£40k per year
Job description
I am currently looking for an experienced part-time (up to 28 hours a week) International HR Advisor for an amazing children's charity. The International HR Advisor is responsible for providing generalist HR advice and support to 30 home based, remote working staff, across 10 different countries.
Reporting to the Head of Global HR & Operations this role coordinates and supports all recruitment activity, the onboarding and orientation processes, performance management process and learning and development activities; ensures HR policies are consistent and implemented effectively; manages the monthly payroll and Employer of Record processes; acts as the first point of contact for all HR queries, ensuring they are dealt with promptly and reliably; and is responsible for staff engagement and communication initiatives.

Key Responsibilities:
HR strategy and policy:
Working closely with the Head of Global HR & Operations in developing and implementing the People Strategy to support implementation of Family's overarching Strategy 2021-25, specifically in relation to developing a culture of collective leadership, agile working practices and collaboration to become an even more diverse and inclusive network
Ensuring HR policies and procedures are consistent, remain relevant and appropriate to a remote, global workforce, reflecting HR best practice, Family's People Strategy, current legislation and within the parameters of the HR budgets
Ensuring that the wider Secretariat understand and comply with HR policies and procedures and are able to operate them effectively, providing training, guiding and assisting staff and people managers as needed including diversity, equality and inclusion and organisational safeguarding

Performance management and learning and development:
Providing advice and playing a major role in supporting all staff with the performance management process to ensure reviews are completed and documented effectively
Supporting all staff in reviewing and updating job descriptions
Enabling a culture of learning and development by identifying and resourcing formal training opportunities, supporting informal learning and development activities, and tracking progress

Wellbeing and staff engagement:
Facilitating initiatives to improve staff wellbeing and retention
Ensuring staff engagement initiatives are aligned with all areas of HR work with a specific focus on improving staff communications, reward and recognition, introducing agile working and embedding diversity and inclusion in all activities

Advising line managers on recruitment and selection strategies, supporting them with recruitment processes, providing training on interview techniques, assisting with and developing recruitment campaigns and coordinating the appointment process
Monitoring key recruitment metrics, such as turnover and retention rates
Negotiating terms and conditions of employment with staff
Running the job evaluation process and supporting the Head of Global HR & Operations in determining reward packages
Working with the Employment Of Record providers and payroll providers to onboard new staff and ensure compliance with local legislation
Facilitating the effective integration of new staff by coordinating the HR elements of the orientation process, supporting people managers as needed
Managing end of employment procedures, including final salary calculations, exit interviews, closure of records/accounts and providing references
Supporting the Head of Global HR & Operations with redundancy consultations and redundancy termination processes
Pay and benefits:
Managing administration of benefits including pension, EAP and life assurance, across different providers including understanding international statutory requirements, the annual review of service provision and communication to staff
Managing the monthly payroll processes across all territories
Maintaining the appropriate systems to manage EOR provision and ensure EOR data is accurate

Employee relations:
Responding to any HR queries or problems as appropriate, referring to the Head of Global HR & Operations as necessary to manage staff expectations
Acting as the first point of contact for line managers and all staff on all HR matters
Supporting the Head of Global HR & Operations with various capability processes, including grievance and disciplinary

HR administration and reporting:
Managing administration of the HR system, supporting staff and managers to use it effectively
Maintaining and managing HR records, in line with data protection regulations, and sharing with international payroll providers and EOR providers as appropriate
Providing data for headcount and salary reports and the annual audit
Suggesting new HR technology solutions to improve day-to-day HR operations

Person Specification:
Professional HR qualification (CIPD level 5 or above or equivalent) or currently studying towards
CIPD Associate membership
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Posted on: 08 October 2021
Closed date: 22 October 2021
Job ref: HQ00043072
Tags: Human Resources