HR Manager & In-housing Solicitor
Elaine Investment Management Ltd; is a global investment manager that offers responsive investment solutions to both institutional and individual investors. We are highly skilled in a broad spectrum of fundamental investment strategies and alternative investments.
As an investment partner, we provide you with custom solutions according to your business or personal needs.
With an investment over £30M, we manage a variety of properties from residential to commercial including our most important acquisition; a hotel in Central London as well as a portfolio of properties in China so that our business is growing fast and promises to become in one of the market leaders in the UK.
There are two post EIM can provide now which are HR Manager and In-housing solicitor.
1. HR Manager
The person will be reporting to the CEO and General ManagerJob Purpose / Summary:
The main purpose of the job is to manage the safety of the workforce and the development of a superior workforce. You will also be responsible for the development of the Human Resources Department for Elaine Investment Management Limited. You will implement an employee-oriented company culture that emphasizes quality, continuous improvement, and high performance and encourage personal ongoing development of the team.Salary
£24,000 - £35,000 paWorking Location
Office Based at 2 Windmill Street, London, W1T 2HX, (West end)Working Hours
40 hours a weekPersonal Requirements
Excellent communications, diplomatic and organizational skills
The ability to work under pressure and with personnel from all levels.
Tact and ability to deal with difficult situations
Good budgeting and IT skills
Thorough and up to date knowledge of UK employment legislation.
Typing speed should be starting from 40 wpm.
Be able to communicate in MandarinDuties
Manage the use of recruiters and headhunters.
Review Applicants to evaluate if they meet the positions requirements
Conduct pre screening interviews.
Maintain all pertinent applicant and interview data in the Human Resources Information System (HRIS)
Assist in performing reference and background checks for potential employees.
Writing and forwarding rejection letters.
Interviewing and selecting employee’s onsite.
Preparing and sending offer packages
Perform other special HR projects as assigned.
Implements human resources programs by providing human resources services, including talent acquisition, staffing, employment processing, compensation, health and welfare benefits, training and development, records management, safety and health, succession planning, employee relations and retention, legal compliance.
Making alterations and deductions to monthly salary with accounts.
2. In House SolicitorJob Purpose
The main purpose of the role is to advise the company on legal issues relating to buying and selling residential/commercial property, tenancy agreements, wills and probate as well as any other matter that the company has to address. Carry out researches and inquiries on legal matters to assure that all of actions taken and any reached agreements benefit the company and its partner businesses. It will also be required that the company is represented in any trial in court and in settlement negotiations when necessary.Job Requirements
Degree in Law (commercial or property litigation)
Minimum 5 years experience
Demonstrated ability to work independently and efficiently
Excellent communication skills both in verbal and written
Typing speed should be starting from 40 wpm.Personal Skills
Proven ability to cope with conflicts, stress and crisis situation
Have advanced leadership and organizational skills
Must have superior negotiating skills
Be resilient consistent, creative and efficientDuties
Advise the company on the regulations and legal issues relating to individual cases.
Elaborate drafts of documents, letters and contracts, adjusting them to the current regulations as well as to company’s needs.
Negotiate on behalf of the company to assure the outlined goals are achieved.
Make research and analyze documents and case law to ensure the accuracy of advice and procedure to be followed.
Supervise that the implementation of agreements are met.
Coordinate the activities and instruct of all individuals involved in legal issues of the company.
Lease with litigants and solicitors and attend meetings when required.
Act on behalf of the company in disputes and representing the company in court when required.
Instruct barristers or specialist advocates when they have to appear in court for complex disputes on behalf of the company.
Collect and prepare all the paperwork and files/ records to be handed to court.
Calculate claims for damages, compensation, maintenance, etc.
Be aware of any changes of law or new regulations that come into force through journals and law reports.
Provide advice and represent the CEO on private legal matters.Compensation & Benefits
Salary:35-45kWorking Hours: 40 per weekWorking Location: Office Based at 2 Windmill Street, London, W1T 2HXPlease send your CV to: email@example.com