206 Hr officer or hr advisor jobs
The Trust’s vision is a world free of MSA and our mission is to find the cause and, ultimately, the cure for MSA. Until that day, we will do all we can to support people affected by MSA and to strive to ensure that they are not alone on their individual journeys. You could help us achieve this.
The Multiple System Atrophy Trust is seeking to appoint our sixth MSA Nurse Specialist/Adviser, who will cover London and South East England, as we continue to develop our UK and Ireland services. We have an extremely committed and friendly team whose ethos is to support people affected by MSA, helping one another proactively with workloads and enquires where possible.
Ideally, you will be a qualified registered nurse with at least two years’ experience of a specialist nursing role in the neurology sector, however applicants with other relevant experience will be considered. You will have great interpersonal skills and an understanding of what it takes to deliver quality information and advice to people affected by a serious progressive neurological condition. Experience of facilitating formal and informal training for other health and care professionals is essential.
Independent travel within the prescribed area will be required to attend clinics and regional Support Groups, as will occasional travel elsewhere in the UK for clinical supervision, team meetings and other Trust activities. This is fully reimbursed.
Hybrid working arrangement between MSA Trust London office (SE16 2XB) and home based (negotiable)
Please submit your CV and a covering letter explaining why you would be an ideal fit for this role. We look forward to receiveing your application
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
We are looking for individuals who will assess & develop clients’ employment potential, assisting them into meaningful employment alongside working with employers to facilitate this process through appropriate means. This is fixed term until May 2024
Main duties & responsibilities
- Working in conjunction with the Client Services team help identify clients who are ready to access employment.
- Where necessary complete Recovery Star reviews with individual clients.
- Prepare clients for employment by supporting the development of a CV, compiling Job Applications, undertaking interview practice, arranging, and assisting at interviews as and when required. Plus, all other elements as may be undertaken by a “Job Club”.
- Identify potential employment opportunities by working with local employers, other VCFS agencies, Jobcentre Plus and commercial employment agencies.
- Support clients with Welfare Benefit queries that may arise during the transition to employment.
- Complete regular reports for both internal departments and external organisations.
- Liaise internally with all Oakleaf departments & externally with other support agencies, Key Workers etc. where appropriate.
- Maintain databases, detailing all communication/actions relating to clients, practitioners & advisors with accuracy & in a timely manner.
- Contribute to the compiling of related departmental KPI’s through the collection of relevant data.
- Compile success stories and case studies.
- Contribute to the posting of relevant material on the organisation’s website and social media platforms.
Promotion & Marketing
- Promote Oakleaf’s services to other organisations & providers, developing & maintaining relationships to aid referrals & promotion.
- Attend events, meetings, conferences & networking opportunities as required to ensure Oakleaf’s continued presence in the local community.
- Ensure maintenance of a safe and efficient working environment in accordance with current Health & Safety legislation including the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974, COSHH Regulations, Environmental Health & EC Directives.
- Perform any other reasonable duties as may be requested by the Chief Executive.
This job description is an indicator of general areas of responsibility & will be amended in accordance with the changing needs of the organisation in consultation with the post holder.
Bond is the UK network for organisations working in international development. We unite and support a diverse network of over 400 civil society organisations to help eradicate global poverty, inequality and injustice. We strengthen and champion the sector to make international development more efficient and effective. We work to influence governments and policy-makers, develop the skills of people in the sector, share expertise, and build organisational capacity and partnerships. The safeguarding and HR adviser will lead the coordination and deliver Bond’s safeguarding work to secure sector-wide improvements in the quality and consistency of safeguarding in development assistance and humanitarian aid; and will be responsible for developing and delivering improvements to Bond’s internal HR policies and processes. Bond is looking for candidates with safeguarding and HR experience.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
I have an excellent opportunity for an experienced Policy Adviser to join an important charity who support victims of domestic violence. This position will pay between £40,000 and £45,000 per year depending upon experience and will report to the Director of People & Transformation for a period of 5 to 6 months.
