HR Director

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As a leading international clinical and commercial manufacturer of biologics and pharmaceuticals, Cobra Biologics offers a broad range of integrated and stand-alone contract development and manufacturing services for clinical trials and the commercial market. We take pride in manufacturing excellence and being a trusted provider, delivering what we promise and helping our customers to develop drugs for the benefit of patients. Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer the Group HR Director provides strategic advice, guidance and leadership across the Cobra Group on all aspects of Human Resources. You will work with the Executive Leadership team and Site Management teams to ensure staffing levels are maintained to meet business requirements, HR and training strategy are delivered and all policies and procedures are legally compliant. All activities performed must be in line with Global and Site policies and the Code of Conduct. Main duties will include: Work closely with Cognate VP of People and Culture and Legal team to update on Cobra HR matters and to ensure successful implementation of Corporate policies. Assist and support management with staff planning and staff resource requirements, ensuring they remain within agreed limits Monitor budgeted people costs and provide feedback and guidance to the Site Management Teams. Monitor and control additional people and training cost requests which are outside approved budgets. Oversee the planning and co-ordination of training requirements across the Group, to enable the Company to set the annual training budgets and ensure continuous development and improvement. Oversee the review of employment benefits and occupational health provisions within the UK sites on an annual basis and provide information to the Finance group as required. Provide staff and management teams with advice and guidance on employment law matters and Company HR procedures. Oversee the recruitment, development and performance of staff within the Company to include the appropriate succession planning. Monitor key performance indicators, including staff retention and absenteeism, and provide advice, support and training to management to control acceptable levels. Promote Cobra Biologics both within the scientific community and through local networks Line management of Human Resource team members within the UK sites including recruitment. mentoring, coaching and training. Understand and lead on all aspects of GDPR within the HR setting across the Group. You will be educated to CIPD level 7 or equivalent, with extensive previous HR experience at a strategic level. Chartered CIPD Membership at Member or Fellow level would be preferred. You will demonstrate the ability to develop business objectives and partner our exec team and have previous experience of managing mergers and acquisitions. Previous experience of providing HR management at international sites, particularly within Northern Europe or the USA would be highly desirable. The role requires leading a small team in multiple sites, therefore experience of managing teams in multiple locations is essential. In addition, you will have excellent communication and presentation skills, provide clear information and advice and portray a professional image at all times. This role will be based at Keele, Staffordshire, however, the role will require regular travel within the Group. Fields marked * are required CV Upload * Maximum file size - 2MB. Allowed extensions - .doc, .docx, .pdf Maximum file size - 2MB. Allowed extensions - .doc, .docx, .pdf By submitting your application you consent to us contacting you in relation to employment with Cobra. All candidate information is stored safely in a third party recruitment portal and retrieved for the purposes of the job application only. Candidate information will not be passed to any third party suppliers and will be deleted after six months. Please tick the box to confirm you agree to the above and that your application can be stored for a period of six months. *

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