Human Resources Advisor

Salary: £23,000 - £28,000
Ref: Camberley - T 9998

Do you have the following attributes, together with HR experience?

  • Good understanding of Employment Law
  • Autonomy to make decisions
  • Can give examples of various Employee Relations situation you have been involved in
  • Conducted or been part of Grievance and Disciplinary meetings

As HR Advisor you will be the first point of contact for Operations Team/Area Managers to provide advice and support on all employee relations issues.

You will help to ensure a fair and consistent approach to the company's policies and procedures, promoting a positive ER culture whilst minimising risk.


  • Undertake duties supporting the use of HR Information System including inputting changes onto system; sending out relevant contractual information; chasing queries with managers; liaising with payroll to resolve queries
  • Dealing with various queries from employee’s such as holiday entitlement, pay, contractual queries
  • Interpreting, assisting and advising employees on various matters in line with company procedures and policies, using the appropriate formal or informal company framework
  • Advising Regional and Area Managers on non-complex HR queries and escalating to the HR Manager as necessary
  • Responding to and putting through various queries from managers and employees, and from other agencies or departments
  • Provide administrative support to the HR team including word processing; distribution of information; organising and taking notes at Disciplinary meetings
  • Organising Disciplinary and Grievance meetings and when necessary attending and taking notes
  • Undertake administrative duties supporting various HR processes including maternity and paternity leave; probation procedure; other terms and conditions of employment
  • Undertake duties supporting the recruitment and selection function including chasing references; interview packs; contacting candidates and managers; and any other associated duties
  • Attend recruitment interviews as a panel member and fully contribute towards the selection of successful candidates


  • Good understanding of Employment Law
  • Excellent communication skills verbally and in writing
  • Have conducted or been part of grievance and disciplinary meetings
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