Senior HR Manager

Mid Group
Barking, London (Greater)
Up to £70k per annum, plus benefits (pro rata 21 hours per week).
20 Jun 2018
20 Jul 2018
Senior HR Manager - G1
Contract Type


The Mid Group is a new construction and consulting business, founded in 2015 by the current CEO and Chairman. 

The Mid Group prides itself on being a professional and forward thinking construction company, with a modern approach to construction.  Since starting, the business has rapidly grown to over £100m turnover in 5 years, entirely based on the quality and professionalism of our people. 

The Mid Group challenges accepted thinking in the construction industry, we push offsite and modern methods of construction and were recently announced Contractor of the Year 2018. 

The Role

A Senior HR Manager is required to provide strategic leadership and advice on all HR matters across the Mid Group.  Currently all HR matters are dealt with by the CEO, Managing Director and Financial Controller. 

It is therefore reasonable to assume that the person will need to establish a professional set up very quickly, as well as vetting the existing procedures and policies. The role requires someone who can come in and shape, then implement our approach to HR. 

The person will be the first point of call for any HR related matters, particularly supporting the Board in identifying any deficiencies or weaknesses in the business set up. 

The role is envisaged to be 21 hours per week, we are flexible as to how that is worked.  Flexible working is part of how the Group operates, with our focus more on outcomes, rather than inputs. 

The Mid Group invests heavily in training, supporting staff in everything from Apprenticeships at local colleges to Masters at Cambridge University.  The person will be required to advise the Board on any additional areas for investment in training. 

The Person

The person will be joining a fast growing and dynamic business, located in Barking, East London. 

The person is likely to be degree qualified, with several years' experience of working in HR at a medium to large organisation. 

The person will have a broad range of experience and will be able to turn their hand to a wide range of HR issues, advising the Board as necessary. 

Construction industry experience isn't essential.