HR Manager

Posted 19 September 2022
Salary€58000 - €75000 per annum
Job type Permanent
DisciplineHR Leadership and Specialists
ContactClair Schindler

Job description

Religious organisation based in Wicklow, established over 90 years. This organisation offers health and residential care.

With 80 members of staff across a diverse workforce, this company seek to employ a Human Resources Manager for a 4-day week, on-site role, this company are seeking a permanent, part time HR Manager. The organisation is based in Kilteegan.

As the first permanent HR Manager to support the business, you will oversee the HR operations and be responsible for creating & implementing HR strategies & activities that are consistent with and connected to the overall aims and objectives of the organisation. The successful candidate will support and advise line managers on day-to-day HR issues, ensuring that HR is seen as a key support and partner in the achievement of the aims and objectives of the organisation.


  • Build relationships with senior stakeholders within the organisation, providing advice, guidance and support across the full HR life cycle.
  • Lead and manage recruitment and retention process and initiatives
  • Ensure the delivery of and advise on all aspects of the recruitment process
  • Develop and implement learning and development for all staff
  • Coordinate and support the development, implementation, and impact evaluation of Learning and Development (L&D) Programmes as part of the employee-life cycle and annual performance planning working with Line Managers and Staff.
  • Lead on the management of probation and performance reviews and management processes, providing advice to managers whilst ensuring adherence to employment law.
  • Management and ongoing review of all employment contracts
  • On-going review and update of employment policies and procedures
  • Management and control of all employee data in line with European GDPR requirements
  • Provide monthly reports to the Senior Leadership Team on HR KPIs
  • Ensure that the HR function adheres to strict compliance requirements
  • Provide advice on employment law as and when required
  • Provide ongoing mentoring and support to key management positions in relation to all areas of internal employee relations and employee engagement.
  • Work with external pension provider
  • Continuously look to identify areas of improvement within the HR function

The Person

  • The successful candidate will possess a third level qualification in a relevant discipline.
  • CIPD accreditation would be desirable.
  • A minimum of 5 years post qualification working in a progressive HR role, at least two of which should be in a management/ supervisory position.
  • Strong knowledge and experience of core HR processes including recruitment and selection, training and development, performance management, employee relations as well as contracts of employment
  • Commitment to delivering high standards with a positive, can-do approach.
  • Excellent knowledge of employment law, HR Policies and Processes.
  • Experience of dealing/ resolving ER/IR issues
  • Strategic approach coupled with forward planning, organisation and process improvement expertise
  • Strong team player with proven communication and relationship building ability.
  • Excellent organizational, planning, problem solving and reporting skills.
  • Effective HR administration skills
  • Strong competence in Microsoft Office suite and relevant HR systems

Annual Salary: up to €75,000 per annum; pro-rata for 4 day week up to €60,000 + Benefits

To discover more about this opportunity, apply now or contact Clair Schindler on 0862150442 for a confidential discussion.