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Human Resources Manager, Exeter, Well Placed Hr

Published 2022-06-30
Expires 2022-07-30
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Human Resources Manager, Exeter, Well Placed Hr
United Kingdom, Devon, Exeter,
Published June 30, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Human resources manager


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Human Resources Manager Exeter - £40-45k Well Placed HR are delighted to have been assigned by a long established and highly successful services business who urgently seek to recruit an experienced Human Resources Manager to join the company on a full time, permanent basis. The business has already experienced significant expansion and with further development plans in motion, they hope an experienced HR Manager will be able to assist in driving the business forwards. Joining a well-established HR Team you will be a key member of this organisations development. Were looking for an experienced candidate, either qualified by experience or CIPD level 5 qualified (or higher), with at least three years experience working at manager level, ideally within a Blue-Collar setting. This is a pivotal, senior level appointment where the successful candidate will require significant experience in all areas of HR. You will be based on site but will require access to a car as your role would involve travel between two sites (local to Exeter). The hours at Monday Friday 8.30-5.30, the role comes with significant benefits, including a company performance based bonus, enhanced annual leave and excellent pension. To apply for this role please contact Carly Kellow quoting ref: CK8514

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