HR Advisor - London
Job Type: Permanent
Hours per Week: 35 Hours
Closing date: 20 September 2017
Are you a business focused HR Advisor with experience of working autonomously on complex cases? Are you discreet and professional, with up to date knowledge of employment law and best HR practice?
We are recruiting for an experienced HR Advisor to undertake a senior role within our growing HR department.
Dogs Trust is the largest dog welfare charity in the UK with a nationwide network of rehoming centres and charity shops. Last year, Dogs Trust centres cared for over 15,000 dogs; we never put a healthy dog down.
In this busy role you will be responsible for providing professional, business-focussed and best practice HR advice and support with defined responsibility in specific areas of the charity, dealing with high level and complex case work. You will need to be highly self-motivated and able to actively manage your work, whilst working collaboratively with other team members.
You will deal with a wide range of issues, complying with Dogs Trust policies and legal requirements, and working closely with managers and staff at all levels in support of the charity’s mission and brand. The HR Advisor is expected to identify and help to implement activities designed to ensure continuous improvement in the areas to which they provide support.
Ideally MCIPD qualified, to be successful in this post you will have significant HR experience, with up to date knowledge of employment law and the ability to work collaboratively with colleagues across the charity. You will be friendly and approachable, and an excellent communicator, with good decision making ability and experience of managing a heavy caseload in a timely and efficient manner. You will need to draft complex HR policies and correspondence, so excellent written English is essential in this role.
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