You will be able to work fully remotely in this role and you will need to be able to start by the end of January 2022. This is an important role for the organisation and will require the post holder to review, update and develop new policies at the organisation, ensuring they are fit for purpose.
You will also work with the HR Systems Manager to ensure ease of use of the policies by developing simple online forms.
The ideal candidate will have experience of: -
- Reviewing, updating and developing new policies
- Implementing policies and advising on them
- Drafting policies through discussion with the HR team and wider client group to ensure suitability to meet requirements
- Delivery of training in the use of policies
If this sounds like the role for you, apply now.
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.
Job Description: HR Manager (part time)
Position in organisation: The job holder will be a member of the Management Team and report to the Chief Executive.
Location: The job holder will be based at Kidney Care UK's headquarters in Alton, Hampshire, with flexibility for some home working.
Hours: Up to 3 days a week
Responsible for: N/A
Salary: Up to £42k per annum, pro rata, depending on experience.
1. Job Purpose
Kidney Care UK is at a key point in its growth and development, and we have identified the need for a Human Resources Manager to provide advice, support and guidance across a comprehensive range of HR matters.
In this new role, you will work closely with the CEO and senior management team, the Staff and Remuneration Committee, heads of department and staff to provide a comprehensive HR service to the Charity, whilst managing and delivering strategic HR projects and helping to facilitate a positive and caring work and employee culture.
You will act as the in-house expert for all HR and employment related questions; ensuring all policies and procedures are compliant, proactively handle employee relations, coaching managers in the resolution of ER matters, advise on organisational restructuring, support managers in the recruitment & selection process, ensure effective onboarding and induction processes, maintain HR-related documentation, analyse HR data and coordinate annual appraisal processes and training budgets.
- Core tasks and responsibilities
- Review and develop existing HR processes, policies and procedures to ensure effective systems are in place to provide a quality, compliant and responsive HR service, including maintaining an up-to-date employee handbook.
- Provide advice and support to managers and staff covering a range of matters such as recruitment & selection, employee relations, performance management, absence and change management.
- To regularly review the Charity’s employee benefits package, including benchmarking against similar organisations in the Charity sector and make recommendations.
- Set up and maintain effective processes for all regular HR matters, including the managing and reporting on annual leave, absence management, personal development and annual staff appraisal processes.
- Provide HR support and guidance at investigation meetings and hearings, including supporting the preparation of cases, attendance and ensuring the production of formal minutes at hearings.
- To manage the contractual and day to to day relationships with external HR legal advisors
- Develop an effective and robust recruitment process to recruit, retain and develop staff and volunteers in line with the Charity’s vision & values
- Support all recruitment activity, arranging interviews, managing all relevant employment and DBS checks and issuing contracts of employment.
- To work with marketing and communication colleagues to develop and manage an effective internal communications system, including an annual staff survey.
- To oversee and support the delivery of the Charity’s new volunteering offer
- Oversee the job evaluation/benchmarking of roles across the Charity.
- Work with the SMT and managers to assess, review and develop management and leadership training and development
- Provide advice and support to managers in preparing business cases, structure charts and job descriptions for specific change processes
- Support the Chief Executive in the monthly provision of an indicators Dashboard
- To work in line with Kidney Care UK’s values and Code of Conduct
- To champion and promote best practice equality, diversity and inclusion policies and practices both in your area of work and the wider organisation.
