Human Resources Officer

About the role

Are you an across-the-board HR generalist, with an independent outlook and a professional, approachable manner?

Our HR Officer provides a comprehensive HR service for this fast-paced agency, across the full employee lifecycle. You will provide proactive support and advice to our line managers, enabling them to get the most from their people.

We’re a growing business, so you’ll also have the chance to contribute to new and updated processes and change projects.

This is a generalist role, covering all aspects of the people function. You will have the chance to work across the full employment life cycle. There’s always something to get stuck into!

You’ll also be responsible for all of the day-to-day jobs that ensure smooth running of the HR department.

Note: This is a 12 month fixed term contract for maternity cover.

Scope of the role

This role covers all aspects of the HR function, including the following:

Recruitment and selection

  • Support our hiring managers in finding and hiring high calibre people
  • Lead the onboarding of new staff
  • Develop the employer brand, in collaboration with the marketing team

Performance, training and development.

  • Enable line managers to set and measure objectives across the team
  • Maintain the appraisal system and process
  • Help teams identify and organise training to develop their skills

Employee relations

  • Support line managers with advice and coaching to handle employee relations matters
  • Provide appropriate support with sensitive information and matters

HR Administration

  • Keep records
  • Maintain and update policies
  • Monitor and analyse data such as absence, turnover rates, H&S issues.

About you

We’re looking for a proactive and friendly HR all-rounder, who can self-start and work independently.

You will be a great communicator, and a professional and approachable member of the team.

You will be able demonstrate…


  • Experience in a HR generalist role at a similar level
  • Experience of recruiting, coaching, handling employee relations issues, and performance management processes
  • Excellent working knowledge of GDPR principles and how they affect your role.
  • Excellent, up to date, knowledge of employment law

And you’re an even better fit for us if you have...


  • CIPD qualification
  • Experience of organisational change projects (eg. restructuring)

Ready to apply?

Click the link to begin an online application. 


Competitive salary, matched to your experience

25 days annual leave

+ bank holidays, of course.

Pension with 3% contributions

Flexible Hours

Core office hours of 10am - 4pm.

Hybrid Working

Most of our people work 3 days at the office, 2 at home.

Modern Workspace

Spacious kitchen, pool table, showers... and great views.

Personalised Kit

The tools you need to do your job, plus the extras you need to work from home effectively. 

Learning & Development

Your own tailored development plan and the training courses you need to succeed. 

Health Perks

Free breakfast and fruit, free eye tests and 2 weeks paid sick leave.

Discount Perks

Highstreet discounts app, corporate travel and cycle to work scheme.

Free food!

Free breakfasts, fruit and tea and coffee.

Family Friendly

As well as our flexible hours and hybrid pattern, we offer enhanced maternity and paternity leave. 

Apply now

To apply for this role, click the button to begin the online application form.

You will need to upload a copy of your CV and a cover letter explaining what appeals about the role and why you are a good fit for us.

If you don't have those to hand, don't worry - you can save your progress and complete the form later. 

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