HR Operations Manager Jobs
With the complex staffing needs of a busy company, the importance of the HR operations manager cannot be overstated. Their principal role is to make sure the strategic business plans of the board are fulfilled from the HR perspective, which means that they will have to make key decisions on recruitment, training and redundancies as necessary. This could be over a single department or site, or over a entire company with multiple locations.
The HR manager could be part of a team of managers under an HR director, and could be in charge of an HR team or working independently, depending on the size and structure of the company. Either way, they need to report to the board with their decisions regarding staffing needs, and may have to work out means of delivering the board’s aims within tight budgetary constraints to maintain profitability. Success is measured in terms of how the manager’s policies and decisions impact on the profitability and productivity of the company or department under their management.
The skills required
A background in HR is an essential element of this role, preferably to management level but many companies recognize that HR is often a one-person job in many small to medium companies and the skill-set picked up will be advanced despite the lack of a formal management title. If the experience is in the same industry as that of the position being filled, that will be a bonus, as different sectors have widely varying HR needs.
You also need to be an excellent communicator with a proven ability to take strategic instructions from the board and interpret them into actionable plans that bring measurable benefits to the company. Many companies require CIPD or equivalent work-based training qualifications as an entry condition, but others may be willing to take talented HR professionals through to such qualifications.
HR Operations Manager Jobs in Lanarkshire
Lanarkshire is one of only a few landlocked counties in Scotland, surrounded as it is by Stirlingshire, Dunbartonshire, West Lothian, Peeblesshire, Dumfriesshire, Ayrshire and Renfrewshire. It is named after the historic county town of Lanark, but the modern administrative headquarters is at Hamilton, a town with a population of 50,000 at its north western tip, close to Glasgow. Like most traditional Scottish counties, Lanarkshire’s borders have been altered and renamed, and the county is now split into North Lanarkshire and South Lanarkshire for council administration purposes.
Lanarkshire is a traditionally industrious region, with agriculture in the south and heavy industry in the north, and it is thus well connected via the UK’s road and rail network. The M74 between Carlisle and Glasgow passes through the heart of the county, as does the man railway line. Notable towns in Lanarkshire include Motherwell, East Kilbride and Airdrie. All this, and its proximity to Glasgow at its north west, make Lanarkshire a decent place to look for HR Operations Manager jobs.
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