HR Advisor (Part Time)

This is a part time (4 days per week) role. You will be responsible for managing employee relation issues, providing creative problem-solving, and managing special projects. The Senior HR Adviser will support and manage HR initiatives such as workforce planning, capability building, talent, staff engagement and change management.Client DetailsHousing association based in south London.DescriptionEmployee Relations * Extensive knowledge and expertise in HR & Employment law.* Support, guide, and coach operational managers on a range of employee related matters including disciplinary and grievance, performance management, probationary reviews, organisational change, sickness and absence, and attend formal meetings as note taker.* Ensure staffing matters are handled promptly, fairly, and consistently in line with the policies and procedures.Policies and Procedures* Lead the proactive development of all appropriate employee related policies, working collaboratively with the HR Adviser and drive continuous improvement of HR processes and services, ensuring these are in line with current legislation.Recruitment * Manage the recruitment and selection process, from start to finish, in line with policies and procedures with support from the HR Adviser.* Produce quarterly recruitment reports for the HR & Remuneration Committee meetings.* Oversee effective retention initiatives across the organisation.Management and personal development* Coach, manage, and develop the junior HR Adviser by effectively undertaking one-to-one meetings, performance appraisals, personal development plans, sickness absence reviews and other management activities as required, on a timely basis.* Ensure that training and development needs are identified within the team, to assist in the provision and arrangement of training and monitor its effectiveness.* Manage own continuous professional development utilising available learning resources and opportunities and own personal networks.ProfileTo be considered for this role you must have excellent knowledge of current employment legislation and ability to translate this into workplace practices.A clear understanding of HR services and its contribution to the organisationProven ability to diagnose HR issues and to recommend and deliver appropriate strategies and innovative solutions.You must have demonstrable hands-on senior HR advisory experience, in a similar role, providing staff with advice and supporting managers in all aspects of HR. Experience of managing at least one person is also essentialJob OfferThis is a permanent role paying £40,000 (FTE)