- Other jobs as may be defined by the Director of Finance and Resources
- Person Specification
Qualifications and experience:
- CIPD (Level 5) or equivalent post graduate level qualification/training/experience - ESSENTIAL
- Up to date and thorough working knowledge of Employment Law and HR best practice - ESSENTIAL
- At least 3 years’ experience in a senior HR role - ESSENTIAL
- Experience of working for a charity or health related organisations - DESIRABLE
Skills and knowledge:
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills including report writing skills - ESSENTIAL
- Experience of managing difficult situations and working with those involved to devise workable solutions - ESSENTIAL
- Ability to build and maintain credibility across staff groups - ESSENTIAL
- Self-motivated individual capable of working on their own and as part of a team - ESSENTIAL
- Excellent interpersonal skills and a real people person - ESSENTIAL
- Ability to manage and prioritise a substantial workload handling issues effectively and efficiently - ESSENTIAL
- Have an understanding of and be able to demonstrate a commitment to EDI principles - ESSENTIAL
- Evidence of continuous professional development. - ESSENTIAL
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
- Home Based with some travel to Head Office required
- Up to £18,000 per annum based on experience
- 21 hours per week
Ben is the support service for people who work or have worked in the automotive industry. We support people with a wide range of issues; from support in a crisis to tips, advice and tools to improve health and wellbeing - at any stage of life.
As the HR Administrator, you will contribute to the delivery of a responsive and professional HR service to managers and colleagues across the organisation and provide comprehensive and efficient administrative support across the HR spectrum including recruitment, induction, HR systems and administration.
You will be required to provide comprehensive administrative support to the business in all aspects of the employee lifecycle from recruitment to exit and ensuring all paperwork relating to starters and leavers plus any changes to employees’ personal details and/or terms and conditions of employment is processed accurately and in a timely fashion, including processing offer documents. The job holder will be responsible for ensuring all pre-employment due diligence checks are carried out e.g. right to work, previous employer references, professional registration and DBS checks.
You will also assist in co-ordinating, maintaining and managing HR records for new and existing employees and also leavers in line with current statutory requirements relating to Data Protection and you will be responsible for producing people data that will be reported to line managers that includes absence and turnover statistics. The HR Administrator will also be required to respond to administration enquiries and requests for information from managers and colleagues, while complying with Ben’s policies and procedures at all times
To succeed in this role, you will have previous experience gained from working in an HR environment with experience of providing administrative support for HR tasks and processes, together with experience in analysing people data and an ability to report on the data collated using your Excel skills. Knowledge of best practice in HR; knowing what to do and how best to do it and an awareness of the general principles of employment law would be an advantage.
You will have good interpersonal skills and be able to demonstrate the ability to engage with a wide range of people, influence and handle sensitive situations, maintaining confidentiality where necessary and have the ability to problem-solve as and when required.
- 33 days holiday per annum including bank holidays
- Contributory pension scheme – matched at 4%
- Referral scheme
- Life assurance
- Discount on certain car brands
If this discribes you and you are ambitious and motivated and want to make a positive difference to people’s lives, get in touch with us.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
The post-holder will play a key role in ensuring that the operational and HR aspects of the SFT run smoothly. With an expanding team and increasing partnership work the post-holder will provide strong background support; bringing consistency, continuity and a high level of professionalism to the role.The post-holder will have day to day responsibility for HR tasks, internal policies and procedures, IT and systems management, internal communications, GDPR, insurance and office management. Alongside specific HR and operations responsibilities the post holder will also be required to provide general administrative support to the team from time to time.
- Recruitment and Retention:Oversee and administer HR systems and support recruitment processes and the onboarding of new staff, as may be required from time to time. Ensure Job Descriptions are up to date. Manage annual review process.
- Internal Communications: Ensure team members are regularly updated on relevant organizational changes and developments, with particular focus on ensuring remote working staff feel connected.
- Policies and Procedures:Oversee and implement SFT policies and procedures, working with others as required. Develop new policies as required.
- IT:Ensure all staff have the adequate IT support, hardware, software and training.
- Premises: Ensure the organisation has adequate premises, equipment, insurance etc. in place to ensure it can run effectively.
- GDPR: Ensure the SFT is GDPR compliant. Review compliance on an annual basis.
