HR Business Partner – Herts for Learning
Band 5 - £38,000 - £41,000 per annum pro-rata + bonus and competitive pension
April 21, 2022
Contract: Initial 12 months fixed term contract / internal secondment with possibility of permanent appointment thereafter.
Hours: Contracted hours between 30 – 37 hours per week depending on the candidate. We will consider applicants working either 40 weeks per year (Term Time Only + 2 weeks) or 52 weeks per year.
Salary: Band 5 – £38,000 – £41,000 per annum pro-rata + bonus and competitive pension
Location: Remote working with flexibility required to work across educational settings in Hertfordshire and neighbouring counties, with occasional visits to our Head Office in Stevenage, Hertfordshire, up to 2 days per week.
An exciting opportunity has arisen within our HR & Recruitment Services Team for a HR Business Partner to support the development and delivery of bespoke and strategic support services to our academy and Multi-Academy Trust customers
As HR Business Partner, you will work to establish credibility and grow our relationships and opportunity pipeline with academy and trust customers and partner with them at a strategic level to support the development implementation of HR strategies and programmes to meet their needs. You will also have experience working in across a range of complex HR projects such as change management, restructuring and redundancy, TUPE, leadership development, talent management and organisational design and development.
This role requires a pragmatic thinker who is able to build trusted partnerships with executive or organisation leading stakeholders, create opportunities for service development and support us to enhance our service offer to meet the evolving needs of this customer base.
Our ‘working from anywhere’ approach provides colleagues the opportunity to work flexibly in line with their role requirements. This consists of remote working with flexibility required to work across educational settings in Hertfordshire and neighbouring counties, with occasional visits to our Head Office in Stevenage, Hertfordshire, up to 2 days per week.
The ability to reach different locations by car will be essential for this role. If you drive, then a full driving licence and appropriate car insurance will be required. As there is a permanent home working element to this role, you will need to ensure you are equipped for home working.
For an informal discussion regarding the role, please contact Chris Brown on 01438 544463 or at firstname.lastname@example.org, and provide your mobile no. so a mutually convenient time can be arranged to discuss the role.
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We would love to hear from you.
Closing Date: 21st April 2022
*Interview Date: 29th April 2022
*Please note that the interviews may take place in person or remotely.
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