Senior HR Advisor
Senior HR Advisor Pickering and Beverley £29,206.32 per annum Our client has an exciting opportunity to join their HR team as a Senior HR Advisor. Reporting directly to the Head of People and Culture, the successful candidate will work closely with the operational teams to support them with their people management within the services. This could include supporting and advising the managers through performance management, grievances, disciplinaries and recruitment queries. In addition, their Senior HR Advisors support the regions through coaching, advising and completing relevant workshops on employee relations topics. The successful candidate will be given their own project portfolio that links directly to the Leadership and People Strategy. They work closely with operational teams on the development of their projects, so the successful candidate must be able to demonstrate good communication skills, team working and organisational skills as well as being able to prioritise work. The successful candidate will have a good track record of managing employee relations cases, have up to date knowledge and understanding of employment law and case law (and be able to demonstrate the application of this), be working towards chartered membership of the CIPD (or have equivalent work experience). They expect the team to be pro-active not just in the service they offer their managers but also in their approach in identifying trends and problem solving. Past experience of working within the social care, or voluntary sectors would be an advantage however, not essential. Given the geographical spread of the Trust there will be a requirement for the successful candidate to drive, therefore a full UK driving licence will be required. The successful candidate will be required to be based from any of the following regional offices in either Pickering or Beverley. However it does not mean that they will be working from their chosen office base everyday of the week. You will be required to manage their own diary and work commitments to ensure that they are responsive to their operational needs. The role is up to 37 hours per week, however, they’re happy to work flexibly with the right candidate so if 37 hours per week isn’t for you let them know and they’ll see if they can work something out that’s right for you and the Trust. As well as the salary, the successful candidate will have access to the Trust’s pension scheme, child care vouchers, above statutory holiday entitlement. The application process for this role closes on Wednesday 4th October after which telephone interviews will take place before shortlisting.