HR Advisor (CIPD support available)

Role:  HR Advisor

Department: Employment Law

Location: Wilmslow, Cheshire

Full-time, permanent 

Salary: £25,000 – £30,000

The Role

Want to progress your career to become a HR/Employment Law Consultant?  We are delighted to launch our new bespoke to you, development programme for current HR/ER professionals, where you will learn more in one year with us than you will in five years somewhere else.  And what’s more, we’ll support you through your CIPD qualification.

We are Citation. We are far from your average service provider.  We have leading colleague and client engagement rates because we are a nice bunch who get on and really care about our service.  We don’t do office politics or “that’s not my job”.  We listen, support, take ownership and succeed.  We have an open and transparent culture and share business insight right across our business – we are not hierarchical and do not believe that Senior Managers have all the answers.

Working as part of our Employment Law and HR advice team, you will be surrounded by highly experienced HR consultants and employment law solicitors to learn from.  But this is not just about your technical expertise, we only employ professionals with personalities who are dedicated to client care.

We’ve grown quickly and our clients really value our support so this does mean that your day will fly by.  You will be busy with client calls and correspondence – so you’ll need to be resilient enough to cope with that feeling of ‘there just aren’t enough hours in the day’ sometimes.  Some days it will be hard but you’ll be supported through by your colleagues and you will look back and say “look how far I’ve come”.  Importantly, we don’t expect you to work long hours or to take work home with you and we know that whilst you can do anything, you can’t do everything.


Responsibilities & Duties 

Our client base covers a wide range of UK industries and businesses, so no two days are the same. As your development progresses, you will see a case through from start to finish, building up relationships with your clients.

We will support you to enable you to provide end to end advice to our clients on a wide range of employment law and HR issues such as terms and conditions, disciplinary and grievance, sickness and absence, performance and misconduct, TUPE, redundancy, discrimination, dismissal, employee relations, recruitment etc.


The Person

  • You will have experience of working in HR or from a legal background and have a graduate level qualification.
  • A good around overall technical expertise is crucial and we will support you with the rest!
  • Tact, diplomacy, an eye for detail and excellent oral and written communication skills are essential
  • Display integrity and professionalism at all times
  • Be self-motivated and able to work with autonomy.


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