The HR Administrator has a role combining the roles of HR and Administration and is responsible for delivering a complete administrative service to the rest of the team.
You’ll be responsible for all of the information relevant to HR including record keeping and reporting and making sure that everything you do is carried out to a consistently high standard.
This means that you will provide a supporting role to a team of specialists and freeing them up to spend as much time as possible on high value activities; so, the role of HR Administrator is therefore extremely important.
As the HR Business Partner for your food company you’ll work closely with the senior managers to make sure that all of the HR systems and processes properly support strategic business aims.
This means that you’ll be fully aware of all aspects of the business and the environment in which it operates, in order to be an effective strategic advisor to the senior management and to help them achieve their objectives.
As well as providing advice you’ll share in the responsibility for improved business performance and make sure that the delivery of all HR services is excellent at all times.
You’ll be responsible for co-ordinating, leading and managing your company’s HR operations.
You’ll also develop all of the personnel policies and procedures for your company and make sure that these are implemented consistently across the organisation.
As HR Manager you’ll also have to keep yourself on top of legislation and how it could affect your company, and advise senior management accordingly.
As the Learning and Development Co-ordinator working in a food manufacturing environment you’ll be responsible for ensuring that everyone in the company from top level to factory floor is encouraged to make themselves as useful to the business as possible through learning and development.
You’ll be assessing the levels of skills and knowledge of staff at every level of the company and taking the action needed to maintain and develop these skills for the ultimate benefit of your employer.
You’ll be responsible for all of the administrative work needed to ensure that all of the training programmes run successfully.
As the Learning & Development Manager for a food company you’ll be responsible for all of the learning and professional development of the workforce.
It’s a strategic role and you’ll be assessing the levels of skills and knowledge of staff at every level of the company and taking the action needed to maintain and develop these skills for the ultimate benefit of your employer.
This means determining the best training initiatives that will equip staff to best carry out their jobs and develop their careers; you might design and deliver this training yourself or bring in external experts as required.