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HR Manager (Part Time approx 10hrs a week, flexible working)

Greater London

Greater London: Central London
Salary (Annual):
10 000 - 19 999
Salary Description:
We'd pay salary monthly. Exact amount to be agreed depending on time/expertise etc but we have budgeted around £800 a month.
Media New Media Creative
Working Pattern:
Part time
Date Posted:
Tuesday, 21st August 2012
Flexibility Offered:
Yes, Home working is possible (with one office visit per week); hours can be flexible
Job Ref:
Econsultancy - HR+Manager+%28Part+Time+approx+10hrs+a+week%2C+flexible+working%29


We are looking for a part time HR Manager to assist with the following HR tasks:
  • Offer letters and contracts
  • Setting up induction programme and pack
  • Maintaining staff handbook inc. updates
  • Starters and leavers forms - liasing with payroll and accounts
  • Point of contact for HR related queries
  • Maintainiing hard copy files and Dropbox (online)
  • Staff benefit queries
  • Liasing with other offices and local HR expertise where required (we have offices in New York, Sydney, Singapore) e.g. for local job contracts
  • Policy updates as required
  • Initiate staff reviews, circulate forms and collating write ups making sure each member of staff has their notes filed
  • Liaise with our parent company (Centaur) HR team where necessary for procedures like grievance, redundancy, compromise agreements if necessary
Econsultancy has around 40 people in our London office, 12 in our US office, and 3 in Singapore and Sydney.
We are a young, fast growing, media company doing research, training and events globally in the digital marketing and e-commerce sector. 
We'd expect the HR manager to spend around 10hrs a week on this. We'd expect the individual to come into the office once a week (offices are in Farringdon, London) which could be a short day (e.g. 4-5hrs) and then provide email support throughout the week with a few hours flexible each day. 
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