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at ilke Homes

Our factory team works together to build high quality homes using the latest precision engineering technology. The team has backgrounds in all kinds of sectors, from fashion to cars, so our skills set is not at all limited to traditional construction.

what it’s like to work at ilke Homes

At ilke Homes we offer a collaborative culture, with our people at the heart of everything we do. In our fun and exciting working environment, we work together to deliver a product that meets the needs of modern living.

We offer excellent training and development programmes to grow our talent, as well as the opportunity to create and shape an innovative and dynamic business from every role of the organisation. We are also an above Living Wage employer and we are passionate about having a diverse team.

Additional benefits include:
  • Competitive salaries
  • Flexible working opportunities
  • Bonus scheme
  • Health insurance scheme
  • Company pension scheme
  • Paid sick leave
  • 25 days holiday plus bank holidays
  • Death in service

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Current Group Vacancies


HSE Manager

We have a fantastic and unique opportunity for an experienced Health, Safety and Environmental Leader to join the team. This role has responsibility for our manufacturing facility and is based at our site in Flaxby, North Yorkshire.

To be successful for this position, you will need proven, significant experience of operating at a senior level in all aspects of HSE.  is is an opportunity for you to make your mark.  You will develop productive relationships with a variety of stakeholders and be capable of influencing at all relevant levels of the organisation.  As our HSE Manager you have a pivotal role to play in the development and growth of our business which is focused on manufacturing on a right first-time basis utilising specialist equipment.

On our journey to becoming a world class manufacturer, this role is of paramount importance in ensuring the right systems and processes are in place as an integral part of the business.  You will be comfortable being the leader of safety on a site of over 400 colleagues and will take responsibility for the dissemination of modern health and safety practices throughout the business, increasing the momentum of behavioural safety awareness through a combination of training, effective communication and world class systems and processes.  You will have an ambition to have the business recognised as a leader in safety and will be eager to host other businesses on site to share the best practice you help create.

Determining the right measures of safety for the business, you will control your own set of KPIs and will work with other site leaders to ensure those agreed targets are met.  You will be an environmental champion who finds the idea of anything being buried in landfill offensive. You will design, implement and champion our approach to protecting the environment

The wellbeing of our colleagues is of paramount importance and you will work closely with our HR team to ensure the wellbeing of our team is considered, devising and implementing strategies that go beyond the typical access to help lines and stretch into the impact our activities have on our team’s overall wellbeing.
You believe safety is driven by behaviour and that behavioural safety is key to a safe workplace. You will embed behavioural safety in the organisation and ensure all colleagues understand the link between behaviour and a safe workplace.

Primary Responsibilities:
• Define, implement and lead the HSE strategy.
• Provide expertise and direction in relation to H&S during various processes including manufacturing, site developments and installations.
• Leader on behavioural safety across the business to establish a positive health and safety culture
• Ensure compliance with all relevant H&S regulations and legal responsibilities
• Professional representative of the Company to external agencies
• Provide a professional supporting service in relation to incident investigation and rectification of non-compliance reported
• Define, monitor, support, implement and enforce health and safety policy, procedures, processes and systems across the business;
• Assisting the Business with their pre-planning activities and working up of site specific Health & Safety Plans
• Assisting the Business with initial subcontractor prequalification and then subsequent assessment and monitoring of site specific SSoW and associated RAMS
• Produce monthly health and safety performance reports
• Carry out dynamic work place inspections, providing corrective advice & guidance where necessary;
• Carry our accident investigations and root cause analysis;
• Monitor and report on our specialist subcontractor’s Health and Safety compliance.
• Liaise with all areas of the business to drive an environmental agenda that minimises waste and supports our Better way sustainability strategy.
Personal Specifications:
Qualifications & Training:
• Educated to degree level or equivalent in Health and Safety
• NEBOSH Qualified with Chartered Membership (CMIOSH) preferred
Experience:
• Experience of leading Health and Safety in a construction business advantageous
• Experience of working in a manufacturing environment is advantageous
• Safety leadership including assuring compliance to statutory requirements and liaison with governing bodies
• Detailed knowledge of UK Health and Safety and CDM regulations
• Experience of working with ISO18001/14001/9001
Qualities & Attitude:
• Highly Customer focused
• Self-motivated and dynamic
• Integrity to do the right thing, speaks up
• People and behaviour centred leader
• Articulate in both written and verbal communication

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Architectural Design Technician

We have a fantastic opportunity for an experienced Architectural Design Technician, proficient in Autodesk Revit. This role is based at our site in Flaxby, North Yorkshire.

