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We have an exciting opportunity for someone to join the Magic Breakfast team as we expand our efforts to reach more children at risk of hunger in the UK. In the past year we have doubled the number of schools we work with and tripled the number of children we reach each school day. All this growth means that we need to expand our HR team.
The HR Adviser’s role will be to work with the HR administrator to deliver a brilliant, responsive and proactive day to day HR processes across all elements of the employee lifecycle with a particular focus on recruitment, induction, onboarding and learning & development. If this sounds like something you'd enjoy, apply today!
Key essential criteria:
- Experience of providing an excellent, people centred candidate and employee experience
- CIPD Level 5 qualification or equivalent or already studying towards the relevant CIPD qualification with significant work experience
- Passion and commitment to Magic Breakfast’s aim of alleviating morning hunger as a barrier to learning for children in the UK and understanding of the challenges faced by families and children with respect to morning hunger.
Please see the attached Job Description and person specification for full details of the role.
We have a firm commitment to encouraging fairness and diversity in our workforce and we encourage applications from people who identify as Black, Asian or from a Minority background, who are underrepresented in our organisation.
Closing date for applications 6th February 2022
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
The RCR is a great place to work, with an ambitious agenda. At the forefront of the health agenda, our members diagnose and treat cancer, heart disease, stroke and more, while leading on innovations including AI, skills mix and community diagnostic hubs. As COVID-19 recedes and the cancer backlog rises up the agenda, our members’ work and views have never been more important.
This is an exciting opportunity to join an ambitious HR team, looking to redefine the way human resources adds value to organisations by implementing innovative HR practices and initiatives, allowing the RCR and its people to perform at their absolute best. As a team we value an evidence-based approach in achieving this, utilising data to measure the impact of our work.
We are looking for an experienced and switched-on HR professional to join the team in the position of HR Business Partner (HRBP). The successful applicant will have good knowledge of the range of HR and L&D disciplines, with a real understanding of how they contribute to business success. They’ll be confident and credible, able to establish great, trusting working relationships, gaining the respect of staff and managers in all aspects of their work.
At the RCR, we’ve built a HR team that values the benefit teamwork and diverse thinking brings, we like to be creative in how we solve problems and work at the cutting-edge of industry standards, ensuring everything we do adds value to the business and our employees. The HRBP will play a key role in all of this, contributing to the achievement of the people strategy by delivering and developing specified HR and OD functions and services across the RCR. The role is varied, with a focus on operational delivery, project work and partnering with and advising managers. As such, each day will be different, but the goal will be the same, whether you’re: compiling and reviewing PDR’s to develop training plans; reviewing payroll; advising managers; conducting exit interviews; updating policies; writing management reports; researching new initiatives or managing projects, you’ll be doing it with the aim of making our people’s working lives the best they can be, and in turn enabling the RCR to reach new hights, delivering on it’s ambitions and improving imaging and cancer care for all.
HR Business Partner
As HR Business Partner at the Cardinal Hume Centre, you will work across the organisation providing operational support to service managers and teams across the Centre, delivering a full range of HR services for the employee lifecycle, including employee relations, leading on change management projects, supporting with delivery of learning and development initiatives and a broad range of business as usual activities. You will be contributing to the delivery of strategic projects and implementing key activities arising out of these projects.
Already an accomplished HR Business Partner, you will be able to hit the ground running, offering people management support and work in conjunction with the HR Officer and Volunteer Coordinator.
HR Business Partner Responsibilities:
• Provide business as usual operational expertise and support the delivery of HR strategies.
• Support and coach service managers with a range of employee relations cases.
• Develop and maintain strong collaborative relationships at all levels across the Centre, by understanding key organisational objectives in order to define, create and deliver effective HR solutions.
• As the Centre HRBP, you will advise employees, coach managers and deputise in the absence of the Head of HR.
• Support the Head of HR in HR strategy and compliance through its Personnel Sub Committee and in line with the Centre direction as identified in its Business Plan 2020-2023.
• Oversee the work of the HR Officer and Volunteer Coordinator, offering coaching and support to aid their professional development.
• Deliver learning and development initiatives to enable the Centre newly developed PDP process.
• Support the implementation of the HR strategy through regular reporting of data and key performance indicators to the Senior Management Team and Board
HR Business Partner Requirements:
• Up-to-date, working knowledge of employment law, being CIPD qualified or equivalent or demonstrable relevant experience in HR, Volunteer Engagement, Learning and Development.
• General knowledge and awareness of the issues around youth and family homelessness.
• Experience as a Senior HR Advisor or HRBP in small or medium sized organisation, leading on a range of HR, L&D projects.
• Coaching line managers and working with a senior management team on complex employee relation cases.
