In this newly created role, you’ll proactively partner managers within the Charity to influence and improve operational delivery while also owning and delivering projects which increase the value of people processes across the organisation.
As the HR Advisor, Generalist and Projects, you’ll use your skills and experience to provide managers with high quality HR coaching and advice on the full range of employee relations matters. You’ll provide proactive and comprehensive support to a dedicated section of the Charity on people matters such as absence management, performance and capability, disciplinary and grievance processes and organisational design.
A further key part of the role is to design and execute projects to both strengthen HR practices and increase the capacity and impact of the function. You will be delivering HR projects across a variety of areas including reward and recognition, people infrastructure, talent management and performance. Example projects include implementing an online application portal, revising the appraisal process, designing employer branding activities, creating diverse recruitment strategies and implementing talent management processes.
This is a terrific opportunity to blend your generalist experience with the delivery of projects which drive significant change and improvement in people processes at our Charity.
Attributes aligned with success in this role include being CIPD qualified, demonstrating a good standard of knowledge related to employment law, case law and HR practices combined with commercial and pragmatic solutions, sound IT skills, project delivery experience and relationship building with managers and employees.
If you have the above experience, combined with a pro-active, positive and pragmatic outlook with an approachable nature, then this could be the opportunity you are looking for.
LOROS wants to ensure that the profile of its employees reflects the diverse communities of Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland. We are an equal opportunity employer and welcome applicants from the diverse communities, we serve.
8, 9 or 10 December 2021
How to apply
Interested? For an application pack please visit www.loros.co.uk For an informal discussion contact Jackie Goss, Associate Director of People, on 0116 231 3771. Please send your completed application form, or a CV with a personal statement, to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have heard nothing further within twenty-eight days of the receipt of your application form, you may assume that your application has been unsuccessful.
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