Working as part a factory based product development team, the Architectural Design Technician will perform a variety of design and drafting activities, including preparing and updating the product 3D models, preparing general assembly and co-ordinated drawings in an appropriate 2D format, maintaining part and component hierarchies, to maximise the flexibility of the design and to deal effectively with the increasing requirement for product variety and variations.
The Architectural Design Technician will be responsible for interpreting the requirements of the customer and the architectural designers to ensure that the products, components and parts designed meet these requirements and comply with appropriate building codes, regulations and other relevant compliance standards.   The Design team plays a pivotal role in driving and controlling the Engineering Change Request system, as the product design evolves, maintaining the physical and digital records of both the base designs, the variants and the ‘as built’ records.
Primary Responsibilities:
• Under the guidance of the Design Manager and Product and Marketing Director, liaise with internal and external customers, end users, statutory bodies and design consultants to ensure smooth delivery of the project through all stages of design.
• Assist on all stages of the new product design process to control and interrogate the activities of external design consultants and internal design team members.
• Providing expert technical advice, maintaining consistent link to the end users, clients and statutory bodies.
• Identify and manage risks identifying design solutions to eliminate, reduce or control risks during the construction and final operation of the building
• Liaise with internal and external clients, end users, statutory bodies and design consultants to ensure smooth delivery of the project through all stages of design.
• Participate actively design team meetings.
• Comply with the processes stipulated under the companies BOPAS and other Quality Assurance Processes, liaising with all relevant bodies as required.
• Work with internal and external designers to discharge any conditions or approvals.
• Provide information and support to achieve/maintain BOPAS or other accreditation scheme compliance:
• Work with a variety of specialist consultants including but not limited to:
– Structural Engineers
– Acoustician
– SAP Assessors
– Mechanical Designers
– Electrical Designers
  – Architects
• Ensure that projects are delivered in accordance with ilke Homes BIM Protocols
• To work in a safe and sensible manner within the boundaries of the Company Health and Safety Policy and any additional site restrictions.

Person Specification:

 

Qualifications & Training:
•A good degree in an architecture, engineering or science based discipline
• English and Maths pass at GCSE / ‘O’ Level

 

Experience:
•Experience in offsite product manufacture with specific knowledge of new product design development.
• Working knowledge of CDM 2015 Regulations.
• Knowledge of Building Regulations and BOPAS accreditation scheme.
• Full working knowledge of Autodesk design tools including Revit, Vault and AutoCad.
• Experience within Offsite and Modern Methods of Construction.

 

Qualities & Attitude:
• Positive, self-motivated and able to work effectively without close supervision
• Excellent communications skills, oral, written and using PowerPoint or similar
• With the ability to work as part of a multi-functional team, respecting alternative professional skills and opinions
• Skilled in the use of IT equipment and common office products such as the Microsoft Office suite and email.

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M&E Design Engineer

We have a fantastic opportunity for an experienced Design Engineer with a mechanical bias looking for a new and exciting challenge. This role is based at our site in Flaxby, North Yorkshire.