• Leading on change management projects and supporting managers/SMT through organisational change.
• Previous involvement in Diversity and Inclusion employee engagement initiatives.
• Supporting HR strategy and reporting on team objectives or KPI’s.
• Level 5 CIPD qualified or Degree in Human Resource Management and at least 3 – 5 years’ experience working at a senior level in HR
• Experience of working in a charity or organisation working with vulnerable people would be desirable as would previous experience with Breathe HR system and if not evidence of knowledge of similar HR systems
About the Cardinal Hume Centre:
The Cardinal Hume Centre works to prevent and tackle youth and family homelessness. The Centre prides itself on its welcome and person centred approach. We have six principal services: residential services for homeless young people; family support; housing and welfare rights advice; employment support; learning; and immigration advice and advocacy. The Centre is based within five minutes’ walk from Parliament but it is also in the borough with the highest level of rough sleeping in the Country. With an annual income in the region of £2.9 million, the Centre currently employs around 60 members of staff. We also benefit from a loyal supporter base and the generous contribution of many volunteers.
Location: London/Home Based
Contract Type: Fixed Term – 12 Months
Hours: Full Time
Salary: £35,000 per annum
Benefits: 24 days, 26 after one year’s service, 28 after two years’ service, stakeholder pension scheme and will match employee contributions up to a maximum of 6%, Season Ticket Loan is available.
We are always looking for talented people from all backgrounds, to join us and help improve the lives of homeless young people, insecurely housed families and their children. We particularly want to encourage people from under-represented groups to consider applying to work or volunteer with the Cardinal Hume Centre.
You may also have experience in the following: Head of HR, Human Resources, HR, Head of Human Resources, Organisational Development, HR Director, OD, Employment Law, CIPD, Consultant, Senior HR Manager, HRBP, Director of Human Resources, Strategy, Employee Relations, HR Business Partner, Charity, Charities, NFP, Not for Profit, etc.
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Senior Disability Business Partner
We are Business Disability Forum (BDF). We believe the 26 million people in the UK and over 1 billion people worldwide with disabilities and long-term conditions enhance the social and economic health of our societies. We help remove barriers in business structures and Government that prevent disabled people from thriving and making their contribution to the world.
We are unique. There are many great disability charities and disabled persons’ organisations. Our niche is our expertise in disability as it affects business.
To engage with and develop productive working relationships with the BDF membership helping to further their disability agenda over time using our knowledge, member services and paid for products where appropriate. Senior Business Disability Partners have direct responsibility for their assigned Partners.
- Experience of providing business support/coaching to experienced professionals.
- Experience of providing consultancy, training and advice on disability related issues
- Experience of working in or with business (private sector).
- Able to build and maintain networks, strong interpersonal skills.
- Knowledge of disability legislation and application in the workplace.
For the full job description and person specification of this role and instructions on how to apply please visit our website below via the button below:
How to apply
Applications should be by CV and a supporting statement, of up to 400 words, detailing why you think you would be suitable for the role. If you require any adjustments to the application process please contact Barnaby Powell as set out below. Applications should be addressed to Barnaby Powell, HR & Office Manager, Business Disability Forum, Nutmeg House, 60 Gainsford Street, London SE1 2NY. If you are submitting your application by email please do so to barnabyp @ businessdisabilityforum .org .uk
- Closing date for applications: Sunday, 6 February 2022
- First interviews are planned for TBC.
- Second interviews are likely to take place in the week commencing TBC.
Business Disability Forum is committed to ensuring that all its information, products and services are as accessible as possible to everyone.
If you wish to discuss anything in regards to accessibility or if you require alternative formats please contact Barnaby Powell by email at the address above or by telephone on 020-7403-3020.
For further information on Business Disability Forum please refer to our website via the button below.
We are committed to becoming disability-smart and an employer of choice irrespective of race (which includes colour, nationality and ethnic or national origins), sex, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital or civil partnership status, age, disability, or pregnancy and maternity. The ethical and business case of ensuring that our workforce is representative of wider society is at the heart of what we do. When we are recruiting, disabled candidates who meet all of the essential criteria will be offered an interview.
My client, a fantastic not-for-profit provider of residential social care now has a rare opportunity for an experienced Human Resources Business Partner to join them on permanent, full-time basis.
As HR Business Partner you will join an established and highly professional team of HR colleagues supported by great HR infrastructure, systems and practices, to provide expert HR support to a multi-site group of care homes across the South-East of England. You’ll partner closely with the Regional Operations Manager and their local management teams to provide expert strategic and operational support across the spectrum of people-related issues. This will include everything from resolving complex employee relations cases, through to a wide range of project work involving the development of attraction retention, workforce and succession planning strategies, wellbeing initiatives and much more.
