HR Officer

Location Dublin
Discipline: Administration
Job ref: 007023
Published: 12 months ago

The HR Officer will assist with collating and delivering HR data across the business. This will be an analytical focused role whilst also providing support to HR operations.


Key Responsibilities:


HR Analytical Duties:

  • Collect HR data from all relevant internal and external sources
  • Create and maintain a HR Dashboard with key metrics, taken from all relevant internal/ external sources (HR Information System, Recruitment Platforms, external benchmarking/ competitor analysis etc)
  • Compile, analyse and report on past data from employment records and exit interviews
  • Draft, implement and report on employee surveys or other data-gathering measures
  • Organize data into manageable segments
  • Clean data to eliminate any errors and create more meaningful analyses
  • Analyse data manually and by using various tools and programs
  • Use findings to develop meaningful conclusions
  • Prepare clear, readable reports of findings
  • Discuss recommendations with HR Advisors/ Business Partner based on findings
  • Collaborate in the development of policies and training programs to target data conclusions
  • Ensure compliance with HR policies and procedures based on data-informed evidence
  • Assist HR team with data-informed aspects of employee engagement, compensation, benefits and training
  • Assist the Recruitment team with data- informed recruitment analysis to attract and retain key talent (e.g., recruitment marketing analysis, drive successful recruitment campaigns online)
  • Review of relevant data to determine compensation and benefit analysis and recommendations
  • In addition, the HR Officer may support HR Operations as and when required with the below duties:


HR Operations Support:

  • Ensure the effective administration of HR documentation
  • Maintain and update the HRIS
  • Provide accurate and timely advice to employees on HR policies and procedures
  • Provide professional support, coaching, leadership and advice to Managers in relation to employment law issues and employee relation issues including resolving grievances, managing disciplinary process, absence management and performance management when and if required
  • Engage with Managers on the probation process, ensuring review meetings are being adhered to
  • Be present at formal meetings and undertake note taking tasks
  • Support the administration of formal processes and paperwork associated
  • Support the Learning and Development function with administration and assist with developing and facilitating HR Workshops, internal training to Management on Employment Topics, on a yearly basis, when and if required
  • Assist with updating HR policies and procedures to ensure that legislative requirements and best practice are adhered to
  • Actively participate in HR initiatives and support the Group HR Manager in rolling out key / ad hoc projects as required
  • Act as point of contact for HR related queries for Employees and Managers across Group jurisdictions
  • Assist with the Group HR mailbox, when and if required


Key Relationships:

  • Develop and maintain relationships with other internal departments as appropriate for the effective operation of the HR function – Health and Safety, Quality, Finance, Procurement, IT, Transport, Plant, Stores, Insurance etc.
  • Develop and maintain an open relationship with the Directors and other key personnel appropriate for the effective execution of the role.
  • Build effective relationships with appropriate external bodies



  • 2+ years of demonstratable experience in human resources analytics
  • Expert with various HRIS applications
  • Must have excellent analytical skills
  • Skilled in using statistics to developing employee training and retention programs
  • Knowledge of employment law and best practice across Ireland, Northern Ireland, England and Scotland
  • Ability to adapt quickly to changing priorities
  • CIPD Qualification preferred (but not essential)
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Demonstrated computer skills and MS Office skills, especially word, PowerPoint, email and excel
  • Ability to work unsupervised, demonstrate initiative, strong communication, interpersonal and communication skills
  • Supportive personality, flexible and helps team members
  • Ability to travel to other office locations as and when required


Position:                                      HR Officer


Reporting to:                              HR Advisor


Location:                                     GHQ Cloverhill & requirement to travel to other work locations.