(LF168) Recruitment / HR Officer

£30,000.00 Per Annum

Recruitment & HR Officer (London, Surrey or Remote)


Recruitment & HR Officer

This role can be based remotely or in our Clients London or Surrey offices.

Award winning Wealth planner, asset manager and employee benefits specialist.

Recruitment and selection
Manage relationships with candidates and recruitment agencies
Create job specs and launch roles internally and externally, managing all associated comms
Filter and shortlist CV’s
Conduct screening calls with candidates and manage and coordinate the interview process from start to finish, including the delivery of psychometric testing and practical assessments as part of the process
Manage the offer process through to signing of contract
Build our non-agency recruitment capabilities.
HR administration

Manage admin tasks associated with:
All employee lifecycle events: e.g. pre-starter admin, the induction process, performance management, contracts and contract variations, benefits and ad-hoc communications
HR data and database management
HR policies and procedures
Remuneration
Delivery of staff benefits
Training and development
Compliance and regulatory responsibilities
Staff engagement activities, including social events
Manage and respond to HR related enquiries from employees and partners

Liaise with other key teams where required e.g. accounts, compliance, central ops.

HR project work

Depending on the strengths and experience of the successful candidate, there will be an opportunity to get involved with HR project work in some or all of the following areas:

Awards & CSR
L&D
Pay & Reward
Performance Management
Diversity
Succession Planning
Values and Culture
Experience and Qualifications


The successful candidate will:

Have minimum 2 years’ experience in a relevant HR, recruitment or office administration role in a comparable organisations (experience within the independent sector of the financial services industry is an advantage but not essential)

Have experience of managing the end-to-end recruitment cycle, ideally working with recruiters and direct on platforms like LinkedIn and Indeed
Be highly IT literate, with experience of HR software and a good working knowledge of Microsoft Office
Have sufficient understanding of the needs of Financial Services teams and FCA rules and compliances in order to effectively carry out the role.
Competencies

We need someone who can:

  • Assist the Group HR Director in a proactive, productive and professional manner
  • Demonstrate sound professional judgement and a common-sense, solution-focused approach to problems
  • Demonstrate excellent attention to detail with high quality written and verbal communication skills, and a respect for confidentiality
  • Work proactively and independently, taking responsibility for the delivery of the duties described in this job description to agreed deadlines