intu put people at the heart of everything we do, so in return you will receive a competitive salary, pension, holidays starting from 29 days a year (including bank holidays), life and personal accident insurance, and an annual bonus.
37.5 hours per week Monday – Friday with flexibility to meet the operational opening ours of the centre.
Job Category/Type: Business Support, HR
intu own and operate some of the biggest and well known shopping and leisure destinations in the UK. We are passionate about our people and want to engage and develop our teams as much as possible. Our aim is to create a world class experience for our customers, retailers and colleagues and our centred based Human Resource teams are at the forefront of providing a consistent and effective service.
Reporting to the Business Support Manager the Business Support Assistant- HR will be responsible for supporting the delivery of accurate Human Resources reporting to the centres senior management team, heads of department, regional HRBP, HR administration, recruitment and payroll department. The role will also involve working alongside an HR Coordinator providing front line advice and support for a range of HR activities including recruitment, welfare, grievance, investigations, occupational health minute taking, work variations, absence and employment contracts. The role forms a key part of the wider Business support function which provides a pivotal function ensuring that the Centre remains efficient and consistent in the delivery of its services.
To be successful in this role it is expected that candidates will be a highly organised and articulate individual who has the upmost discretion in dealing with sensitive information at all times. On a day to day basis the role will involve the successful candidate to assist the HRBP and department managers with disciplinary, grievances and investigations, taking minutes and producing formal correspondence to outcomes of these meetings. The role also includes proactively working with recruiting managers at the centre and assisting them with advertising vacancies, sifting and shortlisting applications, interview scheduling, interviewing and group assessments. In addition the role will involve the preparation of new starter paper work, and leavers forms, inputting of absence notifications, checking and completion of payroll information and general HR administration.
To be considered for this position candidates will have excellent communication skills with the ability to speak confidently to a range of stake holder throughout the business. The post holder will also be able to prioritise workload to meet the demands of the business support team and be flexible and adaptable to the requirement of the business. They will also have a high degree of competence in Microsoft office applications including Word, Excel and mail marge.
It is anticipated that candidates will have significant experience working in a HR role, preferably holding a CIPD or working towards a CIPD qualfication.