This role will support a number of care homes situated across the South-East of England, so will suit someone with previous experience of operating in a similar regionally-focused, multi-site role and who is ideally based themselves within the region. You’ll also need to be an experienced driver with a full driving license and be willing to work occasional unsociable hours if required. Whilst previous experience in a similar social care setting would be preferable, my client will also consider candidates with experience in other highly regulated environments who can demonstrate a genuine interest in working in the social care arena.
To be considered, you will also require:
- CIPD qualification or be qualified by equivalent experience
- Considerable HR Management/Senior HR Adviser experience gained in a similar regionally focused, multi-site environment
- Management of complex ER issues
- Preparation of ET claims
- Up to date knowledge of UK Employment Legislation
- Excellent communication skills and relationship building skills
- Ability to think innovatively and with a sound business approach
- Full UK driving License
- Knowledge or experience of Social Healthcare regulations preferred
In return you can look forward to joining an incredibly values-led organisation and a friendly and highly supportive team and receiving a generous salary package that includes competitive salary, car allowance, mileage allowance, pension, medical and dental insurance and generous annual leave entitlement.
Please note – first interviews are currently scheduled for 21st January. Application is by way of an up-to-date CV and covering letter, so please get in touch ASAP for further details.
Please also note - due to legislative requirements the successful candidate will need to demonstrate that they have been vaccinated with a complete course of an authorised Covid vaccine or evidence a medical exemption.
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Sense has fantastic opportunities for you to join us as HR People Partner. You will be based in London or Birmingham with hybrid working. We are happy to talk to you about flexible working.
Our People Partners provide high quality and timely people insights, coaching and support. Each People Partner works with the leadership team for one of our directorates. You will partner leaders and managers to influence and drive forward their strategic objectives.
Sense People Partners help develop initiatives to support the effective delivery of our People strategy and Sense’s organisational strategy.
You will support leaders in developing high performing and engaged teams and will coach managers to enable them to get the best from their people.
Key Responsibilities to include;
Deliver a proactive, customer focused people partnering service to the leadership team, advising on strategic and operational people issues.
Identify current and emerging people trends and develop innovative, pragmatic solutions to resolve them.
Lead organisational development and change programmes.
Coach leaders and managers to develop their people management skills.
Champion Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) and work with the EDI Lead to embed effective local action plans.
Lead local implementation and monitoring of People initiatives and policies.
Lead on an HR specialism acting as the department’s professional lead and undertake organisation wide projects.
Develop and implement clear, accessible HR policy, procedure and tools.
Actively support our commitment to safeguarding.
CIPD level 5 or equivalent work-related experience
Proven experience of delivering customer focused business partnering, proactively partnering leaders to build high performing teams.
Substantial experience in a generalist role including resourcing strategies and employee relations.
Demonstrable commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion with experience of supporting an organisation’s delivery of EDI strategy.
Proven experience of effectively managing and implementing people-centred projects.
Up to date knowledge of employment law and HR best practice.
A full role profile and person specification is attached below
For everyone living with complex disabilities. For everyone who is deafblind. Sense is here to help people communicate and experience the world. We believe that no one, no matter how complex their disabilities, should be isolated, left out, or unable to fulfil their potential.
Working at Sense can be incredibly rewarding; we offer the opportunity to work in a large, diverse and successful charity where people can develop their skills, knowledge and careers in a supportive and flexible environment. In addition, we have excellent training and development, the opportunity for you to join our Group Personal Pension scheme and a generous annual leave entitlement.
Take a look at the video below to see why we do what we do.
Reporting to the Talent Acquisition Manager, this role is responsible for supporting the Business to win and deliver projects by proactively sourcing suitable contractors for specific project opportunities. It is anticipated that the role will be 70% bid/proposal resourcing and management and 30% active/current resourcing ie backfilling personnel who have resigned from projects that are currently live.
* Extensive experience of resourcing in an international development context
* Able to identify and source suitable candidates using a range of sources, in line with requirements communicated by the Business. Carry out a selection process in line with policies and guidelines
* Able to administer a database for comprehensive record keeping and retrieval
* Strong understanding of the due diligence process ensuring compliance with guidelines
* Able to build and maintain relationships with contractors
* Able to delegate as appropriate, ensuring that team members are well managed and supported
We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced HR Manager to join our high performing, collegiate HR team. You will help drive the growth of our organisation and help Climate Group stay at the cutting edge of climate action.
Based in our Headquarters in London, the role is international in scope, and will support both established offices and new locations starting up. This is a broad-based generalist role, with the opportunity to also take a lead on Recruitment and Reward across the group, contributing to shaping strategy as well as delivering excellent value and services to the organisation.
