Human Resources Advisor

Salary: £12.00 - Negotiable
Location: Not Specified
Ref: JC893

Job Description

Human Resources Advisor Required. We are seeking to appoint a temporary HR Advisor for our client who are besed in Clent near Stourbridge. The ideal candidate will have a previious background in either care or education and will need to be an experienced Advisor with a good understanding of Safeguarding in vulnerable groups.

Responsible to the Trust Head of Human Resources or Senior HR Manager the role works with the college management team to manage the Human Resources Function and provide advice within the College and School whilst working closely with the cross Trust Human Resources Team.

To be aware of changing employment law legislation, and have a good understanding in the field of human resource practices in order to ensure the provision of sound professional human resource advice and administrative support services to the College, School and the Trust.

You may on occassions be rquired to to travel to other trust sites.

Duties Include:

To provide advice and guidance to Managers on absence management ensuring compliance with respective policies and procedures, co-ordinate and attend sickness absence review meetings as the Human Resources representative and co-ordinate occupational health and welfare visits where appropriate.
To manage, co-ordinate and support recruitment and selection processes and procedures advising the line managers on workforce planning, and liasing with finance department to ensure that requests are in line with financial budgets.
To co-ordinate and issue appointment letters, contracts of employment, and changes to terms and conditions of employment.
To manage and co-ordinate vetting checks for successful candidates, including to ensure that safer recruitment processes are followed to best practice, including references, Disclosure and Barring System checks, Overseas police checks etc.
To ensure that sickness absence data is recorded on to a computerised Human Resources information system (HR.Net), file self-sickness forms and medical certificates, monitor the receipt of sickness returns and produce effective management information as required.
To record holidays, and other absences, on to a computerised Human Resources Information system, and produce effective management information as required.
To co-ordinate and advise payroll of staff pay additions, amendments and deductions.
To provide comprehensive advice on employee relations, and take the HR lead in investigations, disciplinary and grievance management where appropriate.
To maintain and up-date a manual filing and computerised HR and payroll information systems ensuring the accurate recording of personal, employment, payroll and staffing information in order to maintain an accurate and compliant Single Central Record and employment data.
To keep up to date with developments in employment legislation and Human Resources good practice, knowledge sharing within the team to ensure the continuous development and improvement to the service offered. Identify and communicate the implications of any changes to legislation to College management teams.
To work collaboratively with colleagues in the Department of Human Resources to produce a seamless service and advice function to the Trust.
To provide cover for colleagues within the HR team as required.
To assist in the design and delivery of training sessions in areas of human resources, line management and equality and diversity processes to enhance knowledge and skills within the College management teams.

Immediate temporary position for approximately 3 months initially, but may be extended to a full year contract shortly.

The role is 40 hours per week - Monday to Friday, although some evenings and weekends may be required very occassionally.

Salary guide: £22k - £26k
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