HR Advisor, HealthCare, Great Yarmouth/Hybrid, circa £27-32k + excellent benefits
Your new company
Hays are currently working in partnership with a Healthcare Provider in East Norfolk. This company has a strong emphasise on the support and development of its staff and the support of Equality and Diversity. They are seeking a passionate, experienced, and autonomous HR Professional to support the organisation on a 6-month fixed-term contract.
Your new role
The main function of the role will be to report to the Workforce Business Partner and provide efficient support and service to the Trust, using policies, procedure, judgement and initiative to interpret and apply policies appropriately in accordance with Trust values. The key responsibilities of the role will include:
- Provide proactive support and advice to staff and managers on operational workforce issues, practises and agenda changes
- Provide advice and proof read correspondence for managers to ensure compliance with current employment law as well as Trust policies and procedures on workforce issues, to ensure the progress of case work in a timely manner
- To offer advice and support on a range of workforce employee relations matters e.g., sickness absence, capability, grievances, disciplinaries, redundancies, redeployment.
- To act as the Workforce Representative at formal hearings, including grievance, disciplinary, capability etc, providing professional advice and guidance.
- To assist managers and staff in resolving informal and formal disagreements/concerns raised by staff through facilitation and negotiation with concerned parties
- To actively participate in and contribute to operational management meetings within designated areas, developing a good personal understanding of their business plans and ensuring the delivery of proactive workforce support to implementation
What you'll need to succeed
In order to succeed you'll be CIPD level 5 qualified (or qualified by experience). You will have a comprehensive knowledge of employment law and the ability to analyse workforce cases and provide appropriate balanced advice to meet both individual and organisational needs and risks. You will also have a desire to undertake continuous professional knowledge, to role model workforce practises and promote a culture of empowerment.
What you'll get in return
In return, you will receive a salary of circa £27,000-32,000, brilliant holiday and pension schemes, hybrid flexible working, family friendly policies that enable a rewarding work life balance, amongst plenty other excellent benefits.
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