We welcome applicants with generalist HR experience as well as those with background in Recruitment/Talent Acquisition.
About The Climate Group
The Climate Group drives climate action. Fast. Our goal is a world of net zero carbon emissions by 2050, with greater prosperity for all.
We focus on systems with the highest emissions and where our networks have the greatest opportunity to drive change. We do this by building large and influential networks and holding organisations accountable, turning their commitments into action.
We share what we achieve together to show more organisations what they could do. We are an international non-profit organisation, founded in 2004, with offices in London, Amsterdam, New Delhi and New York. We are proud to be part of the We Mean Business coalition.
About the role
This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced HR Manager to join a leading international climate NGO. You will be working in a small HR team with high levels of autonomy and the ability to make a visible difference. As part of the team you will be responsible for delivering effective HR services to the organisation, as well as leading on specific areas and projects. The role will report to the Head of Global HR.
This role will suit candidates with previous generalist HR experience, particularly those with experience of standalone roles in SME organisations. You should be proficient at prioritising and managing multiple activities, with great attention to detail and excellent communications skills.
You will be based in The Climate Group’s headquarters in central London and be working with teams in the UK office as well as liaising with our regional offices in China, India, Netherlands and USA.
You will be able to demonstrate a track record of delivering an efficient and effective HR service by leading, advising and executing in a generalist role. You must be an excellent communicator with integrity, discretion and the ability to develop trust with all staff and managers. You will be an adaptable self-starter with a hands-on, proactive attitude who seeks feedback from colleagues to ensure continuous improvement in everything you work on.
- Experience working in generalist HR role, in an international context
- Up to date knowledge of UK employment law and experience of managing a wide range of employee relations situations
- Experience of designing recruitment strategies and hands on recruitment at student and experienced level
- Experience of reward and recognition approaches and benchmarking. Numerate and analytical
- Organised and methodical approach to working towards multiple deadlines with attention to detail
- Excellent interpersonal skills, including the ability to interact with a wide range of stakeholders
- Strong written and verbal English
- CIPD HR Management qualification (Level 5)
- Experience in using HR software, ideally People HR
- International HR experience (ideally US, India and/or China)
- Experience working in the not-for profit sector
You will be employed at our London headquarters. As we are currently in the process of moving to a new permanent London location (Zone 1), our staff are utilising the use of our temporary office near Borough. From October 2021, we have adopted a phased flexible blended approach of working 2 days in the office and 3 days working from home. Once we move to a permanent office (Q1 of 2022) this will be 3 days in the office and 2 days working from home. Some international travel will be required.
Terms & Conditions
This is a permanent position, and whilst likely to be full-time we are open to consider flexible working arrangements (e.g flexible hours, part-time).
The salary for this position is £36,000-£44,000 per annum based on experience.
In addition to the salary, the role holder will benefit from:
- 25 days’ holiday pro rata, plus public holidays; additional leave following three and six years’ service
- 10% non-contributory pension scheme following three months’ service
- Private healthcare and Cash Plan on completion of probation
- Life Assurance
- Wellbeing allowance
- Season ticket loan
- Bike loan
- Volunteering day on completion of probation
How to apply
Please visit our website for further infromation and to apply.
Applications for this position should come in the form of a CV and cover letter. The application process is open until filled so we welcome and encourage early applicants.
The requisite eligibility criteria, or work visa to work in the UK are a requirement for this position and no relocation and/or sponsorship costs will be borne by the Climate Group.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Equal Education is a social enterprise with the aim of improving educational outcomes for the most vulnerable students in our society - those who are in our care system and those with SEND (Special Educational Needs and Disabilities). We believe by working with the most disadvantaged and vulnerable groups, we can lift society as a whole.
As a team, we are passionate about our cause. We are problem solvers who have turned our attention to being ambitious about solving a complex and demanding social problem, using technical innovation to underpin social innovation. We work with hundreds of qualified teachers to provide academic, subject specialised and individual tutoring for children who are looked after and those with SEND.
Our success relies upon a strong operating foundation and people who are motivated by a strong desire to make an impact in the lives of those whose current needs are not being met by the education system.Our core team is small, formed of the two co-founders and 14 operations staff. With a lot of growth expected in the space of the coming months, we plan to expand our team this year.
With a proven operating and impact model, we are growing our community of talented staff to further scale our impact in the UK and overseas. We are seeking a diligent and self starting People Partner who can work with our Co-CEOs to create, develop and execute a new people plan and vision for our organisation.
You can read more about our work and impact in our blog section of our website.
