Are you interested in being a part of our team?

We believe that our team is the single most important factor in our success.

We aim to employ the very best in our specialism and to have a working environment which is positive and challenging, fast-paced, considered, committed, supportive and empowering.

As HR specialists, we know how important it is to achieve a good work-life balance and for employees to feel valued. We practise what we preach – for example by offering flexible working patterns which benefit our team members and our business alike.

See our latest career opportunities below. If you would like to find out more information, or if you would like to apply for a position at Reality HR, please contact Kate Scott by emailing her at: [email protected].

Current vacancies

HR Advisor - Part-time

Contract type: Permanent

Hours: 22.5 hours a week – to be worked across 3-4 days a week

Salary: £17,400 – £19,200 per year, plus profit-related bonus

22 days holiday (FTE, increasing to 25 days after 1 years service) plus health cash plan and wellbeing benefit

Hybrid working options

We’re Reality HR, a leading HR Consultancy providing flexible HR services that support the growth and success of the businesses we work with.

Our team is made up of talented professionals, who are highly skilled, motivated and dedicated. We are incredibly proud of our people; our team make the company what it is and all continuously strive to exceed client expectations and provide expert HR support.

We have an exciting opportunity for a part-time CIPD qualified HR Advisor as our team continues to grow. Are you looking for a HR Advisor role with a difference? Do you want a role which provides an abundance of variety and continual learning and development?

You will have a wealth of HR generalist experience and excellent interpersonal skills which you will use to build relationships and advise our clients on the appropriate course of action. Advice will cover the full range of HR topics including recruitment, engagement, performance management, disciplinary and grievance, redundancies and settlement agreements.

You will advise clients directly by phone, email and with written communications as well as supporting our HR consultants with project work.  The HR Advisor role manages a busy workload, supporting numerous clients and prioritising tasks as new work arises so excellent time management and the ability to manage your own workload are essential.

Our ideal candidate will:

  • be CIPD qualified to at least level 5
  • be an experienced HR generalist with robust and up-to-date knowledge of employment legislation in key areas
  • be able to demonstrate experience in conducting recruitment processes
  • have extensive experience in advising a number of line managers in a variety of HR areas, including disciplinary and grievance
  • have a commercial understanding and recognise how people issues affect business outcomes
  • be able to prioritise and make decisions based on the needs of the client
  • have administration experience of different sized payrolls
  • have worked with HR systems (Breathe HR, People HR etc)
  • be a team player who recognises the importance of working together
  • be accurate with a very good eye for detail
  • have excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to develop strong working relationships with our clients
  • have excellent communications skills which are easy to understand both verbally and in writing
  • have a keen commitment to client satisfaction

In return we will offer:

The opportunity to be part of our inclusive team of HR colleagues with plenty of continuous learning and development for you. No one day is the same with a diverse range of clients in a variety of different sectors; you will gain valuable and varied industry experience. Our offices in Basingstoke provide free parking and a café, with the option for hybrid working.

If you fit the criteria and would like the opportunity to be part of an award-winning organisation, please contact Nicola Gater by emailing [email protected].

HR Administrator - Part-time

Contract type: Permanent

Hours: 25 hours a week, to be worked across 5 days a week (Mon-Fri)  

Salary: £16,000 per year – £16,667 per year, plus profit-related bonus, (FTE, £25,000 per year)

22 days holiday (FTE, increasing to 25 days after 1 years service) plus health cash plan and wellbeing benefit

Hybrid working options

We have an exciting opportunity for a part-time HR Administrator as our team continues to grow. Are you looking for a HR Administrator role with a difference? Do you want a role which provides an abundance of variety and continual learning and development?

You will have a wealth of HR administration experience, with excellent interpersonal skills which you will use to build relationships with our team of Advisors and Consultants, as well as our clients. Administration support will be required across all HR topics including recruitment, new starter documentation and onboarding tasks, compliance documentation, training, engagement surveys, preparation of payroll and managing updates to HR information systems. There will also be a requirement to support the business with internal administration tasks, such as maintaining accurate data on our CRM system.

The HR Administrator will manage a busy workload, supporting numerous clients and the whole team, prioritising tasks as new work arises so excellent time management and the ability to manage your own workload are essential.

Our ideal candidate will:

  • be an experienced HR administrator with a strong skillset across all Microsoft packages, including Word, Excel, Powerpoint and Sharepoint
  • have a good standard of education, ideally to A level standard
  • be able to demonstrate experience in recruitment processes
  • have administration experience of payroll
  • have worked with HR systems (Breathe HR, People HR etc)
  • be a team player who recognises the importance of working together
  • be accurate with a very good eye for detail
  • have excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to develop strong working relationships internally and with our clients
  • have excellent communication skills both verbally and in writing
  • have a strong commitment to client satisfaction
  • flexible and adaptable to meet the challenges of the business

In return we will offer:

The opportunity to be part of our inclusive team of HR colleagues with plenty of continuous learning and development for you. No one day is the same with a diverse range of clients in a variety of different sectors; you will gain valuable and varied industry experience. Our offices in Basingstoke provide free parking and a café, with the option for hybrid working.

If you fit the criteria and would like the opportunity to be part of an award-winning organisation, please contact Jo Stevens by emailing your CV and covering letter to [email protected].

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