HR Generalist

Impulse Recruitment are currently recruiting for a HR Generalist for a large company based in D 22

This is a full-time permanent position with

  • 8 hours during core business hours (some flexibility in start & finish times)
  • Hybrid working arrangement. 3 days on site, 2 days remote ( is negotiable)

You will be a HR Generalist who is passionate about providing day-to-day operational best-in-class support across all facets of HR.

You will be the first point of contact for employees, enjoy a varied role with a positive and engaging approach. 

This role would suit a Senior HR Generalist or a HR Person who has a lot of experience within HR and also who is looking to move up within their career

Report to:HR & Compliance Manager
Responsible for:Ensure all role functions adhere to best practice and positive working environment 
Relationships with:All other departments throughout the Company and affiliated entities (as required)
  • Workforce planning & employment equality –Assist people managers to identify gaps in skillset, head count etc.
  • Ensure equal access to career growth opportunities through advertising internally and advising on upskilling.
  •   Employee engagement – Create employee engagement plans i.e. referral scheme / recognition / internal message board / surveys; initiating and manage activities.
  • Recruitment and Selection – Manage the recruitment process; create job descriptions, internal & external advertising, candidate screening, arranging interviews, hosting interviews, tracking recruitment process and maintaining talent pool via HRMS.
  •  Employee Life Cycle: – Onboarding: issue written offers of employment, contracts of terms and conditions, employee handbooks, job descriptions. Address any queries, reference checking, Payroll set up, arrange IT and mobile phone requirements. – Deliver HR & People section during Company Induction. – Co-ordinate probation reviews, annual assessments via HRMS and employee surveys – Offboarding: manage the process; return of company equipment, relevant documentation including exit interviews.
  •   Internal communication – Contribute to the Company brand and communications strategy. Drive engagement via HRMS.
  • Policies and procedures – Draft, update and / or rebrand HR policies, procedures and processes, ensuring compliance with relevant legislation and best practice. Advise on current legislation to support the Company and people managers.
  •  Employee relations – Advise, guide and assist with employee relations issues, including investigations, grievances, disciplinary hearings and other formal meetings.
  •  Personnel records – Proactively audit personnel files to ensure all required documentation & information is present and up to date (hard copies and HRMS).
  •  General administration – Ongoing simplification of HR processes and reports, roll out to managers to ensure consistent approach. – Collation and submission of monthly sickness / absence reports to ensure correct payments are processed. – Sending documentation to company doctor or health management, booking appointments etc. – Create POs as required for services / suppliers under HR remit. – Prepare monthly HR & People reports and metrics. • Payroll – Prepare, submit and approve all weekly & monthly payroll input including approved expenses, benefits. – Process new starts, leavers and absence deductions. Checking both the comparison and final payroll reports on a weekly and monthly basis for accuracy. Action all leavers and ensure they are awarded all monies owed. – Complete relevant documents i.e. salary certificates, mortgage applications forms, social welfare forms etc
  •  Show commitment to company values in all aspects of your role.
  • Understand the job description acts as a guide to the duties and responsibilities and is not exhaustive.

Other requirements

  • Relevant HR Management 3rd level qualification or a combination of relevant experience, education and training (minimum 3+ years’ demonstrable experience).
  • Previous payroll (wages, salaries, benefits) experience is required.
  • Well presented with excellent interpersonal and English communication skills (both written and verbal).
  • Strong organisational and administration skills, proactiveness, perseverance and ability to multi- and prioritise tasks.
  • Ability to research, evaluate, find solutions and make recommendations.
  • Approachable, professional, and able to work in a highly confidential, ever changing environment. • Continuous improvement approach towards work processes,
  • Established and knowledge of current Irish employment law.
  • First-rate use of initiative and drive within a semi stand-alone role.
  • High level of accuracy and attention to detail.
  • Ability and flexibility to perform all other job-related and ad-hoc duties as required.
Job Category: HR Generalist
Job Type: Full Time
Job Location: Clondalkin D 22

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