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Address: 78 High Crescent, Arnold, Nottingham NG5 8DY
Phone: 07984 111 222 Email: email@example.com
LinkedIn: @lissywarburton Twitter: @lissywarburton
HR blog: www.melissawarburton.com
- Self-motivated, confident HR Consultant with over 10 years’ experience within private and public sector organisations.
- Extensive knowledge and expertise in HR methodologies, including responsibility for change management processes and supporting staff with managing changes within the business.
- Ability to manage and build effective relationships within the business and continuously keep up to date on the employment law.
- Responsible for writing and updating policies in line with employment law, including for large transformation programmes.
- Acting as the first point of contact for all HR processes, including grievances, disciplinaries, sickness and absence.
- Ambitious individual with a focus on delivering a first-class service and consistently developing both professional and personal skills.
KEY KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & EXPERTISE
- Self-Motivated – Ability to manage own workload and deliver to deadlines.
- Communication – A strong communicator who can lead teams and build strong relationships.
- HR Methodologies – Extensive knowledge and expertise in HR methodologies, including change management.
- Decision Maker – Able to make robust data-led, impartial decisions.
- Employment Legislation – Keeps up to date with employment legislation and informs the business of any changes.
- Goal oriented – Sets goals and targets to stay motivated and to achieve the best results.
HR Consultant / MAY 2013 – Present
- Providing support with general HR queries, including grievances, disciplinaries, sickness and holiday.
- Responsible for managing specific projects in the company, including furlough and IR35 changes.
- Reviewing and amending correspondence as required.
- Supporting the HR Manager with meetings, including grievances, disciplinaries and appeals.
- Providing cover to the HR Manager, as necessary.
- Managing relationships with staff and external companies, including suppliers and agencies.
- General admin tasks as required.
HR Administrator / June 2010 – May 2013
Blue Room Recruitment
- Working alongside Recruitment Consultants, providing support with general HR duties, including writing letters, registering candidates, and updating the system.
- Responding to all HR queries in a timely manner.
- Managing the HR inbox and responding to phone calls on HR issues.
- Supporting the HR Business Partner with meetings as required, taking minutes where necessary.
- Providing cover for reception at lunch breaks and holidays. https://www.cvtemplatemaster.com
HR Assistant / Jan 2007 – June 2010
- Providing a full HR support service to HR Advisors and HR Business Partners.
- Taking minutes at meetings for HR Advisors and supporting with setting up and arranging meetings.
- Typing letters and ensuring any correspondence is accurate and error-free.
- Updating company system with sickness and holidays.
- Producing sickness absence reports for HR Advisor. https://www.cvtemplatemaster.com
- Supporting payroll function as and when required, particularly at month-end.
Administrator / Mar 2005 – Nov 2006
- Providing administrative support to the construction team.
- Inputting data into the company database.
- Managing expenses and arranging travel.
- Ensuring diaries and emails are maintained and that construction team are informed of any changes within the business.
- Liaising with other departments both externally and internally, ensuring best practice at all times.
- Attending meetings on relevant industry topics and keeping up to date with any changes to the business.
Sales Assistant (part time) / Nov 2000 – Feb 2004
- Dealing with customer queries and helping support customers with their decision making.
- Developing knowledge of products and providing excellent customer service.
- Up-selling products as and when possible.
- Managing payments and dealing with returns.
- Replenishing stock and advising management of any noticeable low stock levels.
- Ensuring all products are tidy on the shelves, and clearing any debris, as necessary.
- Opening and closing the store in absence of management.
Sales Assistant (part time) / Dec 1998 – Nov 2000
- Responsible for dealing with customers, including cash handling and any queries, ensuring the highest level of customer service.
- Replenishing shelves during quiet spells in the store and advising management of any low stock.
- Liaising with other stores and building relationships with other colleagues throughout the UK.
- Opening and closing the store on occasion.
- Answering telephone calls and general emails.
- Managing the company Facebook account, including posting content and responding to messages.
- Ensuring store is clean and tidy, especially at opening and closing time.
- Managing the queues within the store, and ensuring customers are served on a first come basis.
PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS & EDUCATION
Imperial College London / 2001 – 2004
BA (Hons) Management with Human Resource Management
Including People Management, Work and Organisational Behaviour and Evidencing Employability.
Central Park College / 1999 – 2001
HND Business Studies
Hobbies and interests
Outside of work, I enjoy horse riding and tennis. I have also set up my own HR blog, www.melissawarburton.com which comments on industry issues and developments.
References are available on request.
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