MSLA HRM 338902
Change Management, Employee Relations, HR Administrator, Human Resources, Learning & Development, Other, Recruitment & Resourcing, Training
£55,000 Per Annum
+ Amazing Bens & 23% Employers Pension
We specialise in the recruitment of high quality candidates in the Human Resources sector. We have an excellent opportunity for a Human Resource Manager who will be responsible for people strategy, engagement, reward, development and performance management and assessing and developing the organisation's capability in leading, managing and coaching its people.
The is a full time position, however they may consider a candidate wishing to work on a part time 4 days a week basis.
Human Resource Manager’s Core Duties
- To put systems and support in place to ensure the highest standards for job design, recruitment and selection.
- Oversee interview cycle: adverts, shortlisting and interviews.
- Monitor safer recruitment practices.
- Ensure initial contract documents for employees are prepared and updated within required timescales.
- Oversee induction training for support staff and assist as appropriate with the induction of teaching colleagues ensuring suitable inputs from specialist staff to cover all aspects of induction.
- To provide sound and creative professional advice to the SLT/Trust Board.
- To undertake all statutory functions relevant to the role. To lead the HR team across all Trust sites.
- Provide advice and guidance on employment-related queries for all staff, including maternity/paternity leave entitlement, pensions entitlement, etc.
- To support the monthly payroll and manage a HR budget, ensuring that resources are used to provide a cost effective and efficient service.
- Implement changes to pay from statutory, national or local pay agreements.
- Ensure all Trust staff are issued relevant notification of pay. (e.g. payslip, salary statement, P60)
- Supply confirmation of pay details to third parties. (e.g. Jury Service, Mortgage references and benefit claims.)
- Implement changes to pay from statutory, national or local pay agreements. Review and apply annual pay rises and increments as directed.
- To provide advice on employment law, thus ensuring the Trust retains a lawful approach.
- To advise and monitor the existing performance management mechanism throughout the organisation.
- Ensure performance management paperwork for teaching and non-teaching staff is collated. Track processes and ensure punctual completion. Provide line managers with relevant training in conduct of PM reviews, the setting of objectives and giving feedback.
Human Resource Manager’s Skills required
- HR Management within the Education Sector - minimum 2 years
- Extensive knowledge of employment legislation to include TUPE and Change Management
- Complex Employee Relations Negotiations in a Unionised setting
- Implementing systems and procedures
- CIPD minimum level 5 or similar qualification in HR
- Educated to Degree level of equivalent
- PAYE and Managing HR across multiple sites
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