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NB: This vacancy closed to applications on 04/08/2021.

HR Advisor

Job Reference: 896-GM2021-74

Employer:
NHS Manchester CCG
Department:
Workforce
Location:
Greater Manchester Health & Social Care Partnership, Piccadilly Place, Manchester
Salary:
£24,907 - £30,615 pro rata

Be part of transforming Greater Manchester. In April 2016 Greater Manchester Health and Social Partnership, took charge of a £6bn devolved health and social care budget - putting power into the hands of local decision-makers. Our visionis“to deliver the greatest and fastest possible improvement to the health and wellbeing of the 2.8 million people of Greater Manchester (GM)”


2021/22 will be a year of significant transition across the Greater Manchester Health and Care system as we continue our devolution journey and collectively implement the Government White Paper, “Integration and Innovation: working together to improve health and social care for all” through which we will formalise our long running integrated care system partnership arrangements within the new NHS ICS organisation.

This work will be delivered against the backdrop of the ongoing challenge of COVID-19, the recovery from the pandemic and the underlying financial challenges that the GM health and care system faces with recurrent expenditure levels still higher than the collective funding we all receive.

HR Advisor – 22.5 hours per week

Our partnership team, approximately 300 strong,is a blend of staff from across multiple employing organisations which makes our HR&OD service delivery an interesting and unique experience working between and across a range of employment policies and procedures.

To cover a maternity leave period to 31st March 2022 in the first instance, we are looking to appoint an experienced HR professional who can engage comfortably across multiple systems as well as with managers, employees, staff representatives, HR, OD and Workforce colleagues. In addition to your HR qualification, you will ideally have public sector HR experience including job evaluation, recruitment, strong Microsoft Office skills and be comfortable to support first line operational staffing queries as may be required.

Particular areas where you will need to practice your data, research and analytical skills include supporting risk assessments and their evaluation, supporting staff transfers in to the new statutory NHS ICS organisation (e.g. due diligence) as well as supporting our people plan actions and subgroups and our ongoing ‘business as usual’ activities.

Given the nature and role of the workforce directorate, there may be a requirement to react quickly to other influences and events and support other members of the directorate as required.

This opportunity is available at 22.5 hours per week (pattern open to discussion) for the period to 31st March 2022 in the first instance and would particularly suit a secondment opportunity– please ensure before applying that your current organisation would support this. We are happy to support remote working as we progress our return to some office working based from the Partnership’s main office in central Manchester which benefits from excellent public transport access.

Given the short-term nature of the post, the successful candidate will need to be available to start with almost immediate effect.

Informal conversations are welcome; please contact Jenny Williams at jenny.williams4@nhs.net

Selection process to take place week commencing 16th August 21

This is a Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership post. Manchester CCG or Greater Manchester Combined Authority will host the employment of this post on behalf of the Greater Manchester Health & Social Care Partnership (GMHSCP).

If you require the application in an alternative format please contact Hrtransactions.manchester@nhs.net

MCCG welcome applicants from all backgrounds and communities, and we particularly welcome applicants who are currently under represented in our workforce. This includes but is not limited to Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic candidates and disabled candidates.





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