University of Worcester Worcester, Worcester, UK
Feb 23, 2018Full time
Job Title: HR Manager (HR Operations) Salary: Band 7, £32,547 - £36,613 pa, with the opportunity to progress to £39,993 pa Responsible to: Deputy HR Director Responsible for: HR Administrators (HR Operations) University of Worcester: The University of Worcester is a committed to providing excellent education. High standards, inspirational teaching and extensive opportunities for student participation combine to enable individual students to flourish. The University is high achieving in graduate employment and was shortlisted for the University of the Year Awards by Times Higher Education in 2016. With over 10,000 students, and more than 1,100 staff members, the University has an excellent track record of sustained financial performance and strategic investment in high quality, innovative facilities. With a national reputation as a friendly, truly inclusive university, both students and staff feel genuinely empowered, inspired and encouraged to grow personally and professionally. The HR department plays a key role in supporting the University's strategic aims and in the University achieving its mission to be 'an outstanding university at which to be a member of staff'. Overview of post: As HR Manager (HR Operations), you will lead and manage the HR Operations team and provide a high quality, responsive HR service to staff and managers. You will offer guidance to managers on a wide range of issues relating to contracts and terms and conditions of employment, ensuring policies and procedures are applied fairly and consistently, as well as play an active role in the development of a new HR/Payroll system. Key duties: Guide and advise managers on procedural and legal aspects of contracts and terms and conditions of employment, working closely with the HR Business Partners when appropriate. Manage, coach and support the HR Administrators (HR Operations), helping to develop skills and knowledge across the team. Play a key role in the implementation and development of the HR/Payroll system, identifying process improvement and driving efficiencies. Oversee, record, collate and monitor accurate HR information, complying with relevant legislation and best practice. Be responsible for the accurate and timely compilation and submission of statutory returns in relation to HESA, FOI and other audits as required. Play a pro-active role in developing the HR Operations service and its role in the department, and lead on key HR projects as directed by the Deputy Director of HR. Person Specification: CIPD qualified (Level 7) with at least 2 years' experience of a HR role in a large organisation. Experience of working with a wide range of employment contracts and terms and conditions of employment Experience of managing a HR function or team and coaching others. A good understanding of HR/Payroll system processes and the use of HR reporting tools. Competence in ICT and the ability to accurately enter and manipulate data. Strong attention to detail with the ability to prioritise and plan in the short and long term. Although previous experience in the higher education sector is desirable and not a pre-requisite, s/he must be able to demonstrate commitment to the values of higher education. Please note all third party and direct applications will be sent to our retained consultants at Hudson Closing date for applications is 18 th February 2018. Please note you will receive an automated response advising you that we have received your CV. Hudson is a leading provider of permanent recruitment, contract professionals and talent management solutions worldwide. We are committed to ensuring that all job applicants are treated equally, without discrimination because of gender, sexual orientation, marital or civil partner status, gender reassignment, race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, religion or belief, disability or age.