employees feel valued and connected to the organization. The Ideal Candidate for this role:In addition to indisputably high ethical standards and autonomy, the ideal candidate possesses the following:•At least 10 years’ of experience as an Human Resources Business Partner in a fast paced environment•Strong communication and leadership skills•Fluency in English is required For a confidential conversation to understand more about this role, please contact Celia Moloney on 01 592 7882 or email [email protected] .
Assistant HR Business Partner
, Dublin, Dublin City, Republic of
Change your job, change your workplace, change your future...Ricoh is a global organisation specialising in strategic IT services, document management solutions and cloud-based technology. We transform businesses with imagination, clarity and vision by utilising our pioneering and innovative ways of working; we call it: imagine. change.Our teams are constantly embracing change and fostering new ways of working, and we have never been more resolute in our mission: -You work for us, and we`ll work for you".Working alongside our Senior Leadership team in Ireland, this will be a true partnering role, which will provide you with a wide remit, a variety of tasks and will encapsulate all areas of HR (employee engagement, project work, reward, recruitment, etc.)The opportunity will allow you to come in and really develop within the role, as you deliver on operational people support, enabling the effective implementation of the people strategy across Ricoh Ireland.What you will be doing... * Develop and execute relevant people plans in conjunction with the MD and HR Business Partner * Manage and drive projects that deliver cultural, transformational or structural change; increasing brand awareness and the use of the Employee Value Proposition and the aim to be an Employer of Choice * Development of effective talent management plans, ensuring they support the Diversity strategy and cover all aspects of resourcing, performance management, retention and development * Undertake activity to understand underlying culture, identifying areas for improvement which effectively delivers employee performance and engagement * Develop and empower line managers in effective people management practices * Responsible for managing all ER issues end-to-end * Proactively analyse People performance metrics for Ricoh Ireland and develop plans to drive performance and build organisational capability * Support the business in tenders and bids by providing HR and CR information * Working with Ricoh UK and Ricoh Europe, provide advice and support on reward and benefits, managing job descriptions, evaluations, reward benchmarking, pay review and annual benefits enrolment * Work collaboratively with the recruitment team to support all recruitment activity * Assist and execute the delivery of change management and business improvement programmes across the business to optimise business performance and enhance employee engagement * Work collaboratively with the UK team of HR Business Partners and Assistant HR Business Partner to increase collaboration, alignment and help to further develop manager capabilityYou will ideally have... * Broad generalist HR experience including managing relationships, performance management, knowledge of current UK employment legislation, employee relations, TUPE, redundancies & restructures * Knowledge of change management and ability to assist with large inter-departmental projects * Business and commercial awareness * Good understanding of Irish Employment Legislation * Excellent communication & presentation skills * High-level of interpersonal skills with the ability to work with various management teams, building effective relationships to be able to objectively challenge and influence change * Ability to analyse and interpret key HR metrics and management information * Continuous learning attitude in order to develop skills further for future succession planning * Ideally part or fully CIPD qualifiedIn return for your commitment, you can expect...We offer a competitive salary package with industry leading benefits making Ricoh an exceptional place to work. A place where there is strong emphasis on career development for the right individuals. This is a role where you can excel within a fast-paced environment and succeed within a thriving organisation.This is an excellent opportunity to join a global company where you can truly capitalise and build on your own experience. Ready to make that change?We are an equal opportunities employerRicoh have removed the disclosure of convictions box from their application process (ban the box) offering equal opportunities to all. For all roles, we will judge each individual on their skills and ability before taking into account their history. However some roles are subject to sensitive and restrictive information and, if successful, you may be required to undertake pre-employment vetting checks which include but are not limited to residency check, credit reference check, financial sanctions` check, and a DBS Check. Further information on Employment Vetting can be accessed by contacting the Ricoh Recruitment Team
School Administrative Manager
Trinity College Dublin, Dublin
Job Title: School Administrative ManagerSchool/Department: School of EducationJob Category and Level: Professional, Administrative & Support; *Administrative Officer 1 The Purpose of the RoleThe School Administrative Manager will manage the delivery of a high-quality administrative service to support the activities of the School of Education. They are directly responsible for managing administrative processes and systems that facilitate academic administration and implementation of School and College policy.ContextThe School of Education seeks to appoint a School Administrative Manager on a 5-year Fixed Term Contract. The School Administrative Manager manages the delivery of a high-quality administrative service to support all the activities of the School of Education. They will be directly responsible for managing administrative processes and systems that facilitate strategic and budgetary planning, academic administration, management of staff, and implementation of School and College policy. The School Administrative Manager reports to the Head of School. It is an excellent opportunity for a motivated candidate to work at a high-level in a dynamic, interesting and responsible role.Main Responsibilities This is a list of the tasks, duties and responsibilities for the role.1. Strategic Planning, Implementation and Relationship ManagementWork with the Head of School to develop and implement the strategic objectives of the School, which support and grow the School’s achievements in teaching and research in both a national and international context.Drafting and collating School Strategic Plans and other reports. Take initiative in drafting sections of reports for consideration by the Head of School.Develop and manage processes and systems to implement and monitor the delivery of the School’s strategic objectives, identifying solutions to problems and implementing appropriate actions.Work with Head of School to plan and prepare the School’s staffing and resource plans, and manage processes to implement and monitor such plans on an ongoing basis. Establish, maintain and promote productive relationships with academic, administrative and managerial colleagues in the School, Faculty, University, external agencies and partners, with a view to keeping abreast of internal College policy and direction, and external standards and demands that impact on the School.Liaise with external bodies which may set standards or supply funds to the School, adapting communication style as appropriate. 