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HR Manager

  • Location:

    Liverpool, Merseyside

  • Sector:

    Human Resources

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  • Published:

    5 months ago

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Job Description

HR Manager - Must be available for telephone interview on Wednesday 26th August.

Band 7 - Pay rate to be confirmed

Full time hours

6 months fixed term contract

Key responsibilities:

Lead a comprehensive and professional expert HR advisory and resolution
service within an identified division, directorate or service, in the areas of:

- Performance Management
- Recruitment and Resourcing
- Employment Relations
- Terms and Conditions of Service
- Employment Law
- Management of Change

Assess and advise all options on complex HR issues and identify the best
course of action.

To ensure the effective communication, implementation and delivery of HR
strategy and policy within the Divisions/Directorates of the Trust.

To continually interpret employment legislation, case law and best practice to
advise managers on appropriate action to take on disciplinary, grievance,
sickness and performance issues, in accordance with Trust policies and procedures.

To advise and support Directors and Managers on all aspects of
organisational change and future service delivery including restructuring,
redeployment, retirement and redundancy, and changes to contracts of
individual members of staff in line with best practice.

To advise on national and local terms and conditions of employment.

To develop and implement HR policies.

To design, prepare and deliver training sessions for managers and staff on
HR practices and policies.

Authorised signatory for pay issues including termination of contracts and
compromise agreements.

Ensure transactional tasks in relation to commencement, termination and
change of contracts are delivered accurately and timely by HR admin staff.

To work with Managers on workforce planning and service redesign.

To lead on specific projects, researching and making proposals for the
implementation of best HR practice.

To maintain an area of specialist expertise and lead on developments as

Support managers in the recruitment and selection of quality staff, ensuring
adherence to Trust HR Policies and Procedures, current employment
legislation and national NHS initiatives.

According to best practice, provide advice to managers in facilitating good
employment relations within their teams, and the handling of conflict.

Work effectively with staff side colleagues on operational business, thus
providing sustained support for the Trust Partnership Agreement.

Ensure the principles and objectives inherent in related NHS initiatives are
cascaded and championed within directorates/services, including: Agenda for
Change, Health & Wellbeing, the Electronic Staff Record, and HR in the NHS

Significantly contribute to the on going development of the HR Services

Prepare and provide workforce reports and statistical data to Directors and
Managers, or external agencies when required.

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