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Senior Associate Human Resources

Company: Key People Limited
Location: Cambridge
Reference: 1611-128
Closing Date: 23 Sep 17
Type: Contract
Salary (£): Negotiable

Job Summary:

This role is responsible for the operational support and continuous development of HR policies and practices across the assigned client groups. The successful candidate will lead local HR programs ensuring their effective communication and employee engagement and lead and participate in both local and European projects. The role reports into the Human Resources Business Partner based in the UK.


Responsibilities include:
• Leads local HR processes such as orientation, employee policy meetings , flex benefits up-dates
• Implements international and local HR policies and procedures
• Manages day-to-day relationship with external suppliers/vendors
• Facilitates communication between individuals and departments/business units
• Manages personnel files, changes to contracts of employment and local correspondence
• Supports local hire and on-boarding paperwork
• Implements local processes and maintains them
• Reviews and analyses pay data to resolve or escalate discrepancies as appropriate
• Deals with auditor and inspection queries
• Continuously reviews and proposes improvements to local processes and ways of working

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Contact Information:

Address:  Head Office
Catherine House
Adelaide Street
St Albans
Tel:  Tel: 44 (0) 1727 811634
Fax:  Fax: 44 (0) 1727 844838
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