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HR Manager

HR Manager (part time - fixed term 6 month maternity cover) - Kingston upon Thames

Salary: Full time salary £41,738.00, will be prorated dependant on hours (as below)

Hours: part time - 24-28 hours per week, can work these over 4 or 5 days

Start date: end of July (ideally) to enable a handover period


Our Client is an award-winning housing association.

They hold charitable status and support both rural and urban communities by providing affordable and environmentally sustainable homes for local people.

They are now looking for a HR Manager (fixed term - 6 months maternity cover).

Role Purpose:

To manage all aspects of human resources functions fairly and consistently and to a high standard following best practice including: employee relations, recruitment, retention, development, training and performance, HR policy, employee safety and wellbeing.

To provide a proactive, responsive and professional HR service enabling all managers to take full responsibility for employee management.

Key Accountability of the Role:

Employee Relations

? Support the Head of HR & OD in the development and implementation of the HR Service Plan to ensure it supports delivery of the Corporate Plan
? Develop, monitor and review HR policies procedures and practices in line with changes to employment legislation, and provide advice and guidance to all employees on their implementation and application
? Advise and support managers on all employee relations matters to ensure issues are managed swiftly and early on.
? Work with the Head of HR & OD to continuously improve employee relations across the organisation using relevant consultation and regular attendance at Staff Panel meetings
? Recruitment, Selection & Retention
? With managers, plan for future staff requirements in line with the Corporate Plan
? Manage all stages of the recruitment and selection processes within budget, ensuring our Client's policies, best practice and statutory r