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Human Resources Officer


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Salary: GBP10000 - GBP100000 per annum
Location: Malvern
Job type: Contract
Contact: Candidate Services
Category: HR Officer Jobs
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Human Resources Officer

Our client is seeking a Human Resources Officer to provide effective and efficient HR support and advice to the Director or Human Resources and the staff across a wide range of actitivites providing a comprehensive, high quality HR service.

Key duties

Recruitment and Selection:
- Supporting the recruitment and selection process for all staff and volunteers
- Working with the Headmasters and Director of International Education to support the recruitment and selection process for staff in our international schools
- Working with the Commercial Manager, and the Commercial teams, to oversee all aspects of recruitment to Summer Schools
- Working with the Development team to oversee all aspects of recruitment to the Caller Campaign
- Working with HR colleagues to ensure that all recruitment and associated paperwork is achieved in a timely manner in advance of the start of each course/campaign

Changes and Leavers:
- Ensuring that any changes to terms and conditions are put in writing in a timely manner
- Ensuring personnel files are up to date at all times
- Processing leavers in a timely manner and ensuring all paperwork is up to date
- Ensuring leavers files are archived and destroyed in accordance with legal and good practice requirements

Payroll:
- Liaising with the Payroll Officer to ensure accurate information is provided on a timely basis for their organisation

Policies:
- Ensuring policies for all schools are reviewed in a timely manner and updated in accordance with changes to employment law
- Supporting the development of new policies as required
- Keeping up to date with employment law on an ongoing basis

Accommodation:
- Ensuring that staff are moved in and out of their accommodation in a timely manner and, in conjunction with the Domestic Bursar and Facilities Manager, ensuring that required maintenance is actioned
- Ensuring that all associated payroll deductions are actioned and that deposits are returned appropriately
- Issuing Service Occupancy Agreements and Licences to Occupy in a timely manner

Training and Induction:
- Undertaking the organising and administration of the termly Child Protection training for Support Staff
- Undertaking administration for support staff training and ensuring accurate records are maintained
- Arranging induction for new starters and meeting them on their first day

Reporting:
- Ensuring that the annual Gender Pay Gap report, and any other similar reports, is published in line with Government requirements
- Completing the Annual Census, and similar, for all UK schools
- Completing surveys as required by the Office of National Statistics and similar

General:
- Answering telephone, email, written or face to face queries and enquiries in a professional manner
- Maintaining HR databases and record systems for their organisation
- Assisting HR colleagues on projects as required and mentoring new team members
- Providing HR administration support to the Director of Human Resources and Human Resources Manager to ensure that the Department provides excellent service to their organisation
- Providing cover for Reception on an adhoc basis

Person Specification
- Good standard of education
- Level 5 CIPD qualified or working towards Level 5 qualification and ongoing membership of the CIPD
- Demonstrable experience of working in a similar role
- An appreciation of HR and statutory requirements within the Independent School sector
- Excellent IT skills including Microsoft Office
- Excellent attention to detail and high standards of work and organisation
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Ability to work with limited supervision and to prioritise work and multi task
- A cheerful and friendly disposition
- Ability to maintain confidentiality at all times
- Strong team player and able to build effective and supportive relationships with colleagues
Self-motivated and able to work on own initiative
- Ability to work at a fast pace in this busy department is essential, whilst maintaining accuracy and excellent attention to detail
- Flexible approach to hours
- The desire to undertake further training as may be required in order to properly perform the duties in a changing and challenging environment

Location
Malvern, Worcestershire WR14 3DF

Hours
35 hours per week, Full Time, Temporary

Salary
Competitive + Competitive Benefits

General
Our client is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of its pupils and expects all employees to share this commitment. Employees must, at all times, have regard to the need to safeguard and promote the welfare of children in line with the provisions of the Children Act 2004 (as amended) and Keeping Children Safe in Education (as amended) and be fully aware of, and understand, the duties and responsibilities that apply to their role in relation to these requirements. All employees must attend appropriate training in accordance with College and local Safeguarding Board stipulations.

You will be required to provide proof of your identity, right to work in the UK and qualifications during the selection process.

Our client exists to provide a quality all round education for pupils aged 13 – 18 and is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people.

