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HR Adviser

Posted 30 April by Reed In Partnership Ended
About us Are you an experienced HR professional looking for the next step in your career? Good knowledge of employment law and HR processes? Consider the role of HR Adviser with Reed in Partnership! We are on a mission to be the partner of choice for developing people and their communities. Reed in Partnership is a public service provider specialising in skills training for the long-term unemployed, increasing employment opportunities by working with employers and providing youth services. The role The HR Adviser is responsible for providing generalist HR advice and interventions across a selection of our programmes, under the support and guidance of the HR Business Partner. Your main responsibilities would include: • Providing support to line management on coaching and training staff and pro-actively managing performance
• Providing guidance and support on the annual pay review process
• Monitoring Co-member satisfaction and liaising with managers to collate and report of satisfaction surveys
• Support the HR Business Partner with investigating and responding to any formal grievances or complaints
• Work with the Direct Sourcing team in Northampton to manage business recruitment needs, including assessing potential candidates
• Support with TUPEs, restructuring and planning organisational design changes to achieve minimal disruption What's in it for you? Alongside a generous base salary and company benefits including a discount scheme, we’ll invest in your future offering scope for Continued Professional Development. Our Co-member benefits offer help with costs of gaining additional qualifications and with a variety of contracts across the country, the opportunities are endless! Skills & Experience Required skills and experience: • Must be either CIPD qualified or working towards qualified status
• Experience of supporting and advising management on employee relations issues
• Experience of supporting restructuring exercises and leading on internal/external recruitment and selection processes
• A practical and up to date understanding of employment law, tactful and discreet in handling sensitive personal information
• Confident with dealing with staff at all levels, willing to challenge and confront where appropriate Desirable Attributes: • Experience leading investigations into gross misconduct level allegations
• Experience supporting on HR projects involving consultative activity with internal/external stakeholders
• Willingness to travel across the UK where necessary
• Experience of working with HR systems (Oracle, Logiforms etc) We are accepting applications from Monday 4th September and reserve the right to close applications after 5 working days upon receiving a sufficient shortlist. Disability Confident Commitment We aim to ensure that no candidate or employee receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of gender, race, disability, sexual orientation, religion or belief, age, gender reassignment, marital or civil partnership status, pregnancy or maternity. We offer a guaranteed interview scheme for disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria. This role will be advertised from Thursday 28th September. We reserve the right to close applications after 5 working days, subject to sufficient applications.

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