Working as part a factory based technical team, under the leadership of the Technical Director, the Design Engineer will perform a variety of design and drafting activities, including preparing and updating the product 3D models, preparing assembly and manufacturing drawings in an appropriate 2D format, maintaining part and component hierarchies, to maximise the flexibility of the design and to deal effectively with the increasing requirement for product variety and variations.
The Design Engineer will be responsible for interpreting the requirements of the customer and the architectural designers to ensure that the products, components and parts designed meet these requirements and comply with appropriate building codes, regulations and other relevant compliance standards.
The Design team will also play a pivotal role in driving and controlling the Engineering Change Request system, as the product design evolves, maintaining the physical and digital records of both the base designs, the variants and the ‘as built’ records.
Primary Responsibilities:
• Under the guidance of the Design Manager and Technical Director, liaise with internal and external customers, end users, statutory bodies and design consultants to ensure smooth delivery of the project through all stages of design.
• Assist on all stages of the new product design process to control and interrogate the activities of external design consultants and internal design team members.
• Providing expert technical advice, maintaining consistent link to the end users, clients and statutory bodies.
• Identify and manage risks identifying design solutions to eliminate, reduce or control risks during the construction and final operation of the building
• Liaise with internal and external clients, end users, statutory bodies and design consultants to ensure smooth delivery of the project through all stages of design.
• Participate actively design team meetings.
• Comply with the processes stipulated under the companies BOPAS and other Quality Assurance Processes, liaising with all relevant bodies as required.
• Work with internal and external designers to discharge any conditions or approvals.
• Provide information and support to achieve/maintain BOPAS or other accreditation scheme compliance.
• Work with a variety of specialist consultants including but not limited to:
– Structural Engineers.
– Acoustician
– Carbon Consultants.
– BREEAM Assessors
– Mechanical Designers
– Electrical Designers
– Architects
• Ensure that projects are delivered in accordance with ilke Homes BIM Protocols
• To work in a safe and sensible manner within the boundaries of the Company Health and Safety Policy and any additional site restrictions.
Personal Specifications:
Qualifications & Training:
• A good degree in an engineering or science based discipline
• English and Maths pass at GCSE / ‘O’ Level
Experience
• Experience in offsite product manufacture with specific knowledge of new product design development.
• Working knowledge of CDM 2015 Regulations.
• Knowledge of Building Regulations and BOPAS accreditation scheme.
• Full working knowledge of Autodesk design tools including Inventor, Revit, Vault and AutoCad.
• Experience within Offsite and Modern Methods of Construction.
Qualities & Attitude:
• Positive, self-motivated and able to work effectively without close supervision
• Excellent communications skills, oral, written and using PowerPoint or similar
• With the ability to work as part of a multi-functional team, respecting alternative professional skills and opinions
• Skilled in the use of IT equipment and common office products such as the Microsoft Office suite and email

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DfMA Design Engineer

We have a fantastic opportunity for an experienced Design Engineer, ideally with residential construction experience. This role is based at our site in Flaxby, North Yorkshire.

Working as part a factory based technical team, the Design Engineer will perform a variety of design and drafting activities, including preparing and updating the product 3D models, preparing assembly and manufacturing drawings in an appropriate 2D format, maintaining part and component hierarchies, to maximise the flexibility of the design and to deal effectively with the increasing requirement for product variety and variations.
You will be responsible ensuring the requirements of the concept design and co-ordinated Revit model are met and that the products, components and parts designed in the manufacturing design model and drawings meet the design requirements and are understood by the production team to enable efficient manufacturing and assembly.
The Design team play a pivotal role in driving and controlling the Engineering Change Request system, as the product design evolves, maintaining the physical and digital records of both the base designs, the variants and the ‘as built’ records.
Primary Responsibilities:
• Under the guidance of the Design Team Lead and Operations Director, liaise with internal and external customers, statutory bodies and design consultants to ensure smooth delivery of the project through the final stages of design and manufacture.
• Assist on final stages of the new product design process to control and interrogate the activities of external design consultants and internal design team members.
• Providing expert technical advice, maintaining consistent link to the factory teams, end users, clients and statutory bodies.
• Identify and manage risks identifying design solutions to eliminate, reduce or control risks during the construction and final operation of the building.
• Participate actively design team meetings.
• Comply with the processes stipulated under the company’s Quality Assurance Processes, liaising with all relevant bodies as required.
• Work with internal and external designers to discharge any conditions or approvals.
• Provide information and support to achieve/maintain NHBC, BOPAS or other accreditation scheme compliance.
• Ensure that projects are delivered in accordance with ilke Homes BIM Protocols
• To work in a safe and sensible manner within the boundaries of the Company Health and Safety Policy and any additional site restrictions.
Personal Specifications:
Qualifications & Training:
• A good degree in an engineering or science-based discipline
• English and Maths pass at GCSE / ‘O’ Level
Experience
• Experience in domestic building services (mechanical and electrical)
• Preferable experience in offsite product manufacture with specific knowledge of new product design development.
• Knowledge of Building Regulations, including Part P.
• Working knowledge of CDM 2015 Regulations.
• Full working knowledge of Autodesk design tools including Inventor, Revit, Vault and AutoCad.
• Experience within Offsite and Modern Methods of Construction.
Qualities:
• Positive, self-motivated and able to work effectively without close supervision
• Excellent communications skills, oral, written and using PowerPoint or similar
• With the ability to work as part of a multi-functional team, respecting alternative professional skills and opinions
• Skilled in the use of IT equipment and common office products such as the Microsoft Office suite and email.

Business Development Officer

We have two fantastic opportunities for enthusiastic and motivated Business Development Officers to join on a permanent basis and lead the creation and development of a business pipeline. One role is based at our factory in Flaxby, North Yorkshire and the other at our office in London.

