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HR Generalist

Employer
Manpower Ireland
Location
Dublin, Dublin North
Salary
EUR45000 - EUR50000 per annum
Closing date
27 Jun 2024

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Sector
HR
Job Type
Permanent
Hours
Full-time

Job Title: HR Generalist - Permanent

Salary: €50k DOE

Location: Dublin 15, This role is completely onsite and will require 1-2 days in a sister office in Dundalk

Our client, a rapidly growing supply chain company, is seeking a seasoned HR Generalist to join their dynamic team. This is a fantastic opportunity for a professional with extensive experience in human resources who is looking to take on a diverse and challenging role. As an HR Generalist, you will be responsible for managing HR policies, programs, protocols, and procedures, as well as recruiting and handling staffing requirements. You will also assist with performance management, employee orientation, development, and training programs, and foster strong relationships between employees and employers.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Administrative Expertise: Manage HR administrative tasks and responsibilities with exceptional attention to detail.
  • Communication Skills: Utilize excellent verbal and written communication skills to effectively interact with all levels of the organization.
  • Advanced Computer Skills: Proficient in data entry, data processing, and HR software.
  • Problem Solving: Demonstrate strong problem-solving skills and resourceful thinking.
  • Leadership: Provide leadership and coaching to employees, fostering a high-performance culture.
  • Empathy and Interpersonal Skills: Exhibit strong empathy and interpersonal skills to manage employee relations.
  • Documentation Practices: Adhere to Good Documentation Practice techniques.
  • Recruitment Planning: Develop and implement recruitment plans according to operational requirements.
  • Employee Onboarding: Create onboarding plans and educate newly hired employees on HR policies and procedures.
  • Record Maintenance: Maintain physical and digital files for employees' documents, benefits, and attendance records.
  • Employee Engagement: Develop employee engagement plans, secure necessary budget approvals, and initiate engagement activities.
  • CSR Initiatives: Collaborate with vendors, management, and employees to maintain Corporate Social Responsibility.
  • Performance Evaluation: Evaluate employee performance and manage appraisals.
  • Disciplinary Actions: Address disciplinary issues and employee grievances as needed.
  • Training Programs: Organize and provide relevant training programs for staff.


Skills and Qualifications:

  • Knowledge of administrative tasks and HR responsibilities
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Advanced computer skills, including HR software proficiency
  • Strong problem-solving skills and resourceful thinking
  • Leadership and coaching abilities
  • Strong empathy and interpersonal skills
  • Attention to detail and adherence to procedures and processes
  • Proven Good Documentation Practice techniques
  • A 3rd level qualification in HR or a related field is advantageous, but extensive experience will be considered

Why Join Us:
This is an exciting time to join our client as they experience significant growth. You will have the opportunity to make a real impact, driving initiatives and supporting a high-performance culture. If you are an experienced HR professional ready to take on new responsibilities and grow with the company, we want to hear from you.

For more information on this role, please attach your CV in word format via the link provided or for more information contact Megan Murray on: 01 6455231 or megan.murray@manpower.ie

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