As the HR Process Improvement Manager, the successful candidate will support a wide-ranging people procedure development project to review, refresh and simplify Koura People policies and procedures, create a new "one-stop shop" on-line portal for all People information & documents and to upskill Koura UK leaders in People management. This HR Process Improvement Manager role based at Thornton Science Park in Cheshire is a 12 Month contract. The role requires broad professional knowledge across all areas of Human Resource management, as well as practical experience of Human Resource development and change, including employee communications and training design / delivery.
Responsibilities of the HR Process Improvement Manager:
To be successful in this position as HR Process Improvement Manager it is essential to have an up to date knowledge of UK Human Resources legislation and best practice gained within a manufacturing or similar industry. The HR Process Improvement Manager will ideally have a Level 5 CIPD in Human Resources Management, or post graduate diploma or degree in business (or related subject). It would be preferable if the HR Process Improvement Manager candidate has at least 3 years' experience gained in an international manufacturing sector or similar industry, as well as up to date knowledge of change management principles, methods & tools including stakeholder analysis, change impact assessment, training needs analysis, employee communications etc.
Working for this market leading company as HR Process Improvement Manager means receiving a comprehensive benefits package alongside competitive salary. This includes 25 days holiday plus public holidays, up to 9% employer contribution to pension, private health care and discretionary bonus. Additionally, Koura operate a progression path that regularly sees their employees rewarded for their hard work and progressing internally within the company.
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