The successful candidates will have the opportunity to make a positive contribution to this growing and progressive organisation and both advise on and put in place the necessary procedures and practices that will equip them for the next stages of growth.
The role requires the ability to think and plan your workload strategically, think on your feet and deliver to agreed timelines. Individuals must have a communication style and gravitas that allows them to support the Business Development team in a constructive way.
The position is ideal for anyone wanting to take the next step; specifically, as the significant growth planned for the business will mean that there are plenty of opportunities to develop into a more senior position, should the candidate be interested in career progression.
Primary Responsibilities:
• Create and manage a bid library including boiler plate responses, company information, case studies, CV’s, insurance documents and general material for use in framework tenders.
• Draft bid and framework submissions.
• Create information packs on new clients ahead of any BDM interactions.
• Identify potential clients, and the decision makers within their organisation.
• Support the planning of approaches and pitches by working with the team to develop proposals that speak to the client’s needs, concerns and objectives.
• Help enhance existing relationships by working with internal technical staff and other colleagues to answer customer questions.
• Liaise with client’s assistants and teams to co-ordinate factory workshops, visits and meetings.
• Manage the CRM records for the South region supporting Business Development Managers to close deals to meet targets.
• Create weekly progress reports and ensure BDMs accurately enter and manage data within the company’s CRM system.
• Ad hoc support to the Heads of Business Development.

Personal Specifications:

 

Qualifications & Training:
• Educated to degree level preferable in housing/construction related field.

 

Experience:
• Understanding of the construction industry with 1-3 years of experience supporting larger scale projects (£1m+).
• Proven track record of delivering outputs on time and within budget.
• Understanding of pipeline management.
• Experience working with bid teams and ability to prioritise workload.
• Some experience working within affordable housing would be beneficial.

 

Qualities & Attitude:
• Strong communicator with the ability to create and build effective relationships with all levels of the business.
• You will be a robust individual with a ‘can-do’, positive, attitude.
• Flexible approach and not phased when deadlines and tasks change.
• Technically minded with excellent attention to detail.
• A team player but able to work well autonomously.

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Customer Care Assistant

We have a fantastic opportunity for an experienced Customer Care Assistant to join our growing team. This role is based at our office in Flaxby, North Yorkshire.

You will raise works orders with our network of contractors to attend to any issues that arise. It is imperative that you keep accurate data for this so that we can capture information to ensure our sub contract teams are meeting KPIs.

Candidates should possess a friendly demeanour, an energetic and motivated work ethic, and the ability to work well within a team environment. There will be nationwide travel involved so you must be available to undertake this.

This role will also provide support to the Head of Delivery and Installation and the wider construction team.

 

Primary Responsibilities:

• Field incoming calls, chats and emails in a timely manner
• Provide accurate information and solutions to customer queries
• Collaborate with immediate team, as well as other teams and departments within our company, to ensure overall customer satisfaction
• Ensuring that any defect works are logged correctly and works ticket is raised and sent to sub-contractor.
• Maintaining paperwork and spreadsheets accurately.
• Attending sites to perform handover of the properties to our clients.
• Collating and preparing handover documentation.
• Follow company communication policies, procedures, and guidelines at all times
• Additional Ad Hoc Administration Support to the wider team including purchase order management, supplier liaison and general administration dutiesPersonal Specifications:
Person Specifications:
Qualifications & Training:
• Preferably educated to A level standard this must include English and Maths
• Excellent interpersonal communication skills, both verbal and written.
Experience:
• Construction Experience
• Experience of House Building would be an advantage
• Experience of aftercare and defect management
• Customer Service experience is a must
• Good working knowledge of MS Office.
Qualities & Attitude:
• Must be computer literate and be able to use excel, power point, word, project,
•  Driving licence and willing to travel
• Friendly, compassionate personality
• Ability to organise and Multi task
• Time management skills
• Ability to interact and communicate with many different types of people, both externally with customers, and internally with company team members and departments
• Fantastic phone skills plus active listening skills.

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Quantity Surveyor

As we continue to grow our team, we have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Quantity Surveyor to join our team. This role is based at our site in Flaxby, North Yorkshire.