- Insurance:Keep the SFT’s insurance up to date and regularly reviewed and be responsible for insurance claims and queries.
- Office Management:Ensure the office is a welcoming working environment, by ensuring administrative and maintenance tasks are attended to.
- Budget Control: Control expenditure on office supplies, equipment and other relevant expenditure categories.
- General Support: Provide administrative support to the wider team, and assist with finance tasks from time to time.
Note: This job description does not form part of the contract of employment but indicates how the contract should be performed. The job description may be subject to amendment.
About the Sustainable Food Trust
The Sustainable Food Trust is a UK-based charity that works to accelerate the transition to more sustainable food systems globally.
We work in a range of ways, from broad-based public engagement through our various communication channels and events, to high level influencing through coalitions and campaigns. We also work at a research level, publishing ground-breaking reports and policy briefings.
Some of our key work areas include:
- True Cost Accounting
- Sustainability Metrics
- Sustainable livestock
- Local food systems
- Linking diet, health and sustainability
Qualifications and Experience
We are looking for applicants to evidence strong administration, HR and office management skills. Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal, are a must.
Specifically, we are looking for candidates who have experience with or can demonstrate the following.
Essential Qualifications and Experience
- Educated to A-level or above, or equivalent experience
- GCSEs in Maths and English at Grade C or above
- Experience in an administrative environment and of setting up and maintaining office administration procedures and systems.
- Writing and implementing procedures, including office and health and safety procedures.
- Accurate data input
- HR administration
- Office management and administration
- Understanding of GDPR, and overseeing the data protection needs of an organisation
Essentail Skills and Abilities
- Excellent Communication and interpersonal skills
- A flexible working style, with the ability to communicate with authority whilst retaining a sensitive and good-humoured approach to working with others
- Good organisational and time management skills
- Highly motivated with the ability to act in your own initiative
- Attention to detail and high level of accuracy
- Good judgment, and analytic and problem-solving skills
- Ability to be tactful and diplomatic and to represent and be an ambassador for SFT.
- Excellent IT skills including word processing and spreadsheets
- A positive and enthusiastic attitude.
- Commitment to equal opportunities and diversity and experience of implementing good practice.
- Commitment to SFT principles and ethos
- HR qualifications
- Previous experience in a charity or voluntary environment.
- Basic book-keeping knowledge
- Budget management
- Charity operations and governance.
If you would like to apply for this position, please send your CV along with a covering letter outlining the skills and experience you can offer. Please refer to the tasks listed under Key Responsibilities, and the Skills and Abilities list above. This letter should be no more than 2 sides in length.
Due to the volume of applications we receive, we regret that we are unable to acknowledge receipt individually. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, with no closing date. Therefore, please submit an application as soon as possible.
Interviews will be held on Tuesday 1st February and Tuesday 8th February 2022
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Take lead on all areas of HR, including: Operations, Learning and Development, Payroll, Projects and Employee Relations.
A prestigious charity based in Central London with the purpose to protect people and their well-being.
- You will manage the full recruitment life cycle and would constantly be on the lookout for ways of improving our recruitment processes.
- You will act as a coach to line managers, supporting them throughout the recruitment process and challenging non-compliance where it arises
- You will act as the first point of contact in relation to all internal and external HR related enquiries. You will provide up to date advice and support to managers and employees on a wide range of employment relation issues, including performance management; sickness and absence issues; and disciplinary and grievance matters and other sensitive issues
- You will organise internal and external personal development programmes for staff and will take ownership in organising training requests that arises out of the appraisal process
- You will work alongside the Director of HR in preparing an annual calendar of training events and will be required to deliver some HR related training.
The successful candidate will manage the HR department for a prestigious organisation. You will have prior HR management skills and an exposure charity and/or not-for-profit HR.
Working for a well-acclaimed charity delivering a purpose to people and their well-being.
You will receive the opportunity to work in a small, yet dynamic HR department.
