Job Title: Human Resources and Inclusion and Diversity Manager
Line Manager: Head of Operations
Location: London, UK (temporarily remote)
Hours of work: 1.0 FTE (equivalent 37.5 hours per week)
Salary: £28,177 - £35,988 (FTE per year) depending on experience + £3,480 London allowance. We are a flexible and supportive employer. You’ll receive a generous holiday allowance (28 + 8 bank holidays), we will contribute 5% to your pension and give all employees enhanced paid sick leave and personal days.
Contract type: 24 months
Application deadline: 09:00 am, Monday 4th January
An exciting opportunity for an experienced HR Manager to apply their generalist skills to a growing and changing charity which puts inclusion and diversity at the centre of its work. You will ensure colleagues have a consistent, friendly and swift HR experience by undertaking all administration in an organised fashion whilst working closely with the Head of Operations and the HR Board Committee to develop and implement HR strategies. In return you will receive autonomy in your work and a generous learning and development budget to support your personal professional development.
Campaign Bootcamp is a charity dedicated to ensuring that people most impacted by injustice are leading campaigns that affect their lives, from better housing to fairer treatment of migrants and LGBTQ+ rights. Our mission is to support people to run effective campaigns that challenge injustice. We do this by running campaign training programmes that help people develop the skills, confidence and community to change things that matter to them. In our training, we prioritise people from communities directly impacted by injustice.
- HR Committee members
- Head of Operations
- Line Managers
- Executive Assistant
- IT, Systems and Compliance Manager
- Outsourced employment law and HR advisory service
- Outsourced solicitors and legal advisors
- Act as a HR business partner, guiding line managers in their HR duties and advising and supporting the Leadership Team to maintain a culture of transparency, care and inclusion
- Conduct all HR administration of the employee lifecycle from recruitment to exit
- Implement HR strategy to establish and maintain an inclusive workplace culture where employees feel valued and trusted to deliver excellent work
- Support the Head of Operations to maintain a safe and compliant workplace
Act as a HR business partner, guiding line managers in their HR duties and advising and supporting the Leadership Team to maintain a culture of transparency, care and inclusion
- Manage a caseload of routine employee relations cases, providing timely, accurate and practical HR advice and guidance to line managers, escalating to the Head of Operations when necessary.
- Update, maintain, analyse and administer the HR casework log.
- Provide advice and support on job descriptions and the job evaluation process.
- Ensure we hire talent by preparing recruitment packs in conjunction with the relevant line manager and advising on the recruitment process.
- Provide HR advice and coaching to line managers on policy implementation, either through providing it directly or procuring the support needed efficiently.
- Providing formal HR support and informal guidance and advice across all teams.
Conduct all HR administration of the employee lifecycle from recruitment to exit
- Manage the annual budget from forecasting to reporting.
- Support the maintenance of a suite of policy and procedural documents.
- Manage the recruitment process from advertisement to onboarding, continually seeking improvement in order to hire from a diverse talent pool.
- Update and maintain the EO log.
- Analyse and administer the EO log.
- Manage the leaver and exit interview process.
- Act as the first point of contact to all internal and external HR enquiries.
- Conduct HR and office inductions for new starters.
- Administrate training courses, mentorship programmes and other learning and development as per the staff development plans.
- Conduct exit interviews with employees leaving the organisation.
- Manage the HR system to ensure accuracy and data integrity, with the support of the IT and Systems Manager.
- Manage HR system projects with the IT and Systems Manager’s support.
Implement HR strategy to establish and maintain an inclusive workplace culture where employees feel valued and trusted to deliver excellent work
- Implement changes to HR policy and practices in line with findings from the organisational Culture Review.
- Assist with the delivery of HR workshops including scheduling, preparing materials for delivery, co-hosting workshops.
- Developing and ensuring all HR and related people policies and procedures are appropriate, compliant and evidence our organisational values.
- Sit on recruitment and selection panels.
- Conduct consultations with individuals impacted by change.
- Produce Key Performance Indicator reports related to HR and Inclusion and Diversity to contribute insight to planning.
- Support the delivery of employee and charity development plans by sourcing appropriate learning and development opportunities.
Support the Head of Operations to maintain and safe and compliant workplace
- Conduct risk assessments as required for HR activities.
- Coordinate the incident reporting process internally.
- Support managers in the dyslexia assessment and access to work processes.
- Complete Occupational Health referrals and Wellbeing Practitioner referrals.
- Act as a Mental Health First Aider and First Aider at work.
- At all times adhere to relevant legislation relating to employment law, data protection etc.
- To comply with all charity policies, procedures and governing documents.
- To be responsible for all Health and Safety requirements related to the role.
- To work within charity Mission, Vision and Values at all times.
- Undertake project work as required.
- Any task as instructed by your line manager or the Leadership team that is commensurate with the person specification and Band of the post.
- First-hand experience centering inclusion and diversity in the culture and practices of a HR team and/or organisation’s policies and practices.
- CIPD Level 5 qualified or able to demonstrate equivalent qualification through experience.
- Substantial experience guiding line managers to implement HR policy relating to recruitment, performance management, leave management and wellbeing.
- Experience supporting line managers to manage employee relations issues such as employee wellbeing, underperformance, attendance.
- Able to communicate clearly and appropriately and build relationships with people at all levels.
- Detail oriented and exceptionally well organised.
- Able to prioritise a varied workload and deliver to deadline.
- Project management skills.
- An active listener, able to hold space for others to share their perspectives and elicit insight to inform your work.
- Ability and aptitude to complete all administrative tasks relating to HR and find efficient ways to automate such work where possible with support.
- Confident using web tools such as Google Workspace, ClickUp, Slack and BambooHR
- Communicate respectfully and with transparency.
- Actively centre diversity and inclusion in your work, identifying and removing barriers whilst consulting with stakeholders.
- Aware of how systemic injustice operates in our society (i.e. economic inequality, racism and heterosexism) and excited to explore how best to confront these issues in the workplace.
- Flexible and adaptable to change.
Campaign Bootcamp strives to be an inclusive employer with equity of opportunity for all. We're actively working to enhance the experience of working at Campaign Bootcamp for all and we are keen to remove any barriers our colleagues might face when accessing work. We would particularly welcome applications from individuals who have lived experience of oppression and/or discrimination. Campaign Bootcamp is a flexible employer and we welcome discussions around adaptations we can make to support your access of our recruitment process and workplace.
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