Reporting to the Commercial Manager, an opportunity exists for a Quantity Surveyor to manage the surveying duties associated with the demand and delivery side of the business, with specific emphasis on budget control and reporting. The role holder will ensure that all projects are delivered in line with company policies, procedures, and guidelines.
ilke Homes are currently still a start-up business and the role will evolve as the business develops. Therefore, it is essential that the role holder must be adaptable to change.
Primary Responsibilities:
Head Contract Administration
• Ensure that scope, notices, terms and conditions are implemented and communicated appropriately
• Implement the contract procedures, payments, variations / change management process together with contract entitlements.
Strategy
• Support the Commercial Manager to develop the demand / delivery side of the business and assist with the preparation of business plans / updates as required.
Estimate
• To liaise with the Cost Estimating Director to ensure the accuracy of all estimates
• Ensure the estimate data forms the basis for reporting
Procurement
• Ensuring all tendered work complies with Ilke Homes Procurement policies
• Responsible for issuing tender documents, subsequent examination and preparing a detailed tender analysis and recommendation for each area tendered by subcontractor and supplier
• Ensuring timely placement of sub-contractor contracts following an adequate tender programme and ensuring all relevant information is available at tender issue.
• Responsible for subcontractor/supplier appointments and for inspecting/approving individual third parties’ insurance indemnities, Inland Revenue tax certificates etc.
Risk and Opportunity Management
• Implement the risk management procedures for the project and ensure this is cascaded to all project levels to include trades contracts and suppliers
Design Change Management
• Implement the Change Management philosophy in accordance with the Project Strategy to include, design change, scope variation, instruction and programme change
Trade Contractor & Consultant Administration
• Manage the monthly valuations and payments, the issuing of contract instructions, contra charges and formal notices, the reporting of the management accounts and financial management procedure, the monitoring procedure for disputes and litigation management and the closure and conclusion of the final accounts
Cost Reporting
• Produce accurate reports for monthly review meetings.
• Carry out the Cost Value Reconciliation reporting and monitoring – providing accurate end life forecasting.
Teamwork & Working relationships
• Build and maintaining strong working relationships with Project, Technical and Construction teams.
• Build a strong working relationship with ilke Homes factory / offices in Flaxby.
Management
• As the workload increases, undertake line management responsibilities for any direct report staff ensuring each is effectively managed, have had a current performance review and learning plan, and can carry out duties as assigned to them.
Records and Archives
• Ensure the maintenance of records including diaries, letters, e mails, notices, drawings site records, and computer data
• Ensure the maintenance of records for archived materials
Personal Specifications:
Qualifications & Training:
• Educated to a HNC or degree level
• Likely to hold a relevant professional qualification (MRICS highly desirable)
Experience:
• A proven track record of delivery as a Quantity Surveyor within an established residential developer with a detailed understanding of building regulations and thorough understanding of technical detailing and the tendering process.
• Been involved in a start-up or similar environment where processes, procedures, governance and teams are not fully established would be desirable.
• Experience in the use of Modern Methods of Construction would be desirable
• Background with major contractor, house builder or specialist contractor who have a reputation for delivering high quality homes in the UK.
Qualities & Attitude:
• Financial acumen
• Good communication skills
• Good people management skills
• Able to deal with ambiguity
• Flexibility
• Strong negotiating skills
• Customer focussed and the ability to manage conflict
• Organised with the ability to problem solving
• Driven by results
• Motivational

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Quality Engineer

We have a fantastic opportunity for an experienced Quality Engineer looking for a new and exciting challenge. This role is based at our site in Flaxby, North Yorkshire.

