Human Resources Officer

Recruiter
West Midlands Combined Authority
Location
Birmingham
Salary
£27,822 per annum
Posted
30 Aug 2017
Closes
23 Sep 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

Human Resources Officer
£27,822 - £32,550 + Excellent Benefits
36.5 hours per week

The West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) is comprised of 18 local authorities and four Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEPs) working together to move powers from Whitehall to the West Midlands and our locally elected politicians, who know this region best. Individual councils will still deliver services and retain their identity but on the big decisions we will have the resources to work together.

We now have an exciting opportunity for a talented and experienced Human Resources Officer to join the team to provide support with the full range of HR activities as part of the employee lifecycle.

The role requires a proactive individual who has a good understanding of employment legislation and is experienced in delivering first line HR advice and guidance. The successful candidate will be able to think and act cross-functionally, beyond HR professional areas understanding the wider picture and the implications of decisions for the achievement of team goals.

The appointed candidate will work closely with the HR Business Partners to develop robust working systems and ensure all compliance elements are carried out.

As a Sunday Times Top 100 Not-For-Profit and Investors in People Gold organisation, our people are engaged and proud to work here and committed to grow both professionally and personally.

To apply for this role, please click below and you will be emailed to let you know how to continue your application.

Closing Date: 8 September 2017, 12noon
Interviews: 20 September 2017

We are committed to equality of opportunity in service provision and employment. Our recruitment policies, procedures and practices enable all applicants to be considered on merit and ability to do the job. We will make reasonable adjustments, in line with the Equality Act, for disabled applicants if these are needed.