Lead HR Advisor x2 6m FTC (Projects)Reference Number:
Closing Date: 2021-02-24
Location: Temporarily home based, normal office base Sidcup, Kent with regular travel to our other offices
Salary: Competitive plus car allowance *
Please apply online at https://eur03.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Flqgroup.engageats.co.uk%2FVacancies%2FJ%2F4125%2F738%2F288390%2F20678%2Flead-hr-advisor-x2-6m-ftc-projects&data=04%7C01%7Crgharris%40lqgroup.org.uk%7C582fbfa3c478402d376408d8cdddc190%7C98d94a17168648bdb71287295b8149d5%7C0%7C0%7C637485699620604510%7CUnknown%7CTWFpbGZsb3d8eyJWIjoiMC4wLjAwMDAiLCJQIjoiV2luMzIiLCJBTiI6Ik1haWwiLCJXVCI6Mn0%3D%7C1000&sdata=OLCABF3f4WGhakjv%2BLrZtKjNvNwIOmdUseWUI4usTVk%3D&reserved=0 1 x Lead HR Advisor (Projects) – Strategy & Operations 1 x Lead HR Advisor (Projects) – Development, HR, PRS & Care & Support We are looking for an experienced Lead HR Advisor who has proven track record of leading on restructuring and TUPE. Reporting to the HR Business Partner you will manage the HR Advisors and HR Assistants in supporting the delivery of the HR service partnering people managers across your designated business area. The Lead HR Advisor will coordinate the advice and guidance to maximise people management performance, minimise any disputes and ensuring that ER case work is successfully managed across the business area. You will have a proactive and highly professional approach with drive and enthusiasm to champion the service and the way we deliver to our stakeholders. The role will include the following accountabilities: · Proactively assist, advise, support and coach people managers in relation to employment law employee relations and performance management issues, acting as lead casework advisor. · Produce and analyse management information relating to staff turnover, sickness absence etc. · Support to the wider HR Team to achieve its objective in relation to the directorates business plan and other related projects for which some project management experience would be an advantage · Support business partners with change where appropriate and lead on required projects including restructures · Management of HR advisors and HR Assistants · Managing the payroll for the business area ensuring 100% accuracy An important aspect of this role will be to work with the HR Team to ensure that people capabilities are developed in order to deliver strategic goals and objectives across the business. You must be CIPD level 5 qualified for this role and have experience dealing with leading on restructure and TUPE as well as complex case work in a multi-site, diverse operation. Experience of working within the Care sector would be desirable. This role is based at our Sidcup office however you will be expected to require to other offices within the group as determined by business need. Therefore, it is essential that you are able to legally drive in the UK and have access to a vehicle on a daily basis. If you believe you have the qualities we are after and are interested in working for an organisation that can really make a difference to people’s lives, then please apply without delay. *ECU Allowance is paid in accordance with requirements of the relevant policy as updated from time to time. COVID 19: The safety of our staff and our candidates is of the utmost importance. Every effort will be taken to ensure that safe ways of working are adopted throughout the Recruitment and Selection process. We are introducing extra precautions in line with UK Government Guidelines. Our recruitment processes will follow social distancing and COVID-19 Secure requirements. This will include the use of various technologies to support the interview process. Should candidates have any questions regarding this, or if you require additional support please let us know at the interview planning stage. Our commitments:
As a charitable organisation, our role goes beyond providing homes and housing services. We are a long-term partner in the neighbourhoods where we work. We hope to build aspiration, opportunity and confidence in our communities through our £250 million L&Q Foundation and our skills academy.In response to the housing and affordability crisis, we will build 100,000 new homes over ten years. Of these, 60,000 homes will be built or funded by L&Q, whilst a further 40,000 will come through partnerships. Crucially, at least 50% of these new homes will be genuinely affordable, with a target of 60% in London. Our vision is that everyone has a quality home they can afford, and we combine our social purpose with commercial drive to create homes and neighbourhoods everyone can be proud of.