The quality engineer has a varied role, from overseeing everyday factory floor activities in order to train operators, to acting as a liaison between suppliers or customers. The engineer will define the methods and equipment used to measure a process’s key quality characteristics.  The engineer will also attempt to improve the standard of the process, using information collected from the operations and then applying problem-solving techniques. The role is also responsible for training the production workers in updated work procedures and productions.
The Quality Engineer will influence, coach and mentor the operations team to ensure an on time and to standard product. The Quality Engineer interfaces across the supply chain from suppliers to customers, and is accountable for delivering the systems for assuring product is produced and delivered to standards, driving increased levels of business performance and customer satisfaction. The Quality Engineer will be responsible for all Quality functions within the plant from supplier to consumer customer satisfaction.  Demonstrating a passion and enthusiasm for product and process quality, the Quality Engineer will drive quality compliance and quality improvement.
Primary Responsibilities:
• Create and maintain the Quality System to ensure compliance to standards, defining the appropriate quality approach and organisation
• Coach, inspire and engage employees for growth and high performance to produce the highest level of quality
• Assure the quality organisation is effective in supporting the operation in the drive for on time and to standard product.
• Represent the voice of the customer on-site and keeping the welfare of the customer at the highest level of consciousness, maintaining Customer complaint process to resolve issues and improve build quality
• Act with responsibility, authority and obligation to hold the factory accountable to quality requirements and verify requirements are being met
• Carry out internal & External audits to maintain certification (initially BOPAS and others as directed in 2018: NHBC, ISO-9000)
• Lead the resolution of any non-conformities and continuous improvement activities
• Liaison with planning and purchasing teams to participate in supplier selection, audits and performance monitoring to:
– define Incoming Inspection processes and ensure compliant inspection and acceptance
• Liaison with engineering teams to:
– define inspection requirements for critical parts, based on drawings, specs and critical characteristics
– define sample size, equipment and accept and release criteria
– perform disposition of rejected material and create supplier non-conformance complaints
• Participate in Advanced Quality Planning (APQP) development, including risk-assessment, Standard work and Process Control Plans (PCP) including inspections
• Assure Quality readiness at launch of new product, process or construction methods
• Define and assure inspection checks for each element through product assembly sign-off to assure the standard work to the design is being met
– Key processes to include:
   Document control; to assure the latest versions of documents are used
   Change control of product & process Engineering Change Requests (ECR’s) and Permits, participating in risk-assessments as required
   Non-conformance Report (NCR) tracking & closure verification
   Calibration process
– Part and product Traceability:
   Of in-process inspection checks
   Of critical parts from incoming, through module assembly through Homeowner warranty
• Quality metric reporting and continuous improvement processes to monitor key quality metrics and share with plant and headquarters as needed to drive improvement.
Personal Specifications:
Qualifications & Training:
• Business, engineering or technical degree
• Presentation / Training skills
• Preferred skills include: ISO and auditing experience, knowledge of quality planning tools including Risk Assessments (like Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) or similar), Process Control Plan (PCP), Problem solving skills, Six sigma or statistical process control techniques and lean manufacturing philosophies
Experience:
• Minimum of 3 years quality engineering
• Experience in construction, manufacturing or engineering environment
• Auditing to standards (ISO 9000 or similar)
Qualities & Attitude:
• Highly Customer focused
• Passion for Quality
• Integrity to do the right thing, speaks up
• Utilises all the Quality Tools
• Enthusiastic, positive, inspiring
• Takes ownership/accountable
• Proactive, engaged, hands-on
• Excellent communicator/collaborator
• Leads by example
• Makes data driven decisions
• Thorough & professional
• Team player

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HR Advisor

We have a fantastic opportunity for an experienced HR Advisor looking for a new and exciting challenge. This role is based at our site in Flaxby, North Yorkshire.

Working closely with the HR Manager, the HR Advisor will provide HR support on all aspects of operational and transactional HR to the team in our Flaxby site.  The HR Advisor will establish and maintain influential relationships with relevant stakeholders, ensuring an excellent quality and coverage of HR support at all times.
The HR Advisor will be the primary point of contact for all HR issues to ensure a proactive HR service.
Primary Responsibilities:
• Leading the delivery of the company recruitment strategy for teams based in the Knaresborough site, advising managers and driving an end to end process.
• Supporting the Company’s talent management plan in the Flaxby site.
• Collaborate with the wider HR team to ensure compliance with the Company’s probation and appraisal systems.
• Ownership for all core ER processes in the Flaxby site, supporting and coaching managers at every level in core procedures including disciplinary, grievance and absence.
• Act as the main point of contact for all new starters joining the business.
• Deliver the Company induction for new starters and exit interviews for any leavers.
• Provide advice and guidance to employees on HR related issues.
• Analysis of HR metrics with key stakeholders to ensure compliance and improvement
• Working with managers to lead and support on performance management processes.
• Supporting the leadership team to drive employee engagement and well-being through initiative schemes, Occupational Health and health and benefit programmes.
Personal Specifications:
Qualifications & Training:
• CIPD Qualified or degree qualified
• At least 3 years HR Generalist experience
Experience
• Wealth of experience in a fast paced, changeable environment
• Proven experience in a manufacturing, construction or engineering environment is advantageous
• Significant experience as a HR Generalist
• Experience in change management processes
• Experience of recruiting at all levels of an organisation
• Strong ER knowledge and skills
Qualities & Attitude:
• Strong communicator
• Positive can-do attitude
• Keen eye for details
• Ability to manage own projects as well as working collaboratively with others
• Excellent IT skills
• Ability to work in a fast paced, evolving business

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