You’ll develop the HR infrastructure to support the growth of the Centre; provide policy advice and practical solutions to HR issues; ensure the efficient & effective administration of all HR matters; and develop and implement the People and Culture strategy.
HR Manager Responsibilities:
- Act as the first point of contact in relation to all internal and external HR related enquiries.
- Take a pro-active approach in advising directors and managers on statutory changes and best practice developments.
- Advise directors and managers on a range of employee related issues including performance management; sickness and absence issues; and disciplinary and grievance matters.
- Ensure that the Centre’s HR policies and procedures comply with current legislation and best practice and are updated in accordance with the Centre’s needs and ethos.
- Preparing recruitment packs in conjunction with the relevant line manager.
- Advise managers on the best recruitment process, including estimated costings.
- Liaising with recruitment agencies (where applicable).
- Arranging interviews, preparing questions and relevant papers and, where appropriate, being part of the interview panel.
- Co-ordinate the annual appraisal system, including the issuing of the timetable and forms; briefing managers on conducting effective appraisals and setting objectives; collection of appraisal forms; and collation of identified training, development and wellbeing needs
- Provide the identified training, development and wellbeing needs to the Development and Wellbeing Manager
- Work with the People and Culture Task Group and Centre staff to develop and embed the People and Culture strategy
- Liaise with the finance team to ensure accurate records and assist in the monthly payroll process, including the notification of new employees, pay related contract variations, furlough pay, leave notifications and pension/benefit changes
- Provide advice on annual pay awards and staff benefits
- Work with the finance team to administer the pension
HR Manager Requirements:
- Thorough knowledge of key human resources processes.
- Sound knowledge of employment legislation and its application.
- Minimum of three years’ experience of working in a generalist HR role.
- IT literate, including use of Windows XP packages (Word, Excel, Access) and the ability to manage employee databases (Knowledge of BrightHR is desirable).
- Experience of working within the charity or not for profit sector would be advantageous.
- Ability to produce HR metrics (Desirable).
- CIPD qualified - minimum level 5 (Desirable).
About our client:
They are a vibrant community centre in the heart of Tower Hamlets. The Centre is a charity with a national and international reputation for its innovative work in inspiring and empowering the people from the local community, using a unique model of integration. It supports over 2,000 people each month.
Location: London, E3 3BT
Salary: £33,000 to £37,000 per annum
Hours: 35 hours per week
Type: Full Time, Permanent
You may have experience of the following: Human Resources Manager, HR Manager, Human Resources Officer, HR Officer, Human Resources Generalist, HR Generalist, Human Resources Executive, HR Executive, Human Resources Business Partner, HR Business Partner, HRBP, Charity, Not For Profit, NFP, etc.