Senior HR Advisor (Part time 20 hours pw)

Recruiter
CMD Recruitment
Location
Birmingham
Salary
£33500 - £35000/annum
Posted
12 Apr 2018
Closes
21 Apr 2018
Contract Type
Full Time
Senior HR Advisor (ideally CIPD level 5)
Permanent
Part time 20 hours per week
Salary Range: £33,500 to £35,000 dependant on experience/ (pro rata)
Reports to: CEO
Location: Birmingham & Solihull
Please forward a covering letter with your CV when applying for this position

CMD Recruitment are pleased to be working with a Birmingham based Charity that engages with adults experiencing ill mental health on a pathway towards recovery using a person-centred approach through education, volunteering and employment.
This position will suit an experienced HR professional who has worked in a stand-alone role and has experience in a multi-faceted role within an SME.

As the senior HR Advisor, you will:


- Act as the first point of contact for all managers for employee relations issues
- Take responsibility for producing Executive level reports and any required HR information for the organisation
- Support and manage the recruitment process


Main Duties and Responsibilities

Recruitment


- Carry out interviews alongside managers.
- Prepare paperwork for interviews and recommend relevant assessments.
- Record up to date equal opportunities data on all applicants.
- Work closely with preferred suppliers to ensure the smooth running of the recruitment process and review terms and conditions.


Employee Relations


- Run job evaluation panel meetings for any newly created roles.
- Run 2nd line disciplinary and grievance hearings/outcome meetings and absence management meetings advising on a way forward in line with organisational policy
- Advise colleagues on employment legislation, policy, process and procedure
- Update company policies, procedures and templates letters as and when required in line with legislation
- Keep up to date with employment legislation and flag up any changes that will impact on the business.
- Produce paperwork for hearings, ensuring that all meetings are accurately recorded and the outcomes confirmed in writing and recorded
- Conduct Exit Interviews
- Conduct Return to Work Interviews after long term sickness



Training, learning and development


- Book training courses and events as requested, through liaison with our internal training team and external training organisations
- Carry out induction training for new joiners and managers, regularly review induction materials and update accordingly


Engagement


- Work with the Senior Management Team to run the annual staff survey
- Produce reports for management from exit interview analysis to identify any improvements that need to be made


Internal relationships


- Develop and maintain good working relationships with colleagues across the business
- Hold a monthly management meeting with all contract managers to proactively discuss and advise on any upcoming or present issues in terms of recruitment, performance, absence, training etc


Reporting


- Carry out quarterly management information reporting in line with Sub Committee meetings
- Carry out quarterly recruitment and retention reporting in line with Sub Committee meetings
- End of year reports
- Monthly absence management reports/dashboards


General HR


- Produce HR Management reports as and when required
- Oversee and maintain all HR systems and records including carrying out the year end procedures
- Keep manual personnel records and personal development folders up to date
- Implement a company benefit scheme that befits a charity of this size
- Handle confidential and sensitive information appropriately
- Take responsibility for own CPD


Summary Terms and Conditions


- Working Hours - 20 hours per week – 10 am until 3pm
- Annual Leave - 20 days annual leave plus 8 bank holidays and an additional 3 days which are taken after single bank holidays for example May bank holiday
- Pension – The client runs a statutory pension scheme for employees
- This post will be subject to background checks enhanced DBS. A full statement of the main terms and conditions will be supplied with any formal offer of employment. Whilst the above information may be beneficial to applicants it should not be treated as a substitute for the full contract of employment.



This Charity is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from people with disabilities.

They are committed to the employment and career development of people with disabilities. To demonstrate their commitment, they use the Disability Symbol and the Disability Confident Symbol. As a symbol user, they guarantee an interview to anyone with a disability whose application meets the essential criteria for the post as detailed on the person specification.

To apply under the Guaranteed Interview Scheme simply advise us at the time of your application or in your covering letter as follows:
I consider myself to have a disability as defined above and I would like to apply under the Guaranteed Interview Scheme.
We will then send you the declaration form to complete