About the role
As we evolve into a small - medium size social enterprise, we are looking for an experienced HR professional who can play a leading role in building a strong team and culture to achieve continued sustainable growth. You will apply your skills and experience to help us lay some HR foundations, put our People Plan into action, implement Learning & Development opportunities for all staff and assist management in recruiting, developing and retaining staff in a culture in which all staff can thrive. This is a great opportunity for a generalist HR professional who is ready to roll their sleeves up and lead on all aspects of HR for Equal Education.
Key roles and responsibilities:
- Lead on the recruitment of new staff, managing the advertisement, assessment and selection process from start to finish with hiring managers.
- Develop a hiring equality and diversity policy, with ongoing monitoring.
Performance management and reward
- Develop and embed a performance review framework and compensation & benefits review process, with clear timelines and frameworks, and support managers to run them effectively.
- Review and suggest improvements for the total reward offer for Equal Education.
- Assist the Management team with the development of a key performance indicator framework for each team.
- Support team leaders with the management of employee relations, including absence management, parental leave, performance management, capability management etc., partnering with external legal counsel, as required.
- Ensure staff policies, including our employee handbook, are up-to-date, fit for purpose and in line with current employment law, and ensure all employees are up to date with any change in policy.
Talent, learning and development
- Develop a learning & development framework, including clear processes for the onboarding and continued development of Equal Education staff.
- Drive talent management and succession planning for the team.
- Build managerial capability with regards to effective people management.
- Help embed a culture of engagement, mental health and wellbeing by taking a lead on providing wellbeing support and initiatives.
- Lead the execution of employee engagement surveys, including analysis of results and making recommendations for further improvements to the Senior Management Team.
- Support the development of an internal culture in which each employee feels valued and aligned with our mission and purpose.
- Coordinate with the Finance Director regarding the administration of staff remuneration, overtime, parental leave, etc.
- Partner with external HR systems provider, as required, to ensure all staff personal details and records are accurate and up to date, in line with data privacy standards.
- Manage reference requests.
- Responsibility for employee contract administration.
Essential experience and skills
- Experience in a standalone or small team environment, with the ability to lead the HR function as part of Equal Education’s mission, both from an operational and strategic perspective.
- Expected to hold a bachelors’ degree and have at least 5 years Human Resources experience. Ideally will be CIPD qualified/part qualified, or equivalent qualification.
- Demonstrable experience in HR advisory/partnering roles for SMEs, ideally supporting start-up or growth businesses.
- Strong understanding of UK employment law (with knowledge of South African employment law being a bonus).
- Demonstrable experience in developing highly effective teams, ideally in a growth environment.
- Solid understanding and demonstrable experience of management development and coaching, reward, talent management, performance management, recruitment and selection, on-boarding and off-boarding i.e. all aspects of the employee lifecycle.
- Superb communication skills with the ability to build rapport quickly with key stakeholders.
- Self-starter who can take the lead to deliver on key objectives and initiatives as set out in the People Plan.
- A professional and innovative approach to HR, partnering with leadership to drive employee engagement, underpinned by great development and a culture of recognition.
- Right to work in the UK
Route to Application
We ask prospective candidates to;
- Submit a CV relevant to the above job description along with a covering letter that concisely summarises in no more than 3 points their relevance to the role.
- The covering letter should highlight clearly how many days a week the candidate is applying for (e.g. 3 days a week pro-rata or full time).
- Should consider this is not a totally remote role and any candidates unable to work some days in our London office will preclude themselves from the role.
- Please note applications which do not display relevant experience or are submitted without a covering letter will be automatically discarded.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Human Resources Manager
12 Month Fixed Term Contract
Manchester City Centre with some flexibility to work from home
The starting salary for this position is £37,452 per annum (plus contributory pension)
Join a Nobel Prize-winning organisation committed to creating safe and secure futures for women, men and children around the world. MAG works by finding and destroying landmines, cluster bombs and the explosive remnants of war and by advocating and campaigning on behalf of those whose lives are blighted by the lethal debris of conflict. Be part of this life-changing mission by joining MAG to help us free from fear some of the poorest and most vulnerable people in the world.
We are seeking a credible and confident HR Manager to join our dynamic Human Resources team. This is a broad generalist role in a fast-paced environment, leading on operational people management matters in support of our UK affiliated employees.
In this role, you will be responsible for delivering high quality operational HR services and advice across the full HR spectrum. Acting as a business partner, you’ll provide support to UK affiliated managers as a trusted adviser on complex people and performance management issues, change processes, compliance, liability and risk. You will manage a HR Officer, focussed on recruitment and selection and supporting you in generalist areas, as well as two HR Administrators, who provide administration services to the wider HR team. You will also have the opportunity to develop HR initiatives and projects, and add value that will assist in the delivery of MAG’s lifesaving work.
