• HR Manager
  • Permanent
  • London
  • Up to £45000 per annum USD / YEAR
  • Salary: Up to £45000 per annum
  • Consultant: Tatiana Ambrose
  • Contact Number: 020 7939 7439
  • Expiry Date: 2022-08-16

HR Manager – King’s College Hospital Charity, London

Are you a values-driven and visionary leader specialising in Human Resource Management?

Why is this role so special?

This is an exciting and challenging opportunity for the right person to work within a small team of professionals to shape and develop the corporate culture of KCHC based around the agreed purpose and values and provide a framework of clear accountabilities and decision making, as well as focusing on training and development policy.

You will be responsible for providing support, leadership and oversight of all Human Resources activities for the charity including employee relations, benefits, recruiting, performance management, organisational development and compliance. Ensuring all HR systems and key policies are in place and comply with employment law and governance requirements

Salary: £45,000 per annum FTE

Based: London, hybrid working, with 1 day per week in office, flexible working

Permanent role; open to flexible working

Full time (37.5 hours) or part time, 5 or 3 days per week (negotiable)

About the organisation:

They are dedicated to supporting life-changing care at King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. King’s patients are at the heart of everything that they do. They make the best care for patients possible by raising money for cutting edge equipment and facilities, supporting their staff, innovative research and pioneering treatment.

Their values are at the heart of everything they do, therefore alignment to these values is essential:

Caring & Supportive, Ambitious, Innovative & Creative, Collaborative & Integrity

About the role:

  • Leadership of the HR function
  • Maintain and develop HR systems, policies and guidelines, including the embedding of the evolving organisation values.
  • Ensure legal compliance is met in all HR activities
  • Support recruitment processes, including interviewing, on-boarding and off-boarding
  • Give advice and oversee employee relations issues such as grievance and disciplinary cases and manage difficult cases with professionalism. This includes responsibility for supporting senior managers in effective and positive consultation and negotiation in accordance with agreed policies, procedures and legal requirement
  • Prepare, monitor and control budgets for Human Resources
  • Steer the performance management process, supporting and coaching all employees
  • Assist managers with coaching, corrective actions, improvement plans, goal setting, performance reviews, and salary recommendations
  • Co-ordinate remuneration & benefits policies and advise senior management on staff remuneration packages in reference to external benchmarks.
  • Support the Directors in developing organisational development processes
  • Support the establishment of a consistent people centred and values based approach to staff management

About the person:

You’re CIPD qualified (minimum to Level 5) with evidence of continuous professional development, good knowledge of employment regulations, solid employment law knowledge and proven experience of applying updated legislation to a variety of HR situations.

You have significant experience of supporting values led process, recruitment, organisational development, management, remuneration & benefits, and employee relations. As well as experience in managing staff performance issues and experience of coaching managers through this and leading where necessary.

If you are excited by this unique role as we are, please send a copy of your profile or CV to Tatiana Ambrose at Charity People for more information on how to apply.

Closing date: Tuesday 16th August

Charity People actively promotes equality, diversity, and inclusion. We match charity needs with skills and experience of candidates, irrespective of age, disability (including hidden disabilities), gender, gender identity or gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, or sexual orientation. We want to do this because we know greater diversity will lead to even greater results for the charities we work with.

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