HR Manager

Website LD Training Services Limited

The HR Manager is a leadership role within the Senior Management Team of LD Training with primary responsibility for leading the range of corporate HR functions including but not limited to employee relations, talent management, staff recruitment and the management of staff absences, disciplinary procedures, grievances and sickness. Accordingly, the recruited candidate will have practical experience of and a good knowledge of UK employment law.

The HR Manager has a responsibility for building and fostering good understanding between Departments and seeking to streamline and enhance all aspects of the HR function.

Reporting Line

To the Directors

Knowledge, Skills & Qualifications

Applicants for the HR Manager position must be able to meet the following criteria:

· Educated to a University Bachelor’s degree level

· Proven subject expertise and competence

· Operate with the utmost integrity and confidentiality

· Minimum 3 years of operation management and HR management experience of
UK employment law

· Proficiency in basic office software including WORD/EXCEL/OUTLOOK etc.

· Excellent communication & interpersonal skills, strong team spirit and attention to

· Ability to manage own workload and be able to prioritise tasks

· A proactive nature to ensure achieving results not just personally but also for the
benefit of the wider organisation

· Good organisational & IT skills

· Attention to detail and assurance of accuracy

· Ability to meet deadlines

· Strong commitment to personal continuing professional development

· Team player

· Willing to embrace the distinctive culture of LD Training

Key Contractual Responsibilities

The key contractual responsibilities of the position of HR Manager include:

· Ensure that the recruiting, interviewing, qualification, and hiring of staff are
conducted in accordance with established policy and in a cost-effective manner.

· Administration of new starters including pre-employment vetting checks,
references, preparing documents including offer letters.

· Induction of new starters

· Provide Contracts of Employment and supporting documents to new employees

· Provide SLA’s and supporting documents to Self Employed/Consultants

· Coordinate probationary period with reviews with Departmental Heads

· Coordinate the annual appraisal process, assisting Departmental Heads with
internal communications ensuring documentation is completed and collating
information for HR reports

· Maintain and update employee profiles

· Maintain and update holidays/sickness records

· Deal with employee relation issues, managing disciplinary procedures and issuing
relevant documentation

· Deliver advice and guidance on HR matters, including recruitment, contract
termination, redundancy, sick leave and maternity leave

· Update and maintain records of internal CPD Development in conjunction with the
Head of Quality

· Advise the Directors of important changes in Employment Law

· Develop LD Training’s Talent Management Programme

· Monitor and support compliance with national Employment Law and ethics policies,

· Perform other duties as required which are not included above, but which will be
consistent with the role

· Generate reports for the Governing Board

Additional Responsibilities

The additional responsibilities of the HR Manager include –

· Participating in all necessary preparation and work in relation to regulatory body

· Participating in all key functions and events organised by the company including in
particular student recruitment fairs;

· Attending all necessary and relevant meetings as required;

· Such other reasonable and relevant duties and responsibilities as the Directors may
require from time to time.


LD Training offers competitive remuneration packages dependent upon qualifications and experience and a flexible working pattern.

Personal Profile

You will be a warm, energetic, innovative person with a ‘can do’ mind-set who is fully committed to the work and ethos of the organisation. You will have good inter personal skills and a zest for being innovative and creative in your approach to your employment.

Job Types: Full-time, Permanent


  • Company pension


  • Monday to Friday

Ability to commute/relocate:

  • STANMORE: reliably commute or plan to relocate before starting work (required)


  • Bachelor’s (preferred)


  • HR: 3 years (preferred)

Work Location: In person

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