N2, London
SW12, London
£45,000 per year
Permanent, Full-time
Job description

Nightingale Hammerson is a friendly and caring organisation to work for, where people enjoy their job.  We are a centre of excellence and have a first class reputation as an outstanding, compassionate, professional organisation, offering a range of services and activities tailored to meet the needs of each of our residents.

We offer individually-tailored care in a ‘home from home’ with kind, compassionate residential, nursing, dementia, respite and end-of-life care.  At the heart of our approach is a warm, respectful relationship between our staff and every single resident.  It’s what we mean by ‘person-centred care’ – taking into account the individual wishes, characters and histories of everyone we look after.

With the major £40m capital redevelopment of Hammerson House complete, this is a truly exciting time to join our organisation.

We are looking for an experinced HR Manager to manage our team and busy HR department. The successful post holder will:

Support the HR Director  and HR Team in delivering a high quality, effective service to all Nightingale Hammerson Staff, Managers, and volunteers.

Develop HR Policies and updates, and providing employment relations advice in context of current employment law and good practice, and other case workload as appropriate. 

Support the HR Director in developing appropriate strategies to promote good people management practices within the organization.

Ensure effective HR processes and policies are in place and consistently applied across the organization.

Oversee the maintenance of the staff training database, training diaries, and organizing training days.  Leading on ad-hoc projects, research and quality audits, monitoring training statistics, HR Metrics and bench marking. 

Maintain up –to-date knowledge of employment legislation in addition to professional HR and best practice issues.

Support recruitment activity as required and conducting recruitment immigration and DBS (formerly CRB) checks, issuing contracts of employment.

Conduct and writing up investigation reports, attending grievance/disciplinary/sickness review meetings as required. 

Facilitate areas of training & development.

More about Nightingale Hammerson
Nightingale Hammerson

Nightingale employs almost 400 staff across two homes – Nightingale House in South West London and Hammerson House in North West London.B... Read more

Refreshed on: 23 June 2021
Closed date: 08 July 2021
Tags: Human Resources, Management

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