Fairtrade Foundation are recruiting for a HR Assistant to provide professional, effective and efficient HR Administrative support, and be the first point of contact for all routine HR matters.
You’ll need to be highly organised and have a strong customer-focused approach with experience of HR Administration, Payroll and pension processes. If you have experience of managing a HR database, that’s great, but it’s not essential.
Fairtrade is a movement for change that works directly with businesses, consumers and campaigners to make trade deliver for farmers and workers.
Fairtrade is a global movement with a strong and active presence in the UK, represented by the Fairtrade Foundation.
The international Fairtrade system (of which the Fairtrade Foundation is a member) works on behalf of farmers and workers to drive sustainable livelihoods, empower producers and workers, and make trade fair.
At Fairtrade we are committed to the safeguarding and protection of children & vulnerable adults in our work. We will do everything possible to ensure that only those who are suitable to work within this environment are recruited to work for us. Therefore for this specific role a Basic DBS check will be needed as part of an offer of employment)
The Fairtrade Foundation is an equal opportunities employer, offers flexible working and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.
We particularly welcome applications from candidates with ethnically diverse backgrounds, LGBTQ+ candidates and from candidates with disabilities, because we would like to increase the representation of these groups at this level. We want to do this because we know greater diversity will lead to greater results for producers and farmers around the world.
Closing date: 31 January 2022 (10am)
Interviews will take place wc 7 February 2022
Contract: Fixed term contract until 31 Dec 2022
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
The Education Endowment Foundation
£50,000 per annum
Are you a self-starter with a "hands-on" attitude and tangible passion for HR? Want to take on an engaging role with an organisation that's making a positive impact on the UK's education system? If so, read on.
Charity People are delighted to be partnering The Education Endowment Foundation (EEF), an independent charity dedicated to breaking the link between family income and educational achievement.
We do this by summarising the best available evidence in plain language for busy, time-poor teachers and senior leaders, generating new evidence of what works and what doesn't work to improve teaching and learning, and supporting teachers and senior leaders across the country to use this evidence to achieve the maximum possible benefit for children and young people.
This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced standalone HR Manager, who comes from a generalist background, to execute our people initiatives, providing great internal customer support and driving HR functional excellence and process improvement.
As the HR Manager, you'll take the lead in managing and driving operational HR, helping to support our Senior Managers, recruitment and administrative duties.
This position requires experience in managing HR projects and strong working knowledge of UK employment legislation and HR best practices.
To join us as an HR Manager, you will need to have already worked as an HR Generalist but are now ready to join an organisation that gives you the chance to lead on HR initiatives.
As the HR Manager, you will be highly versatile and adept at developing and maintaining strong working relationships with stakeholders.
You'll be confident in advising managers and comfortable working in a complex, fast-paced delivery environment.
If this sounds like the opportunity for you, please share a copy of your CV with Kate Headford at Charity People via K[email protected] . If your profile fits what we're looking for, Kate will be in touch with lots more details and to arrange a confidential conversation.
Closing Date: Friday 4th February at 12noon
First stage Interviews: W/C 7th February
Charity People actively promotes equality, diversity, and inclusion. We match charity needs with skills and experience of candidates, irrespective of age, disability (including hidden disabilities), gender, gender identity or gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, or sexual orientation. We do this because we know greater diversity will lead to even greater results for the charities we work with.
12 month FTC initially
£41,100 (includes ILW) pro rata
Full time, 35 hours per week, (4 days considered)
This is a brand new role.
Women in Prison (WiP) are looking for an experienced HR professional to help shape their detailed strategy around people development and agile working.
Reporting to the Deputy Chief Executive you will be responsible for providing operational and strategic support across the whole of WiP on all HR and people matters, including supporting managers to develop and deliver effective people management practices, including delivering on an agile working strategy. Your remit will also include reviewing all HR policies and processes to ensure that they effectively underpin WIP’s strategic objectives, values and Equality, Diversity and Inclusion plan.
