Temporary HR Advisor

Job Description

Temporary HR Advisor
Looking for your HR ? This is a great opportunity to gain experience in the public sector on a contract basis.
What's in it for you?

  • Competitive salary up to £32,880
  • Hybrid working supported
  • Opportunity to work independently
  • Belfast Location

About your next employer
An independent organisation who investigate unresolved complaints about public bodies in Northern Ireland without involving the courts.
They can also investigate where they think there might be systemic service failures, even if they haven't received a complaint.
About you

  • Hold a current professional membership of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development at Associate member (Assoc CIPD).
  • Minimum of3years' general experience in at least 3 of the following areas;
      • Providing HR support and advice to management;
      • Developing and implementing HR Policies & Procedures;
      • Recruitment and selection;
      • Training planning and organisational development

  • Demonstrable knowledge of employment legislation in NI.
  • Organisational and planning skills to work under pressure to tight timescales and manage competing work priorities;
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills, with the ability to capture all important facts and opinions in drafting reports and policy documents and to draw evidence-based conclusions and make appropriate recommendations to management;
  • Ability to work as part of a team and contribute to an environment of continuous improvement;
  • Ability to exercise sound judgement and impartiality.

What you'll do

  • Further development and implementation of a HR Strategy which will support the achievement of the Business Plan and enable the achievement of objectives and targets;
  • Provision of timely advice and guidance on HR and related employment law issues to management as required;

  • Review, development and implementation of HR policies and procedures as required and in line with any changes in the legislation;
  • Ensuring the organisation is 'future proofed' through effective succession and workforce planning;
  • Provision of high-quality recruitment, selection and induction of employees to the organisation in a timely and cost effective manner;
  • Liaison with external payroll provider (HR Connect) on payroll and pension related matters;
  • Development, implementation, monitoring and review of an efficient and effective performance management framework which will promote continuous improvement and supports management and staff in the achievement of targets and objectives;
  • Development of a learning and organisational development plan which will address agreed learning and development needs of staff within budgetary constraints and requirements;
  • Promote, develop and maintain an effective and positive employee relations culture that supports agreed change and development;
  • Play a leading role in the established engagement processes with employee representatives and recognised trade unions;
  • Establish and maintain appropriate systems to enable the effective monitoring of the HR function;

For further information on this job, or any other HR job in Belfast or Northern Ireland, apply via the link below or contact Emma Hall for a confidential chat today.