Candidates must be prepared to undergo child protection screening and an Enhanced DBS check.

Ref: 93624
Human Resources Officer

Our client is seeking a Human Resources Officer to provide effective and efficient HR support and advice to the Director or Human Resources and the staff across a wide range of actitivites providing a comprehensive, high quality HR service.

Key duties

Recruitment and Selection:
- Supporting the recruitment and selection process for all staff and volunteers
- Working with the Headmasters and Director of International Education to support the recruitment and selection process for staff in our international schools
- Working with the Commercial Manager, and the Commercial teams, to oversee all aspects of recruitment to Summer Schools
- Working with the Development team to oversee all aspects of recruitment to the Caller Campaign
- Working with HR colleagues to ensure that all recruitment and associated paperwork is achieved in a timely manner in advance of the start of each course/campaign

Changes and Leavers:
- Ensuring that any changes to terms and conditions are put in writing in a timely manner
- Ensuring personnel files are up to date at all times
- Processing leavers in a timely manner and ensuring all paperwork is up to date
- Ensuring leavers files are archived and destroyed in accordance with legal and good practice requirements

Payroll:
- Liaising with the Payroll Officer to ensure accurate information is provided on a timely basis for their organisation

Policies:
- Ensuring policies for all schools are reviewed in a timely manner and updated in accordance with changes to employment law
- Supporting the development of new policies as required
- Keeping up to date with employment law on an ongoing basis

Accommodation:
- Ensuring that staff are moved in and out of their accommodation in a timely manner and, in conjunction with the Domestic Bursar and Facilities Manager, ensuring that required maintenance is actioned
- Ensuring that all associated payroll deductions are actioned and that deposits are returned appropriately
- Issuing Service Occupancy Agreements and Licences to Occupy in a timely manner

Training and Induction:
- Undertaking the organising and administration of the termly Child Protection training for Support Staff
- Undertaking administration for support staff training and ensuring accurate records are maintained
- Arranging induction for new starters and meeting them on their first day

Reporting:
- Ensuring that the annual Gender Pay Gap report, and any other similar reports, is published in line with Government requirements
- Completing the Annual Census, and similar, for all UK schools
- Completing surveys as required by the Office of National Statistics and similar

General:
- Answering telephone, email, written or face to face queries and enquiries in a professional manner
- Maintaining HR databases and record systems for their organisation
- Assisting HR colleagues on projects as required and mentoring new team members
- Providing HR administration support to the Director of Human Resources and Human Resources Manager to ensure that the Department provides excellent service to their organisation
- Providing cover for Reception on an adhoc basis

Person Specification
- Good standard of education
- Level 5 CIPD qualified or working towards Level 5 qualification and ongoing membership of the CIPD
- Demonstrable experience of working in a similar role
- An appreciation of HR and statutory requirements within the Independent School sector
- Excellent IT skills including Microsoft Office
- Excellent attention to detail and high standards of work and organisation
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Ability to work with limited supervision and to prioritise work and multi task
- A cheerful and friendly disposition
- Ability to maintain confidentiality at all times
- Strong team player and able to build effective and supportive relationships with colleagues
Self-motivated and able to work on own initiative
- Ability to work at a fast pace in this busy department is essential, whilst maintaining accuracy and excellent attention to detail
- Flexible approach to hours
- The desire to undertake further training as may be required in order to properly perform the duties in a changing and challenging environment

Location
Malvern, Worcestershire WR14 3DF

Hours
35 hours per week, Full Time, Temporary

Salary
Competitive + Competitive Benefits

General
Our client is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of its pupils and expects all employees to share this commitment. Employees must, at all times, have regard to the need to safeguard and promote the welfare of children in line with the provisions of the Children Act 2004 (as amended) and Keeping Children Safe in Education (as amended) and be fully aware of, and understand, the duties and responsibilities that apply to their role in relation to these requirements. All employees must attend appropriate training in accordance with College and local Safeguarding Board stipulations.

You will be required to provide proof of your identity, right to work in the UK and qualifications during the selection process.

Our client exists to provide a quality all round education for pupils aged 13 – 18 and is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people.

Candidates must be prepared to undergo child protection screening and an Enhanced DBS check.

Ref: 93624

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