Interim HR Advisor (6 m FTC)

Interim HR Advisor (6 m FTC)

Swansea Area

to c. £37,000 pa pro rata plus car allowance

Full Time


Job Description

Our not-for-profit client requires a confident and well organised Human Resources Advisor capable of building strong relationships and available at short notice to commit to a 6 month fixed term contract with one of the largest, most complex organisations in South Wales.  Reporting to the HRBP team this role has the flexibility to be based at a range of South Wales locations but the preference lies towards a Swansea area base.  The successful candidate will back fill an important and busy 6 month assignment whilst providing a first class HR service to its customers. 


What they do

The HR team has a big challenge! 3,000 colleagues work tirelessly to provide the full range of services to its customers and focuses on supporting line managers to ensure that they are all skilled, capable and engaged to do their jobs. As the business embeds its Customer Led Success strategy, putting its customers at the heart of everything they do, the HR team is focused on ensuring they attract, develop and retain the people needed to deliver the business plan, both now and in the future.


What you’ll do

Your focus will be on providing expert and proactive HR advice and support to managers and colleagues to enable effective people management across the business.  It’s about delivering the right outcome for the customer, at the right time and in the most effective way possible. 

This is an exciting opportunity to use your strong customer focused approach to deliver innovative and timely HR solutions whilst role modelling Customer Led Success to the whole business.

Flexibility around travel to multiple locations is essential for this role, full autonomy of your own diary and a competitive call allowance will be provided.


Successful Applicant

About you


Knowledge, Skills and Experience


Previous experience working as a Human Resources Adviser or equivalent role within a HR team



CIPD qualified (or nearing completion of studying for qualification) and/or educated to degree level or equivalent



Knowledge of employment law with the ability to implement that knowledge to resolve work place issues.



Strong influencing and negotiation skills ideally gained within a unionised environment




Ability to interpret and provide advice on HR policies, terms and conditions



Effective time management and organisational skills



Excellent customer service skills, with the ability to develop productive working relationships with a variety of stakeholders



Excellent interpersonal, communication and presentation skills



Flexible and adaptable to changing needs and demands



Strong IT skills, in particular Microsoft Office, Excel & Powerpoint



Excellent accuracy and attention to detail



Experience of working in a high-pressure environment and working to tight deadlines



Ability to generate and manipulate reports within SAP (or similar software).



Flexibility with the ability to travel as the job requires