As you might expect in a new role for WiP you will also be responsible for leading and supporting good HR practice generally, and for establishing a training, induction and people development programme which reflects our values of feminism and commitment to a trauma-responsive approach in all of our work.
The successful candidate will bring demonstrable experience of developing and delivering effective HR services in a values driven organisation, of establishing and implementing training and development plans, and of coaching managers in relation to performance management.
You will ideally have a formal HR qualification e.g. CIPD level 5, be working toward one, or be QBE with a demonstrable track record of success.
We actively encourage applications from women from a variety of backgrounds, and with a range of skills and experiences. We are particularly interested to hear from Black, Asian and minoritised women and women who have personal experience of the criminal justice system.
The role is only open to women, in accordance with the sex-based exemptions of the Equality Act 2010 pursuant to Schedule 9, Part 1.
In line with legal requirements and the nature of WIP’s work, this post is:
- restricted to women only as a genuine occupational requirement under Schedule 9 paragraph 1, Equality Act 2010;
- subject to a Right to Work check; and
- subject to a Disclosure and Barring Service check (basic).
Closing date: asap but 10am Friday 4th February latest
This is an exciting time to join us at the Medical Research Foundation, where we are expanding our administrative function to support our HR and Executive teams following a period of growth. If we are to advance medical research, improve human health and change people’s lives we need to be an efficient and effective organisation and this new role is indispensable in achieving this. Reporting to the HR Operations Manager, you will provide a full administration service across the employee lifecycle and act as first point of contact for HR enquiries from colleagues, job applicants and external representatives. You will also provide diary management for the Chief Executives of the Medical Research Foundation and the Africa Research Excellence Fund (one of our linked charities).
This could be the opportunity to take the next step in your career and develop your existing administrative skills in an HR and Executive-level setting. We would like to hear from you if you can demonstrate the following abilities:
- developing, operating and improving administrative procedures
- handling highly-confidential information
- co-ordinating diaries and organising business meetings with multiple participants
- providing excellent customer service to colleagues and external representatives
- working accurately and methodically with a high standard of written work.
We will base our shortlisting decisions entirely on the evidence for these five criteria in your CV and supporting statement, so please set out clearly how you meet each one.
We will offer you:
- ca. £28,000 per annum (for full-time post) with generous pension contribution
- 30 days annual leave each year, plus public holidays
- hours in the range 0.8-1.0 FTE (28.8 – 36 hours per week), part office-based, part remote
- an opportunity to join a dedicated team to make a difference to human health
Closing date: 2 February 2022 at 12:00
Interview date: 15 February 2022
- Provide an up-to-date CV which includes your contact details, education and vocational qualifications and career history
- Provide a brief supporting statement setting out why you are the right candidate for this role and how you meet the five shortlisting criteria listed above; this is a key part of the selection process
- Complete our equal opportunities monitoring and declaration form
- Let us know if you are not able to make the interview date
Your application will be anonymised prior to shortlisting to reduce any potential bias in the selection process.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
For over 35 years, School-Home Support has been working with children, families and schools to break the cycle of poor school attendance, low educational attainment, anti-social behaviour, crime, low paid or no job, generation after generation.
School-Home Support gets children and young people back into school, ready to learn. Whatever it takes.
Location: Flexible working with a mixture of remote and office-based working in London, E15
Hours: Full time (37.5 hrs per week), Mon-Fri
Salary: £39,118 - £42,157 pa according to experience
Benefits: 28 days’ annual leave plus Bank holiday leave, pension, life assurance, employee assistance programme
The HR Manager will oversee and manage the HR function across SHS, working with the Head of Finance and Resources to ensure HR operations and HR strategic planning supports the charity’s ambitious expansion strategy. This is a mainly hands-on position for an HR generalist, providing daily support, advice and guidance for the charity.
