HR Case Manager

£24,002 - £31,973, (£28,597 - £36,772 – London)
27 Apr 2021
24 May 2021
Job Type
HR Manager
Contract Type
Full Time

HR Case Manager

Location: National

£24,002 - £31,973, (£28,597 - £36,772 – London)

Be part of a vital public service

The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) works to protect the public and reduce reoffending while delivering a more effective, transparent and responsive justice system for everyone in the UK. We offer a huge and diverse range of roles, but whatever your responsibilities, you’ll be helping to guarantee justice and the rule of law to millions of citizens, not to mention preventing crime, enforcing law and order and restoring public confidence in the justice system.

A challenging, but professionally rewarding role

As a key member of our HR Casework Service, you’ll manage a complex and challenging portfolio of HR cases where face-to-face and remote intervention is required. Your cases can involve anything from conduct and discipline to long term sickness, grievances or appeals against warnings and dismissals.

As part of the MoJ, we deliver our service to 40 government departments and our work makes sure that each department runs effectively and deals with internal issues fairly and responsibly.

While you manage your own caseload, you’ll also support other managers nationally via email and the Managers Advice Line. You’ll provide them with key advice and guidance, as well as coaching to improve their skills and confidence, helping build your own management skills in the process.

What you’ll bring

To apply, you’ll need experience of HR casework and sound judgement when advising on cases. With excellent leadership, management, communication and influencing skills, you should be able to deal with internal and external stakeholders confidently and achieve the right outcomes in the process. You must also have good IT skills and the ability to work at pace, meeting demanding deadlines while completing work to a high standard.


Joining us, you’ll benefit from a total reward package that includes a competitive contributory pension scheme, generous annual leave allowance and staff wellbeing initiatives. We also offer paid maternity and paternity leave which is notably more than the statutory minimum offered by many other employers.

For more details and to apply, visit our website.

Closing date: 24 May 2021

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status or disability status.