Want to be a part of something special? | How about the Island's biggest team?

Heron & Brearley is the Isle of Man's leading hospitality and retail group. We're also the Island's biggest employer. Surprised? Well, when you consider we're a group spanning brewing, pubs and bars, convenience stores and post offices, brands and logistic, all supported by substantial central admin, marketing and human resources operations, it all starts to make sense and so does kick-starting your career with us. Our range of businesses means that we can offer a huge diversity of jobs and careers, backed by the stability of one of the Island's longest established companies. Which gives you choice, security, opportunities for career development and real pride in your job.

After all, at Team H&B, biggest really is best.


Human Resources Officer

  • Isle of Man


The main purpose of this role is to provide day-to-day generalist HR services and support to Heron & Brearley and its' associated businesses. All work should be completed in line with IOM/ UK legislation, best practice and H&B policies and procedures. The candiate will also be expected to assist the HR Manager with the effective delivery of HR activities in line with the company's HR strategy.

Key responsibilies include workforce planning, contracts and recruitment, employee welfare and engagement, data protection and assisting in on-going HR projects and strategy development. The successful candiate will also be asked to assist in legal compliance and payroll cover when required.

Another aspect of this role is being on the Social Club Committee. This includes playing an active role by attending meetings and planning events, maintaining appropiate records and internal communications with employees.


We offer a competitive salary and benefits within the security of a successful hospitality group with over 150 years of continuous operation. We also offer professional training and qualifications with excellent opportunities for onward advancement.

How to Apply

Candiates are expected to hold CIPD 'Certificate in Personnel Practice' or the relevant equivalent qualification. Ideally, the candiate will be a holder of the CIPD Level 5 qualification, part-qualified or willing to work towards it. The desired candiate must hold previous generalist experience within a HR function, including payroll. 

As well as displaying sound knowledge of HR Management issues and employment regulations, the successful candiate should be a confident communicator with the skill of managing internal & external relationships across diverse client groups.

To apply, please email your CV to

Closing Date

16 October 2017