The successful applicant will have direct experience of managing all aspects of an HR function and of working together with others to provide an excellent, comprehensive support structure for all staff members, senior management and trustees.
Main areas of responsibility for this role include:
- Overseeing and managing all stages of the recruitment and onboarding process
- Developing and implementing all HR policies and procedures, advising staff accordingly and updating management and trustees on developments and best practice in HR / employment law
- Advising and guiding line managers on specific employment issues arising, including dispute resolution, disciplinaries, grievances, absence and redundancy
- Overseeing and managing the online HR system and making recommendations for change where appropriate
- Advising on and liaising with management to develop the appraisal and reward process
- Liaising and collaborating with other teams to assist in the development of strategies to ensure employee wellbeing, training, learning and development and the promotion of Equality, Diversion and Inclusion throughout SHS
- Working with the Finance Department to ensure the monthly payroll is calculated correctly and efficiently
Closing date for applications is Sunday 16th January at 11.59pm.
We reserve the right to close the application process early if we receive a sufficient number of applications.
School-Home Support takes very seriously the duty of care to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and is committed to ensuring that our safeguarding practice reflects statutory responsibilities, government guidance and complies with best practice. Our safeguarding policy recognises that the welfare and interests of children are paramount in all circumstances. The role above is subject to an Enhanced DBS Check.
SHS is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.
To Apply and for more information:
If you would like to find out more about this position and to apply, please click the button to be directed to our website.
No agencies please.
For more than 25 years, The Forward Trust has been supporting people to break the cycle of crime or addiction to make positive changes and build productive lives with a job, family, friends and a sense of community. We believe that anyone, whatever their past, is capable of lasting change.
The Role - HR Training Lead:
This role involves working closely with HR colleagues, Managers and the Head of Therapeutic Training to develop and deliver core mandatory training modules appropriate to the organisations various divisions (including but not limited to; substance misuse, probation wellbeing services, clinical, housing, IAPt, employability and volunteers). You'll be:
* Using a blended approach of face-to-face sessions and online training
* Ensuring modules relate to all directorates within the organisation i.e. clinicians, probation services, Employment Services, Housing, Case Management
* Maintaining partnerships with internal and external stakeholders when developing or delivering training sessions
* Ensuring all material and resources are engaging and thought provoking for learners
* Providing a year ahead training delivery schedule so that employees and managers can plan ahead
* Delivering detailed reports on the effectiveness of the training sessions
Person Specification - HR Training Lead:
* Registered with a professional body such as CIPD or AOF
* Experience of developing and delivering training modules to suit a variety of audiences
* A relevant L5 qualification in Learning and Development or a L3 Certificate or Diploma in Learning and Development
* Excellent facilitation skills
* A self-starter who is highly organised with the ability to line manage and support the Training Administrator
* Strong teamwork but also able to work independently
* An understanding of the addiction and criminal justice system is desirable but not essential
What will we offer you?
* Flexible working / home working available - the ability to travel to our Head Office in Vauxhall and our Training Centre in Warminster, when required is essential
* Exciting career development and training opportunities
* A friendly working environment
* Season Ticket Loan Scheme
* Cycle to work scheme
* 25 days (rising to 30 with length of service) Annual Leave plus Bank Holidays
* Simply Health Cash Back Scheme - including but not limited to:
* Discounted gym membership
* Dental treatment cover
* Optical treatment cover
* Multiple alternative therapies
* Contributory Pension Scheme - Employer matched contributions of up to 6% in the first two years' service and up to 9% thereafter
* HeadSpace App
* Death in Service Payment (2x annual salary)
* Critical Illness Insurance (subject to qualifying criteria)
Closing Date: Tuesday 25 th January at Midnight.
We are committed to being an equal opportunities employer. We encourage applications from all backgrounds including those with 'Lived Experience', in recovery from addiction, co-dependency or gambling, and those who have experience of previous offending or homelessness.