Apollo Fire Detectors Ltd

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HR Advisor

Reference: NOV20217351
Expiry date: 09:19, 19 December 2021
Location: Havant
Salary: Competitive
Benefits: Employee Bonus Scheme, Share Incentive Scheme, Hybrid Working, Flexi-time, Training & Professional Development, Healthcare Incentives, Paid Parental Leave, Company Pension & Life Assurance

Here at Apollo, we make smart devices that keep people safe from fire every second of every day. We are proud of our reputation for being a leading global manufacturer in the market for high quality fire detection solutions.

We have an exciting opportunity for a talented and driven HR Advisor to join our team!

Your key areas of responsibility will be:

  • Liaise closely with the HR Business Partner, Director of Talent and Culture and your business area to support the HR People Strategy and initiatives that result from this.
  • Build and maintain trusted relationships with key leaders in each business area.
  • Working with line managers to support them with the management of the full employee life cycle. Including (but not limited to) the talent management processes (resourcing, succession planning, talent development reviews etc.), employee relations and performance management. 
  • Manage (and implement where necessary) HR policies and processes throughout the business, ensuring legislation compliance.
  • Building staff relationships, responding to any queries and issues raised in a timely manner, whilst managing their expectations.
  • Dealing with various HR, payroll, and pension queries consistently.
  • Actively support and promote effective internal and external communication via the Beekeeper tool, social media, and promotional campaigns
  • Be data driven - Manage & report on all function metrics, ensuring compliance and good linkage with other relative metrics

What you will need to succeed:

  • Sound experience in all HR generalist functions.
  • CIPD qualified.
  • Experience of working in a busy, customer focused manufacturing organisation.
  • The ability to work independently, to be self-driven and able to set and monitor own goals.
  • Able to lead and influence change.
  • Proactive in reaching out to others to drive change and implement actions.
  • Maintain and store sensitive and confidential employee information in a secure manner in compliance with the General Data Protection Regulations
  • Be curious, having the ability to question and challenge.
  • Strong communication skills.
  • Highly organised and effective prioritisation skills.
  • Positivity, determination and resilience.

If you are someone who demonstrates passion, curiosity, creativity, and an ambition to make a difference, then we'd love to hear from you!