(Senior) Manager Human Resources – part time (20 - 25 hours/week)

  • Job Reference: PharmaLex
  • Date Posted: 3 October 2018
  • Recruiter: PharmaLex UK
  • Location: Either Redruth, Cornwall or Bourne End, Bucks
  • Salary: On Application
  • Sector: Administration, HR / Recruitment
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Work Hours: Part Time

Job Description

Be a part of our growing company!

Are you eager to work in a dynamic company where new challenges and opportunities are part of your every day work life? Then make PharmaLex your career choice! 

PharmaLex is the leading service provider for the worldwide pharmaceutical industry in regulatory affairs, pharmacovigilance development consulting and quality management & compliance. We are specialized in effectively designing all aspects of drug and medicinal product registrations - ranging from early development and market entry to product maintenance activities. 
The success of our company resides in the expert knowledge and high motivation of our employees.

We are looking for a motivated and committed candidate who will enjoy working independently within our successful team in a dynamic and rewarding environment. So, if your career is much more than just a job for you but rather your passion, then come and join our successful team. 

NOTE: Role can be based in either UK office; Redruth, Cornwall OR Bourne End, Bucks 

Your responsibilities 

The (Senior) Manager Human Resources is responsible for providing a service-oriented and proactive HR function for our two sites in UK in Bourne End and Redruth. Key tasks are:
  • Recruitment: efficient and cost-effective recruitment of professionals and executives, including the associated administrative and organizational management
  • Personnel Marketing, external employer branding: Development and implementation of measures to increase the visibility and the attractiveness of the company for applicants
  • Management of the entry and exit process
  • Staff retention, internal employer branding: Definition and implementation of measures to increase employee satisfaction and – loyalty
  • Personnel care: Proactive and expert advice in terms of all HR issues for all employees
  •  Management of the yearly staff appraisal process
  • Career Development: Organization and evaluation of staff development/training programs
  • Personnel Administration: Maintenance of HR master data and personnel records
  • Interface for external payroll, provider of company pension in representation
  • Development, organization and implementation of measures to foster the health and the work-life balance of our employees
  • Develop and maintain affiliate staff handbook(s) as well as HR policies/procedures
  • Cooperation with international HR team
  • Implementation of corporate HR topics on a local level

We offer you

  • Varied and challenging activities
  • Partnership-based cooperation and room for manoeuvre
  • Continuous development opportunities through the exchange of knowledge and experience as well as through further training courses

Your Profile

  • Degree in psychology, social sciences or business administration with an emphasis on Human Resources management (others are not excluded)
  • Proven experience in a wide-ranging HR role
  • Profound experience of HR policy and process development and deployment
  • Change Management experience
  • Ideally prior experience of a TUPE transfer
  • Flexibility, adaptability and ability to influence and motivate others
  • Excellent communication skills, empathy, trustworthiness, intercultural / diversity competence
  • Problem solving skills, independent way of working, initiative, service orientation, enthusiasm
  • Teamwork
  • MS Office skills
  • Willingness to be based in one of the affiliate´s UK offices and travel to the other affiliate on a regular basis