OVERALL ROLE OBJECTIVE :
The HR Manager will play a key role in a small, but expanding, HR team managing the day-to-day operational activities of the HR department.
Supporting the Director of Human Resources, the HR Manager will be responsible for all aspects of the employee lifecycle, including but not limited to :
resourcing and related immigration matters;
learning and development;
Partnering the business, the HR Manager will provide guidance to staff at all levels ensuring that the Company acts fairly, consistently, and in a legally compliant way.
The HR Manager will focus on technology to streamline and manage all HR related data, enabling appropriate information sharing, reducing administration, and significantly replacing manual processes with electronic solutions.
The HR Manager will work on broader HR projects, and will have line managerial responsibility for the HR & Recruitment Coordinator.
Working with the Director of Human Resources, the HR Manager will want to further the development of the members of the HR Team to ensure maximum business effectiveness as the company expands.
The HR Manager will join TC BioPharm Ltd (TCB), an established cancer immunotherapy company developing cell-based treatments for cancer and severe viral infections.
Based at their manufacturing facility in the central belt of Scotland, the successful candidate will report directly to the Director of Human Resources.
TCB is a fast growing, immunotherapy company developing cell-based treatments for cancer patients; moreover, our unique culture, values and working environment attracts, retains, and inspires people to give their best.
RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO :
Managing and delegating Line Manager and Staff enquiries related to Human Resources, ensuring legally compliant advice and guidance is given at all times;
Mentor and develop more junior members of the HR team, including having line management responsibility for the HR & Recruitment Coordinator;
Lead and continually improve the activities of the HR function;
Partner with hiring managers across the business to support them in making the best hiring decisions for the business;
Manage new joiner and leaver procedures with the support of the HR & Recruitment Coordinator, continually looking for ways to streamline and automate HR processes;
Take ownership of monthly payroll activities;
Lead on employee relations activities to manage business risk (escalating to the Director of Human Resources where appropriate);
Manage all relevant weekly, monthly, and annual HR processes ensuring they are completed accurately and efficiently;
Provide coaching to managers to improve capability and allow them to self-serve;
Roll out and manage a company-wide learning and development programme through the Company’s learning management system;
Maintain all HR management systems (manual and digital) to process HR transactional information;
Develop and run HR reporting activities, implementing HR dashboard reporting;
Manage payroll requirements throughout the Company;
Ensure policies and procedures are updated in line with UK employment legislation;
Ensure work is performed in accordance with the Company’s QA and Health and Safety policies;
Support the Director of Human Resources with the delivery of other key HR projects including ongoing organisation development, cultural transition / change or any other HR functional activities.
A degree in Human Resource Management / business related subject, or equivalent work experience
Ideally qualified to CIPD Level 7, however to CIPD Level 5 as a minimum, or be able to demonstrate equivalence through experience will also be considered.
The successful candidate will have the following skills / experience :
Significant operational experience in an HR Generalist position.
Strong knowledge of UK employment legislation.
Working knowledge of UK immigration legislation for employment purposes.
Knowledge of GDPR.
Experience of managing a varied workload in a fast-paced, high-volume work environment with the ability to prioritise work to meet deadlines.
Experience in either a stand-alone HR managerial role, a small business, or a start-up company would be advantageous.
Extensive knowledge of HR Systems (PeopleHR and TalentLMS would be highly advantageous).
Have a genuine interest in the life sciences industry.
Pays a high attention to detail.
Strong administration skills.
Have excellent team working and communication skills
Have excellent written / oral communication and interpersonal skills
Have excellent Microsoft Office skills
Thorough approach to work
Strong time management and organisational skills
If you are looking to work within a challenging, dynamic, and rewarding environment, then TCB represents an excellent career move.
This is an opportunity to be part of a growing, ambitious business where people development is critical to future success.
As we continue to expand, there will be career opportunities on a global scale.
TCB is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We welcome and encourage diversity in the workplace.
Together with a competitive salary, we offer a comprehensive range of benefits and an excellent working environment.
Office based, full-time role 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday 37.5 hour week.