about 2 months ago
Reporting to the Managing Director you will be part of a close knit team of both permanent and self employed clinical professionals across the UK. This is a part time role working 15 - 18 hours a week to start in April 2021.
Main Duties / Responsibilities
You will be responsible for:
Supporting the Directors and the Senior Management team by continually helping to develop and implement the appropriate reward, recognition, development and performance management strategies to support the businesses strategic plans.
Providing regular communication to employees on HR policies and updates. Ensuring that managers and team members are aware of the policies and procedures and able to operate them effectively.
Supporting the payroll process by overseeing and ensuring that attendance and absence information has been reviewed thoroughly and the provision of accurate payroll information to the Finance team.
Monitoring and reviewing the system of performance appraisal and continually developing as necessary. Where needed manage any Employee relations issues that arise.
You will need to ensure that the company’s approach to people management continues to reflect the culture and behaviours and monitor HR trends, updating the Directors and Senior Management team on Key Performance indicators.
You will be responsible for taking the lead on all recruitment activities including building job specifications, managing recruitment sources, building a professional network across the UK by a variety of sources. Interviewing candidates, but also maintaining contact as the majority of contractors are self employed, so relationship building is a key part of the is process.
Overseeing and at times managing the new starter and leaver processes: including issuing all forms and contracts and conducting exit interviews for all employees.
In line with the company people strategy you will be responsible for developing the learning and development programme for different levels of the team and maintaining a central training record which facilitates the regular review of training progress. Alongside this you will coach and mentor managers to develop their own line management capabilities. This will include training on appraisals, conducting performance reviews and developing training plans.
HR Manager - About you
·Candidates should be CIPD level 5 qualified or equivalent and have a strong knowledge of UK employment law
·Experience of supporting change management processes
·Ability to think quickly through complex or competing issues to reach workable plans; give credible advice and meet required deadlines and work accurately and efficiently
·Ability to move seamlessly from detail level work to higher level strategic thinking
·You must have solid generalist experience as an HR Manager (or equivalent) ideally within the SME sector. Experience of operating within a professional or consultancy environment would be beneficial
For further information please get in touch with Jacqui Wall
Role: Part time HR Manager
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Nottingham, Nottinghamshire,
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