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NB: This vacancy closed to applications on 10/08/2021.

HR Manager - Temporary

Job Reference: J12-42963

Employer:
NHS Professionals - Non-Clinical
Department:
Human Resources
Location:
Sheffield
Salary:
20.91

Monday – Friday with flexible hours between 8:30-6pm

Band 7 £20.91ph

This temporary placement will be until March 2022

Main Duties

  • To work with the DDHROD, SHRM and Human Resources Managers to ensure that complex national HR initiatives and relevant legislative requirements are planned, implemented and embedded and best practice is promoted throughout the Trust. This includes national NHS initiatives as well as employment legislation and Trust initiatives or projects.
  • To work with the DDHROD and SHRM as required in the planning, review and development of HR strategies, processes and practices.
  • To undertake specific project work, ensuring that project outcomes are relevant, effective and delivered within defined timescales.  Project work will involve research, complex communication, consultation and/or negotiation, planning, implementation and evaluation.
  • To work with the DDHROD to facilitate organisational change and change management initiatives, and as appropriate, take the HR lead in conjunction with the relevant manager. This will include working with the relevant manager in developing communication/consultation timetables to support positive employee relations throughout the implementation of organisational change and developing effective working relationships with Staff Side representatives.
  • To operate as a team player to ensure that knowledge, information and research are shared across teams to enable the HR Directorate to develop and provide a consistently high quality, comprehensive, professional and proactive service. This will include supporting other HR Managers outside their own Divisional areas and ensuring the HR team support their colleagues across teams to deliver the workload and service required.
  • To proactively seek feedback from service users, including Divisional Managers, and be responsible for identifying and implementing HR service improvements with direction from the DDHROD. 
  • To provide highly specialist advice, support and guidance to Trust managers on all aspects of employee relations and terms and conditions of service taking into account NHS requirements/guidelines and employment law. To use professional judgement to interpret and communicate highly complex, highly sensitive or highly contentious information and situations.  To use professional judgement in the absence of guidelines, consulting with the DDHROD or SHRM, as appropriate.
  • To provide a professional and credible service to managers and employees on the implementation of Trust policies for handling a range of HR matters including disciplinary, grievance, recruitment and selection, bullying & harassment, absence management, capability and organisational change issues, taking account of statutory requirements. This includes supporting managers in the handling of highly sensitive, highly complex and challenging employment issues, ensuring a consistent approach, and supporting managers at meetings/hearings.
  • To gather and prepare appropriate paperwork for Employment Tribunal cases across the Trust as required.
  • To design and deliver specialist training initiatives within designated areas aimed at ensuring human resource policies and procedures are fully understood and implemented across the Trust, with the aim of improving the HR capability of operational managers.
  • To line manage a HR team within the HR Directorate in line with HR policies and procedures, ensuring that Personal Development Reviews are undertaken, objectives are set and development needs are addressed.
  • To work with the DDHROD, SHRM and Human Resources Managers to ensure that complex national HR initiatives and relevant legislative requirements are planned, implemented and embedded and best practice is promoted throughout the Trust. This includes national NHS initiatives as well as employment legislation and Trust initiatives or projects.
  • To work with the DDHROD and SHRM as required in the planning, review and development of HR strategies, processes and practices.
  • To work with the DDHROD to develop HR policies and procedures, in liaison with Staff Side, managers and other stakeholders, and take the lead in specific policy review and development as allocated by the DDHROD. This will involve interpreting changing legislation and developing policies in line with and best practice, and devising communications plans for the implementation of policies in conjunction with the DDHROD/SHRM.
  • To undertake specific project work, ensuring that project outcomes are relevant, effective and delivered within defined timescales.  Project work will involve research, complex communication, consultation and/or negotiation, planning, implementation and evaluation.
  • To work with the DDHROD to facilitate organisational change and change management initiatives, and as appropriate, take the HR lead in conjunction with the relevant manager. This will include working with the relevant manager in developing communication/consultation timetables to support positive employee relations throughout the implementation of organisational change and developing effective working relationships with Staff Side representatives.
  • To operate as a team player to ensure that knowledge, information and research are shared across teams to enable the HR Directorate to develop and provide a consistently high quality, comprehensive, professional and proactive service. This will include supporting other HR Managers outside their own Divisional areas and ensuring the HR team support their colleagues across teams to deliver the workload and service required.
  • To proactively seek feedback from service users, including Divisional Managers, and be responsible for identifying and implementing HR service improvements with direction from the DDHROD. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




Please note that you will be contacted via e-mail throughout the recruitment process, so please check your e-mails regularly.

We regret we cannot contact everyone who is not selected for an interview, therefore if you do not hear from us within 21 days after submitting your application, please assume you have not been successful on this occasion.

Successful applicants will be contacted after the closing date.



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