2. Financial Planning and Management SupportOversee Financial planning and budget management for the School, making recommendations to the Head of School regarding resource allocation;Manage and develop administrative systems and business processes to support the Head of School in:Preparing budgets and monitoring expenditure against them;Providing detailed budgetary information based on the University Baseline Budgeting Model and how that relates to school specific targets; Ensuring resource allocation is linked to strategic and operational planning, and in compliance with college approved financial policies;Monitoring activity in the school’s recurrent and research accounts;Preparing financial proposals for capital and other projects.Liaise where necessary with the Faculty Finance Partner, Financial Services Division, other central Offices, Trinity Research and Innovation, and Trinity Foundation on matters relating to financial planning and management.Liaise with external agencies with respect to fundraising and sourcing funding opportunities for consideration by the Head of School and the School’s Executive Committee. 3. HR and Staff ManagementIn conjunction with HR in the Faculty Office and in the College, develop and manage processes and systems to recruit, assign and monitor staffing and resources in a way that is compliant with current legislation as well as College requirements.Managing the co-ordination of all recruitment activities across the School including the staffing submissions and nominations processes and making strategic cases for additional and replacement posts. Manage a team of 9 administrative staff in the School, including their training development, probationary reviews, promotion, annual leave, and where necessary grievances and disciplinary matters.Establish, in line with College practice, administrative structures to support the Head of School in completing probation reviews, managing disciplinary procedures and managing all other HR-related activities.Ensure that all HR processes in the School are completed in a timely manner, that staff contracts are in order and payroll deadlines are met.Provide, or ensure the provision of, information on College HR policies and procedures to those working in the School, liaising with HR as necessary. 4. General Management and GovernanceLead in the planning and organisation of administrative services across the School ensuring support for the provision and continuity of high quality undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and research in an efficient and cost-effective way. Act as secretary to School committees (for example, School Executive Committee, School Committee, etc.) implementing actions arising from decisions at these Committees and ensuring the transfer of information across the School committee structures.Maintain management continuity within the School ensuring that there is an integrated and adequate administrative support service for the: o Head of School o Director of Teaching and Learning (Undergraduate) o Director of Teaching and Learning (Postgraduate) o Director of Research o Director of Global Relations.Be well informed on College policies and procedures and on legislative requirements such as health and safety, freedom of information, data retention etc. and provide information on such matters to the Head of School and relevant Directors. Take the lead in ensuring that the activities of the School of Education are consistent with all relevant General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requirements.Ensure clarity, coherence and interoperability in the administrative arrangements associated with academic programmes and other strategic areas in the school. This will include regular review of the School’s process mapping document.Provide the necessary administrative support to implement decisions of Council and Board.Provide support to the Head of School in the general management of the School’s physical facilities and equipment, including the allocation of rooms and other space; and overseeing maintenance of the School’s asset register.Manage the day-to-day operations of the School Office and its staff in liaison with other College services and structures.Act as local contact person for College communications in relation to COVID-19 issues and manage the School’s activities as part of plans for the resumption of activities on campus, including responsibility for maintaining and updating the School’s Return to Campus protocol.5. Academic AdministrationTake the lead on planning and organising administrative services which support the provision and continuity of high quality undergraduate and post graduate teaching and CPD/outreach activities in an efficient and cost-effective way.Ensure the School adheres to College regulations relating to student records, lecture and examination timetables, undergraduate and postgraduate admissions, student cases, student progression, grants, benefactions, appointment of external examiners, transfer to the PhD register, etc.Manage the administrative processes for evaluation and development of programmes offered by the School, including reviews and accreditation by professional bodies such as The Teaching Council of Ireland, and participation in College’s academic and administrative quality review programme.Collate and prepare annual reports for College, including FTSE and other course data. 6. CommunicationsAssist the Head of School in ensuring a strategic and cohesive communications strategy for the School, including effective operation of the School’s Strategic Communications Committee.Work with the Head of School and the School’s Communication Officer to ensure implementation of effective online and off-line communications activities. This includes overseeing the maintenance of the School’s web pages, its social media presence, the production of relevant promotional and other PR materials and following up on media queries. Overall responsibility for the production of materials for the College undergraduate and postgraduate prospectuses and the College Calendar.Ensure coherency, accuracy and the highest level