Phillips 66 Recruiter & HR Coordinator (1 Year Contract) in London, United Kingdom
Phillips 66 & YOU- Together we can fuel the future
The HR team is actively involved in building a high-performing organization by identifying, selecting and developing our talent, planning succession for our key positions and future workforce and continuously improving our organisational effectiveness.
The key part of the Recruiter & HR Coordinator role will be assisting with the execution of recruiting and sourcing of quality candidates for the Commercial Trading, UK Marketing, Finance and all other Staff roles in London. Additionally, this role will support the UK HR function across the employee lifecycle to include employee benefits and leave processing, the administration of training programs, HR systems processing and reporting, as well as serve as a key HR customer service contact for all site employees.
Recruitment and Staffing – in charge of the Recruitment activity for both external and internal vacancies:
Identifying, screening, interviewing and placing qualified candidates in a variety of roles
Developing and implementing appropriate recruiting strategies and plans for sourcing ‘difficult-to-fill’ roles
Developing a thorough understanding of departments, organisations, staff and positions, and providing on going feedback with hiring managers to ensure stakeholder satisfaction with the entire hiring experience
Recruiting for all positions assigned using a variety of sources, including internet postings, database searches, referrals, use of network contacts, working with recruitment agencies, etc., ensuring compliance with relevant legislation and the Phillips 66 recruitment process
Manage relationship with recruitment and head-hunter agencies when required. Conduct all screening of vendors and own the procurement process
Developing and managing candidate relationships through on going communications, promoting interest in positions, to yield qualified candidates and pools for assigned positions with minimal turnaround times to fill vacancies
Managing the on-boarding process, being the incumbent’s main point of contact from the offer stage to start date, such as creating offer letters, arranging medicals, clearance checks, etc.
Coordinate graduate and placement assessment programmes
Primary Responsibilities - Next
Reporting and data management: Prepare regular monthly HR data reporting, process required manual processes unique to UK, maintain and update employee records according to required procedures.
HR Administration: Coordinate and account for all leaves of absence by processing required documentation for company records and compliance. Liaise with Payroll, Health Services and other HR teams.
Leaver Process: Conduct all exit interviews, address leavers’ queries and process updates to the HR system.
Learning & Development: Source and administer appropriate training providers as requested by the business. Own vendor relationship and manage all procurement requirements.
HR Customer Service: Serve as the office face of the HR department, answering employee and manager questions for all HR processes. Maintain an open-door policy for the department and facilitate access to all needed HR services.
HR Project Admin Resource: Provide administrative and reporting support for all HR projects. These areas include but are not limited to, payroll, required government reporting, employee communications, and data processing for compensation actions.
Critical Skills/Leadership Criteria
Hold the legal right to live and work in the UK on a permanent basis without restrictions
Obtained a Business or Human Resources related degree
Advanced proficiency in Microsoft software applications
Passion for developing a long-term career in Human Resources
Be able to prioritise, resolve conflicting schedules and manage multiple customers to ensure their expectations are managed
Ability to handle multiple priorities and meet deadlines
Customer focus, ability to relate well with employees at all levels
A high level of discretion and confidentiality
Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written
Results oriented both individually and for the team
Excellent analytical skills
Strong networking and collaboration skills
To be considered:
In order to be considered for this position you must complete the entire application process, which includes answering all prescreening questions and providing your eSignature on or before the requisition closing date of 23 January 2020.
Phillips 66 is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Requisition ID: 52100
Location: GBR - London - London
Job Field: Human Resources
Division : Commercial
Technical Req : No