HR Advisor

London, United Kingdom

Job Reference 1239842

Location London, United Kingdom

Industry Other

Function Administration

Job Type Contract

Date Added March 15, 2024

HR Advisor 

Location: London

Contract duration: 12-months contract (initially)
Recruitment partner: Airswift

Key Words: HR, advisor, oil & gas, O&G, mobilisation, CIPD, global business, leadership

Our Company

With over 70 years in the oil industry and a presence in more than 60 countries, we have partnered with Airswift to support our recruitment plans for 2024 and help us find candidates who also believe in a world where sustainability meets everyone's needs: those of the environment and those of people.

We are looking for a HR Advisor/Senior HR Advisor to join us in London. You will be responsible for coordinating and managing core business activity with respect to the mobilisation of international employees. Responsible for a specific region and act as a key focal point for Local HR within the company's subsidiaries and HR Management in HQ in relation to mobility activities.

General Responsibilities
  • First point of contact for resources (new hire and current employees), responsible for all aspect of the mobilisation process and through the life-cycle of the assignment(s) 
  • Share knowledge across the global mobility field on subjects such as social security, tax, immigration, relocation and assignment management 
  • Applying best practice with adherence to UK/International Employment Law, HR Policies & Procedures 
  • Advising on the company policy of management of international employees 
  • Initiating and managing internal and external services/suppliers and proposed continuous improvement with services provided 
  • Regularly check payroll and expenses reports, supplier invoices, in readiness for further management approval
  • Building strong working relationships with in-country subsidiary HR contacts
  • Acting as a focal point for an assigned Business Unit(s) in HQ, as required
  • Leading in a cross-departmental assigned project teams
  • Mentoring junior members of the team 
  • Maintaining up to date knowledge of HR and mobility best practices, including participation in industry conferences and company approved training courses  
  • Performing and carrying out administrative tasks for your assigned resources, when required 
  • Adhere to and report KPI results across service delivery of providers  
  • Ensuring our record keeping and data processing procedures comply with GDPR requirements and company policies 
  • Ensuring employee files and trackers are up to date  
  • Relevant University degree (HR or similar) 
  • CIPD accreditation would be advantageous.
  • Excellent English 
  • Proven HR experience working in a fast-paced, professional, global business environment
  • Sound knowledge and awareness of UK and International Employment Laws
  • Demonstratable leadership qualities
  • Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to collaborate with people those of differing cultures
  • Ability to work independently and as part of the team, effectively and  manage change 
  • Strong people skills, to build excellent team relationships within the team and inter-departmentally.  Collaborative styles with excellent and verbal communication skills

The next step
We have an exceptional team in place, and we are pleased to be able to appoint a further person to our growing business. We are aware that you may not ‘tick all the boxes’, but if you believe you can genuinely offer some valuable skills and experience to our business, please in the first instance contact our recruitment partner Airswift.


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