CareTech Community Services is a leading UK PLC and has developed a national reputation as a high quality provider of support for people with complex and challenging behaviours associated with Autism, Learning Disabilities, Mental Health illness and neurological conditions. With over 250 services and developing new services in the new financial Year, we take a person-centred approach in supporting people to live as independently as possible within their own homes and also in residential care.
Location - Midlands or North office based with travel to other sites in the North.
Car + Expenses, Pension and 25 days holidays + bank holidays + the opportunity to purchase 1 weeks additional leave. Free onsite parking.
Our Corporate values are not just words they are the heart of our organisation they shape us as individuals and set the tone for the organisation, so If you would you like the opportunity to make a real difference to our Service Users lives? And share the same values as our corporate values below; we would love to hear from you……
We are looking for a dynamic HR Manager, Business Partner to work in partnership with our Operations Director responsible for a number of services in the North. You will be expected to travel between our Caretech services when required.
The HR Business Partner will educate and support a team of managers in areas such as; managing performance, discipline and grievance, suspensions, ensuring that managers have the knowledge to follow company policies and processes consistently, giving commercial, pragmatic, HR advice and helping managers gain the confidence to deal with difficult people issues.
This is very much a hands on role in supporting managers across multiple sites, consisting of approximately 600 employees. This is a hands on role which involves assisting and advising managers with difficult people issues and cases of dismissal. You will also be instrumental in ensuring that the divisional structure is the optimum structure for delivering the operational plan and facilitate any necessary changes.
You will assist managers in:
• performance management related issues;
• employment and compliance to regulatory concerns and reporting;
• employee induction, development, and coaching;
• divisional policy development;
• employee relations;
• employee safety, welfare, wellness and health; and employee services and counselling.
You will directly manage one Administrator based at the regional office. You will be required to travel to other services throughout the North as and when the need arises.
The ideal candidate:
Would you describe yourself as friendly, positive and innovative? Would a career where you can develop these attributes within a person-centred environment motivate you? Would you love the opportunity to make a real difference to our People’s lives? Then we want to hear from you!
• be a CIPD qualified or previous experience in a similar role
• have excellent verbal and written communication skills
• be adaptable and flexible
• be highly-motivated and a team player
• have strong relationship building skills
• have excellent interpersonal skills
Due to the nature of the position, successful candidates will be required to complete an enhanced DBS disclosure prior to commencement of employment, the disclosure expense will be met by the employer.
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