- £30,000 per annum Pro rata - Permanent
A new and exciting opportunity has arisen in a successful and growing company in the City Centre for a Part Time HR Advisor.
- Monitor, review, and update HR policies in conjunction with the HR Consultant;
- Manage all recruitment campaigns, with the assistance of the HR Assistant, ensuring appropriate liaison with the relevant managers and agency contacts;
- Provide generalist HR advice, guidance, and support to all staff;
- Provide HR support to line managers on staff disciplinary, capability and grievance matters (escalating more complex issues to the HR Consultant);
- Carry out new staff inductions;
- Monitor sickness trends, ensuring remedial action is taken in accordance with company policy and that a proactive approach to absence management is facilitated in order to ensure a smooth return to work (escalating more complex issues to the HR Consultant);
- Ensure effective communication strategies are in place to achieve good employee engagement;
- Ensure health, safety and welfare policies and procedures are effectively implemented, in conjunction with the HR Consultant and PA to the Ombudsman;
- Line manage the HR assistant;
- Undertake any other such duties as may be required by SMT.
- To refer to other members of staff for advice when appropriate
- To act and comply in accordance with all Company policies and procedures
Working Relationships and Contacts:
- HR Consultant
- Deputy Ombudsman
- Adjudicator Managers
- Director of Operations
- Operations Manager
- Head of Finance
- Recruitment agencies
- Outside providers of health services, employee assistance programmes, web portals, printing, etc.
Skills and Experience:
A general level of education at degree or professional level, or the equivalent level of attainment gained through professional experience.
Human Resource qualified including associate membership of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD)
A sound understanding of the principles of good HR practice and some knowledge of employment law
A demonstrable record of success in previous roles
A working knowledge of computerised HR systems
Organisational and administrative skills
Personable with strong communication and relationship building capabilities across all levels of the business
Driven and determined
Practical and logical; able to solve problems quickly
Able to work under pressure, to prioritise workload and to meet deadlines
Experience of advising and working with senior members of staff
Willingness to train for advancement to a higher level
Ability to see gaps or weaknesses in current systems and work to correct and improve these
2.5 days per week (17.5 hours).
Salary (pro-rata of £30,000 per annum for full-time.)
All applications must be received by 5p.m. on Monday 23rd July