Full Time (37.5 hours per week) – Fixed Term Contract (12 months)
Exact salary: £28,000 per annum
Closing date: 21/03/21
Interview date: 30/03/21
A fantastic new opportunity has emerged for an HR Advisor to join the Human Resources team at Taurus Healthcare providing HR support to GP Practices across sites in Herefordshire. This is a full time 12 month Fixed-term role. Minimum level 5 CIPD.
As an HR Advisor at Taurus Healthcare, you will be supporting the Head of HR by providing a comprehensive professional generalist HR service. This post also provides a great opportunity for someone who is talented and innovative with an interest and understanding of a patient focused service and can add real value to the healthcare across Herefordshire.
We are looking for someone who has experience working in a HR Advisory role supporting a number of locations either in the NHS or other healthcare organisation, ideally primary care; having dealt with complex employee relations cases and practical application of employment law.
You will also participate in various HR projects ranging from policy updates/writing, data analysis, engagement, compiling reports and presentations and facilitating/participating in working groups.
Excellent communication & IT skills both written and verbal along with previous experience of using HR systems and advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office including Excel, Word, Powerpoint and Outlook.
You must be able to plan and prioritise own work effectively to meet deadlines and demands of the service.
We are looking for a great Team player who can establish & build excellent working relationships and credibility with key practice stakeholders across the Herefordshire GP Federation by understanding and working collaboratively on people related issues.
This is a great opportunity to make a real difference.
Taurus Healthcare is a GP Federation that supports the long-term sustainability of 20 GP Practices serving 185,000 patients allowing practice to work collaboratively. Ultimately, our aim is to help patients have more control over their own wellbeing and healthcare, promote the prevention of illness and to improve access to general practice, so that GP services are consistent 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.