about 1 month ago
Our client is a healthcare company providing residential services for young people aged 16-25 years old. Their aim is to support the young people using a therapeutic, least restrictive approach to live in a non-secure community setting and to achieve their individual goals in preparation for transition to adult life. Our client has a number of homes operating across the North West and Yorkshire and are experiencing an exciting period of growth.
About the role
Our client is now looking for an experienced People/HR Adviser to join their friendly and professional People team. This is a true generalist role and an excellent opportunity to utilise your existing skills and develop further. The key elements of your role will include;
- advising on policies and procedures,
- managing an employee relations caseload and providing effective advice and support to managers
- support the team with recruitment, onboarding and training.
- work closely with the People Services Manager to support with employee engagement and deliver and drive new initiatives.
- policy development
- deliver HR and induction training.
- produce excellent MI data to support with HR reporting.
- attend monthly HR surgeries with managers reviewing people data, providing advice and solutions for improvement.
- support with the development and introduction of HR systems ensuring staff are trained and reporting tools are utilised.
You will be required to work a flexible 37.5 hour week, working to a hybrid model involving office and homeworking.
- An experienced People/HR Adviser
- Professional membership- CIPD Level 5 qualification or be working towards this.
- Previous experience of managing an ER caseload from start to finish.
- A good knowledge of employment law and best practise and be confident in providing advice.
- Experience of the full recruitment and retention life cycle including advertising, onboarding, and leaver processes.
- Experience of working in a healthcare environment would be beneficial but not essential.
- Excellent IT skills- Microsoft Office and ability to produce and analyse data.
- Excellent communication skills and the ability to establish effective working relationships with staff and managers.
- Excellent organisational skills and the ability to meet deadlines.
- Resilient and can work under pressure.
The closing date for this position is Wednesday 16th June and interviews will be held on Wednesday 23rd June.
- £26,318.35 - £29,925 per annum (subject to a pay review June 2021)
- 27 days holiday + 8 bank holidays (Rising to 31 days holiday plus bank holidays with length of service)
- Flexible working opportunities
- Excellent Learning and Development opportunities
- Enhanced company pension
- Life Assurance (2 x annual salary)
- Enhanced maternity/paternity leave
- Free on-site parking
- Employee Assistance Programme / 24-hour Counselling Service
- Online shopping discounts, free eye tests and various other benefits
- Regular social events and recognition schemes (‘Employee of the year awards’, Summer & Christmas parties, Long service awards)
If you are interested in joining an enthusiastic, motivated business who thrive in developing and rebuilding young people and young adults with complex difficulties then please apply today.
Please note that our client does not accept CV’s and the application must be completed in full.
Our client operates a safer recruitment process and as part of this process the successful candidate will be subject to a DBS check.
They are an equal opportunities employer who values diversity and positively encourages applications of all ages from all sections of the community.
They reserve the right to close the advert early, should they appoint a suitable candidate.