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Human Resources Business Partner.

  • Special Education Needs - Post
  •  Location - Bromley, London
  •  Salary - £40000 - £45000 per annum
  •  Date Posted - 25/07/2022

We are currently working in partnership with an educational organisation who are looking to appoint a Human Resources Business Partner.

This is an independent specialist further education college for disabled people aged 19-25.

Based in Bromley, the college caters for a range of Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) including physical, communication and sensory disabilities, medical conditions or autism, in addition to learning disabilities, from severe to profound.

Salary - £40,000 to £45,000 per annum

Hours and Days - 8:30am to 4:30pm. Monday to Friday

Purpose of the role

To be primarily responsible for an allocated 'hub' of the organisation working directly with the Hub Manager and the managers of our services on a diverse range of Human Resources issues ensuring the provision of proactive, professional, and comprehensive Human Resources service

Work as part of an integrated Human Resources team, positioned to strengthen the organisation for the future through its ability to attract, retain, motivate and develop high quality people to deliver their services

Human Resources Duties

To be primarily responsible within an identified area for engaging and influencing managers in the interpretation and implementation of Human Resources related policies, procedures and people plan in support of their operational objectives

Advise and coach managers on employee relations matters, ensuring best practice implementation of policy, procedures, processes and employment legislation.

Contribute to the improvement of people management across the organisation, increasing local autonomy and decision-making within the framework.

Support managers in managing sickness absence effectively and within agreed targets, advising on policy, and making referrals to Occupational Health as required, whilst ensuring support for the well-being of affected individual employees.

Undertake and present as required (in conjunction with the Shared Service Team) statistical analysis of Human Resources metrics, information and data including labour turnover, recruitment lead times and workforce planning to support managers in identifying and addressing performance issues.

Ensure that staffing structures are fit for purpose and manage change management programmes as required.

Support recruitment and selection activities ensuring the effectiveness of the process and advising managers on the application of the appropriate remuneration scales ensuring adherence to policy.

Promote and support managers in ensure effective people management, including reviewing training levels, ensuring that regular staff briefings, supervision and appraisals are completed. Liaise as required with the Learning & Development team on learning & development matters.

In conjunction with the Assistant Director and/or Director of Human Resources, contribute to the development and review of people plans, policies and initiative which support the achievement of the organisational objectives

Maintain an awareness of Human Resources related issues affecting the provision of our services, such as local pay market, recruitment market and feedback to centre on a regular basis for policy consideration

To take a lead or undertake various Human Resources projects as identified in the Human Resources business plan ensuring that they are planned, budgeted, implemented and reviewed as directed by the Assistant Director of Human Resources and/or Director of Human Resources

It is essential that you have A degree or equivalent qualification in Human Resources and are a Member of the CIPD

They are looking to appoint soon so if this sounds like something you might be interested in please apply now.

If you would like to know more about the role, please contact Jamie Robinson at Future Education

  • Reference: HRNCJR2022_1657555489
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