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Human resources jobs

As a HR recruiter, Tiger often has a wide variety of HR jobs in employers of choice across the West End and City of London. We recruit for the full range of human resources jobs, including assistants, advisors, managers and directors.

The HR function is an essential part of any business, responsible for ensuring that employees have all the tools to positively contribute to company goals. Therefore, a HR professional should have fantastic people, problem-solving and organisational skills. In some cases, a human resource management job will also involve the recruitment of staff and wider business strategy consulting.

HR Assistant Jobs

A HR assistant role is a great way to start your HR career. As an administrative professional, you will be a support to senior staff, helping with tasks such as welcoming new starters, contracts and employee lifecycle. A HR assistant job provides a great opportunity to develop strong HR and office skills. If involved in recruitment, you may be responsible for writing and posting job openings, gathering information on new applicants, contacting references and keeping candidates informed through the process.

 

HR Advisor Jobs

The next step up for a HR assistant is a HR advisor job. This role usually requires a CIPD qualification and provides the opportunity to build on your HR assistant skills through a wide range of projects. You will be expected to advise and support line managers on employment matters, such as employee engagement, new starters, reviews of benefits and salaries

You may also be required to review existing HR processes and procedures, making suggestions to improve efficiency of the HR function. As with any HR job, strong people management skills are a must.

HR Manager Jobs

In a small to medium-sized company, a HR manager may be the most senior human resources job, responsible for guiding and managing the entire HR function, inclusive of services, policies and programmes. This role usually involves overseeing recruitment and on-boarding, workforce planning, performance management and employee OHS and engagement, as well as the development of company policies and procedures.

In a larger company, a HR manager may report into a HR director and as such, the responsibilities may be shared, or divided differently. For example, larger workforce planning initiatives may fall under the remit of a HR director, but day-to-day engagement activities and initiatives could be the responsibility of a HR manager.

As the name suggests, a HR manager job can also include managing a team of support staff.

HR Director Jobs

The most senior position in a HR function is a HR director, otherwise known as chief people officer, chief HR officer or people director. These types of roles usually exist in larger organisations and are responsible for the overall development of company culture, as well as organisational procedure and recruitment.

A HR director will be part of the senior leadership team, usually reporting directly into the CEO. As such, they will take a strategic role in a business, leading the implementation of initiatives that are executed by the wider team. They will be required to ensure that HR policies and programmes align with wider organisational objectives, overseeing wider recruitment strategies, training and development and any financial requirements of the HR function. A HR director job will require high-level management of a diverse team, which could include HR managers, advisors, assistants and the wider support team.

How much does a HR manager earn?

The salary of a HR professional varies based on the level of responsibility and industry in which you are working. If you are starting out as a HR assistant, you can expect to have a starting salary of £25,000-£30,000. In financial services, this may rise to £40,000.

As a HR advisor, the salary rises to £35,000-£45,000 in professional services and creative industries, while in financial services, the higher bracket can be up to £55,000.

As your responsibilities increase and you take on a HR manager or director role, you can expect to command a salary of £50,000-£80,000 in professional services; £50,000-£100,000 in financial services, and £45,000-£80,000 in the creative industry.

Latest HR jobs

Please see our latest human resource jobs. To view more opportunities and expand your criteria, visit our job search page.

Part-Time HR Manager (3 days a week)

London (West End) SALARY: £30,000 - £40,000 PER: Annum TERM: Permanent

Part-time HR Manager (3 days a week) Central London Permanent Up to £40k (pro rata)*This role is currently on hold - please apply to register your interest* Tiger Recruitment is currently recruiting on behalf of a...

POSTED: 16 Jun 2020 JOB ID: IWPTHR21177

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