Job role: Human Resources Administrator
Salary: £22,000 - £30,000 (dependent on experience)
Job Type: Permanent
Hours of work: 9:00am - 17.30pm full time Monday - Friday
Job Overview of HR Advisor:
Our client, a well established care company who specialise in mental health are looking for an experienced HR Advisor to join their HR team at their office in the Staffordshire. The ideal candidate will hold experience in working within the well being and care industry or a hospital background.
As a HR Advisor, you will be working as part of the team to comply and understand the company's safe guarding policy / procedures to ensure all levels of health and safety within business and on a greater scale are met. With the support of the HR Business Partner and Central HR team lead the provision of HR services including providing employment law advice, guidance on best employment practice, proactive and professional recruitment and selection processes and practical hands on support to managers for staff at all levels.
This role is to start as soon as possible so please only apply if you are immediately available.
Main Duties of a HR Advisor:
- Provide comprehensive and practical Human Resources advice to the Director, Senior Managers and Heads of Departments and staff in accordance with Company policies and procedures, employment legislation and good practice, and the specific needs of the company.
- Ensure the hospital remains compliant with employment legislation and statutory requirements, to include Home Office right to work checks.
- Ensure HR Information systems are maintained and updated and related statistical data is captured in order to provide reports as required.
- Over-see the recruitment, supporting the training and recruitment administrator to ensure processes are properly and fairly conducted according to the Company's policies and procedures and within the terms of relevant employment legislation
- Assist in the induction of new employees, including delivering sessions on the Induction Programme as required and the timely provision of all relevant document i.e. contracts of employment, staff handbook, etc.
- Be involved in the development of best practice people-management skills for all line managers by example, through coaching and appropriate training & development interventions.
- Take a lead role in company-wide initiatives in equal opportunities, harassment and employee surveys as well as other adhoc HR projects, as directed by the Support Services Manager and Hospital Director and in collaboration with senior managers.
- Provide support and guidance to line managers and members of the Senior Management team on the provision of Performance Appraisal process, ensuring all employees receive annual appraisals in accordance with Company policy and procedures.
- Advise managers and staff on disciplinary and grievance issues, attending discipline and grievance interviews/hearings in accordance with the Company's dispute resolution policies and procedures.
- Assist the Senior Management Team to proactively manage the development of effective employee relations including communications.
- Assist line managers to proactively manage sickness absence and ensure that comprehensive records are kept in relation to staff absenteeism and that absence review meetings are conducted in a timely, fair and consistent manner.
- Liaise with the Company's Occupational Health Service providers overseeing the contractual arrangement with the service provider and ensure managers receive timely, practical advice on employees' health at work.
- Support the Training and Recruitment Administrator to ensure monthly and 4 weekly payroll is processed in a timely manner in accordance with pay periods and payroll cut offs and that all new starters and leavers are set up and details sent to payroll
- Act as the main point of contact for any insurance injury claims, liaising with insurers and the Central HR Team
- The post-holder will at all times comply with and promote the CIPD Code of Professional Conduct.
- Be required to develop and maintain good working relationships with colleagues, visitors, carers, members of the multi-disciplinary care team and senior professional and managerial staff.
- Conform at all times to the Policies and Procedures of the Company, with particular regard to confidentiality, financial and administrative responsibilities, and treat patients, colleagues and visitors with dignity and respect at all times.
- Have access to a wide range of confidential information about patients and staff which must not be divulged to any unauthorized person in any circumstances at any time.
- Be flexible and adaptable and be prepared to travel to other sites across the Company.
- At all times, treat everyone with dignity and respect, valuing and respecting patients and staff as individuals and be committed to equality of opportunity for all, embracing diversity.
The role involves working to daily, weekly and monthly deadlines and requires excellent attention to detail
If you are interested in this position please click APPLY. If you are not contacted within 5 days of this date please assume you have been unsuccessful on this occasion.
Office Angels is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy. The Adecco Group UK & Ireland is an Equal Opportunities Employer.