of professionalism in the presentation of information on the School’s activities.Coordinate representation for the different programmes within the School at career fairs, open days, etc.Manage, in conjunction with the Head of School, external communications including maintaining the image of the School with external bodies and with the general public.7. Undertake other duties as may be required from time to time by the Head of School.Person RequirementsThe role-holder will require the following knowledge, experience, skills and attributes for successful performance in the role. QualificationsEssentialCandidates must be qualified to degree levelCandidate must hold a postgraduate qualification in a relevant area, e.g. business, management OR have substantial experience in comparable organisation.Desirable Qualification in human resources and/or people management. KnowledgeKnowledge of College administrative processes and systems including CMIS, SITS and FIS.Knowledge of dealing with external accreditation bodies would be an advantage.Knowledge of the higher educational sector would be an advantage. ExperienceA proven record of administrative experience at senior level, preferably in an academic environment, with three or more years’ experience.Excellent technical knowledge and experience in management.Proven experience of financial administration, including financial planning, budgeting and analysis.Strong background of people management, including selection, interviews and ability to motivate and guide others.Ability to liaise with disparate stakeholders, including internal College offices and support services and external partners, and ability to identify and articulate the needs of the School.Ability to work to tight deadlines, to multi-task and to manage different and conflicting demands.Evidence of ability to innovate and to find creative solutions to work challenges; to plan and to adapt to changing internal and external circumstances.Effective communicator with strong written communication skills, including demonstrated capacity to draft written reports commensurate with a senior management role in an organisation.Strong interpersonal skills.High levels of achievement motivation, consultative and team management skills, capacity to motivate others and appreciation of collegiality.SkillsOral Communication: convincing and confident when speaking to others; can explain complicated procedures well; comes across as welcoming and approachable in manner.Written Communication: produces documents, meeting minutes and emails which are clear, concise and free of grammatical and punctuation errors; accurate proof-reading skills; seeks information from other resources when uncertain; uses formatting effectively to highlight key information.Organisational Skills: keeps workplace functional; has information at fingertips; stores information in well-organised files; can keep track of multiple projects simultaneously.Interpersonal skills: ability to interface effectively with staff and students; fosters excellent working relationships; is known as someone who is helpful to others; knows when information is of a confidential nature and acts accordingly.Conscientious and deadline oriented: is accurate in all work, can handle multiple tasks simultaneously and ensures tasks are completed on time.Resourceful: can work under own imitative, knows where to find information/ help and can problem solve.Flexibility: can operate flexibly within a busy work environment, can shift focus when required; lends a hand beyond normal work hours when a need requires.Team worker: can operate effectively as part of a team. Is cordial, cooperative and willing to help others; shares work and information; establishes rapport with everyone.Analytical skills: can prioritise work effectively; can identify a problem and propose a solution.Digital skills: can work at a high level with standard office software packages.Motivated: displays a ‘can-do’ attitude and is committed to the School and College.
Commercial Property Business Partner
Morgan McKinley, Dublin, ie
Brilliant chance for a commercial property professional to take their career inhouse. In this role you will get the chance to acquire commercial development sites and property for a thriving business Commercial Property Business PartnerOutstanding opportunity for a commercial property professional to move into an in-house role in the Dublin Area. Working with an established property team within this company you will be responsible for identifying sites for acquisition with a view to commercial development. This is a real chance to move your career to the client side.In this role you will:Source & evaluate appropriate locations /property opportunities to facilitate expansion of the businessCarry out research on specific locations to see how feasible development might beDevelop a network of contacts to assist in the identification of opportunitiesWork with internal commercial analysts to model potential outcomes on development sitesNegotiate contracts with third parties to secure properties at the correct price and on the correct termsYou should apply for this role if you: Have experience as a commercial property agent (commercial retail experience is an advantage)Are commercial, analytical and a relationship builderHave a proven history of deal deliveryCan negitiate commercial contracts and commercial leasesAre looking for an alternative career path but still within the property sectorFor more information on this role, please contact Ronan McInerney in Morgan McKinley.Morgan McKinley is acting as an Employment Agency and references to pay rates are indicative.BY APPLYING FOR THIS ROLE YOU ARE AGREEING TO OUR TERMS OF SERVICE WHICH TOGETHER WITH OUR PRIVACY STATEMENT GOVERN YOUR USE OF MORGAN MCKINLEY SERVICES.
HR Business Partner
Cpl HR Recruitment have a wonderful opportunity for a Strategic Business Partner to join a software and technology solutions leader in a standalone capacity for Ireland. This fast-paced client is looking for a candidate who possess high leadership skills but who can collaborate with the wider business.Role responsibilities will include:· Work in close collaboration with business leaders· Responsible for leading organization and change enablement projects· Execute D and I strategies and actions· Provide employee coaching and guidance· Use metrics and insights for deeper HR analysis· Lead and facilitate leadership development programsRequirements for position:· 8-10 years progressive HR experience· Strong project management and organisational change experience· Demonstrated ability to build effective working relationships with a diverse client base · Experience working within multi-national companies· Degree or equivalent requiredIf you have the requirements and proven background experience for this position and would like to hear more, get in touch with your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org