HR Advisor

  • Location


  • Sector:

    Charity, Medicine

  • Salary:

    circa £35,000 per annum, pro-rata

  • Published:

    6 months ago

  • Expiry date:


  • Client:


Role overview

You will support the Director of Finance and Resources in providing a robust, comprehensive and proactive HR service across the whole organisation including the co-ordination and delivery of recruitment and selection, learning and development and staff wellbeing, the updating and interpretation of policies and procedures and advice to line managers on employee relations, pay and benefits.

HR Advisor Responsibilities:

  • Supporting managers in recruiting the right person for a role using best practice selection processes, including taking part in the interview and selection testing processes

  • Managing the on-boarding process including finalisation of contracts and arranging of induction sessions

  • Providing full support, advice, training and guidance for line managers on all matters relating to employee relations and performance, including probation, appraisals, performance issues, disciplinary and grievance procedures and absence management.

  • Creating, developing, maintaining, advising on and acting as guardian of all HR policies and procedures

  • Liaising with the Finance department on all matters relating to payroll and benefits

  • Administering any pay review, carrying out benchmarking exercises as appropriate

  • Undertaking a training needs analysis to create an L & D programme for all staff and ensuring its effective delivery

This job description is not necessarily an exhaustive list of duties but is intended to reflect a range of duties the post-holder is expected to perform. The job description will be reviewed regularly and may be changed in light of experience and in consultation with the post-holder.

HR Advisor Requirements:

  • Good first degree (2:1 preferred)

  • Part-qualified CIPD, working towards further qualifications

  • Relevant experience as an HR advisor or in a similar role, including interpretation of policies and employment law and provision of advice to line managers

  • Demonstrable track record of making improvements and introducing new initiatives to an organisation

  • Experience of managing employee communications, both on a workforce and individual basis.

  • Excellent knowledge and application of employment law

  • Excellent knowledge of best practice HR management including recruitment and selection, learning and development, staff wellbeing, employee relations, pay and benefits.

  • Ability to write and update fair, relevant and coherent HR policies

  • Experience of working within a charity is desirable but not essential


About International Society of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology (ISUOG):

The International Society of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology (ISUOG) is a highly respected professional membership organisation across 140 countries, comprised primarily of clinicians who are ultrasound experts in the field of Obstetrics and Gynecology. The Society includes Obstetricians and Gynecologists, trainees, medical doctors, scientists, sonographers, midwives and other health professionals who work to advance women’s health and well-being globally. Our mission is to improve women’s health through the provision, advancement and dissemination of the highest quality education, standards and research information around ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology. This is achieved through education and training, programmatic initiatives and advocacy.


Location: Based in London, W10 6TR, although may initially involve working from home

Job type: Part Time, Permanent, 22.5 hrs per week over 3 days

Salary: circa £35k per annum, pro-rata

Closing Date: Monday 21st September