HR Manager

The HR Manager role is an exciting opportunity for a knowledgeable HR professional who is passionate about people. 

The HR Manager will be responsible for the day to day leadership of the HR team and will deal with a range of HR matters, including providing advice and guidance to the Jersey and Guernsey offices.

This is a position best suited to a professional, organised, enthusiastic and commercially minded person who enjoys the challenge of dealing with a wide range of tasks and projects. 

The candidate must understand the importance of confidentiality, perform tasks to a high standard and communicate well across all levels.

Strong HR knowledge and good leadership skills are required as well as the desire to manage and support the development of the HR team. 
Application Deadline
October 31st 2019
Human Resources
Contract Type
Full Time
Reporting To
Associate Director / Senior Manager

Key Responsibilities

   People Management
o Effective leadership and acting as a role model to more junior members of staff
o Day to day management of the HR Team including workload management, support and training
o Performance Management of HR Team including setting objectives and holding regular performance review meetings
   Human Resource Management
o Main point of contact for HR queries
o Provide advice and guidance
o Support Managers to effectively deal with HR matters 
o Provide training sessions on HR policy changes as required
o Absence management
o Preparation of sensitive letters / correspondence
o Oversight of the induction and leaver processes
o Update HR policies and procedures to include Guernsey office in line with changes to Employment law
o Annual Policy review
o Oversight and co-ordination of all HR correspondence and administration
o Liaison with recruiting Managers
o Building and maintaining relationships with recruitment agencies
o Review of CVs that are Manager level and above 
o Interview candidates and provide feedback
o Produce offer letters and contracts
o Liaison with Highland’s College re student placements
o Manage the monthly payroll process for Jersey and Guernsey
o Updating Payroll with all relevant updates to employee profiles, including back up
o Dealing with payroll queries
o Processing monthly IT IS report and payment
o Processing quarterly Social Security report and payment

Skills, Knowledge & Expertise

Technical Knowledge / Skills Required

·   Ability to write HR related letters, policies and procedures
·   Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions
·   Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of situations for which there may be little precedence
·   Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
·   Strong organisational and time management skills
·   Ability to work within a team to mentor, coach and carry out training 
·   High attention to detail and accuracy

Experience / Qualifications

·        Educated to at least ‘A’ level standard or equivalent
·        A CIPD qualification at Level 3 or above
·        Demonstrable experience in a supervisory HR position
·        People management experience is desirable


Langham Hall invests in people and developing them professionally.  We are extremely proud of our leadership-focused culture which fosters a dedicated, approachable and collaborative way of working.  We offer the opportunity to progress your career and support the study of professional qualifications.

About Langham Hall

Langham Hall’s success as a professional services firm depends on employing talented individuals.  We develop our people through the provision of quality leadership and training. We are proud of our culture and seek out people that believe in our values.

Langham Hall employees are dedicated to delivering a first-class service to clients. Management and staff identify early opportunities to play an active part in client meetings. This level of engagement ensures that we develop strong, lasting relationships with our clients and that Langham Hall staff feel engaged and challenged in their work.  

Our teams work in collaboration with all teams across the business as well as with our offices in other jurisdictions.

We invest in our people, providing support and encouragement in their professional growth and development. Staff receive intensive training and, where applicable, full exam tuition and study support.

Langham Hall has extremely low staff turnover with Managers' average tenure being over four years. This emphasises the loyalty and trust that Langham Hall has earned from its people through the promotion of a positive working culture.

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Application Deadline
October 31st 2019
Human Resources
Contract Type
Full Time
Reporting To
Associate Director / Senior Manager
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