Term: Permanent

Human Capital Officer
“We believe that challenges are better solved together. That’s why you’ll join a diverse, global community of solvers – an unexpected mix of people that come together to build trust in society and solve important problems. In a place where you are encouraged to lead with your heart and values. And where your unique skills are developed and put to work in unexpected and exciting ways, superpowered by technology”

To provide an efficient service to PwC CI employees in all matters relating to the employee lifecycle experience.

Lifecycle responsibilities:
Working with the HC Manager and HC Senior Manager, to bring the People Strategy to life through delivery on specific projects in the areas for example of:
– Annual Pay Review
– Benefit Scheme
– Performance Management
– Employee Relations (PIPs, investigations, disciplinary, grievances)
– Absence Management (long-term sickness, wellbeing, high absence levels, holidays)
– Employee Engagement
– Wellbeing
– Diversity and Inclusion
– Talent Development
– Policy and procedure review to comply with legislation, HC Compliance through audits, and assistance in updating the Employment Manual
– Assisting the team where necessary with maternity/paternity, exit interviews, on
– boarding, complex sickness and probationary periods
– Become a super user for Workday, Snapshot and other HC systems
– HC reporting and analytics
– Develop policy and procedures, in line with legal requirements and best practice, to support the HC team in streamlining existing practices.
– Review and propose alternatives and improvements to the current systems by drawing upon previous experience
– Actively embed the culture, values and behaviours of PwC within the practice
– Additional project work, ‘ad hoc’ projects and tasks when required
– Review team administration
– Develop the HC Administrator and monitor the contribution of the SDC team
– Keeping the HC Senior Officer and HC Manager informed and escalating more complex issues

Role Requirements:
– A minimum of 3 years’ experience within a HC generalist role
– Strong local or UK employment legislation knowledge and proven management of Employee Relations matters
– Professionally qualified (minimum level 3 CIPD qualified or equivalent)
– Experience in implementing HC projects with proven project management skills
– Demonstrated credibility to work with, advise, and influence others
– Proven reporting and analytical skills
– Expertise in people development with a proven track record in coaching junior members of staff
– The ability to work both independently and be a collaborative team member
– Resilience and the ability to work under pressure in a face paced dynamic environment
– Appreciation of a diverse and inclusive mindset
– A proven ability to manage complex and sometimes conflicting demands
– A proactive, self-motivated approach with ability to take responsibility for own work and bringing enthusiasm and energy to the team
– A professional and resourceful approach with an ability to build rapport at all levels
– A solid understanding of HC systems and how they interact with other organisational systems
– Strong ability to understand and leverage technology
– High levels of attention to detail, and experience in reviewing work

– Understanding or prior experience of Workday Excellent attention to detail and accuracy
– 3-5 years prior experience in a generalist Human Resources role

Contact Details

Marcelina Blaszczyk

Email: bci_recruitment@pwc.com
Telephone: 07797 839398