You will need to have a relevant HR qualification or equivalent, and experience in a generalist HR role, evidencing a wide range of HR skills. Experience of managing, delivering and continually improving operational HR services and processes will also be essential. You will also have demonstratable experience and expertise in managing end-to-end resourcing processes, dealing with complex employee relations issues, and providing reliable HR advice to managers. This is a fast-paced and challenging role, which will require high levels of initiative, pro-activeness and strong multi-tasking skills. You will need to demonstrate the ability to lead, motivate and develop a small team, and be a clear and influential communicator. You will also be a creative, flexible, solution-focused HR professional committed to MAG's goals.
In return, you’ll have the opportunity to work in a fast-paced environment, using your HR knowledge and experience to support MAG’s lifesaving work across the globe.
Please note that as part of MAG's commitment to safeguarding, this post is subject to background checks before an offer of employment is confirmed. For more information on MAG’s approach to background checks, please click here. You can also find more information in the candidate information pack, available through the link below.
MAG is committed to the principles of diversity, equality and inclusion. If you think you would be suited to one of our roles we would welcome your application regardless of your background. We strive to provide an inclusive and supportive working environment where all employees feel respected and supported in fulfilling their potential.
HOW TO APPLY:
For further information on the role, the application form and details of how to apply, please visit the MAG website by the closing date of Sunday, 13th February 2022.
We currently have an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic HR Advisor to join our HR Business Partner team on a fixed term contract for 12 months. You will join us working 35 hours per week and in return you will receive a competitive salary of up to £35,691.77 per annum plus excellent benefits
Cats Protection is the UK’s leading feline welfare charity with a nationwide network of adoption and homing centres, volunteer-run branches and charity shops. During 2020, despite the challenges, we helped 126,000 cats and kittens. That's the equivalent of around 345 cats a day!
The HRBP Team support and coach people managers across the whole organisation, from our front-line operational cat work and retail network to central departments including Veterinary and Income Generation. We play a key role in the application of people policies, employee relations case work, contributing to key project work and operational and strategic planning, and maintaining effective relationships with our customers.
Responsibilities of our HR Advisor:
As a HR Advisor you’ll be providing expert support, advice and guidance to managers and employees on all aspects of employment law and case work. You will be part of a remote based national team and be able to engage effectively with employees, managers and HR team colleagues in a remote working environment, travelling on occasions as required. You’ll provide day to day support and advice to line managers and employees on the full remit of employee relations matters, including a supporting role by coaching and mentoring managers to be able to fulfil their role as people managers on a day-to-day basis in line with CP policy and process.
What we’re looking for in our HR Advisor:
- proven background of managing employee relations case work and generalist HR experience in a multisite organisation
- experience of providing advice, support and coaching to all levels of management on all aspects of HR policy, employee relations matters (disciplinary, grievance, absence management, performance management, flexible working) and the ability to interpret and apply employment law
- good working knowledge of employment legislation and best practice to proactively problemsolve
- taking a proactive approach to wellbeing support, engaging with occupational health
- experience of change management and supporting managers and employees through change
- proven ability to multitask and work on your own initiative
- excellent interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to build and maintain relationships with a wide range of stakeholders
What we can offer you:
- salary of up to £35,691.77 per annum plus excellent benefits
- generous annual leave entitlement
- contribution pension scheme
- life assurance scheme
- range of health benefits
- Employee Assistance Programme
- and more
Join us as our HR Advisor and know you are helping to make a real difference to cats and kittens across the UK!
Unfortunately, we cannot accept applications or CVs that are emailed to us directly. Please note applications that are received after the closing date may not be responded to.
Closing date: 02 February 2022 - however we will be reviewing applications as they are received, so do apply early
Virtual Interview date: to be confirmed as required
Are you passionate about creating a fair world for everyone? As a Human Resources Manager you will be at the heart of building a strong and innovative VSO team. You will be responsible for providing HR advice, guidance and administrative support for the full spectrum of HR activity for all our employees based in the UK. It is an exciting time to join VSO and it will be a great new step in the HR career you've been looking for.
This role will suit candidates with generalist HR experience, particularly those with experience in global organizations. You should be proficient at prioritizing and managing multiple activities, with great attention to detail as well as have excellent communications skills.
We are looking for someone with strong relationship-building and interpersonal skills to interact with all levels of staff. Have experience in facilitating change and engaging people. Previous experience in coaching managers and managing recruitment and induction. Current knowledge of UK employment law and best practice, ability to use HR software and understanding of common UK compensation and benefits. The role is in our UK office, partly working from home.
