Job Role: HR Advisor (scale 2)
We are recruiting a HR Advisor (scale 2) for our public service client based in Belfast.
To support the HR Manager to ensure effective and efficient delivery of the relevant* service.
To contribute as an integral member of the HR team to the provision of a modern, professional and responsive HR service to support the vision and mission of our client as outlined below:
Location - Lisburn
Hours of Work - 36.25 hours per week. Mon - Fri (9:00am -5:00 pm) & (10am- 6pm)
Monday - Friday, with standby 1 in 4 weeks
Salary - £16.11 per hour
KEY DUTIES / RESPONSIBILITIES
- To support the HR Manager to ensure effective and efficient service delivery.
- To provide an advisory service to Directors, managers, and employees regarding a range of HR matters.
- To ensure that HR Standard Operating Procedures are completed and periodically reviewed.
- To ensure effective working relationships with employees across the HR Directorate.
- To develop and deliver suitable training for all levels of our client’s employees on a range of HR related polices and procedures and to regularly review and update training content and materials.
- To participate in discipline, grievance or dignity at work investigations as and when required.
Experience and qualifications Essential
Applicants must provide evidence by the closing date for application that they meet the following essential criteria:
Possess a degree level qualification
Have current professional membership of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) at Associate level (Assoc CIPD) or above
Have at least two years’ experience of working in a Human Resources or Learning & Development role.
Possess a degree level qualification and
Be working towards achieving professional membership of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD)
Have at least four years’ experience of working in a Human Resources or Learning & Development role.
2. Experience providing professional HR advice on human resources matters to a senior level within the organisation.
3. A sound understanding of current employment legislation.
4. Can demonstrate:
(a) excellent planning and organisational skills;
(b) ability to produce accurate work;
(c) excellent communication skills (both oral and written) and the ability to advise senior management;
(d) a strong customer orientation.
5. Ability to develop and deliver training sessions effectively.
6. Ability to produce reports on Human Resources management information.
7. Possess a full, current UK driving licence or have access to a form of transport which enables them to fulfil the full requirements of the job.
1. Experience working within local government or the public sector.
2. Experience reviewing and improving HR processes and working practices.