£39,014 - 43,349 per year
020 7820 7320
2 months ago
People and Culture Manager - Part-Time
Hours: 21 hours (3 days) per week
Salary: £39,014-£43,349 pro rata
Contract type: 12-month fixed term contract - maternity cover
The purpose of this role is to oversee and ensure the effective delivery of operational HR services to the organisation, supporting line managers and colleagues to perform well in their roles and to contribute to the charity's culture of care and anti-racism, justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion. To develop proactive learning opportunities for all staff, focusing on skills gaps and development of talent. To support and where appropriate lead strategic delivery aligned with the organisation's objectives and overarching strategy. Ensuring line managers and staff are supported and able to seek appropriate HR guidance on a wide range of issues.
- Ensure the HR operations of the charity's People and Culture team are effective and support and oversee their delivery to the organisation.
- Actively support managers to recruit cost effectively using safer recruitment techniques and provide an effective recruitment service presenting a positive impression of the organisation and attracting high quality candidates.
- Manage data collation in recruitment, using data to inform insights into our recruitment practices and inform our recruitment strategy
- Ensuring HR policies and processes are up to date, working with the Head of People and Culture to identify priorities, and supporting the People and Culture Officer and People and Culture Assistant to contribute to policy maintenance and cyclical reviews. Support the HR Policy Development Project Lead with the review and development of HR polices and practices project.
- Line manage and develop one direct report, the People and Culture Officer, ensuring they are appropriately supported to carry out their roles, and contribute to the continued development of the People and Culture team.
- Working with the Head of People and Culture and internal stakeholders, develop and embed the charity's approach to performance and talent management, including managing underperformance and talent development.
- Proven experience of successful operational HR delivery and management, in a fast-paced environment
- Proven experience of managing employee relations cases
- Proven experience of coaching line managers
- Methodical and organised, with outstanding attention to detail
- Ability to build trusting and effective relationships in a fast-paced environment
- Ability to work with diplomacy and maintain confidentiality at all times
- Ability to work flexibly and creatively, influence people in the organisation, be people centric and maintain professional boundaries
- Ability to work with conflicting and evolving priorities
- Understanding of safeguarding principles, and how they apply to staff, volunteers, young people and contractors within a charity
- Up-to-date knowledge of UK Employment Law and best practice
- Understanding of the principles of employee voice, and how it impacts HR practice in an organisation
Closing Date: 5th May,2022