Permanent, full time 37 hours per week, full year
The salary for this post is within the NJC pay spine range 18-20 of the Sixth Form Colleges’ pay spine for Support Staff, £28,499 - £30,406 per annum (pay award pending). Standard practice is to appoint on bottom of scale.
As the HR Advisor, you will support the Senior Director of HR in providing a professional HR service for all stakeholders, including teachers, operations staff, senior management and external agencies in line with the College’s policies, processes and employment legislation. You will join a small HR team in a busy, varied and rewarding role, supporting the full employee lifecycle.
The ideal applicant will have experience of managing complex employee relations casework, strong understanding of employment law, educated to degree level or equivalent, or have relevant HR experience and have a CIPD Associate Level 5 qualification and membership.
The closing date for this vacancy is midday on Wednesday 30th November 2022. The interview and assessment date for this post is TBC.
HNC is genuinely a supportive and welcoming place to work. We understand that happy, healthy staff are ones that can excel in their work. Working at a College can be really demanding, but we also believe that a work life balance for employees is vital. HNC is an incredibly rewarding environment where you will be part of something that transforms lives!
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Recruitment policies pertaining to staff recruitment are below:
- Recruitment of ex-offenders policy
- Equal Opportunities Policy
- Single Central Record (SCR) and Employee Vetting Protocol
- Our Data Protection Policies, including Privacy Notices
Huddersfield New College is ‘Disability Confident Leader’ employer and we are committed to fulfilling the disability provisions of the Equality Act 2010. All disabled candidates who meet the essential criteria for a post will be offered an interview and we will make all reasonable adjustments to enable you to attend the interview. We are committed to equal opportunities and safeguarding young people and an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service certificate will be required for all posts. Applications are welcomed from all sections of the community.