Published
July 23, 2021
Location
Gibraltar, Gibraltar
Job Type

Description

The Role:

Support the Head of HR and the HR Team Leader with HR responsibilities and activities of the company. Focus on the day to day functions and tasks of the HR department. Provide expert professional advice and support to Managers and staff on all aspects of HR.

Key Duties:

• Assist with all internal and external HR related matters
• Participate in developing company guidelines and procedures
• Recommend strategies to motivate employees
• Manage all HR matters across the company from talent acquisition, recruitment to onboarding, performance reviews, employee relations, regulatory compliance, training and development, wage reviews, investigations, grievances, disciplinaries and terminations
• Schedule and participate in meetings, interviews and HR events
• Advise/liaise with the Payroll Team regarding employee’s pay
• Advise/liaise with Managers on employee matters and status
• Liaise with pertinent authorities relating to employment
• Process/update applications of detached worker permits
• Maintain employee records
• Correspond with employees regarding employment issues
• Assist with employee development plans and performance management
• Coordinate and perform Inductions, Training and Exit Interviews
• Manage the company’s HRIS database
• Produce and submit reports on general HR activity
• Keep up to date with the latest HR trends and best practices
• Liaise with HR Team Leader and Head of HR on employment issues and act accordingly
• Assist with the day-today-day efficient operation of the HR department
• Attend Disciplinary Hearings
• Maintain employee confidence and protection of operations by keeping HR information strictly confidential
• Maintain quality service by following company standards
• Maintain personal development by attending HR related forums, workshops and courses
• Attend Court Hearings when necessary

Technical Skills and Knowledge:

• Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources or CIPD level 3 or above (essential)
• 2 years of experience as a HR Administrator or Generalist (essential)
• In-depth knowledge of employment law, HR functions, best practices and policies
• Knowledge of HRIS databases (desirable)
• Conceptual thinker with fantastic organisational and conflict management skills
• Efficient HR administration and people management skills
• Experience in conflict resolution, disciplinary processes and workplace investigations (preferred)
• Outstanding analytical and communication skills
• Excellent record keeping skills
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Superb IT literacy with capability in email, MS Office and related HR software
• Strong decision-making and problem-solving skills
• Meticulous attention to detail
• Excellent interpersonal and reporting skills
• Flexible approach to work
• Excellent time management skills to be able to meet deadlines
• Knowledge and high standard of presentation of work
• Ability to multitask and adapt in a fast-paced environment
• Ability to work as part of a team within the organisation
• Ability to work under pressure without losing composure
• Ability to work on own initiative without any supervision
• Must be decisive and able to take immediate action when necessary
• Fluency in English both written and oral (essential)
• Fluency in Spanish, both written and oral (preferred)