To learn more about the role, read the detailed job description via our website https://www.vsointernational.org/about/careers/human-resources-manager-uk-a0m3z00000fsqcoaax
At VSO we believe progress is only possible by working together. Whether you want to join us as an employee, or as a volunteer working in your own country, overseas or online, our selection process includes an assessment based on these core competencies:
* Ability to be open minded and respectful
* Ability to be resilient and adaptive to new situations
* Ability to facilitate positive change and build sustainable working relationships
* Ability to seek and share knowledge
VSO promotes equal opportunities and values a diverse workforce.
About Morley College London
Established in 1889, and with our roots stretching back even further, Morley College London is one of the country's oldest and largest specialist providers of adult education. We provide long-term, sustainable and affordable programmes of lifelong learning across three centres – North Kensington, Chelsea and Waterloo – including 16-19 provision at North Kensington and Chelsea.
As one of only nine Specialist Designated Institutions (SDIs) in the UK, we serve more than 17,000 students through a coherent, student-centred course offer, underpinned by our mission to empower individuals and strengthen communities through education in Arts, Culture and Applied Sciences. Whether studying for personal development and well-being, to gain essential skills (English, Maths, IT), to access higher education, or for career development or change, our vision is for ambitions to be inspired and achieved through learning.
Following Morley College’s merger with Kensington and Chelsea College in February 2020, the College is reshaping its curriculum and professional service teams to facilitate an ambitious plan for development and growth. As the UK looks to a post-COVID recovery, Morley College London is more determined than ever before to support Londoners to learn, and so we’re looking for applications from talented individuals with energy and enthusiasm.
About the role
It’s an exciting time to join Morley’s People Operations Team. We are transforming from a traditional HR services function to People Operations, enabling our colleagues to deliver our vision of being a leading London college where learning together excites ambition and enables achievement.
As part of that transformation, we need two experienced HR Administrators to support and promote the improvement of performance and effectiveness of the College through people centered, human resource management practices.
You will be assisting the HR team in providing a professional HR service by providing high quality administrative support for all People Operations related processes including:
- To act as a first point of contact for all queries, including those received by email, through “Ask HR”, face to face and by telephone ensuring that all internal and external customers’ are dealt with promptly, professionally and given accurate information. Then to pass more complex queries to advisers and business partners as appropriate and meeting service standard response times.
- Respond to straightforward policy and process queries, providing appropriate advice and guidance in line with Morley policy, ensuring that urgent items are prioritised and that any issues are highlighted and resolved as quickly as possible; escalate to the HR Manager.
- To ensure hard and soft records are appropriately filed, accurate and kept up to date particularly in relation to recruitment and onboarding, pre employment checks, qualifications, staff development, payroll, change management and leavers.
- Using this information, to maintain the Single Central Record (SCR)
You should hold a Level 3 CIPD Diploma and possess up to date knowledge and understanding of HR best practice with a good understanding of employment law. Experience of using Access, the College’s HRIS System.
You must possess a high level of accuracy and attention to detail, as well as excellent communication, numerical and inter-personal skills. It is also essential that you are well organised and able to prioritise and schedule your work to meet key deadlines.
Benefits of working for Morley College London
The College offers a number of benefits to its staff including:
Benefits to support your wellbeing:
- Generous holiday entitlement of at least 30 days annual leave plus bank holidays, with a pro-rata entitlement for part time staff. (Holiday entitlement is dependent on type of contract)
- Access to College facilities including a subsidised refectory, staff room, library and access to a programme of exhibitions, performances and lectures that take place throughout the year.
- A range of family friendly policies and procedures.
- Access to an online Wellbeing Centre providing a host of resources to support your physical, mental and financial wellbeing.
- An Employee Assistance Programme that provides access to 24h confidential counselling to support yourself and immediate family.
Benefits to support you financially
- Access to defined benefits contributory pension scheme (Local Government Pension Scheme).
- A 75% staff discount on Morley courses.
- Access to hundreds of retail discounts from supermarkets and high street retailers both in store and online.
- Access to discounted rates to shops, businesses and services in the local area.
- Interest free season ticket loans.
- Interest free loans to purchase a bicycle and equipment to cycle to work. We also offer the “Cycle to Work” Scheme which is a scheme which allows you to “hire” a bike from the College and pay back through your salary to make tax savings of 32% or 42%.
- Free access to Microsoft Office software for home use, and discounted rates on other software.
If you are interested in applying for this role, please see the information below.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Are you an experienced HR Advisor with knowledge of working within a matrix organisation?
Greensleeves Care is currently recruiting for an HR Advisor to assist in providing a generalist Human Resources advisory service across our Residential Care homes within our South and West division.
About The Role
As our HR Advisor, you will assist in providing a proactive generalist Human Resources advisory service. This will include (but is not limited to) employee relations, recruitment, organisational development, policy development and interpretation; whilst driving best practices and ensuring compliance with all employment legislation across the division.
