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Vacancy title
HR Operations Manager
Business unit
UK | Basingstoke
Closing date

We have a really exciting opportunity for an exceptional individual to join us as an HR Operations Manager.

What you will do

The main purpose of the role is to lead the HR Operations team, covering all areas of reward & remuneration and HRMI for UK & Ireland for circa 360 heads.

Key Responsibilities & Success Criteria

Reporting into the Head of HR, you will be responsible for leading and supporting a team of 2(HR Administrator & Payroll Adviser).  You will be required to oversee and support the payroll function, and to manage and support the payroll administrator. You will also manage our pension schemes and other employee benefits including the relationships with our benefits providers. You will be required to have knowledge of P11D's and Fleet administration. You will also be the SME for the HR Systems. 

The successful candidate will have a degree/qualification in Human Resources, ideally CIPD Level 5/7 qualified or equivalent and have a strong track record of delivery in an operational management role. You will have gained experience either as an Operational Manager or a Business Partner and ideally will have managed a small but highly performing team. A knowledge of the Access HR system would be highly advantageous. You will be resourceful, proactive and self-motivated with a keen desire to interpret data to provide meaningful insights for the business along with providing the monthly MI.

The role holder will also be the HR Business Partner for our Technology department, which comprises circa 40 people across a number of our UK offices

What competencies we looking for

In order to fulfil the role successfully the following are some of the key skills and experience required:

  • Demonstrable understanding of HR processes with a CIPD Level 5/7 qualification or equivalent
  • Payroll and Benefits management
  • Previous experience of HR Business Partnering
  • Strong analytical skills
  • Excellent IT skills including knowledge of the full functionality of Excel
  • Strong communication skills both written and oral
  • Strong attention to detail and quality
  • Willing to travel and stay overnight when required, normally domestically, however infrequently within Europe.
  • Full UK driving licence.

What we offer

If you are looking for an exciting opportunity within a professional establishment who invest their time helping and supporting others, then apply today.  As well as providing a competitive salary and benefits package, Dynniq actively executes improvement initiatives which are driven from our employee opinion engagement activities as part of our drive to provide a comfortable and supportive working environment. We will support your personal development plan.

  • 25 days holiday plus bank holidays rising to 28 days with service, plus the option to buy an agreed numbers of days
  • Employee benefits portal
  • Generous employer pension contributions
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Life assurance up to 4x salary


Please apply by clicking on the link below.NB: Dynniq has a responsibility to ensure that all employees are eligible to live and work in the UK, therefore successful candidates must have the right to work in the UK by the start of their employment. Dynniq are an equal opportunities employer. Please note, applications received after the closing date will not be processed.

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