Company & Role Overview
The role is an area HR manager 9-month contract position covering 9-5 hours in an adult services company, a successful candidate will be expected to lead a HR team in an adult services company. The role is a mixture of office and blended work located in the north of England; however regular travelling can be required.
- The candidate will be expected to lead and perform alongside with the Area Manager and managers.
- Handle a variety of complex employee affairs casework, such as adherence, complaint, absence, ability, rearranges.
- To deliver professional assistance and guaranteeing well-timed resolution of all people matters.
- Help in managing occupational health referrals and offering advice to managers on how to appropriately use the information.
- Support the review, progression, execution of HR policy and procedure.
- Routinely attend team management meetings and HR meetings.
- Deliver KPI and HR material including illness, job openings, revenue, to the company to assist in decision making.
- Check personnel documents are updated in agreement with legal and audit constraints, such as disclosure checks and right to work documents.
- Complete HR projects requested by the Head of HR.
- Assist with the job review process of job descriptions.
- Line manage HR team in region.
- The candidate will need to carry out any other activities that are not mentioned here but are required by the role.
Important Requirements (Essential)
- Degree level candidate or equivalent.
- Experience of delivering HR advice and assistance to managers on a variety of employee affairs within an educational environment.
- MCIPD or Associate member working towards a full membership of CIPD.
- Successful experience in controlling a wide range of HR casework through to end result.
- Experience in the social care sector
- Experience of HR policy, approaches, and management of projects.
- Experience in managing and supervising staff members.
- Past successful experience in advocating anti-discriminatory working procedures.
- Capable of managing and influencing opportunities for constant development and transformation.
- Valuable writing and oral communication and engage with staff in presentations.
- Able to cope with tough and sensitive circumstances in a professional way.
- Capable of sustaining and improving functioning systems, guidelines, and processes.
- Capable of managing own workload and sustain development on a variety of issues alongside handling conflicting interests.
- Ability to understand employment legislation.
- Able to generate and investigate management data to support the company’s decision making.
- Current understanding of employment legislation and HR best practice.
- Understanding existing concerns the social care charitable sector are dealing with.
- Proficient user of computerised HR Information systems.
- Knowledge of job evaluation systems.