HR Coordinator - Thurnscoe

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Human Resources
Ref: 164 Date Posted: Monday 20 Aug 2018
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Join us and work as part of a busy, fun team - where challenge, variety and personal development is all part of the package.

We are seeking a HR Coordinator for our Thurnscoe office who will thrive in our dynamic environment.

The main job function is to provide generalist HR and administrative support to managers and staff across all Balmoral Tanks businesses. A busy and varied role covering all aspects of the HR function including assisting with recruitment, training, discipline & grievance and providing general advice and development support to the business managers.

Working with the HR Advisor, the role is key to supporting the Managing Director and the senior management team plans for further growth of the business while at the same time maintaining a key focus on what differentiates the business from its competitors; its people.  The business is IIP accredited and is currently engaged with Sheffield Hallam University on a very exciting behavioural/competency training and development project; known as a Knowledge Transfer Project (KTP).

Provide advice and guidance on best practice in relation to recruitment, retention and development of the staff in their areas.

The HR Coordinator will go about their role displaying high levels of initiative, drive & enthusiasm; and be expected to act as an ambassador & role model for our business. Confidentiality and integrity are key to the role and non-negotiable.


  • Maintain accurate and secure records for all personnel.
  • Responsible for presenting the HR Induction programme and updating it as and when required.
  • Assisting and developing managers regarding company HR policies and procedures.
  • Provide general advice and guidance to managers liaising with Empire HR where necessary.


  • Assist HR Advisor in the recruitment of all disciplines
  • Look at new cost effect ways to recruit
  • Interview with managers as and when required
  • Collate and respond to all speculative applications for employment in a timely manner
  • Help develop our induction programmes and objective settings for all new employee’s. This of course will be lead by the relevant manager.


  • Develop and approve a suitable list of training providers to cover the business requirements, including legislative areas.
  • Work closely and support the KTP.
  • Booking of medical appointments.
  • Compile and print internal certificates
  • Liaise with health and safety re all courses and training matrix & maintain Occupational Health Spread sheet and questionnaires.
  • The jobholder is responsible for developing the Company’s image in the marketplace by pursuing the objectives of RATER:

                R        Reliability (keeping Company promises –dates, prices, workmanship)

                A        Authority (knowledge, expertise providing comfort and security to customers)

                T        Tangibles (appearance of employees, contractors, vehicles, equipment, packaging, behaviour)

                E        Empathy (understanding of customer’s needs and problems)

                R        Responsiveness (willingness to help the customer)






  • Minimum HND or Level 3 VQ in an HR related discipline.
  • HR related Degree.
  • CIPD level 3


  • Minimum of three years experience of working in an HR role in a service or manufacturing business.
  • Minimum of five years experience in an HR role in a service or manufacturing business.


Skills & Abilities

  • Excellent inter-personal skills.
  • First class planning & organisational skills.
  • Good presentation, written and oral communication skills.


  • Understanding of key elements of employment law.

Personal Qualities

  • Mature and customer focused attitude (able to handle difficult discussions and customer complaints).
  • A belief in the fact that customers are revenue & everything else is overhead.
  • Able to perform in an environment where accountability and ownership represent Core Values.
  • Excited by change and driven to be part of a successful team.
  • Belief in all aspects of RATER and the positive impact on a business.
  • Willing to challenge colleagues whose behaviour is contradictory to all aspects of RATER, and ultimately the core values of the business.


Overall, we employ people who are flexible, methodical and effective team players. Everyone must commit to learning and be willing to thrive in a “Right First Time” culture. Your personal values must align with the Core Value of the Business, and you must never treat any customer (internal and or external) with complacency.