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Job Reference: G4S/US/4231
Number of Positions: 1
Job Category: Human Resources / Health and Safety
Contract Type: Full Time
Salary: £32,500
Location: Luton
G4S Region: UK & Ireland
Country:United Kingdom


G4S Business Unit:UK - Integrated Services
Closing Date: 05/12/2017
Package Description: 25 days annual leave, contributory pension, life assurance

Job Introduction:

We are actively recruiting for a Regional HR Advisor, ideally located around M1 / A1 area (Milton Keynes, Luton, St Albans).  This role will involve significant travel, predominately within East London.

G4S Facilities Management improves the lives of thousands of people across the UK, Ireland and the Channel Islands, by creating productive, safe and smooth working environments.  At G4S we are used to working in critical and secure environments. Our expertise in sectors such as defence, prisons, courts and hospitals is second to none. This expertise also reassures our clients in education, banking and utilities, where they welcome our extra vigilance when maintaining and operating their buildings.

G4S have been established for over 100 years, operate in 120 countries, globally and employ 640K people. The opportunities for development and growth within such a vast company are extraordinary.

Role Responsibility:

The Regional HR Advisor will provide a field-based HR advisory service to line managers requiring advice, support, guidance and training on people management issues in order to maximise the effectiveness of our human resource

The main roles & responsibilities include:

  • Provide guidance and practical expertise to line managers on policy-related issues to ensure the best performance of both their team as a whole and the individuals within it – this includes providing professional advice and support in disciplinaries, grievances, appeals and performance management issues.
  • Provide professional advice and support during any investigation process, for example, a complaint from an employee, in a timely manner
  • Provide professional advice and support to managers in long-term sick cases, including Occupational Health/Ill Health retirement.
  • Provide support to managers on site dealing with other issues such as home visits
  • Undertake employee consultation as part of TUPE/reorganisation, by providing support to managers in 1-2-1’s, data gathering and managing letter production
  • Provide education and coaching to line managers
  • Highlight issues with a strategic, legal or employee relations impact to the Relevant (S)HRBP
  • Support the (S)HRBP in the collation and analysis of HR information, including the monitoring of HR activity against key performance metrics, to ensure that HR is clearly ‘adding value’ to the business.  Identify any trends, take necessary action and feedback where appropriate
  • Ensure that the (S)HRBP and line managers are fully supported with issues around organisational change and development, such as reorganisation, mobilisation/de-mobilisation, acquisitions and disposals, including ensuring ‘due diligence’ and effective communication
  • Support Head of HR Bids, Mobilisations and Projects in work winning process and the (S)HRBP’s in the mobilization of contracts – for example, providing support at open days, supporting in the production of bid documentation, providing support to the mobilisation process often at short notice
  • Managing the formal (and informal) relationship with recognised trade unions and provide data where appropriate
  • Assist managers in dealing with completing the screening and vetting process including DBS issues and bad references
  • Provide recruitment support, including approval of vacancies, interview and vetting support to local management in regional area
  • Inputs to planning activities with horizons of typically up to 6 months e.g. workforce planning
  • Makes decisions within parameters set by manager, using job/specialist experience
  • Assist managers with organisation and management of recruitment processes and the application of a fair selection procedure

The Ideal Candidate:

The ideal candidate will be CIPD qualified or equivalent and have an understanding of all aspects of HR, including employee relations and recruitment and selection.  Working knowledge of one functional area through job experience and training is essential and the flexibility to travel within own geographical area of responsibility.

Previous business experience/HR management experience is essential, with previous stakeholder management and communication skills, and the ability to build and develop good quality professional relationships. 

Previous experience of FM industry and previous experience working with unions would be advantageous.


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