You will work with the Divisional Support Manager and Home Managers to provide advice in line with Greensleeves Care policies and processes. You will bring with you a sound knowledge of employment law and HR best practice to ensure advice and guidance provided is both accurate and up to date.
- You will hold a relevant CIPD qualification or equivalent experience
- Proven recent experience in an HR role providing general advice to managers and staff on a wide range of employee relations matters
- Thorough knowledge and understanding of employment legislation.
- Able to maintain confidentiality when working with sensitive issues
- Ability to work independently and as part of a team
The position may suit candidates who have a preference to travel to Care Homes in the South and West of the UK (Hampshire, Berkshire, Wiltshire, East Sussex and the Isle of Wight.)
What we offer
We are one of the most respected care charities in the UK. With 25 care homes and growing, we have more than 20 years’ experience in delivering exceptional care and we are excited about the next 20 years. Benefits packages include 33 days annual leave (inclusive of public holidays), a competitive salary, pension scheme, employee assistance programme, and much more.
To be part of this home and award-winning organisation please click the apply now! Interviews will take place W/C 24th January 2021.
Please note to apply for this position, candidates are expected to write a supporting statement to accompany their CV on how you meet both the Job Description and Person Specification.
The successful applicant will be appointed subject to providing evidence of NHS COVID PASS, ISA first and enhanced DBS disclosure. This post is not subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. Greensleeves Care is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community
Please note to apply for this position, candidates are expected to write a supporting statement to accompany their CV on how you meet both the Job Description and Person Specification.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
This is a new role and presents an exciting opportunity for the right candidate to join our team. You will be the recognised point of contact for Trust HR matters and will provide a comprehensive HR service which ensures that all employees and volunteers are equipped with relevant policies, processes, practices, and systems to foster a high-performance culture.
You will play a key role in helping to evolve, implement and bring to life the Trust’s new People Strategy. You can expect the role to be hands-on and you will work closely with the senior leadership team to deliver the strategic objectives contained within the strategy, which will help drive and support organisational improvement.
Your Roles and Responsibilities, but not limited to:
- Work closely with all departments, assisting line managers to understand, review, advise and implement HR policies and procedures.
- Be responsible for all HR systems, management, and development.
- Lead the recruitment process for new staff members, working with recruiting managers to develop job adverts and profiles, advertising job adverts, anonymising application forms, shortlisting candidates, inviting successful candidates to interview, and supporting recruiting manager on interviews and inductions.
- Research, build evidence studies and implement recruitment changes to improve the diversity of the workforce linked to the FA diversity code, and Trust EDI action plan.
- Advise and implement any changes to improve safer recruitment with the support of the Safeguarding Manager.
- Manage and support the Training and Workforce Development Officer to lead on developing and evaluating high-quality learning and development opportunities for the Trust.
You must have:
- Minimum level 3 CIPD qualified or verified equivalent experience in a similar role.
- Proven track record as a HR generalist, preferably in a senior role.
- An understanding of HR legislation.
- Good IT skills using Microsoft packages.
- Experience of using HR Information Systems
- Recruitment and Selection experience
- Experience of designing and writing HR policies, procedures, offers and contracts of employment.
- Excellent communication and inter-personal skills.
- Ability to support and influence all stakeholders across the business
- The ability to manage pressure and conflicting demands, prioritise tasks and plan own workload to meet deadlines.
- Able to deal with sensitive and confidential matters in a professional manner.
- To have the confidence and ability to communicate with people at all levels and represent Club in a professional manner at all times.
- Strong organisational and time management skills are essential. The role requires a pro-active, thoughtful, and structured approach whilst being flexible and responsive to meet the changing demands of the business.
- Meticulous attention to detail.
- A team player who is passionate about what they do and takes pride in getting the best out of others.
You ideally would have:
- CIPD Qualified in Level 5
- Knowledge and experience around Equality, Diversity and Inclusion and Safeguarding
- An understanding of the operations of a charitable organisation.
- Knowledge and understanding of the relevant DBS checks to undertake on specific roles, and experience of conducting checks.
Benefits in working for us:
- Chance to join an award-winning charity and work alongside colleagues who are determined to utilise the positive power of sport, physical activity and learning for social good.
- Friendly working environment
- Employee Assistance Programme
- Investors in People accreditation
- Opportunity to benefit from a range of training and development opportunities
- Free gym usage at our two Community Centres
- Flexible working environment
- 25 days of Annual Leave entitlement plus bank holiday’s
- Trust pension scheme
We are dedicated to fostering a diverse and dynamic working environment by building a team that represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills. The more wide-ranging we are, the better our work will be. We are committed to Safeguarding children and adults at risk. The necessary Disclosure and Barring Service check will apply to this post.