Reporting to the HR Manager, the HR Generalist is vital in supporting HR management at OCE with varied tasks across the full scope of HR to ensure smooth running of the department. The purpose of this role is to support OCE operations and its growth plan.

Direction for the role:

  • Responsible for HR administration throughout the employee lifecycle & across the HR Department in line with legislative and GDPR requirements,
  • Provide support to all departments and business units on employment & employee relations matters,
  • Advise managers and supervisors on general HR matters in line with best practice,
  • Act as a point of contact for colleagues assisting with general employee queries as they arise,
  • Support payroll and accounts functions through data collection, entry & reporting,
  • Support the recruitment process across all levels within OCE,
  • Co-ordinate onboarding & offboarding of team members,
  • Deliver HR Inductions to employees,
  • Assist in the development and roll out of training programmes across the organisation,
  • Act as the point of contact for SOLAS Apprenticeship Schemes,
  • Engage in performance management systems and partake in review processes,
  • Undertake specified tasks as part of the Grievance and Disciplinary processes,
  • Support the HR Manager in coordinating KPIs, metrics, reports & specified projects,
  • Partake in training and development initiatives & events as relevant to your role,
  • Commit to keeping abreast of legislative and best practice updates,
  • Aim to consistently develop and improve HR processes, systems and controls,
  • Develop, implement and adhere to relevant company policies and procedures,
  • Ensure compliance with all legal and certification requirements.

This list serves as an overview of the role and responsibilities and is not exhaustive

Competencies of the HR Generalist:

  • HR generalist or administration experience,
  • Diligent, thorough and highly organised,
  • Excellent administrative skills,
  • Proven ability to work effectively with team members at all levels of the organisation,
  • Highly competent in Microsoft programs,
  • Practical awareness and understanding of Irish employment legislation,
  • Analytical thinker and effective communicator with decision making and problem solving skills,
  • Efficient work-flow, time and project management skills
  • Strong and effective professional relationship builder,
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and a team player.

You will be expected to attend training courses, seminars and business meetings where necessary to assist you in carrying out these duties.

This Job Specification is not exhaustive and is subject to change in line with business and operational requirements.

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O’Carroll Engineering is an equal opportunities employer.

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