You will support the Director of Finance and Resources in providing a robust, comprehensive and proactive HR service across the whole organisation including the co-ordination and delivery of recruitment and selection, learning and development and staff wellbeing, the updating and interpretation of policies and procedures and advice to line managers on employee relations, pay and benefits.

Job Description: HR Advisor

Responsible to: Director of Finance and Resources  

Staff liaisons: SMT and line managers

Status: Part-time, three days (22.5 hours) per week

Location: ISUOG, 122 Freston Road, London W10 6TR and / or working remotely from home due to Covid-19 precautions

Salary: c. £35,000 pro rata

Deadline for applications: 21st September 2020


Job purpose

You will support the Director of Finance and Resources in providing a robust, comprehensive and proactive HR service across the whole organisation including the co-ordination and delivery of recruitment and selection, learning and development and staff wellbeing, the updating and interpretation of policies and procedures and advice to line managers on employee relations, pay and benefits.


Main duties and responsibilities

Coordination of the recruitment and selection process

  • Supporting managers in recruiting the right person for a role using best practice selection processes, including placing adverts, screening and shortlisting candidates
  • Taking part in the interview process and selection testing process, providing feedback to managers
  • Managing the on-boarding process including finalisation of contracts and arranging of induction sessions

 

Employee relations

  • Providing full support, advice and guidance for line managers on all matters relating to employee relations, in line with ISUOG’s policies and procedures
  • Providing full support, advice and guidance to line managers on all matters relating to employee performance and capability, including probation, appraisals, performance issues, disciplinary and grievance procedures and absence management.

 

Policies and procedures

  • Creating, developing, maintaining, advising on and being the guardian of all HR policies and procedures
  • Updating and developing the Employee Handbook
  • Ensuring effective communication of policies and procedures to all line managers and employees
  • Ensuring the fair and consistent application of these policies and procedures throughout the organisation.
     

Pay and benefits

  • Liaising with the Finance department to ensure payroll is completed accurately and on time each month and that salary payments are made on time
  • Administering any pay review, carrying out benchmarking exercises as appropriate
  • Monitoring, publicising and ensuring correct implementation of ISUOG’s employee benefits including its pension scheme
  • Considering and suggesting further employee benefits to incentivise or reward staff and / or enhance staff wellbeing.

 

Learning and development

  • Undertaking a training needs analysis to create an L & D programme for all staff
  • Ensuring effective delivery of the above programme
  • Monitoring and evaluating the above programme in order to inform future training requirements.

 

Staff Wellbeing

  • With particular reference to ISUOG’s Wellbeing policy, acting as lead on all wellbeing and mental health issues, including training for line managers

 

Other

  • Liaising with ISUOG’s external HR consultants for specialist advice when necessary
  • Maintaining and managing the online HR database and resource, ensuring the data is accurate, building trust in the system so it is a reliable resource for all employees.

 

General

  • Compliance with ISUOG policies
  • Development of positive relationships with stakeholders
  • Performance of other duties as necessary to meet the needs of the organisation
  • Commitment to the organisation’s aims and values.

 

Download the role description and person specification here
 

 

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