VANRATH are delighted to be working alongside our client, a well-known Public Sector organisation, with the recruitment of a Human Resources Business Partner to join their team. This role offers an immediate start, initially for 6-12 months with further extension possible.
Research, develop and implement Policies and Procedures relating to all HR activities and consult with the recognised Union accordingly.
Monitor existing Policies and Procedures and update where necessary to reflect the changing needs of the organisation and in line with current legislation and best practice guidelines.
Provide advice and assistance to staff regarding all aspects of HR policy and procedures
People Management & Development
Coordinate recruitment and selection processes to attract a highly skilled, flexible and motivated workforce to provide high quality services.
Coordination of all aspects of the employee life cycle and associated processes including induction, training, performance management, payroll and pensions.
Support the HR Manager on matters relating to employment legislation, policy and terms and conditions of employment.
Manage the delivery of effective employee and industrial relations.
Contribute to the development of a HR strategy and the delivery of objectives relating to the Business Plan and Corporate Strategy.
Contribute to the development and implementation of for staff learning and development to enhance the effectiveness of employee performance in achieving both individual and organisational goals and objectives.
Management of members of the HR team including reception and caretaking staff. Motivating and developing the team to deliver a high quality service to the organisation and to seek opportunities for continuous improvement.
Systems, Business and Organisational Development
Oversee the effective operation of HR processes relating to recruitment, payroll, attendance management and general administration.
Oversee the effective reporting of HR business information internally and externally.
Contribute to the development and delivery of structural and cultural change programs across the organisation.
The Ideal Person
Associate Level membership or higher of the Chartered Institute of personnel and Development (CIPD)
A minimum of three years' full time (or part time equivalent) demonstrable experience in a generalist HR role ensuring the effective delivery of an all-encompassing HR Function, including:
Recruitment and Selection
Provision of professional HR advice to staff and managers
Organisational development and cultural change programmes
Experience of staff management including performance and development of staff
A degree or a recognised equivalent professional qualification in Human Resources (HR)
This role offers a competitive salary of £32,328-£33,000 and an immediate start.
For further information on this vacancy, or any other Public Sector job in Belfast or wider Northern Ireland, please apply via the link below or contact Jamie Gault in the strictest confidence.
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