This is a great opportunity for a Head of HR to shape both the HR function and the people agenda within this organisation. The Head of HR is responsible for setting and delivering the people strategy, alongside the Senior Leadership Team
Our client is a leading provider of adult social care services within Liverpool A truly values-driven organisation, their aim is to provide the highest quality of care and support for adults of all ages who have learning or physical disabilities. They are seeking a new Head of HR to provide leadership on all people matters, and promote an organisational culture that reflects their company values, whilst driving a high-performing and highly valued workforce
Reporting to the Managing Director, the Head of HR manages a small HR and payroll team. This position bears responsibility for leading and developing a compliant and professional HR function, enabling the business to achieve its strategic aims through recruitment, management and development of a highly engaged workforce.
Key responsibilities include, but are not limited to;
- Provide advice to the Senior Leadership Team, Board and colleagues on all aspects of HR practice, developments and legislation ensuring the Company adheres to best practice and operates within the law
- Work with and support the Managing Director and Heads of Service to make an effective contribution to the strategic direction of the business from an HR perspective
- Develop, implement and monitor the strategy for recruiting and retaining staff ensuring that this is aligned with the Company aims
- Lead on all remuneration, pension and grading matters including the job evaluation process
- Manage the implementation, delivery and monitoring of performance management policies, procedures and practices
- Lead on employee engagement to support the business to achieve its strategic aims and objectives
- Oversee the management of complex employee relations casework supporting the HR Manager as and when appropriate
- Work with trade unions and professional bodies, maintaining strong and effective relationships that support the Company's employment approach and responsibilities
The ideal candidate will have worked in similar social care/not-for-profit settings, and experience in unionised environments would be highly desirable. The candidate will have management experience, and proven experience in a strategic role. Recruitment and people development experience are essential.
A CIPD Level 7 is required for this role.
Enhanced DBS checks are required for this role
A salary of £49,982-£57,868 DOE, plus benefits. The business is currently operating a hybrid-working model