Human Resources Employee Relations Officer
Human Resources Employee Relations Officer £24,489 - £26,108 per annum Indefinite contract 37 hours per week Swindon College is seeking to recruit a Human Resources Employee Relations Officer to join and oversee our team and provide a generalist Human Resources service to the College. Duties include providing day to day guidance and advice to the Human Resources team, Managers and College staff and have the ability to communicate and interpret policies and procedures effectively. In your role you will advise College Managers on all aspects of employee relations including occupational health, sickness management, absenteeism, discipline, grievance and capability as well as providing appropriate support at meetings, interviews and hearings. You will produce reports from internal data as required on specific areas of employment and assist in the development and implementation of Human Resource policies. Key Roles & Accountabilities: • Contribute to the development and implementation of a Human Resources strategy. • Provide comprehensive professional advice and support on Human Resources matters and policies to all managers and staff in the College. • Advise College managers on aspects of Human Resources management including occupational health, discipline, grievance and appointments and provide appropriate support at meetings, interviews and hearings. • Assist in the development, implementation, monitoring and review of Human Resources policies across the College. • Ensure that the College has up to date contractual arrangements that allow flexibility of deployment of staffing resources in the College. • Ensure that the College Human Resources administration systems and procedures support the objectives of the College. • To take a lead role in sickness management, working with the College Occupational Health Advisors. • Manage and advise all staff on wellbeing aspects. Monitor and refresh the wellbeing portal on a regular basis. • Collate and analyse internal data and produce reports as required to inform staff planning and management. • Assist with the effective implementation of Human Resources information systems, including data protection and data utilisation. • Obtain information from appropriate organisations such as the Association of Colleges, the Learning and Skills Council and legal services as required. The successful candidate should have previous experience in this role or a similar role with a strong understanding of IT packages and database systems. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills are also essential. Holding Level 2 (or equivalent) qualifications in Maths and English will be an essential requirement for this role (or commit to gaining within 24 months). CPP/ CIPD qualified is an essential requirement as well as a strong understanding and up to date knowledge of employment law. Closing date: 31st July 2012 Interviews to be held: 8th August 2012 To apply for this role please forward you CV to email@example.com
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