People Operations Advisor - 6 month FTC

Remote London, Greater London, England, United Kingdom

We're Osome - an international fintech startup making the lives of entrepreneurs easier. We help thousands of businesses kick admin, accounting and bookkeeping out of their day-to-day, so they can spend more time on what's important to them. We've developed a unique solution that combines SaaS with a human-in-the-loop approach to provide full-fledged services in real-time.

We're experiencing tremendous growth in both clients and team members. We have over 450 people in our global offices 🌎. We're looking for more bright minds who'd love to change the world by solving complex problems.


As our Osome People Operations Advisor you'll strive to provide accurate and practical advice and assistance on all aspects of HR and employment law tailored to meet business needs. You will work collaboratively with the rest of the team to work towards our company vision and values. A key part of the role is being able to handle a fast moving, constantly changing environment, you love collaboration and always have a positive outlook. 

You will be an integral part of evolving and upholding our vision, values and employee experience across the whole UK employee lifecycle. You'll be super organised with great people skills and passionate a O(awe)some employee experience.

N.B. this is a 6 month fixed term contract opportunity with the potential to go permanent thereafter.


What you'll do:

⭐ Partnering with Managers to ensure onboarding of the Newsomers over their first 90 days lives up to Osome expectations, sets them up for success and for passing their probation

⭐  Support employee performance management, tracking progression, training and making sure every Osomer is fulfilled and able to do the best work of their careers

⭐  Manage people admin duties such as contracts for new hires, letters, DBS and reference checks etc

⭐  Support development of Osome’s policies and compliance, ensuring clarity and acceptance within the team as these develop

⭐ Manage day to day general employee queries and issues including pay, performance, policies and procedures.

⭐ Provide support to Managers on any ER issues. Leads basic performance improvement, disciplinary and grievance meetings offering pragmatic solutions to resolve issues in a timely manner. 

⭐ Supports the visa application process for employees

⭐ Own the maintenance of data & employee changes in HiBob and looks at ways to continuously improve processes

⭐ Update monthly payroll sheet with any changes and liaise with the Finance team

⭐ Contribute to people projects and company initiatives such as running focus groups, mental health, Diversity & Inclusion, Benefits, preparing communications and data analysis and engagement ideas


Who you are:

⭐ Proven experience in a similar standalone People Advisor role

⭐ Passionate about People and Talent

⭐ Have excellent communication skills and experience collaborating with stakeholders

⭐ Appreciation and understanding of confidentiality and discretion when dealing with any people related activities

⭐ Exceptional attention to detail

⭐ Seeks new ways of improving people processes and outcomes. Always contributes to process improvements.

⭐ Confident leading onboarding for new hires and ensuring the necessary paperwork is completed promptly and accurately

⭐ Demonstrated success embodying and promoting a company’s brand

⭐ Comfortable using Google software and tools

⭐ Experience of using HRIS HiBob would be a huge plus


Our Benefits 🙌

Osome grows alongside you, but we already have a few perks:

⭐ The opportunity to join a goal-driven startup with big ambitions

⭐ The chance to be part of a dynamic global people team, and to help shape and define the way we work

⭐ An open, inclusive working environment, with founders deeply-rooted in the startup space

⭐ An agile working model focused on goals and performance

⭐ Amazing London City HQ , complete with roof terrace for those days that you want to work from the office.

⭐ Private medical insurance

⭐ 25 days holiday, plus bank holidays

⭐ Quarterly social events

⭐ Learning opportunities and mentorship from peers and leaders, including a yearly continuous professional development budget.

Fixed Term
£40,000 - 50,000

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