Human Resources Advisor - Chesterfield - 3-6 months - £14.33 - £16.66 per hour DOE
Your new role
The role of the central human resources function is to support the Trust in achieving its strategic aims and objectives by supporting line managers to lead their staff, including advising on terms and conditions and policy and the handling of formal casework relating to employment policies. The team also provide recruitment support to the Trust and manage the job evaluation process.
This post will focus on supporting the policy development process, working with the Head of HR on various HR projects and supporting managers by undertaking casework, in the operation of the Trust's disciplinary, capability, grievance and dignity at work procedures. In doing so this post will support the divisional management teams by delivering an efficient and effective service which can anticipate and respond to the organisation's needs by empowering line managers.
- Undertake the efficient and accurate preparation, input and maintenance of
staff information and data into the Human Resource systems operated by the Trust in accordance with agreed procedures and regulations.
- Create, maintain and update confidential HR records for all staff. Ensuring that all
employee data and personnel files are secure, accurate, up-to-date and fully compliant with all relevant legislation and Trust expectations.
- The administration of new starters, leavers and changes to employment status
(e.g. pre-recruitment and DBS checks, employment contracts, letters, probationary reviews, fixed term contracts, liaison with payroll, pensions, etc. assigning codes, passes, keys, etc.) including updating the school and Trust information management systems.
- Ensure HR policies and procedures are up-to-date, and appropriately communicated,
working with the school BSSM and Trust HR Manager as appropriate.
- Initiate appropriate action in respect of staff absences, including actioning/processing leave absence requests, arrangement of absence monitoring meetings and
occupational health referrals.
- Support Senior Leadership Team with the annual review
What you'll need to succeed
The successful applicant will have a proven record of working in HR, ideally with the CIPD Level 5 qualification or significant experience at an advisory level. Experience in providing efficient and effective employee relations casework management processes, including disciplinary, grievance, bullying and harassment, performance and attendance management. Coupled with a sound understand of working to the current employment law and legislation on equality & diversity.
What you need to do now
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