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Senior HR Advisor

Omagh, NIR, GB

Position:                   Senior HR Business Partner

Location:                   Omagh

Reporting to:             HR Director, Omagh

Employment Type:    Full-time Permanent – 40 hours per week

Job Purpose:

Terex is a fast-moving engineering company which manufactures crushing equipment at its Omagh facility for global markets and employ 500+ team members across 3 sites in Omagh. We are looking for an experienced Senior HR Business Partner to join the Omagh HR team, taking responsibility for day to day HR generalist duties and for providing customer focused advice and support to managers, supervisors and team members in line with Terex policies, procedures and legal requirements. 


What you will be doing?

You will advise and support managers in your client groups in all day to day operational HR matters, acting as a true business partner. Whilst managing the day to day operational aspects of HR you will also be involved in a project capacity to ensure HR is ‘adding value’ long term. This is a key hire for the organisation and you will be working closely with stakeholders to understand business and operational efficiencies and in turn improve business performance by driving the people agenda to achieve business results.


Responsibilities will include;

•Build strong relationships with line managers and supervisors to provide business partnering support to ensure the effective and seamless delivery of end-to-end HR processes.  Proactive engagement with line managers and supervisors will be a fundamental feature of the role.

•Provide guidance and coaching to managers, supervisors and team members.

•Support line managers and supervisors to set goals for Team Members, assess capability and drive calibration across the performance management cycle.

•Build and maintain robust relationships with key stakeholders across our operational business to create a collaborative approach to people related initiatives

•Management of the recruitment life cycle from inception to completion partnering with hiring managers to ensure quality of talent.

•Lead change management & Team Member engagement initiatives

•Manage the on-boarding, HR orientation & probation review processes for all new Team Members in your client groups

•Develop and maintain HR policies and procedures and ensure they are applied consistently and updated where necessary

•Assist in the development and implementation of continuous improvement initiatives and instill HR practices/processes which add value

•Proactively manage absence and supporting the coordination of occupational health provision

•Professional Handling of disciplinary & grievance issues

•Payroll administration (both salaried & weekly paid)

•Planning, organising and delivering training & development for team members at all levels



•HR related Degree advantageous.

•Member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) or relevant professional qualification.

•Applicants must be able to work as part of a flexible HR team, prioritise the heavy workload and complete tasks and objectives in a timely manner.

•Applicants must have a good working knowledge of UK employment legislation and the ability to apply it in a practical manner within our manufacturing environment.



This is a rewarding and challenging role, requiring a CIPD qualified HR professional or at least working towards CIPD qualification, who enjoys the broad spectrum of both planned, reactive and proactive HR work.

It is essential that you have previously worked within a large Manufacturing environment and have extensive employee relations experience, combined with strong NI legislation knowledge.  Previous experience should illustrate a track record of acting as a true HR business partner where you have provided operational HR support.

You will be adept at working in a fast paced, complex environment and able to balance the operational demands of the business along with multiple project initiatives.  You will be a creative individual who is able to understand how short term decisions impact the long term goals of the organisation.


Note: The above description is non-exhaustive and there may be additional duties in accordance with the business requirements. This job description should be regarded as providing broad guidelines within which the team member will work.

All applicants must demonstrate through their application how they meet the criteria for the position applied for.

Terex are an equal opportunities employer. We value diversity and welcome applicants from all sections of the community.